1949 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised October 10, 2014



49-001/048		Cancelled contract for North American F-93A
49-049/058		Cancelled contract for Kellett YH-10A
49-059/068		Cancelled contract for North American F-93A
49-069/100		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Were formerly USN PF-1As 124292/124323 which were transferred to USAF.  Most were later converted to SA-16B
					and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				098 transferred to Spain under MDAP in 1954.
				069 (c/n 27) delivered to USAF Jun 27, 1950.  Crashed at Little Placentia Bay, Argentia Mar 1956
				070 (c/n 28) delivered to USAF Jun 30, 1950.
				071 (c/n 29) delivered to USAF Jul 5, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6528 Apr 6, 1959.  Sold as scrap Jul 1980
			072 (c/n 30) delivered to USAF Jul 21, 1950.  Damaged 27th July 1952 when dispatched from Wheelus AFB, Libya to assist 
				Tropic Airways Dakota ZS-DFB with 32 people aboard en route from Malta to Benghazi which had suffered an engine failure and 
				ditched in the Mediterranean Sea 110 miles NW of its destination.  Despite heavy seas the aircraft made a water landing to assist 
				the survivors and managed to pick them all up from their life rafts.  When surface vessels eventually reached the scene to take 
				aboard those who had been rescued, their whaleboats were thrown against the aircraft and damaged it to such an extent as to 
				make it unflyable.  The aircraft crew was taken aboard a Royal Navy Frigate which towed the SA-16 to Benghazi, Libya , arriving 
				there on 30th July.  Further damage to the aircraft’s radome, port engine and port wing was caused during collisions with the 
				frigate while under tow.  The wreck was subsequently returned to Wheelus AFB aboard a US Navy LSD.  The aircraft was not 
				repaired; it was authorised for salvage on 13th April 1953.
				073 (c/n 31) delivered to USAF Jul 21, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6529 Apr 6, 1959.  Sold as scrap Dec 1978.
					The plane at Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil painted as FAB 6529 is really FAB 6534.
				074 (c/n 32) delivered to USAF Aug 11, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as 6530 Oct 6, 1958.   To PT-ZAS Lindalvo de Carta
					in 1991.  To N97HU Paragon Ranch Inc, Broomfield CO 4.10.94. Arrived Victoria BC 6.3.96 for restoration. 
					Sold to Mexico, cancelled May 5, 2004. XB-JHH registered 2004. Forced landing on sea on Mexican 
					coastline under pursuit by Mexican military, Playa de la Ventanilla, near Puerto Escondido, 
					Oaxaca 10.8.04 (drug running flight: aircraft taxiied up on beach, abandoned: rep. 1 crew killed, 
					2 escaped). Complete airframe on beach, mostly covered by sand 2008.
				075 (c/n 33) delivered to USAF Aug 15, 1950 to Brazilian AF as FAB 6531 Oct 6, 1958.  Sold as PT-ZAV 
					Lindalvo de Carta .1991. N98HU Paragon Ranch Inc, Broomfield CO 4.10.94. Aerocrafters Inc, Santa Rosa CA 1.2.96.  
					Sold to Brisbane QLD Australia, cancelled 14Feb13
				076 (c/n 34) Delivered to USAF 12Sep50. SOC Jan 15, 1962. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF 
					as 11023,  Preserved at Gangshan, Taiwan
				077 (c/n 35) delivered to USAF Sep 12, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6532 Oct 6, 1958.  Sold as scrap Apr 1979
				078 (c/n 36) delivered to USAF Oct 13, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6533 Oct 6, 1958.  Sold as scrap Mar 1977.
				079 (c/n 37) delivered to USAF Oct 26, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6534 Oct 6, 1958.  Preserved at Museu 
					Aeroespacial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil painted as FAB 6529 (49-073) 
				080 (c/n 38) delivered to USAF Oct 26, 1950.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6535 Apr 6, 1959.  Sold as PT-ZAT.
					Aircraft was used 2009 in filming ‘The Expendables’, directed by Sylvester Stallone. Aircraft 
					returned to Campinas after filming.  Carries ‘Global Wildlife Conservancy’ titles and logo.
  				081 (c/n 39) MAP to Brazilian AF as FAB 6536 Feb 13, 1959.  Crashed Apr 22, 1959 at
					Porto Alegre, Brazil
				082 (c/n 40) MAP to Brazilian AF as FAB 6537 Oct 6, 1958.  Sold as PT-ZAX Lindalvo de Carta 1991. 
					N99HU Paragon Ranch Inc, Broomfield CO 4.10.94. Aerocrafters Inc, Santa Rosa CA 01/03
					4.10.94. Aerocrafters Inc, Santa Rosa CA 01/03.  AFB Inc, Bear DE, registered 6Mar 6, 2006, expired Oct 21, 2013.
				083 (c/n 41) delivered to USAF Nov 6, 1950.  (3rd ARS) crashed while landing near Tsushima Airport, Japan 
					Jan 20, 1951.
				084 (c/n 42) delivered to USAF Nov 21, 1950.
				085 (c/n 43) delivered to USAF Nov 21, 1950.  MAP to Brazilian AF as FAB 6538 Feb 13, 1959.   Sold as scrap Jul 1978
				086 (c/n 44) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1950.
				087 (c/n 45) delovered to USAF Dec 12, 1950.  MAP to Brazilian AF as FAB 6539 Feb 13, 1959.  Crashed Jan 17, 1979 
					at Itacaja, MA
				088 (c/n 46) delivered to USAF Dec 28, 1950.  MAP to German Navy/Kriegsmarine.  Marks SC+106 allocated but 
					not taken up; became RE+506, later 60+01. Broken up
				089 (c/n 47) delivered to USAF Jan 3, 1951.  SOC Jan 15, 1969.  MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF 
					as 11024. On display at the Ching Chuan Kang AFB Collection, Taipei, Taiwan
				090 (c/n 48) delivered to USAF Jan 16, 1951.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 6540 Oct 30, 1958.  Crashed Mar 13, 1979 
					at Florianopolis, Brazil
				091 (c/n 49) delivered to USAF Jan 30, 1951.  MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1-4.  WFU
				092 (c/n 50) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1951.  MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1-3.  W/o May 25, 1973
				093 (c/n 51) delivered to USAF Jan 10, 1951.  MAP to Brazilian AF as FAB 6541 Oct 30, 1958.  Crashed 
					Dec 28, 1977 at Manaus, Brazil
				094 (c/n 52) delivered to USAF Mar 5, 1951.
				095 (c/n 53) delivered to USAF Mar 9, 1951.  MAP to West German Navy/Kriegsmarine.  Marks SC+107 allocated 
					but not taken up; became RE+507, later 60+02.  Became N13047.  May have gone to Indonesian Navy Nov 1977
				096 (c/n 54) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1951.  MAP to West German Navy/Kriegsmarine.  Marks SC+108 allocated 
					but not taken up; became RE+508, later 60+03.  Became N13046 Jun 1972.   May have gone to Indonesian Navy.
				097 (c/n 55) delivered to USAF Mar 31, 1951. MAP delivery to Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile. Returned to Grumman
					for modification to Model G-315, designated SA-16B/ASW.  To N8064N with Confederate Air Force, Harlingen TX in 1979. 
					To Resorts International Inc/ Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Oct 1979.   To N16HU Westernair Inc, 
					Albuquerque NM Jun 1989. To XB-FKX Eloy S. Vallina, Chihuahua, Mexico  in 1990.   To N16HU Westernair Inc, 
					Albuquerque NM 1Jul 17, 1995.  To John Fetko/Land Air & Sea Restoration, Cresent City FL, registered Feb 3, 1999, current
				098 (c/n 56) delivered to USAF Mar 31, 1951.  MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1-5.  W/o Sep 3, 1973
				099 (c/n 57) delivered to USAF Mar 31, 1951.   MAP delivery to Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile. Returned to 
					Grumman for modification to Model G-315, designated SA-16B/ASW.  To N8497J, current
				100 (c/n 58) delivered to USAF Apr 11, 1951. MAP delivery to Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile. Returned to Grumman  Jul 12, 1962
					for modification to Model G-315, designated SA-16B/ASW.  Scrapped.
49-101/109		Fairchild C-119B-10-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10338/10346
				101 (c/n 10338) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1965
				102 (c/n 10339) converted to C-119C 1955/56
				104 (c/n 10341) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1965
				105 (c/n 10342) w/o at Ashiya AB, Japan Oct 12, 1950.  3 of 8 onboard killed.
				106 (c/n 10343) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 15, 1965
				107 (c/n 10344) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1965
				108 (c/n 10345) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 15, 1965
				109 (c/n 10346) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 20, 1965
49-110/118		Fairchild C-119B-12-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10347/10355
				110 (c/n 10347) converted to C-119C 1955/56
				111 (c/n 10348) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1965
				112 (c/n 10349) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1965
				113 (c/n 10350) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1965
				114 (c/n 10351) damaged in taxi accident Jun 7, 1950 at Sewart AB, Tennessee.
				115 (c/n 10352) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 15, 1965
				116 (c/n 10353) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 20, 1965
				117 (c/n 10354) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1965
				118 (c/n 10355) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1965
49-119/124		Fairchild C-119C-12-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10356/10361.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
				119 (c/n 10356) to MASDC Mar 11, 1969 as CJ292
				120 (c/n 10357) damaged in landing at Ashiya AB, Japan Mar 16 1951.
				121 (c/n 10358) to MASDC Jun 12, 1965
				122 (c/n 10359) To MASDC Apr 29, 1965.  To N13745 of Hemet Valley Flying Service
				123 (c/n 10360, 314th TCW, 62nd TCS) was flying with 48-350 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.
				124 (c/n 10361) to MASDC Oct 9, 1965
49-125/139		Fairchild C-119C-13-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10362/10376.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
				125 (c/n 10362) to MASDC Sep 28, 1965
				127 (c/n 10364) to MASDC Mar 28, 1969
				128 (c/n 10365) damaged in landing accident Oct 1, 1950 at Kimpo AB, South Korea.
				129 (c/n 10366) to MASDC Jan 18, 1969
				130 damaged in landing accident Jun 24, 1951 at Ashiya AB, Japan
				131 (c/n 10368) to MASDC Jan 18, 1969
				132 (c/n 10369) to MASDC Jan 7, 1967.  To civil registry as N13743, preserved Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				133 (c/n 10370) to MASDC Mar 28, 1969.  To civil registry as N9955F
				134 (c/n 10371) w/o Jun 28, 1950 near Hendersonville, Tennessee
				135 (c/n 10372) to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
				137 to Morocco as CNA_MA, CN-AMA
				138 (c/n 10375) damaged in landing accident Dec 7, 1950 at Ashiya AB, Japan.
				139 (c/n 10376) to Civil Air Transport (after purchase by CIA) as 9139
49-140/154		Fairchild C-119C-14-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10377/10391.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
				141 (c/n 10378) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				142 (c/n 10379) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				143 (c/n 10380) to MASDC
				144 (c/n 10381) to MASDC
				145 (c/n 10382) w/o Sep 14, 1950 at Ashiya AB, Japan
				146 (c/n 10383) damaged in ground accident at Tachikawa AB, Japan Feb 20, 1951
				149 (c/n 10386) loaned to French AF from 314th TCW.  Missing with
					mixed CAT/French crew after taking flak over Dien Bien Phu
					May 6, 1954.
				151 (c/n 10387) to MASDC Nov 11, 1966
				152 (c/n 10389) to N13746 of Hemet Valley Flying Service.
					 Used by Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 9152.  
				154 (c/n 10391) to MASDC Sep 28, 1965
49-155/169		Fairchild C-119C-15-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10392/10406.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
				156 (c/n 10393) to MASDC Mar 28, 1969
				157 (c/n 10394) to MASDC as CJ112 Oct 9, 1965.  At Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				159 (c/n 10396) to MASDC Apr 6, 1966
				161 (c/n 10398) damaged in landing accident at Taegu AB, Sough Korea Mar 21, 1951.
				162 (c/n 10399) seen at Taegu, Korea Oct 1950 with both tail booms broken.
				163 (c/n 10400) damaged in taxi accident at Campbell AB, Kentucky Aug 24, 1950
				164 (c/n 10401) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				165 (c/n 10402) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				166 (c/n 10403) w/o Nov 9, 1950 at K-9 in South Korea
				167 (c/n 10404) with 59th WRS, detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1955.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1965
				168 (c/n 10405, 314th TCW, 50th TCS) crashed Mar 23, 1951 in South Korea.  2 of 8 onboard killed.
				169 (c/n 10406) hit high ground and w/o near Tachikawa AB, Japan Sep 27, 1951.
49-170/184		Fairchild C-119C-16-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10407/10421.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
				170 (c/n 10407) to MASDC as May 25, 1966
				171 (c/n 10408) to Morocco as CNA-MB or CN-AMB
				172 (c/n 10409, 314th TCW, 61st TCS) crashed into sea off Pohang, Korea after both engines 
					fell off Jan 16, 1952.  3 of 5 onboard killed.
				174 (c/n 10411) to MASDC Sep 21, 1965
				176 (c/n 10413) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				177 (c/n 10414) to MASDC Oct 9, 1965
				178 (c/n 10415) to MASDC Oct 9, 1965
				179 (c/n 10416) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				180 (c/n 10417) to Morocco as CNA-ME or CN-AME
				183 (c/n 10420) to Morocco as CNA-MF or CN-AMF
				184 (c/n 10421) to MASDC Sep 21, 1965
49-185/199		Fairchild C-119C-17-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10422/10436.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
				185 (c/n 10422) to MASDC Sep 21, 1965
				186 (c/n 10423) to French AF in Vietnam from 483rd TCW.  Shot down
					on approach to Dien Bien Phu Mar 11, 1954.
				187 (c/n 10424) to Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 187.  Became EC-119C for some time.  
					Sold to Morocco as CNA-MC or CN-AMC
				188 (c/n 10425) to MASDC Sep 30, 1965
				189 (c/n 10426) w/o Nov 2, 1950 in crash 7 mi NW of Griffiss AFB, Tennessee 
				190 (c/n 10427) to Morocco as CNA-MD or CN-AMD
				191 (c/n 10428) to MASDC Mar 28, 1969 
				192 (c/n 10429) crashed in Tennessee Jun 4, 1951 when went out of
					control and disintegrated in flight 12 mi SE of Jackson, TN.
				193 (c/n 10430) to MASDC Sep 30, 1965
				194 (c/n 10431) to MASDC Jan 7, 1967.  To N13742 of Hemet Valley Flying Service
				195 (c/n 10432) collided with C-124C 52-0981 Mar 27, 1958 near
					Bridgeport, TX.  3 on board the C-119C were killed,
					15 on board the C-124C killed.
				196 (c/n 10433) to MASDC Sep 28, 1965
				197 (c/n 10434) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				198 (c/n 10435) to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
				199 (c/n 10436) to MASDC Jan 7, 1967.  To civil registry as N13744.  Preserved at Castle
					Air Museum, CA on indefinite loan from US Forest Service.  A plate having
					the serial number 10436 was recovered from a crash site in California.
					But FAA records and NMoUSAF agree that the plane is 49-199.
49-200/206		Cancelled contract for Boeing B-54A
				originally designated B-50C
49-207/229		Cancelled contract for Boeing RB-54A
				originally designated RB-50C
49-230			Boeing XB-52 Stratofortress
				c/n 16248
49-231			Boeing YB-52 Stratofortress
				c/n 16249
49-232/259		Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
				c/n 43161/43188
				232 (c/n 43161) crashed near New Lisbon, IN May 23, 1951.  7 of 12 onboard killed.  Made
					emergency landing in a cornfield and caught fire and burned.
				233 (c/n 43162) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
				234 (c/n 43163) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
				235 (c/n 43164) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
				236 (c/n 43165) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ0336 Feb 13, 1967 
				237 (c/n 43166) damaged in landing accident Feb 7, 1951 at Rapid City AB, South Dakota.
				238 (c/n 43167) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
				239 (c/n 43168) developed engine problems after takeoff from
					Richards-Begaur AFB, MO and crashed on attempt to return.
					All 7 onboard killed.  (ASN)
				240 (c/n 43169) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
				241 (c/n 43170) to MASDC Feb 13, 1967
				242 (c/n 43171) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
				243 (c/n 43172) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 3, 1970 as CQ145
				244 (c/n 43173, 2nd Strategic Support Squadron) exploded in flight over North Atlantic near Ireland
					Mar 22/23, 1951.  53 killed, including Gen Paul Cullen and his command staff.  Newspapers at the time
					claim that the plane actually managed to ditch intact and all persons egressed safely.  A B-29 that found them and
					circled the scene saw rafts and got signals from the rescue radios that all were safe.  However, when rescuers
					reached the scene 19 hours later, there were no survivors and all that could be recovered was a burned 
					briefcase and a partially deflated life raft.  Intelligence released in the decades that followed suggests
					there was some serious Soviet submarine activity in that area and speculated the Cullen and the other survivors
					were captured and taken to the Soviet Union for questioning.  The disappearance of the survivors remains a 
					great mystery of the Cold War
				245 (c/n 43174) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1969
				246 (c/n 43175) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 10, 1969 as CQ012
				247 (c/n 43176) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jun 23, 1971 as CQ193
				248 (c/n 43177) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1969
				249 (c/n 41378) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 28, 1969
				250 (c/n 43179) damaged Jun 2, 1851 in takeoff accident at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.  Converted to C-124C.
					 To MASDC Jul 30, 1969.
				252 (c/n 43181) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ113 Nov 14, 1969
				253 (c/n 43182) converted to C-124C.  3rd Strategic Support Squadron.  Damaged at Kindley AFB, Bermuda 
					Dec 2, 1952 when landed short and broke left main landing gear; repairs completed Jun53.  Aircraft was 
					on a secret mission from Hunter AFB to undisclosed destination probably carrying nuclear weapons.
					To MASDC Jun 3, 1969
				254 (c/n 43183) crashed on takeoff at Shreveport-Barksdale AFB, LA
					Jul 6, 1959.  The plane was on a nuclear logistics movement
					mission, and one weapon was destroyed, causing slight
					contamination.
				255 (c/n 43184) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ142 Jan 8, 1970.
				256 (c/n 43185) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 13, 1969.
				257 (c/n 43186) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ091 Jun 17, 1969
				258 (c/n 43187) was at Offutt AFB, NB but moved to Dover AFB, DE.  
					Now under restoration at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE
				259 (c/n 43188) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1969
49-260/292		Boeing B-50D-110-BO Superfortress
				c/n 16036/16068
				260 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft. To MASDC. Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
				261 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Made wheels-up landing (53rd WRS)
					at RAF Muldenhall, England Dec 15, 1959. SOC Jan 21, 1960 and dismantled for spares.
				263 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
				264 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				265 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				266 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				267 (97th BG) crashed Jul 13, 1950 in rural Ohio.  All aboard killed.  Witnesses
					saw the plane spinning out of the base of a storm system, engines screaming,
					breaking up and boring into the ground.
