1951 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised August 15, 2019


51-001/071		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				001 (MSN 74) delivered to USAF Sep 12, 1951.  Crashed in Panamount Mountains, Death Valley, CA Jan 24, 1952 
					when aircraft was abandoned by the crew after one engine failed.
				002 (MSN 75) Delivered to USAF Sep 11, 1951. Modified to Model G-333, designated HU-16B for MAP 
					delivery to Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina.   WFU 1977
				003 (MSN 76) delivered to USAF Sep 10, 1951 
				004 (MSN 77) delivered to USAF Sep 11, 1951.  To N459 FAA, NAFEC Elizabeth City NJ in 1958 as NAFEC-13. N16CA 
					Conroy Aircraft Corp, Santa Barbara CA, registered Sep 19, 1969. Converted to Conroy Turbo with RR Darts, 
					Santa Barbara CA ff Feb 25, 1970. Parked New Smyrna Beach FL Aug 1994. Cancelled Jan 31, 2013
				005 (MSN 78) . Delivered to USAF 8Sep51. Modified to Model G-333, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to 
					Argentine Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Argentina as 0534. WFU 1977.
				006 (MSN 79) . Delivered to USAF Sep 11, 1951. Displayed at the Strategic Air & Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.
				007 (MSN 80) delivered to USAF Sep 11, 1951
				008 (MSN 81) delivered to USAF Sep 11, 1951.   (3rd ARS) damaged in takeoff in rough seas off Korean 
					coast Jan 16, 1952.
				009 (MSN 82) rescued 8 survivors from a Cathay Pacific Airlines C-54 (42-72205/VR-HEO)
					that had been shot down by Chinese aircraft near Hainan Island on July 23, 1954
				010 (MSN 83) delivered to USAF Oct 29, 1951.  w/o Feb 8, 1966
				011 (MSN 84)
				012 (MSN 85) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1951.
				013 (MSN 86) delivered to USAF Nov 9, 1951
				014 (MSN 87) delivered to USAF Nov 13, 1951. Modified to Model G-315, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to 
					Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile as 569.  N8497N registered to Grumman Aerospace,  
					Disassembled at Cartersville, GA 2004.  Cancelled Jul 9, 2013
				015 (MSN 88) delivered to USAF Nov 20, 1951.  To US Coast Guard as UF-1G 1015
				016 (MSN 89) delivered to USAF Nov 15, 1951.  To US Coast Guard as UF-1G 1016. 
				017 (MSN 90) transfered to US Navy as 149836 for transfer to US Coast Guard as 1017
				018 (MSN 91) delivered to USAF Nov 26, 1951
				019 (MSN 92) delivered to USAF 6Dec51. Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ: for sale Jul 1973.  To N5545 
					with Diamond Aero Corp, Orange CA 1976/1979. To Philippine AF as 10019 Oct 1978/1884. 
					Operated for the Coast Guard. Trans Corp, Manila: purchased at PAF auction in 1984. 
					To RP-X459 Trans Corp, Manila 1986/1989.  To RP-R459 Trans Corp, Manila 1989 (RP-X459 noted Manila Jun 1989 
					all white, airworthy), cancelled 1989. Stored by Air Asia, Tainan AB, Republic of China AF. Cancelled Philippines registry
					as sold to USA Feb 14, 2005.  To N5545 Robert P. Ryan, Carson City NV Nov 30, 2005. 
					To N10019 Robert P. Ryan, Carson City NV Jan 4, 2006, current. Made airworthy by the Air Rescue Museum, 
					Kirtland AFB, NM, restored at Tucson March 2011 and shown at Oshkosh 2011.  Landed gear-up at Boulder City,
					Nevada Nov 29, 2014
				020 (MSN 93) delivered to USAF Dec 6, 1951.
				021 (MSN 94) delivered to USAF Dec 6, 1951.
				022 (MSN 96) delivered to USAF Jan 21, 1952.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				023 (MSN 97) delivered to USAF 8an 8, 1952. Modified to SA-16B. Modified to UF-2G for USCG as 1023
				024 (MSN 98) delivered to USAF 2Jan52. Modified to Model G-315, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery 
					to Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile as 570.  Preserved at the National Air and Space 
					Museum/Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio in Los Cerrillos, Santiago, Chile.
				025 (MSN 99) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1952. At Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks CT 1973/1979. 
					New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks CT 1979. Badly damaged by tornado at museum Mar 10, 1979. 
					To N7141S Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City NV Apr 1990.  To N44HQ N44HQ LLC, Westlake Village CA Aug 15, 2008, 
					current. (flies in blue/white scheme with “Row 44” titles)
				026 (MSN 100) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1952.  To US Coast Guard as 1026
				027 (MSN 101) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1952
				028 (MSN 102) delivered to USAF Jan 7, 1952.
				029 (MSN 103)
				030 (MSN 104) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1952.  To US Coast Guard as 1030
				031 (MSN 105) delivered to USAF Jan 21, 1952
				032 (MSN 107) delivered to USAF Feb 13, 1952
				033 (MSN 108) delivered to USAF Feb 13, 1952. Modified to Model G-333, designated HU-16B for 
					MAP delivery to Argentine Navy / Armada de la República Argentina as 0533/4-BS-1, later BS-01. 
					To LV-RBJ Andes Aviacion S.A.: noted Don Torcuato May 1991. To N9107Z Clyde E. Barton, Clute TX Sep 12, 1995. 
					To N39SB Clyde E. Barton, Clute TX Sep 1997. Sold to Mexico, cancelled May 2001. 
					Parked Tucson AZ Aug 2001 pending delivery to Mexico, not registered in Mexico. To
					N666HA Rivera-Lopez Rosario, Wilmington CA Jan 25, 2005. N666HA noted El Paso TX Oct 2005, wfu stored.
				034 (MSN 109) delivered to USAF Feb 12, 1952. Modified to Model G-333, designated HU-16B for MAP 
					delivery to Argentine Navy/Armada de la República Argentina as 0535/4-BS-3, later BS-03. 
					Preserved at the Museo de la Aviación Naval Argentina, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahia Blanca, Argentina. 
				035 (MSN 110) delivered to USAF Feb 19, 1952.  MAP to Italian AF as MM51-035, coded 15-8. Preserved at 
					Aeroporto di Roma-Ciampino.
				036 (MSN 111) delivered to USAF Feb 18, 1952.  Went missing between Iceland and Greenland Nov 15, 1953
				037 (MSN 112) delivered to USAF Feb 18, 1952.  FMS to Italian AF as MM51-037, coded 15-9.  Preserved at 
					Gorizia Friuli-Venezia Sep 2005.
				038 (MSN 113) delivered to USAF Feb 25, 1952. Modified to Model G-341, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B 
					for MAP delivery to Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú in 1963 as FAP 517. WFU by 1987
				039 (MSN 114) delivered to USAF Feb 25, 1952.  W/o Apr 18, 1956 near Wheelus AB, Libya
				040 (MSN 115) delivered to USAF Mar 6, 1952. Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B 
					for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10040, code KK-I. MAP delivery 
					to Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire as AN.1B-12
				041 (MSN 117).  Modified to Model G-341, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to 
					Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú in 1963 as FAP 518. Written off
				042 (MSN 118)
				043 (MSN 119) delivered to USAF Mar 17, 1952. To Davis Monthan AFB AZ: wfu, open storage 1976. 
					To N7049D Caribbean Flying Boats, Miami FL: reg. res. Nov 1988. Not taken up, cancelled May 18, 2011. 
					Stored with Western International
				044 (MSN 120) delivered to USAF Mar 18, 1952. Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for 
					MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10044, code WH-G.  MAP delivery to the 
					Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the Hellenic Air Force as 510044.  Noted stored
					at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				045 (MSN 121) delivered to USAF Mar 20, 1952
				046 (MSN 122) delivered to USAF Mar 20, 1952  To 301st ARRS.  Cut adrift after making open sea landing off
					Bermuda Jul 15, 1967.
				047 (MSN 123) delivered to USAF Mar 25, 1952.
				048 (MSN 124) delivered to USAF Mar 28, 1952. Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B 
					for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10048. Not taken up. Modified to Model G-341, 
					designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú in 1970 as FAP 520. WFU 
				049 (MSN 126) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1952.
				050 (MSN 127) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1952. Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B 
					for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10050. Not taken up. 
					Modified to Model G-341, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú in 1970 as FAP 521. WFU 
				051 (MSN 128) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1952
				052 (MSN 129) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1952
				053 (MSN 130) delivered to USAF Apr 23, 1952.
				054 (MSN 131) delivered to USAF Apr 23, 1952
				055 (MSN 132) delivered to USAF Apr 23, 1952
				056 (MSN 133) delivered to USAF Apr 23, 1952.  To Argentine Navy as 4-BS-4, later BS-4.  WFU in 1977 and
					scrapped at Punta Indio.
				057 (MSN 135) delivered to USAF May 1, 1952.
				058 (MSN 136) delivered to USAF May 14, 1952.  W/o Jul 3, 1965 in Gulf of Tonkin.
				059 (MSN 137) delivered to USAF May 19, 1952
				060 (MSN 138) delivered to USAF May 19, 1952. Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP 
					delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10060, coded KK-B.  MAP delivery to Spanish Air 
					Force/Ejército del Aire as AN.1B-8.
				061 (MSN 139) delivered to USAF May 19, 1952.  (3rd ARS) capsized in high seas off coast of Korea during SAR mission
					Jan 13, 1953.
				062 (MSN 141) delivered to USAF May 19, 1952.  Crashed into mountains in 1.9 mi SW of Moji, Honshu Island,
					Japan in bad weather Feb 13, 1953.  7 killed.
				063 (MSN 142) delivered to USAF May 19, 1952.
				064 (MSN 143) delivered to USAF May 22, 1952.  To JTB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1961.
				065 (MSN 144) delivered to USAF May 22, 1952
				066 (MSN 145) delivered to USAF May 28, 1952
				067 (MSN 146) delivered to USAF May 28, 1952.  To N3395F Robert Bean, Hereford AZ 73. Antilles Air Boats, 
					St Croix US Virgin Islands in 1977.  To Lawrence D. Weerts, Tucson AZ Mar 1988.  To Jerry L. Weaver, Carson 
					City Nevada Jun 11, 1990. Open storage unrestored, Carson City. Cancelled May 5, 2011
				068 (MSN 147) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10068, coded KK-D. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
					later as the Hellenic Air Force  in 1970 as 510068.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				069 (MSN 148) modified to G-342, designated SA-16B/ASW, later as HU-16B for MAP delivery to 
					Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire as AN.1-1  Reserialed to AN.1A-1 and w/o Sep 19, 1974.
				070 (MSN 149) modified to SA-16B. Modified to SA-16B/ASW prototype for MDAP supply to other air arms. 
					Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian 
					Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10070, coded KK-H. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later 
					as the Hellenic Air Force as 510070 in 1970.  Noted preserved at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				071 (MSN 151).  The aircraft was deployed to rescue two crew members of a downed McDonnell Douglas F-4C 
					Phantom 66-0740 off Haiphong in the Gulf of Tonkin Mar 14, 1966.  The Albatross landed in the sea 
					close to the shoreline. It was quickly approached by several North Vietnamese boats. They began to 
					open fire on the Albatross, finally firing a mortar shell. They flying boat burst into flames. 
					The survivors were later rescued by Navy helicopters
					Machine painted as 51-071 at Rescue Heritage Hall Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM is really
					HU-16E USCG 1280, MSN G-302.  
51-072			Douglas YC-124B-DL Globemaster II
				MSN 43406.  Prototype turboprop-powered version ordered for use as tanker as YKC-124B.  Redesignated YC-124B
					before first flight.  Broken up at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL.
					Fuselage used for munitions loading and transport training.
51-073/182		Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
				MSN 43407/43516
				073/078,080/106,108/113,115/136,
					138/140,142/145,148,150/155,157/161,
					166/173,175/182 converted to C-124C
				073 (MSN 43407) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ282 Jay 8, 1972
				074 (MSN 43408) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 21, 1970
				075 (MSN 43409) w/o Oct 1, 1974 in ground accident at Elmendorf AFB, AK
				076 (MSN 43410) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess 
					Jan 21, 1970
				077 (MSN 43411) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ289 May 26, 1972.
					Returned to service Feb 29, 1973.  Back to MASDC as
					CQ342 Jul 11, 1974
				078 (MSN 43412) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1969.  Declared excess
					Jan 21, 1970
				080 (MSN 43414) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ212 Oct 27, 1971.
				081 (MSN 43415) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ197 Jun 23, 1971.
				082 (MSN 43416) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ228 Dec 29, 1971
				083 (MSN 43417) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1971.
				085 (MSN 43419) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ279 Apr 25, 1972.
				086 (MSN 43420) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess
					Jan 21, 1970
				087 (MSN 43421) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ288 May 26, 1972
				088 (MSN 43422) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ183 Apr 27, 1971
				089 (MSN 43423) on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB.
				090 (MSN 43424) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1971.
				091 (MSN 43425) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as C0184 May 3, 1971
				092 (MSN 43426) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ127 Dec 7, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				093 (MSN 43427) converted to C-124C.  to MASDC Aug 23, 1971
				094 (MSN 43428) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1971
				095 (MSN 43429) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ146 Oct 1, 1970
				096 (MSN 43430) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970
				097 (MSN 43431) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970
				098 (MSN 43432) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ239 Feb 10, 1972
				099 (MSN 43433) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ198 Aug 9, 1971
				100 (MSN 43434) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ185 May 10, 1971.
				101 (MSN 43435) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				102 (MSN 43436) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ272 Apr 18, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				103 (MSN 43437) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1972.
				104 (MSN 43438) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ219 Dec 9, 1971.
				105 (MSN 43439) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ291 Jun 6, 1972. Declared excess May 16, 1973
				106 (MSN 43440) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				107 (MSN 43441) with 62nd TCW crashed on Colony Glacier on Mt. Gannet near Anchorage, AK Nov 22, 1952 on 
					flight from McChord AFB, Washington to Elmendorf AFB in Alaska. 52 killed.  Wreckage was spotted 
					soon after the heavy transport plane vanished, but severe weather impeded the recovery.  The plane wreckage
					became buried in snow and likely churned beneath the surface of the glacier for decades.  
					The Alaska National Guard discovered the wreckage and possibly bones June 10, 2012 on Colony Glacier. All 52
					onboard were killed.  17 sets of remains recovered in 2014.
				108 (MSN 43442) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 19, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				109 (MSN 43443) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1971
				110 (MSN 43444) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC as CQ265 Apr 4, 1972.
				111 (MSN 43445) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Oct 4, 1971
				112 (MSN 43446) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1971.
				113 (MSN 43447) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ169 Apr 6, 1971
				114 (MSN 43448) assigned to the 1503rd Air Transport Wing in Tachikawa AFB, Japan. The plane had received overhaul at the 
					Douglas plant in Long Beach, CA. It was returning to the Tachikawa AB in Japan when it took off from Travis 
					AFB on June 3, 1958. At a height of 1000 feet the port wing suddenly dipped, and the aircraft fell into a 
					steep turn, hitting the ground about a half mile from the end of the runway, north of Highway 12. 
					Six of eight on board killed.
				115 (MSN 43449) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				116 (MSN 43450) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ125 Dec 2, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				118 (MSN 42452) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ204 Sep 28, 1971.
				119 (MSN 43453) in pieces in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Had been
					damaged in Bradley Air Museum tornado.
				120 (MSN 43454) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ114 Nov 17, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				121 (MSN 43455) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1971.
				122 (MSN 43456) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ159 Mar 23, 1971.
				123 (MSN 43457) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Apr 22, 1971
				124 (MSN 43458) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ149 Dec 14, 1970
				126 (MSN 43460) converted to C-124C.  Scrapped at the Tri-City Airport in Freeland, Michigan in the 
					mid-1970's.  It had flown in there in 1970 for a static display with the "Mid-Michigan Air Museum" 
					but the aircraft there were abandoned when the museum failed to make any money.  This plane had 
					been damaged by a windstorm and lost its rudder and so it was scrapped on the spot.
				127 (MSN 43461) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969.
				128 (MSN 43462) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1972
				129 (MSN 43463) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ230 Jan 11, 1972
				130 (MSN 43464) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ280 Apr 25, 1972.
					Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				131 (MSN 43465) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ155 Jan 20, 1971
				132 (MSN 43466) DBR Sep 8, 1972.
				133 (MSN 43467) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1971
				134 (MSN 43468) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1971.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				135 (MSN 43469) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ229 Jan 7, 1972.
				136 (MSN 43470) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ190 Jun 10, 1971.
				137 (MSN 43471) crashed Jun 18, 1953, Kodaira, Japan, just after takeoff from Tachikawa, Japan, killing all 
					129 onboard.  Cause blamed on improper use of flaps during engine failure, causing loss of airspeed.  
					This was the deadliest recorded aviation accident up to that time.
				138 (MSN 43472) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ160 Mar 25, 1971 
				140 (MSN 43474) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ195 Jul 12, 1971
				141 (MSN 43475) departed Seoul-Kimpo for Japan Feb 22, 1957, aircraft lost a prop blade from engine #3 which 
					penetrated the fuselage, killing 4 passengers. Another blade fell off and knocked out engine 
					number 4.  Crashed on re-approach to Kimpo AB, South Korea Feb 22, 1957.
					58 on board, One crewman, 21 passengers killed.
				142 (MSN 43476) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 23, 1971.
				143 (MSN 43477) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				144 (MSN 43478) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ148 Nov 12, 1970
				145 (MSN 43479) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Apr 13, 1971
				147 (MSN 43481) crashed into mountain May 24, 1962 while
					on training mission out of Tachikawa AB, Japan.
					All 7 aboard killed.
				148 (MSN 43482) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971
				149 (MSN 43483) crashed Iwo Jima Nov 20, 1955.
				150 (MSN 43484) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1972
				151 (MSN 43485) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ253 Feb 29, 1972
				152 (MSN 43486) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ283 May 8, 1972.
					Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				153 (MSN 43487) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1972.
				154 (MSN 43488) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ251 Feb 25, 1972
				155 (MSN 43489) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 29, 1969
				156 (MSN 43490) crashed on landing at San Salvador Is Auxiliary AFB 
					Aug 15, 1956.  1 killed, 11 injured.
				157 (MSN 43491) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1971
				158 (MSN 43492) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1969
				159 (MSN 43493) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ094 Jun 25, 1969
				160 (MSN 43494) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ213 Nov 1, 1971.
				161 (MSN 43495) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ258 Mar 17, 1972.
				162 (MSN 43496) crashed at Augusta-Bush Field, GA and DBR.
				163 (MSN 43497) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC as CQ131 Dec 9, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				164 (MSN 43498) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 21, 1970.
				165 (MSN 43499) crashed while landing at Tinker AFB, OK
					Sep 17, 1958.  1 of 8 occupants killed.
				166 (MSN 43500) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971
				167 (MSN 43501) DBR at March AFB Jun 6, 1971.
				168 (MSN 43502) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1971.
				169 (MSN 43503) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ164 Mar 30, 1971
				170 (MSN 43504) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ199 Aug 19, 1971.
				171 (MSN 43505) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ235 Jan 26, 1972
				172 (MSN 43506) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ275 Apr 20, 1972
				173 (MSN 43507) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972
				174 (MSN 43508) crashed on takeoff from Tacoma-McChord AFB, WA May 24, 1961.
					All 22 onboard killed.
				175 (MSN 43509) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ308 Aug 17, 1972.  Returned
					to service Oct 6, 1972.  Back to MASDC as CQ333 Jun 25, 1973.
					Declared excess Dec 19, 1973.
				176 (MSN 43510) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 19, 1971
				177 (MSN 43511) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ306 Aug 8, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				178 (MSN 43512) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ236 Jan 27, 1972
				179 (MSN 43513) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ262 Mar 27, 1972.  Transferred to another agency May 29, 1972
				180 (MSN 43514) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ224 Dec 17, 1971.
				181 (MSN 43515) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ261 Mar 24, 1972.
				182 (MSN 43516) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ274 Apr 20, 1972.  Transferred o another agency Jan 21, 1970
51-183/206		Boeing KC-97E-40-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16250/16273.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				183 to MASDC May 19, 1960
				184 to MASDC Dec 11, 1959
				185 to MASDC Dec 15, 1959
				186 to MASDC Jun 1, 1960.
				187 to MASDC Jun 15, 1960
				188 to MASDC Jan 14, 1960.
				189 to MASDC Feb 23, 1960
				190 to MASDC Jan 7, 1960
				191 to MASDC APR 5, 1960
				192 to MASDC May 11, 1960
				193 to MASDC Jan 21, 1960
				195 to MASDC May 10, 1960
				196 to MASDC Jan 20, 1960
				197 to MASDC Jan 28, 1960
				198 damaged in landing at MacDill AFB, Florida.
				199 to MASDC Dec 18, 1959
				200 to MASDC Apr 20, 1960
				201 to MASDC Dec 11, 1959
				202 to MASDC Jan 14, 1960
				203 to MASDC Sep 19, 1960
				204 to MASDC Feb 18, 1960
				205 to MASDC Feb 24, 1960
				206 to MASDC  Feb 25, 1960
51-207/230		Boeing KC-97E-45-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16274/16297.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				207 to MASDC Jan 21, 1960
				210 to MASDC Jan 21, 1960
				211 to MASDC Jan 25, 1960
				212 to MASDC Feb 11, 1960
				213 to MASDC Jun 30, 1960
				214 to MASDC Apr 19, 1960
				215 to MASDC Mar 3, 1960
				216 to MASDC Jun 14, 1960
				217 to MASDC Jan 14, 1960
				218 to MASDC May 17, 1960
				219 to MASDC May 25, 1960
				220 lost Jul 6, 1956, Goose Bay, Labrador, crashed after engine fire, all 6 killed.
				221 to MASDC Feb 1, 1960
				222 to MASDC May 12, 1960
				223 to MASDC May 24, 1960
				224 converted to C-97E.  "Miss Oklahoma City" with Oklahoma ANG in 1972.  To MASDC as CH534 Dec 29, 1972.
					Declared excess Feb 26, 1973
				225 to MASDC Feb 15, 1960
				226 to MASDC Feb 16, 1960
				227 to MASDC Sep 7, 1960
				228 to MASDC Sep 13, 1960
				229 to MASDC May 4, 1960
				230 to MASDC Jan 14, 1960
51-231/242		Boeing KC-97E-50-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16298/16309.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				231 to MASDC Dec 15, 1959
				232 to MASDC Jan 26, 1960
				233 to MASDC Oct 5, 1960
				234 to MASDC Dec 10, 1959
				235 to MASDC Sep 26, 1960
				236 to MASDC Oct 10, 1960
				237 to MASDC Jun 9, 1960
				238 to MASDC Sep 6, 1960
				239 to MASDC Jun 3, 1960
				240 to MASDC Oct 12, 1960
				242 to MASDC Jan 7, 1960
51-243/254		Boeing KC-97F-50-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16310/16321.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				243 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC as CH501 Jun 15, 1971.  Declared excess May 24, 1972
				244 to MASDC Jul 15, 1963
				245 to MASDC Apr 15, 1960.  To reclamation May 15, 1961.
				246 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964.  To reclamation May 19, 1964.
				247 to MASDC May 9, 1960.  To reclamation May 19, 1961
				249 to MASDC Apr 8, 1960.  To reclamation May 10, 1961.  
				250 to MASDC Jul 15, 1963.  
				251 to MASDC Jan 30, 1963.
				252 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC Jan 30, 1963.
				253 to MASDC Apr 18, 1963.  fuselage with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				254 (MSN 16321) suffered engine failure on takeoff from Azores
					May 10, 1957, overran the runway and caught fire.  No fatalities
51-255/278		Boeing KC-97F-55-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16322/16345.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				255 to MASDC Aug 20, 1962
				256 to MASDC
				257 to MASDC
				258 (MSN 16325) ditched in Atlantic May 9, 1957 following a double engine
					failure.  7 crew safe.  The plane floated for 10 days and was sunk by USS Wisconsin.
				259 to MASDC Feb 19, 1963.
				260 to MASDC.  to reclamatin May 3, 1963.
				262 to MASDC Feb 18, 1963
				263 to MASDC Mar 1, 1963
				264 to MASDC Jun 27 1963.  To reclamation Mar 2, 1964.
				265 to MASDC Feb 28, 1963
				266 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC
				267 to MASDC Mar 21, 1963.  To reclamation Jan 13, 1964.
				269 to MASDC Aug 10, 1962
				270 to MASDC Jan 15, 1963.  To reclamatin May 7, 1963
				271 to MASDC Sep 19, 1962.  To reclamation May 3, 1963
				272 to MASDC Oct 5, 1962.  To reclamation May 10, 1963
				273 to MASDC Dec 5, 1962
				274 to MASDC Jul 31, 1962.  To reclamation May 3, 1963
				275 to MASDC Jul 31, 1962
				276 to MASDC Oct 3, 19672.  To reclamatin May 10, 1963
				277 to MASDC.  Declared excess Mar 11, 1964 
				278 to MASDC Jul 10, 1963.
51-279/302		Boeing KC-97F-60-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16346/16369.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				279 to MASDC
				280 to MASDC Feb 28, 1963.  To reclamatin May 10, 1963
				281 converted to C-97G.  Returned to service Oct 21, 1960 with 2854th ABW, Tinker AFB, OH.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1968.
					Declared excess Nov 15, 1968.
				282 to MASDC Jul 18 1962, to reclamation May 3, 1963.
				283 to MASDC Jul 24, 1962, declared xcess Nov 13, 1962.
				284 to MASDC Feb 14, 1963, to reclamation Jan 13, 1964.
				285 to MASDC Jul 31, 1962, to reclamation Oct 26, 1962
				286 to MASDC Aug 3, 1962, to reclamation Nov 5, 1962
				287 to MASDC Aug 6, 1962, to reclamation Nov 1, 1962
				288 to MASDC Aug 8. 1962
				289 to MASDC Aug 9, 1962
				290 to MASDC Aug 6, 1962, to reclamation Nov 5, 1962
				291 to MASDC Aug 3, 1962, to reclamatioon Oct 31, 1962
				292 to MASDC Aug 3, 1962, to reclamation Nov 1, 1962.
				293 to MASDC Jul 26, 1962, to reclamation Oct 29, 1962.
				294 to MASDC Aug 8, 1962
				295 to MASDC Aug 6, 1962, to reclamation Nov 6, 1962
				296 to MASDC Jul 25, 1962, to reclamation Oct 29, 1962
				297 to MASDC Aug 8, 1962
				298 to MASDC Jul 25, 1962, to reclamation Oct 29, 1962
				299 to MASDC Aug 7, 1962, to reclamation Nov 6, 1962
				300 to MASDC Aug 14, 1962
				301 to MASDC Aug 23, 1962
				302 to MASDC Jun 22, 1960.
51-303/326		Boeing KC-97F-65-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16370/16393.   Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com  
				0309,0319,0322,0326 converted to C-97F
				303 to MASDC Aug 23, 1962
				304 to MASDC Aug 28, 1963
				305 to MASDC Aug 28, 1962
				306 to MASDC Sep 24, 1962
				307 to MASDC Sep 5, 1962.
				308 to MASDC Sep 6, 1962
				309 to MASDC Feb 15, 1963, to reclamation Jan 20, 1964
				310 to MASDC Feb 8, 1963.
				311 to MASDC.  To reclamatin Mar 6, 1964.
				312 to MASDC Apr 14, 1964, to reclamation May 4, 1964
				313 to MASDC May 21, 1963, to reclamation Mar 10, 1964
				314 while attached to 40th ARS at Smokey Hill AFB, KS Sep 9, 1953 damaged in midair collision with B-47B
					51-2224 38 mi NE of Gila Benz, AZ.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1963, to reclamation Jan 29, 1964
				315 to MASDC Jul 16, 1963, to reclamation Feb 20, 1964.
				316 to MASDC 
				317 to MASDC Jun 12, 1963, to reclamation Mar 5, 1964.
				318 to MASDC Jun 13, 1963, to reclamation Mar 2, 1964
				319 to MASDC Feb 25, 1963, to reclamation Jan 3, 1964
				320 to MASDC Jun 5, 1963, to reclamation Mar 4, 1964
				321 to MASDC Apr 3, 1963, to reclamation Mar 12, 1964
				322 to MASDC Mar 10, 1963
				323 to MASDC Oct 17, 1962
				324 to MASDC, to reclamation May 3, 1963.
				326 to MASDC
51-327/350		Boeing KC-97F-70-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16394/16417.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				327 to MASDC May 9, 1963, to reclamation Mar 5, 1964
				328 to MASDC Apr 3, 1963, to reclamagion Mar 12, 1964
				329 to MASDC Jun 4, 1963, to reclamation Mar 12, 1964
				330 to MASDC Oct 25, 1960, to reclamation Apr 28, 1961
				331 to MASDC Oct 24, 1960, to reclamation Apr 28, 1961
				332 converted to KC-97H, testbed for probe-and-drogue refueling.  Then to JC-97F.  To MASDC Mar 18, 1960
				333 to MASDC Oct 28, 1960, to reclamation May 8, 1961.
				334 to MASDC Oct 28, 1960, to reclamation Apr 26, 1961
				335 to MASDC Nov 4, 1960, to reclamation May 1, 1961
				336 to MASDC Nov 4, 1960, to reclamation May 9, 1961
				337 to MASDC Nov 9, 1960, to Relamation May 18, 1961
				338 to MASDC Mar 4, 1963
				339 to MASDC Nov 9, 1960.  To reclamation Apr 25, 1961
				340 to MASDC May 2, 1962.
				341 to MASDC May 17, 1962.  To reclamation May 15, 1963
				342 to MASDC 
				344 to MASDC Apr 24, 1963.  To reclamation Mar 4, 1964
				345 to MASDC 
				346 to MASDC Oct 17, 1962.
				347 to MASDC Nov 10, 1960, to reclamaton May 4, 1961.
				348 to MASDC Feb 20, 1963
				349 to MASDC Apr 18, 1963.  To reclamation Feb 19, 1964
				350 to MASDC Oct 17, 1962. 
51-351/374		Boeing KC-97F-17-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16418/16441.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				351 to MASDC Jan 6, 1963.  To reclamation May 15, 1963
				352 to MSASDC Feb 8, 1963
				353 to MASDC Mar 26, 1963
				354 to MASDC.  To reclamation Dec 26, 1963
				356 to MASDC Jul 13, 1962, to reclamation May 3, 1963
				357 to MASDC Mar 1, 1963.  To reclamation Mar 2, 1963
				358 to MASDC Jun 26, 1963. To reclamation Mar 2, 1964
				359 to MASDC Sep 17, 1962.  To reclamation May 6, 1963
				360 to MASDC Aug 3, 1962.  To reclamation Dec 7, 1962.
				361 to MASDC Apr 19, 1963.  To reclamation Feb 12, 1964
				362 to MASDC Feb 4, 1963.
				363 (MSN 16430) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 100 mi off Orlando FL Mar 30, 1960.  2 killed, 5 survivors rescued.
				364 to MASDC
				365 to MASDC Feb 4, 1963.
				366 to MASDC Mar 4, 1963
				367 to MASDC Feb 12, 1963
				368 to MASDC Mar 21, 1963
				369 to MASDC Apr 15, 1963.  To reclamation Mar 4, 1964
				370 to MASDC Mar 26, 1963
				371 to MASDC Mar 7, 1963
				372 to MSDC Apr 5, 1963.  To reclamation Jan 28, 1964
				373 crashed Sep 20, 1955 on landing at Bangor-Dow AFB, ME and caught fire.  Crew escaped (possibly without injury)
				374 to MASDC Mar 13, 1963
51-375/397		Boeing KC-97F-18-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16442/16464.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				375 to MASDC
				376 to MASDC Mar 26, 1963
				377 to MASDC Mar 13, 1963
				378 to Israel AF as ?/4X-FPU, modified to ELINT
				379 to MASDC Mar 1, 1963
				380 to MASDC Jan 6, 1963
				381 to MASDC Oct 5, 1963.  Declared excess Mar 11, 1964
				382 to MASDC Mar 11, 1963.  to reclamation Jan 21, 1964
				383 to MASDC
				384 to MASDC Apr 5, 1963.  To reclamation Jan 29, 1964
				385 to MASDC Feb 28, 1963
				386 to MASDC May 16, 1963.  To recomation Mar 4, 1964
				387 to MASDC May 1, 1963  To reclamation Mar 3, 1964.
				388 was on display at Lincoln AFB.  Not sure what happened to the plane when the base closed in 1965.
				389 to MASDC.  To reclamation Nov 2, 1962
				390 was cancelled.  Report that it crashed near Centralia, WA during test flight from
					Boeing Field Apr 24, 1953 due to uncontained engine failure, presumably before
					delivery.
				391 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1964.  To reclamation May 6, 1964
				393 to MASDC Mar 29, 1963.  To reclamation Feb 14, 1964
				394 to MASDC 
				395 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1970.  Declared excess Apr 16, 1970.
				396 to MASDC Aug 7, 1962.  To reclamation Dec 7, 1962
				397 to MASDC Mar 1, 1963.  To reclamation Jul 15, 1963
51-398/399		Cancelled contract
51-400/406		Northrop F-89D-1-NO Scorpion
51-407/426		Northrop F-89D-5-NO Scorpion
51-427/446		Northrop F-89D-10-NO Scorpion
51-447/470		Boeing TB-50H-BO Superfortress
				MSN 16465/16488.  Unarmed bomber-navigation trainer.  All converted to KB-50K
				455 assigned to 427th AREFS, Langley AFB, VA. Departed Lajes AFB, Portugal, Aug 4, 1959 en-route to Langley 
					via Bermuda. Navigational and weather errors placed aircraft 400 miles south of Bermuda [instead of 
					north-east] and ran out of fuel, ditching close to tanker Imperial St Lawrence.
				465 assigned 427th AREFS, Langley AFB, VA. Departed Langley AFB, VA, Jan 8, 1962 en-route to Lajes AFB, 
					Portugal. Crashed several hundred miles north of Bermuda due to bad weather.
51-471/476		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962
				471 (MSN 152)
				472 (MSN 153) to US Navy as 149822 for export to Japan
				473 (MSN 154) to N6327 registered Dec 14, 1972 to Aircraft Surplus Co Inc, Tucson AZ, cancelled May 4, 1977 
					on export to Philippines.  To Philippine Air Force as 51-473 for operation by the Coast Guard.  
					Wfu, broken-up Sangley Point AB  in 1990. 
				474 (MSN 155) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian 
					Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 10474, coded KK-C.  MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire 
					as AN.1B-9.
				475 (MSN 156)
				476 (MSN 157)
51-477/606		Republic F-84E-25-RE Thunderjet
				479 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crshed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
					All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
				485 (49th FBG, HQ) crashed after bomb run Apr 12, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				488 (116th FBW, 158th FBS) shot down by ground fire Dec 16, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				490 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) shot down by MiG Sep 9, 1952. On Jan 21, 1951 while
					flying bomber escort with 523rd FES, this plane shot down a MiG-15.  It was
					the first F-84 of any model to bring down an enemy aircraft in wartime.
				493 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) collided with 51-0551 during takeoff from K-2 Feb 23, 1952.
				494 (474th FBG, 430th FBS) shot down by AAA Oct 9, 1952.  Pilot KIA.  Wreckage and remains of pilot recoverd
					2010, Sinyang, North Korea.
				506 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crshed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
					All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
				509 (474th FBG, 430th FBS) crashed into sea near K-8 returning from mission Feb 8, 1953
				510 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire Mar 16, 1952.
				516 to MASDC Nov 1958
				518 (49th FBG) shot down by MiGs May 17, 1952.  Pilot bailed and was rescued.
				521 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) MIA Aug 29, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				522 (474th FBG, 429th FBS) crashed into Yellow Sea on training mission Oct 1, 1952.
				523 to civil registry as N4065A
				525 to Yugoslav AF as 12013
				526 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 31, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				528 (49th FBG) engine failed Sep 19, 1951, pilot bailed out and was rescued
				529 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed during weapons run Feb 9, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				530 (49th FBG) crashed after takeoff Oct 30, 1951.
				531 on display at Chanute AFB.
				536 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 1, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				537 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fir Mar 3, 1952. Pilot KIA
				539 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA Apr 8, 1953. Pilot MIA.
				540 (49th FBG) crashed Mar 24, 1952.
				542 (136th FBG) shot down by MiG Nov 18, 1951 near Cho-do
				545 w/o Mar 13, 1952 in Korea
				549 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) show down by MiGs Nov 10, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				551 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) crashed on takeoff from K-2, then 51-0493 collided with it Feb 23, 1952.
				552 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) show down by AAA Oct 25, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				556 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) crashed Feb 22, 1952.
				557 w/o Sep 18, 1952
				558 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) engine failed and pilot bailed out Dec 9, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				559 (49th FBG) downed by own bomb blast May 21, 1952, pilot rescued.
				560 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire Mar 10, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				562 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 13, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				565 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) engine blew up, pilot bailed out Dec 4, 1951.
				570 (136th FBW) engine failed, pilot bailed out Oct 28, 1951.
				572 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed Jul 3, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				574 (474th FBG) engine flamed out, crashed Aug 20, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				579 to Yugoslav AF
				580 to Yugoslav AF
				582 w/o Jul 31, 1957 Sioux City, Iowa
				585 w/o Jan 26, 1952
				586 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 21, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				592 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) shot down by MiG Sep 28, 1952.
				596 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) hit wires while flying at low altitude Sep 8, 1952.  Pilot OK.
				598 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) pilot bailed out Jul 21, 1952.
				601 (49th FBG) aircraft destroyed, pilot rescued Apr 18, 1952.
				603 w/o Apr 24, 1951
				604 displayed at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
51-607/0691		Republic F-84E-30-RE Thunderjet
				614 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA Sep 15, 1952.
				615 (49th FBG) crashlanded after being damaged by MiG Oct 30, 1951.
				618 (49th FBG, 182nd FBS) shot down by MiG May 20, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				621 w/o Feb 17, 1957 Memphis, Tennessee
				628 (22nd FBS, 36th FBG) collided in midair May 15, 1953 with two C-119s (51-8235, 51-8241) in 
					formation 10 mi NE of Mannheim, Germany.  All three aircraft crashed.  F-84 pilot parachuted to safety.
				629 (49th FBG) damaged by ground fire and crashlanded at Cho-do Feb 2, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				631 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) in midair collision Jul 19, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				633 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire Dec 14, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				634 (49th FBG) shot down Jan 26, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				636 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed on strafing run Nov 27, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				637 w/o Jan 6, 1952
				642 to Yugoslav AF
				644 w/o Jul 22, 1952, Wheelus AB, Libya
				649 w/o Sep 19, 1952, Korea
				651 to MASDC Nov 1958
				652 w/o Nov 3, 1951, Korea
				653 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 16, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				654 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) lost Dec 16, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				655 (4oth FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Mar 2, 1952.
				656 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed on takeoff Apr 15, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				657 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Apr 8, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				659 to civil registry as N1037B
				660 (49th FBG) in collison ot takeoff Feb 13, 1952.
				663 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA Sep 18, 1951 near Sunan.  Pilot POW.
				664 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 2, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				665 (474th FBG) lost Feb 27, 1953.
				666 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA Sep 14, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				667 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA Aug 30, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				668 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jan 25, 1952.
				669 (49th FBG) hit by AAA and crashed near K-2 Jan 18, 1952.
				670 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed near K-2 due to engine failure Mar 2, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				674 (136th FBW, 111th FBS) hit by AAA and crash-landed at K-2 Jan 5, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				676 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed into target Feb 8, 1952. Pilot KIA.
				679 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crshed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
					All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
				680 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Nov 3, 1951, pilot bailed out over water.
				681 w/o Jul 25, 1957, Springfield, Ohio
				682 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 14, 1952.
				686 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) shot down in battle with MiGs Aug 6, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				687 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by MiGs Sep 9, 1952.
				688 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by MiGs Sep 9, 1952.
				690 (474th FBG, 430th FBS) engine failure Feb 8, 1953.
51-692/996		Republic F-84G-1-RE Thunderjet
				692 to Belgium as FZ-176.  W/o Jul 6, 1955 at Schleswigland, West Germany
				695 w/o Apr 23, 1952, Eglin, Florida
				703 (48th FBG) engine flamed out over friendly territory, pilot bailed out Jun 19, 1953.
				706 to Belgium as FZ-203.  May have been broken up.
				707 to Belgium as FZ-1867.  W/o Nov 14, 1955.
				710 w/o Dec 4, 1952
				711 (474th FBG, 430th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jul 10, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				712 to Yugoslav AF
				714 to Belgium as FZ-188.  To Turkish AF
				715 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 27, 1953.
				716 (49th FBG) crashed near Anyang-ni May 30, 1953.
				719 (128th FGS, 137th FBG) crashed 2 mi N of Natchez, Mississippi Dec 14, 1951.
				721 to Belgium as FZ-165.  W/o Jul 7, 1954 at Sart-Tilman, Belgium.
				726 to Belgium as FZ-196.   To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jun 11, 1957
				727 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) crashed during strafing run Jun 15. 1953.  Pilot KIA
				728 to Belgium as FZ-172.  W/o Aug 31, 1955 at Bierset AB, Belgium
				732 to Belgium as FZ-162.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage May 6, 1957
				734 to US civil registry as N6096V
				753 to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC) as non-flyer
				737 w/o Feb 16, 1952
				742 to Belgium as FZ-168.  W/o Oct 27, 1954 at Longwy, France
				751 to Belgium as FZ-187.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage May 28, 1957
				752 to Belgium as FZ-193.  To Yugoslav AF Sep 16, 1957.
				757 (560th FES) destroyed Dec 21, 1952, Watt, Texas
				758 to Belgian AF in 1953 as FZ-191.  W/o Mar 1, 1956
				760 w/o Aug 23, 1952.
				762 to Belgium as FZ-178 in 1953.  W/o Apr 26, 1955.
				763 to Belgium as FZ-202.  Stored at Chateauroux, France Jun 11, 1957
				765 to Belgium as FZ-206.  W/o Sep 6, 1955 at Mons-les-Liege, Belgium.
				766 to Belgium as FZ-163.  To Turkish AF Jun 28, 1956
				767 used for inflight refuelling trials
				774 to Belgium as FZ-197.  W/o Dec 2, 1955 at Flavon, Belgium.
				775 to Belgium as FZ-174.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jul 25, 1957
				780 to US civil registry as N6473D
				786 to Belgium as FZ-182.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jun 11, 1957
				787 to Belgium as FZ-164.  W.o May 20, 1955 at Kleine Brogel AB, Belgium
				788 to Belgium as FZ-166.  Broken up?
				791 Ca. 1951: TOS USAF.  9/15/58: Kent State University, Kent, OH, with c/r N5582A.
					Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.  6/82: Loaned to 127th Interceptor Squadron, 
					178th Fighter Group (ANG), Springfield ANGB, OH.  On display with Ohio ANG at Springfield MAP, Ohio
				792 to Belgium as FZ-179.   To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jul 25, 1957
				796 w/o Jul 17, 1953 Korea
				801 to Belgium as FZ-207.  Broken up?
				802 to Belgium as FZ-201.  Stored at Chateauroux, France Jul 25, 1957
				806 to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC) as non-flyer
				808 w/o Jul 16, 1957 Randolph AFB, Texas
				810 used as target aircraft on Eglin AFB range in 1ate 1960s, but still largely intact in March 1973.
				813 to Belgium as FZ-170.  W/o Sep 3, 1954 in midair collision with FZ-180 near Bierset AB, Belgium.
				820 to US civil registry as N7606C
				824 to Belgium as FZ-173.  W/o Jan 29, 1955.
				830 to Belgium as FZ-199.  May have been broken up
				835 Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan52
				836 to Belgium as FZ-169.  To Chateauroux, France Jun 11, 1957
				839 to Belgium as FZ-183.
				840 to Belgium as FZ-184.  W/o Jul 21, 1955 
				844 (474th FBG, 430th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				845 to Belgium as FZ-177.  Broken up?
				847 to Belgium as FZ-195.  W/o Jun 11, 1955 at Sylt, West Germany.
				848 to Belgium as FZ-181.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jul 25, 1957
				854 to Belgium as FZ-204.  W/o May 18, 1956.
				861 to Belgium as FZ-208.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				863 to Belgium as FZ-180.  W.o Sep 3, 1954 at Seraing, Belgium
				864 to Belgium as FZ-192.  Broken up?
				865 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Apr 23, 1953, pilot bailed out
				866 to Belgium as FZ-198.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Mar 14, 1957
				869 to Belgium as FZ-171.  W/o Sep 9, 1955 at Bierset AB, Belgium
				870 to Belgium as FZ-190.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jul 31, 1957
				872 to Belgium as FZ-205.  May have been broken up.
				873 to Belgium as FZ-167.  Returned to USAF Aug 29, 1957
				875 to Belgium as FZ-210.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				876 to Belgium as FZ-213.  To USAF in Germany.
				877 to Belgium as FZ-194.  W/o Nov 26, 1954 on hospital at Bierset AB, Belgium.
				880 to Belgium as FZ-185.  W/o Jul 18, 1956.
				882 to Belgium as FZ-189.  To Yugoslav AF Jul 27, 1957.
				884 w/o Jul 11, 1957 Incirlik, Turkey in midair with C-47 O43 both of Turkish AF.
				885 to Belgium as FZ-209.  May have been broken up
				888 to Belgium as FZ-200.  To Chateauroux AB, France for storage Jul 25, 1957
				890 to Belgium as FZ-175.  W/o May 25, 1955 at Sylt, West Germany
				892 (20th FBG, 55th FBS) crashed 1 mi N of Wethersfield, England Nov 19, 1954 while on training mission coming
					back from Prestwick, Scotland.  Pilot killed
				901 crashed Apr 21, 1953 near RAF Duxford, UK
				925 w/o Jul 6, 1954 Spangdahlem, West Germany
				933 w/o Dec 3, 1954 Sculthorpe, UK.  Pilot OK.
				965 w/o Jan 13, 1955 off UK in North Sea.  Pilot lost.
				972 w/o Nov 13, 1953, Epping, UK
				981 (20th FBG, 55th FBS) crashed 1 mi N of Wethersfield, England 10 mi SW of Ipswich, England Nov 19, 1954 
					while on training mission coming back from Prestwick, Scotland.  Pilot killed
				988 (20th FBG) suffered engine explosion and glided toward Malta, eventually crashing 10 mi SE of
					Delimara Point, Malta Aug 29, 1953.  Pilot did not eject and was never found
				992 w/o Nov 13, 1953, Epping, UK.
51-997/1066		Republic F-84G-5-RE Thunderjet
				999 crashed near Luke AFB Mar 30, 1953
				1002 (3600 MSG) crashlanded at Luke AFB, Arizona Jan 12, 1953
				1009 To Royal Thai Air Force as Kh16-22/00
				1027 to Turkish AF --the aircraft displayed at Cannon AFB, NM as 11027 is really 47-1530
				1031 To Royal Thai Air Force as Kh16-23/00
				1040 crashed and sank in lagoon at Enewetok, Marshall Islands, Pacific during nuclear samping mission,
					Operation Ivy, Oct 31, 1952 
				1041 to Turkish AF
				1044 (MSN 2835-1667) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1955 as 11044, code changed in 1960 to A-044.  WFU Sep 8, 1961.
				1048 (MSN 2835-1671) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1955 as 11048, code changed in 1967 to A-048.  Burned out at 
					Karup AFB Jul 19, 1964
				1050 to Turkish AF
				1052 to Turkish AF
				1053 used for air sample missions during nuclear testing using wingtip pods, Nevada Feb 1955.
				1057 to Turkish AF.  Noted 1987 in Turkish Aviation Museum, Ataturk AP, Istanbul
				1058 (MSN 2835-1681) to Royal Danish AF Jun 27, 1955 as 11058, then code changed in 1960 to A-058.  
					WFU May 12, 1961.  Displayed in playground at Over Jerstal, Denmark.   Broken up in 1970s
				1064 (MSN 2835-1687) to Royal Danish AF May 31, 1955 as 11064.   w/o Feb 18, 1957 3 km SW of Genner Kirke, Denmark
					after midair with 51-10216
				1066 to Turkish AF
51-1067/1116		Republic F-84G-10-RE Thunderjet
				1069 crashed 2 mi NE of Misawa AB, Japan Jan 23, 1953
				1070 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) in midair collision with 51-1134 over Korea Oct 29, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				1072 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) exploded on bomb run Sep 27, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				1073 to Turkish AF
				1076 to Portugal as FAP 5126.  Crashed Jul 1, 1955 at Serra dos Carvalhos, Portugal
				1077 cockpit section in Musee d'Aviation du Mas Pelegry, Perpigna, France
				1083 (58th FBG) hit by AAA and crashlanded at K-14 Jan 7, 1953.
				1084 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) shot down by AAA Oct 14, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				1086 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed Oct 14, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				1092 to Portugal as FAP 5156.  WFU 1974
				1100 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed into sea during navigation flight Dec 26, 1952
				1101 (MSN 3035-1724) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1955 as 11101.  W/o Feb 2, 1956 at Sejstrup Bramminge, Denmark
				1103 (49th FBG, HQ) disintegrated while pulling off target Jan 6, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				1104 to Turkish AF
				1110 (474th FBG, 430th FBS) may have been shot down by MiG Apr 12, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				1114 (MSN 3035-1737) to Royal Danish AF as 11114.  Code SE-F, later SE-L, A-114.  WFU Sep 4, 1961.  
					to Jagerspris Range as target in 1987.  Stored by Oct 2001
				1115 to Turkish AF
				1116 (58th FBG) crashed into hill near Chong Chon-dong Jul 15, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
51-1117/1226		Republic F-84G-15-RE Thunderjet
				1119 (MSN ...-1742) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 11119
				1120 (58th FBG) shot down by ground fire near Cho-do May 16, 1953, pilot bailed out.
					Also listed as going to Norwegian AF Oct 1954 as 11120 and wfu Feb 24, 1957.
				1124 (MSN ...-1747) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Feb 1953 as 11124.  W/o May 20, 1957 at Bodo AB, Norway
				1126 to Turkish AF
				1127 to Republic of China AF as 092
				1131 (8th FBS, 49th FBG) crashed 5 mi NE of K-2, Taegu, South Korea Jan 17, 1953.
				1133 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) crashed during aerobatics near K-13 Dec 4, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				1134 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) in midair collision with 51-1070 Oct 29, 1952.
				1135 to Turkish AF
				1136 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) crashed on gunnery range Dec 13, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				1138 (MSN 3235-1761) to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10570.
				1139 (58th FBG) shot down by MiG Jan 15, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				1142 to Turkish AF
				1145 to Turkish AF
				1151 (MSN ...-1774) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Feb 1953 as 11151.  WFU May 7, 1958
				1158 to Republic of China AF as 132.
				1160 to Turkish AF
				1161 to Turkish AF
				1167 to Turkish AF
				1168 to Greek AF
				1176 to Turkish AF and w/o Jun 25, 1957 near Bursa
				1178 to Portuguese AF as 5159.  W/o Jul 1, 1955 at Serra dos Carvalhos, Coimbra, Portugal
				1179 w/o Apr 19, 1953 in Maine.  Pilot lost
				1183 to Turkish AF
				1185 to Turkish AF as 11185.  To instructional airframe at Gaziemir, Turkey Aug 1990
				1187 (MSN 3235-1810) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1955 as 11187, then code changed in 1960 to A-187.  WFU Apr 20, 1960
				1193 to Turkish AF
				1195 to Turkish AF
				1196 to Turkish AF
				1197 (MSN 3235-1820) to Royal Danish AF Mar 3, 1955 as 11197.  W/o Mar 22, 1956 at Karup AB, Denmark
				1199 to Republic of China AF
				1200 to Norwegian AF as 11200.  WFU May 7, 1958
				1201 (MSN 3235-1824) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 11201.  WFU Mar 27 1958
				1203 to Greek AF
				1205 to Turkish AF
				1207 to Turkish AF
				1208 to Turkish AF
				1212 to Turkish AF
				1214 to Turkish AF
				1216 (MSN 3235-1839) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 11216.  SOC Sep 19, 1955.  To Portuguese AF as 5165. WFU 1974
					Almeirim, Santarém				
				1217 (MSN 3235-1840) to Royal Danish AF May  Apr 12, 1955 as 11217, then code changed 1960 to A-217.  WFU Jul 25, 1961
				1220 to Republic of China AF
				1221 to Turkish AF
				1222 to Turkish AF
				1225 displayed at Evandale Community Center, OH in 1970s.
				1226 to Turkish AF
51-1227/1281		Republic F-84G-20-RE Thunderjet
				1228 to Republic of China AF
				1229 to Republic of China AF
				1232 to Royal Thai AF
				1233 to Republic of China AF
				1234 to Republic of China AF
				1237 w/o Jan 25, 1958 near Iwakuni AB, Japan in midiar with 51-1300 and 51-1312.
				1246 to Republic of China AF
				1248 to Republic of China AF
				1249 to Royal Thai AF
				1258 to Republic of China AF
				1259 to Republic of China AF
				1261 to Republic of China AF
				1263 to Republic of China AF
				1265 to Republic of China AF
				1266 to Republic of China AF
				1267 to Royal Thai AF
				1269 to civil registry as N4118A
				1270 to Republic of China AF
				1280 to Royal Thai AF
51-1282/1343		Republic F-84G-25-RE Thunderjet
				1282 to Royal Thai AF
				1290 to Republic of China AF
				1296 to Republic of China AF
				1304 to Republic of China AF
				1308 to Royal Thai AF
				1309 to Republic of China AF
				1311 to Republic of China AF
				1316 to Republic of China AF
				1320 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1322 to Royal Thai AF
				1324 in accident 3 mi W of Richmond, ME Jun 1, 1953.
				1329 to Republic of China AF as 231
				1331 to Republic of China AF
				1332 to Republic of China AF
				1333 to Republic of China AF
51-1344/1345		Republic YF-84F-RE Thunderstreak
				1346 displayed on gate at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH
51-1346/1355		Republic F-84F-1-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1346 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
					Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 1, 1954 to Mar 11, 1954
					Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Used at Edwards AFB for trial RATO takeoffs and
					ZELL launches.  Put on display at Rickenbacker ANGB, Columbus, Ohio.  
				1352 to MASDC Nov 9. 1957
				1353 to MASDC Jan 7, 1958
				1354 crashed Oct 17, 1953 at Eglin AFB, FL.  Pilot killed.  Plane was on a test flight when it apparently clipped
					a power line.
51-1356/1380		Republic F-84F-5-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1362 to MASDC Dec 10, 1957, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Jan 29, 1958
				1364 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 31, 1953 to Mar 7, 1957
					Registered as NACA 155.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				1366 bailed to Republic Aviation at Farmingdale, NY.  Used for tests and trials and appeared in various
					company publicity photographs.
				1370 to MASDC Nov 29, 1957
				1371 to MASDC Nov 19, 1957.
				1375 crashed Oct 3, 1955 out of Dover AFB, DE.  Pilot survived, aircraft rebuilt
				1378 at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, California in Feb 2001.
51-1381/1430		Republic F-84F-10-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1383 to GF-84F at Sheppard TTC, TX
				1386 displayed at 8th AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
				1388 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1394 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1404 fitted with a thrust reverser.
				1413 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1416 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1423 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1428 w/o May 6, 1957 at Brookley AB, Alabama.  Pilot OK
51-1431/1510		Republic F-84F-15-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1433 seen at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ in 2001
				1435 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1436 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1455 to Italian AF.  Noted at MASDC Nov 1958
				1461 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1482 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1484 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1487 displayed at Birmingham ANGB, AL in 1970s, then noted in storage yard Jul 2002 at Birmingham Apt, AL
				1489 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1508 displayed with Pennsylvania ANG at Greater Pittsburgh Apt, Pennsylvania
				1509 to MASDC Nov 1958
51-1511/1620		Republic F-84F-20-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1517 wreck noted at Balcones Residential Center, Austin TX
				1536 w/o Apr 12, 1957 at Miami airport.  Pilot OK
				1553 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1555 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1586 to civil registry as N68788.  Became instructional airframe at San Bernadino, CA
				1587 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1605 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1617 displayed at Claude, TX in 1970s
				1620 on display at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY.
51-1621/1707		Republic F-84F-25-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1622 to MASDC Jun 1972 to Sep 1972
				1631 displayed in Community Park, Monroeville, Indiana
				1632 served with New Jersey ANG 119th TFS, Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1959.  To MASDC in 1972
					Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1633 to MASDC as FA199 Jun 16, 1971. To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM. 
					Cockpit at Warner Robins Museum, Robins AFB, GA in 2008.
				1634 w/o May 7, 1957 at Luke AFB, Arizona.  Pilot OK
				1636 w/o Nov 22, 1958 Camp Atterbury, Indiana
				1637 displayed at Tucson IAP, AZ in 1970s.
				1638 to Luftwaffe as DE-253, later DE-371
				1639 retired to maintenance training at Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO in Dec 1971.
					Transferred to Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks May 2006 for restoration.  Put on dispay
					at Downtown Airport, Springfield Mo Fall 2008 in colors of 110th TFS, MO ANG.
				1640 to MASDC as FA221 Aug 11, 1971.  Displayed at Heritage Museum, Hill AFB, Utah
				1643 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1645 to Luftwaffe as DE-106, DE-364, DD-367.  On display at Lechfeld as DB-232
				1646 was preserved at Hill AFB
				1649 to MASDC
				1650 to MASDC as FA215 Jul 24, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 3, 1975
				1651 to MASDC as FA208 Jul 1971.  To New Mexico Technologies, Socorro, NM.  Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1653 on display at VFW post 2872 in Athens, Georgia.
				1654 to MASDC
				1655 Ca.1953: TOS USAF.  UNK: 3320th Technical Training Wing, Amarillo AFB, TX.
					UNK: 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ.
					Ca.1957: 162nd Fighter Squadron, 121st Fighter-Bomber Group, Springfield ANGB, OH.
					Ca. 7/62: 15th Tactical Fighter Wing, MacDill AFB, FL.
					1969: 124th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 132nd Fighter Wing (ANG), Des Moines ANGB, IA
					8/16/70: Iowa Western Community College, Council Bluffs, IA with c/r N4930
					Ca.8/70: Certificate of Airworthiness for N4930 (F-84, 51-1655) issued.
					11/26/71: C/r N4930 cancelled.
					2005: Iowa Aviation Heritage Museum, Ankeny Regional Airport, Ankeny IA.
				1658 was preserved on USS Intrepid, marked as 57-2543. In 2012 was at McGuire AFB, New Jersey
				1659 became instructional airframe at Metropolitan Junior
					College, Kansas City, Kansas as N65034.  Acquired by Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.
					in 1980 from Maple Woods Community College, Kansas City, Missouri.  Still there Oct 2006. Restored
					by museum in original markings of 389th FBS, 366th FBW.
				1660 to Luftwaffe as DE-107, DE-367.  W/o Jun 23, 1961
				1662 was displayed at Harrison, Arkansas 1973 to 1990.  Allotted to Mayville, North Dakota in 1993
				1664 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
				1665--the aircraft displayed at Furstendfeldbruck as 51-1665 is really 52-6737
				1668 to Luftwaffe.  W/o Feb 5, 1964
				1669 to MASDC in 1971.  Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1672 to MASDC in 1971
				1676 to MASDC in as FA082 Nov 18, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				1678 to Luftwaffe as DE-243, DD-373.  W/o Feb 5, 1964
				1679 to Luftwaffe as ED-126, DD-369, DD-375, ND-108.  To Greece
				1681 to Luftwaffe as DE-249, DE-370, DE-243
				1683 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1685 (MoANG) crashed Nov 23, 1958 2 mi SE of Scott AFB, IL due to stabilator control linkage failure.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1686 w/o Jan 24, 1957, Luke AFB, Arizona
				1687 to Luftwaffe as DE-248. WFU
				1688 displayed at Marion Military Institute, Marion, AL
				1690 crashed 25 mi SW of Phoenix, AZ Feb 1, 1956.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1692 w/o Jan 28, 1957
				1696 damaged on ground in towing accident at MacDill AFB Nov 5, 1962 while maintenance personnel were attempting
					to get it away from burining F-84F 52-6559 that was hit by a rocket when airman accidentally fired a rocket pod 
					on another aircraft during weapons maintenance.  To MASDC in 1971
				1698 w/o Oct 18, 1958 in New Jersey.  Pilot lost
				1699 seen on Eglin AFB range in Aug 1976.
				1701 to MASDC in 1971.  Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1702 to Luftwaffe as DE-254, DE-374, DE-110, DD-371, DD-380.  On display at Mengen
				1704 w/o Jan 16, 1957 Luke AFB, Arizona.  Pilot OK
				1705 w/o Feb 20, 1957 Aviano AB, Italy.  Pilot OK.
				1708 built as YF-84J-RE
				1709 built as YF-84J-RE.  Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1955.
					To MASDC
51-1710/1760		Republic F-84F-25-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1713 displayed at Escanaba/Delta County Apt, Michigan as 01748
				1714 12/31/54: TOS USAF.  1/55: 366th Fighter-Bomber Wing (TAC), Alexandria (later England) AFB, LA.
					1/56: 401st Fighter-Bomber Group, England AFB, LA.
					12/57: 112th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 121st Fighter-Bomber Group, Toledo Express Airport, OH.
					11/58: Unit redesignated 112th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG).
					10/1/61: Unit assigned to Tactical Air Command.
					7/62: 122nd Tactical Fighter Wing (TAC), Toledo Express Airport, OH.
					10/62: 112th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), Toledo Express Airport, OH.
					4/64: 122nd Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN.
					1/71: Ferried to Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt AFB, Omaha, NE.
					1997: Moved to new facility in Ashland, NE while under construction.
					5/16/98: Placed on display with Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, NE 
					2001: Museum name changed to Strategic Air and Space Museum.
					6/22/15: Museum name changed to Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum.
				1721 (141st TFS/NJ ANG) crashed 10 miles east of Chaumont AB, France 
					Jun 15, 1962 following turbine failure.  Pilot ejected safely
				1722 to MASDC as FA108 Dec 19, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM.
					Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1724 to Luftwaffe as DE-127, DE-363, DE-107.  At Hamelburg as target as DE-175.  On display in Museum fur
					Zeitgesichte Gunter Weibenseel at Stannheim am Main, Germay in Apr 2009.
				1725 to MASDC as FA245 Jul 3, 1984.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Oct 1973 to Jan 1978.  Photo exists
					of this plane with tail number of 52-6563 ca 1987.  Probably scrapped.  52-6563 probably has tail of 51-1725.
				1726 to MASDC as FA211 Jul 22, 1971.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Nov 1, 1973
					Also listed as going to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM.
					Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1730 (12th TFW) crashed into Lake Patrick near Frostproof, Florida Mar 7, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1733 to Luftwaffe as DE-255, DE-378, DE-126, DD-374.  On display at Rhein-Main
					Apt as DJ-134
				1735 allocated to city ofCorrectionville, Iowa for display Oct 1971.
				1739 displayed in Community Park, South Whitley, Indiana Nov 1971 to Oct 2000.
				1744 to Italian AF as 11744
				1745 to MASDC as FA103 Dec 22, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				1747 162nd TFS, Ohio ANG.  Displayed at Montperlier, Indiana as 52-709 (1970 to 1996)
				1748 in Jan 1993 was on display at Alabama Aviation College near Ozark
					Airport, Alabama.  Later to American Legion Post 362 in East Aurora, New York.
