1946-1948 USAAF-USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised March 17, 2014




			- 1946- 

46-1		G & A (Firestone) XR-9B
			Redesignated XH-9B in 1948.  On display at Fort Rucker, AL
46-2/5		Boeing B-50A-1-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15722/15725
			2 used as mothership for X-9 program
			3 crashed into Bush River near Edgewood Nov 1952.  4 crew killed.
46-6/15		Boeing B-50A-5-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15726/15735
			6 was carrier for X-1. Destroyed on Nov 9, 1951
				after landing with X-1 46-064.  X-1 fuel tank exploded
				due to problem with gaskets in fuel tank. 
			10 was *Lucky Lady II*, which made first nonstop 
				flight around the world Feb 26-March 2, 1949.  Fuselage is
				preserved in outside storage at Planes of Fame Museum, 
				Chino, CA.
			11 used as carrier aircraft for X-2.  Permanently grounded after loss of X-2 46-675 May 12, 1953,
				presumably due to damage to the carrier.
			15 converted to TB-50A
46-16/25	Boeing B-50A-10-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15736/15745
			20 w/o Mar 23, 190 22 mi NNE of Sentinel, USA
			21 crashlanded in Choctawhatchee Bay, FL Jan 5, 1950, killing 2 of the 11 crew.
			22 damaged Apr 10, 1950 at Lakenheath, UK.
46-26/35	Boeing B-50A-15-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15746/15755
46-36/45	Boeing B-50A-20-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15756/15765
			36 used as J57 testbed
			40 (43rd BG, 64th BS) suffered loss of propeller on #3 engine 15 min after takeoff
				from Davis-Monthan AFB, and engine vibrated
				loose from its mounts and struck the forward fuselage/bomb bay, and the wing and
				forward fuselage caught fire Jul 13, 1950.  Four crewmembers in rear fuselage killed in crash,
				rest parachuted to safety.
46-46/60	Boeing B-50A-25-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15766/15780
			47 (43rd BG, 63rd BS) crshed Nov 16 1950 53 mi W of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ after midair
				collision with KB-29 44-70024.  7 of 13 crew killed.
			49 (43rd BW, 63rd BS) collided with B-50A 47-101 Jul 17, 1953 and crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB.
				4 parachuted to safety, one killed in parachute attempt, 7 were were unable to bail out and
				were killed when plane crashed.  47-101 landed safely.
			60 (43rd BW, 65th BS) based at RAF Lakenheath crashed near Isleham, UK Oct 13, 1949.  Crew of 12 killed.
46-61		Boeing YB-50C Superfortress
			Project cancelled.  May have been c/n 15781.
46-62/64	Bell XS-1
			62 is *Glamourous Glennis*, first aircraft to exceed Mach 1, flown by Charles E. Yeager
				Oct 14, 1947.  Now on display in NASM, Washington, DC
			63 conveted to X-1E.  Now on display outside NASA facilty at Edwards AFB, CA
			64 destroyed Nov 9, 1951 while underneath B-50 46-006 after landing.
46-65/66	Boeing XB-47 Stratojet
			Model 450-3-3 c/n 15972/15973
			65 stalled on landing Aug 18, 1951, major structural damage.
			66 at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL.
46-67		Chase XCG-18A
			Redesignated XG-14B Jun 11, 1948.  WFU Dec 1949
46-68/213	Convair L-13A 
			72,110,111 converted to L-13B 
			155 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972 as N68849 crop spraying plane.
			156 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			159 at Fort Rucker, AL
			160 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			161 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			163 by Aug 1996 had become N6615C
			164 being restored in 2014 at Valiant Air Command, Titusville, Florida
			165 to N6618C
			171 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			194 to N6231C
46-214/215	Bell XR-12
			c/n 1,2. - Redesignated H-12 in 1948.
46-216		Bell XR-12B 
			c/n 3.  Redesignated H-12 in 1948.
46-217/226	Bell YR-12B
			c/n 4/13. Redesignated H-12 in 1948.
46-227/254	Bell XR-13 Sioux
			c/n 1/28.  Model 47A.  Redesignated YH-13 in 1948.
			Ten XR-13s (46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254) transferred to US Navy as HTL-2 BuNo 122452/122461.  This contract was
				cancelled and the BuNos were reassigned to P2V Neptunes, and the ten helicopters were reserialled in the 122951/122961
				range.  However, it is not certain that this transfer actually took place.
			227 (c/n 1)
			228 (c/n 2) converted to YR-13A
			229 (c/n 3) converted to YR-13A.  to N4229A
			230 (c/n 4) converted to YR-13A
			231 (c/n 5) to N4156A
			232 (c/n 6) to N4231A, N555EN
			233 (c/n 7)
			234 (c/n 8)
			235 (c/n 9) to N4017A, CF-NNG, N9066J
			236 (c/n 10) 
			237 (c/n 11) 
			238 (c/n 12) to N12512
			239 (c/n 13)
			240 (c/n 14)
			241 (c/n 15)
			242 (c/n 16) 
			243 (c/n 17) 
			244 (c/n 18) to US Navy as 122456.
			245 (c/n 19) to N4228A
			246 (c/n 20) to N4224 A, TG-H-DEZ, N4224A, HR-FU-83, AN-BHZ
			247 (c/n 21)
			248 (c/n 22) to N4242A
			249 (c/n 23)
			250 (c/n 24)
			251 (c/n 25)
			252 (c/n 26)
			253 (c/n 27)
			254 (c/n 28)
46-255/354	North American P-82E Twin Mustang 
			c/n 144-38141/38240.  Redesignated F-82E in 1948.
			255 scrapped at Robins AFB Apr 1951.
			256 (c/n 144-38142) to NACA Jan 1950 as 133, redesignated EF-82E.  Sold March 1954 to Walter 
				Soplata.  Noted in Jun 1971 in Walter Soplata collection.  Registered Apr 7, 1997 to 
				Wizzard Investments Ltd as G-BXEI; believed never arrived in UK as reregistered N142AM May 1998
				Both 46-255 and 46-265 have been quoted, but it appears that only 46-256 is correct.
				To Amjet/Polar Aviation Museum, Anoka County, MN May 11, 1998-2000.
				To Chris and Patrick Harker Aviation Services 2000-2002 to be restored to
				airworthy conditon.
			259 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			261 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			262 at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
			263 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			264 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			267 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Mar 1, 1951.
			268, 271, 275, 276, 278, 285, 286, 288, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296/300, 305, 307, 
				310, 313/315, 317/326, 329/332, 337/339, 342/345, 347, 349/352 to reclamation Robbins 
				AFB  24 Apr 1951
			348 to reclamation Ladd AFB, AK 15 Apr 1951
46-355/383	North American P-82G Twin Mustang 
			c/n 150-38241/38269
			Redesignated F-82G in 1948.
			357 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) MIA May 28, 1951 20 mi N of 38th parallel.
			364 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) destroyed on ground at Suwon, Korea 
				Jun 29, 1950 by enemy aircraft.
			373 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) crashed 5 my NW of Brady AB, Japan Feb 12, 1951.
			375 (6160th ABW, 67th FIS) crashed Dec 16, 1950.
			377 was last operational F-82 and was officially retired Nov 12, 1953
				at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
			378 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) shot down by AAA Jul 3, 1951.
			383 make first air-to-air kill of the Korean War on Jun 27, 1950 as part of the 68th FAWS.  Piloted by
				1st Lt William A. Hudson and 1st Lt Carl S. Fraser.
46-384/388	North American P-82H Twin Mustang 
			c/n 150-38270/38274
			Redesignated F-82H in 1948.
			386 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
			387 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
46-389/404	North American P-82G Twin Mustang 
			c/n 150-38275/38290
			Redesignated F-82G in 1948.
			390 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
			391 (51st FIG, 4th FS) in midair collision with F-80C 49-704 between
				Fukuoka and Ashiya AB, Japan Sep 29, 1950.
			394 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) MIA Mar 14, 1951.
			399 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) MIA Jan 27, 1951.
			400 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) crashed near K-14 Dec 7, 1950.
			402 (51st FIG, 68th FIS) MIA Jul 6, 1950.
			403 named "Miss Carriage" with 4th FS.
46-405/495	North American P-82F Twin Mustang 
			c/n 149-38291/38381
			Redesignated F-82F in 1948.
			407 to reclamation at McChord AFB Apr 4, 1951
			441 to reclamation at McChord aFB Apr 4, 1951
			451 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
			454 crashed Knoxville, Tennessee May 9, 1950.  Pilot killed.
			468 flying out of Mitchel Field on May 4, 1949  crashed into residential neighborhood of 
				Hempstead, New York.   The plane burst into flames but pilot and radar observer survived.
46-496/504	North American P-82H Twin Mustang 
			c/n 150-38382/38390
			Redesignated F-82H in 1948.
			501 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953.
46-505		Douglas VC-118 
			c/n 42881.  Presidential aircraft *Independence*.  Served with USAF for several years after serving as
			presidential aircraft.  Donated to NASM.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
46-506		Chase XCG-18A
46-507		Cancelled contract for Chase XCG-18A
46-508/519	Cancelled contract for Convair YP-81
46-520/521	Boeing XL-15 Scout
			c/n 200001/200002
46-522		Curtiss XP-87
			Model 29A.  Redesignated XF-87 in 1948.  Converted to XF-87A but order was cancelled and was scrapped.
46-523/524	McDonnell XP-85 Goblin
			redesignated XF-85 in 1948.
			523 on display at WPAFB Museum.
			524 is at SAC Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
46-525		McDonnell XP-88 Voodoo 
			redesignated XF-88 in 1948.
			 later converted to XF-88B.
46-526		McDonnell XP-88A Voodoo 
			redesignated XF-88A in 1948.
46-527/529	Cancelled contract for G & A XR-14.
46-530/532	Bell XR-15
			c/n 1/3.  Redesignated XH-15 in 1948
46-533/567	Republic P-84B-21-RE Thunderjet
			redesignated F-84B in 1948
			547 to reclamation Alexandria 137 FB Wg 5 Apr 1951
			555 crashed May 16, 1953. 25 mi SW of Dateland, Arizona.  Pilot killed.
46-568/602	Republic P-84B-26-RE Thunderjet
			redesignated F-84B in 1948
			600 at New York ANG, Syracuse/Hancock IAP, NY (1994 to 2002).
46-603/637	Republic P-84B-31-RE Thunderjet
			redesignated F-84B in 1948
			637 (3604th FTS) destroyed Dec 21, 1952 5 mi SSE of Sentinel, Arizona.
46-638/673	Republic P-84B-36-RE Thunderjet
			redesignated F-84B in 1948
			666 on display at Mid Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.
46-674/675	Bell XS-2
			Redesignated X-2 in 1948
			674 lost Sep 27, 1956 after completing first ever Mach 3 flight when Capt. Milburn Apt
				lost control of the plane and crashed 20 mi E of Edwards AFB, CA.  Capt Apt was killed.
			675 exploded in belly of B-50 mothership 48-096 May 12, 1953 and was dropped into Lake Ontario.  Bell test
				pilot Jean "Skip" Ziegler and Bell flight engineer Frank Wolko killed.
46-676/677	Northrop XS-4
			Redesignated X-4 in 1948
			676 last flew Jan 26, 1950, then used for spare parts for 46-677.  On display at USAF
				Academy, Colorado Springs, CO
			677 was on display at Maxwell AFB, AL from 1955 to 1972.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
46-678		Northrop XP-89 Scorpion
			Redesignated XF-89 in 1948.  Crashed on Rosecrans Avenue, Hawthorne, CA Feb 22, 1950 after making high speed
				low pass for Air Force officials at Hawthorne Airport (Northrop Field) .  Pilot parachuted safely, but flight
				engineer was killed.  Plane crashed 5 miles from factory, setting a below-ground storage tank afire.  Cause of
				accident was high-frequency, low amplitude aeroealastic flutter of both vertical and horizontal stabilizers.
46-679		Northrop YP-89 Scorpion 
			redesignated YF-89 in 1948.
46-680/681	Republic XP-91 Thunderceptor 
			redesignated XF-91 in 1948
			680 on display at WPAFB Museum
			681 engine failed on takeoff summer 1951 at Edwards AFB, requiring an immediate landing.