				268 crashed on takeoff from Boeing Field Aug 13, 1951.  All aboard killed.
				269 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23,1965
				270 (341st BS, 97th BG) hit trees on takeoff and crashed 1 mi N of Abbington Piggott, UK Feb 3, 1951.
				271 (509th BW, 830th BS) stalled and crashed near Lakenheath, UK Jun 24, 1952.  All 11 aboard
					killed.  Was one of 11 aircraft formating in a turn, may have stalled in order to 
					avoid a collision.
				274 damaged Jun 12, 1950 near Sioux Falls, South Dakota
				275 damaged in landing accident at Burtonwood, UK Aug 20, 1950.
				277 (97th BG, 342nd BS) crashed Nov 15, 1950 15 mi NNW of Montpelier, France due to total
					loss of electrical power and windmilling of no 4 engine.  All crew
					parachuted to safety.
				279 Biggs AFB Salvaged 19 Apr 1951
				280 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				281 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				282 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				284/288 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				289 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
				290 damaged in taxi accident at Eniwetok Mar 30, 1951.
				291 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
49-293/325		Boeing B-50D-115-BO Superfortress
				c/n 16069/16101
				293 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				295 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 54th WRS at
					Andersen AFB, Guam.  Disappeared on mission into Typhoon Ophelia 
					Jan 15, 1958.  10 on board missing.
				296 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				298 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				300 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				302 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				304 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  With 59th WRS.  Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 1955.
					Named "Bermuda Sunshine"
				307 modified Dec 1955 to RB-50D configuration under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered
					to 7406th Support Squadron in May 1956.  At one point it was equipped with a cable and
					winch to test feasibility of towing a fighter.  To 2704th Aircraft Storage
					and Disposition Group (AMC), Davis Monthan AFB May 1960.  Dropped
					from inventory as surplus Jun 1960
				308 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				309 converted to KB-50 tanker.  Damaged in landing accident at Robins AFG, Georgia May 23, 1950
				310 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Temporarily designated JB-50D
					while used for experimental work in testing new detection devices.  To MASDC Sep 10, 1965.
					Now on display at WPAFB Museum. 
				311 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1965.  Declared excess May 31, 1966.
				312 modified to RB-50D configuration under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered 
					to 7406th Support Squadron in March 1956.  To MASDC Nov 1959 and declared surplus Jun 1960.
				313 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Sep 11, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 29, 1966
				315 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 58 WRS at
					Eielson AFB, AK.  Named "The Golden Heart".  Crashed 1 hr after takeoff Aug 31, 1956.  11 killed.
				316 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				317 converted to KB-50J.  W/o in Belgium Aug 13, 1958
				318 (93rd BW) w/o at Mildenhall, UK Oct 19, 1950.  Left wing dropped while landing and underwing
					tank struck ground and caught fire.  Aircraft slewed off the runway and left wing and
					fuselage were badly damaged by fire.  Crew escaped unhurt. 
				319 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Nov 24, 1964.  Declared excess Mar 2, 1965.
				320 converted to KB-50 tanker
				321 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 27, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				322 converted to KB-50 tanker
				323 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				324 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
49-326/358		Boeing B-50D-120-BO Superfortress
				c/n 16102/16134
				326 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  In ground accident at Hickham AFB, Hawaii Feb 17, 1965 while
					transiting to MASDC and became dumped at Hickham.
				328 converted to KB-50 tanker.  (431st ARS)  crashed 6 nm NE of
					Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX during landing approach Mar 5, 1961.  All 9 onboard killed.
				329 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 54 WRS at
					Andersen AFB, Guam.  Crashed on landing Dec 3, 1956.  No injuries,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				330 was last B-50D to be phased out of Strategic Air Command, when withdrawn
					from 97th BW at Biggs AFB, TX Oct 20, 1955.  Later 
					converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 5, 1965.
				331 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				332 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1965.  Declared excess Jun 21, 1966
				333 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Nov 24, 1964.  Declared excess Mar 2, 1965.
				334 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  W/o Dec 27, 1962.
				335 converted to KB-50 tanker
				337 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  With 59th WRS, detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda.
					Transferred to Hunter AFB Jan 1964
				338 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1965.
					Declared excess Jun 21, 1966
				341 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				342 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
				343 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 59 WRS at
					Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Lost on weather track Feb 4, 1959 with 12
					killed.  Crash was observed by a Japanese freighter about 2 hours
					after takeoff.
				344 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				345 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				346 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
				347 converted to KB-50 tanker
				348 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				349 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				350 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				351 (c/n 16127) converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft, named "Flight of the Phoenix".  To MASDC Oct 6, 1965.
					Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA
				352 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Later to KB-50J. To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				353 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				354 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess May 11, 1964
				355 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				356 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				357 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 16, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				358 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
49-359/391		Boeing B-50D-125-BO Superfortress
				c/n 16135/16167
				359 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Crashed at RAF Sculthorpe, England Sep 9, 1959 (420th ARS)
				360 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Aug 14, 1964
				361 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				363 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				364 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				365 converted to KB-50 tanker
				366 converted to KB-50 tanker
				367 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				368 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				369 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				371 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				372 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 27, 1965
					for storage.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				373 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
				374 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				375 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
				376 converted to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
				377 converted to KB-50 tanker
				378 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
				379 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				380 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				381 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
				382 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Decleared excess Feb 23, 1965.
				383 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Last aircraft to leave RAF Schulthorpe for MASDC in early 1964.
					Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
				384 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
				385 converted to KB-50 tanker
				386 (93rd BW) crashed 13 mi W of Gridley, CA Jan 13, 1953, killing all 12 on board.
				387 converted to KB-50 tanker
				388 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
				389 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Put on display at WPAFB museum, marked 
					as KB-50J 48-014.  Now on display at MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL. To go to Air
					Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE
				390 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
				391 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J
49-392/421		Cancelled contract for North American F-93A
				I have a reference which lists this batch as belonging to RB-49
49-422/878		Lockheed F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star
				c/n 080-2170/2626.
				426 Elmendorf AFB salvaged 4 Apr 1951
				427 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 8, 1952.
				431 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed while on target run Sep 28, 1952.
				432 at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
				433 (c/ 080-2181) to Brazilian AF as 4201.  Now at Museu Aeroespacial,
					Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
				441 w/o Mar 17, 1953 at Kimpo Field, South Korea
				445 (35th FIW, 41th FIS) crashed short of runway on landing Dec 11, 1952.
				447 (49th FBG) crashed short of runway at K-2 Nov 14, 1950.
				449 (51th FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAAA near Hwachon Reservoir, Korea May 13, 1951.
				451 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-338
				452 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) destroyed in midair collision Oct 24, 1952.
				454 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-340
				457 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed after hitting cable strung between mountains
					Chochiwon-Chonan Road, Korea Aug 1, 1950.
				458 to Chile in 1957-58
				459 w/o in landing accident May 25, 1955 at Minneapolis-St Paul Airport, Minnesota
				460 w/o Jan 4, 1951 at Itazuke AB, Japan when ran out of fuel.
				461 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA Oct 7, 1950.
				465 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) MIA Sep 1, 1952.
				471 (49th FBG) lost Feb 8, 1951.
				472 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed E of Khuwa-ri, Korea Dec 12, 1951.
				476 to Chile in 1957-58.
				478 (49th FBG) damaged by MiGs and landed at K-2 Dec 5, 1950.
				479 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire 35 mi SW of Taegu, Korea Sep 16, 1950.
				481 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
				482 w/o Jun 8, 1952 off Naha AB, Okinawa
				484 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA near Singesan, Korea Jun 28, 1951.
				486 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed on takeoff from Tsuiki AB May 25, 1951.
				487 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) damaged in hard landing Sep 30, 1952.
				488 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crashed on strafing run Sep 4, 1950.
				491 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA near Kangdong, Korea Nov 9, 1951.
				494 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) damaged by ground fire and belly landed in rice paddy Apr 5, 1951.
				495 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA Apr 4, 1951.  Also listed as going
					to reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja 25 Apr 1951
				499 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, N. Korea Oct 8, 1950.
				500 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 24, 1951
				501 (8th FBG) ran out of fuel, pilot bailed out Nov 7, 1950
				502 (49th FBG, 75h FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kitan Apr 25, 1951.
				503 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) missing Jan 24, 1952.
				505 noted Mar 1993 as gate guard at Torrance MAP, CA
				507 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
				508 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950).  (89th FBW) probably crashed into Atlantic Ocean south of Daytona 
					Beach, Florida Feb 25, 1955.  Pilot of an accompanying aircraft reported that the plane went  into a 
					spin from about 30,000 feet and disappeared into an overcast.  An extensive two-day search found no 
					trace of the missing aircraft.  Pilot presumably killed.
				510 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
				511 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
				519 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kanggubi Jun 13, 1951.
				520 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed near Taechon, Korea Nov 26, 1950
				521 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crashed after rocket pass Nov 25, 1950.
				524 (8th FBG) damaged by AAA Nov 25, 1951.
				526 to reclamation Taegu AB, Korea 25 Apr 1951
				528 w/o Aug 7, 1950, Korea
				529 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by ground fier near Sunchon, N. Korea Jun 14. 1951.
				531 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by MiGs Nov 27, 1951.
				532 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crased off Ashiya, Japan Sep 6, 1950.
				534 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) hit by AAA and bellied in at K-46 May 17, 1951.
				535 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed N of Ashiya AB, Japan Jul 7, 1950.
				537 (49th FBG) bellied in Jul 10, 1950
				538 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by AAA in Kunu-ri area Jul 12, 1951.
				542 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-341.  W/o Jun 30, 1959.
				544 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire S of Kunu-ri Oct 11, 1951.
				546 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA Apr 8, 1952.
				548 (8th FBG, 36th FBS crashed while on strafing pass Feb 13, 1951.
				549 to reclamation Taegu AB, Korea 15 Apr 1951
				550 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed Pyongyang Airfield, Korea May 8, 1951.
				551 w/o Jul 23, 1953 in crash 5 mi NW of Indian Springs AFB, Nevada.
				552 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) exploed in midair over Hwang-ju  Aug 20, 1951.
				553 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire NW of Sunan Apr 22, 1951.
					To reclamation Taegu AB, Korea 23 Apr 1951
				554 w/o Jul 30, 1950 in crash 10 mi W of Pusan, Korea.  Pilot killed.
				557 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashlanded short of runway at K-3 while on
					training mission Jan 29, 1951.
				558 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) lost in bad weather between Itazuke AB and
					K-9 Mar 17, 1951.
				560 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by ground fire near Mundung-ni May 23, 1951.
				565 (49th FBG, 8th FIS) lost after return from mission Feb 21, 1951.
				569 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Yongyu-ri Apr 8, 1951.
					To reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja. 9 Apr 1951
				572 w/o Feb 20, 1953, Clark AB, Philippines.
				577 w/o Mar 5, 1951 Tsuiki AB, Japan.  Undershot on landing.
				580 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Apr 20, 1952.
				581 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 26, 1953.
				583 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA near Sunan airfield May 3, 1951.
				585 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed on takeoff from K-9 Oct 3, 1950.
				586 (67th TRW) shot down by AAA Nov 8, 1952.
				589 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) in midair collision over Kimpo AB Dec 20, 1950.
				592 w/o Jan 16, 1952 in crash 100 mi SW off Okinawa.  Pilot rescued
				593 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA over Sinuiju Airfield, Korea Nov 1, 1950.
				594 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) pilot bailed out after cockpit fire Apr 30, 1952.
				596 to reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja 4 Apr 1951
				597 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA near Kumhwa, Korea Apr 23, 1951.
					To reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja 23 Apr 1951
				598 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) pilot bailed out due to engine trouble Oct 29, 1951.
				603 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 30, 1950.
				604 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) hit cables on strafing run, lost part of wing Mar 24, 1951.
				606 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 1, 1952.
				607 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Feb 4, 1951.
				610 crashed near Chanjang-ni, Korea May 3, 1951.
				612 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by ground fire near Sunan, Korea May 12, 1951.
				613 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 5, 1952.
				616 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) in midair collision at Kimpo AB Dec 20, 1950.
				620 (51st FIG, 25th FIS, shot down by AAA over Sinuiju airfield Dec 12, 1950.
				626 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by ground fire Mar 18, 1951.
				627 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by AAA N of Pyingyang Oct 22, 1950.
				630 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Feb 17, 1951.
				638 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Feb 2, 1952.
				645 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiGs Dec 27, 1950.
				646 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by MiG Jun 24, 1951.
				649 w/o Mar 23, 1952, Korea
				650 w/o Mar 7, 1951 Taegu AB, Korea in takeoff accident.  Pilot OK
				651 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) belly-landed at K-2 Dec 13, 1950.
				652 (8th FBG) bailed out on cross-country flight in Japan due to bad weather and
					fuel exhaustion Nov 7, 1950.
				653 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed near Chinnampo, Korea due to engine failure Aug 20, 1951.
				656 (8th FBG, HQ) crashed during training W of K-6 Oct 4, 1951.
				657 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed at Itazuke AB, Japan Feb 10, 1951.
				658 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) overstressed when pulling off target Jul 19, 1950.
				659 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) damaged by AAA, bailed out over Inchon harbor Aug 21, 1951.
				660 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed on takeoff from Itazuke AB, Japan Aug 10, 1951.
				661 (51st FBG, 80th FBS) crashed into Han River while trying to land at Seoul
					Airfield Nov 17, 1950.
				664 (49th FBG) crashed Apr 22, 1951.
				668 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) hit trees during strafing run Apr 23, 1951.
				669 w/o May 13, 1952 Suwon AB, Korea
				670 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) pilot became disoriented and bailed out over water Jul 26, 1951.
				671 (51st FBG, 80th FBS) crashed during attack on tank Sep 10, 1950.
				672 w/o Jun 13, 1952 Korea
				673 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by MiG Jan 21, 1951.
				675 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) in midair collision with 49-697 Oct 15, 1950.  Also listed as
					being in midair collision with 49-719 Nov 5, 1951.
				677 w/o Aug 10, 1951 in crashlanding at Kimpo AB, Korea
				679 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) hit truck on runway Nov 6, 1950.
				680 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by MiG Apr 30, 1952.
				685 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 8, 1952.
				687 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kumhwa, Korea May 19, 1951.
				688 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) MIA Dec 18, 1951.
				691 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) MIA Oct 23, 1950.
				693 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Itazuke AB, Japan Feb 7, 1951.
				694 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by AAA and crashlanded at Wonju (K-38) Feb 20, 1951.
				695 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Oct 22, 1951.
				696 on display at WPAFB Museum
				697 (51st FIG) in midair collision with 49-675 Oct 15, 1950, repaired
				698 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) damaged by Yak fighters and crashed near Taejon airfield,
					South Korea Jul 19, 1950.
				701 (c/n 080-2649) on display outside Chamber of commerce at Alamagordo, New Mexico in 1970
				702 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA SE of Singosan, Korea Oct 2, 1950.
				703 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed on rocket pass Feb 4, 1951.
				704 (51st FIG, 16th FBS) in midair collision with F-82 over Japan Sep 29, 1950, salvaged.
				705 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA near Sunan, Korea Mar 23, 1951.  I have
					a report that this plane was sold to Chile 1957-58 as J-337 and w/o Apr 14, 1959.
				709 (49th FBG, 7th FBs) crashed Nov 5, 1950.
				710 (c/n 080-2458) to CAA as N83.  Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.  Believed
					to have replaced 49-743 for unspecified reason.
				711 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by NKAF aircraft near Pangyo-ri Jul 3, 1950.
				715 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kimchon, Korea Jun 11, 1951.
				716 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA W of Chorwon, Korea Apr 23, 1951.
				719 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) in midair collision with 49-675 Nov 5, 1951.
				721 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed near Twijae Jun 29, 1951.
				722 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed into Greek AF aircraft at K-13 Dec 22, 1952.
				725 (49th FBG) crashed N of Hwangju Oct 12, 1950.
				733 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 5, 1952.
				734 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed after target run May 12, 1952.
				735 (8th FBG) pilot bailed out due to poor weather and fuel exhaustion Nov 7, 1950.
				737 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiGs NW of Sonchon Jun 6, 1951.  Took part in first
					known jet-vs-jet aerial combat over Korea Nov 8, 1950 when the pilot Lt Russell
					Brown was credited with one MiG-15 kill.
				739 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by ground fire Mar 1, 1951.
				741 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 6, 1952.
				743 (c/n 080-2493) to CAA as N83
				746 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed S of Chaeryong, Korea Oct 12, 1951.
				747 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA Oct 15, 1951, pilot bailed out.
				748 (8th FIG, 80th FBS) crashed into sea Feb 22, 1953.
				750 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by ground fire SW of Chong-ju May 21, 1951.
				752 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, N Korea Sep 30, 1951.
				753 to Colombian AF.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1965
				755 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) damaged due to blown tire on takeoff at K-14 May 17, 1952.
				756 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) in midair collision Oct 24, 1952.
				758 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) damaged in hard landing Jun 23, 1952.
				761 (8th FBG) hit by bomb blast NE of Cholsan Aug 10, 1951.
				762 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed after hitting wire Aug 18, 1951.
				764 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed into mountain Jan 26, 1952.
				765 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed into mountain after takeoff from Kimpo AB,
					Korea Dec 1, 1951.
				766 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed during strafing pass near Sariwon, Korea
					Aug 29, 1951.
				767 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Nunsu-ri Jun 1, 1951.
				768 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Sep 23, 1951.
				769 to Ecuador AF as TF-769.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1965
				770 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) caught fire during training flight Jan 3, 1953.
				772 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 18, 1951.
				774 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Mar 5, 1951.  sold to Chile 1957-58 as
					J-332.
				775 sold to Chile 1957-58 as J-330
				777 sold to Chile 1957-58
				783 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA Oct 19, 1950.
				784 (8th FBG) hit by AAA, wheels-up landing at Ashiya AB, Japan Aug 14, 1950.
				787 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-342.  Preserved at National Aeronautics
					Museum at Santiago, Chile.
				791 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed on strafing pass near Mudang Hyon May 8, 1951.
				792 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) flamed out Feb 6, 1952.
				793 to Chile in 1957/58 as J-343.  W/o Nov 18, 1960.
				794 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crshed during rocket pass Sep 2, 1950.
				798 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by ground fire Mar 16, 1951.
				799 (8th FBG) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang Oct 19, 1950.
				800 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA 20 mi NW of Pyongyang Apr 8, 1951.
				801 to Chile 1957-58.
				804 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Feb 20, 1951.
				805 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA near Sohung, N. Korea Oct 30, 1951.
				807 w/o Mar 1, 1951 in takeoff accident at Taegu AB, Korea.  Pilot OK
				808 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) pilot bailed out after flameout May 14, 1951.  I also
					have a report of this plane going to Chile in 1957-58 as J-331.
				809 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) damage in crashlanding Dec 3, 1952.  Converted to QF-80C.  Shot down by AAA
					Jan 17, 1953.