				1750 (366th TFW) crashed near Doncourt-les-Longuyon, France Jan 22, 1963
				1752 to MASDC as FA076.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				1755 w/o Apr 12, 1962
				1757 to MASDC
51-1761/1827		Republic F-84F-30-RE Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1763 on display at Hoagland Community Park, Indiana in Jun 2007 and Apr 2009.
				1764 to Greek AF
				1765 to Luftwaffe as DE-113, DE-362, YA-362, DR-362, DD-362.  To Greece
				1766 to Luftwaffe.  Displayed at Roth, West Germany c 1978
				1772 on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California
				1774 to Italian AF as 11774
				1776 may be the aircraft displayed at Indian Springs AFS, NV 1997 to 2002
				1785 to MASDC
				1786 noted Aug 2003 on display at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA
				1795 to Italian AF as 11795
				1796 to Luftwaffe as DE-109, DE-361, DE-126, DD-370, DD-379. On display at Roth
					at LAR3 ad DA-379
				1797 Ca.1954: TOS USAF.  Ca.1955: 7625th Operations Squadron, Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. 
					Ca. 1958: 27th Strategic Fighter Interceptor Wing, Bergstrom AFB, TX.
					Unknown date: 162nd Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), Springfield, ANGB, OH.
					Ca.10/70: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					Ca.10/70: Loaned to 178th Fighter Group (ANG), Springfield ANGB, OH. Displayed mounted.
				1798 to Greek AF as 11798
				1800 to Luftwaffe as DE-381, DE-119, DR-233.  Used for spare parts
				1803 to Greek AF as 11803
				1804 to MASDC as FA220 Aug 11, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 3, 1975.
				1805 to Luftwaffe as DE-119.  W/o Mar 7, 1960
				1806 to Luftwaffe as DE-116, DE-380, DE-160.  On display at Gottingen by DFVLR
				1807 to Luftwaffe as DE-232, DD-372.  w/o Jun 23, 1964
				1808 (15th TFW) crashed at Hurlburt Field, Florida Jul 1, 1963 during strafing exercise.  Pilot killed.
				1810 on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico
				1812 to Luftwaffe as DR-251, DE-382, DE-120, DE-379, DE-119.  To Greece as 11812.  Stored at
					Athens Apt, Greece in 1984
				1815 to Greek AF as 11815
				1816 to Luftwaffe as DE-247, DE-368, DD-368, DD-373.  On display at Ulm Boelke-Kaserne
				1817 to N94217 with Parks College of Aeronautical Technology,
					Cahokia, Il.  Now on display with Arkansas ANG at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, Arkansas. 
				1818 displayed at Fairfield MAP, Iowa Apr 1971 to 2003.  Still there in 2010.
				1822 on display with Illinois ANG at Springfield, Illinois.
				1824 to civil registry as N3996 as instructional airframe with Belleville
					Area College, Belleville, IL
51-1828			Republic YRF-84F-RE Thunderflash
				Seen at NACA, Edwards AB with all USAF markings removed
51-1829/1831		Republic RF-84F-1-RE Thunderflash
				1829 first production RF-84F; exchanged the sliding canopy of the earlier prototype (51-1828) for 
					the upward hinging canopy and the raised turtleneck that was standard on the F-84F;
					Built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 3F-328 for Air Research Development;
					Available with Republic Farmingdale Aug 31, 1953, accepted by USAF Aug 31, 1953; delivered to 
					Air Research Development Command Oct 15, 1953.   Assigned Air Material Command May 12, 1954; 
					ex 51-1829/ FS-829 146th FIS Pennsylvania ANG at Pittsburgh AP (PA); 
					ex 51-1829/FS-829 105th TRS Tennessee ANG at Berry Field (TN);
					ex 51-1829/FS-829 147th FIS Pennsylvania ANG at Pittsburgh AP (PA); 
					Declared obsolete at Brookley Field (AL) Apr 1957;
					MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare as MM51-1829, to serve as a 
					maintenance trainer before they received their own operational models
51-1832			Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
				w/o May 12,1957 with 689th FS, Aviano.  Accident was at San Quirino (Udine).  Pilot ejected safely.
51-1833/1838		Republic RF-84F-1-RE Thunderflash
				1833 to Turkey Oct 1957
51-1839/1873		Republic RF-84F-5-RE Thunderflash
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1839 crashed 1 mi E of Shinnecock Inlet, NY.
				1841 to Germany as EB108 - Crashed Apr 20, 1960
				1842 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 3F-328 for Air Research Development;
					Available Republic Farmingdale (18may54), accepted by USAF (18may54), delivered USAF (18oct54); 
					ex 51-1842/FS-842 USAF 6515th Test Group at Edwards AFB (CA); 
					ex 51-1842 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					ex 51-1842 154th TRS Arkansas ANG at Adams Field, Little Rock (AR); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare 
					as MM51-1842,  (18jun58); noted coded 3-45, 132° Gruppo RT 
				1843 to Turkish AF Oct 1957
				1844 to Turkish AF Oct 1957
				1845 to Turkish AF Oct 1958
				1846 to Turkish AF Jun 1958
				1847 Modified 1954 as a ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Fitted with a retractable 
					hook in the nose in front of the cockpit, along with downward-slanted tailplanes. Delivered to 
					USAF 19Nov54. First flight Dec54. During a high speed test early 1955, the drooped stabilators 
					developed a severe flutter, resulting in damage to the tail surfaces. Republic Aviation for 
					repairs to rear fuselage. Bailed to Convair Aircraft Corporation, Fort Worth, TX. 3520th 
					Combat Crew Training Wing, McConnell AFB, Wichita, KS. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) 
					Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Ground instructional airframe at Larson AFB, WA May57. 
					Mutual Defense Assistance Program. To Royal Hellenic Air Force. Returned to the USAF. 
					Donated to Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Detachment, The Citadel University, Charleston, SC. 
					Traded by USAF Museum 1996 in exchange with F-4C Phantom II 64-0816. Stored by USAF 
					Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 1996. Salvaged there in the early 1990s  
					due to extensive corrosion with being outside for so long..
				1848 modified for FICON experiments and was used in Tom-Tom tests attached to wingtip of modified B-36.  
					To Türk Hava Kuvvetleri / Turkish Air Force as 51-1848 May 1958
				1849 modified for FICON experiments and was used in Tom-Tom tests
					attached to wingtip of modified B-36.  To Turkish AF as 51-1848 May 1958
				1850 to Turkish AF Oct 1957.  WFU in 1960
				1851 to Turkish AF Oct 1975
				1852 to MASDC Jan 20, 1971.  Sent to New Mexico Institute of Mining
					and Technology to be expended in explosive tests.
				1853 to Turkish AF Oct 7, 1957.
				1854 to Turkish AF Oct 1957.  Involved in actions over Cyprus during
					1964 with 184th Squadron.  Fuselage stored at Konya AB, Turkey in Jun 2014
				1855 to Turkish AF Oct 7, 1957
				1856 to Turkish AF Oct 7, 1957
				1857 to Turkish AF Oct 11, 1957
				1858 ex 51-1858 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					ex 51-1858 154th TRS Arkansas ANG at Little Rock AFB (AR); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica 
					Militare as MM51-1858,  (18jun58); 
					ex 11858/3-38 132° Gruppo RT (28jul68); 
					noted 11858/3-20 18° Gruppo CR (1974); 
				1860 to Turkish AF Oct 1957.  Derelict at Eskisehir
				1861 to Turkish AF Oct 7, 1957.
				1862 to Germany as EB102, later EB302.  Preserved at Technical Universitie, Munchen.
					Forward fuselage to Sinsheim Museum in 1997.
				1863 to Turkish AF Nov 24, 1957
				1864 to Turkish AF Oct 11, 1957
				1865 (MSN 37) assigned to USAF 3205th TG, later to 3206th tG, 3201st ABW. To Royal Danish AF Jul 21, 1958 as 
					11865, then coded KA-G C-865.  WFU Jun 24, 1971.  Displayed at Karup AB,
					Denmark as gate guard 1975 to 1986 and then stored there until 1998.
				1866 to Turkish AF Oct 24, 1957
				1867 to Belgian AF as FR-25 Jan 27, 1964. Crashed in bad weather Jun 26, 1969 near Laufenselden, West Germany.
					Pilot killed after his parachute deployed badly.  One child on ground killed.
				1868 to Turkish AF Oct 24, 1957
				1869 to Germany as EB368, later EB119-preserved Osnabruk as ED-119.  Stored at Bonn/Hengelar in
					poor condition as ED-119.
				1870 crashed 7 mi NW of Biloxi, MS
				1871 to Turkish AF Jun 4, 1958
				1872 to Turkish AF Nov 24, 1957.  Returned to USAF, sent to MASDC.
					Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				1873 to MASDC May 6, 1971.  Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests. 
51-1874/1938		Republic RF-84F-10-RE Thunderflash
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1877 to Republic of China AF AF as 5625.  Returned to USAF in 1965, to Alabama ANG and
					then to Michigan ANG
				1878 to Belgium as FR-21 Jan 1959.  Stored at Koksijde Oct 26, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
				1882 to MASDC as FA087 Dec 8, 1970.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 28, 1975
				1884 ex 51-1884 USAF 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing at Luke AFB (AZ); 
					ex 51-1884 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					ex 51-1884 154th TRS Arkansas ANG at Adams Field, Little Rock (AR); (Dec 1957);
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare 
					as MM51-1884,  (jun18, 1958); ex 3-32 132° Gruppo CR (Jul 1968); 
					ex 11884/3-02 18° Gruppo CR;  Scrapped Villafranca, Verona, Italy (nov74).
				1885 (217th TRG, Michigan ANG) crashed near Round Lake, Michigan Oct 27, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				1886 assigned to 432nd TRG, Shaw AFB, SC.  to Iowa Angf 174th TRS, Sioux City Apt, IA Mar 1958.
					To Belgian AF as FR-26 Jan 31, 1963.  Crash landing Oct 22, 1970 in Belgium (42 Smaldeel).  Stored in yard at
					Evere Dec 11, 1970.  Soc Dec 1970 and sold for scrap.  To Mujsee due Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune, 
					France Sep 14, 1988, and preserved.
				1887 to Germany as EB-251, later EB-351.  52-7356 also quoted as EB-251.
				1888 to Germany as EB-364.  Crashed Jun 1, 1961
				1890 Bailed to Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. RF-84K drooped stabilators 
					installed to investigate problems of severe flutter with the ‘parasite’ for the 
					FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Returned to standard RF-84F configuration. Mutual 
					Defense Assistance Program. To Koninklijke Luchtmacht / Royal Netherlands Air Force 
					Feb58 as P-21; 306 Squadron. Returned to US government. Türk Hava Kuvvetleri / Turkish Air Force 
					17Oct63 as 51-1890; 184 Filo.
				1891 to Republic of China AF as 5621.  Returned to USAF in 1965.  Served with
					Alabama ANG, then Michigan ANG.
				1893 to MASDC as FA067 Oct 1, 1970.  Sold Jan 26, 1977 to Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 20, 1977.
				1894 to Germany as EB-110, later EB-310.  To fire dump at Fassberg
				1895 crashed Jan 7, 1957 in swamp NE of Dorchester, SC due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1896 on display with Michigan ANG at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
				1898 to Belgium as FR-24 Feb 1959.  w/o after hangar fire at Beauvechain AB,
					Belgium Feb 22, 1962.
				1901 to Turkish AF Feb 5, 1958; noted 1997 on outdoor static display
					at Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
				1902 to MASDC as FA159 Mar 26, 1971.  Scrapped.  Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				1903 to Republic of China AF as 5622.  Returned to USAF in 1965.  Served with Alabama ANG,
					later Michigan ANG.
				1906 to Belgium as FR-22 Dec 1958.  Stored at Koksijde Sep 9, 1971.  returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
				1907 crashed Aug 17, 1961 after welds failed on the tailpipe.
				1909 to Netherlands as P-22.  w/o 4/19/60 near Hahn AB, West Germany (306 Sqdn)
				1910 to Netherlands as P-23.  To Turkey Oct 17, 1963 as 11910.
				1911 to Germany as EB-118, later EB-318
				1912 to Belgium as FR-23 Dec 1959.  Stored at Koksrijde Nov 5, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped. 
				1913 to Germany as EB-113, later EB-313.
				1914 to MASDC as FA040 Nov 24, 1970.  Sold Jan 26, 1977.  Later to New 
					Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				1916 to MASDC Nov 24, 1970.  Sold for scrap Jan 26, 1977.  
					Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				1917 to Turkish AF Oct 25, 1958; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
				1918 Ca.1953: TOS USAF. Ca.1/54: 366th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Alexandria (later England) AFB, LA.
					1955: 401st Fighter-Bomber Group, England AFB, LA.
					1958: 141st Fighter Squadron (ANG), McGuire AFB, NJ.
					1963: 366th Tactical Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, NM.
					Ca.1965 to 1969: 169th Fighter Squadron (ANG), 182nd Fighter-Bomber Wing, Peoria, IL.
					4/71: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					1971: Loaned to the City of Fairfield, IA. Mounted on a pedestal at the Fairfield Airport.
				1922 to Belgium as FR-27 Jul 16, 1963.  Stored at Koksijde AB Sep 9, 1971.  To Florennes AB as gate guard
					Jul 26, 1973, subsequently as a decoy.  To Spa airfield in Belgium for preservation Jan 29, 1996. 
				1923 to Germany as EB-113, later EB-313.  To fire dump at Fassberg
				1924 to Netherlands as P-24.  To Turkey Oct 24, 1963 as 11924.  WFU Aug 29, 1980.  Stored at
					Eskisehir AB, Turky 1980 to 1988.  On display at Etimesgut airfield
				1925 to MASDC as FA081 Nov 13, 1970.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 3, 1975
				1928 available Republic Farmingdale (26oct54), accepted by USAF (13dec54); delivered USAF (23dec54); 
					ex 51-1928 USAF 432nd TRG/29th TRS at at Shaw AFB (SC); 
					ex 51-1928 184th TRS Arkansas ANG at Fort Smith AP (AR) (Dec 1957); 
					handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare 
					as MM51-1928,  (18jun58); ex 3-47 132° Gruppo RT; ex 3-27 18° Gruppo CR (1973);
					Stored scrapyard Petrimetal at Castrette di Villorba, Treviso (1974); 
					Preserved with tail of MM52-7457 as ‘French Air Force 27457/3-43’ at Musée d’Aviation du Mas 
					Palegry near Perpignan, France (Sep 1994-May 24, 2013).
				1929 put on display at city of Neligh, Nebraska in 1971
				1931 to MASDC as FA162 Apr 8, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 23, 1975
				1932	Assigned to 106th TRS ANG. Crashed into sea 450 miles from Bermuda Oct 27, 1960
				1933 to Germany as EB-233, later EB-333.
				1934 to MASDC as FA158 Mar 26, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 28, 1975
				1935 displayed at York MAP, Nebraska
				1936 displayed at Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg/Skyhaven Apt.
					Also have this one going to Republic of China AF as 5624
				1937 (MSN 109) to Royal Danish AF Jun 4, 1962 and 11937, coded as C-937.  WFU Apr 4, 1971.  Became decoy at Karup AB, Denmark.
					To MBB, West Germany in 1973.
				1938 (171st TRS, MI ANG) crashed May 1958.
51-1939/1948		Republic RF-84F-15-RE Thunderflash
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1939 to Turkish AF Nov 24, 1957
				1940 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-547 for Air Research Development;
					Available Republic Farmingdale (Nov 1954), accepted by USAF (May 31, 1955); delivered USAF (1955); 
					ex 51-1940 USAF 3595th Combat Crew Training Wing at Nellis AFB (NV); 
					ex 51-1940 USAF 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing at Luke AFB (AZ); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare 
					as MM51-1940,  (Feb 25, 1958);  ex 11940/3-140 132° Gruppo RT;
					ex 11940/3-21 18° Gruppo RT (jul66); ex 3-1 18° Gruppo CR; 
					Derelict at Villafranca, Verona, Italy (74-78); scrapped.
				1941 to MASDC Jun 29, 1971.  Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				1942 had midair collision with 51-11256 during night formation approach on
					Sep 14, 1965.  Pilot landed plane with nearly 6 feet of the nose missing.
					To MASDC as FA163 Apr 8, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 28, 1975.
					Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				1943 burned on ramp at some point.  To MASDC
				1944 to MASDC Nov 20, 1970.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ (1973 to 1976)
				1945 to Belgium as FR-28 May 9, 1963.  To Musee Royal de l'Armee et d'Histoire Militaire, Brussels Oct 17, 1972.
				1946 (MSN 118) assigned to USAF 432nd TRG, 363rd TRW.  Later to Alabama ANG 106th TRS.
					To Royal Danish AF June 4 1962 as 11946, code C-946 .  Crashed May 13, 1966 at Vinding Kirke, Denmark (Esk 729)
				1947 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-158 for USAF in Europe
					Available Republic Farmingdale (08nov54), accepted by USAF (29apr55); delivered USAF (06may55); 
					ex 51-1947 USAF 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing at Luke AFB (AZ); 
					ex 51-1947 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare 
					as MM51-1947,  (25feb58);
				1948 Ca.1953: TOS USAF.  By 1954: 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Shaw AFB, SC.
					1/57: 184th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (ANG), Fort Smith, AR.
					1963-1964: 163rd Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN.
					By 1971: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					1971: Loaned to City of Harlan, IA. Displayed on pylon at Harlan Airport.
					Still there in 2011.
51-1949			Republic RF-84F-16-RE Thunderflash
				To Belgium as FR-5 Dec 4, 1956.  Stored at Koksijde Sep 16, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
51-1950/1956		Republic RF-84F-15-RE Thunderflash
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1954 to MASDC Sep 30, 1970.  To China Lake Ranges, CA in 1975
				1955 to MASDC as FA110 Jan 7, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 17, 1975
				1956 to MASDC as FA066 Oct 1, 1970.  Sold to Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 20, 1977.
51-1957/1958		Republic RF-84F-16-RE Thunderflash
				1957 to Belgium as FR-7 May 1957.  Crashed Aug 8, 1956 (H8-G/42 Smaldeel) after hydraulics
					lock-up on takeoff from Hahn AB, West Germany.
				1958 to Belgium as FR-6 Mar 1956.  Stored at Koskijde Jan 14, 1972.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
51-1959/2044		Cancelled Contract
51-2045/2081		Boeing B-47B-25-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450098/450134.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2045 delivered to Lockheed Marietta as pattern aircraft for Refinement Program.
					Remained as a static test vehicle.  Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Mar 21, 1958
				2046 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952.  Subsequently converted to XB-47D testbed 
					for Wright XT-49 turboprop as Model 450-162-48, and formally redesignated as
					such Dec 1954.  First flight Feb 15, 1956.
				2047 redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 8, 1958
				2048 (ARDC) stalled during landing and crashed Jun 24, 1952, 3 killed
				2049 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2050 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 4, 1958
				2051 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Nov 19, 1957
				2052 redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 31, 1958
				2053 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1958
				2054 (YRB-47B, 4th SRS, 26th RW) shot down by MiG-15s over Pacific E of Kamchatka
					Peninsula Apr 18, 1955.  Crew may have bailed out but were not recovered.
				2055 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1957
				2056 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Nov 7, 1957
				2057 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Nov 8, 1957
				2058 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 3, 1958
				2059 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  Transferred in 1956 to Canadair as testbed for
					Orenda Iroquois engine as CL-52, serial X059.  Following
					cancellation of the Arrow program, returned to USA Aug 1959 and 
					scrapped at MASDC shortly thereafter.
				2060 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1958
				2061 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Apr 27, 1959
				2062 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1957
				2063 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  With 340th BW, crashed near 
					Topeka, Kansas Mar 16, 1954.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1957
				2064 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1957
				2065 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  to MASDC Oct 17, 1958.  
				2066 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B. 
					Converted to WB-47. w/o with 340th BW in Missouri Feb 17, 1955.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1958.
				2067 no. 1 engine tore loose during ferry flight from Wichita to Oklahoma City
					Air Material Area Feb 26, 1952.  Uneventful landing made.  Updated and 
					redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1958
				2068 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1958
				2069 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1960
				2070 to TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1958
				2071 redesignated EB-47B Sep 1952 and JB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
					redesignated TB-47B.  W/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Jun 30, 1953.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1958
				2072 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 3, 1958
				2073 during ferry flight between Wichita and Oklahoma City outboard cowling of
					number 2 engine fell off.  Landed safely.  Updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 5, 1958
				2074 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Mar 19, 1958
				2075 redesignated EB-47B then JB-47B Jan 1956, TB-47B Feb 1956 and JTB-47B Mar 1956.
					Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
					Put on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards, AFB, California.  Later put out on
					bombing range at Edwards AFB.
				2076 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 11, 1957
				2077 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2078 redesignated EB-47B Nov 1952 and JTB-47B  Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
					redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1959
				2079 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  W/o in Kansas Mar 17, 1953.  To MASDC Jan 8, 1958
				2080 redesignated JB-47B Jan 1956 and subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  W/o in Florida Dec 17, 1952.
					To MASDC Oct 8, 1958
				2081 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1958
51-2082/2136		Boeing B-47B-30-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450135/450189.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2082 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1958
				2083 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Nov 14, 1957
				2084 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 16, 1958
				2085 (3520th FTW) in landing accident Mar 19, 1953 at air base in Wichita, KS.  All 6 engines
					were torn off the wing.  Crew OK.
				2086 (3520th FTW) crashed near town of Braman, OK Jan 6, 1955.  3 crewmen killed.
				2087 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 15, 1958
				2088 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1957
				2089 w/o in landing accident Jan 8, 1954 at Wichita, Kansas.  2 crew killed.
				2090 redesignated JTB-47B Jul 1957, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1961
				2091 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Oct 17, 1958
				2092 (3520th CCTW) crashed Mar 16, 1954 during low-level training near Forbes AFB, Kansas after colliding
					with B-47B 50-063
				2096 (33rd BS, 22nd BW) lost in touch-and-go accident Oct 13, 1953 at March AFB, California.  3 crewmen killed.
				2097 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-30-LO from parts supplied by Boeing
				2098 relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated UB-47B
				2099 (369th BS, 306th BW) SOC
				2100 (321st BW) unable to find base, ran out of fuel and crashed 50 mi S of Sidi Slimane AB, French
					Morocco Dec 10, 1954.  3 crew ejected.
				2102 (340th BW) ground looped and crashed during landing at Whiteman AFB, Missouri Aug 6, 1957.  2 crewmen killed
				2103 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1952.  In Dec 1954 converted to XB-47D testbed for Wright XT-49 
					turboprop as Model 450-162-49.   First flight Aug 26, 1955.  SOC
				2104 (379th BW(M)) crashed and burned 10 nm SW of Homestead AFB, FL Mar 13, 1958.  4 crew killed.
				2105 (369th BS, 306th BW) SOC
				2106 to MASDC Aug 3, 1960
				2107 (321st BW) to MASDC Aug 8, 1960
				2108 (321st BW) SOC
				2109 (321st BW) to MASDC Apr 26, 1961
				2110 (340th BS) to MASDC Jul 13, 1960
				2111 (340th BW) to MASDC Sep 29, 1960
				2112 (321st BW) overran runway at Pinecastle AFB, Florida and destroyed by fire Jun 21, 1955.
				2114 (340th BW) to MASDC Jan 26, 1961
				2115 converted to WB-47B weather aircraft and used by Air Weather Service from Jun 1956, 
					then to instructional airframe by Oct 1962 when redesignated GB-47B.
				2116 (321st BW) crashed near Greely, Colorado Jul 29, 1953.
				2117 (340th BW) to MASDC Jun 2, 1961
				2118 (340th BW) to MASDC Apr 12, 1961
				2119 damaged in landing accident Apr 23, 1954 at Pinecastle AB, Florida.  To MASDC Jan 10, 1961
				2120 used at one stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties.
					Put on display at Whiteman AFB, Missouri.
				2121 (321st BW) to MASDC Aug 18, 1960
				2122 to TB-47B. SOC
				2124 (368th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC May 31, 1960
				2125 (321st BW) SOC
				2126 (4347th CCTW) burned out after emergency landing at Bergstrom AFB, Texas Sep 17, 1959.
				2127 to MASDC Mar 14, 1961
				2128 (321st BW) SOC
				2129 (321st BW) SOC
				2130 redesignated XB-47D to test Wright YT-49-W-1 turboprop engines.  To MASDC Jun 8, 1961
				2131 (321th BW) to MASDC Mar 29, 1961
				2132 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1961
				2133 (321st BW) to MASDC Jun 23, 1961
				2135 seen at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ in 2001.
				2136 to MASDC May 19, 1961
51-2137/2191		Boeing B-47B-35-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450190/450244.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2138 w/o in Kansas Nov 4, 1955.
				2139 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  With 379th BW at Homestead
					AFB, FL flat tire caused takeoff crash Oct 11, 1957.  4 crewmembers killed.  Nuclear weapon onboard undamaged.
				2140 to MASDC Jul 25, 1960
				2141 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.   SOC with 341st BW
				2142 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated RB-47B.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1957
				2143 to MASDC Sep 14, 1960
				2144 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  SOC with 340th BW, to MASDC Dec 31, 1963.
				2145 was cancelled.  Completed by Lockheed as mockup only.
				2146 to MASDC Sep 30, 1960
				2147 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  SOC with 340th BW.
				2148 to MASDC Jun 9, 19671
				2149 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  SOC with 340th BW
				2150 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.   To MASDC Apor 27, 1961
				2151 (321st BW) w/o at Pinecastle AFB, Florida Jun 26, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 21, 1960
				2152 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.
					Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated UB-47B
				2153 to MASDC May 26, 1961
				2154 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  Crashed Mar 23, 1960?
					Wreck sent to be salvaged Apr 4, 1960
				2155 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  Redesignated EB-47B Sep 1954 and JB-47B Feb 1956.  
					To MASDC Aug 28, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				2156 to MASDC Jun 14, 1961
				2157 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  SOC with 340th BW
				2158 to MASDC Apr 20, 1961
				2159 converted to YRB-47B, redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955, subsequently updated and 
					redesignated B-47B again.  To MASDC Mar 3, 1960
				2160 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  Redesignated EB-47B Oct 1954 and JB-47B Feb 1956.  
					Reverted to B-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1960
				2161 to MASDC May 19, 1961
				2162 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1960
				2163 converted to TB-47B, then to DB-47B. SOC
				2164 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  W/o with 340th BW in Arizona Jul 2, 1952.
					To MASDC May 2, 1960
				2165 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, 
					Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used by Bell to carry, launch and direct the GAM-63A 
					missile for Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. 
					Designated DB-47B, fitted with Director Aircraft Guidance Systems (AN/APW-17) for use in trials 
					at Eglin AFB, FL and McCoy AFB, Orlando, FL. To MASDC Jun 9, 1960
				2166 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC Jun 24, 1960
				2167 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.
					To MASDC Jul 5, 1960
				2168 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used 
					by Bell to carry, launch and direct the GAM-63A missile for Project MX-776, the development 
					of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. Designated DB-47B, fitted with Director 
					Aircraft Guidance Systems (AN/APW-17) for use in trials at Eglin AFB, FL and McCoy AFB, Orlando, FL. 
					SOC with 321st BW and to MASDC Jul 7, 1960
				2169 converted to DB-47B.  SOC with 340th BW
				2170 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  Converted to DB-47B.  SOC with 321st BW.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1960
				2171 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC May 31, 1960
				2172 converted to DB-47B.  SOC with 321st BW, to MASDC Apr 29, 1960.
				2173 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  W/o in England Oct 20, 1955 with 340th BW.
					To MASDC May 20, 1960
				2174 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  To MASDC Jul 28, 1960
				2175 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  (3520th FTW, McConnell AFB Kansas) suffered explosion in bomb bay 
					fuel tank and shedded its wings over East Wichita, Kansas Mar 28, 1956, crashing four miles east of the 
					city, killing three crew. Explosion occurred just after takeoff at about 2,000 feet. 
				2176 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC Jul 13, 1960
				2177 (DB-47B, 321st BW) crashed at Pinecastle AFB, FL Oct 9, 1957 in inflight breakup in high speed demonstration, 
					killing Col Michael McCoy, the wing commander at Pinecastle AFB, and 3 others.  Pinecastle AFB was renamed 
					McCoy AFB in his honor.  Details about the crash were classified for five decades, supposedly because they 
					would have revealed defects in the B-47.  Recent information released under FOIA show that the investigation 
					blamed Col McCoy for the crash.
				2178 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC Aug 24, 1960
				2179 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  To MASDC May 6, 1960
				2180 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  Converted to DB-47B.  SOC with 321st BW, to MASDC Apr 25, 1960.
				2181 converted to TB-47B.  To 4347th CCTS, 4347th CCTW.  Converted to DB-47B. Seen on its belly with obvious 
					damage and engines stripped off.
				2182 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC Jul 26, 1960
				2183 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC Jul 14, 1960
				2184 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  W/o at Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas with 340th BW.
					To MASDC Jul 21, 1960
				2185 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  Converted to DB-47B.  To MASSDC May 31, 1960
				2186 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used by 
					Bell to carry, launch and direct the GAM-63A missile for Project MX-776, the development of the 
					GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. Designated DB-47B, fitted with Director Aircraft 
					Guidance Systems (AN/APW-17) for use in trials at Eglin AFB, FL and McCoy AFB, Orlando, FL. 
  					W/o at Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas Dec 4, 1953.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1960
				2187 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used by 
					Bell to carry, launch and direct the GAM-63A missile for Project MX-776, the development of the 
					GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. Designated DB-47B, fitted with Director Aircraft Guidance 
					Systems (AN/APW-17) for use in trials at Eglin AFB, FL and McCoy AFB, Orlando, FL. 
					To AMARC May 16, 1960.
				2188 converted to DB-47B.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1960
				2189 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.  To MASDC Aug 4, 1960.
				2190 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT.  Converted to DB-47B.  SOC with 321st BW, to MASDC May 1, 1960
				2191 converted to DB-47B.  SOC with 321st BW, to MASDC Jul 29, 1960
51-2192/2246		Boeing B-47B-40-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450245/450299.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2197, 2204, 3310, 2217, 2224, 2231, 2237, 2243 assembled by Lockheed Aircraft at Marietta, Georgia.
				2192/2234 to DB-47B
				2192 (320th BW, 441st BS) crashed on takeoff at March AFB, California Mar 2, 1957.  4 on board killed.
				2193 to MASDC Aug 26, 1960.
				2194 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 26, 1961
				2195 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 19, 1961
				2196 to MASDC Aug 20, 1960
				2197 SOC with 340th BW.
				2198 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956 (to B-47B-II standard).
					Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated
					UB-47B, redesignated GB-47B Oct 1962 and used as ground trainer
				2199 (321st BW, 46th BS) cashed on takeoff from Loring AFB, ME
					Nov 22, 1958.  4 onboard killed.
				2200 redesignated JB-47B Mar 1956.  To MASDC Apr 24, 1961
				2201 converted to YRB-47B, then to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 8, 1961
				2202 to MASDC Dec 14, 1960
				2203 convertd to YRB-47B, then to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 29, 1960
				2204 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1960.		
				2205 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Oct 27, 1960
				2206 (321st BW) crashed after takeoff from Loring AFB, Maine Jul 25, 1958
				2207 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.
					Was on display at Lincoln AFB, NE during the early 1960s.  Not
					sure where it went after the base closed in 1965.
				2208 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Oct 29, 1960 
				2209 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 16, 1960
				2210 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.  To MASDC with 320th BW Sep 2, 1960
				2211 SOC with 320th BW
				2212 to MASDC Sep 16, 1960
				2213 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Aug 10, 1960.
				2214 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 7, 1961
				2215 converted to WB-47B presumably before becoming DB-47.  Crashed with 19thBW near Lake 
					Ockeechobee, Florida Jul 12, 1960.  Also listed as going to MASDC Oct 20, 1960
				2216 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 21, 1960
				2217 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.  SOC with 320th BW
				2218 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 29, 1960
				2219 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 30, 1960
				2220 (321st BW) burned out after hard landing at Pinecastle AFB, Florida Jan 28, 1958
				2221 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 31, 1961
				2222 redesignated EB-47B Mar 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1960
				2223 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 25, 1961.
				2224 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.  Converted to DB-47B.  
					While attached to 359th BS at Davis Monthan AFB, Sep 9, 1953 damaged in
					midair collision with KC-97F 51-0314 38 mi NE of Gila Bend, AZ.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1960.
				2225 to MASDC as Sep 6, 1960
				2226 converted to YRB-47B.  With 323rd SRS, 91st SRW crashed after ground loop while practicing 
					touch-and-goes Sep 7, 1953.
				2227 to MASDC Oct 19, 1960
				2228 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1961.  Declared excess Mar 9, 1964.  
					Scrapped at MASDC
				2229 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 21, 1960
				2230 to MASDC Sep 8, 1960
				2231 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.  (320th BW) crashed on takeoff 
					from March AFB Oct 13, 1955.  All four crew killed. 
				2232 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953.  With 4925th Test Group, landed short at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Apr 30, 1954.  
					Fire destroyed fuselage.
				2233 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II. To MASDC Oct 26, 1960
				2234 to MASDC SDep 12, 1960
				2235 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 8, 1961
				2236 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  to MASDC Oct 25, 1960
				2237 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing. To MASDC Nov 22, 1960
				2238 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
				2239 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 23, 1961
				2240 SOC with 367th BS, 306th BW
				2241 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 31, 1961
				2242 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 13, 1960
				2243 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.  To MASDC Apr 25, 1961
				2244 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 28, 1961
				2245 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
				2246 to MASDC Sep 14, 1960
51-2247/2301		Boeing B-47B-45-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450300/450354.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2247 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 14, 1961
				2248 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1961
				2249 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
				2250 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1960
				2251 to MASDC Sep 1, 1960
				2252 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II. SOC
				2253 converted to YRB-47B.  Crshed during touch-and-goes Jul 24, 1953.  3 crewmen killed.
				2254 to MASDC Aug 30, 1960
				2255 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 8, 1961
				2256 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  Sent to Tinker AFB, Oklahoma for salvage Feb 10, 1960.
				2257 to MASDC Aug 5, 1960
				2258 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
				2259 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
				2261 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW crashed on takeoff from Torrejon AB, Spain
					Dec 30, 1959.  Crew of 4 all killed.
				2262 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 7, 1961.  To reclamation Mar 25, 1964 and
					scrapped at MASDC
				2263 to MASDC May 31, 1961
				2264 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 18, 1961
				2265 (321st BW) crashed on takeoff from Pinecastle AFB, Florida Mar 22, 1957
				2266 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  Canopy fell off aircraft at 13,000 feet Oct 1, 1952.  No injuries.
					To MASDC Apr 18, 1961
				2267 (306th BW) stalled at landing and crashed at RAF Upper Heyford, UK Jul 2, 1953.  All 4 crewmen killed.
				2268 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1961
				2269 to MASDC Apr 26, 1961
				2270 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 25, 1961
				2271 to MASDC Nov 16, 1960
				2272 (369th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Jun 9, 1961
				2273 (369th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Sep 22, 1960
				2274 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW at Homestead AFB, Florida lost Jul 12, 1960
					after engine exploded and crashed near Lake Ockeechobee, Florida.  Crew survived.
				2275 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 24, 1961
				2276 to MASDC Sep 26, 1960
				2277 to MASDC Aug 26, 1960
				2278 (368th BS, 306th BW, later to 320th BW) to MASDC Apr 17, 1961
				2279 converted to EB-47B-46-BW Feb 1953 and to JB-47B Feb 1956.  To MASDC Nov 30, 1960
				2280 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 19, 1961
				2281 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1960
				2282 (368th BS, 306th BW)
				2283 (368th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Sep 1, 1960
				2284 (369th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Apr 27, 1961
				2285 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1960
				2286 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW, crashed after midair collision with 
					B-47 52-535 on eastern outskirts of Tampa, Florida Dec 19, 1955.  4 crewmen killed.
				2287 to MASDC Apr 21, 1961
				2288 (19th BW) converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1960
				2289 (320th BW) to MASDC Nov 22, 1960
				2290 (320th BW) to MASDC Sep 2, 1960.
				2291 (369th BS, 306th BW, then to 320th BW) to MASDC May 25, 1961
				2292 (19th BW) converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 28, 1960
				2293 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1960	
				2294 to MASDC May 24, 1961
				2295 to MASDC Nov 28, 1960.
				2296 (368th BS, 306th BW) SOC
				2297 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Oct 25, 1960
				2298 (369th BS, 306th BW, later 320th BW) to MASDC Oct 19, 1960
				2299 (369th BS, 306th BW, later 320th BW) to MASDC Aug 16, 1960
				2300 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953.  TO 340th BW.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1961
				2301 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 8, 19671
51-2302/2356		Boeing B-47B-50-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450355/450409.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2302 to MASDC Aug 31, 1960
				2303 (320th BW) to MASDC Sep 1, 1960
				2304 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 21, 1961
				2305 to MASDC Apr 28, 1961
				2306 to MASDC Nov 15, 1960
				2307 to MASDC Sept 2, 1960.  
				2308 (320th BW) to MASDC Aug 10, 1960
				2309 (320th BW) SOC
				2310 (320th BW) to MASDC Dec 16, 1960 
				2311 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1961
				2312 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Oct 18, 1960
				2313 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1960
				2314 to MASDC Dec 16, 1960
				2315 (MSN 450368) taken on strength ca 1953 and assigned to the 320th Bombardment Wing at Mather AFB, CA. 
					Ca. Jun 1959:  Transferred to the 305th Bombardment Wing at Bunker Hill AFB, IN (later Grissom AFB). 
					Mar 1961:   The right outboard engine exploded during an in-flight refueling, taking 15 feet 
					of the wing with it. The wing was repaired. 
					1968:   A hard landing at Bunker Hill broke the aircraft’s back, permanently grounding it. 
					Put on display at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.  Observed at Grissom 1996 wearing false serial 20271.
					However, 51-2315 was in a major accident prior to 1968.  52-0271 was indeed at Bunker Hill
					AFB (later Grissom AFB), and maybe this plane is actually the real 52-0271.  Anyone know more?
					The plane now bears the markings 12135 and the sign says that the plane broke its back on a hard landing
					at Bunker Hill AFB, which forced its retirement, so it may well be the real 51-2315.
				2316 to MASDC Apr 27, 1961 
				2317 (19th BW, Homestead AFB, FL) overran runway during aborted takeoff Oct 1, 1957.  Crew survived.
				2318 (320th BW) SOC.  Used in filming of 1955 movie "Strategic Air Command', with James Stewart and June Allyson.
				2319 (320th BW) to MASDC Sep 2, 1960
				2320 to MASDC Sep 1960
				2321 to MASDC Apr 1961.
				2322 (320th BW) SOC 
				2323 (305th BW) SOC
				2324 (320th BW) SOC
				2325 (320th BW) SOC
				2326 (320th BW) SOC
				2327 (320th BW) SOC
				2328 used in 1956 for GAM-67 Crossbow trials, often then incorrectly referred to as YDB-47B.
					Redesignated JB-47B Dec 1957 (converted to B-47B-II standard), redesignated NB-47B Mar 1969 but
					immediately withdrawn and stored at MASDC.
				2329 (320th BW) SOC
				2330 (340th BW) SOC
				2331 (321st BW) SOC
				2332 (19th BW) collided with B-47 51-2352 during mass refueling Jan 24, 1957 and crashed near Isle of 
					Pines, Cuba
				2333 (320th BW) SOC
				2334 (340th BW) SOC
				2335 (340th BW) SOC
				2336
				2337 to MASDC Apr 1961
				2338
				2339 (340th BW) SOC
				2340
				2341
				2342 (340th BW) SOC
				2343
				2344 (340th BW) crashed on takeoff from Whiteman AFB, Missouri Feb 27, 1956.  4 crewmen killed
				2345 (321st BW) SOC
				2346 (321st BW) w/o in Oklahoma Dec 18, 1953
				2347
				2348 to MASDC Jun 9, 1961.  To reclamation Mar 24, 1964 and scrapped at MASDC
				2349 (19th BW) was the plane that jettisoned a Mark 15 H-bomb off the coast of Tybee Island, Georgia Feb 5, 1958 
					after being damaged by a midair collision with an F-86L.  The pilot of the F-86L ejected and his plane 
					crashed near Sylvania, Georgia.  The B-47 landed but skipped off the runway and was damaged, and the 
					B-47 never flew again. Weapon not found and was missing for a long time.  The weapon was finally found 
					in Feb 2015 by a pair of skin-diving tourists
				2350 modified in 1956 to carry 4 GAM-67 Crossbows.  Often then referred to (incorrectly) as YDB-47B.
					Redesignated JB-47B ca 1956 (converted to B-47B-II standard).  To MASDC Apr 1960
				2351 (19th BW) supposedly crashed off Cuba Jan 24, 1957
				2352 (19th BW) collided with B-47 51-2332 during mass refueling near Isle of Pines, Cuba Jan 24, 1957.
				2553
				2354
				2355
				2356 to MASDC Sept 1960.
51-2357/2411		Boeing B-47E-55-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450410/450464.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2357 first flight Jan 30, 1953.  SOC
				2358 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
				2359 to JB-47E-55-BW.  Converted to NB-47E.  SOC
				2360 taken on strength Apr 10, 1953. Sent for modification work at Grand Central Aircraft in Tucson
					May 1954: Assigned to the 43rd Bombardment Wing (SAC) at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  
					May 1956: Transferred to the 96th Bomb Wing (SAC) at Altus AFB, OK. 
					Dec 1957: Assigned to the 380th Bomb Wing at Plattsburg AFB, NY.
					Aug 1961: Assigned to the 96th Bomb Wing, Dyess AFB, TX.  
					Jan 1953: Sent to Lockheed Aircraft in Marietta, GA, to be converted to WB-47E.
					May 1963: 55th Weather Squadron (MATS) at McClellan AFB, CA.
					Mar 1966: 53rd Weather Squadron (MATS) at Hunter AFB, GA. 
					Jun 1966: Transferred to Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico. 
					Jul 1966: Struck off strength with the Air Force and ferried to the New England Air Museum, 
						Bradley Airport, Windsor Locks, CT and put on display there. 
					Oct 3,1979:   A tornado struck Bradley airport and this aircraft was one of many damaged.  
						It was repaired using a strut and engines from B-47E 53-6244.
					In 2002 transferred for display at Heritage Museum, Hill AFB, Utah,
				2361 SOC with 384th BW
				2362 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 24, 1969
				2363 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
				2364
				2365 (308th BW) crashed Jun 4, 1959 during emergency landing on long taxiway at Hunter AFB, Georgia
					due to fire.  3 crewmembers killed.
				2366 converted to WB-47E.  With 55th WRS crashed while landing at Clark AB, Philippines Jun 20, 1967.
				2367 to MASDC Apr 267, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2368 cnoverted to JB-47E-I-BW
				2369 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1965.
				2370 (68th BW) SOC
				2371
				2372 to MASDC May 11, 1962.  To reclamation Mar 24, 1964 and scrapped at MASDC
				2373 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969
				2374 (68th BW) SOC
				2375 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.
				2376
				2377 supposedly crashed after inflight fire near Skiatook, Oklahoma Jan 20, 1962
				2378 (68th BW) SOC
				2379 (68th BW) SOC
				2380 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
				2381 (68th BW) SOC
				2382 (51st BS, 68th BW) crashed during takeoff at RAF Fairford, UK Aug 6, 1954.  4 crewmen killed.
				2383 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC May 1, 1965
				2384 (43rd BW) SOC
				2385 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1966
				2386 converted to JB-47E-I-65-BW
				2387 taken on strength Mar 23, 1953 and was immediately sent to Grand Central Aircraft Corporation, 
					Tucson, AZ, for modification work.  Assigned Dec 10, 1953to the 68th Bombardment Wing at 
					Chennault AFB, Lake Charles, LA.  
					Nov 3, 1955:   Sent to Tulsa, OK, to have modification work done.
					By February 1956:  Assigned to the 341st Bombardment Wing at Dyess AFB, TX.
					Aug 7, 1958:  Assigned to the 2nd Bombardment Wing at Hunter AFB, GA,
					Jul 7, 1959:   22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, CA. 
					Feb 2, 1960:  4347th Combat Crew Training Wing, McConnell AFB, KS.  
					Apr 25, 1963:   Sent to Lockheed Aircraft at Marietta, GA, for conversion to WB-47E.  
					1963:  56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron at Yakota AB, Japan.
					1966:   Returned to the USA to become part of the Air Force Museum Loan Program.  Was 
					on display at Oklahoma City Fair Grounds,
					Oklahoma City, OK.  In 2007 moved to Kansas Aviation Museum, at Wichita Mcconnell Airport, Kansas.
				2388 to MASDC May 18, 1962.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2389 DBR by ground fire Feb 21, 1953.
				2390 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
				2391 (341st BW) crashed after catching fire on takeoff from Dyess AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1958.  1 crewman
					killed. Nuclear weapon aboard was safe.
				2392 DBR in ground fire Feb 21, 1953
				2393 (43rd BW) SOC
				2394 converted to NB-47E Mar 1960.  SOC
				2395 (43rd BW) SOC
				2396 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1965
				2397 converted to WB-47E.  With 53rd WRS crashed at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico Dec 5, 1966.
				2398 to MASDC Feb 14, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2399 (384th BW) SOC
				2400
				2401 (43rd BW) SOC
				2402 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
				2403 (43rd BW) SOC
				2404 to MASDC Feb 7, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2405 (43rd BW) SOC
				2406 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				2407 (384th BW) WFU
				2408 converted to WB-47E
				2409 (43rd BW) SOC
				2410
				2411 to MASDC Jul 31, 1962.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
51-2412/2445		Boeing B-47E-60-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450465/450498.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2412 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				2413 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
				2414 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 31, 1969
				2415 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				2416 (303rd BW) crashed on takeoff Mar 5, 1954.  Four crewmen killed.
				2417 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
				2418 to MASDC Jun 14, 1961
				2419 to MASDC May 10, 1963, .  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2420 converted to WB-47E.  With 55th WRS, while making emergency landing at Lajes AB,
					Azores, skidded into parking ramp and struck C-97C 50-690 and
					lost port inner engine nacelle, starboard outer nacelle and
					starboard wingtip Nov 10, 1963.  Fire damaged port inner
					wing above lost nacelle.  Crew survived.
				2421 (96th Bomb Wing,  Altus AFB OK) suffered engine trouble on training mission and crashed 
					on a farm near Hobart, Oklahoma, Nov 6, 1956, killing four crew
				2422 to MASDC Jun 3, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2423 SOC with 384th BW
				2424 SOC with 359th BS, 303rd BW
				2425 (96th BW) crashed into Kaala Mountain on approach to Hickam AFB, Hawaii Apr 7, 1957.  4 crewmen killed.
				2426 to MASDC Jun 4, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2427 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969.  Declared excess Sep 1969
				2428 to MASDC Apr 19, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2429 to MASDC May 17, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2430 to MASDC Apr 26, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2431 to MASDC Jan 7, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2432 to MASDC Jul 31, 1962.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				2433 to MASDC Jul 13, 1961
				2434 to MASDC Jun 12, 1961
				2435 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				2436 to MASDC May 26, 1961
				2437 (359th BS, 303rd BW) crashed on landing at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona Oct 18, 1954. One crewman killed.
				2438 to MASDC Jul 5, 1961
				2439 to MASDC Jun 6, 1960
				2440 (303rd BW) crashed while practicing midair refuelling near Tucson, Arizona Dec 3, 1953.  4 crewmen killed.
				2441 to MASDC Mar 17, 1961
				2442 (97th BW) crashed into English Channel after catching fire 15 mi SW of Land's End, Cornwall, England
					May 15, 1956.  3 crewmen killed.
				2443 SOC with 384th BW.  To MASDC May 23, 1961
				2444 SOC with 384th BW.  To MASDC May 26, 1961
				2445 to MASDC Jun 7, 1961
51-2446/2531		Bell H-13D-BF Sioux
				One converted to XH-13F.  Redesignated OH-13D in 1962
				2454 (MSN 194, 8th US Army, X Corps, 5th Light Air Section) shot down in
					Punch Bowl Mountains, North Korea, Jul 15, 1952.
				2456 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				2478 (MSN 251) registered as N251DJ Dec 28, 2004.
				2484 (MSN 484) to Royal Danish AF as 89-891 in 1952.  To SE-HAX Jan 1959.  W/o Dec 22, 1965 at
					Kaziranga, India.  Rebuilt as VT-DVU.
				2485 (MSN 485) to Royal Danish AF as 89-892.  Crashed on landing in bad weather at Rypefjord, Greenland
51-2532/2556		Fairchild C-119C-22-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10490/10514.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2532 (MSN 10490) to MASDC Nov 6, 1965
				2533 (MSN 10491) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
				2534 (MSN 10492) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
				2536 (MSN 10494) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965.  To Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 536
				2537 (MSN 10495) 77th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group; damaged in accident near 
					Wheeler-Sack AFB, Cape Drum, NY 12Feb52; 403rd Troop Carrier Group; damaged by structural failure Hickam, HI 
					18Aug52; 61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by 
					Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXA; 
					Returned to USAF at Clark AB, Philippines 28Jul53;  704th Troop Carrier Squadron, 924th Troop Carrier Group; 
					To MASDC 24Aug65; reclaimed 21Jun66
				2538 (MSN 10496) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2539 (MSN 10497) 817th Troop Carrier Squadron, 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; 
					Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors;
					 356th Troop Carrier Squadron, 907th Troop Carrier Groupto MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess May 6, 1968
				2540 (MSN 10498) to French AF in Vietnam.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1965
				2541 (MSN 10499) 78th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group; accident while dropping 30 miles SE of 
					Broenwood, TX 8Apr52; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in 
					French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXB; returned to USAF at Clark AB, Philippines  6Jul53; 
					704th Troop Carrier Squadron, 924th Troop Carrier Group .  To MASDC Sep 18, 1965.  Reclaimed Jul 21, 1966
				2542 (MSN 10500) w/o Aug 9, 1953    Out of fuel & cr 30 miles S of Gharyan, Libya.  All 24 on board bailed out
				2543 (MSN 10501) 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in 
					French Indochina in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXC; returned to USAF at Clark AB, 
					Philippines 22Jun53; 61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while 
					parked at Ashiya, Japan 26Sep54; 706th Troop Carrier Squadron, 926th Troop Carrier .  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965.  
					Reclaimed Jun 2, 1966
				2545 (MSN 10503) to MASDC Oct 9, 1965
				2546 (MSN 10504) lost (on paper) by 3145th TCW Mar 9, 1954.  Details
					are uncertain, but plane may have been loaned to French AF
					and lost in Vietnam.
				2547 (MSN 10505) to MASDC Nov 17, 1965
				2548 (MSN 10506) damaged in ground accident Sep 26, 1952 at Ashiya AB, Japan
				2550 (MSN 10508) 1966314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Honshu’; loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					radio call sign F-OYXD.   Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines July 30, 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
				2551 (MSN 10509, 403rd TCW, 63rd TCS) flew into side of hill near Cho-ok, 
					Korea Nov 14, 1952. 44 killed.
				2552 (MSN 10510) damaged in ground accident Sep 26, 1952 at Ashiya AB, Japan
				2553 (MSN 10511) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2554 (MSN 10512) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2555 (MSN 10513) Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in 
					French Air Force colors; 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather 
					while parked at Ashiya, Japan, 26Sep54;  To MASDC Dec 2, 1964
				2556 damaged Mar 4, 1954 at Tarumpitao, Philippines
51-2557/2584		Fairchild C-119C-23-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10515/10542.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2557 (MSN 10515) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965.  To Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 12557
				2558 (MSN 10516) to MASDC Apr 6, 1966
				2559 (MSN 10517) 314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air 
					in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron,
					 315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while parked at Ashiya, Japan 26Sep54; 
					356th Troop Carrier Squadron, 907th Troop Carrier Group; to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess May 6, 1968
				2560 (MSN 10518) crashed into Mt McKinley Nov 7, 1951 at 12,000 feet elevation.  All 19 aboard killed.
					The aircraft data plate recovered in the debris field had the MSN as being 10519.
				2561 (MSN 10519) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966
				2562 (MSN 10520) to MASDC Sep 25, 1965.  To Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 562
				2563 (MSN 10521) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965. On display at Fort Campbell
				2564 (MSN 10522) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966
				2565 (MSN 10523) to MASDC Nov 6, 1965
				2566 (MSN 10524) on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
				2567 (MSN 10525) on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
				2568 (MSN 10526) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
				2570 (MSN 10528) disappeared near Anchorage, Alaska Nov 15, 1952.  20 missing.
				2571 (MSN 10529) 65th Troop Carrier Squadron, 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Ironage’; 
					Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force .  To Civil Air Transport as 571 or 12571.
					colors.  To MASDC Jun 25, 1966.  Declared excess May 6, 1968.  
				2572 (MSN 10530) to Civil Air Transport as 572.  To French AF in Vietnam.  To MASDC Sep 25, 1965. 
				2573	(MSN 10531) 50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Ironage’;; Loaned to and flown by 
					Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors
				2575 (MSN 10533) damaged in takeoff accident Feb 10, 1952 at Griffiss AFB, New York 
				2576 (MSN 10534) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2577 (MSN 10535) 50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; forced landing Clark AB, Philippines 
				27Jan54; 314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina 
				in French Air Force colors
				2578 (MSN 10536) to MASDC Aug 24, 1965. 
				2579 (MSN 10537) to MASDC Oct 23, 1965
				2580 (MSN 10538) to MASDC May 13, 1966 
				2581 (MSN 10539) 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in 
					French Indochina in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXE; returned to USAF 
					at Clark AB, Philippines 24Jul53; Loaned to and flown by Civil Air Transport (CAT) in 
					French Indochina in French Air Force colors; Project ‘Squaw II’ 12Mar54 to May54; 61st Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; Damaged by weather while parked at Ashiya, Japan 
					26Sep54; 706th Troop Carrier Squadron, 926th Troop Carrier Group; TO MASDC 21Aug65; reclaimed 21Jun66
 				2582 (MSN 10540) to Kaiser-Frazer as pattern aircraft designated
					as EC-119C.  Later reverted to C-119C.  To MASDC Dec 11, 1965
				2583 (MSN 10541) 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air 
					in French Indochina in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXF.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines Jul 8, 1953.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1965
				2584 (MSN 10542) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
51-2585			Fairchild YC-119H-FA Skyvan
				MSN 10574 - Modified from C-119C.  First flight as YC-119H May 27, 1952.  Enjoyed "exempt" status 1953/4
					as EYC-119, thereafter reverting to YC-119H
51-2586			Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10575 - Modified from C-119C.  Often referred to YC-119F but aircraft
					record card shows designation to be C-119F.  Converted
					to C-119G 1955-57, became JC-119G, later reverting to C-119G.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969.
51-2587/2617		Fairchild C-119C-25-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10576/10606.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2587 (MSN 10576) to MASDC Dec 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2588 (MSN 10577) to MASDC Feb 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2589 (MSN 10578) to MASDC Feb 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2590 (MSN 10579) w/o Nov 17, 1952 in crash 12 mi NW of Billings, Montana 
				2591 (MSN 10580) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2592 (MSN 10581) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2593 (MSN 10582) to MASDC Jan 28, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2594 (MSN 10583) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2595 (MSN 10584) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2596 (MSN 10585) to MASDC Feb 25, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2597 (MSN 10586) to MASDC Oct 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2598 (MSN 10587) to MASDC May 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21,1969
				2599 (MSN 10588) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2600 (MSN 10589) to MASDC Feb 26, 1966.  Declared exceded Jan 21, 1969
				2601 (MSN 10590) to MASDC Jan 22, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 3, 1969
				2602 (MSN 10591) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2603 (MSN 10592) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2604 (MSN 10593) to MASDC Jul 17 1966.  Declared excess Jul 17, 1966
				2605 (MSN 10594) to MASDC Jan 22, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 3, 1969.
					To civil registry as N9966F
				2606 (MSN 10595) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2607 (MSN 10596) to MASDC Jan 28, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2608 (MSN 10597) to MASDC Mar 27, 1969.  Declared excess Apr 9, 1969.
					To civil registry as N9959F
				2609 (MSN 10598) damaged in takeoff accident Dec 24, 1952 at Griffiss AFB, NY
				2610 (MSN 10599) to MASDC Mar 27, 1969.  Declared excess Apr 9, 1969.
					To civil registry as N9961F
				2611 (MSN 10600) loaned to Royal Aircraft Establishment at
					Farnborough, England from Apr 23, 1953 to Sep 18, 1956.
					Returned to 465th TCW at Evreux, France.  
					Crashed near Scranton, PA Jan 8, 1966 when engine failed.
					One crew member bailed out, other 2 were not able to get
					out in time.  One on ground killed.
				2612 (MSN 10601) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2613 (MSN 10602) to MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2614 (MSN 10603) to MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2615 (MSN 10604) to MASDC Jun 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2616 (MSN 10605) was preserved at Bradley Air Museum, CT.  No longer there.
				2617 (MSN 10606) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
51-2618/2661		Fairchild C-119C-26-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10607/10650.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2618 (MSN 10607) to civil registry as N9960F
				2619 (MSN 10608) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2620 (MSN 10609) to MASDC Jul 30,1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2621 (MSN 10610, 317th TCW) structural failure and crashed at
					Choisy-le-Roi, France Nov 27, 1953.
				2622 (MSN 10611) to MASDC Jan 21, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2623 (MSN 10612) to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2625 (MSN 10614) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2626 (MSN 10615) to MASDC Apr 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2627 (MSN 10616) to MASDC Mar 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2628 (MSN 10617) to MASDC Mar 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2629 (MSN 10618) to MASDC Mar 11, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2630 (MSN 10619) to MASDC Nov 16, 1964. 
				2631 (MSN 10620) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2632 (MSN 10621) to MASDC Jun 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2633 (MSN 10622) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2634 (MSN 10623) to MASDC Dec 28, 1965.
				2635 (MSN 10624) w/o Feb 9, 1953    Undershot landing at Greenville-Donaldson AFB, SC  
				2636 (MSN 10625) to MASDC Mar 13, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2637 (MSN 10626) to MASDC May 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2638 (MSN 10627) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2639 (MSN 10628) with 67th TCS, 433rd TCW crashed during landing 6 mi outside 
					Fort Campbell, KY Jan 15, 1961 on flight from Kelly AFB, KY.  All 5 onboard killed.
				2641 (MSN 10630) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2642 (MSN 10631) to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  Declared exces Jan 21, 1969
				2643 (MSN 10632) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2644 (MSN 10633) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2645 (MSN 10634, 465th TCW) engine failed and crashed near Moulins, France Apr 18, 1955.
				2646 (MSN 10635) to MASDC Aug 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2647 (MSN 10636) to MASDC Aug 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2648 (MSN 10637, 465th TCW, 781st TCS) crashed at Ghisonaccia, Corsiaca
					Apr 18, 1955 due to fuel mismanagement on the part of the crew. 
					The four crewmen survived.
				2649 (MSN 10638) to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2650 (MSN 10639) to MASDC May 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2651 (MSN 10640) to MASDC Nov 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2652 (MSN 10641) To USAF, May 23, 1953 to 781st Troop Carrier Squadron (TCS), 465th TCW at Toul AB, 
					France then May 23 1955 to Evreux, AB France. Next July 8, 1957 to 757th TCS, 910 TCG (Medium) at 
					Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, (ex Vienna Air Reserve Station). To MASDC Jul 30, 1965. 
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1969.
				2653 (MSN 10642, 465th TCW) crashed when landed short of runway at
					Chateauroux, France Feb 12, 1956. Salvaged
				2654 (MSN 10643) to MASDC Feb 25, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2655 (MSN 10644) to MASDC Aug 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2656 (MSN 10645) to MASDC Apr 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2657 (MSN 10646) to MASDC Feb 17, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2658 (MSN 10647) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2660 (MSN 10649) to MASDC Nov 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2661 (MSN 10650) to MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
51-2662/2667		Fairchild C-119C-26-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10651/10656.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2662 (MSN 10651) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ357 Sep 4, 1970.
				2663 (MSN 10652) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ358 Sep 4, 1970
				2664 (MSN 10653) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ359 Sep 4, 1970
				2665 (MSN 10654) w/o Apr  1, 1955    Loss of control & cr 2 miles E of Lapine, Al.    6 on board bailed out.
				2666 (MSN 10655) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ288 Dec 9, 1974.
				2667 (MSN 10656) converted to C-119G.  Crashed Dec 14, 1968 shortly after takeoff from Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.
					8 were onboard.  Wreckage found near El Yunque on mountain peak 23 mi SE of San Juan.
51-2668/2686		Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10657/10675.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2668 (MSN 10657) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ369 Nov 28, 1970
				2669 (MSN 10658) converted to C-119G.  Transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF 1969 or 1970 as 3208.
				2670 (MSN 10659) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ336 Dec 6, 1969
				2671 (MSN 10660) converted to C-119G.  Transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				2672 (MSN 10661) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ309 Sep 5, 1969
				2673 (MSN 10662) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ272 Nov 7, 1968
				2674 (MSN 10663) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ349 Jul 23, 1970
				2675 (MSN 10664) converted to C-119G.  Was preserved at Pate Museum of Transportation, Fort Worth, TX.  This 
					museum closed in 2009.  Moved to Hood County US Vets Museum, Granbury, Texas.
				2676 (MSN 10665) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ326 Nov 30, 1969
				2677 (MSN 10666) converted to C-119G.  To Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				2678 (MSN 10667) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ328 Nov 30, 1969
				2679 (MSN 10668) attached to 37TCS/316TCG at Sewart AFB, TN, W/o Mar 30, 1954 during a take-off accident due to an 
					engine failure at Fort Bragg, NC when it careens into a US Army mess hall and explodes after crash-landing 
					in a parade field, killing five aboard the plane and two inside the building.
				2680 (MSN 10669) converted to C-119G.  Disappeared off Bahamas while on flight from Homestead AFB, FL to
					Gran Turk Island Apt Jun 5, 1965.  9 crew lost.
				2681 (MSN 10670) converted to C-119G.  To Chinese Nationalist AF in
					Nov 1970.
				2682 (MSN 10671) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ271 Nov 7, 1968
				2683 (MSN 10672) converted to C-119G.  To Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969.
				2684 (MSN 10673) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ362 Sep 11, 1970
				2685 (MSN 10674) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ351 Jul 28, 1970
				2686 (MSN 10675) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ270 Nov 7, 1968.
					Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
51-2687/2689		Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10676/10678
				Transferred to Canada as 22101/22103
					22101 (MSN 10676) 9/52: Accepted by the USAF for delivery to the RCAF.  9/8/52: TOS RCAF as 22101. 
						Assigned to No. 435 Squadron. Converted to C-119G standards ca 1954.  Unknown date: No. 436 Squadron.  
						5/6/67: SOC, transferred to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation. 
						5/71: Aircraft International Associates, Omaha NE with c/r N15505. Placed in open storage at Lincoln, NE.
						To Hawkins and Powers in 1976 as N15505, used as parts source
						9/95: Don F. Pratt Museum, Ft. Campbell, KY.  Obtained for use in restoration of 131679. 