				Pilot exited the burning airframe just as the tail melted off.  By the
				time the firetrucks got there, the plane was entirely reduced to ashes.
46-682/684	Convair XP-92A
			c/n 7-002.  Redesignated XF-92A in 1948.  683 and 684 not built.
			682 seen at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH Jul 2005.
46-685/686	Martin XA-45 
			Redesignated XB-51 in 1948.
			685 used in filming of *Toward the Unknown*.  Crashed on takeoff from El Paso, TX Mar 25, 1956.  
				Both crewmembers killed.
			686 crashed May 9, 1952 during low-level aerobatics over 
				Edwards AFB, killing the pilot.
46-687/688	Lockheed XP-90 
			Redesignated XF-90 in 1948.
			Both used as chase planes at Edwards AFB.
			687 tested to destruction at NACA lab in Cleveland, OH.
			688 (c/n 090-1002) destroyed in nuclear test in 1952.  Hulk recovered in 2003 by USAF Museum.  Noted Jul 2005
				in USAF Museum restoration workshop
46-689/690	McDonnell XR-20 Little Henry 
			Redesignated XH-20 in 1948.  Not sure that 0690 was actually built.
			0689 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.

			- 1947 - 

47-001/022	North American B-45A-1-NA Tornado
			c/n 147-43401/43422
			001 caught fire and crashed near Alpaugh, California Sep 20, 1948
			002 w/o in California Oct 13, 1949
			003 w/o in Arizona Mar 26, 1954.
			005 modified to EDB-45A. Flamed out and crashed on approach to Holloman AFB, New Mexico Apr 17, 1952.
			006 (1 TTS) crashed due to structural failure 40 mi E of Biggs AFB, TX Jan 15, 1951.
			008 on display at Castle AFB Museum.  A B-45C canopy was fitted
				to this plane during service or when the plane was brought
				from Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California for restoration.
			009 was with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1952
			011 w/o in California Aug 27, 1948.
			012 modified to EB-45A.  With 3077th EG in 1950.  Damaged May 17, 1950 at Edwards AFB, California due to structural failure
			014 (EB-45A, 29 AMS/29 AMG) crashlanded at Norton AFB, CA Aug 10, 1951.  Also reported in 1952 with 84th BS, 47th BG.
				W/o in New Mexico Feb 5, 1952.
			016 w/o Jul 20, 1956 in crash 6 mi E of Yuma, Arizona
			017 with 29th AMS, 29th AMG in 1954.  W/o in Texas May 17, 1954.
			020 modified to TB-45A
47-023/096	North American B-45A-5-NA Tornado
			c/n 147-43423/43496
			023 was with 47th BW
			024 in 1955 was with 3200th PTG.  Crashed near Cleveland, Texas Sep 15, 1955.
			026 with 3200th PTG damaged in landing accident Oct 30, 1950 at Eglin AFB, Florida
			027 with 363rd TRG, with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958 and to 
				RAF Bruntingthorpe for fire practice use
			028 damaged Feb 14, 1950 at MacDill AFB, Florida then w/o with 84th BBs, 363rd TRG Oct 6, 1950 near Driver, Virginia.
			029 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 8, 1958 and to 
				Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			030 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 16, 1958 and used 
				for fire practice there
			031 (HQ 3077 EG) crashlanded at Edwards AFB, CA Jun 25, 1951.
			032 with 845h BS, 363rd TRG, crashed at Langley Field, VA May 28, 1950.
			034 (363rd RG, 85th BS) elevator boost failed during normal cruise flight and
				aircraft stalled Jul 7, 1950.  Aircraft spun into ground 12 mi N of
				New Albany, IN.  Copilot killed.  Pilot and navigator bailed out successfully.
			035 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1950.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 23, 1958 and to RAF 
				Brize Norton for fire practice use
			036 modifed to EB-45A, Air Force Flight Test Center
			037 with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1949.  Crashed due to engine fire near Shreveport, Louisiana
			038 with 2750th AMG damaged Oct 9, 1956 in landing accident at Vincent AB, Arizona.
			039 crashed with 85th BS, 363rd TRG near Lakeview, California Aug 10, 1953
			040 w/o with 85th BS, 363rd TRG in landing accident at Langley, Virginia Feb 3, 1950.
			041 (322 SRS/91st SRG) crashed at Barksdale AFB, LA Mar 21, 1951.
			042 (222 SRS/91st SRG) damaged in ground accident at Barksdale AFB, LA
				Jun 20, 1951.  With 86th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  SOC for scrap at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958
			043 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 10, 1958 and to 
				RAF Chelveston for fire practice use
			044 w/o with 85th BS, 47th BG Aug 31, 1949 Dixie, Louisiana
			045 with 86th BS, 47th BW  in 1952.  SOC for scrap at RAF Sculthorpe Jan 14, 1957
			046 (86th BS, 47th BW) stolen Jun 13, 1958 by an airman 2nd class who was not a pilot and took
				off from Alconbury, UK and crashed 3 minutes later, killing the airman.
			047 in 1952 was with 86th BS, 47th BW.  Later with 324th SRS, 91st SRW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
				Sculthorpe Jun 11, 1958 and to Torrejon AB, Spain for fire practice use.
			048 with 86th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to Moron AB, 
				Spain for fire practice use
			049 converted to JB-45A test aircraft for Westinghouse turbojets.  Crashed
				with 85 BS/363 TRG N of Hampton, VA Jan 9, 1951.
			050 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Struck off charge at North American Aviation, Inglewood, CA Apr 5, 1957
			051 with 86th BS, 47th BW in 1952, later with 84th BS, 363rd TRG.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
				Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to Moron AB, Spain for fire practice use
			052 with 85th BS, 363rd TRG damaged Mar 27, 1950 near Langley, Virginia.
			053 85th BS [363rd TRG]; 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 85th BS [47th BW] withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 11, 1958 and to 
				Chaumont AB, France for fire practice use
			054 in 1952 was with 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 25, 1958 and to 
				Chaumont AB, France for fire practice use
			055 with 86th GBS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 8, 1958 and 
				to Dreux AB, France for fire practice use
			056 85th BS [363rd TRG]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW] (86th BS) Struck off charge for scrap at RAF Alconbury Jun 7, 1958; 
				still there (derelict but substantially complete) 1964.  Scrapped c1964.
			057 86th BS, 47th BW withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to 
				Sidi Slimane AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			058 in 1952 was with 84th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by October 1958 
				and to RAF Greenham Common for fire practice use
			059 in 1952 with 47th BW.  Crashed near Brandon, UK Jan 30, 1956
			060 crashed Dec 14, 1952, Ohio?
			061 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW].   Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 4, 1958 and to RAF 
				Woodbridge for fire practice use
			062 322ndSRS [91st SRW]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 4, 1958 and to RAF 
				Bentwaters for fire practice use
			063 nose section in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			064 in 1951 was with 85th BS, 47th BG.  Crashed near Bukroe Beach, VA Dec 12, 1951.
			065 with 85th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958 and to 
				RAF Lakenheath for fire practice use
			066 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 1, 1958 and to 
				Torrejon AB, Spain for fire practice use
			067 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 15, 1958 and to 
				Hahn AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			068 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 19, 1958 and to 
				Giebelstadt AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			069 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 8, 1958 and to 
				Zaragosa AB, Spain for fire practice use
			070 (85th BS, 47th BW) crashed Nov 1953 when wing pulled off in Germany.  Pilot and two navigators
				killed, copilot and tail gunner escaped.  
			071 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed near Field Dalling, UK Jun 3, 1957
			072 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed at RAF Sculthorpe, UK Mar 14, 1956
			073 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 and to 
				Boulhaut AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			074 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 19, 1958 and to 
				Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			075 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  WFU May 15, 1958 at RAF Sculthorpe, UK.  To Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice.
			076 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by July 1958 and 
				to Aviano AB, Italy for fire practice use
			077 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952. Air-Britain magazine states withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
				Sculthorpe May 15, 1958 and to Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			078 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 11, 1958 and to 
				Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			079 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by 
				September 1958 and to RAF Mildenhall for fire practice use
			080 with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 
				and to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			081 with 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 
				and to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			082 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 and to 
				Boulhaut AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			083 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed near RAF Sculthorpe, UK Sep 20, 1957
			084 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 26, 1958 and to 
				Ramstein AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			085 crashed Mar 28, 1952 near Hampton, VA.
			086 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  SOC for scrap Apr 4, 1958
			087 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 8, 1958 and to 
				Zaragosa AB, Spain for fire practice use
			088 (84th BS, 47th BG) crashed 3 mi E of Franklin, VA May 26, 1952.  3 crew killed.
			089 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 13, 1958 and to 
				Etain AB, France for fire practice use
			090 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury by August 1958 
				and to Sidi Slimane AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			091 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 11, 1958 and to 
				Laon AB, France for fire practice use
			092 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 9, 1958 and to 
				Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			093 422nd BS; 1952: 85th BS [47th BW].  SOC for scrap Aug 21, 1958
			094 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 85th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 24, 1958 and to 
				Toul AB, France for fire practice use
			095 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 8, 1958 and to 
				Evreux AB, France for fire practice use.
			096 modified to JB-45A and used as testbed with engine slung under the fuselage.
47-097		Static test airframe for B-45A Tornado
			c/n 147-43497
47-098/112	Boeing B-50A-30-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15782/15796
			104 damaged Feb 6, 1950 in landing accident at Gray AFB, Texas.
			105 lost Sept 23, 1950, Goose Bay, Labrador
			110 (2nd BG) w/o Dec 22, 1949 near Savannah, Georgia when crashed into swamp land 5 min after
				takeoff from Chatham AFB. All 11 on board killed.
47-113/117	Boeing B-50A-35-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15797/15801
47-118/127	Boeing B-50B-40-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15802/15811
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			118 retained by the factory for test work under
				designation EB-50B.  Tested tandem mainwheel undercarriage, and later used to test "caterpillar track"
				landing gear.  Converted back to conventional landing gear system and used for other test projects.
			119 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.
			120 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
				Squadron, 6091st Recon Squadron.  To storage at MASDC Sep 1961, declared surplus Oct 1961.
			121 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			122 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modifed
				to RB-50F.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1966.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
			123 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modified
				to RB-50F.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			124 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  
			125 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modified to RB-50F, to MASDC Jul 29, 1964  
			126 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
				Squadron, 6091st Recon Squadron.  To MASDC Jul 1961, declared surplus Sep 1961.
			127 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  
47-128/137	Boeing B-50B-45-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15812/15821
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			128/132, 135 modified as RB-50E for special
				photographic missions.
			134, 137 modified as RB-50F with navigational 
				radar.
			129 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
				Squadron, 6091st Recon Suqcdron, to storage at MASDC Jun 1961.  Declared surplus
				Sep 1961.
			133 modified as RB-50G with additional radar and B-50D-type nose.
				(RB-50G, 6091st Recon Squadron) disappeared over Sea of Japan Sep 10, 1956 out of Yokota AB, Japan.
				Probably went down in Typhoon Emma.
			134 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			136 modified as RB-50G Jul 1950.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Jun 1961.
			137 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966.  Declared excess
				Oct 30, 1967
47-138/147	Boeing B-50B-50-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15822/15831
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			138 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			139 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC May 25, 1966.
				Declared excess Jul 29, 1968.
			140 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1964.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			141 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			142 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
			143 modified as RB-50G with additional radar and B-50D type nose.
			144 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			145 modified as RB-50G with additional radar and B-50D type nose.
				Shot down Jul 27, 1953 south of Askold Island near Vladivostok, USSR by MiG-17s over the sea.
				18 on board, several prisoners, 1 survivor.
			146 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 5, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			147 modified as RB-50G with additional radar and B-50D type nose.
47-148/157	Boeing B-50B-55-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15832/15841
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			148/154, 156,157 modified as RB-50G with 
				additional radar and B-50D type nose.
			157 modified to RB-50G Oct 1950.  To MASDC Aug 1961.  
				Dropped from inventory as surplus Oct 1961.
47-158/162	Boeing B-50B-60-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15842/15846
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			158 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar
			159 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC May 11, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
			160 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			161 modified as RB-50G with additional radar and B-50D type nose.
			162 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jul 29, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
47-163/170	Boeing B-50D-65-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15847/15854
			163 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50.  To
				MASDC as KB-50J Feb 17, 1965.