				814 (8th FBG) crashed near Heaju Sep 9, 1951.
				815 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down on strafing pass Nov 4, 1951.
				816 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) show down by ground fire Sunan, Korea Jul 28, 1951.
				817 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 3, 1953.
				819 (51st FIG, 16th FIS, show down by ground fire near Chorwon May 12, 1951.
				820 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed near Chorwon, Korea Jun 5, 1951.
				821 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Pyongyang Dec 26, 1950.
				822 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed into hill during strafing pass E of Pyongyang
					Aug 3, 1951.
				823 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed in Pyongyang area Dec 19, 1950
				824 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) belly landing after combat mission Feb 21, 1951.
				825 (49th FBG, 9th FBS_ crashed W of Sogu-ri, Korea Jan 25, 1951.
				830 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) damaged in bad landing Apr 29, 1952.
				831 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) samaged by ground fire, landed at K-13 Apr 13, 1951.
				833 (8th FBG, 36th FIS) pilot bailed out after flameout Aug 10, 1951.
				834 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crashed after being hit by AAA Nov 30, 1950.
				835 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed near Pyongyang Dec 18, 1950.
				838 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA in Sunan area, N. Korea Aug 11, 1951.
				839 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed into hill near Sunchon, Korea Mar 30, 1951.
				841 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) pilot bailed out Jan 2, 1952.
				842 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed Jan 8, 1952.
				843 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) landed on sandbar in Naktong River Mar 22, 1951.
				845 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed on strafing run Nov 7, 1951.
				846 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA Dec 14, 1951.
				849 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by ground fire Mar 1, 1951.
				850 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) lost off coast of Iki-Shima, Japan Jan 29, 1951.
				851 (c/n 080-2599) to Ecuador AF as TF-851.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1965.  Now at Edwards AFB, CA.  Parts 
					from this aircraft and from T-33A 57-0568
					have been combined to form an XP-80A lookalike, observed Fall 2003 outside
					the Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works' at Palmdale, CA with false serial 44-83021.
				852 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by MiG Sep 11, 1951.
				853 initially assigned to 49th FBW in Dec 1950 at Taegu AB, Korea.  Flew combat in Korea until Dec 1951 when
					wing transitioned to the F-84.  The plane painted as 49-853 at Holloman AFB is actually 45-8557.
				854 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) damaged over Omongni Feb 1,1952.
				855 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by MiG Dec 1, 1951.
				856 (35th FIW, 8th FIS) crashed at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 14, 1951.
				857 to Chile in 1957-58.
				859 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) MIA Aug 31, 1951.
				860 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA in Haeju area Mar 8, 1951.
				861 w/o May 14, 1952 Clark AB, Philippines
				862 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) MIA Sep 23, 1951 in Sukchon area 
				867 to MASDC Jun 18, 1965
				874 (8th FBG) shot down by ground fire Apr 24, 1952.
				875 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire NNE of Sunchon,
					North Korea Jun 26, 1951.
				876 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) lost Feb 21, 1951.
49-879/1006		Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
				c/n 580-5029/5156.  Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
				879 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
				882 (81st FBW) crashed 2 mi SW of RAF Bentwaters Jan 16, 1957
				883 (36th FBW) crashed at Walldrun, (West) Germany Mar 29, 1951.
				884 (c/n 580-5034) to KLu in 1964 as M-48.  SOC May 5, 1972.  To N652
				885 (7101st ABW) crashed 1/2 mi S of Jacobsweiler, (West) Germany
					Dec 5, 1961 after collision with RCAF T-33AN 21646
					while enroute from Chateauroux to Wiesbaden
				905 crashed near Selfridge AFB, MI Jan 28, 1951, killing both occupants. 
					Pilot was WW2 ace Major Don Gentile
				910 to MASDC 
				912 to MASDC
				923 (C/n 580-5073. To French AF as 90923.  To Singapore AF February 1982; ferry 
					registration was F-BLUE
				934 given to US Navy as TO-2 BuNo 124570
				938 equipped with tow line attachment on nose for towing by B-50D 49-307.
				939 to MASDC Sept 20, 1961
				946 (7101st ABW) crashed 4 mi NNW of Ciampino AP, Rome Jan 19, 1963
				948 to MASDC
				954 w/o Aug 31, 1955 in crash 26 mi SW of Atlanta, Georgia.  Pilot lost.
				965 crashed May 18, 1953
				975 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Clark AFB, Philippines
					Jul 13, 1950 after engine flamed out.  2 crew survived with injuries.
				980 crashed at K-2 Mar 6, 1952.
				982 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) lost Sep 6, 1952.
				988 (49th FBG, HQ) crashed on landing at Taegu, Korea May 16, 1951.
				993 crashed near K-14, Korea Nov 13, 1950.
				1000 (406th FBW) crashed into sea off Margate, England Nov 20, 1952
				1001 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
				1002 (7206th SG) crashed at Athens AP, Greece Dec 12, 1961
				1003 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
				1004 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Apr 22, 1963, dumped and
					subsequently scrapped.
				1005 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963.
				1006 (c/n 580-5156) to Netherlands AF for spares use only.
49-1007/1339		North American F-86A-5-NA Sabre
				c/n 161-1/333
				1007
				1008 (195th FIS, California ANG) w/o at Moses Lake AFB, Washington Feb 7, 1950.  Repaired?
				1009 crashed near Tuckerton, New Jersey Jan 15, 1955
				1010 (194th FS, California ANG)
				1011
				1012
				1013 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) w/o at Luke AFB, Arizona Apr 6, 1950
				1014
				1015 w/o in Nevada Nov 25, 1952.
				1016 w/o Jan 26, 1951 Luke AFB, Arizona
				1017 crashed near Humbolt, Tennessee Dec 28, 1953
				1018
				1019 crashed Mar 22, 1950 near Emmons, West Virginia after taking off from Kanawha Airport.  Took off in parallel
					with F-86 48-306, and the two planes apparently collided in midair.  Both pilots killed.
				1020 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) w/o at Luke AFB, Arizona Mar 20, 1950
				1021 (163rd FIS, Indiana ANG) w/o at Baer Field, Indiana Jan 13, 1957
				1022 w/o in landing accident Sep 15, 1950 Pangborn Field, Washington
				1023 w/o at Goodfellow AFB Texas Aug 23, 1950
				1024
				1025 w/o Sep 15, 1950 at Pangborn Field, Washington due to engine failure
				1026 (93rd FIS, 81st FIG) w/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Jun 2, 1950
				1027 (93rd FIS, 81st FIG) w/o in Illinois  Apr 6, 1952
				1028 (61st FIS< 56th FG)
				1029 w/o in Nevada May 7, 1952
				1030
				1031 w/o Jun 9, 1951 in crash 12 mi W of Coulee City, Washington.  Pilot bailed out.
				1032
				1033 w/o at Hamilton AFB, California Jul 1, 1951
				1034
				1035 (93rd FIS, 81st FIG) w/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Jun 22, 1950
				1036 reported as being w/o in Texas Nov 30, 1950, also reported as w/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Jul 17, 1951.
				1037
				1038 w/o in Delaware Feb 14, 1955
				1039 w/o Oct 10, 1950 Anderson IAP, Texas
				1040
				1041
				1042 w/o in Georgia Feb 19, 1955
				1043 w/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Feb 14, 1949
				1044 crashed near Pickford, MI Sep 25, 1953
				1045 w/o Dec 23, 1952 in crash 15 mi ENE of Calipatria, California
				1046  115 FIS  Calif ANG "California Boomerang" May 21, 1955 Operation BOOMERANG.  49-1046 polished and 
					honed to perfection takes off from Van Nuys for New York on a 11 hour, 26 minutes and 33 seconds 
					5058 mile round trip with 5 refueling stops.
				1049 w/o Sep 29, 1951 in crash 4 mi SE of Beaver, Oklahoma.  Pilot killed.
				1050
				1051 w/o in ground accident after collision with F-86A 49-1062 Jun 20, 1950 at Hill AFB, Utah
				1052
				1053 (92nd FIS, 81st FIG) crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Dec 1, 1952.
				1054 w/o in New Mexico Dec 18, 1952.
				1055
				1056
				1057 crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Sep 15, 1953
				1058 w/o in Nevada Nov 25, 1952.
				1059 w/o Sep 7, 1950 in crash 6 mi N of Bernalillo, New Mexico
				1060 w/o at Roswell AFB, New Mexico Apr 19, 1951.
				1061 (93rd FIS, 81st FIG) w/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Dec 8, 1950
				1062 w/o in ground accident at Hill AF, Utah Jun 20, 1950.
				1063 (62nd FIS) w/o in accident in Michigan May 5, 1952.
				1064
				1065 crashed near Alder Creek, New Jersey Dec 26, 1950
				1066 w/o Jul 29, 1951 in crash 5 mi NE of Nelen, New Mexico
				1067 on display at WPAFB Museum (marked as Hinton's F-86A-5-NA Ser. No. 49-1236)
				1068 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) w/o at RAF Bentwaters, England Aug 3, 1952.
				1069 converted to F-86J and later F-86K.  .  Set world speed record Jun 3, 1952.  Loaned to RCAF to test 
					various Canadian engines.  Salvaged at Brookley AFB, Alabama Mar 1954.
				1070 (4th FIG)
				1071 (116th FIS, 81st FIG, Washington ANG)
				1072 SOC at RAF Burtonwood, UK Feb 24, 1955.
				1073 (123rd FIS, Oregon ANG)
				1074
				1075 crshed near Patrick AFB, Florida Aug 16, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				1076 (81st FIG) w/o in England Mzr 23, 1954.
				1077
				1078
				1079
				1080 w/o May 29, 1951 Suwon AB, South Korea
				1081
				1082 w/o Apr 1, 1951 Raleigh-Durham AP, North Carolina
				1083 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiGs 35 mi S of Antung, Korea Dec 28, 1951.
				1084
				1085 w/o Nov 7, 1950 in landing accident at Otis AFB, Massachusetts
				1086 preserved at Fairchild AFB, Spokane, Washington
				1087 (81st FIG) w/o in England Jan 16, 1952.
				1088 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiGs, landed at K-14 Mar 24, 1952..  W/o
				1089 (336th FIS) crash landed at Taegu AB, South Korea May 10, 1951.
				1090 w/o Sep 29, 1950 Squamscott, Massachusetts
				1091 w/o in ground accident Dec 27 1950 Otis AB, Massachusetts
				1092 w/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Aug 7, 1951.  Repaired?
				1093 w/o in Korea Mar 16, 1951.
				1094 (116th FIS< 81st FIW, Washington ANG)
				1095 on display at Selfridge ANGB Museum, Michigan
				1096 crashed near Wellfleet, Massachusetts Oct 31, 1950?  Repaired?
				1097 (78th FIS, 81st FIG) hit ground 3 mi SW of Market Lavington, England Mar 10, 1953.
				1098 (4th FIG) damaged by MiGs, pilots bailed out NE of Suwon AB, South Korea Jul 29, 1951.
				1099
				1100 w/o Dec 17, 1950 Johnson AB, Japan
				1101
				1102 w/o in New Mexico Feb 25, 1955
				1103 crashed near Lathrop Wells, Nevada Sep 10, 1952.
				1104 w/o May 14, 1950 Otis AFB, Massachusetts
				1105 w/o in Nevada Nov 20, 1952
				1106 w/o Jun 13, 1951 in midair collision with 49-1107 Valley Falls, Rhode Island
				1107 w/o Jun 13, 1951 in midair collision with 49-1106 Valley Falls, Rhode Island
				1109 (335th FIS, 4th FIG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Apr 22, 1951.  Shot down by
					MiG-15 over Korea Oct 24, 1951.
				1110 w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Mar 19, 1950?  Repaired?
				1111 w/o Aug 11, 1951 West Barnstable, Massachusetts
				1112 w/o Jul 10, 1951 in takeoff accident Otis AFB, Massachusetts
				1113 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Sinuiju, North Korea Sep 26, 1951.
				1114
				1115 w/o at Westover Field, Massachusetts Oct 25, 1950.
				1116 w/o Jan 23, 1951 Sandwich, Massachusetts
				1117 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts May 9, 1950.
				1118 w/o at Westover Field, Massachusetts Oct 29, 1950
				1119 (60th FIS, 33rd FIG) w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts May 14, 1950
				1120 w/o Jan 20, 1953 in crash 37 mi WNW of Las Vegas, Nevada
				1121 (81st FIW) w/o at RAF Bentwaters, England Feb 26, 1952
				1122 crashed near Otis AFB, Massachusetts Jun 14, 1950?  Repaired?
				1123 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiGs over Yalu River, North Korea May 18, 1952, pilot bailed out.
				1124
				1125 crashed near Glenn Falls, New York Aug 7, 1950
				1126 w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Oct 9, 1950.
				1127
				1128 (4th FIG) w/o in Oregon Dec 13, 1954.
				1129
				1130 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashed on takeoff in Korea Jun 5, 1951.
				1131 (191st FIS, Utah ANG) w/o in Nevada Dec 10, 1952
				1132
				1133 crashed near Elkhorn, Wisconsin Oct 25, 1952.
				1134 w/o at Nellis AFB, Nevadas Sep 12, 1950
				1135
				1136 w/o Jan 31, 1951 in crash 2 mi E of Niceville, Florida
				1137
				1138
				1139 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) severely damaged by MiGs over Korea Sep 13, 1951.
				1140 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) MIA during dogfight with MiGs over Korea Mar 24, 1952.
				1141 w/o in Arizona Sep 12, 1952
				1142
				1143 (60th FIS, 33rd FIG) w/o in Tennessee Nov 23, 1953.
				1144 converted to DF-86A.  Flamed out and crashed near Patrick AFB, Florida Jan 28, 1952.
				1145 w/o in New York Feb 2, 1952.
				1146 crashed near Chicopee Falls, Virginia May 20, 1951.
				1147 (336th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed in Korea due to fuel starvation Oct 16, 1951.  Or lost to enemy action
				1148 (74th FS) crashed near Stacyville, Maine Mar 10, 1952 due to hypoxia during
					gunnery exercise.  Pilot killed.
				1149 (60th FIS, 33rd FIG) crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Jan 25, 1952.
				1150 w/o Jun 25, 1951 in crash 5 mi N of Brimfield, Massachusetts due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected.
				1151 w/o at Dover AFB, Delaware Oct 19, 1950.
				1152 w/o in Michigan Jun 24, 1952.
				1153 (81st FIW) crashed near Glenview, Illinois Sep 19, 1951
				1154
				1155 w/o Dec 18, 1950 in crash 10 mi SSE of Plymouth, Massachusetts
				1156 w/o Nov 9, 1951 in crash 8 mi W of El Paso, Texas
				1157 w/o in Nevada Mar 11, 1955?  Repaired?
				1158 (4th FIG) damaged by MiG Sep 23, 1951.  W/o
				1159 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) injested debris from downed MiG, pilot bailed out
					near Cho-do, Korea Dec 13, 1951.
				1160 w/o Dec 27, 1950 in ground accident at Otis AFB, Massachusetts.
				1161 w/o at Westover AFB, Massachusetts Mar 22, 1951
				1162
				1163 w/o in California Sep 11, 1955
				1164
				1165
				1166 (4th FIG) pilot bailed out after engine failure near Yokota AB, Japan Nov 22, 1951.
				1167 w/o at Presque Isle AFB, Maine Jan 5, 1952.
				1168 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) w/o at Suffolk County AFB, New York Oct 24, 1952
				1169 (33rd FG) crashed near Delaware City, Delaware Mar 19, 1955.
				1170
				1171 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) w/o Jan 11, 1954 in crash 9 mi NE of Darmstadt, West Germany when ran out of fuel.  
					Pilot lost.
				1172 usef for inflight refuelling tests in 1951.  W/o in Florida Jun 10, 1953
				1173 (4th FIG) crashed behind enemy lines near Yaul River/Kaesong, Korea due to fuel exhaustion Apr 3, 1951.
				1174 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) w/o Jan 11, 1954 in crash 7 mi SE of Darmstadt, West Germany when ran out of fuel.  
					Pilot ejected.
				1175 credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea
				1176 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 25 mi from Sauchon, Korea Dec 22, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				1177 (94th FIS) w/o Jan 14, 1953 Fairfield, Indiana
				1178 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s Oct 6, 1951.  Shot down by MiG-15s 5 mi
					S of Uiju Jun 21, 1952.
				1179 w/o Mar 17, 1953 RAF Shephards Grove, UK.  Pilot OK
				1180
				1181
				1182 w/o at Chicago O'Hare Airport, Illinois Aug 7, 1950
				1183 (92nd FIS, 81st FIG) crashed at Old Beckenham in Norfolk, England Aug 23, 1954
				1184 credited with shooting two MiG-15s over Korea.  (335th FIS, 4th FIG) shot down by MiGs near 
					Han River, Korea Dec 4, 1951.
				1185 (165th FIS, Kentucky ANG) w/o at Godman AAF, Kentucky
				1186 (92nd FIS, 81st FIG) undershot runway on landing at Shepherds Grove, England Mar 31, 1952.
				1187 (62nd FIS, 56th FG) w/o at Oscoda AFB, MI
				1188 crashed near Sacramento APT, California Jul 17, 1954.
				1189 to MASDC Dec 1957.  Salvaged in 1958
				1190 crashed near Raymondville, MO Aug 27, 1950
				1191 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiGs Dec 4, 1951, returned to base.  W/o Jan 25, 1952.
				1192 w/o at Chicago O'Hare Airport, Illinois Oct 20, 1950.
				1193 (334th FIS, 4th FIG)
				1194
				1195 on display at Kulis ANGB, Alaska marked as 12907.  Noted during 1994 at Alaska ANG
					Museum, Kulis ANGB, Anchorage, AK
				1196 w/o May 2, 1951 in crash 5 mi NW of Oscoda AFB, Michigan
				1197 (92nd FIS, 81st FIW)
				1198 w/o in Idaho Jun 2, 1954.
				1199 (4th FIG, 334th FIS, shot down by MiGs near Sinanju area of North Korea Dec 13, 1951.
				1200 (92nd FIS, 81st FIG)
				1201 w/o Jan 11, 1951 in take off accident at O'Hare IAP, Chicago, Illinois
				1202 w/o Jan 11, 1954 in crash 2 mi N of Darmstadt, West Germany when ran out of fuel.  Pilot ejected.
				1203 w/o Sep 13, 1950 in crash 10 mi SSE of HighMarket, New York
				1204 (91st FIS, 81st FIG) w/o in England Sep 4, 1952.
				1205
				1206 (62nd FIS) w/o Jan 11, 1953 in crash landing due to engine failure, O'Hare IAP, Chicago, Illinois
				1207 (94th FIS, Indiana ANG)
				1208 w/o at Presque Isle AFGB, Maine Dec 10, 1951
				1209 (56th FG) w/o in Tesas Sep 16, 1950 ??  Repaired?