						4/10/98: Unknown owner, Washington, DC — assumed to be government entity. 
						Ca.2011: restored for static display at Campbell Army Air Field. 
						In 2006 this aircraft was reported up for auction.  The plane was recently resored and displayed
						at the Hawkins and Powers airfield.  It is not the plane on display at Fort Campbell.
					22102 (MSN 10677) converted to C-119G.  Fate unknown
					22103 (MSN 10678) /52: Accepted by the USAF for delivery to the RCAF.  TOS RCAF as 22103. 
						By 4/53: No. 436 Squadron, Edmonton, Alberta. 
						Ca.1954: Converted to C-119G standards. 
						1955: No.436 Squadron moved to Montreal. 
						12/56: No.114 Communications Flight, Capodichino, Italy. 
						2/58: Flew between Italy and Abu Suweir and El Arish in support of U.N. forces in Egypt. 
						1958: No. 4 Operational Training Unit, RCAF Trenton. 
						Ca.1959: No 436 Squadron. 
						Ca.1965: SOC. To Crown Assets Disposal Corporation. 
						1/8/76: Hawkins & Powers, Greybull, WY, with c/r N8092. Operated as Tanker #140. 
						1979: WFU. Stored derelict. 
						1989:  Declared as a wreck. 
						By 6/92: Ferried to National Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY
						Preserved at National Warplane Museum, NY, awaiting disposal.
				The USAF serials 51-2688 and 2689 were not actually taken up.
51-2690/2717		Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10679/10705,10759.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2708,2712/2714 converted to C-119G
				2690 (MSN 10679) to Belgium as CP17 Nov 27, 1953 with radio call sign OT-CAQ Nov 1953.  Returned to USAF
					Sep  12, 1955.  Initially used by 7373rd ABW at Chateauroux AB, France, presumably to train Belgian crews.  
					Purchased by Belgian government May 21, 1959.  Converted to C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-1 but not accepted and returned to USAF at Chateauroux.  Moved to Brussels
					for storage and transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP17 with radio call sign OT-CAQ.
					To storage at Koksijde Ju l2, 1973 and scrapped there 1977-78.
				2691 (MSN 10680) to Belgium as CP18 with radio call sign OT-CAR.  Returned to SUAF Sep 12, 1955.  
					Initially used by 7373rd ABW at Chateauroux AB, France, presumably to train Belgian crews. Purchased
					by Belgian governmetn May 21, 1959.   Converted to C-119G by Sabena.
					Transferred to Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-2 but not accepted and returned
					to USAF at Chateauroux same year.  To Brussels for storage and
					transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP18 with radio call sign OT-CAR.  To storage at Koksijde
					Jul 9, 1973 and scrapped there 1977-78
				2692 (MSN 10681) to Belgium as CP1 with radio call sign OT-CAA.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.
					Converted to C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 12692/BW-C "Cappy".
					Returned to USAF in 1969.  To MASDC as CJ305 Jul 10, 1969
					Declare excess Dec 26, 1973.  Scrapped 1976
				2693 (MSN 10682) to Belgium as CP2 with radio call sign OT-CAB.  Retirmed to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  Converted to
					C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 12693/BW-B "Bamse".  Converted
					to C-119G.  Returned to USAF in 1969.  To MASDC as CJ303 May 7, 1969.  
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.  Scrapped 1976
				2694 (MSN 10683) to Belgian AF as CP3 with radio call sign OT-CAC.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955. Purchased
					Belgian government and converted to C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Spanish AF as 
					T.9-3 but not accepted and returned to USAF Chateauroux, France same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage 
					and transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP14, radio call sign OT-CAN.  Belly landed Aug 31, 1962, 
					but repaired by Sabena and returned to service Mar 11, 1968.  Damaged Nov 10, 1971 during ground towing 
					when nose collided with hangar door.  Planned as gate guard at Melsbroek but scrapped and SOC Mar 1974.
				2695 (MSN 10684) to Belgian AF Sep 25, 1952  as CP4, radio call sign OT-CAD.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  
					Converted to C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF in 1956 as 
					12695/BW-E "Elmer".  Crashed during landing on a snow-covered runway
					at Roros, Norway Dec 6, 1968.  Came in too low and left landing
					gear hit the ground 13 meters before the runway.  The left main
					gear collapsed and the aircraft slid down the runway and came
					to rest 10 meters outside the runway.  Noone was injured.  I have
					seen a photo of the wreck with the serial number on the tail.  Scrapped Dec 1968.  I have a 
					reference of it going back to the USAF (presumably after being repaired) and
					being stored at MASDC.   
				2696 (MSN 10685) to Belgian AF Oct 13, 1952 as CP5, radio call sign OT-CAE. Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.
					Purchased by Belgian government May 21, 1959.  Converted to C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-4 but not accepted 
					and returned to USAF at Chateauroux, France same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage and
					transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959, being researialled
					CP11, radio call sign OT-CAK.  SOC Jan 1975 and broken up Neuville, Belgium
				2697 (MSN 10686) to Belgian AF as CP6, radio call sign OT-CAF.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  Converted
					to C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 12697/BW-A "Anton".  Returned to USAF in 1969.  To MASDC 
					as CJ307 Jul 15, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974.  Scrapped 1976
				2698 (MSN 10687) to Belgian AF Oct 13, 1952 as CP7, radio call sign OT-CAG.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.
					Converted to C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 12698/BW-F "Fiimbedk".  Returned to USAF in 1969.  
					To MASDC as CJ302 May 4, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974.  Scrapped 1976
				2699 (MSN 10688) to Belgian AF as CP8 with radio call sign OT-CAH.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955. 
					Converted to C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 12699/BW-D "Donald".  Returned to USAF in 1969.  
					To MASDC as CJ304 May 27, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.  Scrapped 1976
				2700 (MSN 10689) to Belgian AF Oct 28, 1952 as CP9 radio call sign OT-CAI.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.
					Purchased by Belgian government May 21, 1959.
					Converted to C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and and 1957.  Transferred to Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-5 but 
					not accepted and returned to USAF at Chateauroux, France same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage and
					transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP9 with radio call sign OT-CAI. SOC Jan 1975. To Bat International
					of Equatorial Guinea as 3c-ABA in 1981 and flown bo Manston, UK Apr 9, 1981.  To civil 
					registry as G-BLSW with Aces High Dec 28, 1984.  Cancelled Oct 4, 1985.  Then to Consoladited Aviation
					entierpries as N2700 Oct 1985.  Flown to North Weald, UK (where Aces High has a base) Mar 1987 and
					cancelled Apr 18, 1991 Broken up North Weald, UK.  Cockpit section has been acquired by Wings Museum
					at Redhill Aerodrome, England
				2701 (MSN 10690) to Belgian Af as CP10, radio call sign OT-CAJ. Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955. 
					Purchased by Belgian government May 21, 1959.  Converted to C-119G 
					by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-6 but not accepted and returned to
					USAF at Chateauroux, France same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage and
					transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP10, radio call sign OT-CAJ.  SOC Jan 1975.
					Preserved at Melsbroek AB, Brussels, open area display, restricted access. 
				2702 (MSN 10691) to Belgian AF as CP11, radio call sign OT-CAK.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  Converted
					to C-119G by SABENA. To Royal Norwegian AF as 12702/BW-H "Hiawatha".  Returned to USAF in 1969.  
					To MASDC as CJ308 Jul 18, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.  Scrapped 1976
				2703 (MSN 10692) to Belgian AF as CP12 with radio call sign OT-CAL.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  
					Purchased by Belgian government May 21, 1959.  Converted to C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-7 but not accepted and returned to
					USAF at Chateauroux, France same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage
					and transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP12, radio call sign OT-CAL.  SOC Jan 1975.  Scrapped
					at Koksijde 1977-78.
				2704 (MSN 10693) to Belgian AF Oct 28. 1952 as CP13 with radio call sign OT-CAM.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.
					Purchased by Belgian government May 21, 1959   Converted to 
					C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Spanish AF 1956 as T.9-8 but not accepted and 
					returned to USAF at Chateauroux, France same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage and
					transferred back to Belgian AF as CP13 with radio call sign OT-CAM May 20, 1959.  To storage at Koksijde
					Jul 2, 1973.  Scrapped there 1977-78.
				2705 (MSN 10694) to Belgian AF as CP14, radio call sign OT-CAN.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  Converted to
					C-119G by Sabena.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 12705/BW-G "Goofy".  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as CJ306
					Jul 10, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974.  Scrapped 1976
				2706 (MSN 10695) to Belgium as CP15, radio call sign OT-CAO.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955, purchased by
					Belgian government May 21, 1959.  Converted to C-119G by Sabena between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-9 but not accepted and returned to USAF at Chateauroux, France.  Moved to 
					Brussels and transferred back to Belgian AF May 20, 1959 as CP15, radio call sign OT-CAO.  Stored at 
					Koksijde Jun 1, 1972, scrapped there 1977-78.
				2707 (MSN 10696) to Belgian AF as CP16, radio call sign OT-CAP.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955, purchased by 
					Belgian government May 21, 1959.  Converted to C-119G by Sabena.  Transferred to
					Spanish AF in 1956 as T.9-10 but not accepted and returned to USAF at Chateauroux, France
					same year.  Moved to Brussels for storage and transferred back to Belgian AF as CP16 with radio call
					sign OT-CAP May 20, 1959.  Stored at Koksijde Jul 2, 1973, scrapped there 1977-78.
				2708 (MSN 10697) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ266 Nov 4, 1968.  Declared
					excess Dec 9, 1974.
				2709 (MSN 10698) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Republic of China AF 
					in 1969 as 3125.  WFU
				2710 (MSN 10699) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3174
				2711 (MSN 10700) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 as 3162
				2712 (MSN 10701) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC
				2713 (MSN 10702) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ284 Feb 11, 1969
				2714 (MSN 10703) converted to C-119G.  To  as CJ0287 Feb 12, 1969
				2715 (MSN 10704) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. Transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				2716 (MSN 10705) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 as 3112.
51-2718/2849		North American F-86E-10-NA Sabre
				MSN 172-1/132
				2718 delivered to USAF Sep 1951
				2719 bailed back to North American Aviation for tests Jan 1952 and fitted with modified F-84F-style canopy.
					Returned to USAF Apr 1953
				2720
				2721 set closed-circuit speed record of 635.61 mph Aug 17, 1951.
				2722 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea May 31, 1952.  Credited
					with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea Sep 4, 1952. Shot down by MiGs near P-y-do,Korea 
					Sep 4, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and rescued.
				2723 w/o in Korea Jul 12, 1953
				2724 noted as being lost in Korea
				2725 damaged Aug 27, 1953 Landing-5 miles S of Edwards, Ca
				2726
				2727 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) suffered engine fire in Korea, pilot bailed out Dec 28, 1952.
				2728 (51st FIG) 
				2729 (51st FIG) Assigned to 16th FIS, Korea. Personal aircraft of Squadron Leader John Merrifield [Royal Air Force], 
					named "Heavenly Daze".  S/L Merrifield was detached to the USAF in Korea and became flight commander with the 
					16th FIS. Damaged several MiG-15s during his tour and was awarded the Air Medal by President Eisenhower
				2730 (51st FIG) damaged by AAA Dec 18, 1951, pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea, rescued.
				2731 (25th FIS, 51st FIG) w/o in takeoff accident in Korea Jul 26, 1953
				2732 (16th FIS, 51st FIG, then to 25th FIS, 51st FIG, then to 170th FIS of Illinois ANG)
				2733 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed short of runway in Korea Apr 5, 1952.
				2734 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) entered overcast over Korea and disappeared Nov 18, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				2735 (35th FW) w/o in Japan Aug 9, 1954
				2736 (40th FIS, then to 199th FIS of Hawaii ANG)
				2737 credited with shooting down three MiG-15s over Korea.  Scrapped at McClellan AFB in 1953 following 
					action in Korea
				2738 credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea
				2739 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 May 15, 1952. Pilot bailed out, rescued.
				2740
				2741 (60th FIS) w/o at George AFB, California Oct 3, 1951 ??
				2742 (51st FIG)
				2743 damaged 30 Apr 1953 K-13, Suwon, S Korea.  (104th FIS, Maryland ANG)
				2744 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed short of runway at Suwon AB, South Korea Jan 7, 1953.
				2745 w/o in Japan Jun 26, 1954
				2746 credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea.  Crashed near Cho-do Island after running
					out of fuel after combat with MiG-15 Nov 21, 1952
				2747 (336th FIS, 4th FIG, then to 35th FW)
				2748 (51st FIG)
				2749 (51st FIG) damaged by MiGs Dec 14, 1951, returned to base.
				2750
				2751 (191st FIS, Utah ANG)
				2752 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Feb 10, 1952.  Pilot George A. Davis posthumously
					awarded Medal of Honor.
				2753 shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 12, 1953.  Pilot Capt. Joseph McConnell bailed out over the Yellow
					Sea and was rescued by a USAF SH-19B helicopter from 3rd Air Rescue Group
				2754 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) flamed out near Cho-do, Korea Aug 8, 1952, pilot ejected safely and rescued by SA-16.
				2755 (51st FIG) damaged by MiG Apr 2, 1952.
				2756 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed in Korea during search and rescue mission Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				2757 (4th FIG, 33rth FIS) pilot bailed out after mechanical failure over Cho-do, Korea Jun 8, 1952, pilot rescued.
				2758 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 near Cho-do, Korea Nov 22, 1952, pilot bailed out and rescued.
				2759 2759     damaged 30 Jul 30, 1955 Landing-Collins AFB, MI.  (New Jersey ANG)
				2760 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 debris over Korea Apr 22, 1952.  Landed safely.
				2761 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 over Korea Mar 3, 1952.
				2762 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine exploded Jun 5, 1952, pilot bailed out over mouth of Yalu River, North Korea.  
					Pilot rescued by SA-16
				2763 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 debris Sep 4, 1952, pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea off Korea, rescued
				2764 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Sep 4, 1952.
				2765 (51st FIG, 25 FIS) could not jettison wing tank, lost during return to base in Korea May 15, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				2766 (4th FIG) damaged  Jul 30, 1954 grd accident-Johnson AFB, Japan
				2767 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) went into spin and wing came off during dogfight Aug 1, 1952. Pilot MIA 
					The wreckage of this plane showed up in a Russian archive photo, with the
					claim that this plane was shot down by a Russian fighter in the Korean War.
				2768 - lost to enemy action in Korea
				2769 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Jul 4, 1952, pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				2770 - lost to enemy action in Korea
				2771 w/o Sep 20, 1953 Fatal t/off accident-Nellis AFB, Nv
				2772 (335th FBS, 4th FBG, then to 60th FIS)
				2773 bailed to North American Aviation for tests.  Converted to JF-86E.  Returned to USAF Aug 1957.
					Salvaged Sep 1957
				2774 damaged Oct 16, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, Ca
				2775 (60th FIS) crashed near Barnes Field, Massachusetts after collision with F-86 50-654.  Pilot killed.
				2776 crashed near Wellfleet, Massachusetts Mar 17, 1952
				2777 w/o in Massachusetts Apr 20, 1952
				2778 w/o Oct 16, 1952 Korea due to engine fire
				2779 damaged Apr 25, 1952 Landing-Westover AFB, MA.  flew with Sabre Knights acrobatic team
				2780 damaged Oct 13, 1953 grd collision on t/off-Hamilton AFB, Ca
				2781 w/o in Florida Jun 18, 1952
				2782 (198th FIS, Puerto Rico ANG) crashed near San Juan, Puerto Rico Jan 18, 1959
				2783
				2784
				2785 W/o in Japan Dec 2, 1954.
				2786 (51st FIG, 51st FIW) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea May 1, 1952.  Pilot escaped and evaded for 30 days.
				2787 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 21, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				2788 (16th FIS, 51st FIG) credited with shooting down 16 MiG-15s over Korea
				2789 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by ground fire over Korea May 13, 1952.  Pilot Walker Mahurin POW.  Wreck
					recovered by Soviets and taken back to Russia for evaluation.
				2790 (25th FIS, 51st FIG)
				2791 (336th FIS, 4th FIG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea May 16, 1953.  (25th FIS, 51st FIG)
					credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Jun 29, 1953.
				2792 - lost to enemy action in Korea Jun 1, 1952
				2793 (25th FIS, 51st FIG, then to 35th FW)
				2794 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Aug 4, 1952.  Damaged by MiGs Aug 31, 1952.
					Credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea Oct 9, 1952.  To 4th FIG, 334th FIS.  Credited
					with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Mar 29, 1953.
				2795 (16th FIS, 51st FIG, then to 199th FIS, Hawaii ANG)
				2796 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s Jan 26, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				2797 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s Jul 16, 1952 Jul 16, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				2798 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) operational loss in Korea Oct 16, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				2799 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) damaged Sep 16, 1954 Mechanical Failure-Johnson AFB, Japan
				2800 credited with shooting down 8 MiG-15s over Korea in 1952.  W/o in Korea Dec 13, 1952.
				2801 (51st FIG, 165h FIS) damaged by MiG-15 Sep 4, 1952, pilot bailed out near Port Arthur, China.  Pilot returned
					from PRC in 1955.
				2802 (334th FIS, 4th FIG)
				2803 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  Pilot
					Lonnie Moore forced to eject over Yellow Sea Apr 30, 1953 after engine stall following cannon firing.
					He was rescued by helicopter.
				2804 (144th FIS, Alaska ANG) w/o in Virginia Apr 25, 1952
				2805 damaged Dec 16, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, CA.  (144th FIS, Alaska ANG, then to 191St FIS, Utah ANG Mar 1958)
				2806 (325th FIS) crashed in Ontario, Canada Sep 16, 1955.
				2807 damaged Aug 19, 1953 Mid air with F-84  51-10116 at Yuma Gunnery Range, AZ.  (144th FIS, Alaska ANG)
				2808 (144th FIS, Alaska ANG) w/o at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska Feb 17, 1957
				2809 crashed near Castoron, Ohio Apr 9, 1953
				2810 (144th FIS, Alaska ANG) crashed near Fort Richardson, Alaska
				2811 damaged May 26, 1953 Structural Failure-WPAFB, Oh
				2812 crashed near Fairborn, Ohio Sep 15, 1952
				2813
				2814 w/o in Illinois Jul 20, 1952
				2815
				2816 damaged Nov 30, 1954 Landing-Yokota AFB, Japan.
					(16th FIS, 51st FIG, later to 35th FW)
				2817 (144th FIS, Alaska ANG) w/o at Galena AFS, Alaska Mar 22, 1957
				2818 (25th FIS, 51st FIG)
				2819 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 
					20-mm cannon armament.  Used by the Minute Men, the ANG's
					official demonstration team.  Taken to MASDC, fate unknown.
				2820 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s Sep 14, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				2821 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down MiG-15, suffered fuel starvation, pilot Frederick Blesse
					bailed out over Yellow Sea Oct 3, 1952.  Rescued by SAR forces.
					I have a database which lists this one as possibly being on display at Addison, TX Museum, but this
					plane is actually a Canadian-built Sabre with the number 2821 painted on it.
				2822 (336th FIS, 4th FIG, later to 35th FW)
				2823 (198th FIS, Puerto Rico ANG)
				2824 lost to enemy action Jul 20, 1953.  This plane was credited with 13 kills over Korea,
					most from Maj. Robinson Risner and at least one from Maj.
					Stephen Bettinger who was flying it when it was lost.
				2825 (25th FIS, 51st FIG)
				2826 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  Flew with Minute Men
					acrobatic team.  Was preserved in Caspar, Wyoming, then was proserved in Paris, Texas.  Was on 
					display at Merle H. Maine Warbirds Collection at Ontario MAP, Ontario, Oregon.  Currently preserved
					at Boise Idaho Military History Museum, Gowan Field, Boise, Idaho
				2827 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s Mar 9, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				2828 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) MIA over Korea Jul 20, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				2829 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashed into mountain in Korea in bad weather Nov 6, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				2830
				2831 at Warner Robins Air Logistic Center Museum, Georgia.
				2832 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea May 13, 1953.  Credited with
					shooting down MiG-15 over Korea May 14, 1953.  Shot down by ground fire Jun 16, 1953, pilot bailed out, POW.
				2833 converted to F-86F-2.  (51st FIG, 25th FIS) flamed out and crashed in Korea May 16, 1953, pilot bailed out
				2834 (335th FIS, 4th FIG) credited with shooting down 8 MiG-15s over Korea
				2835
				2836 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament. Credited with shooting
					down MiG-15 over Korea Apr 12, 1953.  Shot down by MiG-15 with 4th FIG, 336th FIS) Jul 20, 1953, pilot 
					ejected and became POW.
				2837
				2838 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) MIA over Korea Jun 6, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				2839 listed as being w/o in Korea May 23, 1952 but may have been repaired and sent to USAF Test Pilot School
				2840 damaged Aug 26, 1954 Engine failure/fire-17 miles N of Yokota AFB, Japan
				2841 on display at 154th Wing, Hawaii ANG, Hickam AFB, HI for almost 50 years.  Now located at Pacific Aviation
					Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Painted to represent F-86E 51-2832 which was shot down in Korea Jun 16, 1953.
				2842 (325th FIS) crashed near Mount Clemons, Michigan Apr 28, 1955
				2843 (107th FIS, Michigan ANG)
				2844
				2845 (42nd FIS, then to 62nd FIS, 56th FG)
				2846 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG debris Jan 21, 1953.  Damaged Sep 10, 1953 taxi grd collision with 51-2782 
					at WPAFB, OH.  To 97th FIS, then to 42nd FIs, then to 104th FIS,
					Maryland ANG
				2847 w/o in Alaska Sep 23, 1955
				2848 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB  To N10186.
				2849 (25th FIS, 51st FIG) hit by ground fire over North Korea Nov 21, 1952.  Pilot ejected over Yellow Sea
					and was rescued by USAF H-19 helicopter.  2849(?) is on display at Van Nuys Apt (CA).  By 1990 was 
					registered as NX86F
51-2850/2927		North American F-86F-1-NA Sabre
				172-133/210
				2850 first flight Mar 19, 1952.  W/o in Wisconsin with 51st FIG Oct 14, 1952
				2851 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2852 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 Apr 7, 1953.  Pilot Harold Fischer POW.
				2853 damaged Dec 19, 1954 Landing-Komaki AFB, Japan.  Transferred to Republic of China AF as F86090
				2854 w/o in Ohio Jul 4, 1952
				2855 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  To 120th FIS,
					Colorado ANG and flew with Minute Men acrobatic team
				2856 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2857 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) credited with shooting down six MiG-15s over Korea.  Transferred to 
					Republic of China AF as F86123.
				2858 (334th FIS, 4th FIG)  w/o Dec 24,  1952 Korea
				2859 w/o in Korea Nov 7, 1952
				2860 transferred to Republic of China AF as F-86013
				2861 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  Pilot Murray
					Winslow (4th FIG, 335th FIS) forced to eject over ocean off Ch'o-do Island, Korea Jan 25, 1953 
					following engine stall after firing cannon at MiG-15
				2862 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2863 w/o in Ohio Jul 4, 1952
				2864 (39th FIS, 51st FIG) w/o in Japan Jun 17, 1955
				2865 (16th FIS, 51st FIG) w/o in Japan Jun 17, 1955
				2866 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Aug 22, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				2867 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament. Credited with shooting
					down MiG-15 over Korea Mar 29, 1953
				2868 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  To 120th FIS of
					Colorado ANG.  Flew with Minute Men acrobatic team.  Damaged Jun 3, 1955 Landing-Clovis AFB, Nm
				2869 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2870 (4th FIS) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Dec 18, 1952.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
				2871 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86079
				2872 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2873 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2874 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2875 w/o in Korea Oct 11, 1952
				2876
				2877 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2878 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2879 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2880 w/o in Arizona Aug 27, 1952
				2881 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2882
				2883 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2884 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  To 120th FIS of Colorado
					ANG.  Flew with Minute Men acrobatic team.  Given civil registration of N57966.  Was preserved at
					Everett, Washington.  I have this one is being on display at Buckley ANGB, Aurora, Colorado.  Noted there in 1995, 
					and again Oct 2005.
				2885 (35th FIW)
				2886 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2887 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2888 w/o Sep 5, 1953 Out of fuel-cr landed-Obihiro, Japan
				2889
				2890 converted to F-86F-2 under Projec Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  To 51st FIG, 16th FIS.
					W/o in Korea May 23, 1955
				2891 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86113
				2892 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2893 transferred to Republic of China AF as F-86001
				2894 (MSN 172-177) transferred to Republic of China AF as F86098.  Reported Mar 20, 2008 to be at Republic of China AF
					Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum, Taipe, marked as 55065.
				2895 transferred to Republic of China AF as F-86081.  Sold to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-190.
				2896 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2897 (39th FIS, 51st FKW) decorated with a dragon on port side after the pilot
					shot down a MiG-15 with a large dragon painted on it side.  Starboard
					side had artwork with "Bill's Baby" and "Miss Jenny" on it.  Eventually
					credited with 2 MiG kills.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
				2898 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2899 transferred to Republic of China AF as F-860002
				2900 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament. To 120th FIS of Colorado ANG.
					Flew with Minute Men acrobatic team.  Crashed at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio Jun 7, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				2901 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86078
				2902 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) crashed on landing (engine failed) at(K-13) Suwon Air Base South Korea October 24, 1952
					Pilot was injured and survived.
				2903 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) w/o in Korea Dec 5, 1952.
				2904 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2905 (51st FIG) damaged by MiG-15s over Korea.  Later transferred to Republic of China AF
				2906 (39th FIS, 51st FIG) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Dec 5, 1952.
				2907 transferred to Royal Thai AF in 1960?
				2908 w/o in Korea Aug 12, 1952
				2909 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 Sep 16, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				2910 (39th FIS, 51st FIG) flown by Capt Joseph McConnell while in USAF
					service and scored 5 kills.  Transferred to Republic of China AF.  Written off while in CNAF service.
				2911 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 after downing 2 others Sep 28, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was
					rescued.
				2912 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2913 w/o in Japan Nov 8, 1954
				2914 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2915 w/o in Arizona Nov 14, 1952
				2916 converted as F-86F-3 to test Oerlikon 20-mm cannon armament.  Redesignated JF-86F in 1957.
					To MASDC in 1958 and salvaged.
				2917 w/o in Japan Jan 18, 1955
				2918 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2919 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86082
				2920
				2921 crashed near San Rafael, California Sep 30, 1952
				2922 w/o in Japan Jun 13, 1953
				2923 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) may have been downed by friendly fire Jun 15, 1953. Pilot rescued.
				2924 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2925 damaged May 8, 1953 Mid air with 51-2922-15 miles N of Chitose AFB, Japan
				2926 converted as F-86F-3 to test Oerlikon 20-mm cannon armament.  Redesignated JF-86F in 1957.
					W/o at Cannon AFB, New Mexico Jan 25, 1958
				2927 transferred to Republic of China AF
51-2928/2943		North American F-86F-5-NA Sabre
				MSN 172-211/226
				2928 delivered to USAF Jun 1952
				2929 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) w/o in Japan Jun 22, 1953
				2930 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86109
				2931 delivered to USAF Jun 1952
				2932 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2933 damaged Mar 1, 1953 Fatal t/off accident-K-8, S Koreato 25th FIS, 51st FIG, then to 39th FIS.  
					W/o Jun 7, 1954 Mid air with 52-4231-Zigsan, Korea-Pilot bailed out
				2934 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2935 w/o in Korea Mar 22, 1953
				2936 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) w/o in accident in Korea Feb 23, 1953
				2937 transferred to Republic of China AF
				2938 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed after internal explosion Jun 11, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				2939 w/o in Korea Dec 4, 1953.
				2940/2943 transferred to Republic of China AF
51-2944/3131		North American F-86D-20-NA Sabre 
				MSN 177-1/188.  Most converted to F-86L.
				2944 damaged Jul 28,  1953 Landing-Westover AFB, Ma
				2945 damaged Oct 29, 1953 grd collision with RB-26c 44-35942 at K-14, Kimpo, Korea
				2946  w/o Mar 6, 1953 Engine fail/fire & cr landed 7 miles NW of Sherman, TX
				2947  damaged Apr 26, 1954 Mechanical Failure-40 miles S of Perrin AFB, TX
				2950 on display at Dixon, CA
				2951 w/o Feb 16, 1954 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Perrin AFB, TX
				2952  damaged Jul 23, 1953 Out of fuel & cr landing-1 mile W of Perrin AFB, TX
				2953 damaged Jun 27, 1953 T/off accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
				2954 damaged Dec 9, 1953 Mechanical Failure-40 miles NE of Perrin AFB, TX
				2955 damaged Mar 1, 1954 Mechanical Failure-Perrin AFB, TX
				2956 damaged Apr 12, 1955 Out of fuel & cr landing-Winnsboro, La
				2959  w/o Feb 12, 1954 Out of fuel & cr landing-2 miles S of Perrin AFB, TX
				2960 damaged May 13, 1954 Landing-O’Hare Intl A/p, Chicago, IL
				2962 w/o ?? Jun 4, 1954 in ground accident at McChord AFB, WA
				2964 to MASDC
				2965 damaged Jun 26, 1953 Mechanical Failure-Perrin AFB, TX.  Transferred to Republic of China AF as F86194
				2966  w/o May 25, 1953 Fatal t/off accident-2 miles SSE of Perrin AFB, Tx
				2967 damaged Aug 26, 1953 Structural Failure-Perrin AFB, Tx
				2968 (F-86L) on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California
				2970 damaged Nov  23, 1953 t/off accident-Sioux City AFB, IA
				2973 to MASDC
				2975 w/o Sep 21, 1955 Engine fail/fire-9 miles N of Frisco, TX   Pilot bailed out
				2976  damaged Nov 18, 1954 t/off accident-McGuire AFB, NJ
				2980  damaged 25 Aug 1954 Structural Failure nr Yuma, Az ??
				2984 to MASDC Apr 21, 1964
				2986 (F-86L) on display at Islip, NY
				2987 w/o Feb 12, 1954 Grouse Mountain, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Pilot killed.
				2989 to MASDC
				2990 w/o Oct 31, 1953 Engine fail/fire-3 miles W of Paine AFB, WA.   Pilot bailed out
				2991 was on display at Waco, TX.  Is it still there?
				2993 Ca.1952: TOS USAF as F-86D.
					Ca.1956: Converted to F-86L by North American Aviation.
					Ca.1956: 520th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 530th Air Defense Group, Geiger Field, WA.
					Unknown date: City of Birmingham, AL. Displayed in the city.
					By 8/81: USS Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
					9/04: Damaged by Hurricane Ivan while in hangar.
					10/12: Still unrestored.
					By 4/18: Partially restored.
				2998 on display at Blythe, CA
				2999 damaged Sep 14, 1954 Out of fuel & force landing-Scott AFB, IL
				3001 to MASDC
				3002 damaged Aug 3, 1954 Mechanical failure-30 miles E of Kirtland AFB, NM  
				3012 on display at Auburn, CA
				3019 damaged Nov 7, 1955 Landing-Perrin AFB, TX
				3024 on display at Astoria, OR
				3026 damaged Jun 10, 1954 Landing-Scott AFB, IL
				3029 (85th FIS) crashed Oct 22, 1953 after takeoff from Scott AFB, IL.  Pilot killed.
				3043 w/o  Jul 15, 1954 Engine fail/fire-15 miles N of Youngstown Munc A/p, OH.  Pilot bailed out
				3044  w/o Dec 9, 1953 Landing-Geiger AFB, WA
				3048 on display at Tiffin, OH
				3049 w/o  May 20, 1954 ‘Explosion’  5 miles E of Fort Worth, TX.   Pilot bailed out
				3053 w/o Nov 9, 1959 in crash w mi W of Albany, Oklahoma in midair collision with 51-5875
				3055 w/o May 21, 1954 Engine fail/fire-8 miles WNW of Sherman, TX.   Pilot bailed out
				3057 w/o  Nov 1, 1955 ‘Explosion’ 60 miles E of Tyndall AFB, FL.   Pilot bailed out
				3058 damaged Mar 19, 1954 Landing-Perrin AFB, TX
				3059 damaged Jun 22, 1954 t/off accident-Perrin AFB, TX
				3061 w/o Jul 27, 1954 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Howe, TX
				3063 w/o Feb 18, 1954 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-11 miles E of Panama City, FL
				3064 (F-86L) on display at Hampton Roads Air Park, VA.
				3065 damaged Aug 31, 1953 Engine fail/fire-10 miles NE of Westover AFB, MA
				3066  damaged Jul 10, 1953 Structural failure-2 miles W of WPAFB, OH
				3067 to MASDC
				3068 damaged Jun 9, 1955 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
				3071 w/o Oct 4, 1954 Engine fail/fire-7 miles SSE of Ardmore AFB, OK.  Pilot bailed out
				3074 damaged Nov 8, 1954 grd accident-Paine AFB, WA
				3076  damaged Apr 9, 1954 Landing-Kirtland AFB, NM
				3083  damaged Apr 14, 1954 grd fire-Geiger AFB, WA

				3090 damaged Jul 27, 1953 t/off accident-Andrews AFB, Md
				3091 w/o May 10, 1954 Mechanical failure-1 mile W of Mattituck, NY.    Pilot bailed out
				3092 damaged Oct 17, 1953 Landing-McChord AFB, WA
				3107 w/o 19 Mar 19, 1954 Engine fail/fire-18 miles SW of Perrin AFB, TX   Pilot bailed out
				3116 on display at Waco, TX.  Is it still there?
				3123 w/o Dec 9, 1953 Fatal grd collision-Sandpoint, ID
				3127 damaged Feb 3, 1954 Landing-McChord AFB, WA
51-3132/3462		Cancelled contract
51-3463/3796		North American T-28A-NA Trojan
				North American Model NA-174.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Numerous ex-USAF T-28As were refurbished and modified with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engines by Sud Aviation
					at St. Nazaire, France from 1959, and named Fennec (Desert Fox) for use in counterinsurgency war in Algeria.
				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 numbers 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
					numbers 132 to 311
				AT-28D-5 was T-28D-5 converted in 1975. The only difference with T-28D-5 was additional radio equipment.
					Sequence numbers 001 to 050.
				3463 (MSN 174-1) Delivered to USAF 31Oct51 at Norton AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Apr60. Departed 6Oct64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 108.  SOC 17Feb65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3463/0-13463. 
					To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 17, 1965 as 51-3463/0-13463. Accident 3Sep65; repaired. WFU 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos, back to Royal Lao AF Feb 1973.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-3463/0-13463.  Disposal approved May 27, 1976
				3464 (MSN 174-2) Delivered to USAF 7Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 20Jun60. SOC 14Oct60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				3465 (MSN 174-3) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 10Sep59. Departed 14Oct64 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Returned to USAF 30Aug60
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 12Mar65.  Converted to T-28D, line number 113
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force 22Mar65 as 51-3465/0-13465. 
				3466 (MSN 174-4) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 21Mar60. Departed 25May65
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 4Sep65.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
				3467 (MSN 174-5) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Sep59. SOC 16Oct64 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Returned to USAF 30Aug60
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 12Mar65.  Converted to T-28D, line number 114
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3467/0-13467. Accident 30Jun66; repaired. Destroyed in Laos 25May68
				3468 (MSN 174-6) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 16May60. Departed 24May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 155
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Nov65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 51-3468/0-13468. W/o 12Mar66
				3469 (MSN 174-7) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 8Apr60. Departed 6Oct64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 112
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force 22Mar65 as 51-3469/0-13469. W/o 24Jul66
				3470 (MSN 174-8) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 18Jul60. Departed 6Oct64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 109
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force 4Mar65 as 51-3470/0-13470. W/o 11Oct66
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
				3471 (MSN 174-9) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 19Apr60. Departed 10Nov64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 127
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25May65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-3471/0-13471
				3472 (MSN 174-10) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Jun60. Departed 8Oct64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 110
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force 4Mar65 as 51-3472/0-13472. W/o 9Mar66
				3473 (MSN 174-11)  Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL.  Written off 30Jul56
				3474 (MSN 174-12) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 16Mar60. Departed 30Mar65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 133
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Aug65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-53/08 ?
				3475 (MSN 174-13) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Forced landing 13Nov52 due to engine failure 6 miles N of Nashville, GA
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 28Mar65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 132
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Aug65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-54/08 ?
				3476 (MSN 174-14) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 9May60. Departed 16May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 151
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Oct65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 51-3476/0-13476. W/o 25Nov72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				3477 (MSN 174-15) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 4Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 136
					Assigned to 605th Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Back to MASDC May 5, 1970.  Departed May 9, 1970
					and assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16Jul70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-92/13 in Aug 1970.  W/o Apr 7, 1977
				3478 (MSN 174-16) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3545th Pilot Training Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX
					Crash landing 16Sep54 due to engine failure 2 miles N of Eula, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC 16Mar59. SOC 29Oct64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Returned to USAF 30Aug60
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 120
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3478/0-13478. W/o Jan67
				3479 (MSN 174-17) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Damaged 7Dec53 due to structural failure at Craig AFB, AL
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Apr57. Reclaimed 23Sep57  
					Registered N7643C; cancelled Jun60.   Registered CF-IWJ; cancelled.  Registered N4779G; reregistered
					Registered N499KB 25May68; reregistered.  Registered N699 Jan73; revoked 2Oct74.  Registered N699 18Nov77; current [Nov15]
				3480 (MSN 174-18) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 20Jul60. Departed 12May65
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL 7Oct65
					Assigned to 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL 5Apr67
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 148
					Assigned to England AFB, LA.  Assigned to 1st Special Operations Wing, Eglin AFB, FL 19Mar69
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 14Jul73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-3480/0-13480
					Assigned to Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing, Nam Phong RTAFB, Thailand for training Khmer pilots
					Escaped to Thailand 1975. To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-116/18 Oct 1975.   
					Preserved and on display at RTAF Udon Thani, Thailand
				3481 (MSN 174-19) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Damaged 7Dec53 due to structural failure at Craig AFB, AL
					Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Forced landing 29Dec52 due to engine failure 3 miles SE of Centerville, OH
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 19Apr60. Departed 30Mar65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 134
					Assigned to 605th Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Back to MASDC May 4, 1970.  Departed May 9, 1970 and
					sent to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16Jul70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-93/13
				3482 (MSN 174-20) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 31Mar53 due to engine failure 11 miles NW of Garden City, TX
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 19Sep53 when landed short at Vance AFB, OK
					Mid air collision 24Oct53 with T-28 51-3504 whilst practising formation flying 3 miles NE of Arkansas City, AR. 
					The crew bailed out and the aircraft crashed into the Mississippi River 3 miles NE of Arkansas City, AR.
				3483 (MSN 174-21) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 24Jun53 due to engine failure 3 miles NE of Eudora, AR
				3484 (MSN 174-22) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 18Mar53 with T-28 51-3558 6 miles NNW of College Station, TX. The crew bailed out [1 killed]
				3485 (MSN 174-23) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Damaged 1Apr54 in a collision on the ground
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 5Apr57. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
					Registered N7640C Sep 23, 1957; revoked 14Jan77.  Returned to USAF 1968
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 309
					To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Jan70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1970 as 51-3485/0-13485. W/o 2May71
				3486 (MSN 174-24) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Accident 27Nov53 during takeoff at Craig AFB, AL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 4Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 135.  Back to MASDC May 4, 1970
					Departed May 9, 1970 and sent to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-94/13 Aug 1970. Collided with 49-1564 and w/o Apr 7, 1975
				3487 (MSN 174-25) Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 21Jun60. SOC 10Oct60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3488 (MSN 174-26) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 40
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3488
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMO.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Apr63 to Mar64
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0547
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-104; re-coded 1-A-253. Wfu
				3489 (MSN 174-27) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					Forced landing 20Apr55 due to mechanical failure at Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 21Apr60. SOC 21May65 
					Transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3490 (MSN 174-28) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Jun60. SOC 20May65 
					Transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3491 (MSN 174-29) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Accident 19Jun52 during taxying at Moody AFB, GA
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 57
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3491. Call sign F-ZJUK
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Apr64
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3491
				3492 (MSN 174-30) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Accident 19Jun52 during taxying at Moody AFB, GA
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 19Jul60. SOC 10Oct60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3493 (MSN 174-31) Delivered to USAF 31Oct51 at Norton AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Damaged 28Jan52 when the aircraft hit a bird near Bergstrom AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 1Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 75
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3493. Call sign F-ZJUN
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVK.  Assigned to ERALA 2/38 Sep63
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Nov67 as 0636
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Nov67 as 1-A-278. W/o 30Jan74
                     3494 (MSN 174-32)   Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 10Dec55 after the crew bailed out due to mechanical failure 25 miles south of Bryan AFB, TX
				3495 (MSN 174-33) Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 1Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 77
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3495. Call sign F-ZJUA
					Noted in storage at Chateaudun Jun 1965
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVM. Accident; SOC 12Oct67
					Sold to Waco-Pacific and shipped from Le Havre to New Orleans. 
					Registered N14100; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF) as 2832 in Apr 1970.
				3496 (MSN 174-34)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 22Aug52 with T-28 51-3649 during a formation training flight 1 mile N of Milano, TX. The aircraft 
					crashed and was destroyed by fire
				3497 (MSN 174-35)  Delivered to USAF 5Oct51 at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59. SOC 14Feb61 
					Believed to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
				3498 (MSN 174-36)  Delivered to USAF 31Oct51 
					Assigned to 3545th Pilot Training Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX
					Forced landing 13Jul54 due to engine failure at 1 mile N of Auxiliary Field #6, Goodfellow AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 2May55 7 miles W of Bryan AFB, TX.
				3499 (MSN 174-37) Delivered to USAF 31Oct51 at Norton AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 3Aug54 with T-28 51-3548 2 miles SE of Bryan AFB, TX.
					Crashed 7Oct55 after taking off from Bryan AFB, TX.
				3500 (MSN 174-38) Delivered to USAF 31Oct51 at Norton AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Apr57. Reclaimed 30Jan58.  
					Registered N9686C 1Oct59; cancelled 2Mar71
					Returned to USAF as 51-3500, 13Jul67
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 258.  SOC 11Mar68
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-3500/0-13500. W/o 28Nov70 
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
				3501 (MSN 174-39) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 28Mar60. SOC 10Oct60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3502 (MSN 174-40) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 8Jul60. Departed 20Jul64
					Assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 30
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 26Feb74 as 51-3502/0-13502. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3502/13502.  DBR 1Dec89 at Sangley Point
				3503 (MSN 174-41) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					Crashed 6Apr55 due to engine fire at Willacoochee, GA, 28 miles N of Moody AFB, GA
				3504 (MSN 174-42)  Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 27May53 when involved in a collision during taxying at Greenville AFB, MS
					Mid air collision 24Oct53 with T-28 51-3482 whilst practising formation flying 3 miles NE of Arkansas City, AR. 
					The crew bailed out and the aircraft crashed onto a sandbar in the Mississippi River, 3 miles NE of Arkansas City, AR
				3505 (MSN 174-43) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Accident 25Apr52 when taxying at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 47
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3505. Call sign F-ZJUA
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMU.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force Aug65 as 51-3505, call sign CNA-EG
					Registered N9873A; sale reported 19Jun82, cancelled 16Jul13
					To Nicaraguan National Guard / Fuerza Aérea de Nicaragua (Somosa givernment) , possibly serialled 162, c1980
					To Sandinista Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Sandinista  c1987.
					Registered C-FNAF Jul88; cancelled 14Jul95.  Registered N436BK 19Jul95; reregistered
					Registered N128BC 1Aug03; current [Nov15].
				3506 (MSN 174-44) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 2Sep59. Departed 28Oct64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60
					Returned to USAF as 51-3506, 30Aug60
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 118 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1965 as 51-3506/0-13506. Lost in Laos 6Jul66
				3507 (MSN 174-45) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 11Sep59. Departed 28Oct64 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 119 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1965 as 51-3507/0-13507. W/o 6Jul67 
				3508 (MSN 174-46) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 10Sep59. Departed 29Oct64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Returned to USAF as 51-3508, 30Aug60
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 121 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1965 as 51-3508/0-13508. W/o 21Feb68
				3509 (MSN 174-47) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 22Apr59. SOC 1Feb60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 50
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3509. Call sign F-ZJUD
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMW.  Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVE
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Aug65 as 51-3509
				3510 (MSN 174-48)  Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Crashed 9Jun53 during takeoff from Craig AFB, AL. The aircraft was destroyed by fire.
				3511 (MSN 174-49) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Jun60. Departed 10Oct64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 111 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 51-3511/0-13511. W/o Aug67
				3512 (MSN 174-50) Delivered to USAF 15Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 3Nov71. Departed 23May73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 34
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-3512/0-13512. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3512/13512. 
				3513 (MSN 174-51) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 10Sep58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 51
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3513. Call sign F-ZJUE
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMX.  Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVF
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Aug65 as 51-3513, call sign CNA-EJ
					Now on US civil registry as N9868A, and flies as USAF 13513
				3514 (MSN 174-52) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 11Apr60. Departed 6May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 146 
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 23Jul70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-95/13 in 1970.  Shot down while attacking
					troop concentrations 18 mi S of Siem Reap, Cambodia Feb 1, 1971.  One killed.
				3515 (MSN 174-53) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Forced landing 10Jun52 due to engine failure 3 miles NE of Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Aug59. SOC 9Jan61 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				3516 (MSN 174-54) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 21Apr60. Departed 25May65 to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 4Sep65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
				3517 (MSN 174-55) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Crashed 13Aug53 3 miles E of New Bern, AL
				3518 (MSN 174-56) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Jun60. Departed 6Nov64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 124 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11May65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3518/0-13518.
					Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
				3519 (MSN 174-57) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					To MASDC 29Mar60. SOC 9Jan61 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				3520 (MSN 174-58) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 19Jul60. SOC 21May65 
					Transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3521 (MSN 174-59) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Accident 24Jan52 landing at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 167th Fighter Interceptor Squadron/167th Fighter Interceptor Group, Martinsburg Regional Airport, WV.
					To MASDC 17Nov57. Departed 21Nov57 and assigned to 1739th Ferrying Squadron, Amarillo, TX.
					Back to MASDC Nov 27, 1957, to reclamation Sep 1, 1958.
					Registered N3315G; allocated in error, cancelled.  Registered N3663G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 27Jul09
					Returned to USAF as 51-3521, 1968
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 307 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28Dec69
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-3521/0-13521. W/o Jun70 
				3522 (MSN 174-60) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Written off 9Jan57
				3523 (MSN 174-61) Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Written off 21May57
				3524 (MSN 174-62)Delivered to USAF 19Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 19Jul60. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3525 (MSN 174-63) Delivered to USAF 21Nov51 at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. SOC 1Feb60.  Departed Feb 1, 1960
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 46
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3525. Call sign F-ZJUM
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMT.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep 1965 as 51-3525, call sign CNA-EV
					To GIA at Casablanca, Anfa. First noted May94; last noted Jan08 [the airfield closed by 2008]
				3526 (MSN 174-64) Delivered to USAF 21Nov51 at Goodfellow AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					Accident 18Aug54 when taxying at Webb AFB, Big Springs, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 8Jul60. Departed 20Jul64 and assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Back to MASDC 2Feb72. Departed 23May73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 35
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Intended for Royal Lao AF but to Khmer Air Force 5Mar74 as 51-3526/0-13526. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3526/13526. 
				3527 (MSN 174-65) Delivered to USAF 30Nov51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Departed MASDC 8Oct64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 115 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Aug65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-55/08 ?.  
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 51-3527/0-13527. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
				3528 (MSN 174-66) Delivered to USAF 21Nov51 at Goodfellow AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3545th Pilot Training Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX
					Damaged 3Dec51 due to structural failure at Goodfellow AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					Crash landed 2Jun55 due to mechanical failure at Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Oct58. SOC 1Feb60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 52
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3528. Call sign F-ZJUF
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Apr64
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Aug65 as 51-3528, call sign CNA-EK
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77 as HR-231A.Contract cancelled 
					Registered HR-231A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 25Nov78. Stopped at Fort Lauderdale 
					Executive, FL 1Nov78 and stored.  Registered N8523B 8Aug80; reregistered
					Registered N128RM 25Jun85; cancelled 21Nov88
					Crashed 1Aug86 at Madison, WI. After the aircraft was initially taxied for takeoff, the pilot returned to 
					the ramp and stated that he was experiencing engine problems. He inquired at an FBO about chartering an aircraft 
					to take himself and his son to an experimental aircraft association convention at Oshkosh, WI. 
					Mechanics looked at the aircraft, but no specific problem was identified. The aircraft then departed and smoke 
					was observed coming from the aircraft as it lost power. The pilot attempted to return the airport, however, the 
					aircraft touched down short of the runway and nosed over in a marshy area.
				3529 (MSN 174-67) Delivered to USAF 19Dec51 at Moody AFB, GA
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 44
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3529
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMR.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 May63
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Jul64. Callsign F-SDWN
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3529
					To Quonset Air Museum, Quonset Point, RI in 1993. Preserved and on display.
				3530 (MSN 174-68) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 22May53 landing at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Aug59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 49
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3530
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMV
					Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Aug65 as 51-3530, call sign CNA-EH
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77. Contract cancelled 
					Registered HR-230A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 20Oct78. Stopped at Fort Lauderdale 
					Executive, FL 1Nov78 and stored.  [the new Honduran government cancelled the letter of credit for their 
					payment; they were not impounded by customs, as has been frequently reported]
					Registered N8523A 8Aug80; expired 31Dec13
					Forced landing 2Mar08 near Sherman, TX. The airplane was in cruise flight en-route Socorro Municipal Airport, NM 
					to Durant Regional Airport-Eaker Field, OK at approximately 3,000 feet above ground level when the oil pressure 
					gauge began to fluctuate. The pilot observed that the oil temperature and cylinder 
					head temperature readings remained within the normal range. Additionally, the pilot stated that the 
					engine "shuddered" several times before he experienced a total loss of engine power. Due to altitude and airspeed, 
					the pilot reported that the only landing area available was a "soft, sandy, field." During the landing roll 
					out the left main gear and nose gear dug into the soft terrain resulting in the collapse of the left main and 
					nose landing gear. The airplane sustained substantial damage to the left wing.
				3531 (MSN 174-69) Delivered to USAF 4Dec51 at Goodfellow AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Damaged 28Nov53 due to structural failure at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 20Sep55 due to engine failure during takeoff from Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Jun60.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 116 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-3531/0-13531. 
					Modified with reconnaissance pack, designated RT-28D
					Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Combat damage 29Jan72 during a reconnaissance mission over the Plains The pilot was recovered by an 
					Air America H-34 and taken to LS-35; then transferred to a Jolly Green and taken to Udorn RTAFB. 
					The crash location was 20 kms northeast of Paksane.
				3532 (MSN 174-70) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Damaged 12Dec51 due to structural failure at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58.  
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 55
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3532
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Jul65 as 51-3532
				3533 (MSN 174-71)  Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Bryan AFB, TX
					Reclaimed 24Jun57
				3534 (MSN 174-72) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 7Feb53 with T-28 49-1510 10 miles SE of Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC Jun 7, 1960.  Departed 8Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 137 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Jul70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-96/13 in 1970. SOC Aug 14, 1984
				3535 (MSN 174-73) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 29Mar55 due to engine failure during takeoff from Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To 23Apr59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 86
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3535. Call sign F-ZJUI
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVR
						Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Apr64 to Jun64. Callsign F-SDWG. 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0548
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66. Scrapped 1968
				3536 (MSN 174-74)  Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Written off 18Jan60		
				3537 (MSN 174-75) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 3Sep58. To reclamation 3Nov58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 53
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3537
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. W/o 4Jun62 in Algeria
				3538 (MSN 174-76) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59. Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Departed MASDC 12Oct64  
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 117 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1965 as 51-3538/0-13538. W/o 17Dec66
				3539 (MSN 174-77) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59.  Transferred to US Navy May 21, 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3540 (MSN 174-78) Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Crashed 12Dec51 due to structural failure during takeoff from Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 21Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 45
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3540
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMS.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Sep63
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3540
				3541 (MSN 174-79)  Delivered to USAF 3Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Written off 28May59
				3542 (MSN 174-80) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59. Departed 20Jul64 and assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX.
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 31
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Feb74 as 51-3542/0-13542. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3542/13542. 
				3543 (MSN 174-81) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 5Aug59. Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Departed MASDC 13Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 139
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 21Sep65
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep65 as 543, code FG-543
					Crashed 10May67 near Kinshasa, DRC 
				3544 (MSN 174-82) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Written off 19Feb58
				3545 (MSN 174-83)  Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 9Mar60. SOC 14Oct60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				3546 (MSN 174-84) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA.  Reclaimed 5Aug57
				3547 (MSN 174-85) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Accident 29Jan52 during landing at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 21Mar60. SOC 10Oct60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3548 (MSN 174-86) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 3Aug54 with T-28 51-3499 2 miles SE of Bryan AFB, TX.
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Returned to USAF as 51-3543, 30Aug60
					Departed MASDC 29Jan65.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 128
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Aug65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force in 1965 as B.JF13-56/08
					Assigned to 222 Squadron, Lopburi 7Feb66
					Assigned to 53 Squadron, Prachuap Khiri Khan 18Aug70
					Assigned to 253 Squadron, Udon Thani 18Jan74
					Assigned to 231 Squadron, Udon Thani. SOC 27Sep83
					Displayed at Lopburi. To Tango Squadron 1991
				3549 (MSN 174-87)  Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Crashed 15Apr52 at Gaskin Auxiliary Field, TX
				3550 (MSN 174-88) Delivered to USAF 6Dec51 at Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Oct58. Departed 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 61
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3550
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Mar63. W/o 4May65 in France
				3551 (MSN 174-89)  Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 16Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58. 
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 41
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3551
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMP.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963] 
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Aug65 as 51-3551
				3552 (MSN 174-90) Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
					To MASDC 24Apr57. To reclamation 25Jun57.  
					Registered N5205V; reregistered.  Registered N254JB 10Jul63; cancelled 8Jul13
					Returned to USAF as 51-3552, 6Jul67
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 257.  SOC 11Mar68
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3552/0-13552. Accident 2May71; current Aug71 
				3553 (MSN 174-91) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 10Mar59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 100
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Apr61 as 51-3553
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Call sign F-SDOV. 
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. SOC 12Oct67
					Sold to Waco-Pacific and shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14101 12Mar68; reregistered.  Registered N991CA Jan80; cancelled
					Registered C-GJCJ as a NA 260 Aug84; cancelled 5Jun85. Registered N5832X Jun85; cancelled 25Feb13
					Crashed 11Jul04 when the aircraft impacted terrain following a loss of control at Apple Valley Airport (APV), 
					Apple Valley, California. The airplane sustained substantial damage. The personal local flight departed Apple Valley. 
					The pilot stated that he was attempting to land on runway 26 when he decided to abort the landing. The airplane 
					was in a slow, nose up attitude. He tried to climb by pulling aft on the control stick, followed by adding 
					power to the engine. Instead of climbing, the airplane continued to descend until it impacted the ground. 
					During the accident sequence, the nose gear was sheared off and the left wing was damaged. The airplane 
					came to rest on its nose with the tail up in the air. There was a sound crew located about the 2,700-foot 
					mark of runway 26. The sound crew was making audio recordings of the airplane as it was conducting the low passes.
					Registered N5832X 19Jul13; current [Nov15]
				3554 (MSN 174-92) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 28Oct52 due to structural failure at 8 miles SW of Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 48
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3554.  Assigned to EALA 3/05
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3554, call sign CNA-EW
					Registered N54613; cancelled 30Jan13
					Damaged 18Jul78 when the landing gear collapsed at Dinard, France during the ferry flight from Morocco to USA. 
					To Blackbushe, England 18Aug78; remained until 3Jul79.
					To Nicaraguan National Guard / Fuerza Aérea de Nicaragua as 165
					To Sandinista Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Sandinista  as 165 c1987.
					Registered YN-BHC; cancelled. Shipped to Vancouver, BC, Canada 1987-88
					Registered C-FSAN 5Oct88; cancelled 22Jul92.  Registered N203CB with c/n 485 22Jul92; cancelled 13Sep02
					Forced landing 27Jan93 due to engine failure near Plantation, FL. While climbing through 2,200 feet after takeoff 
					the engine began to vibrate. A short time later a power loss was noted and the pilot 
					declared an emergency, and requested vectors to the departure airport. Altitude could not be 
					maintained with the power available and a forced landing was made on a golf course. Post crash 
					examination of the engine revealed that the master rod main bearing had failed.
					Later on US civil registry as N54613.  Cancelled Jan 30, 2013
				3555 (MSN 174-93) Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Force landed 29Dec52 due to engine failure 7 miles N of Willard, MO
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow Air Base, FL [1956] 
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 76
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3555
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVL
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Accident 18Apr64. SOC Nov64
				3556 (MSN 174-94)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 23Mar53 after the crew bailed out due to structural failure 10 miles SW of Bryan AFB, TX
				3557 (MSN 174-95) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 43
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3557
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Nov62
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3557, call sign CNA-EE
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77. Contract cancelled 
					Registered HR-229A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 23Sep78. Stopped at Fort Lauderdale 
					Executive, FL 1Nov78 and stored.  [the new Honduran government cancelled the letter of credit for their payment; 
					they were not impounded by customs, as has been frequently reported]
					Registered N85228 8Aug80; current [Nov15]
				3558 (MSN 174-96) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 18Mar53 with T-28 51-3484 6 miles NNW of College Station, TX.
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Apr57.  To reclamation 30Jan58. 
					Registered N9689C Jan 30, 1958; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 51-3558, 28Jun67
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 256
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Mar68
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3558/0-13558. W/o Aug 28/29, 1968 
				3559 (MSN 174-97) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 13Mar53 with T-28 49-1738 1 mile west of Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 16Nov54 due to engine failure at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 3May60. Departed 16Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 141
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 22Sep65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep 22, 1965 as 559, code FG-559
					Stalled, spun into the ground crashing 12Oct65 near Kikwit during a ferry flight in bad weather
				3560 (MSN 174-98)  Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					Crash landed 1Aug55 due to engine failure 7 miles SW of Brewster, FL
				3561 (MSN 174-99) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 27Aug58. To reclamation 3Nov58.  Returned to USAF as 51-3561, 30Aug60. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  Departed MASDC May 20, 1965.
					Believed to Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana 4Jun65
				3562 (MSN 174-100) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Apr57. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
					Registered N5206V; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 11Dec12.  Returned to USAF as 51-3562, 22Jun66
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 225
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 31Jan67
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 51-3562/0-13562.
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				3563 (MSN 174-101) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 17May60. Departed 16Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 140
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 25Sep65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep 25, 1965 as 563, code FG-563
					Crashed Mar67 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure north of Albertville, DRC
				3564 (MSN 174-102) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Force landed 25Mar53 due to engine failure 9 miles SW of Lyons, TX
				3565 (MSN 174-103) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. Departed 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 56
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3565. Callsign F-ZJUJ
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 May63.  Assigned to EALA 3/05
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Jul65 as 51-3565, call sign CNA-EN
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77. Contract cancelled 
					Registered HR-232A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 25Nov78. 
					Stopped at NAS Lakehurst, NJ 6Dec78 and stored.
					[the new Honduran government cancelled the letter of credit for their payment; they were not impounded by customs, 
					as has been frequently reported].  Registered N8522Z 8Aug80; current [Nov15]
					Then to MARC at Chino, CA.  To MAPS Air Museum  at Akron, 
					OH in 1991.  Now undergoing restoration.  
				3566 (MSN 174-104) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 3Sep58. To reclamation 3Nov58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 58
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3567. Call sign F-ZJUL
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 May63 to Oct63. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67.  Registered N14102; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force in Apr 1970 as 2831
				3567 (MSN 174-105) Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 8Feb52 with T-28 51-3569 25 miles SW of Fort Smith, TX
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Accident 26Nov54 landing at Forney Auxiliary Field, Fort Leonard Wood, MO
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 16Jul58. To reclamation 4Mar59
				3568 (MSN 174-106) Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Force landed 20Jan53 due to engine failure 9 miles North East of Valdosta, GA. Pilot escaped with minor injuries.
				3569 (MSN 174-107) Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 8Feb52 with T-28 51-3567 25 miles SW of Fort Smith, TX
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Damaged 7Apr54 when the aircraft hit a bird 3 miles NE of Selfridge Field, AL
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 12Aug59. SOC 1Feb60,  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 69
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3569
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 Apr63
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina May66 as 0549
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code 1-A-282. Accident 16Dec69; repaired and returned to service 2Feb71.
				3570 (MSN 174-108) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 17Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 98
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3570. Call sign F-ZJUE
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVX.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68.  Registered N14103 12Mar68; cancelled 17Oct73
					To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti Jul73 as 1241
					Registered again as N14103 8Apr78; expired 28Feb15
					Best T-28 at 1996 Sun'N Fun, Lakeland, Florida. "Judges Choice" 1997 Oshkosh Warbirds 
					Repainted as Argentine Naval Aviation 0628, code 3-A-208. 
					Departed Fort Lauderdale, FL 26Oct14; arrived 15Nov14 at the Comandante Espora Naval Aviation Air 
					Base, Bahía Blanca, Argentina
				3571 (MSN 174-109) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Forced landing 1Jun53 due to engine failure 4 miles S of Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 21Sep54 after the crew bailed out due to fire 8 miles SW of Somerville, TX
				3572 (MSN 174-110) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Jul60. SOC 20May65 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana May 20, 1965 as 51-3572 / 13572, code TB-572
					Preserved and on display at Simon Bolivar Airport, Guayaquil, Ecuador by 1994
				3573 (MSN 174-111) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Aug59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 82
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3573
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVQ. Crash landed May61 in Algeria.
					Assigned to EAA 601 Châteaudun for storage. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14119 12Mar68; cancelled 27Mar01 on export to France
					Substantially damaged 4Oct74 near Aurora, CO, when the aircraft force landed after engine failure 
					and hit a hidden gully.  Shipped to Antwerp, Belgium Dec00
					Registered F-AZKG 10Apr01; current [Nov15]. Operated by Les Ailes Historiques du Rhin, Strasbourg, Alsace, France
				3574 (MSN 174-112) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Damaged 6Apr54 when the aircraft hit a bird 3 miles SW of Akron, AL
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 21Mar60. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960 as E-608
					Noted Oct 28, 1990 in Museo Nacional de la Aeronautica, Buenos Aires, Argentina
					Now preserved and on display at Coleccion Estancia Santa Romana, Justo Daract, Argentina
				3575 (MSN 174-113) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 2Sep52 with T-28 51-3599 2 miles NW of Bryan AFB, TX. The crew bailed out
				3576 (MSN 174-114)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 11Aug54 and destroyed when it hit trees 12 miles SE of Caldwell, TX during a night training exercise
				3577 (MSN 174-115) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Crashed 27Jan54 2 miles SW of Mertz, AL
				3578 (MSN 174-116) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 30Jun60. Departed 17Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 142
					To 24th Special Operations Wing, Howard AFB, Canal Zone.  Back to MASDC May 4, 1970.  Departed May 10, 1970
					and assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force  Jul 1970 as B.JF13-97/13, SOC Sep 1983.  