			164 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50
			167 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50
			170 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50.  Later converted to 
				KB-50D, prototype for later KB-50J and KB-50K programs.  To AMARC
				as KB-50J Jun 26, 1964.
47-171/224	Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			c/n 080-1932/1985.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.
			171 on display at Rickenbacker ANGB, Ohio
			184 to Ecuador AF as TF-184.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1965
			215 (c/n 080-1976) at Kansas ANG Historical Air Park, Wichita, KS.  Noted Feb 29, 2004
				at Relections of Freedom Historical Airpark, McConnell AFB, KS, painted as 58612
			218/224 transferred to US Navy as TO-2 BuNo 33821/33827
			221 (33824) on display at Willow Grove NAS, PA
47-225/266	Cancelled contract
47-267/420	Convair L-13A 
			275 to N275LG.  At Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, AR Jan 2008.
			276 restored, but crashed at Hayward, CA Aug 9, 1990.
			287 (c/n 167) noted at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA May 22, 2003.  Reported Sep 2006
				in storage at Castle Air Museum.
			300 converted to Centaur 109 N9600Z
			309 converted to Longren Centaur 101 N4062H. 
			323 to N68845.  In 2013 was at USAF Museum undergoing restoration.
			340 to civil registry as N1762M
			341 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972
			348 to N2531B
			353 to Dominican Republic as HI-31
			355 to N2536B
			356 to Dominican Republic as HI-28 and w/o Aug 1955
			357 to Honduras AF as FAH106 Jan 1958
			360 to N2538B
			365 to N20X
			366 to N26027
			371 to N2540B
			377 to N2543B
			378 became Longren Centaur N2544B
			380 to N99971
			384 to N2532B
			389 with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan as N65893
			391 to reclamation Eniwetok 9 Apr 1951
			394 (c/n 274) noted at Planes of Fame Jan 13, 2002.
			395 converted to L-13B.  to N4910V
			397 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972 as N4906V.
			399 to N4659V
			405 was N101BH.  W/io at San Francisco, CA Jan 1, 1976, registration cancelled
				Jun 7, 1976.  Registration restored Jan 19, 1977, revoked May 21, 1982, and
				finally cancelled by FAA Jun 25, 2009.
			406 still flying as N4236K.
			411 at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
			412 to N4898V
			420 converted to L-13B
47-421/422	Cancelled contract
47-423/432	Boeing YL-15 Scout
			425 (c/n 20005) became N783 and N2753A (not sure in which order) then to Department of Interior Forest Service as N244PA.
				Noted Jul 2004 at Blaine/Anoka AP, MN.
			427 (c/n 20007) became N4435P, then N4777C
			429 (c/n 20009) became N4210A.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL. Still there in 1990.
			431 (c/n 20011) to civilian registry as N799, N1068T (not sure of the order). 
			432 (c/n 20012) became N789, then N4770C
47-433/479	Boeing L-15B Scout
47-480/490	Sikorsky R-5F Dragonfly
			Redesignated H-5F in 1948
			482 (3rd ARS) hit power lines at 8055th MASH in Korea and crashed Aug 20, 1951.
			484 (c/n 51.36) to N700J, N92868
			485 (w/o Feb 17, 1950 with 3585 MS of Connally AFB, TX
			486 (3rd ARS) crashlanded and destroyed during evacuation of Pyongyang,
				N. Korea Nov 30, 1950.
			490 (c/n 51.51) to civil registry as N9479Z.
47-491/524	Bell R-12A
			Contract cancelled
47-525		Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			c/n 080-1986.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.
			This plane was transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33828.
47-526/600	Lockheed P-80C-5-LO Shooting Star
			c/n 080-1987/2061.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.
			538 (85h FBG, 80th FBS) caught fire, wing fell off, crashed and burned
				Nov 22, 1952, Korea
			549 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) engine fire, explosion, safely recovered at
				K-13, Korea May 29, 1952.
			555 to Chile in 1957-58
			558 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) in wheel-up landing, Korea Jun 23, 1952.
			568 to reclamation Elmendorf AFB, AK 9 Apr 1951
			595 Elmendorf AFB salvaged 4 Apr 1951
			598 to Chile in 1957-58.
47-601/604	Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			c/n 2062/2065.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.  
			These planes all transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33829/33832.
47-605/637	North American P-86A-1-NA Sabre
			c/n 151-38432/38464.  Redesignated F-86A in 1948.
			605 at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
			606 (c/n 151-38433) registered as N57965. Nlow in Aero Space Museum, Calgary,
				Alberta, Canada painted in RCAF marks with fake serial 23175.
			609 to NACA as 135.  
			611 set world speed record of 670.98 mph
				on Sept 15, 1948 flown by Maj. Robert Johnson.
			614 on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, IL
			615 on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, IL 
				marked as 72910
			626 to reclamation in the Philippines 11 Apr 1951
			637 on display at Great Falls IAP, MT marked as 2637.
47-638/639	Convair OA-10 Catalina
			Ex US Navy
47-640/644	Chase YG-18A  
			641 converted to YC-122
47-645/785	Cancelled Contract
47-786/787	Chase XCG-20
			Redesignated XG-20 in 1948.
			786 converted to XC-123 Avitruc
			787 converted to XC-123A jet-powered transport.  Later converted two Pratt and Whitney R-2800 engines and used for
				boundary layer control trials as Stroukoff YC-123D and re-serialled 53-8068.
47-788/1296	Aeronca L-16A Grasshopper
			797 (c/n 7BCM-11) to civil registry as N2552B, then N797US.  Registered
				G-BFAF Aug 15, 1977.
			807 to N9325H.  Won EAA award at Oshkosh 2012.
			814 (c/n 7AC-3768) flying as N85041
			822 to civil registry as N4952V
			823 to civil registry as N4953V
			825 to CAP as N75365 at Wilmington, NC.  Now being restored in Maryland.
			826 to civil registry as N75374
			827 to civil registry as N4954V
			831 to civil registry as N6040V
			833 to civil registry as N66330
			841 to civil registry as N4955V
			847 to civil registry as N66580
			851 to civil registry as N4956V
			856 to civil registry as N75368
			861 to civil registry as N1866M
			862 to civil registry as N79294
			867 to civil registry as N63486
			872 to civil registry as N75367
			880 to civil registry as N2762C
			891 to civil registry as N4957V
			894 to civil registry as N4957V
			897 to civil registry as N3185C
			923 to civil registry as N6086C
			924 at Army Aviation Museum Dec 22, 2004
			934 to civil registry as N10497
			937 to civil registry as N2508B
			940 to civil registry as N6039V
			943 to civil registry as N66581
			965 to civil registry as N75369
			970 to civil registry as N1143V
			971 to civil registry as N10130
			1004 to civil registry as N6749C
			1008 to civil registry as N3974B
			1009 to civil registry as N66357
			1010 to civil registry as N6286C
			1015 to civil registry as N9093C
			1023 to civil registry as N4017B
			1037 to civil registry as N10494
			1041 to civil registry as N10413
			1042 to Canadian civil registry as CF-FVN, still flying as C-FFVN
			1066 to civil registry as N6478C
			1080 to civil registry as N4040A
			1092 to civil registry as N66352
			1095 to civil registry as N4008A
			1099 to civil registry as N75068
			1106 to civil registry as N10520
			1108 to civil registry as N6451C
			1114 to civil registry as N2503B
			1115 to civil registry as N6090C
			1119 to civil registry as N75371, N119TX reserved Dec 2002.
			1120 to civil registry as N10504
			1121 to civil registry as N66354
			1123 to civil registry as N10503
			1124 to civil registry as N6091C
			1135 to civil registry as N2506B
			1136 to civil registry as N4021B
			1144 to civil registry as N9094C
			1146 to civil registry as N3948A
			1150 to civil registry as N10522
			1155 on US civil registry as N4009B.
			1159 (c/n 7BCM-384) to civil registry as N7620B
			1163 to civil registry as N63483
			1170 (c/n 7BCM-395) to civil registry as N2502B
			1171 to civil registry as N220JK and on display at Arkansas Air Museum, Fayetteville
			1183 to civil registry as N10500
			1248 to civil reigstry as N10506
			1255 to civil registry as N10507
			1258 to civil registry as N2086A
			1262 to civil registry as N66353
			1263 to civil registry as N4063A
			1267 to civil registry as N1121
			1272 to civil registry as N6703C, then CF-TPZ.
			1288 to civil registry as N1109M
			1295 to civil registry as N75069
			1296 to civil registry as N6476C
47-1297/1379	North American L-17A Navion
			35 converted to L-17C.  L-17A redesignated U-18A in 1962.  L-17C redesignated U-18C in 1962.  The c/ns are not in sequence.
			1297 (c/n NAV-4-861) to N3178G
			1298 (c/n NAV-4-862) converted to L-17C.  to N2778A
			1299 (c/n NAV-4-872) converted to L-17C
			1300 (c/n NAV-4-873) converted to L-17C.  Became N8873H, deregistered 1947.
			1301 (c/n NAV-4-882) converted to L-17C
			1302 (c/n NAV-4-891)
			1303 (c/n NAV-4-920) converted to L-17C
			1304 (c/n NAV-4-922) converted to L-17C
			1305 (c/n NAV-4-930) converted to L-17C.  Became N4234A with Army at Ft. Lee, VA, deregistered 1971
			1306 (c/n NAV-4-931) converted to L-17C.  became N4216A with Army at Ft. Monmouth, NJ, deregistered 1965.  However, 
				NTSB report shows substantial damage in a crash in Culpepper, VA on Oct 12, 1968
			1307 (c/n NAV-4-932) converted to L-17C.  To N7856C with USAF at Wichita, Kansas, deregistered 1973.
			1308 (c/n NAV-4-935) converted to L-17C.  To N5562V, deregistered 1982.
			1309 (c/n NAV-4-936)
			1310 (c/n NAV-4-939) converted to L-17C.  To N673BG
			1311 (c/n NAV-4-942) converted to L-17C
			1312 (c/n NAV-4-943) converted to L-17C.  To N6724C
			1313 (c/n NAV-4-945) converted to L-17C.  Became N2775A with Army Ft. Benning as owner, deregistered 1959.
			1314 (c/n NAV-4-946) became N6480D with Army Ft. Sill as owner, deregistered 1971
			1315 (c/n NAV-4-948) converted to L-17C.  To N520BN
			1316 (c/n NAV-4-949) converted to L-17C.  became N10302 with USAF at Loring AFB, ME.  Deregistered 1965
			1317 (c/n NAV-4-950) converted to L-17C
			1318 (c/n NAV-4-951) converted to L-17C
			1319 (c/n NAV-4-953) converted to L-17C. Became N7612B, and is on display at the 45th Infantry Division Museum in Oklahoma City.  Tail number
				painted on plane is 0-4953, which is a corruption of NAV-4-953.
			1320 (c/n NAV-4-958) became N10558, registered to Maxwell AFB flying club, deregistered 1960
			1321 (c/n NAV-4-959) converted to L-17C
			1322 (c/n NAV-4-960) converted to L-17C.  To N997R, later N9117R
			1323 (c/n NAV-4-961) converted to L-17C
			1324 (c/n NAV-4-964) converted to L-17C.  Became N3177G with CAP, Tucson, AZ, deregistered 1968
			1325 (c/n NAV-4-966) converted to L-17C.  Became N8966H, deregistered 1989
			1326 (c/n NAV-4-967) converted to L-17C.  To N1160V
			1327 (c/n NAV-4-972) converted to L-17C.  Became N6459D with USAF Norton AFB, CA as owner, deregistered 1973
			1328 (c/n NAV-4-977) converted to L-17C.  Became N3179G and is now registered as C-GREM
			1329 (c/n NAV-4-978) became N94575, now deregistered, apparently belonging to an aviation maintenance school. 
				In 2010 was in pieces, but it may possibly be rebuilt.
			1330 (c/n NAV-4-980) became N9178R with USAF, Foldsboro, NC.  Deregistered 1966
			1331 (c/n NAV-4-981) converted to L-17C.  Became N333V with Army at Ft. Meyers as owner, deregistered June 2011
			1332 (c/n NAV-4-982) converted to L-17C.  became N8982H with North American Aviation, deregistered 1947.