				1210 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged during encounter with MiGs Jul 21, 1952.
				1211
				1212 w/o in Texas Nov 25, 1952.
				1213 w/o Sep 24, 1955 in crash 4 mi SE of Ft Campbell, Louisiana
				1214 w/o Dec 8, 1953 Berry Field, Nashville, Tennessee
				1215 w/o Dec 19, 1954 in crashe 4 mi WNW of Camden, New York due to engine failure.
				1216 (Utah ANG, 191st FIS) w/o in Maine Jan 11, 1952
				1217 (c/n 162-211) was on display at Planes of Fame, Valle, AZ.  Registered to 
					Fighter Collection of Duxford, UK as G-BZNL.  Sold Dec 2001 to Vulcan Warbirds of 
					Seattle, WA as N4912.
				1218 (California ANG)
				1219 (91st FIS, 81st FIW) w/o in England Apr 6, 1954
				1220 w/o in Oregon Aug 13, 1955
				1221 (115th FIS, CA ANG) in midair collision with F-86A 48-160 S of Colfred, Arizona
					Mar 17, 1956.
				1222 (169th FIS, California ANG) crashed near Allied Gardens, San Diego, California Jan 20, 1957
				1223 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiGs near Wonsan Feb 3, 1952.  Pilot ejected.
				1224 crashed near Kirtland AFB, New Mexico May 29, 1953
				1225 (4th FIG) crashed near Boise, Idaho Aug 5, 1954.
				1226 (81st FIG) crashed near Elveden, near Thetford, England Jan 2, 1952
				1227 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiGs Sep 13, 1951.  Returned safely to K-14
				1228 WFU Nov 1958.  Was sitting on private land at Millville, IN with wings and many parts missing.  
					Was donated in 1958 to a museum or school.
				1229 (24th FIS) crashed while landing at Presque Isle AFB, Maine Apr 15, 1952
				1230 w/o Feb 2, 1951 in crash 18 mi E of Johnson AB, Japan after midair collision with F-86A 49-1239 
					Feb 2, 1951.  Both pilots OK.
				1231 (81st FIG) crashed near Wheatcroft Farm/Gorleston, Lowestoft, England Jun 30, 1953
				1232 (91st FIS, 81st FIW) w/o in England Oct 28, 1953
				1233 w/o at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Sep 19, 1951 ??
				1234 w/o in Illinois Jul 3, 1952
				1235 w/o in New York Oct 31, 1952
				1236 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Dec 17, 1950.
					 Shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Oct 24, 1951.
				1237 w/o Aug 6, 1955 in crash 29 mi W of Grantville, Utah.  Pilot OK
				1238 w/o May 19, 1951 in crash 11 mi NW of Niceville, Florida
				1239 w/o Feb 2, 1951 in crash 18 mi E of Johnson AB, Japan in midair with 49-1230 Feb 2, 1951.  Both pilots OK.
				1240
				1241 w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Aug 24, 1955
				1242
				1243 crashed near Queen Creek, Arizona Feb 18, 1952
				1244
				1245
				1246
				1247 converted to EDF-86A
				1248 w/o at Chicago O'Hare Airport, Illinois Dec 30, 1950.  Currently on display at San Bernardino IAP, 
					San Bernardino, California
				1249 (92nd FIS, 81st FIW) w/o in Michigan Oct 28 1950
				1250
				1251
				1252 w/o in Korea May 23, 1951
				1253
				1254
				1255 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 near Suiho Reservoir, Korea May 20, 1952.
				1256
				1257 (California ANG, 115th FIS) crashed near Sunland, California Mar 16, 1957
				1258 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s near Chongchon River, Korea Sep 2, 1951.
					Pilot bailed out.
				1259 (Delaware ANG) w/o in Georgia Jul 13, 1955
				1260 w/o Nov 14, 1951 in crash 2 mi NW of Eglin AFB, Florida
				1261 (91st FBS, 81st FIW)
				1262 (94th FIS)
				1263
				1264 (2nd FIS, 81st FIG) crashed in Suffolk, England Jul 14, 1953
				1265 w/o Feb 23, 1954 in crash 2 mi W of Briceville, Tennessee
				1266 w/o Aug 29, 1951 in crash 5 mi SE of Johnson AB, Japan
				1267 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) crashlanded on mud flat in Korea Oct 7, 1951. 
				1268 (27th FIS) crashed near Forestport, NY Jul 21, 1953
				1269 w/o in Michigan Nov 13, 1950
				1270 SOC at MASDC Sep 1958
				1271 w/o Aug 14, 1951 in takeoff accident at Suwon AB, Korea
				1272 (4th FIG) damaged by MiGs but returned to base Dec 4, 1951.  Now on display at 
					Fresno Air Terminal, California
				1273 crashed in Lamb's Canyon east of Salt Lake City, UT Mar 13, 1955.  
					The plane on display at Salt Lake City MAP, UT marked as 91273
					is actually a composite aircraft assembled from parts of several
					F-86s and painted to represent 49-1273.
				1274 w/o NOv 30, 1951 in ground accident at Patterson Field, Ohio
				1275 flew with Sabre Dancers acrobatic team
				1276 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Jun 22, 1951.
				1277 flew with Sabre Dancers acrobatic team.  W/o in New York Dec 2, 1952.
				1278 w/o in Korea at unknown date.
				1279 bailed to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					Oct 21, 1952 for use by Aero Flight for stability and
					control trials as replacement for 49-1296.  Returned
					to USAF Apr 1955.
				1280 (75th FIS)
				1281 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) returned to base with irreparable battle damage Jun 25, 1951 and w/o for spare parts.
				1282
				1283 flew with Sabre Dancers acrobatic team.  W/o Nov 20, 1952 in crash 25 mi ENE of Beatty, Nevada
				1284 flew with Sabre Dancers acrobatic team.  W/o with 81st FIW Jul 26, 1951 in landing accident at George AFB, 
					California.
				1285 (81st FIW) crashed near the Gunpowder River, Maryland Aug 21, 1954
				1286 w/o in Illinois Mar 30, 1952
				1287 in midair collision Jul 7, 1953 with F-86 51-12980 over Nellis Ranges, Nevada
				1288 (197th FIS, Arizona ANG in 1954)
				1289 (81st FIW)
				1290 w/o in Louisiana Nov 28, 1955
				1291
				1292
				1293 (93rd FIS) crashed near Augusta, Kentucky Aug 8, 1951
				1294 crashed near Miramar, California Mar 10, 1953.
				1295 w/o Aug 8, 1951 Chilo, Ohio
				1296 bailed to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					by Dec 1951 for use by Aero Flight for stability and
					control trials.  Overstressed during high speed sortie Aug
					14, 1952 and judged beyond economic repair.  USAF decided
					otherwise and requested it back Nov 13, 1952.
				1297 (336th FIS) crashed on landing at Suwon Jul 11, 1951.  With 335th FIS, 4th FG listed as being shot down
					by MiG-15s near Cho-do, Korea Apr 12, 1953.
				1298 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiGs near Sinuiju, Korea Jun 19, 1951.  Pilot killed
				1299
				1300 w/o Jul 28, 1953 Long Island Sound, New York due to engine failure
				1301 was preserved in syarcuse, New York.  Currently at Maxwell AFB Air Park, Maxwell AFB, AL, falsely 
					marked as 51-2760 'The Chris Craft'
				1302
				1303 w/o in Delaware Aug 7, 1955.
				1304 crashed near Oswego, New York Mar 12, 1951
				1305 w/o Nov 12, 1955 Van Nuys, California
				1306 (75th FIS) crashed near Presque Isle AFB, Maine Jul 20, 1952.
				1307 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s over Korea Jun 18, 1951.
				1308
				1309
				1310 (27th FIS) w/o in Maine Jun 18, 1951.
				1311 w/o May 5, 1952 Guildford, UK in midair collision with RAF Meteor WE929.
				1312 (27th FIS, then 81st FIW)
				1313 w/o May 20, 1951 Suwon AB, South Korea
				1314 (75th FIS) w/o Apr 16, 1952 in crash 3 mi W of Presque Isle AFB, Maine
				1315 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiGs during dogfight Sep 19, 1951.  Crashed
					on training mission Dec 16, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
				1316 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG Apr 13, 1952.
				1317 (rth FIG, 334th FIS) went into spin, pilot bailed out N of K-14 in Korea May 24, 1952.
				1318 (4th FIG) lost to enemy action over Korea Jan 2, 1952.  Wreck recovered by Soviets and taken to Moscow
					for evaluation and later salvaged there.
				1319 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea May 20, 1951.
					Lost in combat 10 km SW of Pukch'ong, North Korea Oct 6, 1951.  Ditched off shore, and
					pilot rescued by helicopter.  Correlates with claim by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of 196 Fighter
					Regiment, but USAF has it being downed by AAA.  Airframe recovered and sent to Moscow for evaluation. 
				1320 crashed near Indian Springs, Nevada after collision with F-86A 49-1330 Jan 22, 1951.
				1321 w/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Sep 21, 1951.
				1322 w/o in Nevada Nov 5, 1955
				1323 w/o Sep 7, 1951 due to engine failure at Kimpo AB, South Korea
				1324 registered as N57964 with Ben Hall of Seattle, WA. Currently preserved in Seattle, Washington.
				1325
				1326 w/o Oct 25, 1952 in crash 29 mi SW of Indian Springs AFB, Nevada
				1327 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) crashed due to fuel exaustion short of runway at K-14 in South Korea May 22, 1952.
				1328 crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Sep 4, 1952.
				1329 w/o Jan 22, 1952 in crash 40 mi NE of Indian Springs AFB, Nevada in midair with 51-1320.  51-1320 landed OK.
				1330 w/o Aug 24, 1953 in crash 25 mi NNE of Moapa, Nevada
				1331 crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Oct 8, 1952.
				1332 (140th FIS, Idaho ANG)
				1333 w/o in Nevada Nov 4, 1952.
				1334 (335th FIS) destroyed on ground by a "Bedcheck Charlie" Jun 17, 1951 at Suwon AB, South Korea
				1335 (335th FIS, 4th FiG)
				1336 (196th FIS, California ANG) collided  with F-86A 48-313 over Mt Pacifico, CA Sept 4, 1956.
				1337 w/o in Ohio Jul 14, 1950
				1338 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s near Sinanju, Korea Nov 8, 1951.
				1339 (Washington ANG) crashed near Ada, Idaho Jul 12, 1955.
49-1340/1457		Cancelled contract for North American F-93A.
49-1458/1490		Stearman PT-13D Kaydet
				rebuilds for MDAP 
49-1491/1756		North American T-28A Trojan
				c/n 159-1, 159-4/268.   Many converted to GT-28A and T-28D, others to Navy as T-28C/D for FMS.
				T-28D was ex-USAF T-28A converted for COIN role from 1962 with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engine.  Two ordnance
					pylons and one large gun pod under each wing (no internal ammunition storage).  No belly
					speed brake.  Sequence #1 to 131.
				T-28D-5 was T-28D converted from 1965.  Wing strengthening modifications, internal ammunition in wings, smaller
					faired gun pods.  3 ordnance pylons under each wing.  R-1820 engine.  No belly speed brake.  Sequence #132 to 311.
				1491 (c/n 159-1) used for static testing
				1492 (c/n 159-4) to civil registry as N7492C, cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF Aug 22, 1963
				1493 (c/n 159-5) to civil registry as N7680C.  Rebuilt as T-28D-5 (#285) In 1970.  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-86/11
					W/o near Udon, Thailand Feb 28, 1983.
				1494 (c/n 159-6) to USAF Musueum in 1965
				1495 (c/n 159-7) to MASDC as TA139 Jan 24, 1969.  Later on civil register as N9019V, then N2800A
				1496 (c/n 159-8) to MASDC.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#223) and to Laotian AF as 3407 Aug 7, 1966.  To N1496K May 1990.
					Now flying as N2496.
				1497 (c/n 159-9) to MASDC
				1498 (c/n 159-10) 
				1499 (c/n 159-11)
				1500 (c/n 159-12) to MASDC.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#222), to MAP. To Laotian AF.  W/o at Luang Prabang Jul 16, 1967
				1503 (c/n 159-15) on civil registry as N7668C.  Back to USAF for conversion to T-28D-5 (#316).  to Royal Laotian AF.
					W/o Feb 8, 1971
				1504 (c/n 159-16) to MASDC.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#221) in 1965, to MAP.  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Nov 7, 1966
				1505 (c/n 159-17) to civil registry as N3707G.  Damaged in collision with helicopter Mar 19, 1967.  Purchased 
					as a wreck by Smith & Smith and sat in Death Valley until 2009 when it was purchased for restoration.
				1506 (c/n 159-18) on civil registry as N9612C.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#315).  To Laotian AF Jan 15, 1970.  Later to
					Philippine AF
				1507 (c/n 159-19) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  To MAP.
				1508 (c/n 159-20) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#219).  To 
					Laotian AF Aug 13, 1968
				1510 (c/n 159-22) on civil registry as N3670G in 1963.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#286).  To Laotian AF Aug 13, 1968
				1513 (c/n 159-25) to N9879C, cancelled Jul 8, 1964.  to Dominican Republic AF as 2801.  To HI-315.
					To US civil registry as N300AF, current
				1514 (c/n 159-26) to civil registry as N9669C.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#287) and sent to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Dec 3, 1968
				1515 (c/n 159-27) on civil registry as N7708C
				1516 (c/n 159-28) to civil registry as N510MH then N10WX
				1517 (c/n 159-29) on civil registry as N8989C
				1519 (c/n 159-31) to civil registry as N8089H, Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#314) then to Laos AF, 
					3408 in Australia, airworthy as VH-AVC (T-28D-5).  Registration N8098H finally cancelled May 10, 2004.  Still 
					current in Australia
				1520 (c/n 159-32) on civil registry as N7038U
				1522 (c/n 159-34) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#218).  
					To MAP, possibly to Ethiopian AF Jun 22, 1966.
				1523 (c/n 159-35) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#217).  To Laotian
					AF Jul 21, 1966
				1524 (c/n 159-36) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#216).  To MAP,
					possibly to Ethiopian AF Jun 22, 1966.
				1525 (c/n 159-37) on civil registry as N76912
				1526 (c/n 159-38) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#215).  
					To Royal Laotian AF under MAP Jul 21, 1966.  Damaged at Luang Prabang, Laos (L-54) Feb 2, 1967.  To Cambodia KhAF 
					sometime between 1970 and 1975.  W/o in KhAF service.
				1528 (c/n 159-40) to N3212G.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#254).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Nov 7, 1967
					as FG-528.
				1529 (c/n 159-41) on civil registry as N2808G.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#288) and sent to Royal Laotian AF. w/o Nov 29/30 1968.
				1531 (c/n 159-43) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#214).  To Laotian
					AF Jul 14, 1966
				1532 (c/n 159-44) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#213).  RTS with
					605th Air Commando Squadrom, Howard AFB, Panama. Back to MASDC May 4, 1970.   To Thai AF as JF13-89/13.
				1533 (c/n 159-45) converted to T-28D-5 (#253).  To Democratic Republic of Congo Nov 7, 1967 as FG-533  
				1534 (c/n 159-46) on civil registry as N2814G
				1535 (c/n 159-47) to civil registry as N9687C then N91535
				1538 (c/n 159-50) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#212). RTS with 605th
					Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Back to MASDC May 4, 1970.  To Thai AF as JF13-90/13
				1539 (c/n 159-51) to civil registry as N3519G in 1959.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#284).
					To Royal Thai AF as JF13-87/11 in 1968.  To US civil registry as N3519G again, then N1F in 1984. Registration
					N20CP reserved Oct 3, 2006, taken up Nov 13, 2006
				1540 (c/n 159-52) in storage at Chino AP.  To civil registry as N3708G, cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF as 217 
					Dec 12, 1963.  To N99395 Mar 1977, current
				1542 (c/n 159-54) to N3208G.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#252).  To Democratic Republic of Congo Nov 7, 1967 as FG-542.
				1543 (c/n 159-55) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#211).  RTS
					with 1st Air Commando Squadon, England AFB.
				1544 (c/n 159-56) to N3234G.  to Mexican AF as T28-975.  To US civil registry as N6FY.  Current  
					On display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX
				1545 (c/n 159-57) To N6514C, registered Jan 11, 1966.  Cancelled Aug 6, 2013 as "expired".  to Ecuador AF as 91545,
					later FAE545, Jan 1967.  Preserved Museo Aereo de l fuerza Aea Ecuatoriana, Quito.
				1547 (c/n 159-59) to N2839G, cancelled Apr 8, 1965.  To Dominican Republic AF.  To HI-283 Mar 1977.
					To N200AF Mar 15, 1980.  Currently on civil registry as N228AF
				1551 (c/n 159-63) on civil registry as N3669G.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#289) and went to Royal Laotian AF and was w/o Jul 30, 1970
				1553 (c/n 159-65) on civil registry as N2867G.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#290) and went to Royal Laotian AF and w/o in Jul 1969
				1554 (c/n 159-66) to civil registry as N2891G.  Convered to T-28D-5 (#283).  To Thai AF, to Cambodian AF in 1971.  Escaped
					to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF in 1976.  
				1555 (c/n 159-67) lost from Elmendorf AFB, Alaska Jun 13, 1950.
				1556 (c/n 159-68) to N9107Z, cancelled Jun 19, 1963.  To Mexican AF
				1557 (c/n 159-69) to civil registry as N3469G, now N1557A
				1558 (c/n 159-70) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS 
					with 1st Air Command Squadron, England AFB.
					With 56th Air Commando Wing, 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by debris from own bomb
					blast and crashed while attacking a vehicle on Route 23 near Ban Karai Pass near Ban Som Peng, Laos
					Dec 25, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				1559 (c/n 159-71) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 15, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS with
					641st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
					With 634th Combat Support Group, 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by 37mm AAA and crashed
					while attacking a moving truck on Route 911 near Ban Muong Sen, Laos Apr 1, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				1560 (c/n 159-72) to N3226G.  To Mexican AF as T28-977.  Currently with Jason Barnett, Galena Park, Houston.  Has the
					tail of Mexican AF T28-903.
				1561 (c/n 159-73) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 15, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#208).  RTS with
					631st Composite Goup, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand. To Laotian AF Oct 4, 1968.  To Philippine AF in 1974.
					Reported under restoration in Australia
				1563 (c/n 159-75) to N3705G, cancelled Aug 3, 1967.  To Ecuadorian AF Jan 1967.
				1564 (c/n 159-76) on civil registry as N2824G. Converted to T-28D-5 (#282).  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-82/11
					collided with 94/12 ans w/o Apr 7, 1975, 
				1565 (c/n 159-77) to civil registry as N7663C
				1566 (c/n 159-78) on civil registry as N3232G.  Reported lost Aug 4, 1951 Sheep Mountain, Alaska
				1567 (c/n 159-79) noted at Avra Valley Apr 28, 2001 as N1920G.  N1920G cancelled Oct 5, 1972.