					Preserved at Chiang Mai, Thailand
				3579 (MSN 174-117) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Damaged 12Feb54 due to fire on the ground at Craig AFB, AL
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 3May60. Departed 29Jan65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 129.  SOC 9Jun65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1965 as 51-3579/0-13579 
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere 1971 as 51-3579/0-13579. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
				3580 (MSN 174-118) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 1Jun55 when landing at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Aug59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 84
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3580
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. SOC 20Apr63
				3581 (MSN 174-119)  Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 14Jun60. SOC 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				3582 (MSN 174-120) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 87
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3582.  Assigned to EALA 3/09
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0550
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66. Scrapped 1968
				3583 (MSN 174-121) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 7Jun60. Departed 23Apr65 and assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 2Feb72. Departed 1Jun73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.   Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 36
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-3583/0-13583. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3583/13583. 
				3584 (MSN 174-122) Accident 29Jan52 when landing at Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 2Jun54 when landing at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 95
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Apr61 as 51-3584. Call sign F-ZJUB
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0551
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66 as EAN-120; re-coded 1-A-269. W/o 2Dec71
				3585 (MSN 174-123) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 27Aug59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 91
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3585. Call sign F-ZJUM
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0552
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66 as 1-A-284. Wfu
				3586 (MSN 174-124) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 59
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3586. Call sign F-ZJUM
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. W/o 9Mar62 in Algeria
				3587 (MSN 174-125) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crash landed 6May55 due to engine failure 16 miles S of Bryan AFB, TX
					Written off 14Feb58
				3588 (MSN 174-126) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60.  Returned to USAF as 51-3588, 30Aug60
					Departed AMARC 29Jan65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 130
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 9Jun65
					Possibly to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana. Returned to US 30Jun68
					Returned to USAF as 51-3588, 22Dec68
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA for training. To flyable storage 25Apr69. 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 16Aug69 for combat crew training
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 2Jan70. SOC 28Jan70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1970 as 51-3588/0-13588. Accident 17Jan72
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3405, 1975 
					Registration VH-WPA reserved; ntu.  Registered VH-PFM 30Sep93; current [Nov15]
				3590 (MSN 174-128) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To AMARC 23Apr59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 54
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3590.  Assigned to EALA 3/09
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Jul65 as 51-3590, call sign CNA-EL
					Registered N9863A 27May78; sale reported 19Jun82, cancelled 21Mar13
					To Nicaraguan National Guard / Fuerza Aérea de Nicaragua as 163
					To Sandinista Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Sandinista c1987.
					Registered YN-BNQ; cancelled. Shipped to Vancouver, BC, Canada 1987-88
					Registered C-FXRD with c/n 521, 11Jul88; cancelled 8Aug95
					[the data plate of 51-3590 had disappeared and was replaced by the data plate from 51-7668, c/n 174-521 
					to facilitate registration].  Registered N521DF 14Aug95; cancelled 19Mar08
					Registered C-GULI 18Apr08; current [Nov15]
				3591 (MSN 174-129) Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Force landed 19May52 due to engine failure 1 mile SE of Moody AFB, GA
				3592 (MSN 174-130) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 21Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 83
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3592. Call sign F-ZJUF
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVQ
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 13Sep67 as 0637
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Nov67 as 1-A-280. W/o 13Nov74
				3593 (MSN 174-131) Assigned to 464th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC
					To MASDC 12Aug57. To reclamation 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
					Registered N6883C to PacAero Engineering Corp 9Jun58; cancelled 2Feb60
					Converted to NA-260 Nomad, line number 2
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government 12Oct59. Converted to second Fennec prototype
					Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 01
					Assigned to CEV, Bretigny AB, France for trials. 
					Destroyed 16Apr60 at Cazaux AB, France during armament trials
				3594 (MSN 174-132) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 94
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3594. Call sign F-ZJUA
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Call sign F-SFTC.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 Jul63
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0554
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-118; re-coded 1-A-267
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 401. Sold 1999. Shipped to Vancouver, BC
					Registered N90535 30Jun00 as a NA T-28F [sic]; cancelled 4Oct00 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GHRV 14Mar01; current [Nov15]
				3595 (MSN 174-133) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 25Jun53 5 miles S of Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 7Jun60. Departed 26Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 144 
					Returned to service and assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.  Written off 4Jan73
				3596 (MSN 174-134) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jul58. SOC 4Mar59 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-945
					Preserved and on display at el Colegio del Aire, the Mexican Air Force Academy, BAM #5 Zapopan near Guadalajara, 
					Mexico [last reported 2008]
				3597 (MSN 174-135) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 5Jun52 during takeoff from Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 28Mar60. SOC 21May65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3598 (MSN 174-136) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 102
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3598.  Assigned to EALA 3/04
					Assigned to ERALA 1/36. Call sign F-SCLK
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 29May66 as 0555
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-119; re-coded 1-A-268. Wfu
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 402
				3599 (MSN 174-137) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 2Sep52 with T-28 51-3575 2 miles NW of Bryan AFB, TX. The crew bailed out
				3600 (MSN 174-138) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crashed 6Jan53 15 miles SSE of Bryan AFB, TX.  Accident 4Mar53 during takeoff from Bryan AFB, TX
					Written off 21Mar56
				3601 (MSN 174-139) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 67
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3601
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. WFU Apr66
					To GIA at the Air Force Apprentice School / L’Ecole des Apprentis, Saintes (BA.722), France. Noted 5May73
					To South Africa 1999. Restoration to flying condition.
				3602 (MSN 174-140)  Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					Accident 29Oct52 on the ground at Moody AFB, GA
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 24May60. SOC 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				3603 (MSN 174-141) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 12Dec52 due to engine failure taking off from Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58.   
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 78
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3603. Call sign F-ZJUB
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVM.
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France May64 to Jul64. Callsign F-SDWE
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0556
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-117; re-coded 1-A-266
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 403. WFU Laguna del Sauce, Punta del Este, Uruguay 1990. 
					Reported returned to Argentina for restoration
				3604 (MSN 174-142) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Oct58. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 72
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3604. Call sign F-ZJUK
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVI. W/o 5May61 in Algeria
				3605 (MSN 174-143) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Aug59. Returned to USAF as 51-3605, 30Aug60.
					Departed 6May65 and to North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 147
					Returned to service and assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 14Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-3605/0-13605.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-117/18 Oct 1975
					Crashed 4Jun82 in Nong Harn District, Udon Thani Province, Thailand.  Two killed.
				3606 (MSN 174-144) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58. 
				3607 (MSN 174-145) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 24Jul52 landing at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Apr60. Departed 21Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 143
					Assigned to 605th Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Written off 30Nov69
				3608 (MSN 174-146) Assigned to 3565th Pilot Training Group, James Connally AFB, TX
					Forced landing 6May53 due to engine failure 9 miles NW of Prairie Hill Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Returned to USAF as 51-3608, 26Oct61.  Departed 3Nov64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 122
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11May65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-3608/0-13608. W/o 1Apr71
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
				3609 (MSN 174-147) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Accident 7Jul54 taking off at Craig AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Mar59. Departed 4Nov64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 123 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3609/0-13609. W/o 2Nov65
				3610 (MSN 174-148) Assigned to Youngstown AFB, OH. SOC 12Mar59
				3611 (MSN 174-149) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 8Apr60. SOC 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				3612 (MSN 174-150) Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Crashed 7Jul52 due to mechanical failure 3 miles NE of Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC Apr 5, 1957. Departed 7Jun57 and to Southern California Aircraft Corporation, Ontario, CA 
					Returned to service and assigned to 464th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. SOC 31Mar61
					Bailed to US Army March 1961 as a test support aircraft, Fort Rucker, AL. Last report 15May72.
					Preserved at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL [noted 1982-1991]
					To the USAF Museum for preservation
					Loaned to and on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA 1991
				3613 (MSN 174-151) Written off 10Feb61
				3614 (MSN 174-152) Assigned to 3565th Pilot Training Group, James Connally AFB, TX
					Accident 4Jun53 taking off at James Connally AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 26Aug53 on the ground at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 1Jun60. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Believed to Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3615 (MSN 174-153) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 8Jul60. SOC 20May65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3616 (MSN 174-154) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Jul60. Departed 27Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 145 
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. SOC 10May74
					Registered N1384T; cancelled. Registered to North American Aviation Jan82
					Registered N28TW 27Apr82; expired 14Dec85, cancelled 6Jul12
					Destroyed 12Feb83 at North Winter Park, CO after departing from Longmont, CO. According to the 
					surviving passenger (the pilot's 15yr old son), they saw some skiers after crossing over a mountain pass. 
					He stated that as they turned, his father said, 'let's buzz them.' He reported that they turned sharply, 
					'sort of dove down to buzz them,' then that was all he could remember. According to one of the skiers 
					that was familiar with the T-28 aircraft, they heard and saw the T-28 cross Rollins Pass at 
					approximately 300 to 350 ft AGL. As the aircraft passed, they waved at it and then the pilot 
					responded (they believed) by rocking his wings. Soon after that, the aircraft went into a steep 
					left bank as if to turn back toward them. The witness reported that the aircraft was turning at 
					a constant altitude, when the nose suddenly dropped. The pilot leveled the wings and the aircraft 
					started a dive, and then disappeared from his view, behind a ridge. He heard popping sounds that he 
					thought sounded like a T-28 having had the throttle moved rapidly. An investigation revealed the 
					aircraft had collided with trees and crashed. No pre-impact or mechanical failures were found.
				3617 (MSN 174-155) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 12Mar59. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 51-3617/0-13617 by 1965.
				3618 (MSN 174-156) Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 7Dec71. Departed 30May73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 37
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-3618/0-13618. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3618/13618. 
				3619 (MSN 174-157)  Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Forced landing 10Jun52 due to engine failure, hit trees and destroyed by fire near Perrin AFB, TX
				3620 (MSN 174-158) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Jan59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 60
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec60 as 51-3620
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14104 12Mar68; cancelled 17Oct73
					To Haiti Air Force / Force Aérienne Haïtienne Jul73 as 1244
					Restored to US registry as N14104 Apr 8, 1978; current [Nov15]
				3621 (MSN 174-159)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Accident 2Nov53 and destroyed by fire taxying at Bryan AFB, TX
				3622 (MSN 174-160)Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Crash landed 9Apr53 due to engine failure 1 mile S of Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 63
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3622.  Assigned to EALA 3/05
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Jul65 as 51-3622.
					Arrived at MAPS Air Museum, Akron, OH in March 1993.  Returned to MARC in 1999.
					To March Field Museum, Riverside, CA by 2001. Stored dismantled.
				3623 (MSN 174-161) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 1Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58  
 				3624 (MSN 174-162) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 27Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 27
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-3624. Call sign F-ZJUI
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVD. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14120 12Mar68; cancelled 29Mar74 on export to Haiti
					To Haiti Air Force / Force Aérienne Haïtienne Mar 29, 1974.
				3625 (MSN 174-163) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 17Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58  
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 62
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3625.  Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVG
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0557
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-102; re-coded 1-A-251
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 404
				3626 (MSN 174-164) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Jan59. SOC 10Mar60, and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France  Mar 10, 1960
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 96
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Apr61 as 51-3626. Call sign F-ZJUC
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVV. Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], 
					Lyon-Bron, France Apr64 to Sep64. Callsign F-SDWJ.  SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14121 to Waco-Pacific Inc, Van Nuys, CA, 12Mar68; 
					In 1969 to Winter Wolff & Co., New York, NY 
					In 1972 to Quality Components Inc, Los Angeles, CA.  Converted to T-28D.  
					Registration N14121 cancelled 17Oct73
					To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti Oct 1973 as 1238.  SOC with Haitian AF Jan 1978.  
					Mar 1978 to Lan-Dale Co, Reno, Nevada.  Registered N14121 8Apr78.  
					In May 1978 arrived Tucson, AZ still marked as 1238 
					Painted in yellow scheme marked as Navy T-28B WD/121.  On May 8, 1985 registered as N5015L, T-28A with 
					MSN 557 (don’t know where this MSN is from).  In 1986 Sale reported, Dallas, TX.  Apr 16, 1987 
					registration N14121  cancelled.  In May 1987 
					to Aviation Maintenance Ltd, Sault St. Marie, Quebec and registered May 1987 as C-GJMT.  
					Registration C-GJMT cancelled 27Jan88 To Courtesy Aircraft, 
					Rockford, IL and registered as N5015L Jan 1988.  race #44; raced at Reno, Nevada
					In 1993 Restored as T-28A MSN 557.  Marked as T-28B WD/21 US Navy 
					USS Lexington VT-5 overall grey.  to Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA.  To private owner Feb 24, 2004.  
					Feb 2008 marked as
					WD/121 USS Lexington.  Oct 2011 registration N128AN reserved, but NTU.   painted Navy Blue, tail marked “AN” 
					6 November 2009 ANDIAMO 360 LLC, Bozeman, MT   Since 2008 marked with reserved registration N128AN.  N128AN
					is currently reserved for American Airlines.  Currently still registered as N5015L
				3627 (MSN 174-165) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 26Oct59. SOC 1Feb60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 64
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3627
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Mar64
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3627, call sign CNA-EY
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77. Contract cancelled 
					Registered HR-233A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 20Oct78. 
					Stopped at Fort Lauderdale Executive, FL 31Oct78 and  stored.  [the new Honduran government cancelled the 
					letter of credit for their payment; they were not impounded by customs, as has been frequently reported]
					Registered N8539A 8Aug80; current [Nov15]
					Damaged 25Feb99 when the nose landing gear collapsed landing at Palm Beach, FL. During pre-landing checks, 
					the pilot recognized that the nose landing gear was failing to indicate down-and-locked condition after a normal 
					attempt to extend the landing gear. An attempt to re-cycle the landing gear failed to correct the condition. 
					The nose gear collapsed on landing causing minor cowling and airframe damage in addition to associated 
					propeller and engine damage resultant from contact with the runway surface. Failure of forward nose 
					landing gear door actuation rod attachment clevis allowed the forward door to interfere with the normal 
					operation extension of the nose landing gear. The aircraft sustained minor damage.
				3628 (MSN 174-166) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 19Aug58.  To reclamation 1Dec58  
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 99
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Apr61 as 51-3628. Damaged when the nosewheel collapsed while
					taxying at Lyon-Bron, France.  SOC Jun65
				3629 (MSN 174-167) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 32
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-3629/0-13629. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3629/13629. 
				3630 (MSN 174-168) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Jan59. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 73
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3630. Call sign F-ZJUL
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVI. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14105 12Mar68; revoked 2Oct74.  Registered N14105 22Oct74; cancelled 22Jul77
					Substantially damaged 7Jan77 when the engine failed approximately 500ft above the airport at Addicks, Houston, TX
					Registered N14105 26Aug77; reregistered.  Registered N289RD 24Aug78; reregistered
					Registered N500JG 6Dec78; expired 31Aug14
				3631 (MSN 174-169) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Jan59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 85
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3631
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. W/o 17Nov61 in Algeria
				3632 (MSN 174-170) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 17Mar59. Departed 9Nov64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 126 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25May65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Dec72 as 51-3632/0-13632. WFU 1Jul74 
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3632/13632 
				3633 (MSN 174-171) Written off 11Nov57
				3634 (MSN 174-172) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					Force landed 12Oct54 due to mechanical failure at Craig AFB, AL
					To MASDC 15Jul59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 80
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3634. Call sign F-ZJUD
						Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVO.  Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], 
						Lyon-Bron, France Apr64 to May64. Callsign F-SDWF. 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0558
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-109; re-coded 1-A-258. Accident 3Sep71
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 405
				3635 (MSN 174-173) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 28
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct60 as 51-3635
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMC. SOC 12Oct67
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0559
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66.WFU 1968. 
					Used for target practice; recovered & preserved at the Comandante Espora Naval Aviation Air Base, Bahía Blanca
				3636 (MSN 174-174) Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Forced landed 27May52 due to mechanical failure at Gaskin Auxiliary Field, Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Accident 5Sep53 landing at Craig AFB, AL.  Written off 8Nov57
				3637 (MSN 174-175) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Crashed 4Mar53 5 miles E of Pleasant Hill, AL
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 30Jun60. SOC 20May65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3638 (MSN 174-176) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 19Aug58. To reclamation 3Nov58. Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 79
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3638. Call sign F-ZJUC
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVN
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0560
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-105; re-coded 1-A-254
				3639 (MSN 174-177) Assigned to 3555th Pilot Training Group, Perrin AFB, TX
					Forced landing 28Apr52 due to engine failure 1 mile NW of Perrin AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Damaged 19Mar54 when the aircraft hit a bird at Bryan AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 24Aug59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 92
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3639. Call sign F-ZJUN
					Assigned to EALA 3/10.  Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVT
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. SOC Apr65
				3640 (MSN 174-178)  Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX. Reclaimed 18May59
				3641 (MSN 174-179) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To 29Sep59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 97
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Apr61 as 51-3641. Call sign F-ZJUD
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVW.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36 Aug62.  Assigned to EALA 3/09
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0633
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67, code 1-A-272
				3642 (MSN 174-180) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To  5Aug59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air
				3643 (MSN 174-181) Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA. SOC 1Jul63
				3644 (MSN 174-182) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 3Oct58. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 70
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3644. Call sign F-ZJUI
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. Call sign F-UJLT.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Jul63 to May64. Call sign F-TFXO
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0561
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66. Scrapped 1968
				3645 (MSN 174-183) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Forced landing 13Apr54 due to engine failure 4 miles NW of Bryan AFB, TX.  Written off 24Feb59
				3646 (MSN 174-184) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 21Jan59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 88
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3646
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Call sign F-SFTJ, later as F-SFTS.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Oct67 as 0638
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Nov67, code 1-A-281
				3647 (MSN 174-185) To MASDC. Reclaimed 3Nov58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 29
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-3647
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMD.  Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0562
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-106; re-coded 1-A-255. 
					Registered N992CA Apr83; cancelled.  Registered C-GLPM Jul84; cancelled 27Jun89
					Registered N28FE 5Jul89; cancelled 21May08 on export to South Africa
					On May 28, 1995, the aircraft was substantially damaged during a forced landing near Arcadia, Florida. The flight 
					originated from the Peter O'Knight Airport, Tampa, Florida. The pilot stated that while 
					climbing through 2,500 feet he observed the oil temperature increase and the oil pressure decrease. He then initiated a descent 
					for a forced landing and intentionally landed gear-up in a field. 
					Examination of the engine revealed that the cylinder Nos. 4, 5, and 6 connecting rods were separated from the 
					master rod for undetermined reason(s). The engine had accumulated about 18 hours since overhaul at the time of the accident.
					Registered ZU-FAA 30Jul08; current [May12]
				3648 (MSN 174-186) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Damaged 11Aug52 when the aircraft hit a bird 3 miles N of Big Springs Radio, TX
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Crash landed 21Aug53 after takeoff from Greenville AFB due to engine failure 3 miles NE of Leland, MS
				3649 (MSN 174-187)Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 22Aug52 with T-28 51-3496 during a formation training flight 1 mile N of Milano, TX.
				3650 (MSN 174-188) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 20Aug58. To reclamation 3Nov58.  
				3651 (MSN 174-189) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 5Jun52 taxying at Webb AFB, TX.  Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 15Jul59. SOC 28Apr65 and transferred to US Navy for conversion to T-28B
				3652 (MSN 174-190) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 7Aug59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 30
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-3652
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJME.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0563
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66. Scrapped 1968
				3653 (MSN 174-191) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 1Jun60. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  
					MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3654 (MSN 174-192) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air
				3655 (MSN 174-193) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Jan59. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  
					Possibly to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air
				3656 (MSN 174-194) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 8Jul60. Departed 7Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D, line number 107 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Jun64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-41/07 in 1964
					To Royal Lao Air Force Jan65 as 51-3656/0-13656. Damaged Sep66; repaired. Damaged 24Jul69; repaired. WFU 1Jul74 
				3657 (MSN 174-195) Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
					Accident 7Jan54 due to engine failure 15 miles NE of Marana, AZ
					Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 21Dec52 due to mechanical failure 5 miles S of Coahoma, TX
					Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 21Jan59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 81
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3657
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVP
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Mid air collision 9Jul63 with SO.4050A Vautour No.30 during landing at Bordeaux, Merignac, France
				3658 (MSN 174-196) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 5Dec52 due to engine failure at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Apr60. Departed 16Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 106 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Jun64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 51-3658/0-13658. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3658/13658. W/o 1Dec89 at Sangley Point AB
				3659 (MSN 174-197)Assigned to 112th Fighter Interception Squadron, 180th Fighter Interceptor Group, Toledo Express Airport, OH.
					To MASDC 2Dec57. To reclamation 1Aug58.  
					Registered N3319G 27Apr59; cancelled 21Oct70.  Returned to USAF as 51-3659, 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 40
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Feb74 as 51-3659/0-13659. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3659/13659. 
				3660 (MSN 174-198) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 11Jul60. SOC 3May65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3661 (MSN 174-199)  Assigned to 3565th Pilot Training Group, James Connally AFB, TX
					Crashed 27Apr53 5 miles S of Mt Calm, TX
				3662 (MSN 174-200)  Written off 20Feb58
				3663 (MSN 174-201) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 28Jan59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 68
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3663
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 May63
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67
					Registered N14106 12Mar68; reregistered.  Registered N2800W; reregistered.  Registered N280DC; reregistered
					Registered N128RC 16Jul99; current [Nov15]
				3664 (MSN 174-202) Assigned to Lowry AFB Technical Training Center, CO
					To MASDC 25Nov59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 93
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3664. Call sign F-ZJUO
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVT, later as F-SFVU.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67
					Registered N14107; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force Apr 4, 1970 as 2833. 
					Preserved and on display at the Chung Cheng Aviation Museum, Taoyuan Airport, Taiwan. Later named as the 
					Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Museum.  The museum closed March 2014 for airport redevelopment; Items 
					displayed at the museum have been sent to storage and the aircraft on display will be relocated to former Taoyuan naval base.
				3665 (MSN 174-203) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 8Jul54 with T-28 51-7513 2 miles N of Webb AFB, TX
				3666 (MSN 174-204)  Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 23Sep53 due to engine failure 10 miles NE of Dumas, AR
				3667 (MSN 174-205)  Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 16Dec57. SOC 20Aug58 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
				3668 (MSN 174-206)  Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Crash landed 1May53 after takeoff from Enid Municipal Airport, OK
					Damaged 6Apr54 due to mechanical failure whilst taxying at Vance AFB, OK
					Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					Crashed 13Nov55 due to structural failure 1 mile NE of Goodfellow AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX. Reclaimed 22Jan64
				3669 (MSN 174-207) Assigned to 95th Combat Support Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					To MASDC 16Jul60. Departed 13Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 105 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. 
					SOC 3Jun64 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-43/07 in 1964.
				3670 (MSN 174-208) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 10Jul53 when the aircraft stalled and spun into the ground at Hobbs Auxiliary Field, NM
				3671 (MSN 174-209) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC 11Jul60. To reclamation 26Oct62  
				3672 (MSN 174-210) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 27Aug54 during takeoff from Midland Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 89
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3672. Call sign F-ZJUK
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVS
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Oct67 as 0634
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67, code 1-A-273
				3673 (MSN 174-211) Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 3Nov71. Departed 30May73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 38
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 26Feb74 as 51-3673/0-13673. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3673/13673. 
				3674 (MSN 174-212) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 3Feb53 at Midland Auxiliary Airfield, TX
					Accident 29Jul54 due to mechanical failure landing at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 17Jan59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 66
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3674
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Jun63
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0564
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-115; re-coded 1-A-264
					To No.1 Arsenal Aeronaval, Punta Indio, Buenos Aires. Converted to T-28P Oct72
					Code 3-A-07; re-coded 3-A-207. Accident 13May74
 				3675 (MSN 174-213) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Damaged 27May54 on the ground at Vance AFB, OK
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 24Jun60. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3676 (MSN 174-214) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 6Aug52 due to engine failure after takeoff near Webb AFB, TX
				3677 (MSN 174-215) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 28Jul59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 31
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-3677. Call sign F-ZJUM
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMF.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0565
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-110; re-coded 1-A-283. 
					Preserved and on display at Base Aeronaval Almirante Zar, Trelew, province of Chubut, Patagonia
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Jul59. SOC 12Jan60 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 31
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-3677. Call sign F-ZJUM
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMF.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0565
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-110; re-coded 1-A-283. 
					Preserved and on display at Base Aeronaval Almirante Zar, Trelew, province of Chubut, Patagonia
				3678 (MSN 174-216) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 3Sep52 due to engine failure 17 miles S of Lamesa, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 118
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Aug61 as 51-3678. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14122 12Mar68; registered as a NA 260 Nomad; expired 7Mar11
					Destroyed 28Jun77 due to engine failure and ditching at Key West, FL.
					Registered N14122 as a NA 260 Nomad 5Oct11; current [Nov15]
				3679 (MSN 174-217)  Written off 24Jan57
				3680 (MSN 174-218) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					To MASDC 26Oct57.  To reclamation 1Sep58. 
					Registered N3318G Sep 1, 1958; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 51-3680, 22Jun66
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 224 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 31Jan67
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3680/0-13680. Believed w/o Dec 28, 1972
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				3681 (MSN 174-219) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 11Aug59. and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 1Feb60
					Returned to USAF as 51-3681 30Aug60
					Departed MASDC 20Jul64 and assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Back to MASDC 4Oct71. Departed 26Jul73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 39
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. GIA. SOC 28Feb78
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña Feb 28, 1978 as 226. SOC 27Aug84
					Registered HR-AKI-P Jun85
					Dismantled at Comeyagua AB, Honduras Sep85 & shipped in container to New Orleans, LA Oct85
					Registered N81NA Sep85. Registered C-GXUO 25Aug88; cancelled 8Sep97
					Registered N285DL Apt 28, 2012; current [Mar 2016]
				3682 (MSN 174-220) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 26Aug59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 105
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3682. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14122 12Mar68; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force Apr 7, 1970.
				3683 (MSN 174-221) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 1Jun54 due to engine failure 15 miles SE of Midland, TX
				3684 (MSN 174-222) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 14Aug53 due to engine failure 17 miles SW of Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 3Dec54 due to engine failure during takeoff from Midland Auxiliary Airfield, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC Aug 21, 1958.  To reclamation 3Nov58. To PacAero Engineering Corp 
					Converted to NA-260 Nomad, line number 4.  Retained by Pacific Airmotive as a demonstrator for 
					possible civilian and military sales.
					Registered N260PA to Pacific Airmotive Corp; cancelled.  Damaged landing 1971
					Registered N260PA 25Feb76; reregistered. Registered N2800G 26Jan78; revoked 24Sep82
					Registered N2800G 7May93; cancelled 8Jun11..  Registered N2800G JuL 22,2011; current [Nov15]. Based in Czech Republic
				3685 (MSN 174-223)  Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 26Mar54 due to engine failure whilst on the ground at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC Z 14Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
				3686 (MSN 174-224) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 13Jun52 due to structural failure at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 71
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3686. Call sign F-ZJUJ
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVH.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Call sign F-SDOG.
						Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Jul64. Callsign F-SDWC. 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0566
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-116; re-coded 1-A-265
				3687 (MSN 174-225) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58 
				3688 (MSN 174-226) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 32
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-3688
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMG. Crashed 23Apr62 in Algeria; SOC 9May62
				3689 (MSN 174-227) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. SOC 9Jun65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3690 (MSN 174-228) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. SOC 10Mar60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 42
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3690
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMQ
					Assigned to ERALA 3/37. Call sign F-TFWA [1963]
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-3690, call sign CNA-ET
					Registered N54612 with Euroworld California; sale reported 19Jun82, cancelled 30Jan13
					To Nicaraguan National Guard / Fuerza Aérea de Nicaragua under Somosa government as 164 
					When Somosa fled, to Sandinista Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Sandinista c1987.
					Registered YN-BNM; cancelled. Shipped to Vancouver, BC, Canada 1987-88
					Registered C-GMWN with c/n 621, 27Sep89; cancelled 27Mar14 on export to Germany
				3691 (MSN 174-229)  Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 12May53 20 miles W of Lamesa, TX
				3692 (MSN 174-230) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 10Jan53 with T-28 51-7570 during formation flying exercise 37 miles S of Garden City, TX
				3693 (MSN 174-231) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 23Apr53 landing at Woodring Municipal Airport, OK
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 90
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3693. Call sign F-ZJUL
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France May64 to Jun64. Callsign F-SDWD.
					SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14124 26May69; current [Nov15]   Sold to Waco-Pacific Inc of Van Nuys, CA.  To
					Winter Wolff and Co, NY 1969-1972.  To Dessis M. Sherman West Palm Beach, FL 1979  To Joseph F. Keenan, 
					Sunnyvale, CA 1983-1992.   To Bobby Jackson, Houston, TX 2000-2002.  David
					Hill, Bedford, IN 2002-present
					On May 30, 2003, the aircraft sustained substantial damage during the landing roll at the West Houston 
					Airport (IWS), near Houston, Texas. The cross-country flight departed from the 
					Richard Lloyd James Jr. Airport (RVS), near Tulsa, Oklahoma and was destined for IWS. The pilot reported 
					that while landing the airplane touched down at approximately 75 knots. 
					When the nose wheel touched down, there was a "minor high frequency shimmy and he immediately pulled 
					the stick back and the shimmy stopped." As the airspeed bled off, the 
					nose wheel came back in contact with the runway and "tracked straight down the runway." At approximately 
					15 to 18 knots, the airplane suddenly started to shimmy "so bad, 
					he couldn't even see." He stopped the airplane, and then taxied to the ramp to inspect the airplane. 
					Examination of the aircraft revealed the nose gearbox, lower engine 
					cowlings, and nose gear doors were damaged. Further inspection revealed the forward engine firewall 
					was structurally damaged. Examination of the aircraft logbooks 
					revealed the nose wheel shimmy damper was repacked prior to departing RVS.
					On August 14, 2015, the aircraft was substantially damaged during a forced landing near Las Cruces 
					International Airport (LRU), Las Cruces, New Mexico. The pilot was
 					fatally injured and the passenger was seriously injured. The flight departed from Las Cruces and 
					was destined for El Paso International Airport (ELP), El Paso, Texas. 
					About 5 minutes after departing from LRU, the passenger stated the engine lost partial power 
					and the pilot initiated a return back to LRU. The pilot subsequently
 					executed a forced landing into uneven terrain about one-half mile prior to the runway threshold at 
					LRU, which damaged both wings and fuselage.
				3694 (MSN 174-232) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 4Jan55 when the aircraft stalled and spun in landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					SOC May 1, 1955 as crash at Webb AFB, Texas
				3695 (MSN 174-233) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 29Jan59. Departed 20Jul64 and assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 15May70
					Back to MASDC 7Dec71. Departed 30May73 
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 41
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					Intended for Cambodia but not delivered.  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3695/0-13695
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3695/13695 
				3696 (MSN 174-234) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 3Feb54 due to engine failure 7 miles ESE of Colorado City, TX. The crew bailed out
				3697 (MSN 174-235) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 9Dec52 taxying at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC Jul 7, 1958. To reclamation 1Sep58 
				3698 (MSN 174-236) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Mar59. Departed 7Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 104 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Jun64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-44/07 in 1964.
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3698/0-13698. Damaged 1/2Feb67 at Luang Prabang, Laos
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere 1970 as 51-3698/0-13698
					Possibly written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71
				3699 (MSN 174-237) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 33
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct60 as 51-3699
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMH. Crashed 19Jan61, SOC 9May61
				3700 (MSN 174-238) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 7May53 due to engine failure 20 miles S of Webb AFB, TX
					To MASDC 31Aug59. Departed 29Jan65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 131 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Aug65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-57/08 ?.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Dec72 as 51-3700/0-13700
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3406, 1975 
					Registered in Australia as VH-EFU 10Oct62; current [Nov15]
				3701 (MSN 174-239) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 25Sep52 7 miles S of Garden City, TX
				3702 (MSN 174-240) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 24Aug59. SOC 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 101
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3702
					Assigned to ERALA 1/36 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 13Sep67 as 0619
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Nov67, code EAN-122; re-coded 1-A-271
					Converted to T-28P.  Code A-02; re-coded 3-A-202
				3703 (MSN 174-241) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 14Jul58. To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 34
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct60 as 51-3703
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMI. 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0567
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Jul66, code EAN-116; re-coded 4-G-52; re-coded 3-A-221. 
					Accident 2Aug70 near Puerto Deseado Airport, Patagonia, Santa Cruz province
				3704 (MSN 174-242) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 65
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan61 as 51-3704
					Assigned to EALA 3/05.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0568
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-114; re-coded 1-A-263 
				3705 (MSN 174-243) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 17Jun52 due to structural failure at Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 28Jan55 due to engine failure 6 miles S of Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 22Oct55 due to engine failure 5 miles WNW of Tallahassee, FL
					To Southern California Aircraft Corporation, Ontario, CA 
					Assigned to 464th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. SOC 31Mar61
					Bailed to US Army March 1961 as a test support aircraft, Fort Rucker, AL. Last report 15Jun72.
					Registered N74193 to Palo Alto Unified School District, CA; reregistered
					Registered N3705D 19May78; reregistered.  Registered N83705 Jan83; reregistered
					Registered N51705 30Oct02; current [Nov15]
					Damaged 30May10 at Hayward, CA. The pilot intended to land at Livermore, CA but had an indication 
					that the right main landing gear had not extended. Diverted to Hayward and landed without the right 
					main landing gear extended. After touchdown, the aircraft slid to a stop on the right wing tip 
					and tail section. The engine and propeller were not damaged.
				3706 (MSN 174-244) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 23Oct53 when the aircraft collided with T-28 51-3745 on the ground at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Aug59. Departed 9Jul62
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Aug63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3706/0-13706
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3706/3706. W/o 10Aug65. 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 71
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-58/09 Mar 1966.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3706/0-13706. W/o 20May71. Rebuilt
					To Royal Thai Air Force 
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 51-3706/0-13706. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’. Hard landing 9Sep74 at Pochentong AB
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3706/13706 
				3707 (MSN 174-245) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 28Oct52 due to engine failure 4 miles S of Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Dec58. SOC 20Aug58 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Aug 20, 1958 as T28-934
					Registered N8156G 3Mar89; cancelled 30Sep13
				3708 (MSN 174-246) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Crashed 17Jun53 when the aircraft landed short at Woodring Municipal Airport, OK
					Damaged 25May54 when it flipped over after running off the end of the runway during an aborted touch 
					and go at Vance AFB, OK
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Crashed after entering spin Mar 7, 1959.  Both crew killed
				3709 (MSN 174-207)Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Written off 8Feb56
				3710 (MSN 174-248) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 26Aug59. Departed 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 35
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct60 as 51-3703
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMJ. 
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 [Mar63] 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0569
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Jul66 Scrapped 1968
				3711 (MSN 174-249) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 14Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 106
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3711
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0570
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code 4-G-56; re-coded 1-A-276. W/o 11Aug71 
				3712 (MSN 174-250) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crash landed 11May53 due to engine failure 1 mile S of Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Apr60 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 76
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Aug63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3712/0-13712. Damaged Mar/Apr64
				3713 (MSN 174-251) Written off 24Apr56
				3714 (MSN 174-252) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 3Sep53 taking off from Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 9Jun60. Departed 7Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 103
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Jun64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-45/07 in 1964.  
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 51-3714/0-13714. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3714/13714. Stored at Villamor AB
				3715 (MSN 174-253) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 1Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 36
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct60 as 51-3715
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMK.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963] 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0571
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66. Scrapped 1968 
				3716 (MSN 174-254)  Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 21Apr55 10 miles ESE of Garden City, TX
				3717 (MSN 174-255) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 17Aug55 due to mechanical failure landing at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 1May60. SOC 20May65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3718 (MSN 174-256) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Jun60. Departed 10Oct60
					and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				3719 (MSN 174-257) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Damaged 28May53 taxying at Midland Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 7Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 123
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec61 as 51-3719.
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Aug64 to Dec64. Callsign F-SDWO.
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0627
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67, code EAN-116; re-coded 4-G-52; re-coded 3-A-221. 
					Converted to T-28P.  Code A-07; re-coded 3-A-207
				3720 (MSN 174-258) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 1Jun60.  Departed 9Jun65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3721 (MSN 174-259) Written off 19Mar58
				3722 (MSN 174-260) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Damaged 2Jun54 due to engine failure at Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 1Sep54 due to structural failure at Midland Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 1Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58. 
					Returned to USAF as 51-3722, 2Apr62.  Departed MASDC 6Nov64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 125 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25May65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force May65
					To Royal Lao Air Force  1Dec72 as 51-3722/0-13722. WFU Jun73
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3722/13722. Sold 23Apr87
					Registered RP-R280 2May89; cancelled 13Mar90 [no C of A issued].   Registered VH-TRO 15Jun01; current [Nov15]
					Under restoration in Australia as VH-TRO.  Was noted 
					Nov 2002 at Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia.
					This aircraft and 51-3782 were sold by Philippine AF in 1990,
					and one aircraft was constructed out of the best parts of both planes
					and given registration of RP-R280.
				3723 (MSN 174-261) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 27Apr54 due to poor weather 2 miles S of Stanton, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 12Aug59. Departed 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air
				3724 (MSN 174-262) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 4Jun53 landing at Woodring Municipal Airport, OK
					Accident 15Oct53 due to mechanical failure 3 miles SSW of Enid, OK
					Loaned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA. Returned to USAF 15Apr59
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 7Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 102 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. 
					SOC 3Jun64 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force  as B.JF13-46/07 Jul 1964.
					To Royal Lao Air Force Jan65 as 51-3724/0-13724 
					To Royal Thai Air Force. Crashed into field on landing at Chiang Rai Airport and destroyed by fire May 8, 1972.
				3725 (MSN 174-263) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 23Mar59 to 30Nov79
					Registered as NASA 223.  Registered as NASA 502, 1969.  Registered as N502NA 12Jun69
					Donated to Maryland Aviation Historical Society 30Nov79
					Registered as N302NA; C of R terminated, sale reported 25Feb04
					Registered as N302NA 14May04 to Pearson Field Historical Society, later to the Pearson Air Museum, 
					Vancouver, WA;  CofR expired 31Jan15
				3726 (MSN 174-264) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 12Oct53 landing at Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 9Mar54 with T-28 51-7842 and crashed after the crew bailed out 4 miles SE of Garden City, TX
				3727 (MSN 174-265) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 22Feb54 6 miles W of Webb AFB, TX 
				3728 (MSN 174-266) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 14Jul52 with T-28 51-3731 at Laredo AFB, TX
					Crash landed 7Apr55 due to engine failure 10 miles N of Laredo AFB, TX
				3729 (MSN 174-267) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 14Jul52 with T-28 51-3731 at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 18Jun54 due to engine failure 15 miles E of Monahans, TX
				3730 (MSN 174-268) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Jun60. Departed 1Jun65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3731 (MSN 174-269) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 14Jul52 with T-28 51-3729 at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 22Apr60.  Departed 9Jun65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3732 (MSN 174-270) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 4Aug52 when the aircraft collided with T-28 51-3734 when landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 28Mar60. Departed 7Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 101 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Jun64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force in Jul 1964 B.JF13-47/07.  
					Crash landed Jul72 at Battambang AB, Cambodia
					Possibly to Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3732/0-13732 
					Leased to Khmer Air Force 1973/74 as 51-3732/0-13732
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					Back to Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-118/18 Oct 1975.  Preserved at Ubon Ratchathani 
				3733 (MSN 174-271) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 23Jul52 with T-28 51-3761 and crashed after the crew bailed out 15 miles N of Laredo, TX
				3734 (MSN 174-272) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 4Aug52 when the aircraft collided with T-28 51-3732 when landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 12Feb53 35 miles SE of Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					On display at Keesler AFB, MS, painted as 51-3747.
				3735 (MSN 174-273) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 8Jul60. Departed 5Aug62
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 78
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Dec63 and
					assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3735/0-13735
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-3735/0-13735. Lost in Laos 10Jul65
				3736 (MSN 174-274)  Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 18Jul60. SOC 9Jan61 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				3737 (MSN 174-275) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 1Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 37
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct60 as 51-3737
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJML. 
					Crashed 4Feb62 during a weather patrol and routine reconnaissance mission in the prohibited area 
					of Beni Melloul, Aures, Algeria. The aircraft suffered engine failure and crashed along the wadi 
					Fatallah, in a small clearing dotted with large boulders. The pilot was injured during the crash 
					and further injured by rebel gunfire before being rescued by helicopter.
				3738 (MSN 174-276) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crash landed 10Nov53 after takeoff 2 miles S of Laredo AFB, TX
				3739 (MSN 174-277) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60.  To reclamation 26Oct62 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 318
					Written off 10Nov69
				3740 (MSN 174-278) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 14May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 149
					Returned to service and assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 23Jul70 and
					assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force in Aug 1970 as B.JF13-98/13.  SOC 14Aug84. 
					Preserved at Air Technical Training School, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand
				3741 (MSN 174-279) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 14Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 74
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb61 as 51-3741. Call sign F-ZJUM
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Call sign F-SFVJ.
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Mar64 to Jul64. Callsign F-SDWD
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0572
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-103; re-coded 1-A-252. 
				3742 (MSN 174-280) Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 104
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3742. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14141 12Mar68; cancelled 21Jan12
				3743 (MSN 174-281) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 14Mar53 landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 8Jun60. Departed 16May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 150
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Oct65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-3743/0-13743. W/o 10Jul66
				3744 (MSN 174-282) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 3May60. Departed 7Jan64
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 100
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Jun64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-48/07 Jul 1964.  
				3745 (MSN 174-283) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 23Oct53 when the aircraft collided with T-28 51-3706 on the ground at Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 8Feb55 12 miles S of Big Springs, TX
				3746 (MSN 174-284) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 20Jul60.  To reclamation 26Oct62. 
				3747 (MSN 174-285) Assigned to Weapons Division, North American Aviation
					Accident 6Jun52 landing at Downey, CA.  Damaged 11Feb72. Written off 24Mar73
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Loaned to 81st Training Wing, Keesler AFB, MS [current status not known]
 				3748 (MSN 174-286) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 4Nov52 at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO. Reclaimed 16Oct59
				3749 (MSN 174-287) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 8Jun60.  Departed 27Apr65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3750 Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 11Oct52 and damaged by fire landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Written off 9Feb56
				3751 (MSN 174-289) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC.  To reclamation 1Dec58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To PacAero Engineering Corp.  Converted to NA-260 Nomad, line number 3
					Sold to French Government. Converted to Fennec prototype 02
					Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France Oct59
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb60 as 51-3751
					Assigned to Centre d'Expertise Aérienne Militaire (CEAM). Call sign F-SDCW
					Returned to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France
					Modified to standard T-28 Fennec configuration, line number 147
					Returned to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun62 as 51-3751
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Call sign F-SDOA. 
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Apr64 to Nov64. Callsign F-SDWL.  SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67. Registered N14108.  It then 
					went to the Haiti AF as 1245 in 1972, then back on civil registry as N14108
				3752 (MSN 174-290) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 27Aug59.  Departed 12Jan60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 38
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3752
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMM
					Assigned to ERALA 3/37 Jul63. W/o 14Jan64 in France
				3753 (MSN 174-291) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 17Aug53 landing at Scott AFB, IL
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					Accident 10Oct55 due to mechanical failure taxying at Spence AFB, GA
					Written off 8Feb56
				3754 (MSN 174-292)  Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 21May53 landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX. SOC 22Apr59
				3755 (MSN 174-293) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 20Feb53 at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX [1956]
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASADC 7Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 39
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Nov60 as 51-3755
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Call sign F-UJMN
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 [Apr64] 
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0573
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Jul66. Scrapped 1968
				3756 (MSN 174-294) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 26Sep52 when the aircraft hit a bird at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3700th Military Training Wing, Lackland AFB, TX
					To MASDC 10Jul58.  To reclamation 1Sep58 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 103
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-3756. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14142 12Mar68; current [Nov15]
					Forced landing 24Feb88 at Schoolcraft, WI. While the pilot was climbing through 7800 msl he 
					noticed a vapor trail coming from the right exhaust area. The pilot notified approach control that 
					he was returning to the departure airport and they supplied radar vectors. The pilot started a 
					descent and during this time the engine power faded fast. Consequently he decided he was not going 
					to make it back. The pilot contacted approach who then vectored him to a small airport approximately 
					2 miles away. The premature descent also placed the alternate airport out of range. The pilot 
					chose an open field to land in. About 15 ft above the ground the aircraft stalled. It impacted the 
					ground hard on all three landing gear. The nose wheel collapsed causing the aircraft to nose 
					over. Investigation revealed that the #4 cylinder exhaust valve had failed.
				3757 (MSN 174-295) Written off 9Jan57
				3758 (MSN 174-296) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 14Jul53 landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 12Aug59. Departed Feb 1, 1960 assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
					Returned to USAF as 51-3758, 30Aug60.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 74
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Aug63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3758/0-13758
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3758/0-13758. 
					Lost in Laos 14May65 when the Air America pilot was hit in his T-28 during a SAR mission. 
					He made an emergency landing at LS-36, ran off the end of the runway, and flipped over. 
					The aircraft was heavily damaged.
				3759 (MSN 174-297) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC 11Jul60. Departed 24May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 154
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Nov65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965  as 51-3759/0-13759. W/o Jan68 
				3760 (MSN 174-298)  Written off 6Sep55
				3761 (MSN 174-299) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 23Jul52 with T-28 51-3733 15 miles N of Laredo, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 19Jul60. Departed 14Jun65 and transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3762 (MSN 174-300) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 33
					To NAS Pensacola, FL.  SOC 23Dec73 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 26Feb74 as 51-3762/0-13762. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’. 
					Crashed on take-off from Battambang, Cambodia Apr74. Dropped from inventory Apr74
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3762/13762 
				3763 (MSN 174-301) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 21Apr53 at Laredo AFB, TX
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 16
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 26Feb74 as 51-3763/0-13763. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975. At U-Tapao 24Apr75
				3764 (MSN 174-302) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Forced landing 19May53 due to engine failure 15 miles SSE of Cotulla, TX
					Accident 25Sep53 due to mechanical failure landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 30Jun60. Departed 25May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 95
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Dec63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3764/0-13764
					To Royal Lao Air Force  May/Jun64 as 51-3764/0-13764
					Modified with reconnaissance pack, designated RT-28D
					Combat damage 22Dec64 and crashed near Xieng Kouang Ville, approximately 45km SE of Phonesavanh, 
					Laos whilst operating with “Thai Flight, Baxroeng" .  Pilot was recovered.
				3765 (MSN 174-303) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 14Jun60. Departed 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				3766 (MSN 174-304) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC 11Jul60.  To reclamation 26Oct62. 
					Rebuilt as a North American/Sullivan T-28D
					Registered N766NA 4Dec89; current [Nov15]
				3767 (MSN 174-305) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 8Jul60. Departed 25May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 94
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Dec63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3767/0-13767
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 51-3767/0-13767. 
					Possibly written off 24Jan65 at Vientiane-Wattay, Laos. Ammunition accidently fired hit a 
					fuel truck in front of a parked and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				3768 (MSN 174-306) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Apr60. Departed 27May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 97
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Dec63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3768/0-13768
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] May/Jun64 as 51-3768/0-13768. Wreck noted Feb66 at Vientiane, Laos; 
					believed to have crashed during a low level roll.
				3769 (MSN 174-307)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					On 29 May 1953 this aircraft was involved in a fatal mid-air collision with another T-28A 51-7562. 
					Both aircraft crashed at Mesa, Arizona, approx 24 miles North of Williams AFB. Pilots of both aircraft were killed
				3770 (MSN 174-308) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 1Jun60. Departed 27May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 98
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 31Jan64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3770/0-13770
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3770/0-13770.  W/o 12Jul65
				3771 (MSN 174-309) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 6Jul54 landing at Reese AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 17Jun60. Departed 25May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 93
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Dec63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3771/0-13771
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] 1964 as 51-3771/3771
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-67/09 Apr 26, 1966
					To Khmer Air Force as 51-3771/0-13771.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3771/13771 
				3772 (MSN 174-308) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 15Nov53 when the aircraft hit a bird at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 18Apr60. Departed 27May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 99
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Dec63 and
					assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3772/0-13772
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3772/0-13772. W/o 13Jul65
					Modified with reconnaissance pack, designated RT-28D
				3773 (MSN 174-309) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crashed 7Dec53 20 miles NW of Laredo AFB, TX
				3774 (MSN 174-310) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crashed 10Mar55 when the aircraft stalled and the crew bailed out 10 miles SSE of Laredo, TX
				3775 (MSN 174-313) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Forced landing 13May54 due to engine failure 15 miles NNW of Laredo, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 5Aug58.  Departed 15May59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 114
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul61 as 51-3775. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14109 12Mar68; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force
				3776 (MSN 174-314) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 28Aug52 when the aircraft hit a bird at Laredo AFB, TX
					Crashed 27Jan55 due to engine failure and the crew bailed out 40 miles NNW of Laredo, TX
				3777 (MSN 174-315) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crash landed 10Feb53 after takeoff at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 14Jun60. Departed 27May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 96
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Dec63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3777/0-13777
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3777/0-13777. Lost in Laos 24May68
				3778 (MSN 174-316) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 10Mar60. Departed 19May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 88
					To McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] Nov 17, 1963
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				3779 (MSN 174-317) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 7Jun60. Departed 18May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 86
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] Nov 17, 1963
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				3780 (MSN 174-318) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 26Oct62
				3781 (MSN 174-319) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Forced landing 7Oct53 due to engine failure 10 miles SE of Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 19May55 landing at Laredo AFB, TX.  Written off 25Aug59
				3782 (MSN 174-320) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 4Nov52 at Laredo AFB, TX
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 19
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 4Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Dec73 as 51-3782/0-13782.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-3782/13782
					This aircraft and 51-3722 were sold by Philippine AF in 1990,
					and one aircraft was constructed out of the best parts of both planes and given registration of RP-R280.
				3783 (MSN 174-321) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 1May60. Departed 14May63 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 79
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Oct 17, 1963
				3784 (MSN 174-372)  To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 9Jan61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				3785 Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 30Apr53 landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 111
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun61 as 51-3785. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14143 26May69; cancelled 12Nov71
					Damaged by fire whilst being unpacked from shipping crate
					To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti Oct73
				3786 (MSN 174-324) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
					To MASDC 8Apr61. Departed 4Jun63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted Feb 28, 1964 to North American Model 284, designated YAT-28E, prototype number 2, with enlarged tail 
					after experience with 52-1242.  Evaluated by NAA and USAF.  Returned to NAA Jan65 and stored
					Loaned to US Navy Bureau of Naval Weapons, Research Development Test & Evaluation [BUWEPSREP RDT&E] as 513786 
					for evaluation 24Jan66 to 3May66.  Returned to USAF, and 
					assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. SOC 28Aug66
					To MASDC as TA133 Aug 28, 1966. Reclaimed 29Jul68
					Returned to NAA and stored. Fuselage cut in half.  Wings used in restoration of 51-3788
					Registered N2800E as a North American-Rivera YAT-28E, 14May76; revoked 28Jan78, cancelled 20Jul09. 
					Remains noted at Port Hueneme, CA 2014
				3787 (MSN 174-325) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 18Jul60. To reclamation 26Oct62 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 319
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28Jan70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 1970 as 51-3787/0-13787.  W/o 31Jan71
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				3788 (MSN 174-326) Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX
					To MASDC 14Oct59. 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to North American Model 284, designated YAT-28E, prototype number 3 with fuirther modified 
					tail and revised canopy.  First flight Jul64.  Evaluated by NAA and USAF
					Returned to NAA Jan65 and stored
					Loaned to US Navy Bureau of Naval Weapons, Research Development Test & Evaluation [BUWEPSREP RDT&E] 
					as 513788 for evaluation 24Jan66 to 3May66.  Returned to USAF and
					assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. SOC 24Aug66. 
					To MASDC as TA132 Aug 24, 1966. Reclaimed 7Jun67.  Returned to NAA and stored. Wings cut off
					Preserved and on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. Removed from display by 1976
					Sold for restoration to flying condition at Camarillo, CA
				3789 (MSN 174-327) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 26Apr54 when the aircraft hit a bird at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 8Jun60. Departed 16May63 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 83
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Oct63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force in 1963.
				3790 (MSN 174-328) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crash landed 20Nov52 due to engine failure after takeoff 4 miles S of Laredo AFB, TX
				3791 (MSN 174-329) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 72
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Aug63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3791/0-13791
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3791/0-13791
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-68/09 26Apr66. Exploded in mid air over Don Mueang, Bangkok Feb 23, 1971. One killed.
				3792 (MSN 174-330) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 4Nov52 at Laredo AFB, TX
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 77
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Aug63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3792/0-13792
					To Royal Lao Air Force  May/Jun64 as 51-3792/0-13792.  W/o 10Jan65
				3793 (MSN 174-331)  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 75
					Assigned to Hurlburt AFB, FL. SOC 3Jan64
				3794 (MSN 174-332) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 18Jul60. Departed 16May63 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 84
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Oct63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Oct 17, 1963.
				3795 (MSN 174-333) To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 109
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun61 as 51-3795
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 May64 to Nov64
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0624
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67 
					Made the only deck landing on the carrier Veinticinco de Mayo Nov 23, 1969.  
					Converted to T-28P.  Code A-04; re-coded 3-A-204
					Stored 1972 to 1975; final flight Mar78 from Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora to Base Aeronaval Punta Indio; 
					To Liceo Necochea Naval monument as 1-A-250; 
					Displayed in a hangar as 1-A-250 at the MUAN's (Museo de la Aviacion Naval) installation at BACE (Base Aeronaval
					Comandante 'Espora'), located at Bahia Blanca, Prov. De Bueno Aires, Argentina.
				3796 (MSN 174-334) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 73
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Aug63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-3796/0-13796
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-3796/0-13796.  W/o 8Jan65
51-3797/3816		Convair T-29B
				MSN 225/244.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				3797 (MSN 225) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB287 Jun 25, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp, Tucson, AZ 
					Apr 3, 1980.  Broken up				
				3798 (MSN 226) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB217 Jan 23, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp, Tucson, AZ 
					May 30, 1980
				3799 (MSN 227) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB082 Dec 13, 1974.  To Kolar Inc Apr 26, 1977, broken up
				3800 (MSN 228) WFU and stored 1973
				3801 (MSN 229) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB251 May 30, 1975.  To Hillcrest Aircraft Co Feb 16, 1977, registered N87957.
					To XA-HUL with Aerovias Caribe SA in 1978.  WFU in poor condition.
				3802 (MSN 230) transferred to US Navy Jan 29, 1963 as 513802.  Back to USAF and to MASDC as TB241 May 22, 1975.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales, Inc May 2, 1977
				3803 transferred to US Navy Jan 29, 1963.  WFU and stored at MASDC May 1975.
				3804 (MSN 232) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB136 Jan 28, 1975.  To Providence Air Charger Feb 16, 1977, 
					registered N54502 May 24, 1978.  Re registeed N151PA Jul 1978.  Then reregistered N351JD with Pandora Enterprises of
					Davisville, Rhode Island Nov 1984.  Then to Rhoades Aviation Inc of Columbus,
					Indiana Feb 12, 1987.  to Air Cargo Express Internatonal Mar 23, 1990, then reregistered 
					as N148JR at, then to K-Air of Birmingham, MI Apr 1995. Seen at Seymour, IN 
					(Freeman Field) that is obviously being used for parts. It was pretty stripped.
					Painted as Rhoades Aviation.
				3805 (MSN 233) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB199 Apr 14, 1975.  To civil registry with Michael G. Doares of
					Lumberton, NC, registered as N61725 Aug 1, 1977.  Stored Feb 1977 
				3806 (MSN 234) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB185 Mar 31, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp of
					Tucson, AZ Feb 1, 1980 and broken up
				3807 (MSN 235) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB129 Jan 23, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys corp of
					Tucson, AZ Apr 24, 1980.  Broken up
				3808 (MSN 236) to MASDC as TB063 Nov 14, 1974.  To Desert Air Parts May 2, 1977.  Broken up
				3809 converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB224 May 13, 1975.  To Lansing Community College,
					Michigan as N91675 in 1977.  To Quality Concrete Ltd, Grand Cayman Island Jan 1979.
					Stored 1980
				3810 (MSN 238) converted to VT-29D.  To University of Hawaii, Honolulu Community College Jul 2, 1975 
					as N48240.  WFU and used for instructional airframe Jul 1975.  Registration cancelled May 24, 1976.
				3811 (MSN 239) converted to NT-29B with extra dorsal and ventral
					radomes.  Later converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB293 Jun 27, 1975.  Became N91704 with 
					Lansing Community College, Michigan Apr 7, 1977.  Registered to Great Circle Aviation
					of Miami, Florida Feb 26, 1979  Registered VY-LLA Mar 1979.  Seized by US
					Customs at Miami on drugs run.  Registration VY-LLA was illegal.
					Back to N91704 with Florida Aircraft Leasing Corp Mar 27, 1981.  Aircraft was in fact scrapped at
					Fort Lauderdale, FL Jul 1981.  Registration was cancelled by FAA
					Oct 19, 2004 as sale reported 1982.
				3812 (MSN 240) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB279 Jun 23, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp of Tucson,
					AZ Apr 24, 1980.  Derelict May 1987
				3813 (MSN 241) to Air Resort Airlines registered Mar 30, 1984 as N1360D
				3814 (MSN 242) to MASDC as TB130 Jan 24, 1975.  To Hillcrest Aircraft Co May 2, 1977 with N3749V.  Then to
					I. N. Burchinal acquired Mar 1980.  WFU and stored 1989.  Registration cancelled May 1983.
				3815 (MSN 243) later converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB069 Dec 9, 1974.  To N2269A with Carl M. Jones, registered
					Feb 16, 1977.  WFU and stored Feb 1977
				3816 (MSN 244) to MASDC as TB277 Jun 22, 1975.  To civil register as N8049N with Airborne Radio, Inc
					Jun 7, 1979.  Then to N8022B with Air Carrier Transport Jan 13, 1983 and registered
					Jun 8, 1983.  To Cool Air Inc Jul 29, 1992.  Registration cancelled on Sep 26, 1995
51-3817			Douglas YC-129 Skytrain
				Was formerly 41-18656 MSN 6017 converted to YC-47F MSN 43158.  Later redesignated YC-47F-DO.
				Transferred to USN as R4D-8X BuNo 138820
51-3818/3835		Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
				MSN 43565/43582.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3818 (MSN 43565) converted to VC-118A.  To MASDC as CG020 Jan 27, 1975, then to civil registry as N96255, 
					then to HK-1705 (LAC Colombia).  Crashed on takeoff Bogota Apr 29, 1978.
				3819 (MSN 43566) to MASDC as CG052 May 12, 1975  to civil registry as N3496F May 20, 1976, 
					later CP-1338 (Transportes Aereos Bolivar), 
					Crashed on take off Beni May 23, 1978
				3820 (MSN 43567/252) delivered to USAF Jul 30, 1952.  Bailed to Civil Air Transport Inc (a CIA front) Mar 31, 1959.  Possibly
					registered as N6184M (at times).  Appears to have been up to nefarious activities in the 1950s, being noted on 
					West German airfields with spurious tail number 0-13838. Returned to USAF by Jul 1959.  Assigned Mar 31, 1967 
					to 1045th Operational Evaluation and Training Group, Headquarters Command
					Eglin AFB.  To AMARC (PCN CG007) Oct 10, 1974 from first Composite Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.  Declared excess
					Jan 22, 1975.  Bought by Air Sales Inc May 12, 1976 registered N3050F Feb 27, 1978, but NTU.  Bought by Custom
					Air Ltc, Inc Feb 1978 but never received another airworthiness certificate and registration is now revoked.
					WFU and stored Aug 1982. 
				3821 (MSN 43568) to MASDC as CG036 Mar 27, 1975.  to civilian market as N99272 (Global Air, Tucson, AZ)
				3822 (MSN 43569) shot down by Soviet fighter over Armenia Jun 27, 1958
				3823 (MSN 43570) to MASDC as CG032 Mar 10, 1975.  Declared excess Jun 25, 1975.
					To civilian market as N53CP (Ligon Air, Ligonier, IN)
				3824 (MSN 43571/270) delivered 25/09/52 to USAF, to MASDC as CG002 Sep 27, 1974.  Declaree excess Jan 22, 1975.
					Departed May 28, 1976. To Pacific Alaska Airlines 12/05/76, to N666DG for K&C Corp. 4/78, 
					to Mark Air Transport 4/78, 
					converted to DC-6A, to DHL Cargo 1/81, reregistered N105 DH 3/83, to Pacific Air Express (Transport ?) 10/84, 
					to Trans Air-link 3/86, 
					to Servicios Aereos Generales reg. HR-AKT 12/86. wfu scrapped circa 1990.
				3825 (MSN 43572/271) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1952.  To Slick Airways as N11816 Nov 20, 1956, returned to 
					USAF Jan 1, 1958. Was apparently up to some nefarious activities during the 1950s, being noted on West German 
					airfields with spurious tail number of 0-13846.  To MASDC as CG039 Apr 8, 1975.  To Inter Air Leases as 51-3825 May 12, 1976
					but never on their active aircraft list.  To Hamilton Aviation as N2887F Mar 1979.  WFU and stored at MASDC, broken up.
				3826 (MSN 43573) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N203GB, then as N54G (Rubi Inc, Wilmington, DE)
				3827 (MSN 43574) converted to VC-118A, to MASDC as CG018 Jan 24, 1975, then to Bellomy Lawson, Inc of Miama, FL
					as N3492F, then to N96BL (Octavonics, Miami, FL).  This was
					the plane that flew President Nguyen Van Thiew from Tan Son Nhut Airport to
					Republic of China AF Apr 25, 1975.
				3828 (MSN 43575) became N67962 and then reverted to 51-3828.  to MASDC as CG085 Feb 17, 1964.  To NASA in 1965 as
					NASA 28, then became NASA 428, then N428NA May 1969.  To MASDC and
					scrapped in 1982.
				3829 (MSN 43576) converted to VC-118A, to MASDC as Cg017 Jan 10, 1975, then to civil registry as N99330 (Northern Air Cargo,
					Anchorage, AK)
				3830 (MSN 43577) to MASDC as CG012 Dec 20 1974  Declared excess Feb 11, 1975.  To civil registry as N44916.
				3831 (MSN 43578) to MASDC as CG059 May 21, 1975.  Declared excess Sep 11, 1975.  departed Jul 14, 1976 and sold
					by National Auction.
				3832 (MSN 43579) to MASDC as CG028 Feb 24, 1975.  Declared excess Jun 25, 1975.
					to N43870 with Time Aviation Services, Sun Valley, CA
				3833 (MSN 43580) converted to VC-118A.  to MASDC as CG009 Dec 9, 1974.  To civil registry as 
					N1027N (Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK).  Seen retired at Fairbanks IAP May 2008
				3834 (MSN 43581) converted to VC-118A, to MASDC as CG044 Apr 28, 1975.
					then to civil registry as N1036F (Northern Air Cargo,
					Anchorage, AK).  Seen retired at Fairbanks IAP May 2008
				3835 (MSN 43582) converted to VC-118A.  To MASSD as CG001 Sep 24, 1974.
51-3836/3845		Lockheed RC-121C Super Constellation
				MSN 1049B-4112/4121.  Model 1049B-55-84.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Originally ordered by USN as WV-2B, but delivered directly to
					USAF as RC-121C.  Redesignated EC-121C in 1962.