			1333 (c/n NAV-4-985) to N8985H.  Under restoration at Estrella Warbird Museum, Pasa Robles, CA
			1334 (c/n NAV-4-986) converted to QL-17
			1335 (c/n NAV-4-987) converted to L-17C.  believed previously registered N8987H.  Was registered as N333W with Kirtland
				AFB flying club, deregistered 1990.
			1336 (c/n NAV-4-994) became N3950A with USAF as owner with MacGuire AFB flying club, deregistered 1971
			1337 (c/n NAV-4-1000) 
			1338 (c/n NAV-4-1014) converted to L-17C.  Became N4014K, but that registration was cancelled in 1947
			1339 (c/n NAV-4-1015) converted to L-17C.  to N555S
			1340 (c/n NAV-4-1033) was registered as N5419V.  It crashed after running out of fuel on approach for Stockton, CA on 
				Dec 3, 1972. Everyone OK, but aircraft destroyed.
			1341 (c/n NAV-4-1041) was registered as N9096C with the SAC flying club out of Offutt, AFB.  Deregistered 1962.
			1342 (c/n NAV-4-1048) was registered as N6453D with the Army at Ft. Bragg, deregistered in 1970
			1343 (c/n NAV-4-1049) was registered as N9645C, deregistered in 1971.  The plane crashed Jun 21, 1967 and was 
				destroyed, with one fatality and one serious injury, after continuing VFR flight into IFR conditions in Idaho.
			1344 (c/n NAV-4-1050) converted to QL-17.  Stored at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
			1345 (c/n NAV-4-1055) became N5456V with the Army in California, deregistered in 1970.
			1346 (c/n NAV-4-1058)
			1347 (c/n NAV-4-1059) on display at WPAFB Museum, marked as 48-928.
			1348 (c/n NAV-4-1060) 
			1349 (c/n NAV-4-1061)
			1350 (c/n NAV-4-1062) Unknown
			1351 (c/n NAV-4-1063) converted to QL-17.  To N9646C
			1352 (c/n NAV-4-1064) to N9190R
			1353 (c/n NAV-4-1065) 
			1354 (c/n NAV-4-1066)
			1355 (c/n NAV-4-1067) became N4987N with USAF at Bergstrom AFB, TX. Deregistered 1971.  Suffered substantial damage 
				in an off-field landing at Clovis, NM on Apr 22, 1964.
			1356 (c/n NAV-4-1068)
			1357 (c/n NAV-4-1069) unknown
			1358 (c/n NAV-4-1070) to N2968C
			1359 (c/n NAV-4-1071) became N555T with the Army in Arlington, VA, deregistered in 1965.
			1360 (c/n NAV-4-1072)
			1361 (c/n NAV-4-1073) became N6409D with the Ft. Sam Houston Flying Club, deregistered fater crash 1965.  Used to rebuilt 48-1077
			1362 (c/n NAV-4-1074) became N333P with the Army at Aberdeen, M.  DBR in landing accident in Edgewood, MO Sep 15, 1968, deregistered 1968.
			1363 (c/n NAV-4-1075) 
			1364 (c/n NAV-4-1077) 
			1365 (c/n NAV-4-1078) to N10552
			1366 (c/n NAV-4-1079) became N4233A with Army, deregistered 1975.
			1367 (c/n NAV-4-1081) 
			1368 (c/n NAV-4-1083) 
			1369 (c/n NAV-4-1084) became N6481D with the flying club at Ft. Sill, deregistered 1962
			1370 (c/n NAV-4-1085) became N3972A with the Army at Ft. Eustis, VA.  Substantial damage in off-field landing Jul 19, 1967 
				at Roanoke, VA.  Deregistered 1970.
			1371 (c/n NAV-4-1086) became N3971A with the Army at Ft. Eusis.  Deregistered 1965.
			1372 (c/n NAV-4-1088) is now registered as C-GOPI
			1373 (c/n NAV-4-1089)
			1374 (c/n NAV-4-1090) became N2774A with the Army at Ft. Benning, deregistered 1965
			1375 (c/n NAV-4-1091) became N4206A with Army at Ft. Meade, MD, deregistered 1965.
			1376 (c/n NAV-4-1092) became N2771A with the Army at Ft. McClellan, deregistered 1977
			1377 (c/n NAV-4-1093) became N3180G.  On Jun 19, 1971 the aircraft stalled and crashed into trees on approach to Willcox, AZ.  
				Non-fatal, but aircraft damaged beyond repair.
			1378 (c/n NAV-4-1094)
			1379 (c/n NAV-4-1103)
47-1380/1411	Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star  
			c/n 080-2066/2097.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.
			All but 1395 were transferred to USN as TO-1
				BuNo 33833/33847 and 33849/33864
			1392 on display at Fort Worth NAS, TX marked as 58507
47-1412/1461	Republic P-84C-2-RE Thunderjet  
			redesignated F-84C in 1948
			1416 (171 PTS/127 PTG) w/o at Luke AFB, AZ due to structural failure Jun 8, 1951.
			1419 (127 FS/104 FG) crashed 10 mi SSW of Grenola, KS May 13, 1950.
			1420 crashlanded on approach to Scott AFB, IL Mar 3, 1950
			1422 (171 FS/127 FG) forcelanded 3 mi E of Romulus, MI Nov 24, 1950.
			1423 (107 PTS/127 PTG) forcelanded at Williams Auxiliary Field, AZ Jun 19, 1951.
			1425 (171 PTS/127 PTG) destroyed by fire at Luke AFB, AZ Jul 13, 1951.
			1427 (121 FIS/113 FIG) damaged in landing accident at Andrews AFB, MD Apr 12, 1951.
			1430 (171 PTS/127 PTG) forcelanded at Luke AFB, AZ Mar 27, 1951.
			1433 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			1437 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashed at Gila Bend Gunnery Range, AZ May 8, 1951.
			1448 (171 PTS/127 PTG) w/o at Luke AFB, AZ Apr 9, 1951
			1450 (121 FS/113 FG) involved in midair collision with towed target near
				NAuxAS Chincoteague, VA Aug 25, 1950
			1452 (197 PTS/127 PTG) crashed 16 mi SW of Gila Bend, AZ Oct 23, 1951.
			1455 (107 FS/127 FG) damaged in ground fire at McGuire AFB, NJ Oct 21, 1950.
			1456 (127 FS/140 FG) crashed 30 mi SE of Kansas City, KS Jul 15, 1950.
47-1462/1511	Republic P-84C-6-RE Thunderjet 
			redesignated F-84C in 1948
			1463 (121 FIS/113 FIG) crashed Prince George's County, MD May 31, 1951
			1466 (127 FBS/137 FBG) forcelanded at Alexandria MAP, LA Sep 11, 1951
			1468 (107 PTS/127 PTG) in midair collision and crashed 5 mi W of Luke AFB,
				AZ Mar 23, 1951.
			1469 (107 PTS/127 PTG) damaged in ground fire at Luke AFB, AZ Jul 26, 1951
			1470 (121 FS/113 FG) destroyed by fire at Andrews AFB, MD Jul 8, 1950
			1479 (127 FS/137 FG) damaged in ground fire at Michita MAP, KS Oct 13, 1950
			1480 (121 FS/113 FG) damaged in takeoff accident at Andrews AFB, MD May 6, 1950
			1481 (128 FBS/137 FBG) crashed on approach to Matagorda Island airfield, TX
				Sep 27, 1951.
			1486 in Mar 1989 was on display with USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB and in 2013 was
				on display at Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona with Arizona ANG.
			1489 (127 FBS/137 FBG) crashlanded at Alexandria MAP, LA Jan 5, 1951.
			1492 (121 FS/113 FG) crashed in bad weather 2.5 mi E of Emmitsburg, MD Aug 30, 1950
			1496 (121 FS/113 FG) crashlanded due to lack of fuel at Olmsted AFB, PA Jun 27, 1950
			1497 (127 FBS/137 FBG) crashlanded at Alexandria MAP, LA Jul 26, 1951
			1498 displayed at EAA Air Adventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI since at least 1992
			1499 (3600 AMS/127 ANG) in midair collision and crashed 37 mi WSW of Gila
				Bend, AZ Nov 16, 1951.
			1505 (127 FS/140 FG) destroyed by fire at Wichita MAP, KS May 20, 1950
			1506 (59 FIS/33 FIG) crashed 15 mi W of Otis AFB, MA Mar 8, 1950
			1507 (107 FS/127 FG) crashlande at Detroit-Wayne Counti, MI Aug 1, 1950
			1508 (58 FS/33 FIG) force landed at Otis AFB,MA Feb 17, 1950.
47-1512/1561	Republic P-84C-11-RE Thunderjet
			redesignated F-84C in 1948
			1512 (166 FIS/122 FIG) crashlanded at Lockbourne AFB, OH Jul 6, 1951.
			1513 displayed at McConnell AFB, KS (1995 to 2003).  Noted Feb 29, 2004 at
				Reflections of Freedom Historical Airpark, McConnelll AFB, KS
			1521 (142 FS/113 FIG) involved in midair collision with towed target and
				crashed 20 mi SE of Ocean City, NJ Aug 14, 1950
			1524 (58 FS/33 FIG) force landed out of fuel 9 mi S of Waynesburg, PA Mar 16, 1950
			1528 (142 FS/113 FG) crashed 8.5 mi NNW of New Castle Airport, DE Oct 18, 1950
			1530 at Cannon AFB, Clovis, NM, marked as F-84G 11027.  In 2013 was moved to Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA still
				wearing markings of 51-1027
			1533 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded at Gila Bend Auxiliary Airfield Aug 10, 1951.
			1541 (166 FS/122 FG) crashlanded at Lockbourne AFB, OH Mar 17, 1951
			1542 (171 PTS/127 PTG) w/o due to structural failure at Gila Bend Gunnery
				Range, AZ Apr 9, 1951
			1548 (148 FIS/113 FIG) forcelanded at Georgetown Airport, DE Jun 23, 1951.
47-1562/1602	Republic P-84C-16-RE Thunderjet
			Redesignated F-84C in 1948.
			1562 on display at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.
			1563 (58 FS/33 FIG) crashed on takeoff at Barksdale AFB, LA Mar 28, 1950
			1566 (171 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded at Nellis AFB, NV Jun 27, 1951
			1572 (148 FIS/113 FIG) crashlanded at Dover AFB, DE Jun 25, 1951.
			1575 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded 13 mi SW of Gila Bend, AZ Apr 26, 1951
			1578 (148 FIS/113 FIG) involved in midair collision with 47-1586 and crashed
				10 mi NE of Smyrna, DE Aug 22, 1951.
			1581 (142 FIS/113 FIG) crashed on takeoff at New Castle Airport, De on
				Apr 15, 1951, then to reclamation New Castle 113 FI Wg 18 Apr 1951
			1586 (148 FIS/113 FIG) in midair collision with 47-1578 and crashed 10 mi
				NE of Smyrna, DE Aug 22, 1951.
			1591 (125 FBS/137 FBG) crashed 5 mi WSW of Matagorda Island, TX Sep 17, 1951.
			1595 on display at March Field Museum, CA.  Carried civil registration of N2884D
			1597 delivered to USAF Dec 10, 1948.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Mar 1954.
			1599 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded 7 mi NW of Buckeye, AZ Sep 3, 1951.
			1602 (116 FS/142 FG) crashed 2 mi SW of Harrington, WA Sep 24, 1950.
47-1603/1604	Cancelled contract

			- 1948 -

48-001/010	North American B-45C Tornado
			c/n 153-38477/38486
			001 damaged Sep 28, 1950 due to structural failure at Edwards AFB, California.  Modified to EB-45C.  Crashed Dec 3, 1952.
			002 modified to EB-45C
			003 crashed due to engine failure at Long Beach airport, California Sep 15, 1949.
			005 modifed to EDB-45C.  To 3077th EG.  DBF in ground accident at Los Angeles airport, California Aug 12, 1953.
			006 w/o with 84th BS Feb 24, 1950 in crash 8 mi NW of Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.  RAF exchange pilot killed.
			008 modified to EB-45C, later to JB-45C.  With 4925th TG, w/o in California Jan 31, 1952.