					Registration N192G reserved Feb 19, 2008, taken up May 19, 2008.
				1569 (c/n 159-81) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS
					with 631st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanon AB, Thailand.
					with 56th Air Commando Wing 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by AAA and crashed near Ban Katoi, Laos
					Jul 12, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				1571 (c/n 159-83) converted to T-28D-5 (#206) and to Royal Laotian AF in 1968.  W/o in Nov 1970.
				1572 (c/n 159-84) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS with
					631st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
					With56th Air Commando Wing, 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed in Laos after engine failed
					Jan 2, 1968.  Pilot survived and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				1574 (c/n 159-86) to civil registry as N2742R, then N80696, then N28TE
				1577 (c/n 159-89) to civil registry as N3662G
				1578 (c/n 159-90) to civil registry as N2815G.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#281) and then to Royal Thai AF as JF13-83/11.
					w/o Aug 18, 1973 at Surin airport.
				1579 (c/n 159-91) to N3214G, to Mexican AF as T28-980 then to US civil registry as N7055N, current
				1580 (c/n 159-92) on civil registry as N281TT
				1581 (c/n 159-93) on civil registry as N3154G
				1582 (c/n 159-94) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS with
					606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand.  With
					634th Combat Support Group 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed from unknown cause
					while on test flight near Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Oct 23, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				1583 (c/n 159-95) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#203).  RTS with
					606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand.  To Laotian AF Oct 5, 1968.  W/o Oct 1971.
				1584 (c/n 159-96) to civil registry as N8391H, converted to T-28D-5 (#280). To Thai AF, then to Laos AF/3410 in Dec 1972.
					In Australia, allocated VH-BJF but not taken up.  To VH-CIA Sep 22, 1993.  Current as of 2007.
				1586 (c/n 159-98) to MASDC. To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS
					with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
					With 56th Air Commando Wing 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed after engine failed over Ho Chi
					Minh trail in southern Laos Jan 28, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and eluded capture and was rescued next
					morning by USAF helicopter.
				1591 (c/n 159-103) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#201).  RTS
					with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.  To Royal Laotian AF.  Wo Mar 1971.
				1592 (c/n 159-104) to N3210G, to Mexican AF as T28-916.  To US civil registry
					as N7055M, then on civil registry as N92TL, current.
				1596 (c/n 159-108) to N9460Z, cancelled May 25, 1967.  To Ecuadorian AF Jan 1967.
				1599 (c/n 159-111) to North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#200).  RTS with 606th
					Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.  To Laotian AF Sep 21, 1968
				1600 (c/n 159-112) to civil registry as N2890G  in 1963. Converted to T-28D-5 (#291).  To Laotian AF Sep 17, 1968.
					W/o in 1971.
				1601 (c/n 159-113) to civil registry as N9667C.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#279) and went to
					Thai AF as JF13-85/11 and later preserved at Don Muang.
				1602 (c/n 159-114) to civil registry as N9668C, cancelled Oct 21, 1964.  To Dominican Republic AF as 2802.
				1604 (c/n 159-116) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS.
					With 634th Combat Support Group, 606th Air Commando Squadron shot down by AAA near Ban Loumpoum, Laos
					Jan 17, 1967.  Pilot KIA
				1605 (c/n 159-117) to N8396H, converted to T-28R-1 #4.  Cancelled on export to Brazil Oct 26, 1962.  To Brazilian
					Navy as N-702.  Believed w/o
				1606 (c/n 159-118) to civil registry as N3221G
				1608 (c/n 159-120) to civil registry as N9880C.  Purahased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#278)and went to Royal Laotian
					AF .  w/o Aug 6, 1968 or Aug 7, 1969
				1610 (c/n 159-122) to Saudi AF Sep 28, 1957.
				1611 (c/n 159-123) (GT-28A) at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
				1612 (c/n 159-124) on civil registry as N7285C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later refurbished for
					Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but not delivered.  Purchased back by USAF and converted to 
					T-28D-5 (#277) and went to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Aug 1969.  N7285C cancelled Oct 12, 1970.
				1613 (c/n 159-125) on civil registry as N7641C in 1963.  Sold back to USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#292).  To Laotian 
					AF Sep 17, 1968.  W/o Han 31, 1971.
				1614 (c/n 159-126) on civil registry as N628AR
				1615 (c/n 159-127) to civil registry as N7284C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba(Batista) in 1958, later refurbished
					Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionairias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
					N7284C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
				1616 (c/n 159-128) to civil registry as N2882G, then N400AF.  
					Registration N212DP reserved Dec 4, 2006, taken up Dec 3, 2007
				1618 (c/n 159-130) to N7290C, to Mexican AF as T28-910.  To US civil registry as N7054L.  Registration cancelled by FAA
					Jan 31, 2006 as written off by Hurricane Wilma.  Registration restored May 17, 2007.  Current as N618TL
				1619 (c/n 159-131) to civil registry as N7491C then N128AF
				1620 (c/n 159-132) on civil registry as N23ES
				1621 (c/n 159-133) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 24, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#198).  RTS
					with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand
				1622 (c/n 159-134) to civil registry as N3660G.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#276).  To Laotian AF 
					Jun 27, 1968.
				1623 (c/n 159-135) to civil registry as N7278C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later refurbished Jul 1959 for
					Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionairias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.  
					N7278C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
				1624 (c/n 159-136) to civil registry as N7645C.  Purchased back by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#251).  To Laotian AF
					W/o Jan 17, 1969
				1625 (c/n 159-137) to civil registry as N7276C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later refurbished Jul 1959
					for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
					N7276C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
				1626 (c/n 159-138) on civil registry as N9624C. 
				1627 (c/n 159-139) on civil registry as N2837G in 1963.  Purchased back by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#293).  
					To Laotian AF Sep 17, 1968.   W/o Jul 11, 1969 or Jul 17, 1969
				1628 (c/n 159-140) to civil registry as N2800G
				1629 (c/n 159-141) to Saudi AF, Sep 28, 1957.
				1630 (c/n 159-142) on civil registry as N28NA
				1631 (c/n 159-143) sold in 1957 to Saudi Arabia.  on civil registry as N3186G in 1963.  Repurchased by USAF
					and converted to T-28D-5 (#317).  To Laotian AF Sep 17, 1968.   W/o Jan 31, 1969
				1632 (c/n 159-144) on civil registry as N9022A
				1633 (c/n 159-145) to civil registry as N9617C.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#317).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 1970 and w/o Mar 12, 1970
				1634 (c/n 159-146) to civil registry as N9878C, then converted by North American to T-28D-5 (#313) to Democratic
					Republic of Congo AF Feb 18, 1969, later Zaire AF as FG634.  N9878C cancelled Mar 2, 1971.  Then became N99160 
					Jan 1977.  Purchased by William Nelson of El Paso, TX Dec 1977.  Purchased by Mike Bogue of Oakland, CA
					in 1981.  Sold to Wiley Sanders Truck Lines Inc, Troy, AL 1984-1992.  Since 2000 was flyable as T-28D 
					(still registred as NX9916) with Military Aviation Museum,  Virginia Beach, VA
				1635 (c/n 159-147) to civil registry as N5252V
				1636 (c/n 159-148) to civil registry as N7648C
				1637 (c/n 159-149) to civil registry as N7698C, later N98Z.  Repurchased by USAF in 1967.  Converted to
					T-28D-5 (#295) and went to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Apr 19, 1970
				1638 (c/n 159-150) on civil registry as N2868G.  Repurchased by USAF in 1967 and converted to T-28D-5 (#296).  To Royal Laotian AF and
					w/o Sep 4, 1968 or Sep 4, 1969
				1639 (c/n 159-151) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#197).  RTS
					with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand.  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-73/09 in 1966
				1640 (c/n 159-152) to civil registry as N7287C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista)  in 1958, later refurbished
					Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Frvolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista
					FAEC.  N7287C cancelled Oct 6, 1961.
				1642 (c/n 159-154) to N9854C, cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF Aug 22, 1963.
				1643 (c/n 159-155) to civil registry as N9674C, then N28RE, then N81643.
				1644 (c/n 159-156) to civil registry as N9872C
				1645 (c/n 159-157) to civil registry as N2851G.  N2851G cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF as 218 Nov 15, 1963.
					To N9939r Mar 1977.
				1646 (c/n 159-158) to civil registry as N9666C, cancelled Apr 19 1965, on export to Dominican Republic AF.
					To HI-276 Dec 1976, cancelled Mar 10, 1977.  To N70743 Sep 1977.  Current with American Airpower Heritage
					Flying Museum
				1647 (c/n 159-159) converted to T-28D-5 (#275).  To N9859C Jun 24, 1964.  Sold back to USAF Nov 9, 1967.
					N9859C cancelled Mar 2, 1971.  To Ecuadorian AF as 91647 Aug 31,1968.  
				1648 (c/n 159-160) to civil registry as N3222G.  Purchased back by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#250).  
					To Laotian AF Oct 24, 1967.  Later to Philippine AF
				1650 (c/n 159-162) on civil registry as N9677C
				1654 (c/n 159-166) on civil registry as N5251V
				1655 (c/n 159-167) to civil registry as N7281C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista) in 1958, later refurbished
					Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of
					Batista FAEC.  N7281C cancellec Jan 12, 1971.
				1656 (c/n 159-168) on civil registry as N28SV
				1657 (c/n 159-169) to civil registry as N6254C
				1658 (c/n 159-170) to Saudi AF Apr 14, 1963.
				1662 (c/n 159-174) on civil registry as N9630C
				1663 (c/n 159-175) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1951 and served at Williams, Norton, Lowry, and Sheppard AFBs as
					well as Hurlbut.  Dedicated to Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park Jun 9, 1972.  Currently at Hurlburt 
					Field, FL on a pedestal.
				1665 (c/n 159-177) to N6083C.  Converted to T-28R-1 #7.  N6083 cancelled Oct 26, 1962 on export
					to Brazil.  To Brazilian Navy as N705 Oc5 10, 1962.  To Brazilian AF.  To Dominican Republic AF
					as 2803.  To HI-282 Mar 1977 for ferry flight to USA.  Cancelled Mar 10, 1977.  
					N64785 registered with C/n 49-1655 Jul 13, 1977.  N665PB registered with Cn 49-1665 Aug 11, 2004.
					Current. 
				1666 (c/n 159-178) to civil registry as N2838G
				1668 (c/n 159-180) sold in 1957 to Saudi Arabia.  On civil registry as N7277C
				1669 (c/n 159-181) on civil registry as N9867C
				1670 (c/n 159-182) to Mexican AF as T28-903.  To US civil registry as N8156Y, current
				1673 (c/n 159-185) to civil registry as N9611C.  Crashed near Tatum, New Mexico May 9, 1987.  2 killed.
				1674 (c/n 159-186) to civil registry as N7289C
				1676 (c/n 159-188) to civil registry as N2896G, then N6851D.  Owned by Cactus Air Force
				1677 (c/n 159-189) to civil registry as N7450C in 1963.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#312).  
					To Laotian AF Jan 28, 1970.  To Philippine AF in 1974
				1681 (c/n 159-193) sold in 1957 to Saudi Arabian AF.
				1683 (c/n 159-195) to Mexican AF as T28-917, then to US civil registry as N7062K, current
				1686 (c/n 159-198) to N7690C Nov 30, 1959.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#274).  Sold back to USAF May 15, 1967.
					N7690C cancelled  May 23, 1969.  To Ecuadorian AF Aug 31, 1968 as 91686. 
				1687 (c/n 159-199) on civil registry as N7686C.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#273).  To Thai AF 
					as JF13-79/11 Aug 1968 and SOC Aug 1984.  Preserved Loel by 1985
				1688 (c/n 159-200) to civil registry as N7498C.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D (#272).  To Thai AF as JF13-80/11.
					SOC Aug 14, 1984
				1689 (c/n 159-201) on display at Vance AFB, OK.
				1690 (c/n 159-202) sold in 1957 to Saudi Arabia.  To Mexican AF as FAM 977.
				1691 (c/n 159-203) to civil registry as N7286C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista) in 1958, later refurbished
					Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista
					FAEC.  N7282C cancelled Dec 12, 1971.
				1693 (c/n 159-205) to Mexican AF as T28-960 (may be fake serial number) preserved at Tijuana May 2008
				1694 (c/n 159-206) on civil registry as N7497C
				1695 (c/n 159-207) in 2009 was on display at Randolph AFB Airpark, TX.
				1696 (c/n 159-208) to civil registry as N7282C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista) in 1958, later refurbished
					Jul 1959 for Fuerzas ASrmadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of
					Batista FAEC.  N7282C cancelled Dec 12, 1971.
				1698 (c/n 159-210) to civil registry as N7280C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later refurbished Jul 1959
					for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
					Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#297).  To Laotian AF Jan 20, 1970.   w/o Feb 7, 1971 or 
					Feb 11, 1971.
				1699 (c/n 159-211) to civil registry as N5253V.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#271).  To Laotian AF 
					Jun 4, 1968.  To Philippine AF in 1974.  WFU
				1700 (c/n 159-212) to civil registry as N3659G then N28JS then N28AM
				1701 (c/n 159-213) to civil registry as N9665C
				1702 (c/n 159-214) on civil registry as N5295V Mar 22, 1966.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#270).  
					To Thai AF as JF13-81/11, to Laotian AF Dec 1972, later to Philippine AF
				1703 (c/n 159-215) to civil registry as N7642C then N28100
				1704 (c/n 159-216) to N7198C in 1963.  Repurchased by USAF in 1967 and converted to T-28D-5 (#269).  To Laotian AF Jun 4, 1968.
					  To Philippine AF in 1974.  Dumped Sangley Point 2003
				1705 (c/n 159-217) to civil registry as N7495C.  Cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF Aug 22, 1963l
				1706 (c/n 159-218) on civil registry as N5951V.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#298).  To Royal Laotian
					AF ?
				1707 (c/n 159-219) to civil registry as N7279C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista) 1958, later refurbished Jul 1959
					for Fuerzas Armadas, Revolucionarias (Castro) but not delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
					N7279C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
				1710 (c/n 159-222) to N7651C.  To Mexican AF as T28-974.  Preserved BAM La Paz Nov 1994.
				1712 (c/n 159-224) delivered Sep 28, 1957 to Saudi Arabia
				1713 (c/n 159-225) delivered Sep 28, 1957 to Saudi Arabian AF as 713.
				1714 (c/n 159-226) was first prototype NA-260 T-26B Nomad ship, registered as N79Z, and became Fennec prototype 01.  
					Shipped to France Jul 1959 to be adopted as the Fennec, although it was the Pacific Aeromotive conversion
					that actually formed the basis for the Fennec.  Destroyed in Algeria by one of its own rockets on landing.
				1715 (c/n 159-227) on civil registry as N7283C
				1716 (c/n 159-228) to civil registry as N5247V in 1963.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#299).  To 
					Laotian AF Sep 34, 1998
				1717 (c/n 159-229) on civil registry as N9165Z.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#268).  To Royal Laotian
					AF in 1968 and later to Philippne AF
				1719 (c/n 159-231) on civil registry as N7245C.  In 2010 was under restoration by Cactus Air Force after being
					purchased from a private individual in 1982. 
				1720 (c/n 159-232) to N9874C.  Converted to T-28R-1 #8.  Cancelled on export to Brazian Navy Nov 14, 1962 as N-702.
					To Brazilian AF 
				1721 (c/n 159-233) to civil registry as N182U
				1722 (c/n 159-234) to civil registry as CF-LOI
				1723 (c/n 159-235) to civil registry as N2883G.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#249).  To Royal Laotian AF
					and w/o July 18, 1968.
				1724 (c/n 159-236) to civil registry as N2884G.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#300) then to 
					Laos AF as 91724  Jan 25, 1970.  To VH-MEO May 29, 1992.  Currently in Australia, airworthy as VH-MEO
				1725 (c/n 159-237) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#196).  
					To MAP, to Royal Thai AF as JF13-74/09
				1726 (c/n 159-238) to N6102C, cancelled Mar 12, 1963.  To Mexican AF
				1727 (c/n 159-239) on civil registry as N9862C
				1729 (c/n 159-241) on civil registry as N729NA
				1730 (c/n 159-242) to MASDC. To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 7, 1965 and converted 
					to T-28D-5 (#195).  To MAP. To Royal thai AF as JF13-57/09 
				1731 (c/n 159-243) to civil registry as N9858C in 1963.  Repurchased by USAF in 1970 and converted to T-28D-5 (#301).  
					To Laotian AF Jan 25, 1970
				1732 (c/n 159-244) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 7, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#194).  To MAP.
					To Royal Thai AF as JF 13-76/09 in 1966.
				1734 (c/n 159-246) to N9103Z, cancelled Jun 19, 1963.  To Mexican AF  
				1735 (c/n 159-247) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 7, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#193).  To Royal
					Thai AF as JF13-77/90
				1738 (c/n 159-250) on civil registry as N7692C
				1740 (c/n 159-252) on civil registry as N9096Z.   Repurchased by USAF in 1967 and converted to T-28D-5 (#267).  To Royal
					Laotian AF.  W/o Mar 24, 1969 or Mar 27, 1969.
				1741 (c/n 159-253) To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 7, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#192).  To Thai AF
					under MAP  Apr 4, 1966.  To Cambodian AF in 1972.  Escaped to Thiland in 1975.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
				1742 (c/n 159-254) to civil registry as N9442Z
				1743 (c/n 159-255) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 8, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#191).  To Royal
					Thai AF as JF13-69/09 in 1966
				1744 (c/n 159-256) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 8, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#190).  To Royal
					Thai AF as JF13-70/09
				1749 (c/n 159-261) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 8, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#189).  To Thai
					AF as JF13-71/09.  To Laotian AF Dec 1, 1972
				1751 (c/n 159-263) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 8, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#188).  To Thai
					AF as JF13-72/09 in 1966
				1752 (c/n 159-264) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 4, 1965 and converted to T-28D.  RTS with
					1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB.
				1753 (c/n 159-265) to civil registry as N9616C in 1958.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#266) in 1967.
					To Royal Laotian AF and w/o May 20, 1970
				1756 (c/n 159-268) to MASDC.  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 4, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#186).  RTS with
					1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB.  To Royal Laotian AF as JF13-91/13
49-1757/177O		Cancelled contract for Boeing B-54A
				originally designated B-50C.  May have been c/n 16168/16181
49-1771/1799		Cancelled contract for Boeing RB-54A
				originally designated RB-50C.  May have been c/n 16182/16210
49-1800/1899		Lockheed F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star
				c/n 080-2627/2726
				1800 w/o in landing accident Sep 11, 1951 at Suwon AB, South Korea.
				1802 to Ecuador AF.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1965
				1803 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) damaged by AAA and crashed near Sinanju Jul 11, 1951.
				1805 (8th FBG, 36 FBS) belly landed at K-14 May 31, 1952.
				1806 (8th FBG) shot down by ground fire Apr 20, 1952.