				3836 (MSN 1049B-4112) converted to TC-121C.  To MASDC in 1968 and
					broken up
				3837 (MSN 1049B-4113) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored at 
					MASDC Dec 1969.  Broken up in 1970.
				3838 (MSN 1049B-4114) ditched Nov 21, 1953 San Pablo Bay, San 
					Francisco, CA.  
				3839 (MSN 1049B-4115) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored at
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up in 1970.
				3840 (MSN 1049B-4116) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored at
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up Dec 1969.
				3841 (MSN 1049B-4117) converted to TC-121C, later to JC-121C.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Apr 1969.  Broken up 1970. 
				3842 (MSN 1049B-4118) crashed in rainy weather on a test flight
					Mar 22, 1961, Marysville, CA.  6 killed.
				3843 (MSN 1049B-4119) converted to TC-121C, later to EC-121C.
					WFU and stored MASDC 1968.  Broken up
				3844 (MSN 1049B-4120) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up.
				3845 (MSN 1049B-4121) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up.				 
51-3846/3895		Sikorsky H-19A Chickasaw
				Some converted to SH-19A.  Redesignated UH-19A, HH-19A in 1962
				Sikorsky construction numbers do not have any separators between the model number and the sequence number.
				3846 (MSN 55064) delivered to USAF Nov 10, 1951.  To Italian AF under MAP as MM51-3846, later reserialed MM80124.  
					To Leavesden, UK in 1967 and scrapped c 1968.
				3847 (MSN 55065) delivered to USAF Nov 10, 1951.  To civil registry as N872Z, cancelled Nov 23, 1970
				3848 (MSN 55075) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142436 in 1955.
				3849 (MSN 55076) delivered to USAF Jan 4, 1952.  To Air America as H.9 Mar 16, 1960.  Delivered to USOM/Thailand
					Mar 10, 1961.  Probably given to Royal Thai Border Patrol Police.  Converted to SH-19A, reported as going
					to MAP at Tachikawa, Japan Feb 22, 1962.  Possibly to South Vietnam AF
				3850 (MSN 55083) delivered to USAF Jan 4, 1952. Possibly to Philippine AF 
				3851 (MSN 55084) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142433 Jul 1955
				3852 (MSN 55085) delivered to USAF Jn 4, 1952.  (3rd ARS) rotor hit water while landing on small island off Korea 
					Jul 31, 1952.
				3853 (MSN 55091) delivered to USAF Jan 25, 1952.  To Air America as H.3 Apr 7, 1960 in Laos.  W/o May 26 1960 at 
					Na Nham, Laos when force landed due to mechanical failure and could not be recovered due to guerilla activity.
				3854 (MSN 55092) delivered to USAF Jan 25, 1952
				3855 (MSN 55093) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1952.  To civil registry as N107DA, cancelled Jun 7, 2013.
				3856 (MSN 55094) delivered to USAF Jan 19, 1952.
				3857 (MSN 55095) delivered to USAF Feb 29, 1952.   w/o Jun 10, 1953 after engine failure
				3858 (MSN 55107) delivered to USAF Feb 29, 1952.  (3rd ARS) damaged during rescue in North Korea May 1, 1952.  
					Able to return to base.  Unknown if washed out.
				3859 (MSN 55108) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952 
				3860 (MSN 55109) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142434 in 1955.
				3861 (MSN 55110) delivered to USAF Apr 3, 1952,  w/o Apr 15, 1954 in Marshall Islands
				3862 (MSN 55111) delivered to USAF mar 7, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142435 in 1955.
				3863 (MSN 55112) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952.  To Spanish Air Force (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-15
				3864 (MSN 55120) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142431 in 1955
				3865 (MSN 55121) delivered to USAF Apr 6, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142432 in 1955.
				3866 (MSN 55122) delivered to USAF Apr 3, 1952.  To Royal Thai AF under MAP Jun 16, 1957 
				3867 (MSN 55123) delivered to USAF Ap4 3, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-18
				3868 (MSN 55124) delivered to USAF Apr 3, 1952.  To civil registry as N62256, then N6680C, cancelled Apr 30, 2013.
				3869 (MSN 55125) delivered to USAF Apr 16, 1952.  w/o Sep 18, 1952 in Korea
				3870 (MSN 55126) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1952.  w/o Aug 15, 1952 in Japan
				3871 (MSN 55127) delivered to USAF Apr 22, 1952.  To Air America as H.1 at Seno, Laos Mar 16, 1960.  Delivered to USOM/
					Thailand Mar 10, 1961, probably given to Royal Thai Border Patrol Police.  Reported to MAP at Tachikawa, Japna
					Feb 22, 1962 and possibly to South Vietnam AF.
				3872 (MSN 55134) delivered to USAF may 5, 1952.  Possibly to Philippine AF
				3873 (MSN 55135) delivered to USAF May 7, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-8, later H-08.  Preserved at Area Material 
					Quilmes, Buenos Aires.
				3874 (MSN 55136) delivered to USAF May 15, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-16
				3875 (MSN 55138) delivered to USAF May 13, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-6, later H-06
				3876 (MSN 55139) delivered to USAF May 12, 1952.  w/o Aug 18, 1952 in Texas
				3877 (MSN 55140) delivered to USAF May 16, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-7, later H-07
				3878 (MSN 55141) delivered to USAF May 21, 2952.  to Air America as H-8 at Seno, Laos Apr 7, 1960.  to USOM/
					Thailand Mar 10, 1961, probably given to Royal Thai Border Patrol Police.  Reported to MAP at Tachikawa, Japna
					Feb 22, 1962 and possibly to South Vietnam AF.    
				3879 (MSN 55142) delivered to USAF May 28, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-3
				3880 (MSN 55151) delivered to USAF Jun 2, 1952.  w/o Jun 10, 1953
				3881 (MSN 55152) delivered to USAF Jun 7, 1952.  To Royal Thai AF Jun 16, 1957 under MAP.
				3882 (MSN 55153) delivered to USAF Jun 7, 1952.  Damaged in Tennessee Oct 14, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito
					del Aire) as Z.1C-23 in Mar 1963
				3883 (MSN 55154) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1952.  Possibly to Philippine AF
				3884 (MSN 55155) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1952.  Possibly to Philippine AF
				3885 (MSN 55156) delivered to USAF Jun 4, 1952.  w/o Dec 30, 1953 in Korea
				3886 (MSN 55157) delivered to USAF Jun 6, 1952.  To Argentinian AF as H-4, later H-04.  Noted Oct 28, 1990 in 
					Museo Nacional de la Aeronautica, Moron AFB, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Still there 2007.
				3887 (MSN 55158) delivered to USAF Jun 14, 1952.  w/o Dec 16, 1952 in Texas
				3888 (MSN 55159) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1952.
				3889 (MSN 55168) delivered to USAF Jun 17, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-24 Mar 1963. 
				3890 (MSN 55169) delivered to USAF Jun 24, 1952 ("Whirl O Way").  Flown on first transatlantic helicopter flight Jul 15, 1952 from 
					Westover AFB, Chicopee, MA to Wiesbaden, Germany, arriving Aug 4, 1952 [51 hours 55 minutes flight time, with 
					6 stops in 21 days].
					 Delivered to 9th ARS at Wiesbaden.   Donated to State of Nebraska Feb 4, 1960 and registered as N109DA.  Perhaps 
					ended up with Western Nebraska Vocational Technical School.
				3891 (MSN 55170) delivered to USAF Jun 24, 1952.
				3892 (MSN 55171) delivered to USAF Jun 26, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142430
				3893 (MSN 55172) delivered to USAF Jul 4, 1952.  ("Hop-A-Long") was first helo (along with 51-3890) to cross Atlantic under
					own power.  Flew from Bridgeport, CT to Wiesbaden AB, West Germany via Goose Bay, then to a remote 
					radio station, then via Keflavik then via Prestwick.  Covered 3984
					miles in 51 hr 55 min flying time, but Jul 15, 1952 to Aug 4, 1952 calendar time.  To MASDC 
					Oct 25, 1960 and left there Sep 25, 1961.  SOC Aug 24, 1962 as going to MAP, maybe to Argentina.
					The helicopter displayed as 51-3893 at USAF Museum is actually 52-7587.
				3894 (MSN 55173) delivered to USAF Jul 3, 1952. 
				3895 (MSN 55174) delivered to USAF Jul 1, 1952.   To Italian AF as MM51-3895, later MM80125.  To Leavesden, UK 1967
					and scrapped c1968.
51-3896/3968		Sikorsky H-19B Chickasaw
				Some converted to SH-19B.  Redesignated UH-19B, HH-19B in 1962.
				Sikorsky construction numbers do not have any separators between the model number and the sequence number
				3896 (MSN 55324) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953.
				3897 (MSN 55325) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 7, 1967
				3898 (MSN 55326) delivered to USAF Mar 9, 1953.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-4 Nov 1955
				3899 (MSN 55327) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-5 Mar 1956
				3900 (MSN 55328) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953. MAP, delivered to Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 
					Jan 31, 1963 as 51-3900. WFU 13Jul 13, 1973.
				3901 (MSN 55329) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953. MAP, delivered to Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 
					Jan 31, 1963 as 51-3901. WFU Jul 13, 1973.
				3902 (MSN 55330) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  To MASDC as HB061.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ.  Moved
					to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				3903 (MSN 55331) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 25, 1967.  stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3904 (MSN 55332) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1965, returned to service.  Back to
					MASDC Jun 18, 1967.  Returned to service again.
				3905 (MSN 55333) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  to MASDC.  To Guatemala AF c 1963 as FAG 110.  An H-19 is
					preserved at La Aurora, Guatemala believed to be wearing false marks FAG 100, reported to Be MSN 55393, 51-3927
				3906 (MSN 55346) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.
				3907 (MSN 55347) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  To MASDC as HB089.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3908 (MSN 55360) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.
				3909 (MSN 55361) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953
				3910 (MSN 55362) delivered to USAF Mar 11, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  To MAP
				3911 (MSN 55363) delivered to USAF Mar 17, 1953.
				3912 (MSN 55364) delivered to USAF Mar 17, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1965.  To Hellenic AF under MAP as 51-3912.
				3913 (MSN 55365) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC as Jun 18, 1967.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ, also at Mesa
				3914 (MSN 55366) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3914
				3915 (MSN 55367) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965. To Hellenic AF as 51-3915.
				3916 (MSN 55368) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1967.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3917 (MSN 55369) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1965.  To MAP
				3918 (MSN 55370) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1965.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3919 (MSN 55371) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.
				3920 (MSN 55386) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To MAP
				3921 (MSN 55387) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.
				3922 (MSN 55388) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.
				3923 (MSN 55389) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1953.  Registered as N6873C, cancelled on export to Canada Mar 19, 1959.
				3924 (MSN 55390) delivered to USAF Apr 20, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 15, 1965.
				3925 (MSN 55391) delivered to USAF Apr 20, 1953.
				3926 (MSN 55392) delivered to USAF Apr 25, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3926
					under MAP
				3927 (MSN 55393) delivered to USAF Apr 17 1953.  May have gone under MAP to Honduran AF.  An H-19 preserved
					at La Aurora, Guatemala believed to be wearing false marks of FAG 100 reported to be 51-3927
				3928 (MSN 55394) delivered to USAF Apr 17, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.
				3929 (MSN 55395) delivered to USAF Apr 17, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  Seen at Tucson Airport in 1976.
				3930 (MSN 55396) delivered to USAF Apr 17, 1953.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3930.  Preserved by Soukos 
					Robotics at Larissa, Greece.
				3931 (MSN 55397) delivered to USAF Apr 25, 1953.
				3932 (MSN 55411) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To Mesa
				3933 (MSN 55412) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To Mesa
				3934 (MSN 55413) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 2, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3934 under MAP
				3935 (MSN 55414) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To MASDC.  To Ecuador AF in 1965 as 513935?.
				3936 (MSN 55415) delivered to USAF May 13, 1953.
				3937 (MSN 55416) delivered to USAF May 13, 1953.
				3938 (MSN 55417) delivered to USAF May 13, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 2, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3938 under MAP
				3939 (MSN 55418) delivered by USAF Mar 13, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3940 (MSN 55419) delivered to USAF May 6, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 15, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3940 under MAP
				3941 (MSN 55420) delivered to USAF May 6, 1953.
				3942 (MSN 55436) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1953.  To MASDC May 11, 1965.  Seen in 1962 with a rescue hoist, 
					which makes it an SH-19B.  Converted to HH-19B at MASDC May 31, 1967.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3943 (MSN 55437) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1953.  To civil registry as N1517, cancelled.  DBR when collided with
					wires after engine failure at Tucson, Arizona Mar 19, 1970.
				3944 (MSN 55438) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1965.  To Mesa
				3945 (MSN 55439) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1965.  stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ, also at Mesa
				3946 (MSN 55440) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC as Feb 26, 1965.  To Mesa, then to Chandler 
					Memorial AP, AZ
				3947 (MSN 55441) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  Scrapped 1975.
				3948 (MSN 55442) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.
				3949 (MSN 55443) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC May 11, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3949 under MAP
				3950 (MSN 55444) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To MAP
				3951 (MSN 55445) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.
				3952 (MSN 55460) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1965.  To Royal Hellenic AF as 5139952; noted 
					1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
				3953 (MSN 55461) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  W/o at Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands Oct 22, 1955.
				3954 (MSN 55462) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC as HB066.  stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ,
					also at Mesa
				3955 (MSN 55463) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1967/  Registered C-FLIB, cancelled Feb 16, 1988.
				3956 (MSN 55464) delivered to USAF Jun 21, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3956 under MAP
				3957 (MSN 55465) delivered to USAF Jul 7, 1953
				3958 (MSN 55466) delivered to USAF Jul 7, 1953
				3959 (MSN 55467) delivered to USAF Jul 13, 1953.
				3960 (MSN 55468) delivered to USAF Jul 16, 1953.
				3961 (MSN 55469) delivered to USAF Jul 30, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3961 under MAP
				3962 (MSN 55483) delivered to USAF Jul 28, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1967.  To Mesa
				3963 (MSN 55484) delivered to USAF Aug 29, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1965.  To MAP
				3964 (MSN 55485) delivered to USAF Aug 31, 1953.  To Mesa
				3965 (MSN 55486) delivered to USAF Jul 1, 1953.  To Guatemala AF  in 1963 as 120. W/o Nov 9, 1966.  0-13965
					salvaged at Naha AB, Okinawa 1971l
				3966 (MSN 55487) delivered to USAF Jul 2, 1953.
				3967 (MSN 55488) delivered to USAF Jul 6, 1953.  Damaged Mar 7,  1955 Landing-Enewetak Atoll
				3968 (MSN 55489) delivered to USAF Jul 27, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ, 
					also Mesa
51-3969/4018		Hiller H-23A Raven
				Model UH-12A (United Helicopters)
				3975 in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				4007 (MSN 229) to civil registry as N4254A.  Was at Hiller Museum, San Carlos, California in 2007.  In 2014 was
					at Kalamazoo Museum.
				4015 (MSN 237) currently (Dec 2005) registered N212W.  Noted at
					Henstridge, England Jan 2, 2006.
				4017 (MSN 198) On civil register as N3HK on display at the National Musuem of Naval Aviation at Pensacola, 
					Florida as 128647. 
51-4019/4024		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5313/5318
				to USN as TV-2 BuNo 126583/126588
51-4025/4030		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5319/5324
	`			4025 donated to Texarkana, Texas park Jan 1962.  Still there Mar 2008.
51-4031/4036		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5325/5330
				to USN as TV-2  BuNo 126589/126594
51-4037/4051		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5331/5345
				4038 (MSN 580-5332) preserved at Salem Airfield, Oregon in 1978.
				4041 (MSN 580-5335) to Belgium as FT01 Sep 1951. To Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979, presumed returned to USAF.
					To RAF Spadeadam Ranges, UK Mar 13, 1980.
				4042 (MSN 580-5336). To French AF October 1951
				4043 (MSN 580-5337) to Belgium as FT02 May 1951.  To Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979, presumed returned to USAF.
					To RAF Spadeadam Ranges, UK Mar 10, 1980
				4044/5 (MSN 580-5338/9). Both to French AF October 1951
51-4052/4057		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5346/5351
				To USN as TV-2 BuNo  126595/126600
51-4058/4077		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5352/5371
				4058 (MSN 580-5352) to Turkish AF
				4059 (MSN 580-5353) to Turkish AF
				4060/1 (MSN 580-5354/5). Both to French AF October 1951
				4062 (MSN 580-5356) to Belgian AF as FT03 Mar 1951.  Loaned by them to 
					Dutch AF from Dec 18, 1965 to Aug 1972 as M-59.  Returned
					to Belgian AF Aug 4, 1972.  Stored Koksijde May 22, 1978.  Presumed returned to USAF
					To Vilseck Ranges, WG Mar 28, 1979.  Noted burned at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim by 1986. 
				4063 (MSN 580-5357) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14681.  To Turkish AF May 19, 1955 as 51-4063, 
					wfu Apr 22, 1959 due to unservicability.
				4064 (MSN 580-5358) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14682.  To Hellenic AF as 14064.  WFU
				4065 (MSN 580-5359) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14683.  To Hellenic AF as 14065.  WFU
				4067 mounted on pylons in front of American Legion post 285 in Breckenridge, Michigan
51-4078/4083		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5372/5377
				To USN as TV-2 BuNo 126601/126606
51-4084/4103		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5378/5397
				4084 (MSN 58-5378) to Turkish AF?
				4086/4088 (MSN 580-5380/2). All to French AF December 1951
				4089 (MSN 580-5383) to Belgium as FT12.  W/o Jul 15, 1957.
				4090 (MSN 580-5384). To French AF December 1951
				4091/4093 to Canada
				4091 (MSN 580-5385) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14687.  To Hellenic AF as 14091.  WFU
				4092 (MSN 580-5386) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14688.  Returned to USAF
				4093 (MSN 580-5387) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14689.  To Hellenic AF as 14093.  WFU
				4097 (MSN 580-4391) w/o Sep 18, 1961
51-4104/4109		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-5398/5403
				To USN as TV-2 BuNo 126607/126612
				4109 on display at Tuscaloosa AP, AL.
51-4110/4136		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5404/5430
				4114 (MSN 580-5408) to French Air Force Dec 1951.  Obtained by USAF 32nd TFS at Soesterberg for battle damage repair 
					training in early 1980s.  Transported to LETS in 1985 for use in fire training school.  Current
					status unknown.
				4115 (MSN 580-5409) to French AF Dec 1951.  On display at Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace, france
				4116 (MSN 580-5410) to French AF Dec 1951, later to Turkish AF.  Force
					landing on runway at Bandirma Nov 29, 1984.
				4119 (MSN 580-5413) to RCAF Mar 14, 1955 as Silver Star I with RCAF serial 14684.  To Turkish AF May 14, 1955.
					Crashed in Turkey Jul 27, 1973.
				4120 used for tests successively by Lockheed, Allison Division of General Motors, USAF Wright
					Air Development Cener and the Flight Research Department of the Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory.
					With Calspan converted to NT-33A with F-94 nose and used for variable stability research and simulating
					a variety of aircraft under development. Retired April 28, 1997, at the time was oldest flying USAF 
					aircraft.  Now on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
				4121 (MSN 580-5415) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14685.  To Turkish AF in 1955 51-4121
				4123 to Royal Thai AF as F11-16/12.  SOC Sep 24, 1980 and broken up for spares.
				4125 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed on training flight from K-3 to K-13 Jul 5, 1952.  Pilot killed.
51-4137/4142		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5431/5436
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126613/126618
51-4143/4173		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5437/5467
				4146 (MSN 580-5440) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14686.   To Hellenic AF as 14146.  WFU.
				4151 (MSN 580-5445) to Belgian AF as FT05 Aug 1952.  Loaned by them to 
					Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 8, 1972 as M-42  Returned to 
					Belgian AF Aug 8, 1972.  W/o Nov 18, 1977 when flew into Teufelskopf hill SE of Trier.
				4152 (MSN 580-5446) to Belgian AF as FT04 Mar 10, 1952. Loaned by them 
					to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 1972 as M-43.   Returned 
					to Belgian AF in 1972.  In midair collision with FT26 
					(53-5725) Apr 27, 1977.  Pilot ejected safely.  Other plane
					landed safely.
				4153 (MSN 580-5447). To French AF February 1952, later to Turkish AF
				4154 (MSN 580-5448). To French AF April 1952
				4155 (MSN 580-5449) to Turkish AF
				4156 (MSN 580-5450) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14690.  To Turkish AF May 14, 1955 as 51-4156
				4157 (MSN 580-5451) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14691.  On display at city of Cumberland, Maryland  
				4161 w/o Nov 18, 1954 in fatal accident near Laughlin AFB, Texas
				4171 (48th FBW) SOC Jan 10, 1959 as result of unspecified accident.
				4172 crashed Sep 30, 1960 4 nm S of Aviano AB, Italy
				4173 (MSN 580-5467) named "Yankee Annie" with 492nd FBS, 48th FBW at Chaumont in Jun 1955.
					Noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
51-4174/4179		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5468/5473
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126619/126624
51-4180/4236		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				4180/4233 MSN 580-5474/5527
				4234/4236 MSN 580-5529/5531
				4192 (MSN 580-5486). To French AF February 1952, later to Turkish AF
				4194/4196 (MSN 580-5488/90). All to French AF February 1952
				4197 (MSN 580-5491) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14694.  Returned to USAF.  With Delaware ANG.
					Mishap Oct 17, 1951 at Wright Patterson AFB, OH
				4198 (MSN 580-5492) modified in Nov 1951. Prototype for the planned production examples of the Canadair Model CL-30, 
					T-33AN Silver Star Mk.3, later CT-133. The aircaft fuselage interior was modified with newly designed 
					forgings for the engine support structure to accommodate the larger and powerful Rolls-Royce Nene engine, 
					as well, multiple tailpipe designs were tried out before 
					satisfactory performance was obtained, tasks that proved both time-consuming and expensive. This aircraft received the
					RCAF as Silver Star II 14695, with the “N” suffix in the new designation standing for the Nene powerplant installation. 
					The modified aircraft received the Lockheed and USAF designation T-33-A-NX, while in Canadian test service it was known 
					as the Silver Star Mk.2.
				4200 (MSN 580-5494.  On display in 1979 at Cross City, Florida
				4228 (MSN 580-5522) to Turkish AF
				4229/4230 (MSN 580-5523/4). Both to French AF February 1952
					4230 Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and displayed at the Aeroscopia Museum, 
						Toulouse, France
				4231 (MSN 580-5525) to Belgian AF as FT06 Aug 1952. Loaned by them
					to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 1972 as M-44. Returned
					to Belgian AF Aug 7, 1972.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979.
					By June 2002 was in use as static target at RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range.
				4232 to Greek AF
				4233 (MSN 580-5527) to Belgian AF as FT07 Jul 1952.  Loaned by them
					to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 7, 1972 as M-45.  
					Returned to Belgian AF Aug 7, 1972.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.
					Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 12, 1979.  By June 2002 was in use as static target at RAF 
					Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range
51-4237/4243		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5532/5538
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126625/126626, 128661/128665
51-4244/4287		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5539/5582
				4244 (MSN 580-5539) to MASDC Aug 23, 1966.
				4245 (MSN 580-5540) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14693.  Returned to USAF
				4255 to MASDC May 21, 1964.
				4259 (MSN 580-5554) noted on display at Spokane Municipal Airport, Washington in Jun 1973.  
					Noted at Brewster, Washington bearing serial 529667 in Washington ANG markings.  
				4261 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964.
				4263 modified by Lockheed with twin fins and rudders while being considered for the TV-2 deck landing trainer.
					Now mounted on pylon at K. I. Sawyer Heritage Air Museum, Michigan.
				4266 to Lockheed Burbank Jan 1954.  SOC for spares recovery Mar 16, 1954
				4268 noted in scrapyard at Ascot, England in 1964.  Came from 10th TRW, Mildenhall.
				4272 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 4, 1962 and to French AF under MAP
				4275 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
				4278 w/o Sep 28, 1955 in crash 4 mi NW of Eutaw, Mississippi
				4279 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Oct 25, 1962
					for spares recovery.
				4282 to French AF
				4283/4287 (MSN 580-5578/82). All to French AF April 1952
					4283 crashed near Tours, France Sep 21, 1981.
					4284 to Turkish AF as 4-284.  To TAF Museum, Istanbul
				4286 was on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK, but now dismantled in Hangar 5
51-4288/4294		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5583/5589
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128666/128672
51-4295/4354		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5590/5649.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4299 to MASDC May 31, 1961
				4300 on display in Dyess AFB, Texas museum.
				4301 on display at Vance AB, Oklahoma
				4303 w/o Jun 30, 1953, Dunn, Texas
				4308 w/o Sep 2, 1942, Big Springs, Texas
				4334 w/o Nov 20, 1943 in crash 14 mi SSE of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
				4335 seen on display at Otis ANGB, Falmouth, Massachusetts.
				4340 w/o Aug 17, 1952 near Centralia, Kansas
				4342 to MASDC Dec 30, 1964
				4343 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
				4344 to MASDC Jan 23, 1966
				4348/4350 (MSN 580-5643/5). All to French AF May 1952
					4349 (MSN 580-5644) fuselage preserved at Musee de l"AIr et de l'Espace, Le Bourget, Paris.
					4350 (MSN 580-5645) transferred to Turkey and preserved Feb 2013 at Buyukcekmece, Istanbul.
				4352 (MSN 580-5647). To French AF May 1952
51-4355/4364		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-5650/5659
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128673/128682
51-4365/4424		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5660/5719.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4367 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966
				4373 to MASDC Nov 24, 1964
				4380 on display at Newman City Park, Sweetwater, Texas
				4381 crashed Sep 29, 1961 300 yd S of small village of Vada, Livorno, Italy.
				4382 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England May 13, 1963
				4383 (MSN 580-5678. To French AF as 14383. To Royal Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEX.  W/o Jul 1988
				4384 (MSN 580-5679) to KLu in 1964 as M-50.  SOC May 26, 1972.  In storage National Military Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands
				4385 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 13, 1963 and to French
					AF under MAP
				4386 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Jun 26, 1963 and to Staravia
					at Lasham, England as scrap.
				4395 w/o Dec 11, 1955 near Osan AB, South Korea in takeoff accident.
				4404 (MSN 580-5699) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1961 as 14404, code DT-404.  WFU Dec 2, 1976.
					Used as a decoy at Vaerlose.  Stored at Tistrup AB.
				4406 (MSN 580-5701) mounted on pole in city park on south side of Oelwein, Iowa.  Been there since 1964.
				4413 494th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, Chaumont AB, France. Force landed with 
					engine failure and fire near Chaumont AB 12Oct53. Repaired at Châteauroux AB, France. 
					7373rd Maintenance Group, Air Force Europe, Châteauroux 14Jun55. 3131st Maintenance Group, Air 
					Materiel Command, Châteauroux 1Jan56. The aircraft, piloted by Maj. Howard J. Curran, departed 
					Châteauroux, France for Naples, Italy 23Dec57. Apparently faulty navigational instruments and 
					high winds had caused him to be off course twice over Albania. The aircraft was intercepted by 
					two MiG-15s over the city of Elbasan and directed towards the un-completed runway at Rinas, 
					near Tirana. The plane landed on the runway but because it was still uncompleted or because 
					of a hard landing, the front tire blew off. The pilot was released after interrogation on 9Jan58.
					 Aircraft was moved by road to Gjirocaster. Displayed at the National Museum of Weapons, 
					Gjirokastër, Albania [last noted 2018 in poor condition].	
				4415 rear fuselage noted in 1963 in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
					Front fuselage was mated to rear fuselage of 51-6628 and the composite
					was used for fire pracice at USAF base at Mildenhall, England.
				4418 to Italian AF.  Preserved in Facolta di Ingegneria Aerospaziale
				4419 (MSN 580-5714) to French AF Jun 1952.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.
					Now on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				4420 (MSN 580-5715) to French AF Jun 1952 as 14420.  Crashed at Tours Feb 10, 1981.
				4421 to West German AF as AB-715.  Returned to USAF Sep 1962.
				4422 (MSN 580-5717). To French AF June 1952 as 14422.  W/o Jun 15, 1963.
				4424 (MSN 580-5719) on display in 1977 at Hawthorne Airport, California
51-4425/4434		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-5720/5729
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128683/128692
51-4435/4514		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5730/5809.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4437 crashed at Webb AFB, Texas in 1958.
				4445 crashed near Garden City, TX Jul 1, 1957.
				4447 w/o Apr 6, 1954 in ground accident at George AFB, California.
				4448 w/o Feb 2, 1953 in midair collision with 51-468 3 mi W of Big Springs, Texas.
				4450 (MSN 580-5745) to Royal Danish AF Apr 6, 1961 as 14450, code DT-450.  Converted to ECM.  WFU Aug 30, 1974.
					Cockpit stored at Karup AB, then Vaerlose, Denmark, then
					back to Kaup as cockpit section lnly.  Cockpit section to Vik, nar Gimstad, Norway Jan 15, 2009
				4451 to MASDC Aug 5, 1966
				4455 (10th TRW) crashed Apr 30, 1958.
				4458 w/o Jul 5, 1960
				4462 w/o Dec 2, 1954 in crash 4 mi N of Laredo AFB, Texas
				4463 w/o Jul 14, 1952, Orlando, Florida.
				4469 (406th FIW) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya May 31, 1956
				4470 w/o Nov 13, 1952 at Webb AFB, Texas
				4473 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany aut 28, 1964
					for spares recovery.
				4474 (406th FIW) crashed at RAF Manston Apr 9, 1958
				4476 (526th FIS) damaged Jun 26, 1962 and transferred to 7039th ABW.
					SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Nov 23, 1962 for spares recovery.
				4477 (MSN 580-5772) to KLu for spares use only
				4480 to MASDC as TC038 Oct 19, 1964.  Transferred to Holloman AFB, New Mexico for target range Jun 10, 1975.
				4481 w/o May 15, 1962 Penobscot Bay, Maine.  Pilot killed.
				4486 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed off coast of Korea Apr 7, 1953.
				4489 on display at city of Riverton, Wyoming
				4491 (MSN 580-5786) to Royal Danish AF Jun 9, 1961 as 14491, coded as DT-532.  In Danmarks Flyvemuseum, 
					Helsingor, Denmark as 14491, code DT-491.
				4492 to MASDC.  To US Navy Mar 23, 1973.
				4498 to MASDC
				4500 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
				4502 (MSN 580-5797). Designated ET-33A for calibration work with
					69th Pilotless Bomber Squadron at Patrick AFB, FL and later
					at Hahn AB, (West) Germany.  Subsequently transferred to
					7030th CSW, Ramstein AB and to RAF Mildenhall for 
					disposal Aug 1963.  To French AF as 14502. To Singapore AF as 901; 
					ferry registration was F-BJDH.  Noted 1995 in Singapore AF Museum, Changi
				4503 (MSN 580-5798). Designated ET-33A for calibration work at
					Air Force Missile Center, Patrick AFB, FL and later with 1st
					Pilotless Bomber Squadron at Bituurg AFB, (West) German
					Aug 1954.  Subsequently transferred to 7030th CSW at
					Ramstein AB and to RAF Mildenhall for disposal Aug 1963.
					To French AF as 14503. To Singapore AF (probably as 
					907); ferry registration was F-BJDZ.
				4504 to French AF
				4505 mounted on stick at Tri-County Airport, Hertford Co, NC.  
				4509 (66th TRW) crashed by Aug 25, 1958
				4511 (MSN 580-5806) to KLu as TR-1 in 1952.  SOC May 26, 1972
				4512 (MSN 580-5807) to KLu as TR-2 in 1952.  SOC May 26, 1972.
				4513 to Greek AF
				4514 to Italian AF
51-4515/4524		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5810/5819
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128693/128702
51-4525/4533		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5820/5828.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4528 to MASDC
				4529 to MASDC
				4530 to MASDC Mar 29, 1964.
				4533 (MSN 580-5828) was on display at R. I. Bong MAP, Superior, WI.  In 2007,
					was as Joe Davies Heritage Air Park, Palmdale, CA
51-4534/5109		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
				Redesignated O-1A in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				MSNs did not run in sequence; the ‘missing’ MSNs can be found in the contract batch 50-13xx
				4534	(MSN 21217) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 5Apr51. US Army National Guard – Hawaii. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4534. 
					Accident Laos 24Aug67.
				4535	(MSN 21221) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 11Apr51. US Army National Guard – Hawaii.
				4536	(MSN 21225) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 7Apr51. US Army National Guard – 
					Puerto Rico. Last US Army report 15Feb72. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
					Registered 1972 as N5290G. Substantially damaged when the engine lost power after banner 
					pickup and made a hard landing at Chuluota, FL 27Jan88. The pilot stated that the electric 
					boost pump had been operated longer than normal during the power off glide for banner pickup. 
					After banner pickup when full throttle was applied for climb the engine sputtered and lost power. 
					The nose was lowered in preparation for a landing straight ahead. Altitude did not permit enough 
					time to flare and check rate of descent prior to a hard touchdown in a three point attitude.­ 
					Registration cancelled 4Jan18.
				4537	(MSN 21229) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 3Apr51. US Army National Guard – 
					District of Columbia. Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, Fort Sill, OK. Registered 29Mar72 as N101RL; 
					cancelled 1May74. Fort Hood Flying Club, Killeen, TX. Substantially damaged when the aircraft 
					landed long and lost control at Killeen, TX 14Jul74. Returned to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr76.
				4538	(MSN 21233) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 4Apr51. US Army National Guard – California.
				4539	(MSN 21237) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 10Apr51. US Army National Guard – Colorado.
				4540	(MSN 21241) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 16Apr51. US Army National Guard – Florida.
				4541	(MSN 21245) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 9Apr51. US Army National Guard – Idaho.
				4542	(MSN 21249) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 14Apr51. US Army National Guard – Illinois.
				4543	(MSN 21253) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 9Apr51. US Army National Guard – Maryland. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11041. Accident 23Apr56. 
					Returned to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 199th Aviation Company, 
					Fort Hood, TX. Ferried to Fort Hood Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May67. 
					Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jul67. 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Vinh Long Aug67. 199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Sep70. Turned in to the 611th 
					Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long when the unit was 
					deactivated Sep70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Vinh Long, 
					South Vietnam Mar71 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 6Nov71 as 51-4543. Accident 29Sep72 South Vietnam. SOC 1Oct72.
				4544	(MSN 21257) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 7Apr51. US Army National Guard – Montana. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Pakistan Army Aviation as 51-5100. Displayed outside at 
					Pakistan Army Museum, Rawalpindi, Punjab.
				4545	(MSN 21261) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 7Apr51. US Army National Guard – New York. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1D. Last US Army report 15Mar72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5306G; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged when 
					ground looped and nosed over landing at Skyhaven Airport, Rochester, NH 22Oct78. Exported to Belgium, 
					based at Antwerp 2016. Returned to USA 2017.
				4546	(MSN 21265) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 5Apr51. US Army National Guard – Ohio.
				4547	(MSN 21269) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered to US Army 12Apr51. US Army National Guard – Oregon. 
					Last US Army report 15Jun64.
				4548	(MSN 21273) Accepted by USAF 31Mar51. Delivered to US Army 10Apr51. US Army National Guard – Texas. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, 
					Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Oct70. Accident 12Oct70 South Vietnam. 
					Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Dong Ba Thin 
					for repair and maintenance. Last US Army report 15Oct70.
				4549	(MSN 21277) Accepted by USAF 3Apr51. Delivered to US Army 7Apr51. US Army National Guard – Utah. 
					396th Aviation Company, Utah Army National Guard. Accident 7Jun72. Last US Army report 15May72
				4550	(MSN 21281) Accepted by USAF 5Apr51. Delivered to US Army 16Apr51. US Army National Guard – Virginia. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5247G; 
					current [Apr19].
				4551	(MSN 21285) Accepted by USAF 6Apr51. Delivered to US Army 9Apr51. US Army National Guard – Washington. 
					Delivered to US Army 9Apr51.
				4552	(MSN 21289) Accepted by USAF 7Apr51. Delivered to US Army 18Apr51. US Army National Guard – Wyoming. 
					Last US Army report 15Jun72. Transferred to USAF 27Jun72. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for 
					storage 27Jun72; SOC 3Nov72. Military Assistance Program (MAP) 3Nov72.  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4552. 
					Military Assistance Command Thailand [MACTHAI], Udorn, Thailand. Stored at Udorn, Thailand. Supplied 
					to the Khmer Air Force Jan75 to be used for spare parts only.
				4553	(MSN 21293) Accepted by USAF 6Apr51. Delivered to US Army 11Apr51. US Army National Guard – Arizona. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar69.
				4554	(MSN 21297) Accepted by USAF 10Apr51. Delivered to US Army 10Apr51. US Army National Guard – Arkansas.
				4555	(MSN 21301) Accepted by USAF 11Apr51. Delivered to US Army 12Apr51. US Army National Guard – Georgia.
				4556	(MSN 21304) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				4557	(MSN 21307) Accepted by USAF 11Apr51. Delivered to US Army 12Apr51. US Army National Guard – Indiana.
				4558 	(MSN 21311) Accepted by USAF 14Apr51. Delivered to US Army 27Apr51. US Army National Guard – Iowa. 
					Loaned to Sharpe Army Depot Flying Club, Lathrop, CA from 2Feb72. Registered as N6494 to Sharpe Army 
					Depot Flying Club. Returned to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jul78. Registration N49984 assigned; not 
					taken up. Registered as N9022D; cancelled 14Dec00 on export to Chile. To Chilean Air Force / Fuerza Aérea 
					de Chile Dec00 as 324.
				4559	(MSN 21314) Accepted by USAF 13Apr51. Delivered to US Army 16Apr51. US Army National Guard – Kansas. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Oct70; Named ‘Joyce’. 
					Crashed when the aircraft landed long at Quang Tri, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 8Oct70. 
					Last US Army report 15Jul71. 
				4560	(MSN 21317) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered to US Army 25Apr51. US Army National Guard – Kentucky. 
				4561	(MSN 21321) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered to US Army 24Apr51. US Army National Guard – Louisiana. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 16Jan62 
					as 51-4561; code 3A-CK. The aircraft stalled and crashed to the ground at Krems-Mautern, Austria 16Jul68. 
					Both occupants were killed when the aircraft burst into flames and was destroyed by fire.
				4562	(MSN 21324) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered to US Army 30Apr51. US Army National Guard – Maine.
				4563	(MSN 21327) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5245G. Damaged 10Jan88 
					at Littleton, CO, when the aircraft was landing from a banner towing flight. The turf runway was 
					snow covered and had snow ridges along both sides. During rollout, the aircraft drifted left and 
					the left main wheel climbed the snow ridge. The right wing dipped and struck the terrain. 
					The aircraft cart wheeled to the left and damaged the other wing and came to rest. Substantially 
					damaged 17Apr96 when the landing gear collapsed during a forced landing near Erie, Colorado. 
					The banner became tangled during pickup, which created more drag than the airplane could overpower. 
					The banner opened up like a parachute and rose above the airplane which made the release mechanism 
					inoperable and unable to release. Subsequently, the airplane touched down in a field 
					approximately 1,200 feet beyond the departure end of the runway and was damaged. 
					On September 5, 1998 the aircraft was substantially damaged during landing at Bowman Field 
					Airport (LOU), Louisville, Kentucky. The pilot was returning to land from his third banner flight 
					of the day, and was towing a 25x75 foot banner. He made two attempts to release his banner, but 
					both attempts failed, so he elected to land the airplane with the banner in tow. The pilot made 
					a straight-in approach for the 3,539 foot long runway, and in an attempt to have the airplane 
					touch down before the banner, he executed the approach steeper and faster than normal, but not 
					as fast as he would have liked, because he wanted to get the airplane stopped before reaching 
					an intersecting runway. By stopping before the intersecting runway, the pilot would prevent 
					blocking it while he cleared the banner and airplane from the landing runway. When the airplane 
					was over the runway and approximately 20 feet above the ground, the banner became snagged. 
					The pilot applied full power, but the airplane stalled, and impacted the runway. On December 3, 1999 
					the aircraft was substantially damaged during landing at Akron-Washington County Airport, Akron, 
					Colorado. The right main landing gear assembly separated from the airplane. The airplane settled 
					onto its right wing as the airplane turned left into the wind. Stored at JW Duff Aircraft Company, 
					Greeley, Denver, CO, Mar00. Last noted Jun00. Registration cancelled 6Jun00 on export to Canada. 
					Registered C-GGTE 23Jun00; current [Apr19].
				4564	(MSN 21331) Accepted by USAF 21Apr51. Delivered to US Army 27Apr51. US Army National Guard – Michigan. 
					Last US Army report 15May69. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 4564. 
					Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01; extant Jan13.
				4565	(MSN 21334) Accepted by USAF 21Apr51. Delivered to US Army 25Apr51. US Army National Guard – Missouri. 
					Last US Army report 15May69. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Thai Army as 4565. 
					Sold as scrap by US Army to Thanat Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 
					4Jan10. Global Overhaul Inc (Lafayette, LA) 22Feb10. Registered 30Apr10 as N413FH; 
					revoked 13Sep10; cancelled 1Dec10. Fuselage at Nakhon Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13.
				4566	(MSN 21337) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Feb71.
				4567	(MSN 21341) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 13Aug66. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached 
					to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					15Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May68. SOC 25Feb71 at 
					Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 27Feb71 as 
					51-4567. 110th Liaison Squadron, 41st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang. Ground looped on 
					landing at Hue Citadel 15Aug71. Combat loss South Vietnam 15May72.
				4568	(MSN 21344) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Last US Army 
					report 15Sep70.
				4569	(MSN 21347) Accepted by USAF 25Apr51. Delivered to US Army 28Apr51. US Army National Guard – New York. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jan69 to Dec69. Combat loss South Vietnam 13Dec69. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX.
				4570	(MSN 21348) Accepted by USAF 27Apr51. Delivered to US Army 30Apr51. US Army National Guard – North Carolina. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 16Oct66. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. Shot down by enemy ground fire near Phu Giao 
					in Long Khanh Province, South Vietnam 24Sep68 [2KIA]. The FAC was supporting the 11th Armored Cavalry 
					and flying with a US Army Observer who may have been a member of that unit. SOC 10Oct68.
				4571	(MSN 21349) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Last US Army 
					report 15Jan72. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol - Montana. Registered 1972 as N5240G; 
					current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged when landing gear collapsed during landing at Gallatin Airport, 
					Belgrade, MT 15Apr78. Damaged when ground looped after the left tire blew upon landing at Pembroke 
					Pines, FL 27Dec09.
				4572	(MSN 21350) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Last US Army 
					report 15Oct67.
				4573	(MSN 21351) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 
					aboard escort carrier USNS Point Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 
					20Jun67. Assembled and ferried to Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Jul70. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Jul70. Last US Army 
					report 15Mar71.
				4574	(MSN 21352) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. US Army National Guard. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec72. Registered as N38935; sale reported 3Dec77, cancelled 19Mar13.
				4575	(MSN 21353) Accepted by USAF 30Apr51. Delivered to US Army 30Apr51. US Army National Guard – West Virginia. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Accident 24Feb69, South Vietnam. Non-combat loss 12Apr69. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar69. 56th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Tan Son Nhut, Saigon. Salvaged 17Apr69.
				4576	(MSN 21354) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1G. 185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. Ferried to 
					Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 aboard escort 
					carrier USNS Point Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 20Jun67. 
					Assembled and ferried to Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Jul68. 219th 
					Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug68 to Feb70. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Feb70. Last US Army report 15Aug70. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-4576. Preserved and on display 
					at Memorial Hall for Incheon Operation, Incheon, South Korea.
				4577	(MSN 21357) Accepted by USAF 30Apr51. Delivered to US Army Apr51. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 22Feb62 as 51-4577; code 3A-CL. 
					Stalled and crashed into a field during a low level training flight at Neuaigen, near Tulln-Langenlebarn 
					airfield 23Apr63.
				4578	(MSN 21361) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard - California. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Dec68.
				4579	(MSN 21364) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4580	(MSN 21367) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4581	(MSN 21371) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  
					To Royal Thai Air Force as 4581. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, 
					Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60421. Transferred to Royal Thai Army as 4581. Derelict fuselage noted 
					at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation 
					and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; 
					extant Feb18.
				4582	(MSN 21374) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 5Aug66. SOC 5Mar70 at Sacramento Air Material Area, 
					McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 21Jul71 
					as 51-4582. Escaped from Saigon, South Vietnam to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr75. Royal Thai Army as 4582.
				4583	(MSN 21377) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4584	(MSN 21381) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May72. Transferred to USAF 
					20Jun72. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 20Jun72; SOC 13Nov72. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).
				4585	(MSN 21386) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard - California. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Jan69 to Sep69. 
					Accident 1Sep69, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Sep69.
				4586	(MSN 21391) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4587	(MSN 21396) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul70 to Dec71. Wing damaged; ferried Phu Bai to 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang for repair 21Nov71. The 220th RAC was deactivated 
					Dec71. Last US Army report 15Mar72.
				4588	(MSN 21401) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard - California. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep72. Transferred to USAF 6Oct72. SOC 17Nov72 at Sacramento Air Material Area, 
					McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4588. 
					Military Assistance Command Thailand [MACTHAI], Udorn, Thailand. Stored at Udorn, Thailand. 
					Supplied to the Khmer Air Force Jan75 to be used for spare parts only. 
				4589	(MSN 21406) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 5Aug66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Aug68. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep68. SOC at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 28Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 1May71 as 50-4589.
				4590	(MSN 21411) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4591	(MSN 21416) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 31Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. SOC at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 24Dec69. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 8Apr71 as 51-4591. Returned to USAF at Tan Son Nhut, Saigon 31Jan73. 
					432nd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Udorn, Thailand. In store at Udorn, noted 20Nov73 and 19Feb74 
					in good condition. SOC at Udorn 8Jan75. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force 8Jan75 
					as 51-4591. Returned to US Government by 24Apr75. Noted with Military Assistance Command 
					Thailand [MACTHAI] at Udorn, Thailand.  To Royal Thai Air Force as T2-50/18, 4591. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, 
					Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, 
					Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60422. Recovered by 
					Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. Registered 24Mar92 as VH-OIE. Registered 25Nov99 
					to the RAAF Museum, Point Cook, VIC; current [Apr19]. Displayed at the Royal Australian Air Force 
					Museum, RAAF Base Williams, Point Cook, Melbourne, VIC.
				4592	(MSN 21421) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam May67 
					to Jan68. Destroyed on the ground during the Tet Offensive South Vietnam 31Jan68.
				4593	(MSN 21426) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4594	(MSN 21431) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct70 to Nov71. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Dong Ba Thin when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 20Dec71 as 51-4594.
				4595	(MSN 21436) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4596	(MSN 21456) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 24Jun71 as 51-4596.
				4597	(MSN 21461) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Dec68 to Nov71. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Dong Ba Thin when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 29Nov71 as 51-4597. Escaped from Saigon, South Vietnam to U-Tapao, 
					Thailand Apr75. To Royal Thai Army as 4597. To Royal Thai Navy 1975 as 303, later as 1303. 
					WFU and stored at RTN U-Tapao, Rayong. Stored at Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) site by Jan13. 
					Moved to U-Tapao camping beach area by Aug16.
				4598	(MSN 21466) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 
					51-4598. Accident 4Sep72.
				4599	(MSN 21471) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. 
					Last US Army report 15Jan72. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5269G; 
					current [Apr19].
				4600	(MSN 21476) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army National Guard – Missouri. 
					129th Field Artillery Regiment. The aircraft crashed on a Missouri River dike near Amazonia 
					shortly after departing Rosecrans Field 3Dec54 [2KIS]. Pilot appeared to be attempting an 
					emergency landing, flying at tree-top level, when the left wing struck a tree, flopped to the 
					right and right wing sheared off. The aircraft continued approximately 300' and struck another 
					tree about 15' high, separating the tail; the aircraft fell to the ground and caught fire.
				4601	(MSN 21481) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Dec68 
					to Jun70. Turned in to the 79th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, 
					Phu Yen Province when the unit was deactivated Jul70. 220th Aviation Company Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, South Vietnam Jul70 to Dec71. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation 
					Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Feb72. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-4601. Preserved and on 
					display at Naktonggang Victory Memorial Museum, Daegu, South Korea.
				4602	(MSN 21486) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4603	(MSN 21488) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4604	(MSN 21489) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4605	(MSN 21490) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4606	(MSN 21491) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 11Oct66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, South Vietnam Sep67. Cam Ranh Bay, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 22May70 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Air Force 22May70 as T2-13/13, 4606. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, 
					Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, 
					Prachuap Khiri Khan; code 53125. Recovered by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
					Registered 13Nov91 as VH-LRE; current [Apr19]. The aircraft has been placed on display on loan 
					by its owner at Temora Aviation Museum, NSW.
				4607	(MSN 21492) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4608	(MSN 21493) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Aviation Company, Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Ferried to Fort Sill Jun67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Aug67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to 
					South Vietnam Sep67; arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Phu Hiep Oct67. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Oct67 to Jul70. Turned in to the 79th 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province when 
					the unit was deactivated Jul70. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul70 to Dec71. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 51-4608.
				4609	(MSN 21494) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					199th Aviation Company, Fort Hood, TX. Ferried to Fort Hood Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jul67. 765th 
					Transportation Battalion, Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Vinh Long Aug67. 199th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Sep70. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Sep70. 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit 
					was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 12Nov71 as 51-4609. 112th Liaison Squadron, 23rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air 
					Division, Nha Trang; code PK.
				4610	(MSN 21495) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4611	(MSN 21496) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G.
					 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun70 to Dec71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam 
					Air Force 18Dec71 as 51-4611. Accident South Vietnam 7Nov73.
				4612	(MSN 21497) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb72.
				4613	(MSN 21498) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				4614	(MSN 21499) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4615	(MSN 21500) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4616	(MSN 21501) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard - Kentucky. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr72. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5254G. 
					Registered as N143J. Registered as N143P; cancelled as destroyed 5May05.
				4617	(MSN 21502) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army Reserves. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Jan69. Combat loss, South Vietnam 31Jan69.
				4618	(MSN 21503) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4619	(MSN 21504) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4620	(MSN 21505) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Jun70. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Jun70. Last US Army report 15Aug70.
				4621	(MSN 21506) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep72.
				4622	(MSN 21507) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4623	(MSN 21508) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 567th Field Artillery 
					Battalion. Crashed at Frickenhofen enroute from Schwäbisch Hall to Schwäbisch Gmünd, West Germany 
					8Nov54 [1KIS].
				4624	(MSN 21509) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 17th Field Artillery Battalion, Korea. 
					Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				4625	(MSN 21510) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 3Jun59 as 51-4625; code 3A-CB. SOC Jun79. 
					Registered OE-CCB to Fliegergruppe Rot-Weiss-Rot Jun79. Returned to Austrian Air Force / Österreichische 
					Luftstreitkräfte Apr86. Stored at Tulln-Langenlebarn AFB. Sold Nov97. Registration D-ECII reserved 26Oct98. 
					Registered 16Jul07 as D-ECII; current [Feb17].
				4626	(MSN 21511) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4627	(MSN 21512) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1D. Last US Army report 15Oct75. Registered 1972 
					as N100RL; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged landing at Overton, NV 19Nov78. Pilot and 
					passenger developed headaches during flight; paint stripper had been used previously on aircraft. 
					Stored at JW Duff Aircraft Company, Greeley, Denver, CO, 1993. Registered 1Dec93 to JW Duff. 
					Last noted Aug07. Current at Coleman, TX.
				4628	(MSN 21513) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 
					as N5172G; cancelled 1Apr13. Substantially damaged at North Myrtle Beach, SC 12Jul83. The aircraft 
					stalled into an inland waterway shortly after takeoff for a banner towing flight. The pilot 
					reported he had just refuelled and made a takeoff. He was on the crosswind leg of the traffic 
					pattern when the accident happened. He stated that he encountered turbulence and a severe 
					downdraft which made it impossible to climb even at full power. However a witness stated that 
					the aircraft just made a low pass over a sign on the right side of runway 23. After the low pass 
					the aircraft made a sharp turn at 50 to 75 ft agl and stalled into the water.
				4629	(MSN 21514) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4630	(MSN 21515) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5288G. Substantially damaged when ground 
					looped during landing on a grass runway at Toughkenamon, PA 2Jun85. Registered 12Jul91 as N615JC; 
					cancelled 8Apr13. Registration restored 11Mar14; current [Apr19]. 
				4631	(MSN 21516) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct70.
				4632	(MSN 21517) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4633	(MSN 21518) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4634	(MSN 21519) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam 
					Dec67 to Sep70. Turned in to the 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vinh Long when the unit was deactivated Sep70. Last US Army report 15Mar71.
				4635	(MSN 21520) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May71. Fort Rucker, 
					Daleville, AL. Sold by US DoD as scrap 22Dec71. Registered 9Jan04 as N4622; cancelled 13May11 on 
					export to Australia. Registered 26May11 as VH-OIA; current [Apr19].
				4636	(MSN 21521) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard – California.
				4637	(MSN 21522) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11055. Accident 14May73.
				4638	(MSN 21523) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, 
					Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Dec68. Damaged by mortar attack Dec68. Turned in to the 
					608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Dong BA Thin for repair and 
					maintenance Dec68. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Oct69 to Mar70. Accident 2Mar70, South Vietnam.
				4639	(MSN 21524) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4640	(MSN 21525) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Registered as N62236. 
					Registered to the George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL 25Apr74; cancelled as destroyed 19Aug92.
				4641	(MSN 21526) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5252G. Registered as N54DH; cancelled 27Oct14.
				4642	(MSN 21527) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4643	(MSN 21528) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Appeared in the Howard Hughes 1952 
					film 'One Minute to Zero' filmed at Fort Carson, Colorado.
				4644	(MSN 21529) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11081. Registered 1981 as N5075S; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged 
					when the pilot ground looped the airplane during landing at llano, TX 21Oct16. He reported that 
					during the landing roll in cross wind conditions, he was unable to maintain control of the airplane. 
					The airplane veered to the left and exited the runway. It sustained substantial damage to the right 
					aileron and right elevator.
				4645	(MSN 21530) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) Headhunter, South Vietnam Sep66 to Feb67. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar67 to Mar70. 
					21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Apr70 
					to Nov71. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai 
					when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force 14Dec71 
					as 51-4645.
				4646	(MSN 21531) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov68 
					to Mar69. Combat loss 21Mar69, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar69.
				4647	(MSN 21532) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11029.  To Royal Thai Army as 4647. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
					Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom by Nov10; 
					extant Apr18.
				4648	(MSN 21533) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11082. Registered 24Jun75 as N48149; cancelled. Damaged when the aircraft 
					struck a fence during a forced landing caused by fuel contamination at Kenosha, WI 23Jan86. Registration 
					restored Sep92. Registered 8Apr93 as N400JH. Reregistered 31Oct94 as N826AF. Reregistered 5Jul05 as 
					N533PE; current [Apr19].
				4649	(MSN 21534) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled 
					from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets 
					Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 31Jul68 as 51-4649; 
					code CE-T. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 5Aug68. Operated by the Norwegian Army 
					Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Damaged whilst performing several hard 'touch-and-go' 
					landings at Værnes 1Dec72. Torp 29Jul76. TDY to Sola, Stavanger. Damaged when the aircraft tipped 
					over whilst performing landing exercises at Lista Air Station 16Aug76. Dismantled and transported 
					by road to Horten 6Dec76. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. 
					Transported back to Torp 4Jan78, assembled, weighed and test flown. Flown to Værnes. 
					Standing Detachment, Medium Field Artillery Battalion, Brigade N, Bardufoss 2Jan87. Written off 
					during night landing training at Bardufoss, Norway 14Sep89. At the fifth landing, the pilot lost 
					the braking effect on the left wheel, so that the aircraft ground looped from the runway and crashed. 
					SOC 14Sep89. The aircraft was taken out of service but received a new landing gear. Luftforsvarets 
					Tekniske Skolesenter, Kjevik as ground instructional airframe 10Nov89.
				4650	(MSN 21535) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr71.
				4651	 (MSN 21536) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard - Oklahoma. 
					Registered 1973 as N26848. Last US Army report 15Nov79. Registered as N2684P; sale reported 1Dec86, 
					cancelled 23Aug12. Preserved and on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.
				4652	(MSN 21537) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4653	(MSN 21538) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 31Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. SOC 24Dec69 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 24Dec69 as 51-4653. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Shot down near Ban Na in the southwest 
					edge of the Plaine des Jarres, Laos 11Feb71 during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao 
					in the war against the Pathet Lao communist forces [1KIA].
				4654	(MSN 21539) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				4655	(MSN 21540) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec67. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Air Force as T2-11/xx, 4655. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, 
					Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, 
					Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60412.
				4656	(MSN 21541) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 16Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jan69. SOC 1Jul69 at Nha Trang, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force Jul69 as 51-4656.
				4657	(MSN 21542) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in 
					Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. Returned to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 
					15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA.
				4658	(MSN 21543) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Europe (USAREUR). 
					Last US Army report 15May70.
				4659	(MSN 21544) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4660	(MSN 21545) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4661	(MSN 21546) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Transferred to USAF 21Oct66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, South Vietnam 8Dec66. 19th Tactical Air 
					Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep67. Accident 18Apr68 at Vung Tau, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, South Vietnam. 
					SOC 7May71 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air 
					Force 8May71 as 51-4661. Accident 28Jul72, South Vietnam.
					[VH-XVB is registered with MSN 21546 but is believed to be 51-11976]
				4662	(MSN 21547) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Army Aviation School, 
					Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
					Registered 1972 as N5173G; expired 30Sep13, cancelled 5May15. Destroyed when the aircraft stalled 
					and spun in during a steep climb out at Jean, NV 14Feb88 [2 killed]. Witnesses observed the aircraft 
					enter a 45 degree climb attitude on liftoff, climb to about 200 ft agl, then enter a left turn. 
					It appeared to stall, a wing dropped and the nose fell through to impact 100 yds left of the runway. 
					Flaps were found set at 60 degree versus a maximum 30 degree setting specified on the cockpit placard.
				4663	(MSN 21548) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Apr71. Battle damage to right wing main spar; 
					spar replaced. Crashed during the landing rollout at Dong Ha, South Vietnam 6Apr71. Last US Army 
					report 15May71.
				4664	(MSN 21549) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4665	(MSN 21550) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4666	(MSN 21551) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 13Oct66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, South Vietnam 8Dec66. 19th Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Feb68. 
					SOC 12Apr71 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam.  Military Assistance Program (MAP).  to South Vietnam Air Force 
					12Apr71 as 51-4666.
				4667	(MSN 21552) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4668	(MSN 21553) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4669	(MSN 21554) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4670	(MSN 21555) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Air Section, 196th Field Artillery Battalion, X Corps, 
					Eighth US Army, South Korea. Loaned to USAF. Crashed and destroyed after a collision with 
					North American T-6F 44-82544 at approximately 4,000ft AGL over Inje AB [K-51], Korea 14Dec51 [2KIA].
				4671	(MSN 21556) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4672	(MSN 21557) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1005, later as 11005. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai 
					Army as 4672. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, 
					Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. 
					Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Feb18.
				4673	(MSN 21558) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Sep70. Turned in to the 611th Transportation Company (DS), 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Mar71 to Dec71. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 
					15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 51-4673.
				4674	(MSN 21559) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4675	(MSN 21560) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR).
				4676	(MSN 21561) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4677	(MSN 21562) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11099. Registered 1981 as N5073U; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged 
					when ground looped on landing at Greenwood County Airport, Greenwood, SC 27Jan02. The flight departed 
					Rock Hill, South Carolina. According to the pilot, immediately following his three-point, full stall 
					touchdown, the aircraft began a wide right veer that no amount of left rudder input seemed to 
					neutralize. The left tire scrubbed until it was peeled off the wheel, the wheel broke, the left 
					wing tip and left horizontal stabilizer contacted the ground, and the aircraft came to rest on the 
					runway's right edge, pointed opposite to the landing direction.
				4678	(MSN 21563) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Last US Army 
					report 15Feb69 awaiting or undergoing maintenance. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao 
					Air Force as 51-4678. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained 
					by Air America at Udorn, Thailand.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1971 as T2-20/14, 4678. 71 Squadron, 
					Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. Written off Sep79.
				4679	(MSN 21564) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4680	(MSN 21565) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4681	(MSN 21566) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Recovered 1989 
					from Bien Hoa, Vietnam by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia.
				4682	(MSN 21567) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Aviation Company, Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Ferried to Fort Sill Jun67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Aug67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to 
					South Vietnam Sep67; arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Phu Hiep Oct67. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Oct67 to Aug68. 3rd Platoon. Substantially 
					damaged in Viet Cong mortar and rocket attack at Phu Hiep 4Aug68. Turned in to the 79th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province for repair Aug68; 
					returned to operations. Turned in to the 79th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province when the unit was deactivated Jul70. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Jul70. Vinh Long, 
					South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam 
					Air Force 3Nov71 as 51-4682.
				4683	(MSN 21568) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4684	(MSN 21569) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Dec67 to Oct68. Turned into the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Dong Ba Thin Oct68. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Apr70. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated. Last US Army report 15Sep72.
				4685	(MSN 21570) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4686	(MSN 21571) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				4687	(MSN 21572) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4688	(MSN 21573) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
					Registered 1973 as N5213G; current [Apr19]. The Bird Dog and a Burkhart Grob G103C glider, N103VT, 
					were destroyed after collision with terrain during takeoff from Warren Sugarbush Airport, 
					Warren, VT 5Oct98. The airplanes were involved in a glider tow operation. The glider rear 
					canopy had opened and the person in the rear seat extended an arm toward the open canopy. 
					At the same time, the glider pitched up rather steeply and the arm returned inside the glider. 
					With the canopy still open, the glider reduced its pitch but remained on high tow. This effort to 
					close the canopy occurred at least three times with the glider going higher and higher. 
					Toward the end of the runway, the tow plane began to descend then pitch up once or twice then 
					descend and impact the ground. As the tow plane impacted the ground, the glider, which was much 
					higher and still on the tow rope, continued forward and climbing and the tow rope became almost 
					vertical which separated from the glider and fell in a pile by the tow plane. The glider 
					continued beyond the tow plane, rolled left to the inverted position and impacted the ground. 
					The Cessna came to rest inverted, and the Grob struck the ground approximately 30 degrees past 
					vertical and also came to rest inverted. Substantially damaged at Westerly, Rhode Island 2Aug17. 
					The pilot was returning from a sightseeing trip and lined up with the runway for a crosswind 
					landing. A strong gust of wind occurred after touchdown and the pilot was unable to keep the 
					aircraft on the runway. The right main wheel departed the runway and continued to pull the 
					aircraft into the grass. While bouncing on the rough surface, the left main landing gear 
					snapped into three pieces, causing the aircraft to slide on its fuselage and the propeller 
					to strike the ground.
				4689	(MSN 21574) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4690	(MSN 21575) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 503rd Aviation Company, 
					Hanau, West Germany. Last US Army report 15May69.
				4691	(MSN 21576) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4691. Accident 3Oct67, Laos.