			009 converted to JB-45C
			010 is on display at WPAFB Museum
48-011/043	North American RB-45C Tornado
			c/n 153-38487/38519
			011 SOC at RAF Sculthorpe, UK for scrap Oct 1, 1957.  To fire dump.
			012 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
			013 withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 and to 
				Adana AB, Turkey for fire practice use
			014 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]; 1955: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 found its way to 
				Dharan Air Field, Saudi Arabia in 1ate 1958 or early 1959 and
				used as a crash simulation aircraft by the base fire department.
			015 (324th SRS, 91st SRW) shot down by MiGs during recon of Yalu River Dec 4, 1950.  2 POW, 2 KIA.
			016 (324th SRS, 91st SRW) crashed near Yokota AB, Japan Jun 6, 1952, crew bailed out 
			017 delivered to USAF Aug 15, 1950. Modified to ERB-45C. Sep 1950 to 2750th ABW; Apr 1951 to HQ Air Research & Development 
				Command; Jun 1951 to Wright Air Development Center; Jun 1954 Bailed to P&WC for testing. Modified Nov 1955 to JRB-45C, 
				Apr 1957 to NRB-45C. SOC Nov 1971.  Transferred to SAC Museum at Offutt AFB in 1971, moved to Strategic Air 
				And Space Museum, Omaha, Nebraska in 1998.
			018 (3200 AMS/3200 ANG) damaged in ground fire at Eglin AFB,FL Jul 7, 1951.
			019 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  SOC Aug 1, 1957.
			020 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 47th BW. W/o Goose Bay AB, Canada, Mar 26, 1952
			021 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 19th TRS [47th BW] Crashed on take-off from RAF Alconbury, UK, Jun 7, 1951
			022 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by September 
				1957 and to RAF Elvington for fire practice use
			023 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1955: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 and to 
				Ankara AS, Turkey for fire practice use
			024 (323 SRS/91 SRG) crashlanded at Barksdale AFB, LA Apr 28, 1951.
			025 with 91st SRW w/o Ohio Mar 5, 1952.
			026 (323 SRS/91 SRG) suffered landing accident at RAF Sculthorpe May 15, 1951 
				and stripped of useful parts. Finally struck off charge March 1954
			027 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 6, 1957 and to 
				RAF Shepherds Grove for fire practice use
			028 (324 SRS/91 SRG) crashed 11 mi S of Plymouth, NC Feb 8, 1951.
			029 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 6, 1957 and to 
				Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			030 (323 SRS/91 SRG) crashed 4 mi NE of Ellington AFB, TX May 7, 1951.
			031 in 1954 was with 19th TRS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 23, 1957 and 
				to Rhein Main AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			032 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 47th BW.  Crashed in Goose Bay, Canada Aug 4, 1951. Wreckage still extant in 2009. 
			034 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use.
			035 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]; 1957: 84th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 9, 1957 and to 
				RAF Alconbury for fire practice use
			036 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
			037 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Struck off charge at San Bernardino AMA, Norton AFB, CA Dec 17, 1957
			038 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]
			039 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW] w/o Dec 24, 1952 in crash 14 mi SE of Pine Bluff, Arizona
			040 1951: 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Struck off charge at San Bernardino AMA, Norton AFB, CA Oct 8, 1957
			041 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
			043 1951: 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [66th TRW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 26, 1957 and to 
				RAF Woodbridge for fire practice use
48-044		Douglas QF-24A-DE Dauntless
			c/n 1538
			Originally A-24A-DE 42-6783
			remanufactured as drone aircraft
48-045		Douglas DF-24B-DT Dauntless 
			Originally A-24B-DT. 
			remanufactured as drone director aircraft
48-046/052	Boeing B-50D-70-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15855/15861
			All converted to TB-50D aircrew trainers and later to KB-50 tankers
			046 converted to KB-50D, prototype for subsequent KB-50J and KB-50K programs.
			047 converted to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
			048 damaged in taxi accident Jan 19, 1950 at McClellan AFB, California.
			049 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC.   Decleared excess Feb 29, 1964
			052 burned on ground at Birmingham MAP Jan 9, 1957 while being converted into KB-50 tanker.
48-053/062	Boeing B-50D-75-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15862/15871
			053 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
			054 converted to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			056 damaged May 8, 1950 at Offutt AFB, Nebraska
			057 converted to KB-50
			059 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965.
			061 converted to KB-50
			062 converted to KB-50.  With 662nd ARS (England AFB) blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 9, 1962.
				All 11 crew killed.
48-063/072	Boeing B-50D-80-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15872/15881
			063 converted to KB-50
			064 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess
				Jul 16, 1964
			065 converted to KB-50J.   Crashed (421st ARS) Oct 14, 1964 shortly after takeoff on 
				training mission while supporting Yankee missions over Laos.  Corrosion found in wreckage
				led to early retirement of KB-50 fleet and its replacement with KC-135s.
			066 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  To MASDC
				Mar w3, 1965.
			067 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			068 converted to JTB-50D as mother ship for X-7/XQ-5 programs
			069 used as mother ship for X-9 program
			070 w/o Jan 10, 1951 near Edwards AFB when it struck a
				ridge while flying in overcast.  All aboard killed.
48-073/082	Boeing B-50D-85-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15882/15891
			073 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Collided in midair with 48-089 Jan 8, 1953 near Hunter AFB, GA.
				48-089 crashed, 48-073 survived.
			074 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965.
			075 converted to DB-50D Rascal launcher
			076 converted to WB-50.  Damaged in landing at MacDill AFB, Florida Jun 6, 1950
			078 converted to KB-50
			079 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965.
			080 converted to KB-50
			081 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965
			082 converted to KB-50.  With 662nd ARS (England AFB) blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 9, 1962.
				All 11 crew killed.
48-083/092	Boeing B-50D-90-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15892/15901
			083 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			084 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			085 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			086 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			087 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			088 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965
			089 crashed after midair collision with 48-073 Jan 8, 1953, near Hunter AFB, GA.  All crew killed.
				48-073 survived.
			090 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess
				Mar 23, 1965.
			092 damaged in landing accident Jan 31, 1950 at Lakenheath, UK 
48-093/102	Boeing B-50D-95-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15902/15911
			093 converted to KB-50J.  I have it as a WB-50D with 58 WRS which crashed and burned on
				takeoff from Eielson AFB, AK Jan 17, 1957 with ll killed.
			094 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			095 converted to WB-50D.  To MASDC May 19, 1965.  Declared excess
				May 24, 1966
			096 converted to EB-50D as mother ship for X-2 program.  On May 12, 1953, X-2 46-675 exploded in belly of the
				mothership, X-2 was dropped into Lake Ontario, and mothership limped back to Niagra Falls Airport, but never
				flew again.
			097 converted to WB-50D.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
			098 converted to KB-50J.  I have it as a WB-50D with 56 WRS which crashed during
				night approach at Yokota AB, Japan Dec 28, 2956.  10 killed, 2 survived.
			099 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			101 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			102 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
48-103/112	Boeing B-50D-100-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15912/15921
			103 converted to KB-50
			105 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Also converted to KB-50J
			106 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
			107 converted to KB-50.  To MASDC Jan 1965.  Declared surplus Mar 1965
			108 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC May 31, 1965.
				Declared excess Mar 24, 1966
			109 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.
				Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
48-113/127	Boeing B-50D-105-BO Superfortress
			c/n 15994/16008
			113 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
			114 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Was 
				at WPAFB for many years, but is now at MacDill AFB, FL
			116 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
			117 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  With 622nd ARS, experienced massive left wing fire after failure of the turbine wheel on
				the left auxiliary J47 engine and crashed into sea about 6 mi from Bermuda Oct 20, 1963.  Of the 8 aboard, all
				survived except the aircraft commander and a passenger mechanic.
			118 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess
				Jul 16, 1964.
			119 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.
				Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
			121 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
			122 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Crashed with 56th WRS
				1 hour after takeoff from Yokota AB, Japan Sep 8, 1960.  11 killed.
			123 converted to KB-50, in 1956 carried out first triple-point refuelling operation by
				a KB-50D. later to KB-50J
			124 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
			125 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.   Declared excess
				Jul 16, 1964
			127 modified as RB-50D under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered 
				to 7406th Support Squadron Apr 1956.  To MASDC May 20, 1965 and dropped from
				inventory as surplus Mar 24, 1966.
48-128		Grumman A-9A-GR Goose
			JRF-5 c/n 2048 BuNo 37795 acquired from Navy for use in test of "pantobase"
			concept.  Many references list this serial number as a cancelled 
			contract for Curtiss YRF-87A Nighthawk
48-129/316	North American F-86A-5-NA Sabre 
			c/n 151-43498/43685
			originally ordered as F-86B.
			135 in mid-air collision with 191 over Gorman, CA
				Jun 10, 1949.  One pilot killed, other bailed out.
			137 (c/n 151-43505) crashed 8 mi S of Temple Bar, AZ Mar 5, 1953 on combat maneuvering flight
				out of Nellis AFB.  Plane turned too sharp, and snapped the horizontal stabilizers.
				Pilot ejected but was killed.
			142 (1st FIG, 27th FIS) forcelanded at Griffiss AFB, NY Sep 21, 1950
			145 (3595 FTG, 3525 AGS) crashlanded at Nellis AFB, NV Jan 26, 1953 
			157 to reclamation Nellis AFB 4 Apr 1951
			160 (115th FIS, CA ANG) in midair collision with F-86A 49-1221 S of Colfred, AZ
					Mar 17, 1956.
			162 w/o Jun 7, 1955 Luray, Virginia
			169 w/o Jay 15, 1954 Truax Field, Wisconsin
			170 (3077 EG, HQ Sqn) crashlanded near Uwalde, TX Jun 9, 1950.
			173 w/o Aug 29, 1949 in crash 18 mi W of Indigo, California
			178 (c/n 151-43547) to civil registry as N68388,then N179, then G-SABR
				Restored in 1974 by Ben Hall.  Now owned by Golden Apple Trust as G-SABR.
			 	Still airworthy. 
			179 restored in 1974 by Be Hall Seattle, WA.  Sold at unknown date to Golden Apple Trust and still airworthy.
			183 converted in Japan to RF-86A
			187 converted in Japan to RF-86A
			188 (6570 COTG, 6570 CTS) crashlanded 25. mi S of Aberdeen, MD Jan 15, 1953
			189 (1st FG, 94th FS) crashed 13 mi SE of Hesperia, CA Aug 12, 1950.
			191 w/o Jun 10, 1949 in crash 4 mi SE of Gorman, California
			193 w/o Feb 8, 1950 in crash 2 mi W of Palm Springs, Califonia
			195 converted in Japan to RF-86A
			196 converted in Japan to RF-86A
			199 w/o Nov 2, 1949 in crash 10 mi SE of Panama City, Florida due to engine failure.
			200 on display at Clay, NY
			204 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed 15 mi S of March AFB, CA Jul 12, 1950
			208 appears in 1958 film "The Hunters".
			209 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
			217 converted in Japan to RF-86A.  Shot down by AAA with 67th TRW, 15th TRS
				 Jun 27, 1952.  Pilot KIA
			221 w/o Jan 4, 1954 near Buckroe Beach, Virginia
			222 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashlanded at Langley AFB, VA Jul 13, 1950.
			223 w/o Feb 24, 1954 in crash 28 mi S of Mountain Home AB, Idaho in midair collision with 49-240.
			231 (3595 FTG, 3525 AGS) crashed 19 mi NE of Indian Springs, NV Jan 26, 1953
			232 w/o Apr 13, 1951 in crash 10 mi N of Johnson AB, Japan
			234 w/o Apr 23, 1950 in takeoff accident at Laurinbug-Maxton AB.
			238 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) flamed out, caught fire, and crashed in wooded area and disintegrated
				2 mi W of New Castle County Apt, DE Sep 17, 1950
			240 w/o Feb 24, 1954 in midair collsion with 49-223
			242 was an AFOG(Air Force Orientation Group)display and went out with both wings and all tail feathers at first 
				to be set up and taken down at various sites such as county fairs, shopping center parking lots, etc.
				To civil registry as N196B.  Was on display at American Air Museum, Duxford UK but
				now in Hangar 5.  Has left Duxford for Midland Air Museum at Coventry.  Is a
				composite airframe with F-86E wings, having been used by USAF as wingless
				traveling exhibit before going to Planes of Fame, Chino, CA from whom the
				Imperial War Museum acquired it.  Noted Sep 2005 at Midland Air Museum,
				Coventry, England.