				1807 w/o Mar 1, 1951 in takeoff accident at K-2, South Korea
				1810 to Ecuador AF.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1965
				1812 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) collided with another F-80 and crashed into 
					Ongangawa River, Korea Sep 15, 1950.
				1813 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) MIA on night recon mission Mar 16, 1953.
				1814 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) tip tanks came off during bombing run and crashed
					Huichon, NK Dec 9, 1950.
				1815 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA on combat mission Sep 14, 1950.
				1816 w/o Oct 3, 1950, Korea
				1817 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) internal explosion, pilot bailed out N of Taegu Jan 8, 1951.
				1818 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed after mechanical problem Jan 6, 1951.
				1819 w/o Nov 15, 1950, Korea
				1820 w/o Jun 7, 1951 in crash 50 mi N of Taegu AB, South Korea
				1822 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 10, 1953.
				1823 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) engine flamed out, belly landed near K-50 Oct 30, 1951
				1825 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed into water at gunnery range Mar 6, 1952.
				1828 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA N of Pyongyang, N. Korea Mar 14, 1951.
				1829 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) hit by AAA and crashed near Sunchon, N. Korea Jun 28, 1951.
				1830 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) hit by AAA Nov 22, 1952.
				1831 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire NE of Sunchon, N. Korea Jul 1, 1951.
				1832 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) hit by ground fire near Kunu-ri, Korea Dec 16, 1951.
				1833 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA near Sunan airfield Jul 7, 1951.
				1834 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) in midair collision with MiG Mar 17, 1951.
				1836 w/o Jun 18, 1951 in crash 20 mi SE of Kadena AB, Okinawa
				1837 w/o in landing accident Sep 23, 1952 Johnson AB, Japan
				1838 w/o Jan 8, 1951 Itazuke AB, Japan
				1839 w/o in landing accident Jun 25, 1951 Kimpo AB, South Korea
				1840 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashlanded at Seoul South AB Apr 29, 1951.
				1842 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) hit by AAA, exploded on impact near Sogu-ri, Korea Apr 12, 1951
				1844 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Mar 5, 1951.  Shot down by AAA with
					8th FBG, 35th FBS) Apr 26, 1951.
				1847 w/o Feb 3, 1951 in crash 2 mi N of Fukuoka, Japan
				1848 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) hit ground on strafing pass, pilot bailed out over Wonsan
					Harbor Mar 20, 1951.
				1849 on display at Kulis ANGB, Alaska
				1850 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed into Fukouka Bay Apr 15, 1951.
				1852 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed while on strafing run May 10, 1951.
				1853 (8th FBG, 36th FIS) hit by AAA and crashed near Kujangdong, N. Korea May 14, 1951.
				1854 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) tip tank came loose, crashed near Chunchon, Korea Jan 23, 1951.
				1855 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) tip tanks malfunctioned, crashed near Taegu Apr 9, 1951.
				1856 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) external tank damaged by ground fire, could not jettison,
					crashlanded Apr 8, 1951.
				1857 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) pilot bailed out due to engine failure near Chinnampo
					Sep 6, 1951.
				1858 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by AAA Feb 16, 1953.
				1859 w/o Apr 13, 1952 in crash 8 mi SSE of Itazuke AB, Japan on approach.  Pilot killed.
				1860 (8th FBG) crashlanded after engine failure Feb 24, 1951.
				1861 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) MIA on armed recon mission May 13, 1951.
				1862 (8th FBG, 80th FIS) shot down by AAA over Hengchon Feb 26, 1951.
				1863 w/o in landing accident Sep 8, 1951 Yontan AB, Japan
				1865 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) hit by ground fire and crashed into Wonsan Harbor Apr 7, 1951.
				1866 w/o May 23, 1951 in takeoff accident at Suwon AB, South Korea
				1867 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed on strafing run near Inchon, N. Korea Mar 21, 1951.
					Also listed as going to Ecuador AF and ended up at MASDC Jun 15, 1965.
				1868 to Ecuador AF.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1965
				1869 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) ran off end of runway on takeoff Jan 1, 1952.
				1871 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) disintegrated in midair at Omora Gunnery Range, Kyushu, Japan
					Jul 24, 1951.
				1872 to Ecuador AF as TF-872.  To MASDC Jun 15, 1965.  Now in Pueblo, CO museum
				1873 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down on strafing run Aug 1, 1952.
				1874 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 8, 1952.
				1875 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) damaged by AAA Feb 5, 1951. Crashlanded due to engine
					trouble with 8th FBG, 36th FBS Nov 17, 1952.
				1877 w/o Sep 19, 1955 in crash 5 mi SW of Yokota AB, Japan
				1878 (8th FBG, 25th FBS) crashed during strafing run Chunghwa, N. Korea Oct 9, 1951.
				1880 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) MIA on bombing run Jan 16, 1952.
				1881 w/o in landing accident Jun 7, 1951 Tsuiki AB, Japan
				1882 w/o Mar 6, 1952, Korea
				1884 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed into mountain after target run Jan 11, 1952.
				1885 (RF-80C, 67th TRW, 15th TRS) shot down by ground fire Jul 1, 1953.
				1886 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire S of Sunan Jul 14, 1951.
				1887 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA due to fuel exhaustion after return from 
					combat mission Feb 21, 1951.
				1892 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) MIA Apr 15, 1953.
				1895 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed on bomb run Jul 22, 1952.
49-1900/1909		Boeing B-47A Stratojet
				Model 450-10-9, c/n 450001/450010
				1900 to NACA 150
				1901 passed on to US Navy upon completion of development work.
					Nose section in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				1902 passed on to US Army at Eglin AFB, FL upon completion of development work.
				1903 redesignated EB-47A Sep 1951.  Passed to US Army at Eglin AFB, FL upon
					completion of development work.  SOC at Eglin AFB.
				1904 crashed near Wichita, Kansas Mar 19, 1951
				1905 redesignated EB-47A Nov 1954 when relegated to ground instructional airframe
				1906 crashed on landing at Wichita Airport, Kansas Aug 18, 1951.
				1907 redesignated EB-47A Feb 1952.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe May 1953.
				1909 redesignated EB-47A Apr 1952.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe May 1953.
49-1910/1911		Convair XT-29 
				1910 (c/n 169) converted to CT-29A.  To N39407 with Hamilton Aviation Co., then CP-1330 of Frigorificos Reyes.  
					WFU and stored 1979
				1911 (c/n 179) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC Sep 1974.  To Dross Metals Inc Apr 7, 1977.
49-1912/1945		Convair T-29A
				1912 (c/n 180) damaged Nov 22, 1959 at Houston MAP, Texas in landing accident.  Later modified 
					as CT-29A fitted with cameras and used during mid-1960s
					by 7405th Support Sqdn as spyplane operating from Frankfurt/Rhein-Main
					AB, West Germany.  WFU and stored 1975
				1913 (c/n 152) Built as a CV240-17, produced at Convair San Diego for the USAF Mar 29, 1950 as a Navigation 
					Trainer (T-29A) with four astrodomes, unpressurized. WFU & stored 1972
				1914 (c/n 181) converted to VT-29A  To MASDC Oct 1974.  
				1915 (c/n 182) converted to VT-29A  WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
					Sep 1973.  Bought by Air Wing International Inc Apr 18, 1983 and registered
					N38930.  Bought by Caribbeean Purchasing Inc Oct 15, 1984.  WFU and
					stored Port-au-Prince, Haiti Oct 1984.  Derelict, partially scrapped in 1988
				1916 (c/n 183) converted to VT-29A, to civil registry as N64798 with Aircraft Surplus Co, Aug 10, 1977.
					To Aero Services International Sep 25, 1978.  To Dnnald A. Henke May 1, 1982.  To Air Operationa
					International, registered Jun 19, 1981.  Reregistered AN27DH Aug 1981, cancelled Nov 1981.  Stored Nov 1982.
				1917 (c/n 184) w/o Feb 9, 1967 at Wiesbaden AB, West Germany after losing power
					after takeoff on test flight and landed in plowed field and caught fire.
				1918 (c/n 185) converted to VT-29A.  Stored at MASDC Apr 1975.  Noted in storage area of Pima Air and Space 
					Museum Mar 1, 2002, fitted with tail from 51-5135
				1919 (c/n 186) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC May 1975.  Sold to Southwestern Alloys Feb 1, 1980.
				1920 (c/n 187) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC Jul 1974.
				1921 (c/n 188) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC.  Bought by Hillcrest Aircraft May 1977 registered as N87962. Bought
					by Whitley Jesse McCoy in 1980. Bought by Jean C. Cross Jul 15, 1982.   WFU
					and stored 1984.  Bought by Mexico Cooperative de Servicios Aereos
					Jul 27, 1984.  Ultimate fate obscure.
				1922 (c/n 189) to MASDC Dec 1973.  
				1923 (c/n 190) WFU and stored 1973
				1924 (c/n 191) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC Feb 1974.
				1925 (c/n 192) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC Sep 1973.  To civil registry as N1039W.  WFU and stored 1980.
				1926 (c/n 193) WFU and stored 1973
				1927 (c/n 194) converted to VT-29A/C.  To MASDC Apr 1974.  To civil registry as N45821.  Stored Feb 1977.
				1928 (c/n 195) to MASDC feb 1972
				1929 (c/n 196) converted to VT-29A.  To civil registry as N9046N.  Abandoned in Aruba Jul 1987, probably after
					a drug run.  Officially grounted Jan 22, 1979,  Registered again Feb 7, 1979.  Still at Aruba Aug 1988.
				1930 (c/n 197) converted to VT-29A. Tto MASDC Dec 1974.  
				1931 (c/n 198) w/o in Colorado Feb 25, 1962.
				1932 (c/n 199) with DC ANG, 113th TFW Oct 16, 1973 last known.  To MASDC Mar 1975.  To civil registry as N83783
				1933 (c/n 200) converted to CT-29A.  To N83783
				1934 (c/n 201) converted to CT-29A.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.   Now on display at Sheppard AFB painted
					as a C-131.
				1935 (c/n 202) converted to VT-29A.  WFU and stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
					Jun 1975.  Bought by Synetics Apr 14, 1997 and registered N87949.
					Bought by Bahamas Air Ferries Jan 1993.  Leased by Trans-Florida
					Airlines Jan 1993, subleased by Bahamas Air Charter Jan 1995.
					DBR Jun 1, 1998 at Aguadilla-Borinquen Airport, Puerto Rico when landed gear-up in
					training accident.
				1936 (c/n 203) WFU and stored 1973.
				1937 (c/n 204) to MASDC Aug 1974.  To civil registry as N9048N.  WFU and stored 1981.
				1938 (c/n 205) at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA
				1939 (c/n 206) converted to VT-29A.  With DC ANG, 113th TFW Jun 19, 1974 last known.
				1940 (c/n 207) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC Jan 1975.
				1941 (c/n 208) converted to T-29B.  To MASDC Aug 1974.
				1942 (c/n 209) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC Aug 1974.
				1943 (c/n 210) converted to VT-29A Apr 1952.  To MASDC Dec 1974.  To civil registry as N64797, registered 
					Aug 10, 1977.  WFU and stored Tucson, AZ 1979
				1944 (c/n 211) delivered as VT-29A, converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC Jul 1974.  
				1945 (c/n 212) delivered as VT-29A, converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC Jun 1974. 
49-1946			Convair YT-32.  
				Cancelled contract.  I have a reference which lists
					this number as being used for Boeing XB-55. May be a re-issue.
49-1947/1960		Cessna LC-126A
				c/n 7295,7322,7328,7334,7344,7349,7354,7359,7364,
					7369,7373,7378,7380,7383.
				1948 (c/n 7322) to N9305R.  To Canada Mar 9, 1977.
				1949 (c/n 7328) at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
				1959 (c/n 7380) to N9301A, later became N6896C
				1960 (c/n 7383) to N6492D.
49-1961/1965		Ryan L-17B Navion
				Redesignated U-18B in 1962
				1961 (c/n NAV-4-1785) to Greek AF as 91961 in 1949.
				1962 (c/n NAV-4-1786) to Greek AF as 91962 in 1949.  WFU.  To N9828F.  To D-ELMI (NTU), to SE-CPL
				1963 (c/n NAV-4-1787) to Greek AF as 91963 in 1949.  WFU.  To N20000.
				1964 (c/n NAV-4-1788) to Greek AF as 91964 in 1949.
				1965 (c/n NAV-4-1789) to Greek AF as 91965 in 1949.
49-1966/1995		Cancelled contract for North American F-93A
49-1996/2011		Sikorsky H-5H
				1997 (3rd ARS) lost power during flight and crashed Aug 22, 1950.
				1999 (c/n 51183) to civil registry as N14528. Registration cancelled by FAA Nov 12, 2008
					as "destroyed".  Is actually held in storage by the Evergreen
					Aviation and Space Museum.  Has housings sticking out of each side
					so that two litters could be carried transversely, one just behind
					the pilot and the other just aft of the engine.
				2000 (3rd ARS) crew bailed out Jun 25, 1952 after being hit by enemy fire.
				2001 noted during 1994 at Alaska Museum of Transportation and Industry, Wasilla, AK.  Still there Summer 2005.
				2002 (c/n 51187) to civil registry as N6529D with New York City Board of Education Nov 18, 1960, cancelled
					Nov 3, 2972.
				2006 (3rd ARS) ran out of fuel on SAR mission, destroyed on ground by Navy aircraft Jul 25, 1950.
				2007 (c/n 51197) to civil registry as N6591D.  To New England Air Museum, to War Memorial of Korea, Seoul
				2009 crashed into mountain in low visibility Nov 28, 1950.  3 killed.
				2010 w/o May 28, 1950 woth 10 RES of Ladd AFB.
49-2012/2016		Sikorsky YH-19
				2012 (c/n 55001) delivered to USAF Apr 16, 1950.  
				2013 (c/n 55002) delivered to USAF Jun 15, 1950.  To civil registry with Orlando Helicopter Airways as N2798.  
					Cancelled Jan 23, 2008 as "destroyed/scrapped"
				2014 (c/n 55003) delivered to USAF Aug 24, 1950.  To civil registry as N68634, cancelled Nov 12, 2013
				2015 (c/n 55004) delivered to USAF Aug 25, 1950.  To civil registry as N74126, cancelled Sep 6, 2012.
				2016 (c/n 55005) delivered to USAF Sep 16, 1950.  With 3rd ARS crash landed in mudflats near Inchon, South Korea 
					May 2, 1952 after engine failed while returning from patient evacuation mission.  All 3 crew survived 
					and were rescued.
49-2017/2021		Cancelled contract
49-2022			Republic F-84E Thunderjet
49-2023/2122		Republic F-84E-1-RE Thunderjet
				2030 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2034 (12th FEW) struck a parked B-50 Aug 29, 1951 at RAF Mildenhall, UK and crashed into the center
					of nearby village of Beck, killing the pilot
				2044 crashed at Manston, England Mar 27, 1952
				2048 (31st Fighter Escort Group, 309th FS) crashed Nov 18, 1950 3 mi S of Cross City Apt, FL
					after engine caught fire.  Pilot successfully bailed out.
				2062 crashed after colliding in midair with 49-2383 over Deal, England Feb 6, 1943
				2063 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2071 ditched in English Channel Nov 30, 1952.
				2074 crashed near Margate, England May 14, 1952
				2086 converted to EF-84E and used for inflight refuelling trials.  Ran out of fuel and crashed 23 mi NE of
					Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada Sep 22, 1950 during cross-Atlantic test flight.  Unable to locate tanker.
					Pilot rescued.
				2091 converted to EF-84E for inflight refuelling trials.  Made first nonstop jet fighter crossing of the
					Atlantic Sep 22, 1950.
				2095 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2100 (49th FBG, 85th FBS) shot down by ground fire  Mar 28, 1952.
				2104 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2111 (123rd FBW/165th FBS) caught fire in air Apr 27, 1952 and
					crashed into houses at St Peters, England.  Pilot plus 3 on
					ground killed.
				2115 used in FICON tests with RB-36F 49-2707.   Redesignated EF-84E in 1952.  Dropped from
					inventory Jan 1954, subsequently scrapped.
49-2123/2222		Republic F-84E-5-RE Thunderjet
				2211 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) in bad weather Neubibert, Germany came out of clouds at steep angle, hit
					ground, and exploded Nov 24, 1950.
				2134 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2136 (86th FBW, 526th FBS) crashed Apr 4, 1952 at Neubiberg AB,
					West Germany when engine exploded on takeoff.  Pilot escaped
					with virtually no injuries.
				2137 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2139 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2140 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2155 noted in compound behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002.  By 2009 was restored
					and put on display in main hangar of Yanks Air Museum, minus tip tanks.
				2170 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2177 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2188 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2191 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2192 (53rd FBS) shot down by Czechoslovakian MiG-15 Mar 3, 1953 and crashlanded at Falkenstein, Germany.  Pilot
					escaped with only cuts and bruises.
				2199 crashed Nov 18, 1953 2 mi W of Dateland, AZ due to accidental jettisoning of his tip tank which got stuck
					in the aircraft's tail.  Could not be dislodged and pilot forced to eject.
				2211 to MASDC Nov 1958
49-2223/2322		Republic F-84E-10-RE Thunderjet
				2228 (36th FBG, 22nd FBS) crashed on Schweinfurt Gunnery Range, Germany Jan 10, 1951
				2230 (513th FBS) photo exists of the plane burning out at RAF Manston,
					date unknown.
				2234 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2235 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2243 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) caught fire during takeoff, exploded, Neubiberg AB, Germany Mar 16, 1951.
				2247 (86th FBG, 526th FIS) in four ship formation, flew into clouds that extended to the ground, became
					separated from flight and hit ground Nov 9, 1951.
				2255 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) hit ground during gunnery pass 1 mi W of Siegenburg, Germany Apr 16, 1951.
				2261 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2279 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2285 dismantled at Ira G. Ross/Niagra Aerospace Museum, Niagra, New York in Jul 2009.
				2287 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) shot down in Korea by AAA Apr 20, 1952.
				2309 to MASDC Nov 1958
49-2323/2429		Republic F-84E-15-RE Thunderjet
				2324 (27th FEW, 522nd FES) crashed during napalm run near Mundung-ni, N. Korea
					Jun 1, 1951.
				2325 (136th FBW, 111th FBS) crashed due to engine failure Feb 13, 1952.
				2330 damaged by fire on ground at Manston, England Dec 4, 1952.
				2335 (27th FEW, 523rd FES) crashed on strafing run S of Sariwon, Korea Dec 13, 1950
				2338 (136th FBW) MIA Aug 4, 1951.
				2339 (36th FBW, 154th FES) crashed on dive bombing run near Kyomip'o, Korea Jul 29, 1951.
				2341 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 11, 1952.
				2347 crashed near Margate, England Sep 4, 1952.
				2348 on display at Rickenbacker AFB, OH (1989 to 2001.  Later at American Airpower Museum, Long Island, NY.