				4692	(MSN 21577) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Accident Korea 28Dec51.
				4693	(MSN 21578) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G Oct70. Stored at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX. Last US Army 
					report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Thai Army 
					as 4693.
				4694	(MSN 21579) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 17Jul71 as 51-4694.
				4695	(MSN 21580) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 
					15Jun71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol - California. Registered 12Aug71 as N5191G; 
					cancelled 7May81. After departure from Chico, CA 11Aug79 the aircraft failed to recover from an 
					acrobatic manoeuvre at tree top level at Hamilton City, CA. Destroyed by a post crash fire.
				4696	(MSN 21581) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4697	(MSN 21582) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1006, later as 11006.
				4698	(MSN 21583) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Nov63.
				4699	(MSN 21584) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 3400th Maintenance Group, Far East Air Material 
					Command, Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan. Rebuilt by FEAMCOM 29Feb55. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11092. To Royal Thai Army as 4699. Derelict fuselage 
					noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chaisri, 
					Nakhon Pathom by Nov10; extant Apr18.
				4700	(MSN 21585) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Force landed 1956 while 
					on local flight from Ludwigsburg-Pattonville AAF, West Germany and landed on a highway near 
					Ludwigsburg; minor damage. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Vinh Long, South Vietnam Dec70 to Jul71. Accident Vietnam 24Jul71.
				4701	(MSN 21586) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Damaged fuselage 
					bought at DoD sale at Sharpe AD c1959/60. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Damaged fuselage sold and 
					believed to have been used in construction of Cessna Model 305A, MSN AH1001, registered as N708AH. 
					May also have been used in subsequent build of Cessna Model 305A, MSN 21586VH, registered as N305HA.
				4702	(MSN 21587) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4703	(MSN 21588) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4704	(MSN 21589) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4705	(MSN 21590) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4706	(MSN 21591) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun70 to Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Crashed following engine failure at Cheo Reo, 
					Phu Bon Province, South Vietnam 26Oct71.
				4707	(MSN 21592) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug72 
					at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 4707.
				4708	(MSN 21593) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep66 to Dec71. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation 
					Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Apr72. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of China Army Aviation as 51-4708; code 9303.
				4709	(MSN 21594) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4710	(MSN 21595) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66 
					to May70. Crashed on landing at Loc Ninh, South Vietnam 4May70. Last US Army report 15Apr70.
				4711	(MSN 21596) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 14Aug66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6250th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Mar68. SOC 12Apr71 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 12Apr71 as 51-4711. Accident 21Feb73, South Vietnam.
				4712	(MSN 21597) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Crashed at Camp St Barbara, 30 miles north of 
					Uijongbu, South Korea 2Oct54 [2KIS]. Six L-19s were performing a formation flight demonstration 
					at an altitude of 100' above a reviewing stand at Camp St Barbara. The formation was divided into 
					two groups of three planes with second group flying three seconds behind the first. Lead aircraft 
					of #1 section pulled up straight ahead, while the wing planes pulled up and to the right and left 
					respectively. The #2 section followed the same pattern. Lead aircraft of #2 section pulled up into 
					the lead plane of #1 section causing the lead plane of #2 section to fall and spin to the ground. 
					Lead plane of #1 section was crippled and made an emergency landing. No rehearsal was performed 
					prior to the accident.
				4713	(MSN 21598) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA.
				4714	(MSN 21599) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4715	(MSN 21600) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11034. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, 
					Civil Air Patrol – Hawaii. Registered 14Jul80 as N5074B. Glider towing assembly installed Nov84. 
					Sold by CAP 24Aug87. Damaged when a nut fell off a bolt retaining the right landing gear leg which 
					then collapsed while taxying at Mokuleia, Waialua, HI 3Jan90. Hawaiian Historical Aviation Foundation, 
					Dillingham Airfield, Waialua, HI 27Dec96. Registered 5May97 to the Hawaiian Historical Aviation 
					Foundation. Military Aviation Museum of The Pacific, Honolulu, HI 30Apr02. Registered 17Jun02 to 
					the Military Aviation Museum of The Pacific. Registration N5074B current with private owner in 
					Tennessee [Apr19].
				4716	(MSN 21601) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep70.
				4717	(MSN 21602) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11014. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 4717. 
					Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation 
					for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, 
					Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Feb18.
				4718	(MSN 21603) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Transferred to USAF 12Jul66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron, 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Aug68. Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan70. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan70. SOC at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 
					3May71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 3May71 as 51-4718. 
					Accident 7Dec73 South Vietnam.
				4719	(MSN 21604) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Republic of 
					Korea Army as 51-4719. Displayed at the entrance to 4th North Korean Infiltration Tunnel, 26km 
					northeast of Yanggu, Gangwon-do, South Korea.
				4720	(MSN 21605) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire May58 as L.12-13. Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), 
					Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. Escuadrón 99, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid 1959. Escuadrón 402, Torrejón de Ardoz, 
					Madrid 1965. Escuadrón 407, Tablada, Sevilla 14Jun66; code 407-4. Reserialled 19Apr78 as U.12-13. 
					WFU 12Nov80. Registered 19May82 as EC-DQZ; cancelled before May12. Crashed following engine 
					failure on take-off from Jerez de La Frontera, Cádiz, Andalucía, Spain 7Jul91. Wreckage stored 
					at Sevilla by Sep93.
				4721	(MSN 21606) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun70 
					to Mar72. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Republic of China Army Aviation 
					as 51-4721, code 9304. Preserved and on display at Tainan AFB, Taiwan marked as ‘51-5133’, code 9304.
				4722	(MSN 21607) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4723	(MSN 21608) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4724	(MSN 21609) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4725	(MSN 21610) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4726	(MSN 21611) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jul72.
				4727	(MSN 21612) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-4727. Preserved and on display at Korean War Memorial, Busan, South Korea.
				4728	(MSN 21613) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire May58 as L.12-9. Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), 
					Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. Escuadrón 99, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid 1959; code 99-9. 
					Crashed at Echedeiría, Spanish Morocco 30Apr63.
				4729	(MSN 21614) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Crashed at Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, AZ 15Jul58.
				4730	(MSN 21615) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4731	(MSN 21616) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Mar72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5296G; current [Apr19]. Damaged when it 
					encountered a thunderstorm while towing a banner. Landed on a beach and tipped up at Garden City, SC 22Jul83.
				4732	(MSN 21617) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct63.
				4733	(MSN 21618) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4734	(MSN 21619) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4735	(MSN 21620) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4736	(MSN 21621) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct70 to Jul71. Substantially damaged during practice landing at Phu Bai, Hue, Thua 
					Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 9Jul71. Last US Army report 15Jul71.
				4737	(MSN 21622) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4738	(MSN 21623) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4739	(MSN 21624) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4740	(MSN 21625) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11015. Written off 5Jun57.
				4741	(MSN 21626) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 25Oct66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Provisional, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam. 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan68. Destroyed in Viet Cong mortar and rocket attack at Hue airport, 
					Vietnam 1Feb68. SOC 3Feb68.
				4742	(MSN 21627) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11025. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Thai Army as 4742. 
					Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95. Jesada Technik Museum, 
					Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom by Nov10; extant Apr18.
				4743	(MSN 21628) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4744	(MSN 21629) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4745	(MSN 21630) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4746	(MSN 21631) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Feb69. 
					Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Jul71. 
					Accident 14Jul71, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Jun71.
				4747	(MSN 21632) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4748	(MSN 21633) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam 
					Dec67 to Aug70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 3Nov71 as 51-4748. 112th Liaison Squadron, 23rd Tactical Wing, 
					3rd Air Division, Nha Trang; code PE. Royal Thai Air Force as 4748. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, 
					Prachuap Khiri Khan; code 53188. Recovered by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
					Registered 16Jul91 as VH-LPV; current [Apr19].
				4749	(MSN 21634) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Republic of Korea 
					Air Force as 51-4749. Preserved and on display at Ihyeon, South Korea.
				4750	(MSN 21635) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol - California. Registered 12Aug71 as N5196G; cancelled 10Dec82. 
					Destroyed 26Sep82 when during a search mission the aircraft was seen to turn, then apparently slow 
					or pause and then disappear inverted into high trees. The aircraft struck trees with the right wing 
					while in a canyon and was destroyed by the post-impact fire.
				4751	(MSN 21636) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam May67 to Apr71. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Dong Ba Thin Apr71. Last US Army report 15Apr71.
					Conflict:
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of Korea Army as 51-4751 for use in South Vietnam. 
					SOC Jan71. Salvaged due to extensive corrosion in the tail section.
				4752	(MSN 21637) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11030. Registered 1982 as N5074Z; current [Apr19]. 
					Substantially damaged when it ground looped in a gusty crosswind during a spot landing contest at 
					Keokuk, IA 23Jul91.
				4753	(MSN 21638) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				 	(MSN 21639) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Eighth Army, Korea. Loaned to Royal Air Force 
					Jan52. No RAF serial issued, flew as 14754.  No.1913 Light Liaison Flight. Acquired after the 
					Auster personal transport of Major General James Cassels crash landed. Returned to US Army after 
					the armistice Jul53.
				4755	(MSN 21640) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4756	(MSN 21641) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Maintenance at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Oct68 
					to May69. Last US Army report 15May69. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 4756. 
					Vietnam Veteran Museum, Kanchanaburi by May03.
				4757	(MSN 21642) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4758	(MSN 21643) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4759	(MSN 21644) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug62.
				4760	(MSN 21645) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5207G; cancelled 24Apr18. Substantially 
					damaged at Show Low Regional Airport, AZ 23Sep15 when the pilot failed to maintain directional 
					control during landing in quartering tailwind conditions. After touchdown, the pilot attempted 
					to correct with the rudder and ailerons, but the airplane veered to the left and exited the 
					runway surface. During the runway excursion the right main landing gear collapsed and the right wing 
					impacted the terrain. The right wing sustained substantial damage.
				4761	(MSN 21646) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					21st Aviation Company, Fort Lewis, WA Mar67. Ferried to Fort Lewis, WA. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA 20May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19) on 1Jun67; the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on 20Jun67. 
					Assembled for delivery to Tay Ninh Jul67. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, 
					Tay Ninh West, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Jul67. Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam 
					Jan68 to Aug69. Crashed 24Aug69 when landing during a crosswind landing at Duc Pho, South Vietnam. 
					Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai for 
					salvage 17Sep69. Last US Army report 15Aug69.
				4762	(MSN 21647) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Accident 14Jul71, South Vietnam.
				4763	(MSN 21648) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5228G. Substantially damaged 28Sep74 at Oklahoma City, OK, 
					when ground looped landing in turbulent conditions caused by buildings close to the runway. Registered 
					Nov94 as N1999. Reregistered 12Jul05 as N2BK; current [Apr19].
				4764	(MSN 21649) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb67. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-4764. Delivered to Tan Son Nhut, Saigon in a 
					container 30Jan67. Accident Feb67, South Vietnam. Accident 23Mar68, South Vietnam.
				4765	(MSN 21650) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-4765. Accident 25Oct67, South Vietnam.
				4766	(MSN 21651) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4767	(MSN 21652) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				4768	(MSN 21653) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Thai Army as 4768. Preserved and on display at Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum, Lopburi.
				4769	(MSN 21654) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				4770	(MSN 21655) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
					Registered as N5248G. Substantially damaged when it veered off the runway during takeoff and hit a 
					runway light obstacle at Waynesboro, VA 23May76. Registered as N27PP. Reregistered 16Mar11 as N72BD; 
					current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged at Eagle Lake, TX 29Jul17. According to the pilot, he was in 
					the back seat of the aircraft when he and the aircraft owner (who is also a pilot) departed from 
					the aircraft owner’s farm runway for an orientation flight. After takeoff he took controls of the 
					aircraft. The pilot indicated that he performed some maneuvers and then proceeded to Eagle Lake 
					airport (KELA). He was controlling the aircraft through the traffic pattern. On final, as they 
					approached just before touchdown on the runway, a gust from the right caused the aircraft to turn 
					right. The aircraft hit the runway and headed off the pavement. According to the pilot, at that 
					time the aircraft owner gained control. The aircraft hit a runway light and then ground looped 
					in a right turn on the adjoining grass. The aircraft was taxyed to the ramp. An inspection of the 
					aircraft revealed damage to the right horizontal stabilizer and the skin on the left side of the 
					fuselage behind the rear window area.
				4771	(MSN 21656) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1973 as N5309G; current [Apr19].
				4772	(MSN 21657) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct63.
				4773	(MSN 21658) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 9Jul71 as 51-4773.
				4774	(MSN 21659) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4775	(MSN 21660) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4776	(MSN 21661) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Republic of 
					Korea Navy as 776. Exhibited at Pohang Naval Air Station, South Korea.
				4777	(MSN 21662) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4778	(MSN 21663) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4779	(MSN 21664) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4780	(MSN 21665) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4781	(MSN 21666) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11017. Returned to US Government. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air 
					Patrol. Registered as N5074G; cancelled 31Jul17 on export to United Kingdom. Registered 1Aug17 as 
					G-VNAM; current [Apr19].
				4782	(MSN 21667) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4783	(MSN 21668) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4784	(MSN 21669) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11076. Written off 19Jul56.
				4785	(MSN 21670) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4786	(MSN 21671) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Transferred to USAF 21Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. Damaged by mortar attack at Duc Hoa, South Vietnam 28Feb68. Damaged when ground looped to 
					avoid hitting a jeep on the runway at Song Be, southwest of Phuoc Bình, Phuoc Long Province, 
					South Vietnam 28Mar68. SOC 31Dec70 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 16Dec70 as 51-4786.
				4787	(MSN 21672) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4788	(MSN 21673) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4789	(MSN 21674) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4790	(MSN 21675) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Apr68. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 765th 
					Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi for maintenance Apr68. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Sep68 to Jul70. Turned in to the 79th 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province when the 
					unit was deactivated Jul70. Last US Army report 15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 51-4790.
				4791	(MSN 21676) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Aviation Company, Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Ferried to Fort Sill Jun67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Aug67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to 
					South Vietnam Sep67; arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Phu Hiep Oct67. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Oct67 to Jul68. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Mar72. Shot at by Viet Cong on 
					approach to land at Cuchi Base Camp Airfield, South Vietnam Jun69. The pilot managed to land 
					even though he was severely wounded, but ran off the runway and nosed over. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army report 15Apr72. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Republic of China Army Aviation.
				4792	(MSN 21677) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11100. To Royal Thai Army as 4792. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
					Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom by Nov10; 
					extant Apr18. 
				4793	(MSN 21678) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force 6Jul71 as 51-4793. 
					Damaged 6Sep72, South Vietnam.
				4794	(MSN 21679) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. South Korean Army Aviator student 2nd Lt. Kug Yong Am 
					defected with his L-19 to Pyongyang, North Korea 3Dec52. The pilot was undergoing flight training 
					courtesy of the US Army at Kwangju when he defected during a solo training flight. The DPRKAF 
					subsequently used the Bird Dog for a number of nuisance flights against UN forces.
				4795	(MSN 21680) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; 
					ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped 
					from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Feb69. 
					Destroyed by satchel charge during a night attack on Dau Tieng, 35 miles NW of Saigon, South 
					Vietnam 22/23Feb69. Last US Army report 15Feb69.
				4796	(MSN 21681) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct64.
				4797	(MSN 21682) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Serviceable storage. Last US Army report 15Nov67. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4797. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crashed 22Feb71 on ferry flight to Long Tieng, Laos [1KIS].
				4798	(MSN 21683) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL; 
					code 98B. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
					Registered as N5192G; current [Apr19].
				4799	(MSN 21684) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Transferred to USAF 12Nov66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho 
					Province, South Vietnam Jan67. Accident 25Nov67, South Vietnam. SOC 30Nov67.
				4800	(MSN 21685) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					21st Aviation Company, Fort Lewis, WA Mar67. Ferried to Fort Lewis, WA. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA 20May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19) on 1Jun67; the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on 20Jun67. Assembled 
					for delivery to Tay Ninh Jul67. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Tay Ninh West, 
					Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Jul67. Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jan68 to Feb68. 
					Combat loss 22Feb68, South Vietnam. Salvaged by 335th Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation 
					Battalion, Chu Lai Feb68. Last US Army report 15Feb68.
				4801	(MSN 21686) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Oct68. 
					Combat loss, South Vietnam 18Oct68. Last US Army report 15Sep68
				4802	(MSN 21687) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4803	(MSN 21688) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 9Jul71 as 51-4803. 
					118th Liaison Squadron, 72nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Pleiku. Operational loss 13Dec71. SOC 4Jan72.
				4804	(MSN 21689) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May66.
				4805	(MSN 21690) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1971 as N5185G. Registered as N37WM; current [Apr19]. 
					Minor damage when a wing tip touched the ground during a crosswind landing at New Iberia, LA 26Jun80. 
					Based at Wiley Sanders Warbird Collection, Troy Municipal Airport, Troy, AL.
				4806	(MSN 21691) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep70.
				4807	(MSN 21692) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army 
					as 4807. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, 
					Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. 
					Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Jan13.
				4808	(MSN 21693) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4809	(MSN 21694) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4810	(MSN 21695) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					21st Aviation Company, Fort Lewis, WA Mar67. Ferried to Fort Lewis, WA. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA 20May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19) on 1Jun67; the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on 20Jun67. Assembled 
					for delivery to Tay Ninh Jul67. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Tay Ninh West, 
					Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Jul67. Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jan68 to Oct68. 
					Crashed on take-off with fuel contamination at An Hoa, South Vietnam 22Oct69. Last US Army report 15Oct69.
				4811	(MSN 21696) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				4812	(MSN 21697) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4813	(MSN 21698) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Accident at Fletcher, OK 22Oct52.
				4814	(MSN 21699) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-4814.
				4815	(MSN 21700) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 18th Field Artillery Group, 
					Bleidorn Kaserne, Ansbach, West Germany. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 6Jul71 
					as 51-4815.
				4816	(MSN 21701) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Mar62.
				4817	(MSN 21702) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb66.
				4818	(MSN 21703) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Crashed nine miles NNW of Fort Hood, TX 4Dec51.
				4819	(MSN 21704) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 3Jun59 to 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte as 51-4819; code 3A-CC. Written off Feb71.
				4820	(MSN 21705) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					21st Aviation Company, Fort Lewis, WA Mar67. Ferried to Fort Lewis, WA. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA 20May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19) on 1Jun67; the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on 20Jun67. Assembled 
					for delivery to Tay Ninh Jul67. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Tay Ninh West, 
					Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Jul67. Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jan68 to Nov71. 
					Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the 
					unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army report 15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Republic of China Army Aviation.
				4821	(MSN 21706) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4822	(MSN 21707) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5253G. Substantially damaged when landing 
					gear collapsed during landing at Chesapeake, OH 18Sep72. Registered as N899RD. Reregistered 8Mar12 
					as N156AG; current [Apr19].
				4823	(MSN 21708) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled 
					from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets 
					Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 13Mar69 as 51-4823, 
					code CE-U. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 14Mar69. Operated by the Norwegian Army 
					Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Crashed when hit the ground in poor visibility at 
					Ifjordfjellet, Norway 6Oct75 [2KIS]. This was one of two aircraft that was to inspect engineering 
					work for Brigade N in Finnmark. They took off from Bardufoss and landed at Skjold, where the aircraft 
					took on a passenger. On the trip further they ran into an area with extremely bad weather. 
					The other plane returned to Banak while this plane apparently continued. It crashed into the 
					ground at Ifjordfjellet by highway E-6, approximately 4.5km east of lfjord intersection, 
					probably due to poor visibility. The pilot and the passenger died. Wreck to Luftforsvarets 
					Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo.
				4824	(MSN 21709) Used by Cessna at their Pawnee plant, Wichita, KS Aug51, urging employees to submit 
					naming ideas for the Cessna L-19, later chosen as ‘Birddog’. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4825	(MSN 21710) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Believed used as the basis for the construction 
					of Cessna-Morse 305A, registered as N49465 with MSN 10; current [Apr19]. Operates on floats.
				4826	(MSN 21711) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec68 
					to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep70 to Jan71. Last US Army report 15Dec70. 
					Accident 14Jan71, South Vietnam.
				4827	(MSN 21712) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4828	(MSN 21713) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4829	(MSN 21714) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11101. Registered 1986 as N5073Y; current [Apr19]. Damaged October 22, 1999 
					when landing at Hobbs Industrial Air Park (HBB). The pilot stated that while the aircraft was rolling 
					out it began to drift to the left; he corrected with right rudder and the aircraft suddenly turned 
					to the left. The aircraft was moving slightly above taxi speed; the left wing tip and elevator 
					tip struck the ground causing minor damage. The loss of directional control was caused by the left 
					main landing gear wheel inner half breaking at the bearing race causing the bearing to collapse 
					inside the wheel. As the wheel came apart, it caused the left brake calliper to be ripped from the hub. 
				4830	(MSN 21715) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May73.
				4831	(MSN 21716) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 14Aug71 as 
					51-4831. Combat loss 23Feb72, South Vietnam.
				4832	(MSN 21717) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4833	(MSN 21718) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4834	(MSN 21719) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11016. To Royal Thai Army as 4834. Derelict fuselage noted at 
					Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation 
					and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero 
					Park c2004; extant Feb18.
				4835	(MSN 21720) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Republic of 
					Korea Army as 51-4835. Preserved and displayed at Army base, Daejeon, South Korea.
				4836	(MSN 21721) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul70 to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep70 to Mar72. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army report 15Mar72.
				4837	(MSN 21722) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4838	(MSN 21723) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR).
				4839	(MSN 21724) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11020. Returned to US Government. General Services Administration, 
					Stockton, CA. United States Department of Agriculture, Colorado State Forest Service, Fort Collins, 
					CO 1Feb74. Registered 3May74 as N150FS to USDA Forest Service FEPP; cancelled as destroyed 30Apr15.
				4840	(MSN 21725) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4841	(MSN 21726) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec70.
				4842	(MSN 21727) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4843	(MSN 21728) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11037. Written off 2Jun67. 
				4844	(MSN 21729) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Mar71. 
					Damaged when ground looped on landing at Loc Ninh, South Vietnam 29Mar71. Last US Army report 15Mar71.
				4845	(MSN 21730) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4846	(MSN 21731) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Jan69 to May71. Accident 10May71, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Apr71.
				4847	(MSN 21732) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4848	(MSN 21733) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  to Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11083. Written off 5Jul68.
				4849	(MSN 21734) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4850	(MSN 21735) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 28Sep71 as N5184G; cancelled 26Sep77 on export to Canada. 
					Registered 26Oct79 as C-GZVE. Re-registered 30Jul04 as a Cessna Model 305AX with MSN 21735X. Registration 
					current [Apr19].
				4851	(MSN 21736) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 8Aug66. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 
					6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. Crashed north of Dak To, Kontum Province, 
					South Vietnam 20Jan67 [1KIA]. The FAC was controlling an air strike on enemy troops twenty miles 
					north of Dak To in Kontum Province, South Vietnam when the aircraft may have been hit by ground 
					fire and crashed. The aircraft was so badly burned and in such a hostile area it couldn’t be inspected.
				4852	(MSN 21737) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Republic of 
					China Army Aviation as 701.
				4853	(MSN 21738) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4854	(MSN 21739) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11088. Accident 6Jan67. Royal Thai Army as 4854. Derelict fuselage noted 
					at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95. Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom 
					by Nov10; extant Apr18.
				4855	(MSN 21740) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr71. 
				4856	(MSN 21741) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard – Kansas. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug73. Registered 1973 as N3952. Reregistered 25Aug14 as N305FU; current [Apr19].
				4857	(MSN 21742) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4858	(MSN 21743) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Sep70.
				4859	(MSN 21744) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug71. 
					Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1971 as N5211G. Destroyed when the aircraft 
					struck a tree during a forced landing at Mason, TX en route Glasgow, MT, to McAllen, TX 9Dec86. 
					The engine seized from lack of lubrication; suspect unsecured oil cap. Registration current [Apr19].
				4860	(MSN 21745) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4861	(MSN 21746) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard – Texas. 
					49th Armored Division, Eagle Mountain National Guard Base, Fort Worth, TX. During a routine training 
					flight from Eagle Mountain Lake the aircraft crashed in a field during a landing attempt approximately 
					four miles west of Lewisville, TX, north of Dallas 2May53 [1KIS].
				4862	(MSN 21747) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4863	(MSN 21748) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4864	(MSN 21749) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Nov70 at Red River Army Depot, 
					Texarkana, TX. Transferred to USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4864. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, 
					Thailand. To Royal Thai Air Force as T2-xx/16, 4864.
				4865	(MSN 21750) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Spanish 
					Air Force / Ejército del Aire May58 as L.12-1. Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
					Escuadrón 99, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid 1959. Escuadrón 402, Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid 1965; code 402-1. 
					Crashed after departing Torrejón de Ardóz, Madrid when it struck a power cable at Guadalix de la Sierra, 
					north of Madrid, Spain 27Apr66.
				4866	(MSN 21751) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4867	(MSN 21752) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Air Force 1973 as T2-41/16, 4867. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 
					711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, 
					Wing 6, Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60410. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development 
					of Thai Aircraft, Don Mueang, Bangkok by Oct95. Tango Squadron, Takhli by 2002. Tango Squadron, Saraburi 
					Aero Park by Apr07.
				4868	(MSN 21753) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4869	(MSN 21754) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4870	(MSN 21755) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug70.
				4871	(MSN 21756) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5241G. Registered as N201SS; expired 30Jun13, 
					cancelled 11Jan18. Registration restored 20Dec18; current [Apr19].
				4872	(MSN 21757) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11050.
				4873	(MSN 21758) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep67
				4874	(MSN 21761) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4875	(MSN 21765) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 
					15Nov70 at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX.
				4876	(MSN 21766) Accepted by USAF. Crashed twelve miles NW of Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA 23Oct51. 
					Transferred to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard – Georgia. 48th Infantry Division, 
					Macon, GA. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Black Aces, Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Feb69 to Aug69. Combat loss 22Aug69. 
					Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai Aug69. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX.
				4877	(MSN 21769) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4878	(MSN 21770) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of 
					Korea Air Force as 51-4878.
				4879	(MSN 21771) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun70 to Nov71. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Dong Ba Thin when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army 
					report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 18Nov71 as 51-4879.
				4880	(MSN 21772) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4881	(MSN 21773) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4882	(MSN 21774) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Jun66. Transferred to USAF Aug66. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam May67. 21st Tactical Air 
					Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct67. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 22May70 at Cam Ranh Bay, 
					South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Air Force 22May70 as T2-14/13, 4882. 
					71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, 
					Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan; code 53126. Recovered by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
					Registered 16Jul91 as VH-LPZ. Reregistered 6Jan95 as VH-XTI; current [Apr19].
				4883	(MSN 21775) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					199th Aviation Company, Fort Hood, TX. Ferried to Fort Hood Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jul67. 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Vinh Long Aug67. 199th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Jun70. 
					Crashed during a cross border operation, South Vietnam 9Jun70. Last US Army report 15Jun70. 
					Wreck recovered by Australian Army from Vung Tau and transported to Luscombe Field, Nui Dat, 
					South Vietnam Aug70. Parts used by Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) 
					craftsmen of 161 (Independent) Reconnaissance Flight in rebuilding of 51-12531 Bunny II.
				4884	(MSN 21776) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4885	(MSN 21777) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4886	(MSN 21778) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4887	(MSN 21779) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11066. Royal Thai Army as 4887. Noted at Ban Sak Long, Lom Sak 6Apr96. 
					Stored at Fort Phor Khun Pha Mueang, Phetchabun; noted May06. Displayed by 26th Cavalry at 
					Fort Phor Khun Bang Klang Hao, Lom Sak by Sep11.
				4888	(MSN 21780) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4889	(MSN 21781) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5303G. Substantially damaged when the 
					aircraft bounced and ground looped landing at Minot, ND 16May77. Registration current [Apr19].
				4890	(MSN 21782) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4891	(MSN 21783) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5197G. Substantially damaged when landing 
					gear collapsed during landing at Lee Vining, CA 1Oct78. Substantially damaged at Los Alamitos, CA 
					24Nov84. The aircraft nosed over during the landing roll. Pilot stated he had just completed a 
					glider tow mission and that on touchdown the tail wheel began to shimmy excessively. The aircraft 
					lifted off and settled back on the runway, at which time the tail wheel shimmy became worse 
					and the aircraft continued on the runway for about 20 ft before nosing over. The aircraft is 
					equipped with a castoring axle assembly; examination of the assembly revealed it was serviced 
					with an insufficient amount of hydraulic fluid. Registered 13Dec06 as N305AD; expired 31Jan19.
				4892	(MSN 21784) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4893	(MSN 21785) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				4894	(MSN 21786) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Dec70 to Dec71. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation 
					Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Apr72. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Believed to Republic of China Army Aviation 1972.
				4895	(MSN 21787) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Mar68. 
				4896	(MSN 21788) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4897	(MSN 21789) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5203G. Registered as N300VH; current [Apr19].
				4898	(MSN 21790) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled from Port Elizabeth, 
					NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 2Aug68 as 51-4898, code CE-V. Ferried from Kjeller to 
					Gardermoen for storage 12Aug68. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. 
					During the test landing on newly created field strip on a ground at Buksnesstrand near Risøysund 4Sep74, 
					the pilot failed to slow down. The plane ground looped and ended up off the runway. Flown to Torp 1Jan76. 
					Dismantled and transported by road to Horten 14Mar77. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; 
					retained O-1A designation. Transported back to Torp 29Apr77, assembled, weighed and test flown. 
					Armored Regiment 1, Medium Field Artillery 2, Brigade 5, Bardufoss 2Jan87. Stored at Bardufoss 1Jun89. 
					WFU 1Sep90. SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US Government 16Jun92. Acquired by Government of the State of Pará, 
					Brazil for ambulance services for the remote villages in the interior of the state. Dismantled and 
					shipped from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. Assembled and prepared by Taxi Aéreo Kovacs, Belém; 
					modified to carry a stretcher. Customs delays for imported material caused the aircraft to be stored 
					outside under very poor climatic conditions with high humidity. The state military police 
					considered the possibility of using the aircraft for drug trafficking patrols; this was rejected 
					by the state government. Registration PP-EKC reserved. Not formally registered, probably due to 
					lack of type approval. Registered 3May99 as PP-EKC; C of A expired 30Sep00. Stored dismantled at 
					Museu Aeroespacial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro [noted Nov13].
				4899	(MSN 21791) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 28Jul66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6250th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. 
					Disappeared over the mountains 65 miles west of Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 19Mar68 [2MIA]. 
					The crew were performing a visual reconnaissance sortie supporting the 1st Air Cavalry Division over 
					the mountains west of Nha Trang when they disappeared. The wreckage was discovered on the slopes of 
					Yook Nam Rmay, a 4,731ft mountain near Duc Xuyen, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam.
				4900	(MSN 21792) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4901	(MSN 21793) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				4902	(MSN 21794) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4903	(MSN 21795) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4904	(MSN 21796) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					21st Aviation Company, Fort Lewis, WA Mar67. Ferried to Fort Lewis, WA. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA 20May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19) on 1Jun67; the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on 20Jun67. 
					Assembled for delivery to Tay Ninh Jul67. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, 
					Tay Ninh West, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Jul67. Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, 
					South Vietnam Jan68 to Mar70. Accident 20Mar70, South Vietnam. Turned in to the 335th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai for salvage Mar70. Last US Army report 15Apr70.
				4905	(MSN 21797) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4906	(MSN 21798) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Nov67.
				4907	(MSN 21799) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai 
					Air Force as 4907.
				4908	(MSN 21800) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4909	(MSN 21801) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb67.
				4910	(MSN 21802) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Recovered 1989 from Bien Hoa, Vietnam by 
					Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
				4911	(MSN 21803) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 
					15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA.
				4912	(MSN 21804) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4913	(MSN 21805) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of 
					Korea Army as 51-4913. Written off.
				4914	(MSN 21806) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4915	(MSN 21807) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4916	(MSN 21808) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4917	(MSN 21809) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4918	(MSN 21810) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of 
					Korea Army as 51-4913. Returned to US Army. Accident 15Mar69 South Vietnam. Salvaged by 608th 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Dong Ba Thin, South Vietnam. 
					79th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr71.
				4919	(MSN 21811) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug71. Transferred 
					to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5209G; current [Apr19]. Fitted with floats. 
					Substantially damaged 7Jul75 at Elysian, MN, when engine failed after takeoff from a lake due to 
					fuel selector not in full position. Aircraft force landed in an alfalfa field. Substantially 
					damaged 30Jul89. Shortly after takeoff from a private field at Chalfont, PA, the aircraft engine 
					lost power due to carburettor icing; the aircraft was landed in a soy bean field where it 
					tipped over. An engine check was made and no mechanical discrepancies were found.
				4920	(MSN 21812) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4921	(MSN 21813) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4922	(MSN 21814) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11035.
				4923	(MSN 21815) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4924	(MSN 21816) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep70.
				4925	(MSN 21817) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4926	(MSN 21818) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  to Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11102.
				4927	(MSN 21819) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 20Jun67. Assembled and ferried to 
					Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Jul68. Accident 30Apr68, South Vietnam. 
					Destroyed during mortar attack 25Jul68. Last US Army report 15Jul68.
				4928	(MSN 21820) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 aboard escort carrier 
					USNS Point Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 20Jun67. Assembled 
					and ferried to Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, 
					Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Nov67. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec67 to Mar72. Turned 
					in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army report 15Mar72.
				4929	(MSN 21821) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5304G; cancelled 27Oct14. Damaged while 
					taxying after repair of faulty brake at Minot, ND 22Jul78; the pilot lost control and ground 
					looped after dispensing with a wing walker.
				4930	(MSN 21822) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4931	(MSN 21823) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4932	(MSN 21824) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4933	(MSN 21825) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec69.
				4934	(MSN 21826) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4935	(MSN 21827) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4936	(MSN 21828) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4937	(MSN 21829) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4938	(MSN 21830) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Norwegian 
					Air Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-4938; code CE-H. Ferried from Sandhofen to Værnes, Trondheim, 
					Norway, arriving 11Jan66. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. 
					On a maintenance flight from Setermoen via Altevann to Bardufoss, the pilot lost control, stalled and 
					crashed approximately 3.5km east of the dam at Altevann, Troms, Norway 15Apr71 [2INJ]. SOC 30Dec71.
				4939	(MSN 21831) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL; 
					code 39A. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 
					as N5198G. On October 30, 1999 the aircraft veered off the runway and tipped over during landing 
					rollout at the Zamperini Field, Torrance, California. The airplane was substantially damaged. 
					The pilot performed a normal three-point touchdown; after rolling out for several hundred feet he 
					applied right rudder to correct for the left quartering tailwind condition. The tail wheel steering 
					did not function properly. The pilot lost control of his airplane, and it veered off the runway 
					into the adjacent ploughed field and tipped over. The tail wheel assembly was subsequently examined. 
					An internal tail wheel centering spring was found broken. Registered as N342FS. On February 2, 2013 
					the aircraft experienced a runway excursion at Camarillo Airport, Camarillo, California. The landing 
					on the main landing gear was normal in minimal wind. When the tail wheel contacted the ground, 
					the airplane shook violently, and veered off the left side of the runway. The right wing and aileron 
					sustained substantial damage, as well as the underside of the fuselage, when the main landing gear 
					collapsed. Reregistered 30Sep13 as N1GA. Reregistered 22Dec14 as N342FS; current [Apr19].
				4940	(MSN 21832) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4941	(MSN 21833) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4942	(MSN 21834) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4943	(MSN 21835) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec79. 
					Registered 6Jan72 as N4507B to US Army, Fort Devens, Ayer, MA; revoked 10Aug77; cancelled 22Aug11. 
					United States Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL. Stored at Guthrie AHP, Enterprise, AL Apr15]. 
				4944	(MSN 21836) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Mar72. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar72.
				4945	(MSN 21837) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr71.
				4946	(MSN 21838) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4947	(MSN 21839) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun67 to Mar69. Crashed landing at Dak To, Kontum Province, South Vietnam 22Mar69. 
					Salvaged 2Apr69. Last US Army report 15Mar69.
				4948	(MSN 21840) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 21Jul71 as 51-4948.
				4949	(MSN 21841) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 28Jul66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 
					6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 
					Detached to 196th Light Infantry Brigade, Tay Ninh. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam May67. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec67. 
					Accident at Dak Pek, South Vietnam 28May68. SOC 7Jun68.
				4950	(MSN 21842) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, 
					Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Aug68. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Black Aces, Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Sep68 to Sep71. Turned in to the 335th 
					Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the unit was deactivated. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 23Nov71 
					as 51-4950.
				4951	(MSN 21843) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep67 at Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 4951. Exhibited at Royal 
					Thai Army Aviation Museum, Lopburi by May06.
				4952	(MSN 21844) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Used for the ceremony by General Mark W Clark, 
					Chief of the Army Field Forces, to christen the Cessna L-19 as ‘Birddog’ at Wichita, KS 17Sep51. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 4952. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
					Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development 
					of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Jan13. 
					Chokchai Museum, Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima by Sep15.
				4953	(MSN 21845) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled 
					from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets 
					Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 15Aug68 
					as 51-4953, code CE-W. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 23Aug68. Operated by the 
					Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. To Torp 1Jan76. Dismantled and transported 
					by road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. 
					Transported back to Torp, assembled, weighed and test flown. To Bardufoss 8Mar84. Armored 
					Regiment 3, Light Field Artillery 1, Brigade 12, Værnes 2Jan87. SOC 20Sep91. Transferred from 
					Værnes to Gardermoen 8Apr92. Preserved and on display at Forsvarets Flysamling / Norwegian Armed 
					Forces Aircraft Collection, Gardermoen, Oslo, Norway.
				4954	(MSN 21846) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 14Mar72 as N5239G; cancelled 20Jan75. Substantially 
					damaged when landing gear collapsed during landing at Twin Falls, ID 4Jun72.
				4955	(MSN 21847) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam May70 to Dec71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Dec71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam 
					Air Force 5Jan72 as 51-4955. Royal Thai Air Force as 4955. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 
					711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977; code 71189.
				4956	(MSN 21848) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 14Aug71 as 51-4956. Combat loss 28Jan73 or 8Feb73.
				4957	(MSN 21849) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4958	(MSN 21850) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4959	(MSN 21851) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Sep70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Sep70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Failed to return 
					to Quan Loi from a MACV-SOG mission, probably crashed in Cambodia 12Dec71 [2MIA].
				4960	(MSN 21852) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in 
					Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. Returned to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Chu Lai, 
					Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Nov71. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army report 15Dec71.
				4961	(MSN 21853) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4962	(MSN 21854) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4963	(MSN 21855) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4964	(MSN 21856) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Nov68 to Feb70. 183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Nov71. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Dong Ba Thin when the unit was deactivated Nov71. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 17Nov71 as 51-4964.
				4965	(MSN 21859) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				4966	(MSN 21861) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 10Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Jan67. Accident 13Oct67. SOC 22Dec67.
				4967	(MSN 21863) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Jan67. 
					SOC 10Jan70 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To South Vietnam 
					Air Force 19Jan70 as 51-4967. Major damage 20Apr70.
				4968	(MSN 21865) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct72. Transferred to 
					USAF 5Nov72. SOC 17Nov72 at Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-4968. Military Assistance 
					Command Thailand [MACTHAI], Udorn, Thailand. Stored at Udorn, Thailand. Supplied to the 
					Khmer Air Force Jan75 to be used for spare parts only.
				4969	(MSN 21867) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4970	(MSN 21868) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun62. 
				4971	(MSN 21869) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Aviation Company, Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Ferried to Fort Sill Jun67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Aug67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South 
					Vietnam Sep67; arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 765th Transportation Battalion, Vung Tau; 
					assembled for delivery to Phu Hiep Oct67. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Oct67 to Aug68. 3rd Platoon; named ‘Dixiebelle’. 
					Destroyed in Viet Cong mortar and rocket attack at Phu Hiep 4Aug68. Turned in to the 79th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province for salvage.
				4972	(MSN 21870) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4973	(MSN 21872) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4974	(MSN 21874) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct67. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-4974. Accident Feb66, South Vietnam.
				4975	(MSN 21875) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4976	(MSN 21876) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				4977	(MSN 21877) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4978	(MSN 21878) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				4979	(MSN 21879) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4980	(MSN 21880) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 20Jun67. Assembled and ferried 
					to Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Jun70. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Jun70. HQ, 1st Aviation Brigade, South Vietnam. 
					Accident 7Oct71, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Oct71.
				4981	(MSN 21881) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 28Jul66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 
					6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Nov68. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug69. 
					22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, 
					Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Sep69. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec69. 
					SOC 22Dec70 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam 
					Air Force as 51-4981. 112th Liaison Squadron, 23rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Nha Trang. 
					124th Liaison Squadron, 23rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Binh Thuy; code FDD. Major Bung-Ly, 
					a South Vietnamese Air Force pilot crammed his wife and five children into a Bird Dog on April 29, 1975, 
					to escape the North Vietnamese takeover of South Vietnam. They took off from Con Son Island, 
					skirted enemy ground fire, and headed into the Gulf of Thailand with the hope of finding a 
					rescue ship rumoured to be somewhere out there. After a long overwater flight and running 
					low on fuel, Bung-Ly finally spotted USS Midway, its flight deck jam-packed with helicopters. 
					He circled the ship a few times and then flew low over the deck to drop a note written on a 
					chart. It pleaded for some helicopters to be moved so that there would be room for him to land. 
					The Midway’s captain did not believe that the seven occupants of the Bird Dog could survive a 
					ditching in the rough sea, so he ordered $10 million worth of Huey and Chinook helicopters 
					scuttled overboard to allow Bung-Ly and his family a shot at landing on the rain-soaked, 
					windswept flight deck. Bird Dog 51-4981 is now in the National Naval Aviation Museum in 
					Pensacola, Florida, and the Bung-Ly family, sponsored by the crew of the Midway, lives 
					not far away. Exhibited at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Renamed the 
					National Naval Aviation Museum aboard NAS Pensacola, Florida. Displayed as ’51-14981’ 
					[sometimes quoted as 5L14981].
				4982	(MSN 21882) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan64.
				4983	(MSN 21883) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Used at Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL for ground 
					instructional training. Last US Army report 15Aug72. Sold from Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL, 
					to DOAN Helicopter Services, Daytona Beach, FL 6Dec72. 
				4984	(MSN 21884) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4985	(MSN 21885) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
				4986	(MSN 21886) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4987	(MSN 21887) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4988	(MSN 21888) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 15Oct51 at Tooele Army Depot, UT. Last US Army 
					report 15Oct66. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Transferred to USAF 25Oct66. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam May67. Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan70. SOC 22Sep70 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 22Sep70 as 51-4988. 114th Liaison Squadron, 
					62nd Tactical Wing, 2nd Air Division, Nha Trang. Ground looped and fuselage broke in half whilst 
					trying to avoid an abandoned Bell UH-1H helicopter on the runway landing at Ban Me Thout 1Dec71. 
					Accident 12Oct73 South Vietnam. SOC 14Nov73.
				4989	(MSN 21889) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4990	(MSN 21890) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-4990. Accident 19Feb66, South Vietnam.
				4991	(MSN 21891) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 3Aug66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6250th 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nha Trang, 8Dec66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa Jan68. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Da Nang, South Vietnam Feb68. Accident 19Feb69 at La Vang, South Vietnam. SOC 25Aug69 at Da Nang, 
					South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 1Aug69 as 51-4991. 
					Accident 1May72, South Vietnam. SOC 31Jan73.
				4992	(MSN 21892) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb62.
				4993	(MSN 21893) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 aboard escort carrier USNS Point 
					Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 20Jun67. Assembled and ferried 
					to Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Jul68. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Jul68. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug68. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Nov68. 
					Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army 
					report 15Oct71.
				4994	(MSN 21894) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-4994. Recovered 1989 from Bien Hoa, 
					Vietnam by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. Registered 11Dec91 as VH-LPM. 
					Reregistered 11Aug92 as VH-CAM. Reregistered 19Mar97 as VH-LAO; current [Apr19].
				4995	(MSN 21895) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR).
				4996	(MSN 21896) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 14Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan67. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug67. SOC 24Dec69 at Bien Hoa, 
					South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 24Dec69 as 51-4996. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, 
					Thailand. Crashed during a training sortie in the war against the PAVN and Pathet Lao Communist 
					forces north of Vientiane, Laos 26Mar70 [2MIA].
				4997	(MSN 21897) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4998	(MSN 21898) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Jul71. 
					Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5225G. Substantially damaged 
					during heavy landing at Fort Collins, CO 15May93. On June 26, 1997 the aircraft was destroyed when 
					it impacted terrain while manoeuvring at Aurora, Colorado. The pilot took off from the Aurora 
					Airpark (01V) headwind. He then turned downwind, snagged a banner he intended to tow, applied 
					full power, and levelled the airplane. The aircraft began to vibrate wildly and lose power. 
					The airplane stalled and impacted a field adjacent to the airpark. Registered as N4388G; 
					expired 11Oct06, cancelled 1Jul13. Stored at JW Duff Aircraft Company, later the Acme Aircraft 
					Sales & Salvage, Greeley, Denver, CO. Last noted Mar15. This yard was closed 2015 and cleared.
				4999	(MSN 21899) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				5000	(MSN 21900) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67. Displayed at 
					Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor, Keyes Park, Fort Knox, KY. US Army Aviation Museum, 
					Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL. Dismantled in external storage [Apr15].
				5001	(MSN 21901) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 11Oct66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Provisional. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, South Vietnam 8Dec66. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Nov67. Shot down by enemy ground fire near Tay Ninh, South Vietnam 17Oct68 [1KIA]. 
					The FAC was assigned to Tay Ninh City to support the South Vietnamese forces. He was returning to 
					Tay Ninh when he was shot down just outside the base.
				5002	(MSN 21902) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna,
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, 
					Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Jul70. Turned in to the 79th Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province when the unit was deactivated Jul70. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Vinh Long, South Vietnam Dec70 to Oct71. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71.Last US Army 
					report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 9Nov71 as 51-5002.
				5003	(MSN 21903) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-5003. Accident Feb68, South Vietnam. SOC 15Feb73.
				5004	(MSN 21904) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 6Jul71 as 51-5004.
				5005	(MSN 21905) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5006	(MSN 21906) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Jun70. 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit 
					was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam 
					Air Force 3Nov71 as 51-5006.
				5007	(MSN 21907) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				5008	(MSN 21908) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Sep67 
					at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 
					as 51-5008. Accident 22Sep68.  To Royal Thai Army as 5008. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
					Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development 
					of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Feb18.
				5009	(MSN 21909) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				5010	(MSN 21910) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				For 5011/5026 the  MSNs did not run in sequence; the ‘missing’ MSNs can be found in the contract batch 51-164xx
				5011	(MSN 21912) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Nov67. Registered as N432WC; 
					current [Apr19]. Flown in Royal Thai Navy colors. On August 20, 2001 the aircraft sustained 
					substantial damage during landing when it veered off the runway and the landing gear collapsed. 
					The aircraft departed Kalamazoo, Michigan, and was making a full stop landing at the Rolla National 
					Airport (VIH), Vichy, Missouri. The airplane hit a sod, the right gear failed. The airplane 
					came to a rest about 11 feet from the edge of the runway. The right hand rudder cable was found broken.
				5012	(MSN 21913) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 14Aug71 as 51-5012. Combat loss 16Apr72, South Vietnam.
				5013	(MSN 21914) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, 
					Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Sep69. Crashed and ground looped due to helicopter 
					rotor turbulence during takeoff from Phu Bai, South Vietnam 11Sep69. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) for salvage 11Sep69. Last US Army report 15Sep69.
				5014	(MSN 21915) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5015	(MSN 21917) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA.
				5016	(MSN 21918) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				5017	(MSN 21919) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5018	(MSN 21920) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr62.
				5019	(MSN 21922) Accepted by USAF. Delivered 31Oct51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec67. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-5019. 116th Liaison Squadron, 74th Tactical Wing, 
					4th Air Division, Binh Thuy. Accident 11Apr66 [1KIA:1WIA]. Royal Thai Air Force as T2-9/xx, 5019. 
					71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 
					531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60402. 
					Registered 11Dec91 as VH-LKB. Reregistered 29Jan92 as VH-UXX; current [Apr19].
				5020	(MSN 21923) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5021	(MSN 21924) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec67. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 5021. Accident 8May87. Sold as scrap by US Army 
					to Thanat Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 4Jan10. 
					Global Overhaul Inc (Lafayette, LA) 22Feb10. Registered 30Apr10 as N413GH; revoked 13Sep10, 
					cancelled 1Dec10. Fuselage at Nakhon Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13.
				5022	(MSN 21925) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Jun70. Crashed on landing at Quan Loi, South Vietnam 
					22Jun70. Last US Army report 15Jul70.
				5023	(MSN 21927) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				5024	(MSN 21928) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep70 to Mar72. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army 
					report 15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of China Army Aviation.
				5025	(MSN 21929) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA.
				5026	(MSN 21930) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army 
					report 15Nov70 at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Thai Army as 5026. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. 
					Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, 
					Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004. Preserved at Royal Thai Army 
					Aviation Museum, Lop Buri/Sa Pran Nak, Khao Phra Ngam by Jun12.
				5027/5069 	(MSN 21932/21974)
				5027	(MSN 21932) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5028	(MSN 21933) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb69.
				5029	(MSN 21934) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 14Aug71 as 51-5029. Accident Feb72, South Vietnam.
				5030	(MSN 21935) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5031	(MSN 21936) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5208G; current [Apr19]. Substantially 
					damaged 7Jul90 during landing at Newburyport, MA, engaged in banner towing. The pilot could not 
					release the banner and made a landing. During the landing roll, the airplane tipped over. The FAA 
					said the owner had made an unauthorized modification to the hook release mechanism and the pilot 
					failed to land on a hard surface as recommended in the approved supplemental Flight Manual for 
					banner towing, when landing with a banner still attached. On September 3, 2004 the aircraft was 
					substantially damaged during a forced landing, after picking up a banner at the Lawrence Municipal 
					Airport (LWM), Lawrence, Massachusetts. As the pilot initiated the banner pick up, moderate 
					turbulence was encountered, and the airplane began to descend. The turbulence encounter lasted 
					momentarily, and all of the pilot's visual cues indicated that the banner towline was picked up 
					normally. As the airplane was climbing out, about 300 feet above the ground, the pilot looked 
					over his left shoulder, and observed the banner leave the ground. At that moment, the pilot felt 
					the airplane swerve to the right, and observed that the banner towline was hooked around the 
					right main landing gear assembly. Realizing that the airplane was subjected to increased drag, 
					the pilot lowered the nose, and performed a forced landing to a grass field. As the airplane 
					neared the ground, the banner touched down first, and induced more drag on the airplane. The pilot 
					added additional power to compensate; however, the airplane touched down hard, and continued 
					down an embankment, where it came to rest inverted.
				5032	(MSN 21937) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5033	(MSN 21938) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA.
				5034	(MSN 21939) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5035	(MSN 21940) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				5036	(MSN 21941) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep70 to Feb71. 
					Crashed into a truck at Loc Ninh, South Vietnam 16Feb71. Last US Army report 15Jan71.
				5037	(MSN 21942) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
					Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1007, later as 11007. Written off 10Dec78.
				5038	(MSN 21943) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard – Minnesota. 
					Crashed with fuel exhaustion into Green Lake, Spicer City, MN 14Oct58. The pilot was returning from 
					Rochester where he had attended a PTA meeting. He was a World War II veteran attached to the Field 
					Artillery Battalion in Olivia, but also described in newspaper accounts as a member of the Willmar 
					National Guard. The aircraft had gone down in dense fog after the pilot reported that he only had 
					about three minutes of fuel remaining and had “hit something”; it’s believed the aircraft had hit a 
					seagull. Wreck recovered 13Aug05. The Spicer American Legion Post and the City of Spicer were 
					planning to restore the airplane and place it on permanent display as a memorial to its pilot and 
					all of those who have served in the Armed Forces. With the Minnesota EAA Chapter 1172, Willmar, MN 
					for potential restoration.
				5039	(MSN 21944) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5040	(MSN 21945) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 504th Aviation Company, 
					4th Armored Division, Fürth, Nürnberg, West Germany. Crashed en route Heilbronn to Würzburg at 
					Eltershofen near Schwäbisch Hall, West Germany 16Jan61.
				5041	(MSN 21946) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5042	(MSN 21947) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug71. 
					Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL. Sold by US DoD as scrap 22Dec71. Registered 1978 as N87971; current [Apr19].
				5043	(MSN 21948) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army 
					as 5043. Wings noted stored at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Aug02.
				5044	(MSN 21949) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec67. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-5044. WFU at Pakse (L-11), Laos 1969. To Royal Thai Air 
					Force 1971 as T2-21/14, 5044. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, 
					Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan; code 53154. WFU at Prachuap Khiri Khan Jan00; 
					stored. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Don Mueang, 
					Bangkok by Jun09. Moved to Klong 15 airport, Nakhon Nayok by Apr10. Moved to Tango Squadron museum, 
					Don Mueang, Bangkok by mid-2013; airworthy.
				5045	(MSN 21950) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 3Jun59 to 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte as 51-5045; code 3A-CD. WFU Sep94. Ground 
					Instructional Airframe at Bundesfachschule für Flugtechnik, Langenlebarn. Fliegerhorst 
					Brumowski / Federal College of Aviation Technology, Brumowski Air Base, Langenlebarn, Austria.
				5046	(MSN 21951) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5047	(MSN 21952) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan72. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 5047.
				5048	(MSN 21953) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5049	(MSN 21954) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 5049. Sold as scrap by US Army to Thanat 
					Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 4Jan10. Global Overhaul Inc (Lafayette, LA) 
					22Feb10. Registered 30Apr10 as N413LG; revoked 13Sep10, cancelled 1Dec10. Fuselage at Nakhon 
					Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13.
				5050	(MSN 21955) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Aviation Company, Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Ferried to Fort Sill Jun67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Aug67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to 
					South Vietnam Sep67; arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 765th Transportation Battalion, Vung Tau; 
					assembled for delivery to Phu Hiep Oct67. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Hawkeyes, 
					Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Oct67 to Apr68. Battle damaged Jan68. Last US Army report 
					15Mar68. Crashed and burned after being engaged by hostile ground fire near Cam Rhan Bay, 
					south Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Apr68 [2KIA].
				5051	(MSN 21956) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 1Nov66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. Crashed near Suoi Tri, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam 21Mar67 [2KIA]. During a 
					battle in the Michelin rubber plantation at Suoi Tri, twenty miles northeast of Tay Ninh City in 
					War Zone C, a US Army fire support base came under attack by an estimated 2,500 North Vietnamese 
					Infantry of the 272nd Regiment. The FAC and his observer responded to the call for help and 
					after controlling an air strike were attempting to make a Battle Damage Assessment at low level 
					when the aircraft was hit by automatic weapons fire causing the left wing to disintegrate. The 
					aircraft crashed killing both occupants.
				5052	(MSN 21957) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 1Jul71 as 51-5052. Combat loss 14Feb73, South Vietnam.
				5053	(MSN 21958) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				5054	(MSN 21959) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army 
					report 15Dec64. Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-5054, code CE-I. Ferried from Sandhofen 
					to Værnes, Trondheim, Norway, arriving 11Jan66. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field 
					Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Torp 29Feb76. Dismantled and transported by road to 
					Horten 17Jan77. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. Transported 
					back to Torp 21Mar77, assembled, weighed and test flown. Dismantled and transported by road 
					to Horten 20Oct81. Overhauled by Horten Vaerth A/S. Transported back to Torp 6Dec81, assembled, 
					weighed and test flown. Armored Regiment 2, Medium Field Artillery 2, Brigade S, Haslemoen 2Jan87. 
					SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US Government 16Jun92. Acquired by Government of the State of Pará, Brazil 
					for ambulance services for the remote villages in the interior of the state. Dismantled and shipped 
					from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. Assembled and prepared by Taxi Aéreo Kovacs, Belém; modified to 
					carry a stretcher. Customs delays for imported material caused the aircraft to be stored 
					outside under very poor climatic conditions with high humidity. The state military police 
					considered the possibility of using the aircraft for drug trafficking patrols; this was rejected 
					by the state government. Registration PP-EKF reserved. Not formally registered, probably due to 
					lack of type approval. Based at Altamira. Registered PP-EKF 13Dec00; C of A expired 11Nov03. 
					Preserved and displayed at Museu Asas de um Sonho / Wings of a Dream Museum [aka TAM Museum], S
					ao Carlos, Brasil as US Army '72774'. The museum closed February 2016. To be relocated close 
					to the Brazilian Aerospace Memorial at São José dos Campos Airport, near the Embraer plant. 
				5055	(MSN 21960) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr69. 
				5056	(MSN 21961) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				5057	(MSN 21962) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, 
					Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Oct70 to Dec71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Dec71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 5Jan72 as 51-5057.
				5058	(MSN 21963) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb67. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-5058. Delivered 30Jan67 to Tan Son Nhut, Saigon 
					in a container. 110th Liaison Squadron, 41st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang; code BB. 
					Damaged on the ground during the Tet Offensive at Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68. Accident 23Mar68, South Vietnam.
				5059	(MSN 21964) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Jan69. Missing in action South Vietnam 9Jan69 [2MIA]. 
					The observer was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 94th Artillery. Their mission was to search out and 
					identify enemy targets for the artillery battery at Khe Sanh to fire upon. The plane diverted to 
					assist a reconnaissance team that was in enemy contact on a heavily forested hill west of Khe Sanh. 
					After aiding the team and being relieved by another aircraft, the plane was low on fuel as it headed 
					back to Phu Bai. The weather was bad and the pilot reported that he was lost and the weather was 
					worsening. The aircraft was not equipped to fly IMC. Based on the direction the aircraft told 
					them it was flying, the radar station advised it to climb because of mountains in the area. No 
					further transmissions were heard. It was believed that the O1G went down in extremely rugged, 
					heavily forested mountains approximately nine miles east of the South Vietnamese/Lao border, 
					14 miles southeast of Khe Sanh and 44 miles east-southeast of their base. Search and rescue 
					operations were initiated at first light, but were broken off after a few days because of poor 
					weather conditions. They resumed once the weather cleared, but again failed to locate any trace 
					of the aircraft or its crew. In August 1975 a refugee reported seeing two downed US aircraft 
					in the general area where the Bird Dog vanished. He described one as an F-5 jet and the other 
					one as an L-19. He was told that two Americans on the L-19 were killed and buried one kilometer 
					from the crash. However, he was unable to provide information on the exact location of the burial site.
				5060	(MSN 21965) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5061	(MSN 21966) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Accident at Fort Sill, OK 26Jan52.
				5062	(MSN 21967) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5063	(MSN 21968) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5064	(MSN 21969) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Can Tho, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Jul70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 3Nov71 as 51-5064. Accident South Vietnam 
					19Jul74. 
				5065	(MSN 21970) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar68 to Feb69. Non-combat accident 30Apr68. Crashed during takeoff at Cam Ly, Dalat, South 
					Vietnam 24Feb69 [1INJ]. Last US Army report 15Feb69.
				5066	(MSN 21971) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5067	(MSN 21972) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Norwegian Air 
					Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-5067, code CE-J. Ferried from Sandhofen to Værnes, Trondheim, Norway, 
					arriving 11Jan66. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Damaged at 
					Bardufoss 4Sep66. Flown from Bardufoss to Værnes for main inspection 23Sep96. Flown from Bardufoss to 
					Torp 9Feb77, dismantled and transported by road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; 
					retained O-1A designation. Transported back to Torp 1May77, assembled, weighed and test flown; 
					returned to Bardufoss. Crashed at Dovregubbens Hall, Vålåsjø near Dovrefjell 8Aug66. The accident 
					happened during a stay between two exercises in fire fighting artillery on Hjerkinn shooting range. 
					During a simulated emergency landing, the engine lost power and the aircraft struck the ground. 
					Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo for repair; completed 2Jan88. Minor accident 
					at Setermoen 9Nov89. Stored at Bardufoss 9Jan90. SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US Government 16Jun92. 
					Acquired by Government of the State of Pará, Brazil for ambulance services for the remote villages 
					in the interior of the state. Dismantled and shipped from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. Assembled 
					and prepared by Taxi Aéreo Kovacs, Belém; modified to carry a stretcher. Customs delays for imported 
					material caused the aircraft to be stored outside under very poor climatic conditions with high humidity. 
					The state military police considered the possibility of using the aircraft for drug trafficking 
					patrols; this was rejected by the state government. Registration PP-EKN reserved. Not formally 
					registered, probably due to lack of type approval. Registered as PP-EKN. WFU 1996. Exhibited at 
					Museu Aeroespacial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro.
				5068	(MSN 21973) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire May58 as L.12-4. Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), 
					Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. Escuadrón 99, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid 1959. Escuadrón 402, Torrejón de Ardoz, 
					Madrid 1965. Escuadrón 407, Tablada, Sevilla 14Jun66; code 407-4. Crashed after hitting trees near 
					Ezcaray, southwest of Logroño, La Rioja, Spain 11Jun70 [2INJ]. SOC 19Aug70.
				5069/5072 MSNs did not run in sequence.
				5069	(MSN 21974) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5070	(MSN 21977) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5071	(MSN 21976) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Dec68 to Jul70. Crashed on take-off from Dong Ha, South Vietnam 30Jul70 [2KIA]. 
					Last US Army report 15Jul70.
				5072	(MSN 21975) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5073/5109 	(MSN 21932/22014)
				5073	(MSN 21978) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Transferred to USAF 28Jul66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6250th 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nha Trang, 8Dec66. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 2Feb70 at Cam Ranh Bay, 
					South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 3Feb70 as 51-5073. 
					Accident 30Nov70, South Vietnam.
				5074	(MSN 21979) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Transferred to USAF 21Oct66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang 8Dec66. The FAC was flying with a US Army observer 
					over Quang Nam Province South Vietnam 6Apr67. They were covering a SOG operation fifteen miles west of 
					Da Nang when they were shot down and killed [2KIA].
				5075	(MSN 21980) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				5076	(MSN 21981) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				5077	(MSN 21982) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Thai Army as 5077. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. 
					Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi 
					by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Feb18.
				5078	(MSN 21983) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 2Nov66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nha Trang. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 8Dec66. 
					Shot down in Central Highlands, Vietnam 24Feb67 [1KIA]. The FAC was flying from Dalat supporting 
					the 23rd South Vietnamese Ranger Battalion in the Central Highlands Lam Dong Province South Vietnam. 
					He saw that the Rangers were about to be ambushed by superior forces and warned them. He marked the 
					target for escorting Army helicopters but they retired after one was hit by ground fire. There was 
					an air strike on the way but the FAC knew it would not arrive in time to save the Rangers. He 
					continued diving on the enemy troops and firing his rockets until they were depleted and then he 
					used his automatic rifle to hold the enemy troops in position until the fighters arrived. On his 
					third pass firing his rifle he was hit by enemy ground fire and crashed near the Rangers he was 
					defending. He was pulled unconscious and wounded from the wreckage after the enemy was driven 
					off by a flight of F-4 Phantom aircraft. The FAC died in the helicopter en route to hospital; he 
					was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.
				5079	(MSN 21984) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					199th Aviation Company, Fort Hood, TX. Ferried to Fort Hood Mar67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jul67. 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Vinh Long Aug67. 