			245 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashlande at Langley AFB, VA Jun 2, 1950.
			246 converted in Japan to RF-86A.  With 15th TRS, 67th TRW engine compressor failed and had smoke in the cockpit and
				pilot ejected 10 mi W of Suwon, South Korea Sep 5, 1952.  Pilot was rescued.
			251 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) flamed out due fuel starvation and crashed
				at K-14, Korea Jan 25, 1952.
			255 (94th FIS) crashed Nov 17, 1950 at George AFB after emergency landing at short
				airstrip caused by tailpipe temperature warning light.  Tires blew on landing
				and aircraft ran off end of runway and caught fire.  Pilot escaped unhurt.
			256 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) explosion and flameout while on combat
				mission Sept 13, 1951.  Pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea.
			257 converted in Japan to RF-86A
			259 (336th FIS, 4th FIG) suffered engine failure over South Korea Nov 9, 1951.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
			260 was in storage at the Paul Garber restoration facility, MD.  Noted Dec 2005 on display at
				Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
			263 formerly at New England Air Museum, to storage at USAF Museum, WPAFB, Dayton, OH
			272 (4TH fig, 335th FIS) crashed 11 mi N of Langley AFB, VA Jun 21, 1950.
			281 on display at Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA
			297 (4th FIG, 335th FIG) failed to recover from spin and crashed Jul 11, 1951.
			301 - lost to enemy action
			305 damaged by MiG.
			306 crashed Mar 22, 1950 near Emmons, West Virginia after taking off from Kanawha Airport.  Took off in parallel
				with F-86 49-1019, and the two planes apparently collided in midair.  Both pilots killed.
			308 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) struck ground in steep dive shortly after takeoff at Larson AFB Oct 3, 1950
			310 (81st FIG, 91st FIS) forcelanded at Larson AFB, WA Aug 25, 1950.
			313 collided with 49-1336 over Mt. Pacifico, CA Sept 4, 1956.
48-317/318	North American YF-93A
			c/n 157-1/2
			318 seen at NACA Moffett Field in Jun 1956, partially stripped.
48-319/355	Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar 
			c/n 10301/10337
			319 (c/n 10301) to MASDC as CJ0459 May 19, 1975.  Sold to Dross Metals
			320 (c/n 10302) used as static test aircraft.  Converted to C-119C in 1955
				or 1956. Became EC-119C for some time.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1967
			321 (c/n 10303) used as static test aircraft
			322 (c/n 10304) to MASDC and to civil registry as N13745.  Preserved at Milestones of Flight Museum, CA
			324 (c/n 10306) w/o Sep 25, 1950 at Komaki AB, Japan in ground accident
			325 (c/n 10307) converted to C-119C 1955/56
			326 (c/n 10308) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			327 (c/n 10309) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  
			328 (c/n 10310) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			329 (c/n 10311) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			330 (c/n 10312) converted to XC-120 Packplane
			331 (c/n 10313) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			332 (c/n 10314) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			333 (c/n 10315) became UC-119B in 1962.  Redesignated GC-119B the same year.
			334 (c/n 10316) converted to C-119C 1955/56
			335 (c/n 10317) damaged in takeoff accident Sep 13, 150 at Kwajalein in takeoff accident.  Converted to C-119C 1955/56
			336 (c/n 10318) (314th TCW) abandoned on ground at Yonp'o, Korea Dec 16, 1950 due to
				advancing enemy ground forces.
			337 (c/n 10319) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			339 (c/n 10321) became EC-119B, later JC-119B.  Converted to C-119C
				1955 or 1956, and became JC-119C.  Later revferted to C-119C
			340 (c/n 10322) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			341 (c/n 10323) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			343 (c/n 10325) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			344 (c/n 10326) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			345 (c/n 10327, 314th TCW, 62nd TCS) crashlanded 6 mi S of Hongchon, Korea Mar 29, 1951.
				1 of 5 onboard killed.
			346 (c/n 10328) damaged Mar 6, 1950 at Smyrna AFB, Tennessee due to structural failure.  Converted to C-119C 1955/56
			347 (c/n 10329) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			349 (c/n 10331) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1966
			350 (314th TCW, 61st TCS) was flying with 49-123 to make an air drop of
					ammunition when one of the planes was hit by friendly artillery near Inje, Korea 
					Jun 3, 1951.  The plane lost control and collided with the other plane,
					and both crashed.   Total of 10 killed..
			351 (c/n 10333) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			352 (c/n 10334) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1966.  To civil registry as N13746.  
				Preserved at Air Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, CA
			354 (c/n 10336) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
			355 (c/n 10337) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC
48-356/375	Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
			c/n 580-5001/5020
			Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
			356 (c/n 580-5001) converted to YF-94A prototype, then prototype F-94B.  Noted stored 
				at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003. Retired to gate guard at Lackland AFB, TX
			357 used to test ejection seats, or to prove that ejection seats were
				safe to use.
			358 entered in 1948 Bendix Trophy race with 300-gallon
				tip tanks.  Aborted race due to fuel feed
				problem.  Crashed Sept 9, 1948 during landing
				at Van Nuys, CA.  Pilot Capt. James T. Fitzgerald
				died of injuries 11 days later.
			373 converted to YF-94A prototype
48-376/396	Lockheed F-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			c/n 080-2099/2119
			376/381 transferred to US Navy as TO-1
				BuNo 33865/33870
			382 transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33848
48-397/423	Boeing C-97A Stratofreighter
			c/n 16009/16035
			397 temorarily designated JC-97A when used for test work.
			398 w/o Jun 6, 1951 near Kelly AFB, Texas in takeoff accident.  9 killed
			399 to MASDC
			401 cockpit section with The Aviation Warehouse of Adelanto, CA, a 
				company that specializes in supplying props to TV and film
				industries.
			403 to MASDC
			405 to MASDC
			406 to MASDC May 27, 1964
			407 to MASDC
			408 to MASDC
			409 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964.
			410 to MASDC
			411 converted to C-97D.  To MASDC as CH500 Jun 9, 1971.
			412 to MASDC Jul 9, 1964
			413 w/o Oct 22, 1951 near Kelly AFB, Texas on takeoff accident. 4 killed.
			415 converted to VC-97D.  Had corrosion and cracks in wing spars and deemed too expensive to repair.
				Used for burn pit exercises at Barksdale AFB in 1960s.  Scrapped by 1968.
			416 to MASDC
			417 to MASDC
			418 to MASDC
			419 to MASDC
			420 to MASDC May 21, 1964
			421 to MASDC
			423 to MASDC
48-424/523	Aeronca L-16B Grasshopper
			472 (c/n 7CCM-50) to civil registryy as N3956A
			487 (c/n 7CBM-487) to civil registry as N33JZ
48-524/562	Sikorsky H-5G
			524 w/o Fe 25, 1950 with A Flight 6 ARS of Westover AFB
			526 w/o May 27, 1950 with A Flt, 4 RES of Hamilton AFB.  There is a photo of this helicopter serialed as 48-524A taken in Korea in 1952
				serving with the 8063rd MASH.
			529 (2157th ARS) crashed May 12, 1953, Korea.
			531 (c/n 51.83) to civil registry as N1052
			536 (c/n 51.98) to civil registry as N6197C
			538 (3rd ARS) crashlanded Jan 12, 1952, repaired.  Landed in snow-filled
				hole, overturned Mar 25, 1952.
			539 (c/n 51.105) to civil registry as N13183.  Damaged at Gulfport, MS and rolled over after collision with
				ground/water while hovering Jul 4, 1968.  N13183 cancelled.
			540 (3rd ARS) destroyed by blast from tank mine Sep 30, 1950.
			541 (c/n 51.107) to civil registry as N74880.
			542 (3rd ARS) crashlanded Mar 17, 1952.
			545 (3rd ARS) crashed into mountainside Mar 9, 1951.
			547 (c/n 51.123) to civil registry as N6073C
			548 (c/n 51.127) to civil registry as N9845Z.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			552 (c/n 51.135) to civil registry as N6530D.
			555 (3rd ARS) shot down by enemy fire during SAR effort Sep 13, 1951.
			556 (3rd ARS) crashed after being hit by ground fire Oct 25, 1951.
			557 w/o May 27, 1950 with B Flt, 5 RES of Biggs AFB, TX
			558 (3rd ARS) mechanical failure Sep 8, 1951.  Seen 2004 in Army Aviation
				Museum
			559 (3rd ARS) crashed into sea off Korean coast Nov 21, 1951.
			562 w/o Apr 26, 1950 with 5 RES of Lowry AFB
48-563/567	Grumman OA-12A
			Ex USN J2F-6 amphibians acquired by USAF.  Sold to Colombia but remained in their crates
				in Georgia until sold in the USA in 1949.
			The plane marked as 48-563 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH is really USN BuNo 33587 marked as 48-563.
			563 was previously BuNo 32769.  It was abandoned in Alaska in 1948, recovered in 1973, restored
				and registered N8563F
48-568/587	Fairchild C-82A Packet
			c/n 10203/10222
			572 (c/n 10207) crashed on takeoff from Isachsen weather station, NWT, Canada May 20, 1949.
				Much of the wreck is still there.
			574 (c/n 10209) to civilian registry as N4753C, then to N7453C.  Now at McChord AFB Museum.  Registration
				N7453C cancelled by FAA Mar 17, 2005 as sale reported Jul 21, 1988.
			578 (c/n 10213) to Brazilian AF as C-82-2207.  To PT-DNZ with Amazonia Ind e
				Comercio SA.  W/o Oct 28, 1970.
			580 (c/n 10215) to Brazilan AF as FAB-2204
			581 (c/n 10216) to civilian registry as N4752C.  Put on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB,
				Ohio.  This plane was initially marked as 45-57735, but was later
				remarked in 1994 as 48-581. 
			582 (c/n 10217) crashed during training flight 5 mi NW of Mccleary, WA 
				Sep 30, 1949.  3 killed.  ASN
			584 (c/n 10219) to Brazilan AF as FAB-2065 then renumbered C-82-2200.  To
				Amazonia Ind e Comercio as PT-DLP.  
			585 (c/n 10220) to Brazilian AF as FAB-2202.  It is awaiting restoration.
			586 (c/n 10221) to Brazilian AF as FAB-2201. 
48-588/607	Grumman SA-16A Albatross
			Most converted to SA-16B  and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
			589, 599, 605, and 607 transferred to Philippines
			596, 597, and 603 transferred to Department of the Interior.
			48-592, 48-593, 48-598 and 48-600 became 11013, 11014, 11015 and 11017 
				with Taiwan AF, but order is not known
			588 (c/n G-1). To Taiwan AF as 11019. Written off 1963
			589 (c/n G-2)
			590 (c/n G-3). To Taiwan AF as 11018
			591 (c/n G-4). To Taiwan AF as 11016
			592 (c/n G-5). To Taiwan AF
			593 (c/n G-6). To Taiwan AF
			594 (c/n G-7). To Davis-Monthan 1953; to Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA 1959 prior to 
				disposal under MAP. To Taiwan AF as 11020
			595 (c/n G-8). To Taiwan AF as 11012. Preserved at Chiayi, Taiwan
			596 (c/n G-9)
			597 (c/n G-11)
			598 (c/n G-12).  To Taiwan AF
			599 (c/n G-14)
			600 (c/n G-15).  To Taiwan AF
			601 (c/n G-17)
			602 (c/n G-18) to reclamation Selfridge 23 Apr 1951
			603 (c/n G-20)
			604 (c/n G-21) to Taiwan AF as 11022
			605 (c/n G-23) to Philippine AF
			606 (c/n G-24). To Davis-Monthan 1953; to Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA 
				1959 prior to disposal under MAP. To Taiwan AF as 11021; shot down 
				Jan 9, 1966 by Chinese AF MiGs whilst on rescue mission
			607 (c/n G-26) to Philippine AF.  On display at Philippine AF Museum, Villamor AB in Apr 2010
48-608		Lockheed VC-121B Constellation
			c/n 749-2600.
			Delivered to USAF Nov 1948, retired Mar 1968.  Purchased by Kolar, INc Jun 1971,
				purchased by Aero Tech Inc Sep 1971.  Purchased by Aero Specialties Sep 1972
				and registered as N608AS.  To Globe Air, Inc Dec 1981.  To Silver Skies Inc Oct 1985.