					In 1976 was with San Jose State College Aero School at San Jose MAP, California.
				2351 (136th FBW) show down by AAA Oct 12, 1951.
				2353 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) shot down by AAA near Wonsan, Korea Jul 25, 1951.
				2354 (136th FBW) shot down by AAA Dec 8, 1951.
				2356 (165th FBW, HQ) crashed while on strafing mission Jan 6, 1952.
				2359 (27th FEW, 522nd FES) shot down by ground fire near Changnam-ni, Korea Mar 21, 1951.
				2363 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2364 (136th FBW) shot down by AAA SW of Sinanju, N. Korea Oct 13, 1951.
				2365 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) hit by AAA Dec 6, 1951.
				2369 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) hit by AAA and ditched in river SW of Sinanju Jan 14, 1952.
				2370 (136th FBW) engine failure, pilot bailed out Aug 14, 1951.
				2373 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) engine flamed out, pilot bailed out Oct 6, 1951.
				2375 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2380 (136th FBW, 111th FBS) pilot bailed out, killed Dec 29, 1951.
				2381 (136th FBW, 111th FBS) crashed into ground during bombing run Feb 3, 1952.
				2383 crashed after colliding in midair with 49-2062 near Deal, England Feb 6, 1953
				2384 (27th FEW, 522nd FES) shot down by ground fire near Kumwha, N. Korea Apr 22, 1951.
				2385 (136th FBW) hit by AAA and crashed Jul 28, 1951.
				2386 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) disintegrated in midair Sep 5, 1952.
				2388 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2393 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire in Korea May 9, 1952.
				2394 (136th FBW) pilot bailed out due to mechanical problems Jul 16, 1951.
				2396 (27th FEW, 524th FES) crashed into hill near Kaesong-Ni, Korea Apr 16, 1951.
				2398 (136th FBW) shot down by MiG Nov 3, 1951, pilot POW.
				2399 (136th FBW) shot down by MiG Sep 12, 1951.
				2401 (27th FEW) MIA Jan 2, 1951.
				2403 (136th FBW, 111th FBS) shot down by AAA Nov 17, 1951.
				2404 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) crashed on strafing run Mar 10, 1952.
				2406 (136th FBW) hit by AAA and belly-landed Feb 6, 1952.
				2410 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) crashed Sep 10, 1952.
				2413 to MASDC Nov 1958
				2414 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) shot down by AAA Oct 8, 1951.
				2415 (136th FBW, HQ) shot down by MiGs Dec 5, 1951.
				2420 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) MIA after bombing run Mar 3, 1952.
				2422 (27th FEW, 522nd FES) crashed near Kopo-ri, Korea Jan 24, 1950.
				2423 (27th FEW, 524th FES) engine failed, crash landing at Taegu Jun 17, 1951.
				2424 (49th FBG, 95h FBS) shot down by AAA Aug 29, 1952.
				2425 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) shot down by AAA Mar 10, 1952.
				2428 shot down by AAA Sep 29, 1952.
				2429 (27th FEW, 523rd FES) crashed over Keybang-san in bad weather May 19, 1951.
49-2430			Republic YF-84F Thunderstreak 
				Originally on F-84E contract as YF-96A   Later modified
					as YRF-84F parasite fighter in combination with GRB-36F.
					Now on display at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
49-2431/2438		Northrop F-89A Scorpion
				2431 Accepted by USAF Sep 28, 1950.  Modified as EF-89B.  Used as chase plane for experiments
					at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.  To FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental center (NAFEC) 
					as non-flyer.
				2432 accepted by USAF Oct 3, 1950
				2433 accepted by USAF Jan 1951.  Used to test air-ground capability at Eglin AFB, Florida.  Became an
					instructional airframe at Hill AFB, Utah
				2434 accepted by USAF Jan 1951.  Modified as EF-89A as testbed for unsuccessful Martin F-1 four-gun
					swiveling turrent.  Converted to F-89B.  To USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.  
					Not there in Nov 1997.  Seen at Texas Air Museum, San Antonio, TX
					Nov 2008.  Seen there in pieces in 2011.
				2438 converted to JF-89A
49-2439/2478		Northrop F-89B Scorpion
				2457 at Lakeview Park, Nampa, Idaho since Dec 1959.
				2463 converted to YF-89D.  Crashed Oct 20, 1953 at Edwards AFB, CA.  Both crew killed.
49-2479/2495		Lockheed F-94A-1-LO
				c/n 780-7001/7017
				2479 redesignated EF-94A, then to JF-94A.  To MASDC Dec 1957.  Salvaged Aug 1958.
				2480 retained by Lockheed for testing purposes.  In Apr 1950 to Fighter Section at Wright-Patterson
					AFB for testing purposes.   Crashed on landing at Wright Patterson AFB, OH May 24, 1950..  Pilot killed.
				2481 assigned as maintenance trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois
				2482
				2483
				2484 crashlanded at Lockheed airfield, Burbank, California Apr 13, 1950
				2485
				2486 retained by Lockheed and redesignated EF-94.  Bailed to Laurinberg, North Carolina as JF-94.
				2487
				2488 in landing accident at McChord AFB, Washington Mar 12, 1951.
				2489 crashed while landing at Larson AFB, Washington Oct 6, 1950.
				2490 (325th FG, 319th FS) crashed on takeoff at Larson AFB, WA Jul 20, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				2491 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) crashlanded at George AFB, California Mar 20, 1951
				2492 bailed to Hughes Aircraft Corp for tests, fitted with rocket nose cone.
				2493
				2494 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) forcelanded at Madera MAP, California Jan 13, 1951.
				2495 bailed to MIT for flight test purposes in 1955
49-2496			Lockheed F-94A-5-LO
				c/n 780-7018.  Retained by Lockheed as a trainer.  Donated to a museum in Hawthorne, California
49-2497			Lockheed YF-94B
				c/n 780-7019.  Taken off the assembly line and modified as the first YF-49B.  First flight Sep 29, 1950
49-2498/2588		Lockheed F-94A-5-LO
				c/n 780-7020/7110
				2498 redesignated EF-94.  Bailed to Bendix Corp as a JF-94.  Currently on display at WBAFB Museum, Dayton Ohio
				2499 crashlanded 3 mi N of Chillicothe, Ohio Sep 3, 1950
				2500 bailed to Cornell University Aeronautical Laboratyr for testing as EF-49A.   Stored at Niagra Aerospace 
					Museum, Niagra, New York in Feb 2003.  Moved to Warner Robins Museum of
					Aviation, Georgia, and in 2013 to Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California
				2504 (5001st CG, 449th FAWS) crashed 30 mi SE of Ladd AFB, AK
					Dec 12, 1950.
				2510 (5001st CG, 449th FAWS) involved in midair collision and
					crashed 6 mi S off Ladd AFB, AK Oct 19, 1950.
				2516 (3077 EG, HQ Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Edwards
					AFB, CA Sep 24, 1950
				2517 at Burlington IAP, Vermont
				2518 w/o Mar 24, 1953 in crash due to engine failure 8 mi SE of McChord AB, Washington
				2519 (5001 CG, 449 FAWS) damaged in landing accident at Galena AFB, CA
					Nov 26, 1950.
				2534 ran out of fuel and crashed 14 mi SE of China Lake, CA Jan 17, 1952.
				2535 w/o Jul 17, 1954 in landing accident at Otis AB, Massachusetts
				2537 (52nd FAWG, 2nd FAWS) crashed 5 mi S of Fairborn, OH Mar 30, 1951.
				2542 w/o Sep 6, 1951 Pemberton, New Jersey.
				2549 (52nd FAW G, 5th FAW S) crashed Nov 17, 1950 near Whitesbog, NJ 6 mi SE of McGuire AFB after flameout
					at low altitude and emergency wheels up landing made at short strip.  Aircraft struck
					dike and bog.  Both crew injured.
				2564 w/o Nov 6, 1953 in crash 3 mi W of Portland AP, Oregon due to engine failure.
				2571 (325th FIG, 319th FIS) crashed on takeoff at Rapid City AFB, SD May 12, 1951
				2573 (325th FIG, 318th FIS) crashed 4 mi SW of Whidbey Island, WA Jul 4, 1951.
				2580 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) missing off San Pablo Bay, CA Apr 8, 1951.
				2585 w/o Dec 19, 1952 San Pablo Bay, California
49-2589/2611		Boeing C-97A Stratofreighter
				c/n 16211/16233
				2589 (c/n 16211) to MASDC
				2590 (c/n 16212) later converted to C-97D.  To MASDC Mar 28, 1966
				2591 (c/n 16213) converted to KC-97A tanker, later back to C-97A.
					To MASDC Mar 31, 1964
				2592 (c/n 16214) converted to KC-97A tanker, later back to C-97A.
				2593 (c/n 16215) to KC-97E/KC-97F/C-97E/C-97F and reverted to C-97D.
					To MASDC as CH511 Nov 5,1971.
				2594 (c/n 16216) converted to VC-97D
				2596 (c/n 16218) converted to KC-97A tanker, later reconverted to C-97A.
					2596 converted to VC-97D.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1964
				2597 (c/n 16219) went missing Jan 19, 1958 over Pacific Ocean on flight from Fairfield-Travis
					AFB, CA to Tokyo, with stops scheduled in Hawaii and
					Wake Island.  It landed at Hawaii but never reached Wake Island.
				2598 to MASDC
				2599 to MASDC
				2600 to MASDC
				2601 to MASDC
				2602 missing over North Atlantic Oct 15,1951 with 12 aboard
				2603 to MASDC
				2605 to MASDC
				2607 to MASDC
				2608 to MASDC Apr 8, 1964.
				2609 to MASDC
				2610 to MASDC Apr 8, 1964.
				2611 to MASDC
49-2612/2641		Douglas C-47 Skytrain
				For Greece under MDAP as 612/641
				2616 hit by USAF F-80 during takeoff at K-13, Korea Dec 22, 1952.
				2622 (c/n 20474) was ex 43-16008 that had gone to civil registry as NC15836
					and later N15836 that was reacquired by USAF in 1949.  
					still flying with Greek AF bearing serial 49-2622.  Has been under IRAN
					at Hellenic Aircraft Industries from Oct 31, 2004.  Expected to be returned
					to Greek AF Jun 2005 with about 3 more years of operational use.  May still be active.
				2626 noted preserved at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				2627 noted derelict at Sedes AB, Greece Oct 2004
				2630 noted dumped at Athens Hellenikon Mar 1998.  This airfield is now closed and is
					being developed as an Olympic sports stadium.
				2634 noted derelict at Sedes AB, Greece Oct 2004
				2635 noted derelict at Sedes AB, Greece Oct 2004
				2638 noted derelict at Sedes AB, Greece Oct 2004
49-2642/2645		Boeing B-47B-1-BW Stratojet
				Model 450-11-10, c/n 450011/450014
				2642 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47 Sep 1954, and JTB-47B Dec 1955
				2643 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Sep 19t4 and JTB-47B  Dec 1955.
					Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again
				2644 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952 and ETB-47 Jun 1953.
				2645 (Air Proving Ground Command) burned at Eielson AFB during refuelling Sep 20, 1951
					and destroyed.
49-2646			Boeing B-47B-5-BW Stratojet
				Model 450-11-10, c/n 450015
				2646 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
49-2647/2654		Convair B-36D-5-CF Peacemaker
				2647/2650 c/n 96/99
				2651/2654 c/n 101/104
				2653 salvaged 6/27/55 after structural damage during
					1954 Pacific CASTLE nuclear tests.
49-2655			Convair B-36D-35-CF Peacemaker
				c/n 135
49-2656/2657		Convair B-36D-15-CF Peacemaker
				c/n 110/111
49-2658/2663		Convair B-36D-25-CF Peacemaker
				2658/2660 c/n 115/117
				2661/2663 c/n 121/123
				2658 (7th BW, 436th BS) w/o Apr 27, 1951 NE of Perkins, Oklahoma in mid-air collision with F-51 44-84973 during gunner
					training.  13 killed in B-36, 1 in 
					fighter, 4 survivors.
				2660 w/o 5/6/51 at Kirtland AFB in landing during high winds.  23 killed, 2 survivors
				2661 w/o 8/5/52 at sea just off San Diego, CA during shakedown flight due to wing fire.  7 crewmembers bailed 
					out--one was drowned, 6 survived.  Pilot stayed with plane and was killed.
49-2664/2668		Convair B-36D-35-CF Peacemaker
				2664/2666 c/n 127/129
				2667/2668 c/n 133/134
				2664 belly-landed at Kirtland AFB Oct 15, 1951. Repaired and returned to service.  Damaged in
					ground accident with 51-5705 Jun 5, 1953.
				2665 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
49-2669/2675		Convair B-36F-1-CF Peacemaker
				2669 c/n 109
				2670/2672 c/n 139/141
				2673/2675 c/n 145/147
				2675 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
49-2676			Convair YB-60-1-CF
				c/n 151.  Originally designated YB-36G.  Cut up for scrap Jul 1954.
49-2677			Convair B-36F-1-CF Peacemaker
				c/n 152
49-2678/2683		Convair B-36F-5-CF Peacemaker
				2678 c/n 153
				2679/2681 c/n 157/159
				2682/2683 c/n 163/164
				2678 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
				2679 w/o in ground fire at Carswell AFB 8/4/52.
				2680 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
				2681 to Davis Monthan Jun 3, 1957
49-2684			Convair YB-60-5-CF
				c/n 165. Originally designated YB-36G - Never flown, cut up for scrap Jul 1954.
49-2685			Convair B-36F-5-CF Peacemaker
				c/n 170
49-2686			Convair RB-36D-5-CF Peacemaker
				c/n 100
49-2687/2693		Convair RB-36D-10-CF Peacemaker
				2687/2690 c/n 105/108
				2691/2693 c/n 112/114
				2687 modified to GRB-36D.
				2692 modified to GRB-36D.
49-2694/2697		Convair RB-36D-15-CF Peacemaker
				2694/2696 c/n 118/120
				2697 c/n 124
				2694 modified to GRB-36D
				2695 modified to GRB-36D
				2696 modified to GRB-36D
49-2698/2702		Convair RB-36D-20-CF Peacemaker
				2698/2699 c/n 125/126
				2700/2702 c/n 130/132
				2701 modified to GRB-36D
				2702 modified to GRB-36D
49-2703/2711		Convair RB-36F-1-CF Peacemaker
				2703/2705 c/n 136/138
				2706/2708 c/n 142/143
				2709/2711 c/n 148/150
				2703 lost rudder in flight near Denver, CO Jul 11, 1955.
				2707 used in FICON and TOM-TOM project tests.  Redesignated GRB-36F 1951-52.
					Redesignated JRB-36F after 1955.
49-2712/2721		Convair RB-36F-5-CF Peacemaker
				2712/2714 c/n 154/156
				2715/2717 c/n 160/162
				2718/2721 c/n 166/169
49-2722/2756		North American T-6D Texan  
				rebuilds for Greece under MDAP
				2751 to Greek AF; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
49-2757			Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5157.  With 50th FBW crashed at Furstenfeldbruck AB,
					(West) Germany Nov 30, 1957.  Shiped to Chateauroux AB,
					France and SOC for spares recovery Oct 4, 1958.
49-2758/2772		Lockheed T-33B - given to US Navy as TO-2
				c/n 580-5158/5172
				BuNo 124571/124585
49-2773			Cessna LC-126A
				c/n 7417
49-2774/2878		Piper L-18B Cub
				c/n 11-1249/11-1353.  PA.11 Cub Special MDAP aircraft for Turkey.  Shipped from USA Sep 1949 and
					taken into service Apr 20, 1950.  Turkish sources say that only 40 were actually delivered.
				2823 (c/n 11-1298) became SX-ADF
				2838 (c/n 11-1313) became SX-ADD
49-2879/2887		Chase YC-122C
				2879 to N122E, next to Surinam as PZ-TAP, w/o Jul 22, 1961 and sold as 
					N122E. January 11, 1967, this cargo aircraft was lost between Fort Lauderdale 
					and Bimini in the Bahamas. One of many aircraft lost in the Bermuda Triangle. 
					4 on board, plus a cargo of film equipment destined for Bimini.  A few objects
					of debris were later sighted northwest of Bimini.
				2883 rebuilt as X-18.
49-2888/2891		Sikorsky YH-18A
				S-52-2 
				2888 (c/n 52005) on display at Fort Rucker, AL
				2889 (c/n 52006) to N54066
				2890 (c/n 52007) converted to YH-18B (S-52-5).  On display at Fort Rucker, AL
				2891 (c/n 52008) converted to XH-39A (S-59, c/n 59.002).  Returned to YH-18A configuration.  To N7741
49-2892/2893		Douglas X-3 Stiletto
				Program cancelled by USAF after only 6 flights
				2892 first flight Sep 20, 1952 at Edwards AFB, CA.  Transferred to NACA Aug 23, 1953 to May 23-1956.
					currently on display at WPAFB Museum.
				2893 was cancelled before fully completed, then used as source of spare parts for 2892.
49-2894/2896		Convair A-10A Catalina
				PBYs from US Navy.  OA-10A designation changed to A-10A in 1948.
49-2897/3537		North American T-6G Texan
				Remanufactured from earlier AT-6 aircraft.  Most to Spain, France, and Italy
				2897/3267 c/n 168-1/371
				3268/3277 c/n 168-681/690
				3278/3336 c/n 168-382/440
				3337/3386 c/n 168-451/500
				3387/3436 c/n 168-511/560
				3437/3486 c/n 168-571/620
				3487/3536 c/n 168-631/680
				3537 c/n 168-691.
				2901 (c/n 168-5) presumably went to French AF, as reported derelict
					at La Ferte Alais, France Jul 1986
				2906 (c/n 168-10) was rebuilt 42-44010
				2907 (c/n 168-11) was rebuilt 42-44139
				2908 (c/n 168-12) was rebuilt 41-17246.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ marked at 41-17246.
				2911 (c/n 168-15) was rebuilt 42-43938
				2912 (c/n 186-16) to Spanish AF as C.6-182.  Sold May 1982, became
					N29936, later N299CM, later N29936, latter N299CM
				2913 (c/n 168-17) was rebuilt 42-43929
				2915 (c/n 168-19) was rebuilt 42-44319.  Noted in 1961 as N7813C of Airplane Crop Dusting.
				2917 (c/n 168-21) to Spanish AF asC.6-183.  W/o Feb 14, 1974
				2919 (c/n 168-23) was rebuilt 42-43942.
				2920 (c/n 168-24) flying as N5572D.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
				2921 (c/n 168-25) was rebuilt 42-43892.  to Spanish AF as C.6-185.  Sold May 1982, became
					N29963, later N117MG, later N29963
				2928 crashed during air show at Beatrice, NE Sep 26, 1976.  Pilot and
					passenger killed.
				2947 (c/n 168-51) was rebuilt 42-43958.   To civilian registry as N6184C, C-GBPL, N555VJ.
				2948 (c/n 168-52) was rebuilt 42-44192.