					199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug67 to Jul68. Shot down by hostile fire Dinh Tuong, South Vietnam 4Jul68.
				5080	(MSN 21985) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				5081	(MSN 21986) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep66 to Feb67. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, 
					Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar67 to Oct71. Wing damaged and left landing gear sheared 
					off when ground looped landing at Phu Bai 1967; wing replaced. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation 
					Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang when the unit was deactivated 1971. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 29Nov71 
					as 51-5081. Recovered 1989 from Bien Hoa, Vietnam by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
					Registered 1Oct93 as VH-XVN; current [Apr19]. Operates on floats.
				5082	(MSN 21987) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5083	(MSN 21988) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. III Corps, Fort Hood, TX. The aircraft was on 
					a training flight returning to Fort Hood in bad weather and with a faulty altimeter when it crashed 
					near Highway 281, south of the Guadalupe River, TX 8May59.
				5084	(MSN 21989) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5085	(MSN 21990) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Mar68.
				5086	(MSN 21991) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Jun66. Transferred to USAF 21Jul66. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec66. 
					22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, 
					Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Jan67. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan70. 
					SOC 25Feb71 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 
					27Feb71 as 51-5086.
				5087	(MSN 21992) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5088	(MSN 21993) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				5089	(MSN 21994) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5090	(MSN 21995) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				5091	(MSN 21996) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 14Aug71 as 51-5091.
				5092	(MSN 21997) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5193G; expired15Mar94, cancelled 1Apr13. 
					Substantially damaged 30May73 during landing at Tracy, CA, when left main landing gear collapsed. 
					Destroyed during fish spotting for herring when collided with Piper PA-18, N6966D at Boulder Bay, AK 
					9Apr91. The impact severed the tail; the aircraft went out of control and crashed on mountainous 
					terrain. According to witnesses, the pilots of about 50 fish spotting aircraft were flying in 
					the vicinity of Boulder Bay, circling and waiting for opening of herring fishing. Each spotting 
					pilot was teamed with associated fishing vessels. The spotting pilots were in communication with 
					their respective fishing vessels, but not with each other. Subsequently, two of the aircraft, 
					Piper PA-18, N6966D and Cessna Model 305A, N5193G, converged and collided. The PA-18 pilot said 
					that he had been established in level flight for about one mile at 1200ft when the collision occurred. 
					Just before impact, he noted the Cessna Model 305 converging from his left rear quarter, slightly low, 
					and in a slight left bank. After impact, the Cessna went out of control and crashed on mountainous terrain.
					The PA-18 sustained damage to its fuselage and float/strut system, but the pilot was able to land 
					successfully.
				5093	(MSN 21998) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5094	(MSN 21999) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5095	(MSN 22000) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to USAF 
					Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1973 as N5194G; current [Apr19].
				5096	(MSN 22001) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 24Jun71 as 51-5096. 
					120th Liaison Squadron, 41st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Binh Thuy. Shot down when hit by anti-aircraft 
					fire west of Tay Ninh, South Vietnam 26Aug72 [2KIA].
				5097	(MSN 22002) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 25Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Jan67. The FAC was flying near Ap Bac, 
					about 40 miles southwest of Saigon in Kien Tuong Province, South Vietnam when the aircraft was shot 
					down by automatic weapons ground fire 14Aug69 [1KIA].
				5098	(MSN 22003) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				5099	(MSN 22004) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					199th Aviation Company, Fort Hood, TX. Ferried to Fort Hood 28Feb67. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jul67. 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Vinh Long Jul67. 199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to Sep70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Shotgun, Vinh Long, South Vietnam Sep70 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 16Nov71 as 51-5099. Accident 7May72, South Vietnam.
				5100	(MSN 22005) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Pakistan Army Aviation as 51-5100. Crashed 14Apr72. The aircraft lost height overhead Mandi Sadiq Ganj 
					after the passenger pressed his leg on the rear control column while waving to troops below. On the 
					release of the pressure, the aircraft pulled up sharply as the pilot had been exerting a backward 
					pressure on the stick. The stall took place at 300-350ft and recovery could not be made.
				5101	(MSN 22006) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Hawkeyes, Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Jan69 
					to Jul70. Turned in to the 79th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, 
					Phu Yen Province when the unit was deactivated Jul70. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul70 to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep70. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for repair and maintenance Jan71. Last US Army report 15Jun71.
				5102	(MSN 22007) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Jun66. Transferred to USAF 17Jul66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang 8Dec66. Shot down just outside the northern edge of the DMZ, 
					five miles northwest of Thon Can So, South Vietnam 22May67 [1MIA]. The FAC was on a visual 
					reconnaissance mission during Operation Tally Ho at 8,000 feet searching for surface-to-air missile 
					sites when his aircraft was blown out of the sky by a SA-2 missile.
				5103	(MSN 22008) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 31Oct66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nha Trang. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 8Dec66. 
					Accident 9Jul69, South Vietnam. SOC 9Jul69.
				5104	(MSN 22009) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Transferred to USAF 2Nov66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. Damaged by a mortar attack during the Tet Offensive at Duc Hoa, South Vietnam 31Jan68. 
					SOC 11Jul70 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 
					1May71 as 51-5104. Major repairs 6Dec71 thro May72. Possibly Royal Thai Army as 5104. Written off 3Nov92.
				5105	(MSN 21990) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 3Jun59 as 51-5105; code 3A-CE. 
					Ground instructional airframe at Bundesfachschule für Flugtechnik, Langenlebarn. Fliegerhorst 
					Brumowski / Federal College of Aviation Technology, Brumowski Air Base, Langenlebarn, Austria.
				5106	(MSN 22011) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				5107	(MSN 22012) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				5108	(MSN 22013) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				5109	(MSN 22014) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force as 51-5109. Accident Feb66, South Vietnam.
51-5110/5111		de Havilland Canada YL-20 Beaver
				DHC-2 off-the-shelf evaluation aircraft for USAF
				5110 (MSN 98) delivered Feb 8, 1951.  to civil registry as N4790C (Civil Air Patrol), then registered CF-DLL
					May 31, 1972.
				5111 (MSN 99) damaged Sep 24, 1951 during takeoff due to mechanical failure
51-5112/5113		Seibel (Cessna) YH-24 
51-5114/5172		Convair T-29B 
				MSN 245/303.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				5114 (MSN 245) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB152 Feb 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Jun 14, 1979.  Broken up.
				5115 (MSN 246) converted to VT-29B.  Wfu and stored at Ramstein AB, West Germany Jul 1976.
					To civil registry as N98095 with Nathanial Kalt Oct 1977.  
				5116 (MSN 247) converted to VT-29B.  Damaged Sep 10, 1952 Harlingen, Texas (landing).
					To MASDC as TB183 Mar 24, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 8, 1979.
				5117 (MSN 248) loaned to US Navy as 515117.   To MASDC as 6T010 Feb 2, 1976.  To civil registry as N1178D
				5118 (MSN 249) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB205 Apr 21, 1975.  To civil registry as N99380.
				5119 (MSN 250) WFU and stored 1973
				5120 (MSN 251) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB164 Mar 4, 1975.  To N99330 , then N99654
				5121 (MSN 252) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB120 Jan 17, 1975.  To civil registry as N160PA.
					Scrapped in 1984
				5122 (MSN 253) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB151 Feb 11, 1975.  To Desert Air Parts Mar 1, 1977. Broken up
				5123 (MSN 254) converted to VT-29B to MASDC as TB092 Dec 19, 1974.  To civil registry as N1342N.
					Impounded in Bermuda in 1984.
				5124 (MSN 255) loaned to US Navy as 515124.  To MASDC as TB128 Jan 24, 1975.  To civil registry as N99383
				5125 (MSN 256) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB282 Jun 24, 1975.  To civil registry as N99382
				5126 (MSN 257) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB115 Jan 15, 1975.  
				5127 (MSN 258) to MASDC Feb 1977.  Broken up
				5128 (MSN 259) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB284 Jun 24, 1975.  To civil registry as N64677.
					WFU and stored in 1982
				5129 (MSN 260) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB160 Feb 25, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Apr 30, 1980.  Had been loaned to US Navy as 515129.
				5130 (MSN 261) converted to VT-29B.  WFU and stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ as TB271 Jun 19, 1975.
					Bought by Aerotur S. A. in 1979 and registered XA-JOV.  Bought
					by Aero Cozumel Mar 1983.  W/o when crashed on takeoff after engine
					failure at Cancun, Mexico Mar 15, 1984.
				5131 (MSN 262) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB290 Jun 25, 1975.  To civil registry as N3845W
				5132 (MSN 263) to NT-29B.  To MASDC as TB002 Sep 19, 1969
				5133 (MSN 264) to MASDC May 1975.
				5134 (MSN 265) converted to NT-29B.  To MASDC as TB124 Jan 20, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp 
					Jun 30, 1980.
				5135 (MSN 266) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB117 Jan 16, 1975.  To civil registry as N2302S
				5136 (MSN 267) converted to VT-29B.  To US civil registry as N1688.  Cancelled on export to 
					Philippines Feb 11, 1976.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C110.  WFU at Manila, 
					Philippines.
				5137 (MSN 268) to MASDC as TB226 May 14, 1975.  To civil registry as N31325
				5138 (MSN 269) WFU and stored at MASDC in 1973
				5139 (MSN 270) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB134 Jan 27, 1975.  To civil registry as N99653.  
					Abandoned at Ostend, Belgium in 1979.  Finally scrapped at the beginning of the 1980s.
				5140 (MSN 271) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB162 Feb 28, 1975.  To civil registry as N9618A
				5141 (MSN 272) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB177 Mar 14, 1975.  To civil registry as N46965 Feb 16, 1977.  
					To N290JD Nov 25, 1979.  WFU and stored in 1981.  Current in 2013 as N290JD
				5142 (MSN 273) to MASDC as TB215 May 6, 1975.  To CP-1337
				5143 (MSN 274) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB257 Jun 9, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Apr 24, 1980.
				5144 (MSN 275) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB080 Dec 13, 1974.  To civil registry as N144GT
				5145 (MSN 276) converted to VT-29 for Navy as 515145, civil registry N1178Q. To MASDC as TB304
					Oct 15, 1975.  Later to YT009 Jan 27, 1976.  Put on static display at Mercer Field, Calhoun, Georgia
				5146 (MSN 277) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB149 Feb 10, 1975
				5147 (MSN 278) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB070 Dec 9, 1974.   To civil registry as N99377, then N150PA.
				5148 (MSN 279) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB145 Feb 6, 1975.  To civil registry as N99376 Mar 10, 1978.
					To N152PA Oct 3, 1978.  To C-GFTC Mar 17, 1989.
				5149 (MSN 280) to MASDC as TB141 Jan 30, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 1, 1980, broken up
				5150 (MSN 281) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB154 Feb 18, 1975.  To civil registry as N64725 with 
					Northern Air Cargo.  Stored next to AMARC in Tucson.  Purchased by Tom Anderson in 
					1979 and cargo door added, used to fly fish in Alaska.  Purchased by TolAir of Puerto
					Rico in 1994 and rereregistered N355T.  Suffered double engine failure
					May 22, 1997 San Juan, Puerto Rico and made forced landing on beach but
					ended up in 5 feet of water.  Crew of 3 uninjured.
				5151 (MSN 282) to MASDC as TB182 Mar 21, 1975.  To civil registry as N23853.  Stored at Santo Domingo
					Mar 14, 1991.
				5152 (MSN 283) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB174 Mar 12, 1975.  To civil registry as N2302F,
					then N425GA, then N152JR
				5153 (MSN 284) to MASDC Mar 1975.  To Kolar Inc Mar 28, 1977, probably broken up
				5154 (MSN 285) converted VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB180 Mar 18, 1975.  To civil registry as N99653.
					WFU and stored in 1980
				5155 (MSN 286) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB108 Jan 10, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Apr 30, 1980.
				5156 (MSN 287) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB190 Apr 1975.   To civil registry as N9662A May 22, 1978.
					Registration cancelledJun 1o98
				5157 (MSN 288) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB196 Apr 11, 1975.  To civil registryh as N1045N
				5158 (MSN 289) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB098 Jan 3, 1975.  To civil registr as N8060Q, but NTU.
				5159 (MSN 290) to MASDC as TB158 Feb 20, 1975.   To civil registry as N87288.  Seen at Dixie Salvage, 
					Cross City, FL without engines.
				5160 (MSN 291) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB116 Jan 16, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Feb 1, 1980, broken up
				5161 (MSN 292) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB062 Nov 13, 1974.   To XA-JOU.  Derelict by Feb 22, 1992.
				5162 (MSN 293) WFU and stored at MASDC in 1973
				5163 (MSN 294) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB159 Feb 25, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Oct 27, 1979.  
				5164 (MSN 295) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB135 Jan 27, 1975.  To civil registry as N80150.  Stored
				5165 (MSN 296) transferred to US Navy Jan 29, 1963 as 515165.  To MASDC as 6T013 Oct 20, 1976. 
				5166 (MSN 297) transferred to US Navy Jan 29, 1963 as 515166.  To MASDC as 6T011 Mar 17, 1976
				5167 (MSN 298) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB200 Apr 15, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Dec 7, 1979.
				5168 (MSN 299) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB249 May 29, 1975.  To civilian registry as N159PA
				5169 (MSN 300) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB212 May 5, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Co. 
				5170 (MSN 301) to MASDC as TB107 Jan 10, 1975.  To Hillcrest Aviation Co Apr 29, 1977
				5171 (MSN 201) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB298 Jun 30, 1975.  To civil registry as N9018Y, then N840M 
				5172 (MSN 303) to MASDC.  On display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
51-5173/5187		Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
				MSN 43583/43597.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5174,5175,5177/5182,5184/5187 to C-124C
				5173 (MSN 43583) crashed while landing at Binghamton Apt, NY Sep 4, 1957.
				5174 (MSN 43584) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ112 Nov 12, 1969
				5175 (MSN 43585) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1969
				5176 (MSN 43586) crashed in northern Canada in 1957
				5177 (MSN 43587) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ051 May 2, 1969
				5178 (MSN 43588) crashed 50 mi NW of Recife, Brazil Jul 28, 1968.  10 killed.
					Flew into hill during descent.
				5179 (MSN 43589) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ052 Mar 4, 1969
				5180 (MSN 43590) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ257 Mar 13, 1972
				5181 (MSN 43591) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1971
				5182 (MSN 43592) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1971
				5183 (MSN 43593) crashed at Enewetak Island Apt, Marshall Islands Jun 16, 1956
					while landing.
				5184 (MSN 43594) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1971
				5185 (MSN 43595) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ263 Mar 29, 1972
				5186 (MSN 43596) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 12, 1969
				5187 (MSN 43597) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ255 Mar 3, 1972.
51-5188/5213		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
				MSN 43598/43623.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5188 (MSN 43598) to MASDC as CQ328 Feb 14, 1973
				5189 (MSN 43599) to MASDC as CQ240 Feb 15, 1972
				5190 (MSN 43600) to MASDC Jun 28, 1969
				5191 (MSN 43601) to MASDC Apr 15, 1969.  To civil registry as N9262A
				5192 (MSN 43602) to MASDC Jul 1, 1969
				5193 (MSN 43603) to MASDC as CQ175 Apr 15, 1971
				5194 (MSN 43604) to MASDC as CQ267 Apr 5, 1972
				5195 (MSN 43605) to MASDC as CQ276 Apr 21, 1972
				5196 (MSN 43606) to MASDC Apr 16, 1969
				5197 (MSN 43607) to MASDC Apr 8, 1969
				5198 (MSN 43608) DBR in ground accident at Hickam AFB, HI
					Mar 6, 1968.
				5199 (MSN 43609) to MASDC Nov 10, 1969. Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				5200 (MSN 43610) to MASDC as CQ016 Apr 7, 1969
				5201 (MSN 43611) crashed on takeoff from Incirlik, Turkey Mar 31, 1959
				5202 (MSN 43612) to MASDC to MASDC as CQ209 Oct 13, 1971
				5203 (MSN 43613) to MASDC Apr 10, 1969
				5205 (MSN 43615) to MASDC as CQ234 Jan 25, 1972
				5206 (MSN 43616) to MASDC as CQ252 Feb 28, 1972
				5207 to MASDC Apr 4, 1969
				5208 to MASDC as CQ025 Apr 12, 1969
				5209 to MASDC as CQ260 Mar 23, 1972
				5210 (MSN 43620) DBR at Campbell AAF, KY Jul 2, 1954.
				5211 to MASDC Apr 13, 1971
				5212 to MASDC as CQ105 Apr 5, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
				5213 to MASDC Jan 23, 1969
51-5214/5234		Boeing B-47E-60-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450499/450519.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5214 to MASDC Mar 24, 1961.  SOC May 1961.
				5215 to MASDC Mar 20, 1961.  SOC Apr 1961
				5216 to MASDC Feb 13, 1963.  Scrapped Mar 1977
				5217 to MASDC Jun 5, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5218 converted to WB-47E.  TO MASDC Sep 10, 1969
				5219 Modified by Boeing and used for aerodynamic and compatabilty tests for Project MX-776, the 
					development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. Designated DB-47E. Transferred 
					to Edwards AFB, CA 3Sep54 for flight tests. Later used to drop the simulated missile. 
					To Boeing Jan55 for installation of the Rascal guidance equipment.   
					Crashed while landing at Baltimore Airport, Maryland Sep 25, 1958.  Wreck salvaged Oct 1958.
				5220 converted to YDB-47E as Model 450-167-50 with GAM-63 missile.  Fitted with a Model 110 guidance sytem 
					for use by Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. 
					Designated DB-47E. Walker AFB, Roswell, NM for radio interference noise tests 1954. Boeing Field, 
					Seattle, WA. Transferred to Holloman Air Defense Center, NM 26Aug54 for launching the XB-63 
					Rascal[the XB-63 was initially referred to as a Pilotless Parasite Bomber, later redesignated as XGAM-63].
					5220 also used in Bold Orion ALBM program.  To MASDC Dec 1959.  SOC Mar 1961.
				5221 to MASDC Apr 22, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5222 to MASDC Mar 16, 1961
				5223 to MASDC Jun 20, 1961
				5224 to MASDC Mar 8, 1961
				5225 to MASDC Feb 20, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5226 to MASDC Mar 23, 1961
				5227 to MASDC Aug 29, 1960.  Salvaged May 1961
				5228 to MASDC Sep 26, 1960.  Salvaged Apr 1961
				5229 to MASDC Jan 31, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC  
				5230 (22nd BW) crashed on takeoff from March AFB, California Oct 5, 1956.  3 crewmen killed
				5231 to MASDC Jun 14, 1961.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5232 SOC with 303rd BW
				5233 (341st BW) crashed while landing at Dyess AFB, Texas Nov 24, 1956
				5234
51-5235/5257		Boeing B-47E-65-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450520/450542.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5235 SOC with 384th BW
				5236 to MASDC.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5237 SOC with 384th BW
				5238 to MASDC.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5239 salvaged at McConnell AFB, Kansas Feb 1960
				5240 to MASDC Apr 26, 1961.  Salvaged
				5241 SOC at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Oct 1960.  Salvaged
				5242 to MASDC Mar 7, 1960.  Salvaged
				5243 (380th BW) DBR in ground accident at Plattsburg AFB, New York Jan 1, 1960.  Salvaged Jan 13, 1960
				5244 to MASDC May 25, 1960.  Salvaged Feb 1961
				5245 to MASDC.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5246 to MASDC Oct 12, 1962.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5247 to MASDC May 23, 1962.  Salvaged
				5248 (307th BW) crashed on takeoff at Lincoln AFB Oct 8, 1959.  3 crewmembers and instructor pilot killed.
				5249 to MASDC Jun 8, 1960.  Salvaged Feb 1961
				5250 to MASDC Jan 22, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5251 was used by US Navy, but by 1987 had been retired and was then at AMARC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.
					Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5252 (44th BW) lost control after refueling due to pilot vertigo and crashed near Ouijda, Morocco Jun 10, 1954.
					One killed, two ejected.
				5253 to MASDC May 10, 1961
				5254 to MASDC Apr 26, 1961
				5255 to MASDC Mar 12, 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC May 1976
				5256 to MASDC Mar 18, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				5257 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
51-5258/5264		Boeing RB-47E-1-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450543/450549.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5258 converted to JRB-47E, then to NRB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 27, 1967
				5259 to MASDC Oct 23, 1957.  Salvaged Jul 1960
				5260 to MASDC Aug 1, 1960.  Salvaged Jun 1961
				5261 to MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged Jun 1961
				5262 SOC with 384th BW in 1960
				5263 SOC with 70th SRW
				5264 to MASDC Oct 21, 1957.  Salvaged Apr 1960
51-5265/5270		Boeing RB-47E-5-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450550/450555.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5265 to MASDC Oct 22, 1957.  Salvaged Apr 1960
				5266 to MASDC Oct 15, 1957.  Salvaged Mar 1960
				5267 to MASDC Oct 16, 1957
				5268 to MASDC Oct 17, 1957.  Salvaged Mar 1960
				5269 to MASDC Oct 18, 1957.  Salvaged Apr 1960
				5270 to MASDC Oct 24, 1957.  Salvaged Nov 1960
51-5271/5276		Boeing RB-47E-10-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450556/450561.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5271 to MASDC Oct 25, 1957.  Salvaged Nov 1960
				5272 was the first Stratojet to be retired to MASDC, which took place Oct 14, 1957.
				5273 to MASDC Oct 18, 1957.  Salvaged Apr 1960
				5274 to MASDC Oct 25, 1957.  Salvaged Jun 1961
				5275 to MASDC Oct 14, 1957.  Salvaged Mar 1960
				5276 to MASDC Oct 28, 1957.  Salvaged Apr 1960
51-5277			Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				MSN G-95.  Delivered to USAF May 28, 1952. MAP delivery to Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa as 7101. 
				 Possible collision with another aircraft; seen damaged at Lajes AB May 1960, SOC Oct1960.
51-5278/5306		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				5278 (MSN G-158) weather damaged Sep 29, 1954 near Rhein-Main, West Germany
				5279 (MSN G-159)
				5280 (MSN G-161)
				5281 (MSN G-162) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15281, coded KK-E.  MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
					as AN.1B-10 
				5282 (MSN G-163) displayed at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton OH. 
					The HU-16 on display was one of the last operational USAF Albatrosses. It established a world altitude 
					record for twin-engine amphibians when it reached 32,883 feet on July 4, 1973. Two weeks later, it was 
					flown to the museum.
				5283 (MSN G-164) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15283, coded KK-G. MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del 
					Aire as AN.1B-11.  WFU
				5284 (MSN G-165)
				5285 (MSN G-166) weather damaged May 27, 1953 near Lowry, Colorado
				5286 (MSN G-167) damaged in takeoff accident Oct 28, 1952 Palm Beach Intl Airport, Florida
				5287 (MSN G-168) crashed Jun 18, 1965. The Albatross was on a rescue mission in Vietnam when it was damaged 
					and sank about 200 km off the North Vietnamese coast. The crew and survivors were rescued by a 
					Norwegian ship. The amphibian plane was searching for the crew of two USAF B-52F bombers (57-0047 
					and 57-0179) that collided in the area.
				5288 (MSN G-169)
				5289 (MSN G-171) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15289, coded KK-F.  Modified to HU-16B-ECM for MAP delivery 
					to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later to the Hellenic Air Force as 515289 in 1970.  Modified 
					as ECM/ELINT aircraft. Stored at Hellenic Air Force Museum, Dekelia Air Base, Tatoi, Athens, Greece
				5290 (MSN G-172)
				5291 (MSN G-173) used for space tracking duties at Hickam AFB, Hawaii. Davis Monthan AFB AZ: wfu, open 
					storage 1973. N7049C Caribbean Flying Boats, Miami FL: reg. res. Nov 1988. Amleco Inc, Tucson AZ Apr 1994. 
					to N291TC Amleco Inc, Tucson AZ Jul 1994. To John Gasho/ Western International Aviation, Tucson AZ 1994. 
					Amleco Inc, Tucson AZ May 10, 1995, current.  N291TC noted at Tucson Jul00 with a pair of jet skis 
					mounted on under-wing pylons.
				5292 (MSN G-174) operated by Pan Am Space Tracking Service 1968. N65135 Robert Bean, Hereford AZ Aug 13, 1975. 
					To Trans American Air Transport, Chicago IL Oct 1975.  To N311MC Trans American Air Transport, Chicago IL 
					1977.  To N211MC Trans American Air Transport, Chicago IL Mar 1980. To Libardo Camargo, Bogota, Colombia 
					1983. Abandoned Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos May 84/1988.  To Albert C. Hansen, Mojave CA Aug 1988. 
					Barnstormer's Import & Lsg, Scottsdale AZ Jun 21, 1995.  To Michael J. Walton, Scottsdale AZ Mar 7, 2000. 
					To Hoosier Warbird Club Inc, Auburn IN Jul 13, 2000.  To Dean V. Kruse Foundation, Auburn IN Feb 21, 2001. 
					To Hoosier Warbird Club Inc, Auburn IN  Feb 4, 2002. Wfu open storage, Mesa AZ 1996/2008. 
					Registered Apr 19, 2013 to Floyd Stillwell, Phoenix-Mesa AZ. Current.
				5293 (MSN G-175)
				5294 (MSN G-176)
				5295 (MSN G-177) to Spanish AF as AD.1B-12.  WFU
				5296 (MSN G-178)
				5297 (MSN G-179)
				5298 (MSN G-181) weather damaged Jan 1, 1954 Narsarsuak, Greenland
				5299 (MSN G-182)
				5300 (MSN G-183) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15300, coded KK-A. MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército 
					del Aire as AN.1B-13.  Noted on display at Moron de la Frontera Sep 2010.
				5301 (MSN G-184)
				5302 (MSN G-185) damaged Nov 28, 1953 Atlantic
				5303 (MSN G-186) To USAF Museum, displayed at Lackland AFB TX, 1968 to 1994.  To N41011 Darryl G. Greenamyer 
					& Ascher Ward/ILOC Corp, Ocala FL Jul 21, 1994.  To Robert F. Carlson, East Walpole MA Apr 11, 1995.
					To N85303 ILOC Corp, Ocala FL Aug 14, 1995.  To Bob Ryan, Conroe TX 1997.  To Robert F. Carlson, Carson 
					City NV 1998.  To Charles H. Hainline, Hammond OR Jun 2004.  To Surf Wing Inc, Laguna Beach CA Nov 3, 2004. 
					To N7773B, ntu Jan 2005.  To N85303 operated by Billabong Clipper, Honolulu HI 2005. 
					Open storage Avra Valley AZ 08. Aero Law Group, Bellevue WA 11. To Greatest Generational Naval Museum, 
					San Diego CA Jan 11, 2013, current
				5304 (MSN G-187) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-8.  Now on display at Spanish Air Force Museum, Cuatro 
					Vientos, near Madrid.
				5305 (MSN G-188) crashed during landing at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, sometime in 1970..
				5306 (MSN G-189)
51-5307/5512		Lockheed F-94B-5-LO
				MSN 780-7261/7466
				5316 (6tth FIS, 57th FIG) crashed 1/2 mi NW of Anchorage IAP, AK Aug 23, 1951.
				5324 destroyed in crash at El Mirage dry Lake, CA Aug 23, 1951.
				5329 to NACA as 203.
				5342 (105th FIS) hit trees during descent at night, climbed to bailout, aircraft crashed 5 mi N
					of Port St. Joe, FL Jul 17, 1952.
				5350 (68th FIS, 6160th ABS) crashed 50 mi Sw of Pusan, Korea Jan 10, 1953.
				5358 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) went belly into the sea after engine fire Dec 20, 1952.  Both crew killed.  Submerged in
					salt water for 95 hours.  Aircraft SOC.
				5371 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) crashed into construction equipment while landing on
					wrong runway Mar 4, 1952.
				5380 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1951
				5384 (319th FIS) crashed near K-13 Jun 23, 1953.  Two crew killed.
				5389 (319th FIS) damaged when landed short of runway Jul 11, 1952.  Crashed S of Suwon Jul 8, 1953, 
					2 crew killed.
				5400 with Delaware ANG
				5402 (95th FIS, 4710 AD) crashed 1 1/2 mi NE of Greensville, MD Jan 6, 1953.
				5408 lost in fire May 1958
				5409 lost Sueon, Korea Jun 2, 1953
				5415 crashed in Webster Pass, CO Dec 2, 1953.  2 crew killed.  Aircraft
					finally located Jul 2, 1954.
				5416 was with 319th FIS in Korea 1952-55, shipped back to USA during 1955 and transferred to 138th FIS of New York ANG.
				5420 with Delaware ANG.  Fatal crash New Castle, DE Jun 24, 1952.
				5425 with Delaware ANG.
				5427 with Delaware ANG
				5428 salvaged Komoki AB, Japan
				5431 (419th FIS) crashed near K-13 Nov 15, 1952.  2 crew KIA.
				5433 with Delaware ANG
				5451 (419th FIS) lost Jan 6, 1953.
				5453 (319th FIS) engine flamed out while landing at K-13 Dec 2, 1952.
				5459 (319th FIS, 5 AM) crashed 11 mi SSE of Suwon, Korea Jan 6, 1953.
				5476 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) collided with PO-2 SW of Yongmae, Korea Feb 27, 1952.  Pilot 1st Lt 
					Jack E. Brindley and R/O 1st Lt Richard D. Cunningham killed.
				5480 lost Itazuke AB, Jaoan Aug 22, 1952
				5491 (329th FIS, 5th AF) w/o in landing accident at Seoul/Kimpo, Korea Jan 12, 1953.
				5493 crashed and burned at approach end of runway at NAS Kodiak,
					Alaska Sep 10, 1952.  Two crew survived.
				5500,5501 modified as YF-94D
				5502 modified as NF-94B BOMARC test aircraft.
				5503 (319th FIS) MIA June 13, 1953 near Cho Do Island on west coast of North Korea.  2 crew MIA.
				5505 (319th FIS) crashed 13 mi SSW of Suwon, Korea Jan 17, 1953.
				5512 modified to test T-171 20-mm cannon
51-5513/5698		Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
				MSN 880-8109/8294
				5576 on display with American Legion Post 243 at Bessemer City, North Carolina
				5590 placed atop Pikes Peak in 1958 by the Colorado Springs Chapter of the Air Force Association as a tourist attraction. 
					After being vandalized, it was removed in 1964 and buried on location on the mountain and largely forgotten for forty years.   
					In 2003 was recovered & scrapped.
				5605 on display at 119th FW base, Fargo, ND
				5623 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				5671 on display as monument at Erie County Memorial Garden, Erie, PA in 2009.
				5676 (MSN 880-8271) on display in 1973 at Manhattan MAP, Kansas.
				5692 (MSN 880-8288) in 1973 waqs displayed at Falmouth, MA
51-5699/5705		Convair B-36H-10-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5699 (MSN 218) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1957 and scrapped there
				5700 (MSN 219) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC May 14, 1958 and scrapped there
				5701 (MSN 220) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. to MASDC Nov 19, 1957 and scrapped there
				5702 (MSN 222) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Oct 9, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5703 (MSN 224) Accepted by USAF Jul52. damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952. 
					11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Featherweight Configuration III 
					To MASDC Aug 29, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5704 (MSN 226) Accepted by USAF Oct52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  Was last B-36 to leave Carswell AFB for Davis
					Monthan boneyards May 30, 1958.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5705 (MSN 228) Accepted by USAF Jul52. damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952 when a 
					maintenance dock was blown into the aircraft. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by B-36D 49-2664 
					taxying at Carswell AFB, TX 5Jun53. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 27, 1957 and scrapped there.
51-5706/5711		Convair B-36H-15-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5706 (MSN 230) Accepted by USAF Jul52. damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952. 
					Converted into a prototype tanker-bomber for in-flight refueling of jet aircraft 
					at higher altitudes and speed using a probe and drogue system with a Mark XIV refueling 
					reel [TANBO XIV]. Testing began in March 1953 using a F-84 as a receiver. 
					Testing suspended 27May53. Transferred to the Rascal project 6Jul54. Bell Aircraft Company, 
					Buffalo, NY. Modified as a director aircraft. Fitted with a Model 110 guidance system Jul54 
					for use by Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. 
					Designated JDB-36H-15-CF, later designated EDB-36H-15-CF. Transferred to Holloman 
					Air Defense Center, Alamogordo, NM Dec54. Used for captive flight tests. Convair, Fort Worth 
					for overhaul. Returned to Holloman. Used in the Electronics Vulnerability Test (EVT) 
					Program with the JF-80 simulated missile. Featherweight Configuration II
					Redesignated JDB-36H after 1955.  To MASDC Sep 20, 1957 and scrapped there
				5707 (MSN 232) Accepted by USAF Aug52. Damaged by a tornado at Carswell AFB 1Sep52. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. to MASDC Jun 6, 1957 and scrapped there
				5708 (MSN 234) Accepted by USAF Aug52. Damaged by a tornado at Carswell AFB 1Sep52. 
					11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Sep 12, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5709 (MSN 236) Accepted by USAF Aug52. Damaged by a tornado at Carswell AFB 1Sep52. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. to MASDC Jun 7, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5710 (MSN 238) Accepted by USAF Aug52. damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.  
					Bell Aircraft Company, Buffalo, NY. Modified as a director aircraft. 
					Fitted with a Model 110 guidance system Jul54 for use by Project MX-776, 
					the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. 
					Designated YDB-36H-15-CF, later designated JDB-36H-15-CF, later designated EDB-36H-15-CF. 
					Transferred to Holloman Air Defense Center, Alamogordo, NM Jul54. Used for captive 
					flight tests and for launching GAM-63A’s. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jun 16, 1957 and scrapped there
				5711 (MSN 240) Accepted by USAF Aug52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1957 and scrapped there
51-5712/5717		Convair B-36H-20-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5712 (MSN 242) Accepted by USAF Jun52.  Damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952. the forward 
					fuselage was extensively damaged. Assigned early 1953 to Project MX-1589 as the Nuclear 
					Test Aircraft (NTA). Modified to carry a 3 megawatt, air-cooled nuclear reactor in its 
					bomb bay. The reactor, named the Aircraft Shield Test Reactor (ASTR), was operational 
					but did not power the plane. Air Research and Development Command. Designated 11Mar55 as 
					XB-36H-20-CF. First flight 20Jul55. Designated 6Jun56 as NB-36H-20-CF. The NTA completed 4
					7 flights and 215 hours of flight time (during 89 of which the reactor was operated) 
					between September 17, 1955, and March 1957 over New Mexico and Texas. This was the only 
					known airborne reactor experiment by the U.S. with an operational nuclear reactor on board, 
					but it did not power the aircraft. WFU at Fort Worth late 1957. Salvaged by Convair at 
					Fort Worth, TX Sep58. ‘Convair Crusader’.
				5713 (MSN 244) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Feb 7, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5714 (MSN 246) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1958 and scrapped there
				5715 (MSN 248) Accepted by USAF Jun52.  damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952. 
					11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC  Nov 7, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5716 (MSN 250) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC May 23, 1958 and scrapped there
				5717 (MSN 252) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC May 6, 1958 and scrapped there
51-5718/5723		Convair B-36H-25-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5718 (MSN 254) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.   To MASDC Nov 14, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5719 (MSN 256) Accepted by USAF Jul52. 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. The B-36 was one of 18 bombers of the 7th Bomb Wing 
					deployed from Carswell AFB to RAF Fairford, Oxfordshire via Goose Bay, Newfoundland 
					as part of a unit simulated combat mission, code named ‘Operation Styleshow’. 
					The weather had worsened when the formation arrived over RAF Fairford in the 
					morning and this bomber soon suffered from fuel starvation after experiencing two 
					missed GCA approaches and long periods of holding while other B-36 aircraft landed, 
					caused by inexperienced GCA personnel and an under-manned aircraft crew. 
					Rather than risk the lives of his crew or people on the ground, the pilot ordered his 
					crew to bail out 22 miles NE of Fairford and aimed the B-36 to crash in open country. 
					All crew members bailed out safely. The Peacemaker crashed in Nethermore Woods, 
					near Chippenham, Wiltshire after flying for an additional thirty miles.
				5720 (MSN 258) Accepted by USAF Aug52. Featherweight Configuration III.   New Mexico 
					Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico FY58. Forward fuselage 
					salvaged and displayed at the Ontario Air Museum, CA. Heavily vandalized and sold to David
					Tallichet in 1975.  Scrapped a few years later.
				5721 (MSM 260) Accepted by USAF Aug52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Feb 18, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5722 (MSN 262) Accepted by USAF Aug52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Nov 20, 1957 and scrapped there
				5723 (MSN 264) Accepted by USAF Aug52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III  To MASDC Aug 13, 1957 and scrapped there.
51-5724/5729		Convair B-36H-30-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5724 (MSN 266) Accepted by USAF Sep52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Sep 4, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5725 (MSN 268) Accepted by USAF Sep52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Jan 30, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5726 (MSN 270) Accepted by USAF Sep52. Converted to EB-36H-30-CF, later in 1955 as JB-36H-30-CF. 
					4925th Test Group, Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. 
					Damaged by structural failure at Kirtland AFB 28Jun54. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					Used as a high altitude photographic target for ground based cameras at the Atlantic 
					Missile Range, Cape Canaveral, FL. Used by the University of California Radiation 
					Laboratory, Berkley, CA during an investigation into the number and energy of cosmic 
					ray neutrons in the upper atmosphere Nov56-1Feb57.   Redesignated JB-36H after 1955.
					To MASDC Jun 19, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5727 (MSN 272) Accepted by USAF Sep52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Oct 2, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5728 (MSN 274) Accepted by USAF Sep52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Sep 10, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5729 (MSN 276) Accepted by USAF Sep52. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TXThe B-36 was one of 18 bombers of the 7th Bomb Wing 
					deployed from Carswell AFB to RAF Fairford, Oxfordshire via Goose Bay, Newfoundland 
					6Feb53 as part of a unit simulated combat mission, code named ‘Operation Styleshow’. 
					The aircraft was one of 14 B-36 bombers of the 7th Bomb Wing returning from the UK to 
					Carswell AFB 12Feb53. The bomber crashed 16.5miles SW of Goose AFB, Labrador 12Feb53 
					during an approach to land; it was misguided by GCA Labrador and crash landed on a hill (2KIS). 		
					Two killed.
51-5730/5735		Convair B-36H-35-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5730 (MSN 278) Accepted by USAF Oct52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III  To MASDC Feb 24, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5731 (MSN 280) Accepted by USAF Oct52. Converted to EB-36H-35-CF, later as JB-36H-35-CF. 
					4925th Test Group, Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. Damaged in 
					collision taxying at Kirtland AFB 3Sep53. Damaged by mechanical failure at Edwards AFB, CA 26Feb54. 
					Damaged by structural failure at Edwards AFB, CA 3Apr54. Damaged by engine failure near 
					Kirtland AFB 8Oct54. Featherweight Configuration III.  Redesignated JB-36H after 1955.
					To MASDC Mar 18, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5732 (MSN 282) Accepted by USAF Oct52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. to MASDC Oct 16, 1957 and scrapped there
				5733 (MSN 284) Accepted by USAF Oct52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1958 and scrapped there
				5734 (MSN 286) Accepted by USAF Nov52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  Appeared in 1955 film *Strategic Air Command*.  
					To MASDC Aug 27, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5735 (MSN 288) Accepted by USAF Nov52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Sep 25, 1957 and scrapped there
51-5736/5742		Convair B-36H-40-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5736 (MSN 290) Accepted by USAF Nov52. 26th Bombardment Squadron, 11th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged in collision with parked DB-17G 44-83597 
					while taxying at Kirtland AFB, NM 12Dec52. Damaged taxying at Amon Carter Field, TX 
					24Apr53. Attended the opening of Fort Worth’s Greater Southwest Airport [Amon Carter Field], 
					Texas 25Apr53. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1957 and scrapped there
				5737 (MSN 292) Accepted by USAF Nov52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jan 9, 1958 and scrapped there
				5738 (MSN 294) 	Accepted by USAF Dec52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Aug 14, 1957 and scrapped there
				5739 (MSN 296) Accepted by USAF Dec52. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Aug 28, 1957 and scrapped there
				5740 (MSN 298) Accepted by USAF Jan53. 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Aug 15, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5741 (MSN 299) Accepted by USAF Jan53. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX
					Damaged while flying through thunderstorm and was w/o Jun 7, 1957 at Carswell AFB, 
					stripped and used for firefighting practice.
				5742 (MSN 300) The B-36 was one of 18 bombers of the 7th Bomb Wing deployed from Carswell 
					AFB to RAF Fairford, Oxfordshire via Goose Bay, Newfoundland as part of a unit 
					simulated combat mission, code named ‘Operation Styleshow’.  During the flight from Goose 
					Bay to Fairford 6Feb53, all jet and reciprocating engines stopped and there was 
					complete electrical power failure over Iceland. The bomber landed safely at Fairford 
					after restarting the reciprocating engines. Departing Fairford to return to Goose Bay 12Feb53, 
					it was delayed when the two outboard propellers failed to come out of reverse. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1958 and scrapped there.
51-5743/5747		Convair RB-36H-10-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5743 (MSN 221) Accepted by USAF Mar52. Participated in Operation Teapot, a series of fourteen 
					nuclear tests at the Nevada test site 1955. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Nov 5, 1958 and scrapped there
				5744 (MSN 223) Accepted by USAF Mar52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Oct 9, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5745 (MSN 225) Accepted by USAF Mar52. 77th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 28th Strategic 
					Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. Force landed with engine failure at Anderson AB, 
					Guam 6May55. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Destroyed by a ground fire and explosion at Ramey AFB Nov 9, 1957.
				5746 (MSN 227) Accepted by USAF Apr52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. to MASDC Nov 13, 1958 and scrapped there
				5747 (MSN 229) Accepted by USAF Apr52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1958 and scrapped there.
51-5748/5753		Convair RB-36H-15-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5748 (MSN 231) Accepted by USAF Apr52.  Converted to JRB-36H camera platform to observe 
					Observation Hardtack I series of nuclear tests at Eniwetok and Bikini in 1958.  
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Aug 20, 1958 and scrapped there
				5749 (MSN 233) Accepted by USAF May52. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Mar 28, 1957 and scrapped there
				5750 (MSN 235) converted to JRB-36H camera platform to observe Observation Hardtack I series
					of nuclear tests at Eniwetok and Bikini in 1958.  To MASDC Aug 20, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5751 (MSN 237) Accepted by USAF Apr52. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5752 (MSN 239) Accepted by USAF May52. 718th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 28th Strategic 
					Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. Damaged at Rapid City AFB 25Feb53. 
					Featherweight Configuration II. to MASDC Mar 21, 1957 and scrapped there.
				5753 (MSN 241) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1958 and scrapped there.
51-5754/5756		Convair RB-36H-20-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5754 (MSN 243) Accepted by USAF May52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5755 (MSN 245) Accepted by USAF May52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1958 and scrapped there.
				5756 (MSN 247) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1958 and scrapped there.
51-5757/5771		Northrop F-89C-25-NO Scorpion
				5764 (528th FIG, 57th FIS) caught fire in flight and crashed 1 mi NE of Rome, NY Mar 4, 1954
51-5772/5801		Northrop F-89C-30-NO Scorpion
				5773 in takeoff accident at Presque Isle AFB, ME Mar 17, 1954
				5776 was on display in 1973 in dilapidated condition at entrance to Casa Grande Airport, Arizona.
				5777 to MASDC
				5780 crashed on landing at Presque Isle AFB, ME Oct 13, 1954.
				5781 wing failed and plane crashed Aug 30, 1952 during International Aviation Exposition in Detroit, MI.  
					Both crew killed.
				5783 lost near Aroostock, ME May 24, 1954
				5786 in ground fire at Presque Isle AFB, ME May 17, 1954.
51-5802/5836		Northrop F-89C-35-NO Scorpion
				5814 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY May54. 
					Modified and used by Bell to simulate the XB-63 Rascal pilotless parasite bomber for 
					Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. 
					Transferred to Holloman Air Defense Center, NM Mar57 for flight testing.
				5834 in ground fire at Presque Isle AFB, ME Nov 17, 1953.
				5836 in landing accident at Presque Isle AFB, ME Jul 4, 1953
51-5837/5856		Northrop F-89C-40-NO Scorpion
				5853 (433rd FIS, 520th FIG based at Truax AFB, WI) missing over Lake Superior Nov 23, 1953.  
					Aircraft took off to intercept an unknown aircraft 160 mi NW of Kinross AFB.
					F-89C aircraft was under radar control throughout the interception.
					Radio contact was lost and the unknown aircraft and the F-89
					merged together on the radar scope.  No further contact was
					made, and the wreck was not found.  Pilot Lt. Felix Moncla, Jr 
					and radar operator Lt. Robert Wilson missing.  This incident 
					appears quite often in the UFO literature.  USAF report claims 
					that the aircraft that was intercepted was a Canadian C-47, but 
					Canadian officials have denied this.  A report that the 
					wreck was found in 2005 has not been confirmed.
51-5857/5944		North American F-86D-25-NA Sabre
				MSN 173-1/88.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5857 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8155)
				5858 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8105)
				5861 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5862 damaged Apr 5, 1954 Mid air with 51-3013-Everett, WA
				5865 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5869  w/o Sep 20, 1954 Mechanical failure-18 miles ESE of Chandler, AZ.   Pilot bailed out
				5875 w/o Nov 9, 1959 in midair collision with 51-3053 2 mi W oF Albany, Oklahoma
				5877 damaged Mar 18, 1954 Structural failure-4 miles SE of Andrews AFB, Md
				5879 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8141)
				5886 to MASDC Apr 16, 1964
				5889 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8152)
				5890 damaged 15 Dec 15, 1954 t/off accident-McChord AFB, WA
				5891 (F-86L) on display with Georgia ANG at Savannah, Georgia Intl Airport
				5892 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8159)
				5894 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8137).  Collided on runway at Nagoya Mar 16, 1960 with
					All Nippon Airways DC-3 JA5018 (ex 41-18645).  F-86 w/o, having chopped the tail of the DC-3
					in which stewardess and 2 passengers out of 30 onboard were killed.
				5896 (F-86L) assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  On display at Calhoun, Mercer Air Field, Georgia
				5897 to MASDC
				5898 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8120)
				5901 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8142)
				5903 damaged Mar 22, 1953 Mechanical failure-30 miles N of Norton AFB, CA
				5905 w/o Sep 29, 1953 in crash 6 m WSW of Adelanto, California
				5908 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  On display at Gulfport, MS.
				5909 damaged Jun 16, 1954 t/off accident-George AFB, CA
				5910 w/o Dec 2, 1955 in crash 9 mi SE of Chatham, Louisiana
				5911 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5912 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8145)
				5913 w/o Jul 15, 1953 in crash 7 mi W of Helendale, California
				5915 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  On display in San Carlos, AZ
				5916 to MASDC May 2, 1964.
				5921 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5922 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8123)
				5923 w/o Sep 15, 1953 near Bowie, Missouri
				5926 w/o Oct 13, 1953 in crash 5 mi W of Park Ridge, Illinois
				5928 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5929 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  Damaged Oct 26, 1953 Landing-Geiger AFB, WA
				5930 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5931 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5933 w/o Jun 16, 1953 near Andrews AFB, Maryland
				5934 damaged Oct 30, 1954 Landing-Suffolk County AFB, NY
				5935  damaged Sep 17, 1953 Structural failure-Yuma Gunnery Range, Az
				5937 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5938 (F-86L) on display at American Legion Post 38, Appleton, Wisconsin
				5939 w/o Nov 18, 1954 in midair collision with 51-5962 7 mi E of George AFB, California
				5940 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
				5941 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  Transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8121)
				5942 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
51-5945/6144		North American F-86D-30-NA Sabre
				MSN 173-89/288
				5945 (MSN 173-89) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15945.  WFU Oct 6, 1965.  Used for fire practice
					at Vaerlose
				5946 (MSN 173-90) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15946.  WFU Aug 31, 1965.  To fire dump at 
					Skrydstrup Aug 31, 1965
				5947 (MSN 173-91) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15947.  Burned out in an accident at Aalborg AB
					Apr 24, 1961.  Preserved as gate guard at Aalborg, Denmark, with tail 
					number 51-6042 and false s/n F-326  Now at fire dump at Aalborg AB, Dec 2003
				5948 w/o Oct 9, 1953 in takeoff accident at Westover AFB, Massachusetts
				5949 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8156)
				5951 (MSN 173-95) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15951.  Crashed at Aalborg AB Apr 16, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely
				5952 (MSN 173-96) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15952.  WFU Jul 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Karup AB
				5953 (MSN 173-97) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15953.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Karup AB
				5955 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8107)
				5956 w/o Mar 22, 1955 engine fail/fire-20 miles E of Enumclaw, WA.   Pilot bailed out
				5957 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8106).  Displayed as gate guardian at Ashiya Air Base Nov 1992.  Still there
				5958 (MSN 173-102) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15958.  Midair collision with 51-8281 at Zetten, 
					Holland Apr 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5959 assigned Sacramento Air Materiel Area  (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 14, 1956 to Sep 19, 1958.
					Assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				5960 (MSN 173-104) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15960.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Vandel AB
				5963 (MSN 173-107) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15963.. WFU 1964.  Used for tests at Saltholm.
				5964 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8143)
				5965 w/o Mar 29, 1954 Landed short-5 miles S of Madison, WI
				5966 (MSN 173-110) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15966.  Flamed out and crashed near Karup AB Jan 22, 1962.  
					Pilot ejected safely
				5967 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8127).  Preserved at Hofu Air Base Nov 1992 and still present.
				5969 w/o in crash 8 mi S of Kittaning, Pennslylvania Mar 10, 1954
				5970 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8144).  
				5971 (MSN 173-115) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15971.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  To fire dump at Aalborg AB.  
					Seen there Dec 2003
				5973 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8138)
				5974 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8124)
				5976 (MSN 173-120) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15976.  Engine fire, crashed at Gjoel Feb 7, 1961.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				5977 (MSN 173-121) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15977, code AL-M, later as F-977.  TWFU Mar 31, 1966.
					Used as decoy at Karup AB.  Preserved at Kjevik AB, Denmark.  To Svedinos Bil-Och Flygmuseum in 
					Halmstad, Sweden Sep 2006.  In Mar 2016 noted at Musée de l'Aviation Château de Savigny-Lès-Beaune, France 
				5978 w/o Feb 13, 1954 in crash 3 mi SSE of Spokane, Washington
				5980 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8149)
				5982 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8133)
				5984 (MSN 173-128) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15984, code as F-984.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as
					a GIA at Kjevik AB.  To Svedinos Bil-Och Flygmuseum in Halmstad, Sweden Sep 2006.
				5985 (MSN 173-129) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15985.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
				5986 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 12, 1953 to Nov 7, 1957.
					Modified with gun sight tracking displays.
					Transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8134).  On display at Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
				5987 w/o May 19, 1953 in crash 3 mi SE of Crystal Lake, Illinois
				5988 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8153)
				5989 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8128)  Noted preserved at 4th Technical School at Kumagaya Nov 2014.
				5991 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8157)
				5992 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8125)
				5994 (MSN 173-138) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15994.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
				5995 damaged Aug 19, 1953 Landing-Scott AFB, IL
				5996 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8108)
				6002 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8109)
				6003 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8150)
				6004 w/o Nov 17, 1953 Westover AFB, Massachusetts
				6005 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8154)
				6008 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8129)
				6012 nose on display at Sparks Museum, NV.
				6013 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8126)
				6015 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8158)
				6016 (MSN 173-160) to Royal Danish AF Nov 21, 1958 as 16016.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
					Skrydstrup AB
				6017 (MSN 173-161) to Royal Danish AF Nov 14, 1958 as 16017.  Ran out of fuel, crashed in the river 
					Limfjorden Mar 9, 1960.  Pilot killed.
				6018 (MSN 173-162) to Royal Danish AF Sep 9, 1958 as 16018.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
				6019 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8110)
				6021 w/o Oct 8, 1953 near Eastport, New York
				6022 assigned to 42nd FIS at O'Hare IAP, Chicago, IL
				6023 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8146) and noted on display at Hijiri 
					Aviation Museum, Omi-mura in November 2018. 
				6026 (MSN 173-170) to Royal Danish AF Jun 2, 1959 as 16026.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
				6027 w/o Oct 2, 1954 when engine failed on takeoff at Duluth AB, Minnesota
				6028 (MSN 173-172) to Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16028.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
					Skrydstrup AB.  Under restoration at Aalborg AB.  Preserved at Helsingor, later at Vandel AB
				6030 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8111)
				6032 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8130)
				6033 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8112)
				6034 (MSN 173-178) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Sep 6, 1958 as 16034.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.
					Used as a decoy at Skrydstrup AB.  Later as a target at the Oksbol Range
				6037 (MSN 173-181) assigned to 37th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 23, 1958 as 16037.  Crashed at Ebeltoft Vig, 
					pilot ejected safely Jul 29, 1964
				6038 converted to F-86L.  On display at Luverne Park. Luverne, MN
				6039 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8135)
				6040 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8131)
				6042 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8113)
				6043 (MSN 173-187) to Royal Danish AF Oct 30, 1958 as 16043.  Engine failure, landed in river Limfjorden 
					May 16, 1961.  Pilot unhurt
				6046 w/o Apr 9, 1954 Suffolk County AB, New York
				6047 (MSN 173-191) to Royal Danish AF Dec 13, 1958 as 16047 .  Engine failure before landing, crashed at 
					Aalborg AB Apr 17, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6048 to MASDC
				6049 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8151)
				6050 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8147)
				6052 (MSN 173-196) to Royal Danish AF Dec 28, 1958 as 16052.  Crashed near Limfjorden/Aalborg AB Dec 14, 1962
				6053 (MSN 173-197) to Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1958 as 16053.  Flaps failure, crashed at Hvorup Oct 5, 1964.  
					Pilot ejected safely
				6055 (MSN 173-199, F-86L) was gate guard at Albany, Oregon in 1978.  Now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah. 
				6056 on display at Beale AFB, Marysville, CA
				6059 on display at Indian Rocks Beach, FL
				6060 (MSN 173-204) to Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1958 as 16069.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
				6061 damaged Aug 24, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
				6062 (MSN 173-206) assigned to 324th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16062 .  Crashed in river 
					Limfjorden near Aalborg AB Dec 14, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6066 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8132)
				6069 converted to F-86L. Donated Oct 5, 1961.   On display in a small park at Bridgeport, Washington.
				6071 (F-86L) on display at Davis Monthan AFB Warrior Park, Arizona.
				6073 to MASDC
				6074 converted to F-86L.  Mounted on a pole outside at Blackfoot, ID.
				6076 to MASDC.  To China Lake as a ground target
				6077 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8136)
				6078 converted to F-86L.  Donated Dec 28, 1960 and mounted on a pylon outside at city of Multon, West Virginia
				6080 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8114)
				6084 to MASCC
				6086 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8115)
				6087 fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				6089 w/o Jan 26, 1955 in crash 5 mi NW of Denison, Texas
				6090 (MSN 173-234) to Royal Danish AF Nov 21, 1958 as 16090.  Lost canopy and crashed at Hvorup Dec 1, 1958.  
					Pilot ejected safely
				6091 (F-86L) was on display at Carswell AFB, Texas.  Now with Oklahoma ANG, 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
				6093 to MASDC
				6094 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8122)
				6095 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8116)
				6096 (MSN 173-240) to Royal Danish AF Sep 24, 1958 as 16096.  WFU May 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
				6098 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8117).  Preserved at Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology.
				6102 damaged 2 Dec 1953 Engine fail/fire on landing-Hamilton AFB, CA
				6104 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8139)
				6105 (MSN 173-249) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16105.  Generator failure, 
					crashed at Hahn, Germany May 15, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely
				6106 (MSN 173-250) to Royal Danish AF Sep 1, 1958 as 16106.  Engine failure, crashed at Halvirimmen Dec 19, 1960.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				6108 w/o  Dec 2, 1954 Engine fail/fire-11 miles NW of Richland, WA  Pilot bailed out
				6109 (MSN 173-253) to Royal Danish AF Feb 26, 1959 as 16109.  Engine fire, crashed in sea north of Skagen 
					Jul 16, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6110 w/o May 26, 1955 in crash 12 mi S of Moses Lake, Washington
				6111 w/o Jul 12, 1953 in crash 1o mi N of Quilcene, Washington after midair with F-94A 49-2558.
				6112 fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard, 8/28/2000.
				6113 w/o Oct 23, 1953 Black Point, California
				6114 w/o 25 Jul 1955 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-Truax AFB, WI
				6115 To MASDC Apr 29, 1964, To China Lake as a grd target
				6118 (MSN 173-262) to Royal Danish AF Jan 15, 1959 as 16118.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
				6119 (MSN 173-263) to Royal Danish AF Aug 29, 1958 as 16119.  w/o Jul 17, 1965
				6121 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8148)
				6123 (MSN 173-267) to Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16123.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
				6126 on display at Hillsboro, IL
				6127 to MASDC
				6128 (MSN 173-272) to Royal Danish AF Aug 1, 1958 as 16128.  In wheels up landing at Ramstein AG, Germany 
					Apr 14, 1965
				6129 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8118)
				6130 damaged Oct 8, 1953 Structural failure-Kirtland AFB, NM:
				6131 w/o Nov 11, 1954 in crash 3 mi N of Burlington MAP, Vermont
				6132 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8119)
				6133 to MASDC
				6135 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8140)
				6138 w/o Nov 5, 1953 in crash 20 mi NW of Selfridge AFB, Michigan
				6139 to MASDC
				6140 to MASDC May 7, 1964
				6144 (F-86L) on display at Perrin AFB Museum, Sherman Grayson, Texas
51-6145/6262		North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre
				MSN 173-289/406
				6145 set world speed record of 715.697 mph on July 17, 1953 flown by Lt. Col. 
					William F. Barnes.  Later to Greek AF
				6148 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86913
				6149 to Greek AF.  Modified to operate AIM-9 Sidewinder
				6151 to Greek AF
				6152 damaged Sep 15, 1953 grd collision-Sioux City AFB, IA
				6155 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8161)
				6156 w/o dec 3, 1953 near Berville, Michigan in midair with 51-6184
				6158 to Greek AF.  Also reported as w/o Dec 15, 1953 at Moses Lake, Washington
				6162 transferred under MAP to RoKAF Feb 9, 1960.
				6166 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8162)
				6168 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Agrinion Sep 2005, again Nov 2013
				6169 to Greek AF
				6171 to Greek AF as 6171, then on display at Polemiko Mouseio, Athens, Greece.  By 1989 was at
					North East Aircraft Museum, Sunderland, England.
				6172 w/o Nov 30, 1953 in crash 4 mi E of Travis AFB, California
				6175 w/o May 31, 1955 in crash 9 mi E of Apalachiola, Florida
				6177 damaged Oct 21, 1953 Landing-Ethan Allen AFB, VT
				6178 w/o Apr 1, 1955 Witney Isle, Washington
				6179 to Greek AF
				6182 to Greek AF
				6183 to Greek AF
				6192 to Greek AF
				6198 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8163)
				6200 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8164)
				6202 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8165)
				6205 damaged Jun 17, 1954 Landing-McChord AFB, Wa
				6206 to Greek AF
				6207 to Greek AF
				6211 on display at Altamont, IL.
				6212 to Greek AF
				6214 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8166)
				6215 w/o Dec 12, 1953 in crash 6 mi S of Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
				6216 to Greek AF
				6217 to Greek AF
				6220 to Greek AF
				6224 w/o Aug 10, 1954 Mid air with 51-3033 w/o, 2 miles SW of Lakewood NJ.   Pilot bailed out
				6226  damaged Jun 29, 1954 Engine fail/fire & force landing-(on app)-Scott AFB, IL
				6227 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86901
				6228 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86902
				6229 to Greek AF
				6234 to Greek AF. Modified to operate AIM-9 Sidewinder.  Noted stored at Agrinion Sep 2005, again Nov 2013
				6235 damaged Feb 8, 1954 Structural failure-Scott AFB, IL
				6236  w/o Mar 15, 1954 grd fire at Grandview AFB, MO
				6237 to Greek AF
				6238 to Greek AF
				6240 to Greek AF
				6244 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8167)
				6245 damaged May 26, 1954 grd looped on t/off-Kirtland AFB, NM.  Transferred to Republic of China AF as F86918
				6246 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8168)
				6248 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86914
				6250 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8169)
				6252 w/o Jun 15, 1955 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-9 miles SSE of Panama City, FL
				6253 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86911
				6255 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86905
				6256 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86916
				6257 to Greek AF
				6258 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8170)
				6261 on display at Chandler, AZ marked as 52-10115.  Donated Oct 5, 1960.
51-6263/6266		de Havilland Canada YL-20 Beaver
				DHC-2 Off-the-shelf evaluation aircraft for US Army
				6263 (MSN 109) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				6264 (MSN 110) to C-FRBL.  Registered N888BH Oct 6, 1992, current
				6265 (MSN 114)
				6266 (MSN 115) delivered Apr 20, 1951.  MAP transfer to Honduras AF with civil registry of HP-292
51-6267/6494		Cancelled Contract
				There is a report that a DHC Beaver (MSN 174) was operated under s/n 51-6276G by the CIA
					and under civilian registry LN-SUL from 1953-1955.
51-6495/6496		Piper YL-21 Super Cub
				Model PA-18-125
				6495 MSN 18-749.  To N837Z
				6496 MSN 18-750.  
51-6497/6577		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5829/5909
				6497 (MSN 580-5829) to Royal Danish AF Jun 9, 1961 as 16497, code DT-497.  Converted to ECM.  WFU May 17, 1977.
					Used as a decoy at Vaerlose.  Stored in Vandel.  One of a trio displayed in formation at the entrance
					to the Mobilium Museum, Billund, Denmark
				6509 to MASDC Aug 27, 1964.
				6515 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 13, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6516 designated ET-33A for calibration work at Air Force Missile
					Center at Patrick AFB, FL and later with 1st Pilotless Bomber
					Squadron at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Aug 1954.  Subsequently
					transferred to 7039th CSW at Ramstein AB and to RAF Mildenhall
					for disposal Aug 1963.
				6520 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 26, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6524 (MSN 580-5856) SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 20, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP.  Seen in 2006 preserved at St. Dizier-Robinson AB, France.
					Displayed in the markings of CEVSV 338.  In Jun 2013 on display as 18658 in CANOPEE Museum
					at Chateaudun AB.
				6525 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 26, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6526 (MSN 580-5858) to Mexican AF as JE-002.  Cockpit preserved at Museo del Ejercito y la Fuerza Aerea, Guadalajara.
				6527 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
				6528 (MSN 580-5860) to KLu as M-51 in 1964.  SOC Dec 15, 1970.  As FAH-1200 on display at Toncontin at Museo
					del Aire de Honduras
				6530 (36th TFW) crashed by Dec 8, 1962.
				6531 (MSN 580-5863) to KLu as M-55 in 1964.  SOC Dec 16, 1970.  To N649
				6533 (MSN 580-5865) was on display at Hickam AFB, HI in 1987.  Moved to Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford
					Island May 2011.