				Scrapped at Ryan Field (Tucson, AZ) early 2002.  Last owner was Oliver Henry III 
				of Santa Fe, NM.
48-609/617	Lockheed C-121A Constellation
			c/n 749-2601/2609
			610/614 and 617 later converted to VC-121A VIP transports.
			609 (c/n 749-2601) delivered to USAF Dec 31, 1948. Damaged while attached to 1600ATG at Westover AFB, MA when 
				a C-54 (44-9133) collided with it while parked on May 10, 1949. Damaged Jul 31, 1949 while attached to 
				1600ABG at Westover AFB when it collided with another parked C-121A (48-615).  Retired to MASDC Mar 11, 1968.  
				Bought by Christler Flying Service May 5, 1970 and used as sprayer and registered as N9464.  Reregistered
				to Chandler Flying Serive Jul 10, 1970.  To Beaver Air Spray in Canada Apr 18, 1979 as C-CXKO.  To Conifair Aviation
				in 1980.  Sold to John Travolta Sep 1984 and registered as N494TW.  WFU and stored Ryan Field, AZ.  
				Acquired by Vern Raburn Sep 1991 and extensively restored.   Still flying as N494TW.  I
				saw this plane 8-5-95 at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill.  Delivered Apr 2005 to unspecified owner in South Korea.  
				Arrived at Pusan Apr 9, 2005 and repainted in Korean National Airline
				colors as HL-102.  To go on static display at Jeiu IAP.  To Korean Airlines Museum, Cheju Island Apr 18, 2005.
			610 named *Colombine II* while used by President-elect Eisenhower in 
				1952.  Leased to Pan Am as N9907F, then N9007E where it was transferred to govt of
				Thailand.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.  Retired from USAF Apr 1968.  To Christler
				Flying Serivice as N9463.  Now registered to Columbine II of Santa Fe, NM, where
				it has been parked since 1998 when it returned from an unsuccessful sale at
				auction at Scottsdale, Arizona.  Seen at Marana, Arizona in 2011.
			611 retired by USAF Apr 1968.  To Kolar, Inc Jun 1971, to Aero Tech Inc Sep 1971,
				to Aero Specialties equipped with spray bars and registered as N611AS.  To Globe Air
				Sep 1981, to Rafael Belliard Nov 1981.  To Aerolineas Argo in Dominican Republic
				as HI-393CT.   Reported derelict at Santo Domingo in 1997.
			612 (c/n 749-2604) to VC-121A,then VC-121B.  retired by USAF Oct 1967.  To Christler Flying Service as N9465.  To Beaver Air Spray
				as C-GXKR, then to Conifair Aviation as C-GXKR and acquired by Vern Raburn (who registered it as 
				N749VR) in 1993 together with a load of C-121 spares. Restored to flying condition as 
				N749NL by group from Holland.  Arrived in England Jul 25, 2002.  Since arrival in
				Holland, PH-LEL and PH-FLE have been allocated but NTU.  Registration PH-LDF
				has now ben reserved since Feb 25, 2004.
			613 (c/n 749-2605) used by General MacArthur as *Bataan* VIP transport.  Retired Jan 1966.
				Later transferred to NASA as N422NA for support of Apollo lunar landing program.
				Sent to Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker.  Transferred to Planes of Fame Air Museum,
				Valle, AZ.
			614 (c/n 749-2606) was General Eisenhower's first *Colombine*.  Later used
				by General Greunther of NATO.  Retired Jan 1967.  Now at Pima Air 
				and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			615 (c/n 749-2607) delivered to USAF Feb 16, 1949.  Used by General Vandenberg, named "Dewdrop".   Damaged at 
				Westover AFB, MA when another C-121A (48-0609) taxied into it while parked on Jul 31, 1949.  
				In 1950 to VC-121A. To HQ SHAPE 1953 and based at Paris-Orly. To USAF Europe as VIP transport 1962.
				Converted to VC-121B Jan 1967.   WFU and stored at MASDC Jul 1968.  Sold to Christler Flying Service 
				May 5, 1970, registered as N9466 and converted to agricultural sprayer.  Reregistered to
				Chandler Flyin Servic Jul 10, 1970.  Used in filming of "MacArthur" in 1976 and painted in SCAP
				markings.  Bought by Sea Hound International Inc Dec 6, 1978 and converted int freighter.  To Aerolineas 
				Argo of Dominican Republic May 1979 as HI-328.   Crashed into sea in heavy rain on final approach 
				to Harry Truman Airport at St Thomas, Virgin Islands Oct 26, 1981. 3 crew killed, 2 passengers survived.
				Wreckage sank in 150 feet of water the next day.
			616 to Ethiopian Airlines as ET-T-35.  Crashlanded in gear-up forced landing 41 km from 
				Khartoum Jul 10, 1957 due to midair engine fire.   6 crew and 14 passengers, no fatalities.
			617 to VC-121A, then VC-121B, then to Christler Flying Service as N9467, then 
				to Beaver Air Spray as C-GXKS.  After hydraulics failure forced the crew to make
				a precautionalry landing at Riviere du Loup, Canada Jun 21, 1979, the brakes failed and 
				aircraft overran the runway and was DBR.
48-618/627	Northrop YC-125B Raider
			c/n 2502/2511
			618 (c/n 2502) flew as N4050K.
			619 (c/n 2503) to Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami as N6521B
			620 (c/n 2504) to Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami as N2562B
			621 (c/n 2505) to N2563B with Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami.
				Reported W/O Aug 15, 1960, but seen Miami Int'l May 21, 1964 
				with Ambrose tls.
			623 (c/n 2507) to civil registry as N4194A
			624 (c/n 2508) to civil registry as N2564B with Quipco Associates,
				Hialeah, FL
			625 (c/n 2509) to civil registry as N2565B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation, Miami 
			626 (c/n 2510) on display at USAF Museum, marked as 48-622
			627 (c/n 2511) to civil registry as N2567B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation, Miami.
48-628/640	Northrop YC-125A Raider
			c/n 2512/2524
			629 (c/n 2513) to civil registry as N2568B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation, Miami
			631 (c/n 2515) to civil registry as N2569B
			632 (c/n 2516) to civil registry as N2570B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami.  Leased by Surinam (Surinaamse Luchtvaart 
				Maatschappij - SLM) from Ambrose Aviation as PZ-TAO, Jun 11, 
				1959 nosed over Coeroeni, repaired. Jan 12, 1959 Kayser 
				Mountains Airstrip; nosed over again. Repaired and flown back but 
				severely damaged during bad landing. 
			633 (c/n 2517) to civil registry as N2571B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami
			634 (c/n 2518) to civil registry as N3756Q
			635 (c/n 2519) to civil registry as N2572B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami 
			636 (c/n 2520) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ displayed as XB-GEY.
			637 (c/n 2521) to civil registry as N2574B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami.  According to the manufacturer's data plate, the C/n is 2522.
			638 (c/n 2522) to civil registry as N2575B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami
			639 (c/n 2523) to civil registry as N2576B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami
			640 (c/n 2524) to civil registry as N2577B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami
48-641/694	Republic F-84D-1-RE Thunderjet
			641 converted to EF-84D for use in Project Tip-Tow in wingtip hookup with B-29.    
				E prefix did not mean any modification prior to 15 Aug 55, it simply meant Exempt, and was painted on all 
				ARDC a/c so they did not have to be grounded by the routine TCTOs that used to pop up.  Crashed Apr 24, 1953 in
				incident with B-29 44-62093.
			650 Hamilton AFB surveyed 14 Mar 1951
			656 at Chanute AFB, marked as 488656.
			661 converted EF-84D for use in Project Tip-Tow in wingtip hookup with B-29.
				E prefix did not mean any modification prior to 15 Aug 55, it simply meant Exempt, and was painted on all 
				ARDC a/c so they did not have to be grounded by the routine TCTOs that used to pop up. 
48-695/744	Republic F-84D-5-RE Thunderjet
			716 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 23, 1952.
			717 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) lost wing on Naktong Bomb Range Aug 11, 1952.
			723 crashed in England Aug 5, 1950
			741 on display at Savannah IAP, GA.
48-745/794	Republic F-84D-10-RE Thunderjet
			745 w/o in takeoff accident at Dobbins AFB, GA Mar 21, 1950
			754 crashed after midair collision with RAF Meteor VW431 Sep 14, 1950
			758 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) crashed into hill May 21, 1952.
			760 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) shot down by MiG May 17, 1952.
			769 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) wing failed while pulling out of dive Aug 11, 1952.
			770 (136th FBW) pilot bailed out near Wonsan Harbor, Korea May 10, 1952.
				Pilot bailed out.
			780 believed w/o in accident at Shaw AFB, SC Jun 8, 1949.
			793 to reclamation Shaw AFB 26 Apr 1951
48-795		Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
			c/n 43160.   Built from scratch (was not converted from C-74 42-65406).  Never fitted with radome.  Had 
			R-4360-35 engines and Hamilton Standard 3 blade props.  
48-796/860	Bell H-13B Sioux
			c/n 101/104,80/100,105/144
			One converted to YH-13C and 15 converted to H-13C
			796 (c/n 101) to N8310
			802 (c/n 82) to N199W, N310A
			803 (c/n 83) became N201W.  Noted stored dismantled at Lower Upham, England Aug 2005.
			804 (c/n 84) to N4227A
			805 (c/n 85) to N75098, N739B
			813 (c/n 93) to N9115R
			817 (c/n 97) to N8060E
			820 (c/n 100) to N4253A, N1200Z
			826 (c/n 110) to N4295A
			827 (c/n 111) at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			832 (c/n 116) to N588T, 
			833 (c/n 117) to N4252A
			838 (c/n 122) to N203W, N4955S
			845 (H-13C) in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			847 (c/n 131) to N7786C
48-861/862	Cancelled contract
48-863/912	Lockheed F-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			868 to civil registry as N80PP).  Now with EAA Museum marked as 45-8398.
			884 to Ecuador AF as TF-884.  To MASDC Jul 1, 1965.
48-913/920	Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
			Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
48-921/1078	Ryan L-17B Navion 
			C/n NAV-4-1627/1784.  Redesignated U-18B in 1962.
			921 (NAV-4-1627) became N4627K, operated by Pillsbury Mills Feed Soy Div out of Clinton, IA; deregistered 1951.
			922 (NAV-4-1628) to N4179A
			923 (NAV-4-1629) became N7630B with Rock Valley College Aviation Tech Dept in Rockford, IL.  Deregistered in 1969, 
				but the registration was reserved in 1970, not taken up. It was photographed in Rockford, IL in 2007 in need 
				of restoration.  The photographer noted that the aircraft was exported to England.
			924 (NAV-4-1630) became N2127Y private owner, deregistered 2007
			925 (NAV-4-1631) to N999S
			926 (NAV-4-1632) became N4246A with Civil Air Patrol in Sandston, VA, deregistered 1963.
			927 (NAV-4-1633) became N2791A with USAF at Kirtland AFB, deregistered 1968.  Was involved in emergency off-field, 
				wheels up landing in Albuquerque, NM on Jul 20, 1967, with substantial damage
			928 (NAV-4-1634) became N7635B with USAF at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL. deregistered 1965.
			929 (NAV-4-1635) is registered as N2341.
			930 c/n is NAV-4-1636
			931 (NAV-4-1637) became N555V with USAF Eglin AFB, deregistered 1971.  It was operated at some point by the flying 
				club at Quantico, VA
			932 (NAV-4-1638) to N236CS
			933 (NAV-4-1639) to N842JW
			934 (NAV-4-1640)
			935 (NAV-4-1641) became N4292A with Army at Watervliet, NY, Deregistered 1981
			936 (NAV-4-1642) became N8086E. Was destroyed in a fatal crash Mar 29, 1964 in Vera Cruz, Mexico
			937 (NAV-4-1643)
			938 (NAV-4-1644) to N4903E.  Landed in trees in Gorgi May 14, 2000 after fuel pump failure.
			939 (NAV-4-1645)
			940 (NAV-4-1646) to N4971E
			941 (NAV-4-1647)
			942 (NAV-4-1648)
			943 (NAV-4-1649) became N6072V with Army at Ft. Sheridan, IL, deregistered 1970.