				2950 (c/n 168-54)
				2951 (c/n 168-55) was rebuilt 42-43957
				2962 (c/n 168-66) on display as N12CC at Southerm Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL.
				2975 (c/n 168-79) to French AF as 92975
				2977 (c/n 168-81) was rebuilt ex USAAF 42-85517 (c/n 88-17298).  To Spanish AF as C.6-185.
					Sold May 1982, became N29963, later N117MG, later N29963.  
					Noted at Tennessee Museum of Aviation.
				2983 (c/n 168-87) to Moroccan AF, then to Tunisian AF as Y-61501.
					Became F-AZVN.
				2984 (c/n 168-88) to Spanish AF as E.16-61
				2988 (c/n 168-92) to civil registry as N584M
				2996 (c/n 168-100) to civil registry as N2879G 
				2998 (c/n 168-102) to Honduras AF as FAH 211
				3000 (c/n 168-104) to Spanish AF as E.16-26
				3001 (c/n 168-105) to civil registry as N9067Z
				3003 (c/n 168-107) to Spanish AF as C.6-186.  To civilian registry as N39311.
				3006 (c/n 168-110) to Spanish AF as E-16-192.  W/o Jul 27, 1979
				3009 (c/n 168-113) to civil registry as N2819G.  Converted to Kate replica for filming
					of 'Tora!Tora!Tora!.  Forced to ditch in ocean off Barbers Point after engine
					failure Feb 19, 1969.
				3015 (c/n 168-119) on display at Alaska ANG
				3019 (c/n 168-123) was rebuilt 42-43945.
				3030 (c/n 168-134) flying as N9871C.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
				3034 (c/n 168-138) to Spanish AF as C.6-187.  SOld Apr 1982, became
					N29939
				3037 (c/n 168-141) to Spanish AF as E.16-193, then to F-AZCQ
				3038 (c/n 168-142) to Spanish AF as E.16-63.  Sold Jun 1984,
					became N5451M.  Now flying as N66TY.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
				3051 (c/n 168-155) became N2823G, registration cancelled Jul 14, 2004
					as 'sale reported 1977'
				3056 (c/n 168-160) to Spanish AF as C.6-188.  Stored at Cuatro Vientos,
					Sold May 1998, became F-WZMP, later F-AZMB, later F-HLEA and marked 56 and on display at Musee Volant Salis,
					La Ferte-Alais, Cerny, France in 2014.
				3057 (c/n 168-161) to civil registry as N5296V.
				3066 (c/n 168-170) to Spanish AF as E.16-194.  Sold Apr 1984, became N49388
				3068 (c/n 168-172) to French AF as 90368.  Noted in storage at Chateaudun Jun 1965.
				3071 (c/n 168-175) to Spanish AF as E.16-195.  Sold May 1982,
					became N2996Q.	
				3072 (c/n 168-176) to N2807G. To G-BHTH 1980.  Crashed Mar 13, 1995. Noted at Northbrook
					College, Shoreham, England May 2003.  Rebuilt and registered
					G-TEXN Jun 22, 2005.
				3074 (c/n 168-178) to Spanish AF as E.16-74
				3076 (c/n 168-180) to Spanish AF as C.6-189
				3081 (c/n 168-185) to civilian registry as N7771C.
				3084 (c/n 168-188) to Spanish AF as E.16-64
				3085 (c/n 168-189) to Spanish AF as C.6-175.  Sold May 1980, 
					became N29935.
				3088 (c/n 168-192) to Spanish Af.  To US civil registry as N66TW
				3097 (c/n 168-201) seen flying in Pell City, AL in 2001 as N3HG.
				3100 (c/n 168-204) was rebuilt 42-4048.  Registered as N6625C.
				3121 (c/n 168-225) to Austria as 4C-TA Oct 1959.
				3124 (c/n 168-228) to Austria as 4C-TB Oct 1959.
				3130 (c/n 168-234) to Spanish AF as C.6-190.  W/o Sep 28, 1976
				3134 (c/n 168-238) to Austria as 4C-TG Oct 1959.  Crashed 8/30/1962, 2 killed.
				3137 seen at North Carolina Aviation Museum, Asheboro, NC airport May 2006.
				3140 (c/n 168-244) became N6296C and was last heard of in AZ in 1970.
				3144 to N55897
				3149 (c/n 168-253) to Austria as 4C-TC Oct 1959.
				3153 (c/n 168-257) rebuilt from 42-4041.  Now on display at Texas 
					Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.
				3155 (c/n 168-259) currently N94155, N16JV reserved Aug 12, 2004, taken up Dec 7, 2004
				3163 (c/n 168-267) to Austria as 4C-TH Oct 1959.
				3169 (c/n 168-273) was formerly 42-44298.
				3171 (c/n 168-275) to civilian registry as N36913, N171WM.  
				3176 (c/n 168-280) to Austria as 4C-TI Oct 1959.
				3182 (c/n 168-286) to Austria as 4C-TD Oct 1959.
				3183 (c/n 168-287) was formerly 42-44337.
				3186 (c/n 168-290) at Scone, NSW, Australia. In 2013 registered as VH-HAJ
				3190 (c/n 168-294) was formerly 42-48884.  Dropped from USAF inventory Jan 18, 1956.  Currently on
					civil registry as N884TA and restored to wartime appearance as a C model.
				3191 (c/n 168-295) to Austria as 4C-TE Oct 1959.  In 2010 was displayed at Fliegermuseum at Zeltweg.
				3202 to Brazilian AFG as 1658, sold as PT-KVF
				3203 (c/n 168-307) to Paraguayan AF as FAP 0147.  To World Wide Aeronautical Industries,
					Jun 24, 1991 as N3172M.  To Wyllie Aviation, Perth, Australia
					as VH-WHF, registered Dec 16, 1997.  Still flying today.
				3209 to Haitian AF as 3209, then to N3240N.  Became G-DDMV Apr 30, 1990.
					Currently flying in California ANG colors as 493209
				3211 (c/n 168-315)
				3215 (c/n 168-319) to Spanish AF as C.6-173.  Sold May 1982, became N29938, w/o Aug 1, 1983
				3217 (c/n 168-321) to Spanish AF as E.16-65.  Seen in Museum of Aviation at Warner Robins, GA in 2006.
				3221 (c/n 168-325) to civil registry as N17498.  Noted at Planes of Fame, Valle, AZ Nov 2002
				3231 (c/n 168-335) to Spanish AF as E.16-73
				3232 (c/n 168-336) to Spanish AF as E.16-66.  Sold May 1984, became N4993A, laer N62RH, later N2449.  W/o May 21, 1995
				3235 to Austria as 4C-TJ Oct 1959.
				3242 registered as N722CA.
				3245 (c/n 168-349) to Spanish AF as C.6-181.  Sold Feb 1982, became N28955
				3254 (c/n 168-358) on civil registry as N53SB.  On civil registry in 1977 as N6889c.  Re-registered as N378DM Sept 2001.
				3256 to civil registry as N7487C.
				3261 to Austria as 4C-TF Oct 1959.
				3268 (c/n 168-681) registration N164LH reserved Jan 15, 2009, taken up
					Feb 20, 2009
				3269 (c/n 168-682) to Spanish AF as C.6-170.  Sold May 1983,
					became N3931U, later N61MH
				3270 to civil registry as N3966G.  Destroyed in hangar fire in Conroe, TX Jun 1994.
				3278 w/o Dec 16, 1952 in collision with 49-3299 over Bainbridge AB, GA.  All four crew killed.
				3279 (c/n 168-383) 
				3284 flying as N8204H
				3289 (c/n 168-393) to Spanish AF as C.6-169.  To civil registry as N27409.
				3291 (c/n 168-395) to Spanish AF as E.16-196.  Sold May 1982, 
					became N29933 
				3302 (c/n 168-406) to civil registry as N116SE "Archimedes" and raced at 2006
					Reno races.
				3304 (c/n 168-408) was N5542V, but registration reverked in early  1970s.  
					Registration restored Mar 1, 2006.
				3305 (c/n 168-409) to Spanish AF as C.6-168.  Sold Nov 1985,
					became N332CA.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill, 8-59-95.
				3311 (c/n 168-415) to Spanish AF as C.6-167.  Sold May 1983, 
					became N3931Y.  On display at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk,
					FL.  Part of the Kermit Weeks collection.
				3313 (c/n 168-417) to Spanish AF as C.6-166.  Sold Nov 1988, 
					became N7050C
				3320 (c/n 168-424) to Spanish AF as E.16-67.  Sold May 1984.
					Now flying as N4996H out of White Marsh, MD
				3323 (c/n 168-427) to Spanish AF as E.16-68
				3326 (c/n 168-430) to Spanish AF as E.16-69.  Sold Jul 9, 1983.
					Became N100XK
`				3327 (c/n 168-431) to Spanish AF as E.16-82.  Sold Sep 1984,
					became N2205G.  Registration N57NA reserved Jul 18, 2008,
					taken up Aug 26, 2008
				3328 (c/n 168-432) to Spanish AF as E.16-76
				3330 (c/n 168-434) to Spanish AF as E.16-85.  Sold Jan 1984,
					became N5115D
				3331 (c/n 168-435) to Spanish AF as E.16-77
				3332 (c/n 168-436) to Spanish AF as E.16-78
				3335 (c/n 168-439) to Spanish AF as E.16-70.  Noted as ground
					instructional airframe at Leon Jul 2004.
				3336 (c/n 168-440) to Spanish AF as E.16-79.  Sold Jan 1984,
					became N4993G, later N25KP.
				3337 (c/n 168-451) to Spanish AF as E.16-86.  Sold Oct 1983,
					became LX-PAD, later N22182, now flying as N73337, painted as SNJ-5
				3339 (c/n 168-453) to Spanish AF as E.16-87.  W/o Dec 1972
				3340 (c/n 168-454) to Spanish AF as E.16-88
				3341 (c/n 168-455) to Spanish AF as E.16-80
				3342 (c/n 168-456) to Spanish AF as E.16-71.  Sold Jan 1983.
					Became I-TSEI, w/o Aug 9, 1990 (some doubt about this date)
				3343 (c/n 168-457) to Spanish AF as E.16-89.  Noted preserved 
					at Leon Jul 2004
				3346 (c/n 168-460) to Spanish AF as E.16-81
				3347 (c/n 168-461) to Spanish AF as E.16-75.  Sold Aug 1984,
					became N5449N
				3348 (c/n 168-462) to Spanish AF as E.16-90.  Noted preserved
					at Cuatro vientos Jun 2004.
				3349 (c/n 168-463) to Spanish AF as E.16-72.  Sold Nov 1984,
					became N5830Z, later N6G.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill, 8-59-95.
				3350 (c/n 168-464) to Spanish AF as E.16-120.  Sold Jan 1984,
					became N4993X, later N49RR
				3351 (c/n 168-465) to Spanish AF as E.16-91.  W/o Feb 15, 1974
				3352 (c/n 168-466) to Spanish AF as E.16-92.  Sold Jan 1984,
					became N49939
				3353 (c/n 168-467) to Spanish AF as E.16-83
				3355 (c/n 168-469) to Spanish AF as E.16-93.  W/o Oct 20, 1977
				3356 (c/n 168-470) to Spanish AF as E.16-108.  Sold Jul 9, 1983,
					became N5443X, later N992GM, later N94SC
				3357 (c/n 168-471) was formerly 42-43899.  To Spanish AF as 
					E.16-109.  Sold Sep 1984, became N6593D.  Still airworthy 2007.
				3358 (c/n 168-472) to Spanish AF as E.16-94.  SOld Jul 9, 1983,
					became N7485E, then N106RM, then N116NA, then C-GTXN,
					then N8201V
				3359 (c/n 168-473) to Spanish AF as E.16-95.  Sold, became N5830R,
					later N44FL
				3362 (c/n 168-476) to Spanish AF as E.16-96
				3363 (c/n 168-477) to Spanish AF as E.16-110. Sold, became N5451X,
					later N233TM, later N44CT.  Crashed Jul 20, 1993 while maneuvering
					near Berryville, VA.  2 killed.
				3364 (c/n 168-478) to Spanish AF as E.16-97
				3365 (c/n 168-479) to Spanish AF as E.16-98.  Sold, became
					N5380X, later N496DK.  Now flying as N365TA.  Saw this 
					one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill, 8-5-95.
				3366 (c/n 168-480) to Spanish AF as E.16-99
				3367 (c/n 168-481) to Spanish AF as E.16-100.  SOld Jan 1984,
					became N4995C
				3368 (c/n 168-482) remanufactured as T-6G May 16, 1951.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1954.  
					In 1957 went to Spanish AF as E.16-111.  Sold Jul 9, 1983.
					Back to USA in 1987 as N43FT, then N799MU
				3370 (c/n 168-484) to Spanish AF as E.16-112
				3371 (c/n 168-485) became N2822G, registration cancelled Jan 19, 1972
					as "w/o Jul 6, 1971 at Stanely, ND".  Registration N2832V 
					reserved Jul 30, 2008, taken up Sep 3, 2008.
				3373 (c/n 168-487) to Spanish AF as E.16-113
				3376 (c/n 168-490) to Spanish AF as E.16-84. Sold Jul 9, 1983,
					became N49NA
				3378 (c/n 168-492) to Spanish AF as E.16-101
				3382 (c/n 168-496) to Spanish AF as E.16-114. Sold Jun 1984,
					became N5451E.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill, 8-5-95.
					Seen 2006 at New Smyrna Beach, FL.
				3391 (c/n 168-515) on civil registry as N2878G.
				3392 (c/n 168-516) to civilian registry as N3746G, N104DC.  Noted at Flying Tigers
					Warbird Museum, Kissimmee, FL Sep 9, 2003.
				3401 (c/n 168-525) to Spanish AF as E.16-115. Sold Jan 1984,
					Now flying as N4995P registered to Raymond Rees of Round Hill, VA.
				3402 with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota
				3404 became N9883C, which was subsequently revoked by FAA.  Registration
					restored to register Apr 26, 2005.
				3405 on civil registry as N7618C
				3424 to Greek AF; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
				3425 (c/n 168-549) to Spanish AF as E.16-102
				3430 (c/n 168-554) to Spanish AF as E.16-103.  Sold Jan 1984,
					became N74DW, later N45CT.
				3432 (c/n 168-556) to French AF, then became F-AZGS.
				3437 (c/n 168-571) to Spanish AF as E.16-116.  Sold Jul 9, 1983,
					became N8084G
				3443 (c/n 168-577) to Spanish AF as E.16-117.
				3447 (c/n 168-581) to Spanish AF as E.16-104
				3448 (c/n 168-582) to Spanish AF as E.16-105
				3449 (c/n 168-583) to Spanish AF as E.16-197.  Sold May 1982,
					to civil registry as N29931
				3450 (c/n 168-584) to Spanish AF as E.16-118.  Noted preserved
					at Cuatro Vientos Aug 1996
				3453 (c/n 168-587) to Spanish AF as E.16-106.  Sold Oct 1983,
					became LX-PAE
				3468 (c/n 168-602) to Spanish AF as E.16-119.  Noted preserved at
					Leon Town Nov 2004
				3470 (c/n 168-604) to Spanish AF as E.16-107.  Noted as ground
					instruciton airframe at Leon Dec 1991.  Noted Jan 2005
					at Gando painted as C.6-107.
				3495 to France as VF
				3500 (c/n 168-644) remanufactured from AT-6C 41-32803.  To Greek AF.  Reported at Polemiko Mouseio (War Museum) 
					in Athens, Greece Oct 18, 1987 painted as 132803
				3509 (c/n 168-653) with Kalamazoo Aviation History as N7057 marked as SNJ-6 112493.
				3536 (c/n 168-680) to civil registry as N165P.  N946WF taken up Jul 2002.
49-3538/3596		North American LT-6G Texan
				Remanufactured from earlier AT-6 aircraft
				3538/3596 c/n 168-692/750
				3538 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by AAA May 27, 1952.
				3540 (c/n 168-694) to Tirkish AF as 7377 Sep 7, 1957
				3541 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded at
					emergency strip Dec 20, 1952.
				3543 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashlanded May 4, 1952.  3543 (c/n 168-697) also listed
					as going to Turkish AF as 7377 Sep 7, 1957
				3544 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) lost Apr 5, 1953.
				3547 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Nov 29, 1952.
				3548 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Jun 5, 1953.
				3549 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Jul 10, 1952.
				3550 (c/n 168-704) to Tirkish AF as 7379 Sep 7, 1957
				3553 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) crashed Aug 21, 1952.
				3555 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire May 17, 1953.
				3557 (c/n 168-711) to Turkish AF as 7380 Sep 7, 1957
				3558 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) ground looped Sep 26, 1952.
				3560 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Jun 1, 1952.
				3563 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashlanded after oil leak Sep 20, 1952.
				3564 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Oct 24, 1952.
				3565 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) MIA on recon mission Mar 11, 1952.
				3570 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) damaged in training accident May 7, 1952
				3571 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashlanded at emergency airstrip after running 
					out of fuel May 26, 1953.
				3573 (c/n 168-727) to Turkish AF as 7381 Sep 7, 1957
				3574 (c/n 168-728) to Turkish AF as 7392 Sep 7, 1957
				3575 (c/n 168-729) to Turkish AF as 7393 Sep 7, 1957
				3576 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) lost Mar 10, 1953.
				3577 (c/n 168-731) to Turkish AF as 7382 Sep 7, 1957
				3578 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by AAA and crashlanded at home base Apr 24, 1953.
				3579 (c/n 168-733) to Turkish AF as 7383 Sep 7, 1957
				3581 (6147th TCG) crashed near Komisong-ni, Korea Jul 9, 1953.
				3582 (c/n 168-736) to Turkish AF as 7384 Sep 7, 1957
				3583 (c/n 168-737) to Turkish AF as 7385 Sep 7, 1957
				3585 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) crashlanded May 7, 1952. 3585 (c/n 168-739) 
					also listed as going to Turkish AF as 7394 Sep 7, 1957
				3586 (c/n 168-740) to Turkish AF as 7386 Sep 7, 1957
				3587 (c/n 168-741) to Turkish AF as 7387 Sep 7, 1957
				3589 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Apr 21, 1953. 
				3590 (c/n 168-744) to Turkish AF as 7388 Sep 7, 1957
				3591 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire near Paekhyon-ni, Korea May 21, 1953.
				3592 (c/n 168-746) to Turkish AF as 7389 Sep 7, 1957
				3594 (c/n 168-748) to Turkish AF as 7395 Sep 7, 1957
				3595 (c/n 168-749) to Turkish AF as 7384 Sep 7, 1957
				3596 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) belly-landed after takeoff engine failure Nov 9, 1952.
					3596 (c/n 168-750) listed as going to Turkish AF as 7391 Sep 7, 1957
49-3597/3600		Lockheed F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star
				c/n 080-2727/2730
				3598 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed on strafing run Sep 9, 1952.
				3600 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jul 23, 1952.