			944 (NAV-4-1650) is registered as N8068E.  Has confirmed Korean War service with 3rd Infantry Division.
			945 (NAV-4-1651) was registered as N4208A with Army at Ft. Eustis, VA.  On Aug 4. 1969 it suffered substantial 
				damage in a take-off accident; assume it was written off since it was deregistered in 1970.
			946 (NAV-4-1652)
			947 (NAV-4-1653) is registered as N4294C
			948 (NAV-4-1654) to N5042K
			949 (NAV-4-1655) became N2776A with Ft. Benning Flying club, deregistered 1965
			950 (NAV-4-1656) has known service with 1st Cavalry in Korean War.
			951 (NAV-4-1657) was registered as N1400Z.  O 6/26/98 the aircraft was destroyed in a non-fatal accident
			952 (NAV-4-1658)
			953 (NAV-4-1659) to civil registry as N8379H, and it was registered to the Army at Ft. Leavenworth, deregistered 1970.
			954 (NAV-4-1660)
			955 (NAV-4-1661) to N999L
			956 (NAV-4-1662)
			957 (NAV-4-1663) became N8242E with the South Carolina Committee for Technical Education, deregistered 1976
			958 (NAV-4-1664) to N9509Z
			959 (NAV-4-1665) became N4953E with CAP, Maxwell AFB, deregistered 1974
			960 (NAV-4-1666)
			961 (NAV-4-1667)
			962 (NAV-4-1668) to N1017B
			963 9NAV-4-1669) was registered as N1669Z.  It was destroyed in a fatal accident on 5/21/94;
			964 (NAV-4-1670) became N999T, deregistered 1983.
			965 (NAV-4-1671)
			966 (NAV-4-1672) to N5594A
			967 (NAV-4-1673) to N5041K
			968 (NAV-4-1674) became N7709B with Ft. Benning Flying Club, deregistered 1974
			969 (NAV-4-1675) to N6489D
			970 (NAV-4-1676) was registered N3906K.  It was destroyed in a non-fatal accident in Jacksonville, FL on Jan 1, 1982.
			971 (NAV-4-1677) became N6076V with Army at Ft. Sheridan, IL.  It was destroyed in a fatal accident at Aroma Park, IL 
				on Mar 24, 1966
			972 (NAV-4-1678) has confirmed Korean War service with the 7th Infantry Division
			973 (NAV-4-1679) to N6844C
			974 (NAV-4-1680) to N7733C
			975 (NAV-4-1681)
			976 (NAV-4-1682) was registered as N8380H with Army at Ft. Riley, KS, deregistered 1974
			977 (NAV-4-1683)
			978 (NAV-4-1684) was registered as N8084E with Navion Division of TUSCO.  Deregistered 1962.
			979 (NAV-4-1685) to N9064R
			980 (NAV-4-1686) was registered as N8085E with Navion Division of TUSCO.  Deregistered 1962.
			981 (NAV-4-1687) became N10551 with Ft. Rucker Flying Club, deregistered 1970
			982 (NAV-4-1688) to N7727C
			983 (NAV-4-1689)
			984 (NAV-4-1690) to N10327.  Destroyed in windstorm in 2004.
			985 (NAV-4-1691)
			986 (NAV-4-1692) became N333Y with Ft. Meyer Flying Club, deregistered 1965
			987 (NAV-4-1693)
			988 (NAV-4-1694) became N9037R with Blytheville AFB Flying Club, AR; deregistered 1965
			989 (NAV-4-1695)to N5040K
			990 (NAV-4-1696) to N4913E
			991 (NAV-4-1697)
			992 (NAV-4-1698)
			993 (NAV-4-1699) to N7735C
			994 (NAV-4-1700)
			995 (NAV-4-1701) was registered to the USAF as N999N.  I can't find an NTSB report, but there is a listing of 
				crash sites in WV which says where the wreckage is, and claims the plane crashed on Nov 2, 1987.  However, 
				FAA shows the plane deregistered on Jul 8, 1965.  There has to be confusion somewhere!  Perhaps the 
				wreckage was found in 1987? 
			996 (NAV-4-1702) to N6589
			997 (NAV-4-1703) to N8664E
			998 (NAV-4-1704)
			999 (NAV-4-1705)
			1000 (NAV-4-1706) became N804Z with USAF at Bolling Field, deregistered 1963
			1001 (NAV-4-1707) to N7748C
			1002 (NAV-4-1708)
			1003 (NAV-4-1709)
			1004 (NAV-4-1710)
			1005 (NAV-4-1711)
			1006 (NAV-4-1712) became N10409 with Griffins AFB Aero Club, deregistered 1975.
			1007 (NAV-4-1713)transferred to Schweizer Aircraft Co for maintenance, then stored at Middletown Air
				Depot, PA for storage.  To Civil Air Patrol as N7734C and SOC.  Purchased by private
				owner in Jun 1970 and re-registered N77BH 
			1008 (NAV-4-1714) to N4929E
			1009 (NAV-4-1715)
			1010 (NAV-4-1716) to N3366G
			1011 (NAV-4-1717) to N8222E.  Sale reported to Germany
			1012 (NAV-4-1718) was registered as N1006B, deregistered 2009.
			1013 (NAV-4-1719) became N10562 with USAF at Kirtland AFB, deregistered 1970
			1014 (NAV-4-1720) became N10557 with USAF at Kirtland AFB, deregistered 1969
			1015 (NAV-4-1721) to N805Z
			1016 (NAV-4-1722) became N999Q registered to USAF in Washington, DC, deregistered 1971. On 11/13/66 this aircraft ran out of fuel and landed in a golf course in Denville, NJ, receiving substantial damage, probably written off.
			1017 (NAV-4-1723)
			1018 (NAV-4-1724)
			1019 (NAV-4-1725)
			1020 (NAV-4-1726)
			1021 (NAV-4-1727) to N2995C.  With American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum.
			1022 (NAV-4-1728)
			1023 (NAV-4-1729) became N6834D with USAF at Grand Forks AFB, deregistered 1965
			1024 (NAV-4-1730)
			1025 (NAV-4-1731) became N9097C with the McConnell AFB flying club, deregistered 1971
			1026 (NAV-4-1732) became N7710B with US Army at Outlaw Field in Tennessee.  Deregistered 1961
			1027 (NAV-4-1733)
			1028 (NAV-4-1734)
			1029 (NAV-4-1735)
			1030 (NAV-4-1736) has confirmed Korean War service with 1st Cavalry Division.  To N4238A
			1031 (NAV-4-1737) is registered N7728C vs your showing N772BC.
			1032 (NAV-4-1738) became N4197A with the Army at Ft. Wadsworth, NY, deregistered 1965.
			1033 (NAV-4-1739) to N4780C
			1034 (NAV-4-1740)
			1035 (NAV-4-1741)
			1036 (NAV-4-1742)
			1037 (NAV-4-1743)
			1038 (NAV-4-1744)
			1039 (NAV-4-1745)
			1040 (NAV-4-1746) became N6722C with US Army at Camp Irwin, CA.  Deregistered 1970
			1041 (NAV-4-1747)
			1042 (NAV-4-1748) to N5426V.  Currently sitting derelict in North Pole, Alaska
			1043 (NAV-4-1749)
			1044 (NAV-4-1750) became N1722M with the Army at Ft. Bragg Flying club, deregistered 1970
			1045 (NAV-4-1751)
			1046 (NAV-4-1752) to N555U.  in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			48-1047 (NAV-4-1753) became N8081E.  The aircraft was involved in a landing accident in Big Bear, CA on Jun 23, 1990.  
				Deregistered Dec 12, 1990.
			1048 (NAV-4-1754) became N2780A with Army at Ft. Campbell, KY, deregistered 1990
			1049 (NAV-4-1755) became N7242C with Army at Ft. Huachuca, AZ, deregistered 1970
			1050 (NAV-4-1756) became N10151, deregistered 1976
			1051 (NAV-4-1757) became N61297 with Ft. Leavenworth Flying club, deregistered in 1958, then N2979C with Army at 
				Ft. Leavenworth, KS, deregistered 1964.  It was only registered N61297 for the one month in 1958, 
			1052--plane painted as this number has c/n NAV-4-1552, so it might not be the original.
			1053 (NAV-4-1759) became N10003 with West Point Flying Club.  Landing accident with substantial damage in Chester, CT 
				on Apr 3, 1966; deregistered 1970. 
			1054 (NAV-4-1760) to N4986N
			1055 (NAV-4-1761)
			1056 (NAV-4-1762)
			1057 (NAV-4-1763) became N555W with Ft. Meyer Army Flying Club, deregistered 1965.
			1058 (NAV-4-1764)
			1059 (NAV-4-1765)
			1060 (NAV-4-1766) to N10133.  restored, in original colors, and flying at Hicks Field, TX.
			1061 (NAV-4-1767) 
			1062 (NAV-4-1768) to N6850C.  Deregistered Jul 20, 2011
			1063 (NAV-4-1769) became N4243A with Ft. Lee, VA Flying Club, deregistered 1965
			1064 (NAV-4-1770)
			1065 (NAV-4-1771) is registered as N42056.
			1066 (NAV-4-1772) became N6603C with US Army at Ft. Lewis, WA, deregistered 1970
			1067 (NAV-4-1773) on civilian registry as N8RC
			1068 (NAV-4-1774) to N715CT
			1069 (NAV-4-1775) to N1069P
			1070 (NAV-4-1776) became N7828B with Ft. Sam Houston Flying Club.  It was destroyed in an accident 
				with a fatality on June 1, 1964.
			1071 (NAV-4-1777) became N4232A with Ft. Knox Aero Club.  Destroyed in fatal crash in Whitney Point,
				 NY, unknown date.
			1072 (NAV-4-1778) became N6405D with Army at Ft. Sam Houston, deregistered 1971
			1073 (NAV-4-1779)
			1074 (NAV-4-1780) became N3787G registered to John Planker in New Jersey, deregistered 1981.
			1075 (NAV-4-1781) became N4902E with USAF at Langley AFB, deregistered 1970.  To N91173, on display at 
				MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio.  This particular L-17 was delivered to the 176th Infantry Regiment, 
				Virginia Army National Guard, Washington DC on 18 February 1949, and transferred to the U.S. Army Field 
				Forces in January 1951. On May 5, 1953 a repair tag was installed on the airframe from Far East Air 
				Materiel Command 6400th Maintenance Group at SHOWA, Kisarazu A.B. Japan.  It was returned from the Far East 
				Air Materiel Command in 1955 and went on to serve with the Civil Air Patrol, Syracuse University 
				ROTC (Air University) Elmira NY, 255th ROTC Detachment State University of Iowa, Iowa City IA, Strategic 
				Air Command (flyable storage) Offutt AFB NE, and in 1961 Langley Aero Club, Langley VA. It was listed as 
				destroyed in 1970 and sold as scrap. It was retrieved from a storage building 1993 and then went through a 
				five year restoration, and at this time her military history was realized.  It turns out that N91173 was actually 
				originally associated with a destroyed Navion that crashed on takeoff at Toledo Ohio, and the paper work was 
				associated with NAV-4-1781 when it was recovered in 1970.
			1076 (NAV-4-1782)
			1077 (NAV-4-1783) to N7803B
			1078 (NAV-4-1784) to N4951C
48-1079/1300	Cancelled Contract
48-1301/1368	North American T-6C Texan
			Ordered as AT-6, redesignated T-6C after delivery.  Were ex-USN SNJ-4s that had been transferred
			to the CAA, but later redelivered to the USAF.
48-1369/1370	Chase YC-122A
48-1371/1372	North American XT-28 Trojan
			c/n 159-2,3.  Originally designated XBT-28
48-1373/1375	Grumman OA-12B 
			Designation given by surplus J2F-6 overhauled by USAF and sent to Colombia.
48-1376/1383	Cancelled contract
48-1384		Bell X-1A
			Exploded while suspended under mothership during test Aug 8, 1955.  Jettisoned into Edwards AFB range
48-1385		Bell X-1B
			Used for aerodynamic heat research and later to train X-2 pilots.
				On display at WPAFB Museum.
48-1386		Bell X-1D
			Caught fire while suspended under mothership Aug 22, 1951.  Jettisoned into Rogers Dry Lake
48-1387		Cancelled contract for Bell X-1C