				6546 formerly in a park at Wooster, OH.  Remains are now in a
					private collection in Ohio.  Now owned by Paul Cooper and will be restored for static display.
				6547 to MASDC.  To ASI, Oakland, California Aug 14, 1968.  To Royal Thai AF as F11-17/12.  SOC Sep 24, 1980 and 
					broken up for spares.
				6567 to MASDC
				6571 (MSN 580-5903) to Royal Danish AF Apr 24, 1961 as 16571, coded as DT-571. WFU Nov 25, 1976.  Stored at
					Vaerlose, Denmark.  In Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway Jan 22, 1981 in false markings RNoAF DP-X
				6572 (MSN 580-5904) to Royal Thai AF as F11-7/05.  SOC Jun 16, 1976 and
					broken up for spares.
				6573 (MSN 580-5905) to Turkish AF
				6574 (MSN 580-5906) to KLu as TR-3 in 1952.  W/o Sep 22, 1956
				6576 (MSN 580-5908) to Italian AF
				6577 (MSN 580-5909) to KLu as TR-4 in 1952.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.
51-6578/6587		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5910/5919
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 128703/128712
51-6588/6664		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-5920/5996.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				6594 (MSN 580-5926) to Mexican AF as JE-003.  W/o
				6601 on display at city of Greenville, Mississippi
				6605 to MASDC Oct 16, 1964.
				6606 to MASDC May 19, 1964.
				6611 to MASDC Dec 10, 1964.
				6612 on a pole off US 82, Willacoochee, Georgia
				6614 to MASDC Oct 16, 1964.
				6615 to MASDC
				6628 front fuselage noted in 1963 in scrapyard at Lasham, England.  Rear fuselage
					was mated to front fuselage of 51-4415 and the composite was used for fire
					practice at USAF base at Mildenhall, England.
				6635 on display at American Legion Post 120, Wanesboro, Georgia
				6640 to Royal Thai AF as F11-8/05.  SOC Jul 12, 1973 and broken up for spares.
				6641 to Royal Thai AF as F11-9/05.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken up for spares.
				6643 to MASDC Apr 9, 1964
				6644 to MASDC
				6645 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 13, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6648 (MSN 580-5980). To French AF as 16648. To Singapore AF (probably as 
					902); ferry registration was F-BJDI.
				6651 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 13, 1963 and to French AF under MAP
				6653 (MSN 580-5985) on display at Baker City MAP, Oregon in Aug 2009
				6655 to MASDC
				6656 at Henderson/Rusk County Airport, Texas in 2008
				6657 to MASDC
				6660 to Italian AF 
				6661 (MSN 580-5993) to Belgian AF as FT11 Mar 1953.  
					Loaned by them to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 7, 1972 as M-47.
					Returned to Belgian AF Aug 7, 1972.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979.
					To RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range Mar 14, 1980 for use as static target.
				6662 (MSN 580-5994) to Belgian AF as FT08 Feb 1953.  Loaned by them to Dutch AF Apr 7, 1962 as M-46.  
					W/o at Woensdrecht Jun 8, 1965 when crashed into woods next to runday during aerobatics demonstration.
				6663 (MSN 580-5995) to Belgian AF as FT09 Oct 1952.  Loaned by them to Dutch AF from
					Sep 9, 1966 to Aug 1972 as M-69.  Back to Belgian AF Aug 4, 1972.
 					DBR Aug 4, 1976 during emergency landing at Brustem after it lost a tiptank during flight.
					To Schabisches Bauern and Tecknik Museu at Eschac, near Seifertshofen, West Germany.  No longer there Mar 2002.
				6664 to Belgium as FT10 Dec 1952.  SoC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Prestwick, Scotland
					Nov 12, 1979. Mar 7, 1980 to static target at RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range
51-6665/6674		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-5997/6006
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 128713/128722
51-6675/6957		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6007/6289.  To assist training of NATO, Canada undertook training of allied aircrws and were loaned
					a batch of T-33 aircraft, possibly financed by MAP as survivors were either returned to USA or delivered
					to NATO air forces in Europe.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				6675 to MASDC
				6678 (MSN 58-6010) in 1973 was on display in Magnolia, Arkansas.
				6679 to Royal Thai AF as F11-10/05.  SOC Jul 12, 1973 and broken up for spares.
				6680 on static display at Heritage In Flight Museum, Lincoln, Illinois
				6684 to MASDC Oct 23, 1964
				6687 to MASDC.  TO US Navy Mar 23, 1973.
				6692 crashed Norton AFB, CA Dec 26, 1962.  Noted on one of the film sets of Universal Film Studios, California
					in 1978.
				6696 to MASDC Nov 2, 1964.
				6699 on display at Georgia Veterans State Park, Cordele, Georgia.  
				6707 on display as gate guard at Craig Field, Selma, Alabama.
				6709 to MASDC
				6713 (MSN 580-6045) Loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Feb 1955.
					Later to Hellenic AF as 713.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
				6714 (MSN 580-6046) loaned to RCAF Sep 1952, operated under USAF serial. Returned to USAF Feb 1955.
					Later to Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Tatoi AB, Dekelia.
				6715 (MSN 580-6047) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  With 3(AW) OTU crashed 
					Apr 16, 1953 ad CFB North Bay, Ontario, Canada
				6716 (MSN 580-6048) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF in Sep 1953.  
					To MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Preserved in Lewiston, ID
				6717 (MSN 580-6049) loanded to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.  
					On display at Lewiston CAP, Idaho in 1979, still there in 2008
				6718 (MSN 580-6050) to French AF.  Was to go to Turkish AF but instead went into
					storage at Sculthorpe AB in England.  Eventually went to
					City of Norwich Aviation Museum.
				6721 on display at city of Lewiston, Idaho
				6723 to MASDC Apr 20, 1964
				6725 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
				6734 to MASDC Oc5 16, 1964.
				6735 to MASDC
				6743 (MSN 580-6075) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
					To MASDC Apr 6, 1962
				6744 (MSN 580-6076) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
					with 120th FIS, Colorado ANG crashed Sep 24, 1958 near Watkins, CO
				6745 (MSN 580-6077) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.  On display at city of Huntington,
					Indiana.  Was erroneously marked as 51-6752 when repainted.  On Apr 18, 2017 was at NMUSAF restoration area.
				6746 (MSN 580-6078) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.  Preserved
					in Augusta, GA
				6747 (MSN 580-6079) loaned to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
					Now with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
				6750 to MASDC
				6751 to MASDC
				6752 to MASDC
				6753 on display at city of Plainview, Texas
				6754 to MASDC.  The plane marked as 51-6754 on display at Huntington, Indiana was actually 51-6745.  
				6756 on display at Crossville High School, Tennessee in very poor condition.
				6760 to French AF
				6761 to French AF
				6762 to French AF
				6763 to French AF
				6764 to French AF
				6765 to French AF
				6766 to French AF
				6767 to French AF
				6771 (MSN 580-6103) to Hellenic AF.  Preserved Jan 2006 at Athens.
				6779 to MASDC
				6781 (MSN 580-6113) in 1973 on display at Port Hueneme, California
				6782 (MSN 580-6114) noted at Grissom AFB Museum, Indiana Aug 2002.
				6788 to MASDC Jul 1, 1964
				6793 (50th FBW) damaged in landing accident at Spangdahlem AB,
					(West) Germany Apr 26, 1954.  Partially repaired and cleared
					for one-off flight to Hahn AB (its home base).  Placed in storage
					and subsequently SOC for spares recovery.
				6794 (MSN 580-6126) was on display in 1973 at bayou La Batre, Alabama
				6797 to MASDC Aug 27, 1964
				6800 to MASDC
				6803 to MASDC
				6804 to MASDC
				6808 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
				6811 (3531st FTS) destroyed Dec 21, 1952 3 m S of Sweetwater, Texas.
				6812 to MASDC
				6813 to MASDC
				6817 (50th FBW) crashed May 12, 1956, pilot ejected safely.
				6819 to MASDC
				6822 to MASDC Sep 9, 1964
				6829 to MASDC Oct 9, 1964
				6830 to MASDC Oct 8, 1964.  Transferrec to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973.
				6834 (MSN 580-6166). To French AF as 16834. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
					was F-BJDK
				6840 to MASDC
				6843 to MASDC
				6844 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973
				6847 (MSN 580-6179) to Royal Danish AF Apr 6, 1961 as 16847, coded as DT-847.  WFU Sep 13, 1974.
					Used as a decoy at Vaerlose.   Stored at Skrydstrup AB
				6850 to MASDC
				6853 to MASDC
				6856 to MASDC
				6858 to MASDC
				6861 on display at Dayton, Tennesse airport.  Bore civil registration of N62278
				6863 to MASDC
				6864 to MASDC
				6867 to Greek AF
				6869 (MSN 580-6201) to French AF. W/o Oct 2, 1970.
				6870 onted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
				6873 to MASDC
				6875 (MSN 580-6207) to Netherlands AF
				6876 to RAF Mildenhall for disposal Apr 1963
				6878 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973.
				6881 (MSN 580-6213) to Netherlands AF for spares use only
				6882 crashed near Lowry AFB, CO Feb 5, 1960.
				6886 to MASDC
				6887 to MASDC
				6898 (1868th FCF) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, (West) Germany Mar 11, 1965
					for spares recovery.
				6899 to MASDC Jan 28,1965l  Transferred to US Navy Aug 9, 1971
				6900 to MASDC May 19, 1964
				6901 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Feb 13, 1965
					for spares recovery.
				6905 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 16, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6907 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 16, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6909 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 15, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP.  I have it also going to Royal Thai AF as F11-11/05.
				6912 to MASDC
				6915 (MSN 58-6247) on display at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
				6931 to MASDC Nov 2, 1964
				6936 to MASDC
				6940 to MASDC
				6945 w/o Sep 6, 1962
				6948 to MASDC as TC078 Oct 13, 1964.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, Arizona Jan 14, 1976
				6950 to MASDC
				6951 to MASDC Oct 9, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973
				6952 (MSN 580-6284). To French AF as 16952. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
					was F-BJDQ
				6953 (MSN 580-6285) to KLu as M-52 in 1964.  SOC Apr 15, 1971.  To N648
				6954 to MASDC
				6956 (MSN 580-6288). To French AF as 16956. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
					was F-BJDT.  6956 to Singapore AF as 364 and now on display at Singapore AF Museum, Paya Lebar.
				6957 to MASDC Aug 18, 1964.  To US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973.
51-6958/7018		Cessna LC-126C
				MSN 7801/7861.  Redesignated U-20A in 1962.
				6958 (MSN 7801) to N9439Z.  WFU Aug 19, 1970
				6959 (MSN 7802) to civil registry as N4666T.  Ground-looped in 1976 and repaired.  Made a bad landing
					in 1999 and broke a main landing gear.  Was restored.  Ground looped Oct 2010.  Repaired.  Was used
					by the University of Wisconsin before release to civil registry.  Now registered as N126JD
				6960 (MSN 7803) airworthy as N4929C.
				6961 (MSN 7804) to N9423H
				6963 (MSN 7806) to N195SM
				6964 (MSN 7807) to N3498G. WFU Dec 23, 2010.
				6965 (MSN 7808) to N6570D Oct 1959.  WFU Mar 6, 1964
				6966 (MSN 7809) to N4266A.  WFU Sep 9, 1963
				6967 (MSN 7810) to N7779C. WFU Jan 13, 1971.
				6970 (MSN 7813) to N7608C
				6972 (MSN 7815) to N9948.  
				6973 (MSN 7816) to N5083K.  WFU Nov 6, 1963
				6975 (MSN 7818) to N4919C.  WFU Jan 16, 1970.
				6976 (MSN 7819) to N9054Z
				6977 (MSN 7820) to N7807B
				6978 (MSN 7821) to N4024A.  WFU Nov 15, 2012
				6981 (MSN 7824) to N995LN
				6982 (MSN 7825) to N6493D.  WFU Jul 19, 2012
				6985 (MSN 7828) to N9114R.  WFU
				6987 (MSN 7830) to N4026A
				6988 (MSN 7831) to N6537D.  WFU Jun 28, 1963
				6991 (MSN 7834) to N8063H
				6993 (MSN 7836) to N3397C
				6994 (MSN 7837) to N6894D in Jun 1960.
				6996 (MSN 7839) to N4248A.  WFU Mar 11, 1966
				6998 (MSN 7841) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				6999 (MSN 7842) to C-FCQV
				7003 (MSN 7846) to N6999D.  
				7004 (MSN 7847) to N6577D
				7005 (MSN 7848) to N6857D
				7007 (MSN 7850) to N7920C.  WFU Jun 3, 1965
				7009 (MSN 7852) to N195SA
				7010 (MSN 7853) to N4918E.  WFU Jul 19, 1971
				7011 (MSN 7854) to N1002B.  WFU May 18, 1965.
				7012 (MSN 7855) to N1ZB.
				7013 (MSN 7856) to N8064E.  WFU Dec 31, 1970
				7014 (MSN 7857) to N195SE
				7015 (MSN 7858) to N126NX.
51-7019/7050		Boeing B-47E-65-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450562/459593.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				7019 to MASDC Apr 19, 1963.  Salvaged Apr 1960
				7020 to MASDC Jan 15, 1963.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				7021 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
				7022 to MASDC Apr 29, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				7023 supposedly crashed and burned Jan 5, 1959.  One crewman killed.  Was it repaired and sent to MASDC in 1969?
				7024 to MASDC May 10, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				7025 to MASDC Jun 22, 1961.  Scrapped
				7026 to MASDC Jun 5, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				7027 (306 BW, 369th BS) crashed into Hillsborough Bay off
					MacDill AFB shortly after takeoff due to multiple engine
					fires 9/26/1962.  2 crew injured in ejection, one killed.
				7028 (306th BW) crashed on landing at MacDill AFB, Florida Mar 18, 1960 after explosion and DC failure.  
					Crew of 3 escaped.
				7029 to MASDC Aug 12, 1960.  Salvaged
				7030 to MASDC Mar 6, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7031 (341st BW) crashed on takeoff from Dyess AFB, Texas Jul 17, 1957.  4 crewmen killed.
				7032 to MASDC Mar 8, 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7033 (19th BS, 22nd BW) engine exploded over Saskatchewan, Canada Feb 12, 1955 and tore off the right wing.  
					3 crewmembers ejected, one killed.
				7034 to MASDC May 31, 1961.  Salvaged
				7035 (97th BW) exploded in flight near Marlin, Texas Nov 8, 1955.  3 crewmen killed.
				7036 to MASDC Apr 25, 1961.
				7037 to MASDC Apr 19, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7038 to MASDC Feb 18, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7039 to MASDC Jun 6, 1961
				7040 to MASDC May 31, 1961.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				7041 (306th BW) crashed after aborted takeoff from MacDill AFB, Florida May 6, 1959.  One crewman killed.
				7042 (22nd BW) crashed in bad weather at night into a mountain near a railroad siding named Shafter in 
					Nevada Jul 18, 1957.  4 crewmen killed.  The crash was actually a part of a series of 
					crashes involving the wing root structure of the B-47.  There is a memorial on the site for the 
					four lost crewmen.
				7043 converted to JB-47E-II-65-BW, then to NB-47E Mar 1960
				7044 converted to EB-47E.  Salvaged Nov 1965
				7045 (384th BW) w/o in Montana Jan 30, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 14, 1961.
				7046 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				7047 (30th BW) lost Sep 14, 1960 over Atlantic W of Scotland after colliding with another B-47 in close formation.  
					Crew lost.  The other B-47 landed safely.
				7048 salvaged
				7049 converted to WB-47E.  With 55th WRS, crashed on takeoff from Eielson AFB, Alaska Apr 21, 1964.  3 crewmen killed.
				7050 to MASDC Apr 19, 1963.  Declared Excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
51-7051/7064		Boeing B-47E-70-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450594/450607.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				7051 to MASDC Jun 9, 1961.  salvaged
				7052 may not be MSN 450595.  To MASDC May 5, 1961.  Salvaged
				7053 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 13, 1961.  Salvaged
				7054 to MASDC Mar 31, 1961. salvaged
				7055 to MASDC Jun 21, 1961
				7056 to MASDC Mar 11, 1963.  salvaged
				7057 to MASDC Jun 26, 1961
				7058 converted to WB-47E.  Salvaged
				7059 to MASDC Jan 29, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7060 salvaged
				7061 salvaged
				7062 to MASDC Jun 5, 1962.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7063 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969.  Salvaged Oct 1973.
				7064 salvaged
51-7065/7083		Boeing B-47E-75-BW Stratojet
				MSN 450608/450626.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				7065 salvaged
				7066 taken on strength in 1953.  Converted to WB-47E in 1963 by Lockheed Aircraft, Marietta, GA. 
					Assigned in 1963 to the 57th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Reconnaissance Wing 
					at Hickam AFB, HI.  It flew weather recon missions for the Navy throughout these years.  
					The plane made its last recon mission on Oct 29,1969, which was the last recon mission for 
					any B-47. The following day the plane was flown to Boeing Field, Seattle, WA, via McClellan AFB, 
					CA, and was the last flight of an active duty B-47.  Ownership was taken over by the Naval 
					Aviation Museum at Pensacola and provided to the Boeing Museum of Flight as a loan for display.  
					Display would wait for many years as the plane sat on the military ramp at Boeing, 
					and they ended up restoring the plane to B-47E configuration for display.
				7067 to MASDC
				7068 salvaged
				7069 used as bomb toss test aircraft.  Salvaged
				7071 on display at Hightower Park, Altus, Oklahoma, marked as 520413.  Manufacturer's plate shows
					MSN to be 450595, which may mean that the plane is not 51-7071 but 51-7052
				7072 to MASDC Feb 26, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7073 (301st BW) stalled and crashed on takeoff from Barksdale AFB, Louisiana due to fuel CG malfunction May 31, 1955.  
					3 crewmembers killed.
				7074 salvaged
				7075 won the 8th Air Force Golden Bomber Award three times.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.
					Scrapped at MASDC
				7076 salvaged
				7077 salvaged
				7078 to MASDC May 20, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
				7079 salvaged
				7080 to MASDC May 24, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
				7081 salvaged
				7082 (384th BW) collided with F-102 Dec 17, 1959 during practice intercept over James Bay, Ontario, Canada.  
					Two crewmembers killed, two ejected.  F-102 pilot was killed.
				7083 to MASDC Jun 27, 1961.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
51-7084/7138		Cancelled Contract
51-7139			Sikorsky H-19A Chickasaw
				MSN 55137.  To Portuguese AF as 9101.
51-7140/7255		Grumman SA-16B Albatross
				Redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				7140 (MSN 190)
				7141 (MSN 191)
				7142 (MSN 192)
				7143 (MSN 193)
				7144 (MSN 194) preserved at the SST Aviation Museum, Kissimmee FL 1973 to 1981, on loan from the National 
					Museum of the US Air Force.  Transferred to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA, still
					on loan from the National Museum of the US Air Force.  Warner Robins Air Logistics Center was responsible 
					for program management and logistics support for all HU-16s in the USAF inventory. The aircraft on 
					display was delivered to the USAF in December 1954 and assigned to the 41st Air Rescue Squadron at 
					Hamilton AFB, California. In June 1964 it was transferred to the 33rd Air Rescue Squadron at Naha AB, 
					Okinawa, Japan. While assigned to the 33rd it made numerous deployments to Vietnam, performing 
					rescue operations from various bases in the area. In April 1967 it returned to the United States 
					and served with various units before being retired from the 301st Aerospace Rescue and Recovery 
					Training Squadron at Homestead AFB, Florida in June 1971. It was one of the first aircraft placed 
					at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB in 1983.
				7145 (MSN 195) lost over Gulf of Tonkin Oct 18, 1966. All crew MIA.  The aircraft departed Da Nang, Vietnam 
					on an afternoon patrol over the Gulf of Tonkin. Weather worsened and the flight failed to return. 
					Rescue missions failed to locate the plane. The last radio contact was about 40 miles off Dong Hoi
				7146 (MSN 196)
				7147 (MSN 197) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
					as AN.1A-2.  WFU 
				7148 (MSN 198) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del 
					Aire as AN.1A-3. WFU 
				7149 (MSN 199)
				7150 (MSN 200)
				7151 (MSN 201) to N7038 Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ 1973.  To Harlan Cross, Costa Mesa CA 1977. 
					To James Kelly, Newport Beach, CA registered Jul 6, 1977, cancelled Jul 6, 1977 on export to Philippines. 
					Sold to Philippine AF as 51-7151, later 17151 1978. Wfu, broken-up at Sangley Point AB, Philippines 1990.
				7152 (MSN 202)
				7153 (MSN 203) assigned to 26th ARS, Albrook AFB, Canal Zone 1953
				7154 (MSN 204)
				7155 (MSN 205)
				7156 (MSN 206)
				7157 (MSN 207) MAP to Italian AF as MM51-7157, coded 15-10.  Last reported at Aeroporto di Brindisi-Casale, 
					condition not known.
				7158 (MSN 208) 
				7159 (MSN 209) noted dismantled at Salisbury/Ocean City, MD Aug 2004.
				7160 (MSN 210) N3398F Robert Bean, Hereford AZ 73. Open storage unconverted, Tucson AZ 1973/1976. 
					To Antilles Air Boats, St Croix US Virgin Islands 1977. Forced landing wheels-up off airport, 
					mechanical failure of both engines after takeoff, Tucson AZ Mar 9, 1977.
				7161 (MSN 211/29B) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-11, Wfu Palma AB Dec 1978, open storage 1978/1982. 
					To N29850 Westair International Inc, Broomfield CO Mar 16, 1982. Open storage Shannon 1982/1985. 
					To G-BMDX Mike Little/ Daedalus Aviation Ltd, London registered Sep 26, 1985, cancelled Jun 12, 1986 
					port to USA.  To N23ML Mike Little, Vancouver BC Feb 15, 1986. To N3JY Corpcon Business Service, 
					Ft. Lauderdale FL registered Aug 13, 1986, cancelled Jun 11, 2013. Reported as crashed in sea off 
					Grand Turk c1987.
				7162 (MSN 212) Ordered by USAF as SA-16A, Built and delivered to US Navy as UF-1L [LU-16C] BuNo 142428 with 
					triphibian gear for use in the Antarctica during Operation Deep Freeze.  
				7163 (MSN 213) Leased to Pan American World Airways 1969-1971 to provide a service linking the satellite 
					tracking station in the Seychelles with Mombasa, Kenya. Retired Nov 3, 1971 when replaced by 51-7219. 
					To N70725 Sep 3, 1977. Wfu open storage Long Beach CA 1984. Forced landing, Visalia CA 1987. 
					USAF Museum, loaned to Castle AFB CA 1988. N70725 Castle Air Museum Foundation CA registered Dec 7, 1999, 
					expired Jun 30, 2013
				7164 (MSN 214) Ordered by USAF as SA-16A, Built and delivered to US Navy as UF-1L [LU-16C] BuNo 142429 with 
					triphibian gear for use in the Antarctica during Operation Deep Freeze.  
				7165 (MSN 215) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército 
					del Aire as AN.1A-4. W/o May 14, 1969. 
				7166 (MSN 216)
				7167 (MSN 217) modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
					as AN.1A-5.  WFU
				7168 (MSN 218)Robert Bean, Tucson AZ 73. N3385F Antilles Air Boats, St Croix US Virgin Islands in 1976. 
					To Flying Boat Inc Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Mar 1981. To N122FB Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL 
					Dec 1982. Wfu open storage, Marana AZ 1987/2004.  to United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE 2Feb 24, 1996. 
					Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ registered Apr 10, 2012, current.
				7169 (MSN 219) USAF Museum, on loan to Michigan Military Air Museum, Saginaw MI 1973. Museum closed, 
					impounded by USAF Museum 1974. To N24BM BCM Aircraft Inc, Dallas TX Jan 1975. Ferried 
					Saginaw-Tri City to Dallas Mar 26, 1975. To Antone Freitas, Lake Park FL 1977. Robert A. Sweetapple, Miami FL 
					Oct 1984.  To Aircraft Specialty Inc, Belle Chasse LA Feb 1987.  To Robert K. Cabos, Keaau HI Jul 1987. 
					To Richard L. Gooding, Broomfield CO Dec 1990.  To N46RG Richard L. Gooding, Broomfield CO May 1991. 
					To N159JR Fightertown Inc, Miami FL Jul 24, 1995. To N113LA Lake Air Inc, Davie FL Mar 1998. 
					To N123RK Sukanu Air, Palm Beach FL Jun 19, 2002. Badly damaged in hangar collapse Aug 2004. 
					To Sea & Air Adventures LLC, Wilmington DE registered Jun 16, 2006, cancelled Aug 6, 2009.
				7170 (MSN 220) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
					in 1963 as AN.1A-6.  WFU
				7171 (MSN 221) Assigned to 46th ARS. Sunk by US Coast Guard  gunfire after unauthorised open water landing at Bermuda Sep 19, 1953
				7172 (MSN 222) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire  
					in 1963 as AN.1A-7.  W/o Jul 3, 1969
				7173 (MSN 223) with 41st RS suffered engine failure May 25, 1953 and crashed while searching Sequoia Links 
					Canyon National Park for missing Bonanza N8449A. Crew bailed out safely
				7174 (MSN 224) modified to Model G-341, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Peruvian 
					Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú in 1973 as FAP 519. WFU by 1987
				7175 (MSN 225) to Italian AF as MM51-7175, coded 15-11.  Last reported at Aeroporto di Brindisi-Casale, condition
					not known.
				7176 (MSN 226) to US Coast Guard as 7176, but official Coast Guard records never had 7176 on Coast Guard registry.  
					Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  In 2010 moved to Coast Guard Air Station, 
					Clearwater, FL for restoration and display.
				7177 (MSN 227) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian 
					Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17177, code WH-I.  MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the 
					Hellenic Air Force in 1970 as 517177. WFU at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece
				7178 (MSN 228) USAF Museum, loaned to Pima County Air Museum, Tucson AZ 1970. To Harlow L. Jones/Southwestern 
					Skyways, Albuquerque NM (traded for Constellation) Sep 1970.  N160HV registered.  To N8988 A. R. Buckner, 
					Albuquerque NM 1972.  To Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM 1973. To PK-OAH Airfast Services 
					Indonesia PT, Singapore Jul 1974, operated for Conoco on oil support. Wfu open storage, Singapore-Seletar 
					1986.  Abandoned in fire practice area, Seletar 1996.  Singapore Air Force Museum, Changi Airport 2001. 
					Current, preserved behind fire station next to military ramp.
				7179 (MSN 229)
				7180 (MSN 231)
				7181 (MSN 232) to US Navy as 151265 for administrative purpuses before transfer to Royal Thai Navy  
				7182 (MSN 234) MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire in 1973 as AD.1B-10.
					As AD.1B-10 broken up at Maestranza Aerea de Sevilla. 
				7183 (MSN 235) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17183, code WH-H. Modified to HU-16B-ECM for MAP delivery 
					to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517183 in 1970.  GIA at Tanagra AFB, Greece.
					Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005.
				7184 (MSN 237) To USCG as 7184. Returned to USAF.  To N7039 Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ 1973. 
					To open storage Tucson 1973.  To Aircraft Surplus Co Inc, Tucson AZ registered Mar 13, 1974, cancelled 
					Jun 13, 1978 on export to Philippines. To Philippine AF as 17184 Feb 1978.
				7185 (MSN 240)
				7186 (MSN 243) Davis Monthan AFB AZ: wfu, stored 68. USAF Museum, loaned to Confederate Air Force, 
					Harlingen TX 1972. To N4478E Wilkie Cameron, Lubbock TX Sep 15, 1983. To Ada Aircraft Museum, Frederick OK 
					Jun 1984.  To Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal KS: loan 1988.  To Wally Fisk/ Amjet Aircraft Corp, St 
					Paul MN Apr 29, 1995. C&P Aviation, Anoka County MN May 28, 1998.  To Amjet Services Inc, Anoka County 
					MN Apr 9, 2001.  To N98TP TP Universal Exports International LLC, Eagan MN registered Feb 9, 2006, current. 
					Under restoration at Carson City NV Jun 2007, vista windows installed.
				7187 (MSN 244/78B) to MASDC as HP056.  To N48318 Robert Bean, Hereford AZ Nov 3, 1976. ZP-TWV noted at 
					Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 1085.  To N48318 Jet Fleet Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 1985. Seized 
					by US Marshals Service 3.85, US Marshals Service, Miami FL Apr 1990.  To WCJB Corp, Los Angeles CA May 1991. 
					To Ralph N. Smith, Maclean VA 1992.  To Aero Exchange Corp, Arlington VA Dec 1992. 
					To Lake Air Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Feb 4, 1999. To Jay B. Koven, Montclair NJ Jun 17, 1999.
					To N187JK, ntu:  To Jay B. Koven, Montclair NJ Aug 1999.  N48318 stored in contractor yard, Tucson AZ 2000.  
					Cancelled Nov 27, 2012
				7188 (MSN 246) transferred to USCG as UG-1G 7188.  
				7189 (MSN 248)
				7190 (MSN 250) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17190, code WH-F. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
					later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517190 in 1970.   Now at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia Air Base, 
					Tatoi, Athens, Greece.
				7191 (MSN 251) . Modified to G-340 (SHU-16B) Oct 1963 for Colombia as HU-16B/ASW.  Painted for delivery to 
					Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as FAC 2521 but not delivered. To Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea 
					de Chile Oct 1963 as 571. On September 4, 1977 crashed to the ground in Cerro Moreno after participating in 
					UNITAS maneuvers, six crew members died.
				7192 (MSN 253) MAP to Republic of China AF as 11031
				7193 (MSN 255) MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF.  Owned by USAF Museum, on loan to Confederate AF, 
					Harlingen TX, 1972. USAF Museum, external storage at Warfield ANGB, Martin State Airport, Baltimore, MD 1988.  
				7194 (MSN 256)
				7195 (MSN 258) arrived for storage at Davis Monthan AFB AZ Apr 23, 1968.  To Desert Air Parts, Tucson AZ 
					Jun 4, 1976. to  N7024S Caribbean Flying Boats, Miami FL: reg. reserved Nov 1988.  To Darryl G. Greenamyer, 
					Ocala FL Aug 1991.  To National Diversified Services, Scottsdale AZ Nov 1991.  To Western Aviation 
					Contractors, Provo UT Jun 1992. To Ascher Ward, Van Nuys CA & Gadsden AL registered Sep 4, 1996. 
					To Charles F. Nichols/Yanks Air Museum, Chino CA registered Aug 30, 2006, current
				7196 (MSN 260) MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517196 in 1970.
				7197 (MSN 262) w/o Jan 18, 1955 Crash 3 miles E of Jardin, Colombia- 2 lost & 4 ok
				7198 (MSN 263) assigned USN BuNo 151264 for administrative purposes before transfer to Thailand.
				7199 (MSN 265) to Republic of China AF as 11032
				7200 (MSN 267) first Albatross modified to SA-16B configuration, first flight Jan 16, 1956. USAF Museum, 
					on loan to Chanute AFB, Rantoul Illinois 1979-1993. Later as the Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, 
					Rantoul Illinois, 1993.  When this museum closed, the plane was destined for scrapping. For sale at
					auction by Government Liquidation at Rantoul, IL Sep 25, 2017.
				7201 (MSN 268) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17201, code WH-E. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
					later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517201 in 1970.  Stored at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece.  
				7202 (MSN 270) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17202, code WH-B. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later 
					as the Hellenic Air Force as 517202 in 1970.  Crashed on a post-maintenance test flight near Elefsis Air Base
					Jan 23, 1992
				7203 (MSN 272) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17203, code WH-C.  MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
					later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517203 in 1970. Stored at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece. 
				7204 (MSN 274) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17201, code WH-A.  MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
					later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517204 in 1970. Preserved at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia Air Base, 
					Tatoi, Athens, Greece.
				7205 (MSN 276)
				7206 (MSN 277) to N16HU Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM 72. H. L. Freedman, Albuquerque NM 1973. 
					To Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM, 1974.  To Continental Oil of Indonesia Sep 1974. 
					Wfu, open storage Singapore-Seletar 1974-1988; broken-up Seletar.
				7207 (MSN 279). Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
					Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17207, code WH-D. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
					later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517207 in 1970.  Stored at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece. 
				7208 (MSN 280) w/o (no date known) wreck discovered in Lake Fergusson, Greenland
				7209 (MSN 282) to US Coast Guard as 7209. 
				7210 (MSN 283)
				7211 (MSN 285) Broke two world class speed and height records Mar 19/20, 1963
				7212 (MSN 286) Florence Air & Missile Museum, Florence SC 1974-97. Museum closed, remained in situ Oct 1997-1999. 
					To James W. Doane, Scottsdale AZ.  to N10625 Margaret S. Dewitt, Corpus Christi TX, registered Aug 22, 2001, 
					current.  
				7213 (MSN 288) to USCG as UF-1G 7213. 
				7214 (MSN 289) to USCG as UF-1G 7214. 
				7215 (MSN 291) to USCG as UF-1G 7215
				7216 (MSN 292) to USCG as UF-1G 7216
				7217 (MSN 294)
				7218 (MSN 295) to USCG as UF-1G 7218
				7219 (MSN 297) leased by USAF to Pan American World Airways to provide a service linking the satellite 
					tracking station in the Seychelles with Mombasa, Kenya. Delivered to Mombasa Oct 23, 1971. 
					To storage at Davis Monthan AFB AZ Dec 22, 1972.  For sale at Davis Monthan AFB Feb 21, 1974.
					To Kolar & Co, Tucson AZ May 22, 1974.
				7220 (MSN 298) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17220 in 1958.
				7221 (MSN 300) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17221 in 1958.
				7222 (MSN 301) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17222 in 1958.
				7223 (MSN 303) to USCG as UF-1G 7223.  To civil registry as N712RV
				7224 (MSN 304) 
				7225 (MSN 306) delivered straight into storage as MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17225 in 1958
				7226 (MSN 307) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7226.  
				7227 (MSN 309) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7227.  
				7228 (MSN 310) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7228.  
				7229 (MSN 312) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7229.
				7230 (MSN 313) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7230.
				7231 (MSN 315) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-6.  Sank in Las Palmas harbor Dec 12, 1959.  Scrapped
				7232 (MSN 316) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7232.
				7233 (MSN 318) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7233.
				7234 (MSN 319) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7234.
				7235 (MSN 321/65B)SOC Jun 5, 1968.  MAP to Thailand as 7235 under MDAP in 1968 as replacement for
					BuNo 151264.  Noted Aug 2004 at Royal Thai Naval Museum Samut Prakan, Thailand
					The report that it was assigned USN BuNo 151265 for 
					administrative purposes seems to be incorrect, and 151265 is
					a different aircraft.  
				7236 (MSN 322) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7236.
				7237 (MSN 324) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7237.
				7238 (MSN 325) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7238.
				7239 (MSN 326) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7239.
				7240 (MSN 327) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7240.  
				7241 (MSN 329) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7241. 
				7242 (MSN 330) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7242.
				7243 (MSN 331) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7243.
				7244 (MSN 332) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7244.
				7245 (MSN 334) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7245.  
				7246 (MSN 335) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7246.
				7247 (MSN 336) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7247.
				7248 (MSN 337) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7248.
				7249 (MSN 339) Built as SA-16A. Delivered Nov 16, 1953 to storage at MASDC. SOC Nov 19, 1958 . Transferred to 
					USCG as UF-1G 7249. 
				7250 (MSN 340) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7250.
				7251 (MSN 341) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7251.  
				7252 (MSN 342) to MASDC.  To Italian AF as MM51-7252, coded 15-12
				7253 (MSN 344) initially deployed with 580th Air Resupply and Communications Service Group at Wheelus AB, Libya 
					and Nouasseur AB in Morocco.  Overhauled at Grumman in 1956.  Reassigned to 2585th Air Reserve Flying Center 
					based at Miami IAP.  From Nov 1957 to Feb 1959 served with 130th Air Lift Squadron of ANG based at Kanawha 
					airport, Charleston, West Virginia.  Later to 130th Troop Carrier Squadron Jan 1963.  Last USAF assignmnent 
					was with 130th Air Commando Group.  To MASDC Oct 1963.  Sold to Italian AF as MM51-7253, coded 15-14 and
					arrived early 1964.  In 1980 moved to Museo dell'Aria Castello di San Pelagio,Italy and put on display outside.  
					Acquired in 2012 by Associazione Fly Albatross di Ravenna, but scrapped at Museo dell'Aria Castello di San 
					Pelagio May 17, 2013, presumably due to a contract dispute.
				7254 (MSN 345) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7254.  
				7255 (MSN 346) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7255.
51-7256/7259		Boeing KC-97F-19-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16489,16490,16504,16505
51-7260/7271		Boeing KC-97G-20-BO Stratofreighter
				MSN 16506/16517.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				7262 to MASDC
				7263 to MASDC Apr 24, 1963.  Declared excess Jun 24, 1964
				7264 to MASDC Sep 10, 1963.  Declared excess Jun 24, 1964
				7265 to MASDC Feb 5, 1963.  Declared excess Jun 24, 1964
				7266 to MASDC Feb 7, 1963.  Declared excess Jun 24, 1964
				7268 to MASDC Jan 17, 1963.  Declared excess Jun 24, 1964
				7269 converted to plain C-97G configuration by the removal of the inflight refueling 
					system.  To MASDC as CH435 Dec 23, 1969
				7271 to MASDC Feb 4, 1963.  Declared excess Jun 24, 1964
51-7272/7285		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
				MSN 43724/43737.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				7272 DBR Jun 25, 1954.
				7273 to MASDC Feb 16, 1972
				7275 to MASDC as CQ013 Apr 3, 1969
				7276 to MASDC as CQ126 Dec 4, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
				7277 to MASDC Apr 28, 1969
				7278 to MASDC Apr 18, 1969
				7279 to MASDC Apr 9, 1969
				7280 to MASDC as CQ024 Apr 11, 1969
				7281 to MASDC Apr 8, 1971
				7282 to MASDC Apr 15, 1969
				7283 to MASDC Apr 23, 1969
				7284 to MASDC as CQ176 Apr 16, 1971
				7285 to MASDC as CQ165 Mar 31, 1971
51-7286/7481		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog
				Redesignated O-1A in 1962
				7286/7292 	(MSN 22015/22021)
				7286	(MSN 22015) Accepted by USAF 7Nov51. Delivered to US Army 16Nov51 at Fort Hood, TX. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec66. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Transferred to USAF 
					12Jul66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, South Vietnam 
					Aug68 to Nov69. SOC 24Sep70 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 24Sep70 as 51-7286. Accident 31Mar74 South Vietnam.
				7287	(MSN 22016) Accepted by USAF 8Nov51. Delivered to US Army 20Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7288	(MSN 22017) Accepted by USAF 7Nov51. Delivered to US Army 24Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7289	(MSN 22018) Accepted by USAF 7Nov51. Delivered to US Army 21Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec67 to Nov68. Non-combat accident 
					19Dec68. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion for repair 
					and maintenance. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) Shotgun, South Vietnam Dec69 to Sep71. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Dec69. 
					Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Jul72 
					at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX.
				7290	(MSN 22019) Accepted by USAF 9Nov51. Delivered to US Army 21Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7291	(MSN 22020) Accepted by USAF 9Nov51. Delivered to US Army 21Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Transferred to USAF. Registered 1961 as N1100T; current [Apr19].
				7292	(MSN 22021) Accepted by USAF 8Nov51. Delivered to US Army 21Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7293/7387 	(MSN 22027/22122)
				7293	(MSN 22027) Accepted by USAF 8Nov51. Delivered to US Army Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr71.
				7294	(MSN 22028) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Jul67.
				7295	(MSN 22029) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 7295. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and 
					Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; 
					extant Feb18.
				7296	(MSN 22030) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army Nov51 at Fort Hood, TX. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 9Jul71 as 51-7296.  To Royal Thai Army as 7296.
				7297	(MSN 22031) Accepted by USAF 15Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at Fort Hood, TX. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Aviation Company, Fort Knox, KY; ferried to Fort Knox Mar67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 1Jun67 
					aboard escort carrier USNS Point Cruz (T-AKV-19); the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, 
					South Vietnam 20Jun67. Assembled and ferried to Ban Me Thuot Jul67. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Oct67. 
					Shot down by hostile fire and crashed, Lam Dong Province, South Vietnam 2Oct67 [2KIA].
				7298	(MSN 22032) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7299	(MSN 22033) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 7299. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, 
					Lopburi Jan01.
				7300	(MSN 22034) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. 
					Returned to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Written off 26Mar70, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr70. Wreck recovered by Australian Army from Vung Tau and transported to 
					Luscombe Field, Nui Dat, South Vietnam Aug70. Parts used by Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical 
					Engineers (RAEME) craftsmen of 161 (Independent) Reconnaissance Flight in rebuilding of 51-12531 Bunny II.
				7301	(MSN 22035) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7302	(MSN 22036) Accepted by USAF 20Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 11Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan67. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec67. SOC 5May71 at 
					Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7302.
				7303	(MSN 22037) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7304	(MSN 22038) Accepted by USAF 14Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Jul64.
				7305	(MSN 22039) Accepted by USAF 14Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7306	(MSN 22040) Accepted by USAF 15Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7306. Used by Raven FAC under direction 
					of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand.
				7307	(MSN 22041) Accepted by USAF 21Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51. Last US Army report 15Dec71. 
					Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5346G. Registered as N17307; 
					current [Apr19]. Encountering rain and reduced visibility en route, the pilot elected to land on a 
					closed runway at the nearest airport, Fort Monmouth, NJ 5Jul91.
				7308	(MSN 22042) Accepted by USAF 15Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7309	(MSN 22043) Accepted by USAF 15Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam May70 to Dec71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Dec71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam 
					Air Force 5Jan72 as 51-7309.
				7310	(MSN 22044) Accepted by USAF 16Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 199th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Sep70. 
					Turned in to the 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long 
					when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Feb71 to Mar72. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when 
					the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army report 15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					TO Republic of China Army Aviation.
				7311	(MSN 22045) Accepted by USAF 16Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7312	(MSN 22046) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army Nov51. Last US Army report 15Sep72. 
					Preserved and displayed at California Army National Guard Museum, Camp San Luis Obispo, San Luis 
					Obispo, CA [noted Apr81].
				7313	(MSN 22047) Accepted by USAF 15Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7314	(MSN 22048) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 7314. Sold as scrap by US Army 
					to Thanat Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 4Jan10. Global Overhaul Inc 
					(Lafayette, LA) 22Feb10. Registered 30Apr10 as N413NG; revoked 13Sep10; cancelled 1Dec10. 
					Fuselage at Nakhon Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13. Registration N413NG restored 27Sep18. 
					Reregistered 23Feb19 as N70XH; current [May19].
				7315	(MSN 22049) Accepted by USAF 16Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force 21Jul71 as 51-7315.
				7316	(MSN 22050) Accepted by USAF 16Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force as 51-7316. Shrapnel damage 
					repaired at Battambang Jun73. SOC 6Jun74; salvaged.
				7317	(MSN 22051) Accepted by USAF 20Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51. Last US Army report 15Feb73. 
					Registered 1976 as N9247Z; Current [Apr19].
				7318	(MSN 22052) Accepted by USAF 19Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 184th Aviation Company, 
					Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Jun66. 
					Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 
					184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep66 
					to Jul68. Crashed on approach to Dong Tam, South Vietnam 23Jul68. Last US Army report 15Jul68.
				7319	(MSN 22053) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. 
					Returned to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Mar68. 
					Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 20Nov71 as 51-7319. Combat loss 
					South Vietnam 11Jul72.
				7320	(MSN 22054) Accepted by USAF 19Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7321	(MSN 22055) Accepted by USAF 19Nov51. Delivered to US Army 26Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7322	(MSN 22056) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army 
					report 15Feb69. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 1969 as 51-7322. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, 
					Thailand. Accident 17Feb70, Laos.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1971 as T2-22/14, 7322. 
					71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 
					531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan; code 53155. WFU at Prachuap Khiri Khan Jan00. 
					Restored to airworthy at Pattaya Air Park 2007. Crashed 20Dec07. Wreck to Tango Squadron, Foundation 
					for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Don Mueang, Bangkok by Sep11.
				7323	(MSN 22057) Accepted by USAF 19Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7324	(MSN 22058) Accepted by USAF 19Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7325	(MSN 22059) Accepted by USAF 20Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7326	(MSN 22060) Accepted by USAF 20Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam 
					Air Force 12Jul71 as 51-7326. Accident 27Sep74 South Vietnam.
				7327	(MSN 22061) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 21Jul71 as 51-7327.
				7328	(MSN 22062) Accepted by USAF 20Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7329	(MSN 22063) Accepted by USAF 20Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7330	(MSN 22064) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army.
				7331	(MSN 22065) Accepted by USAF 21Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7332	(MSN 22066) Accepted by USAF 21Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1G. 183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Nov68 to Nov71. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Dong Ba Thin when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7332. Accident 28Jan73.
				7333	(MSN 22067) Accepted by USAF 21Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7334	(MSN 22068) Accepted by USAF 21Nov51. Delivered to US Army 27Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 
					at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA.
				7335	(MSN 22069) Accepted by USAF 26Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7336	(MSN 22070) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 
					15May69. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Air Force 22May70 as T2-16/xx, 7336. 
					71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 
					5312 Flight, Surin. Shot down by Vietnamese anti-aircraft fire while engaged in photographic 
					reconnaissance of the Cambodian-Thai border region crashed near the border in Surin Province, 
					Thailand 28Apr84.
				7337	(MSN 22071) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
					Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Nov68 to Jan70. Accident 24Jan70, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec69.
				7338	(MSN 22072) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army 
					report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA.
				7339	(MSN 22073) Accepted by USAF 26Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec67.
				7340	(MSN 22074) Accepted by USAF 27Nov51. Delivered to US Army 28Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7341	(MSN 22075) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to 
					US Army National Guard. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Jul72.
				7342	(MSN 22076) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to 
					US Army National Guard - Texas. Last US Army report 15Apr73. Greene County Municipal Civil Defence, 
					Jefferson, IA 23Feb73. Registered 8Jun73 as N90835. Pottawattamie County Sheriff Department, 
					Council Bluffs, IA 19Jul77. Uniform Special Duty Sheriff, Council Bluffs, IA 10Oct80. 
					USDA, North Carolina Division of Forest Resources, Raleigh, NC 13Dec82; registered 12Sep83. 
					North Carolina Forest Service, Kinston, NC Jan97; code '18'. Registration cancelled 31Mar05 as 
					destroyed or scrapped.
				7343	(MSN 22077) Accepted by USAF 28Nov51. Delivered to US Army 29Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Aug62. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air 
					Force as 51-7343. Escaped from Savannakhet, Laos to Sakhon Nakon, Thailand 9Mar76. Returned to Laos 21Mar76.
				7344	(MSN 22078) Accepted by USAF 27Nov51. Delivered to US Army 29Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Nov67.
				7345	(MSN 22079) Accepted by USAF 27Nov51. Delivered to US Army 29Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. 
				7346	(MSN 22080) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. 
				7347	(MSN 22081) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to May69. Accident May69, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Apr69.
				7348	(MSN 22082) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. 
				7349	(MSN 22083) Accepted by USAF 28Nov51. Delivered to US Army 30Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Oct71.
				7350	(MSN 22084) Accepted by USAF 29Nov51. Delivered to US Army 30Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe.
				7351	(MSN 22085) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 30Oct61 as 51-7351; code 3A-CM. 
					SOC Oct66. Registered 2Aug66 as OE-CCM to Fliegergruppe Rot-Weiss-Rot. Returned to 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 4Apr86 as 51-7351; code 3A-CM. Turned over and was 
					substantially damaged; no injuries, no further details known. Auctioned Nov97. Registered 8Aug98 as 
					N4443F. Reregistered 5Nov12 as N305LL. Reregistered 20Jul16 as N4443F; current [Apr19].
				7352	(MSN 22086) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Accepted by USAF Nov51. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam May67 to Nov70. Damaged 21Oct67 when the aircraft hit 2 trees 
					when dropping a bundle through smoke, South Vietnam. Turned in to the 608th Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Dong Ba Thin Nov70. Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				7353	(MSN 22087) Accepted by USAF 29Nov51. Delivered to US Army 30Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Dec67. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Thai Army as 7353. Used in ‘Air America’ movie 1989. Displayed outside Tango Squadron HQ, Lopburi 
					marked as ‘2510’.
`				7354	(MSN 22088) Accepted by USAF 29Nov51. Delivered to US Army 30Nov51 at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
					for shipment to Europe. Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA.
				7355	(MSN 22089) Accepted by USAF. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr72. 
					Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 24May72 as N5297G; cancelled 21Jul75. 
					Substantially damaged 18Aug74 at Quincy, OH, when engine failed due to loss of oil when the filler 
					cap came off. Aircraft hit power lines on final approach.
				7356	(MSN 22090) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. 
					Registered as N3518P. Last US Army report 15Feb78. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
					Registered 22Feb78 as N3020F; cancelled 28Apr81 on export to Canada. Registered C-GRSX; current [Apr19].
				7357	(MSN 22091) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7358	(MSN 22092) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 6Jul71 as 51-7358.
				7359	(MSN 22093) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 21Nov51. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army 
					report 15Dec64. Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-7359, code CE-K. Ferried from Sandhofen to 
					Værnes, Trondheim, Norway, arriving 11Jan66. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field 
					Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Damaged when aircraft tipped over on its nose at Haslemoen 1Oct70. 
					Ferried from Gardermoen to Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo 14Jun71 for the 
					installation of towing equipment. Flown from Værnes to Torp 28Jul77, dismantled and transported by 
					road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. Transported 
					back to Torp 1Oct77, assembled, weighed and test flown; returned to Værnes. Armored Regiment 2, 
					Medium Field Artillery 3, Brigade S, Haslemoen 2Jan87. SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US Government 16Jun92. 
					Acquired by Government of the State of Pará, Brazil for ambulance services for the remote villages 
					in the interior of the state. Dismantled and shipped from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. Assembled 
					and prepared by Taxi Aéreo Kovacs, Belém; modified to carry a stretcher. Customs delays for 
					imported material caused the aircraft to be stored outside under very poor climatic conditions 
					with high humidity. The state military police considered the possibility of using the aircraft 
					for drug trafficking patrols; this was rejected by the state government. Registration PP-EKH reserved. 
					Not formally registered, probably due to lack of type approval. Based at Redencão. Delivered to 
					the Parque de Material Aeronáutico de Belém (PAMA BE) for use in the training of aircraft mechanics.
				7360	(MSN 22094) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7361	(MSN 22095) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7362	(MSN 22096) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan69.
				7363	(MSN 22097) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7364	(MSN 22098) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7365	(MSN 22099) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 18Jun62 as 51-7365; code 3A-CN. 
					The crew of the aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing in a field at Oggau, Austria 7May66. 
					The main landing gear collapsed and the aircraft sustained substantial damages, which resulted in a write off.
				7366	(MSN 22100) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr71.
				7367	(MSN 22101) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5310G; current [Apr19].
				7368	(MSN 22102) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7369	(MSN 22103) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				7370	(MSN 22104) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7371	(MSN 22105) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Chu Lai, 
					Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Oct71. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the unit was deactivated. Last US Army report 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 23Nov71 as 51-7371. Damaged 6Dec72, 
					South Vietnam. 
				7372	(MSN 22106) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7373	(MSN 22107) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) Shotgun, 
					South Vietnam Nov68 to Oct71. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Nov68. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70. 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the 
					unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 3Nov71 as 51-7373.
				7374	(MSN 22108) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				7375	(MSN 22109) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled 
					from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets 
					Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 26Aug68 as 51-7375, 
					code CE-X. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 13Sep68. Operated by the Norwegian Army 
					Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. To Torp 29Feb76. Dismantled and transported by road to 
					Horten 28Mar77. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. Transported back 
					to Torp 26May77, assembled, weighed and test flown. During a landing on Sola after a local 
					navigation sortie 18Jul80, the plane cut out to the left with a ground loop. The plane was 
					damaged in the right wing and tail surface. SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US Government 16Jun92. 
					Acquired by Government of the State of Pará, Brazil for ambulance services for the remote 
					villages in the interior of the state. Dismantled and shipped from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. 
					Assembled and prepared by Taxi Aéreo Kovacs, Belém; modified to carry a stretcher. Customs delays 
					for imported material caused the aircraft to be stored outside under very poor climatic conditions 
					with high humidity. The state military police considered the possibility of using the aircraft 
					for drug trafficking patrols; this was rejected by the state government. Registration PP-EKE 
					reserved. Not formally registered, probably due to lack of type approval. Aeroclube do Pará, Altamira.
				7376	(MSN 22110) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7377	(MSN 22111) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr72. Transferred to USAF 
					Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5299G; cancelled 6May15. Substantially damaged when 
					struck a shallow ditch beside the runway at Hopewell, VA 26Oct74. On May 4, 1999 the aircraft 
					was substantially damaged during landing at the Grundy Municipal Airport, Grundy, Virginia. 
					The airplane crossed the approach end of the runway, and the pilot initiated a flare. 
					At that point, 'everything was normal,' and the airplane touched down smoothly, tail wheel first. 
					The nose of the airplane then started to drift to the right. The pilot added 'hard left rudder,' 
					and the nose of the airplane transitioned from the right side of center line to the left side of 
					center line. As the airplane approached the left side of the runway, the pilot elected to abort 
					the landing. He advanced the throttle, the engine responded, and the airplane yawed further left 
					while becoming airborne. The airplane continued to drift left, and the propeller made contact 
					with a tree that was approximately 50 feet to the left, and 15 feet higher than the runway. 
					After the propeller strike, the airplane assumed approximately a 30 degree nose down attitude 
					for about 2 seconds, and then impacted another group of trees, coming to rest upright.
				7378	(MSN 22112) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7379	(MSN 22113) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67. 
				7380	(MSN 22114) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					203rd Aviation Company, Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Ferried to Fort Sill Jun67. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA Aug67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South 
					Vietnam Sep67; arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 765th Transportation Battalion, Vung Tau; 
					assembled for delivery to Phu Hiep Oct67. 203rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Hawkeyes, 
					Phu Hiep, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Oct67 to Oct69. Turned in to the 79th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province for repair and maintenance Oct69. 
					3rd Platoon. Crashed during a crosswind landing at Phu Hiep, South Vietnam 21Oct69. Last US Army 
					report 15Aug72 at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX.
				7381	(MSN 22115) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 7381. Recovered by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
					Registered 28Aug91 as VH-LQX; current [Apr19].
				7382	(MSN 22116) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Feb69. Damaged during takeoff from Ba Ria, Vung Tau, South Vietnam 17Feb69. 
					Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi for repair 
					and maintenance. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX.
				7383	(MSN 22117) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Nov70 
					at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 7383. 
					Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Sold as scrap by US Army to 
					Thanat Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 4Jan10. Global Overhaul Inc 
					(Lafayette, LA) 22Feb10. Registered 30Apr10 as N413WH; revoked 13Sep10; cancelled 1Dec10. Fuselage 
					at Nakhon Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13.
				7384	(MSN 22118) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Jun71. 
					Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol - California. Registered 1972 as N5199G; current [Apr19].
				7385	(MSN 22119) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7385. Accident 29Jan69, South Vietnam. SOC 1Feb69.
				7386	(MSN 22120) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7387	(MSN 22121) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug72.
				7388/7477 	(MSN 22127/22216)
				7388	(MSN 22127) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Crashed two miles SE of 
					Meiches, West Germany 20May52.
				7389	(MSN 22128) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7390	(MSN 22129) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 7390. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the 
					Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi 
					Aero Park c2004. Preserved and on display at Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum, Lopburi by Jan12.
				7391	(MSN 22130) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7392	(MSN 22131) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May69.
				7393	(MSN 22132) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7394	(MSN 22133) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7395	(MSN 22134) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5277G; current [Apr19]. On August 31, 1996 
					the aircraft experienced a total loss of engine power while towing a banner about three miles 
					northwest of San Diego, California. The pilot made a forced landing on a hillside's rough terrain. 
					The airplane was substantially damaged. No fuel was found in the airplane's tanks during the post 
					accident examination.
				7396	(MSN 22135) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Feb72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5265G. Registered as N17396; current [Apr19].
				7397	(MSN 22136) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to 
					USAF 2Aug66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. SOC 24Dec69 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 8Apr71 as 51-7397. Inspected by USAF 
					as serviceable Jul71.
				7398	(MSN 22137) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7399	(MSN 22138) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Jun70. Last US Army report 15May70. Failed to return from a visual 
					reconnaissance mission in Long Khanh Province, South Vietnam 7Jun70 [1MIA].
				7400	(MSN 22139) Manufactured 6Dec51. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-7400, code CE-L. Ferried from Sandhofen to 
					Værnes, Trondheim, Norway, arriving 12Dec65. Operated by the 
					Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Fly-OP squadron, Field Artillery Battalion, 
					Brigade North. Shortly after departure from Setermoen airstrip, the plane crashed against a small 
					ridge approximately 500m south of the airstrip 24Apr67. The pilot was injured while the passenger 
					(CO of FAbn / Brig N) was unharmed. The cause was too little speed in a turn after departure, so that 
					the plane began to stall to the right. The right wing collided with a pine tree approximately 4.5m 
					above the ground and the plane hit the ground with its nose first. Stored at Setermoen; SOC 21Mar69.
				7401	(MSN 22140) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 765th 
					Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Dec70 to Dec71. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 5Jan72 as 51-7401.
				7402	(MSN 22141) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun67 
					to Mar72. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of China Army Aviation.
				7403	(MSN 22142) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar68 to Sep71. Accident 17Sep71, South Vietnam. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai for salvage Sep71. Last US Army report 15Aug71.
				7404	(MSN 22143) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7405	(MSN 22144) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7406	(MSN 22145) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7407	(MSN 22146) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7408	(MSN 22147) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Jan64.
				7409	(MSN 22148) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7410	(MSN 22149) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7411	(MSN 22150) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep72.
				7412	(MSN 22151) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Chu Lai, 
					Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Sep70 to Nov71. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army report 
					15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of China Army Aviation.
				7413	(MSN 22152) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr70.
				7414	(MSN 22153) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Crashed into the 
					Danube near Vienna, Austria 25Jun55. The engine failed during a go-around manoeuvre at 
					Wien-Heiligenstadt Airfield. The crew tried to land at the airfield, but the aircraft struck a 
					bridge and crashed [2KIS].
				7415	(MSN 22154) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army 
					report 15Nov67. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 7415. Tango Squadron, 
					Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
				7416	(MSN 22155) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Sep68. Registered 1972 
					as N5673B; current [Apr19].
				7417	(MSN 22156) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7418	(MSN 22157) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				7419	(MSN 22158) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7420	(MSN 22159) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7421	(MSN 22160) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna for conversion to O-1G.
					Transferred to US Marines Corps Jul67 as 156679.  Last US Army report 15Jul67.
				7422	(MSN 22161) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun70 to Mar72. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar72.
				7423	(MSN 22162) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7424	(MSN 22163) Manufactured 13Dec51. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Shipped dismantled from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by 
					Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo. Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 
					7Aug68 as 51-7424, code CE-Y. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 13Aug68. Operated by the 
					Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Crashed during takeoff at Setermoen 
					airstrip for missions in armed reconnaissance during exercise 'Arctic Express' 28Feb70. The plane 
					crashed in snow after hitting trees and tipped onto its nose. The reason was slow speed during 
					takeoff with skis. Flown Bardufoss to Torp 13Dec76, dismantled and transported by road to Horten. 
					Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. Transported back to Torp 4Jan77, 
					assembled, weighed and test flown. Returned to Bardufoss. Armored Regiment 3, Medium Field Artillery 1, 
					Brigade 13, Værnes 2Jan87. SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US Government 16Jun92. Acquired by Government 
					of the State of Pará, Brazil for ambulance services for the remote villages in the interior of the 
					state. Dismantled and shipped from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. Assembled and prepared by Taxi Aéreo 
					Kovacs, Belém; modified to carry a stretcher. Customs delays for imported material caused the 
					aircraft to be stored outside under very poor climatic conditions with high humidity. 
					The state military police considered the possibility of using the aircraft for drug trafficking 
					patrols; this was rejected by the state government. Registration PP-EKM reserved. Not formally 
					registered, probably due to lack of type approval.
				7425	(MSN 22164) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 
					15Jul65. Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-7425, code CE-M. Ferried from Sandhofen 
					to Værnes, Trondheim, Norway, arriving 11Jan66. Operated by the 
					Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Flown Bardufoss to Torp 28Oct76. 
					Dismantled and transported by road to Horten 3Nov76. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; 
					retained O-1A designation. Transported back to Torp 12Jan77, assembled, weighed and test flown; 
					returned to Bardufoss. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost directional control after 
					landing at Værnes 14Jun82. The flight was the pilot's first solo on type. The accident resulted 
					in extensive damage to the aircraft but the pilot was not injured. SOC 14Jun82.
				7426	(MSN 22165) Accepted by USAF 21Dec51. Delivered to US Army 8Jan52 at Fort Sill, OK. Last US Army 
					report 15Feb67. Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7426. SOC 3Feb73. 
					Khmer Air Force 3Feb73 as 51-7426. Damaged, repaired at Pochentong, Phnom Penh; returned to 
					operations Feb74. Ferried Pochentong, Phnom Penh to Bangkok, Thailand 14Jun74. SOC 26Jun74. 
					Under control of Thailand Liaison Detachment, Bangkok, Thailand 24Jan75. Disassembled, fair 
					to poor airframe, pending programming and Memorandum of Agreement for transfer to MAP Thailand. 
					Royal Thai Army as 7426. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan13.
				7427	(MSN 22166) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar72. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 
					as N5294G. Registration expired 21Apr09; restored 17Jul13. Current with private owner [Apr19].
				7428	(MSN 22167) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army 
					report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Thai Army as 7428. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri; code 7116. Sold as scrap 
					by US Army to Thanat Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 4Jan10. 
					Global Overhaul Inc (Lafayette, LA) 22Feb10. Registered 30Apr10 as N413PG; revoked 13Sep10; 
					cancelled 1Dec10. Fuselage at Nakhon Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13.
				7429	(MSN 22168) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7430	(MSN 22169) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group 
					in Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. Returned to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Last US Army report 15May71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1971 
					as N5186G. Registered as N542EZ. Minor damage during a forced landing caused by a loss of 
					engine oil pressure at Tucson, AZ 29Feb84. Substantially damaged when right main undercarriage 
					collapsed on landing at Aspen, CO 9Aug97. According to the pilot, he was on his fourth touch-and-go 
					landing and following touchdown, the aircraft veered to the right. He said that left rudder 
					input veered the aircraft left and right rudder and brake had little effect on directional 
					control. The aircraft slid sideways and the right main landing gear collapsed causing damage 
					to the right wing, elevator, and propeller. Forced landed on a state highway at Telluride, CO 
					20Jun03. The pilot failed to ensure that the oil filler cap was secure and took off. 
					Oil was observed coming out of the engine area by a ground observer; the aircraft was contacted 
					and informed of the situation. The pilot executed an emergency landing onto a state highway 
					with no damage or injury. Substantially damaged when undercarriage collapsed on landing 
					at Saratoga, WY 6Jul06. During the takeoff roll the airplane started veering to the left. 
					The pilot reported that he "applied full right rudder and did not have any response to the 
					directional control." The airplane departed the runway to the right. The right main landing 
					gear assembly folded under the airplane fuselage and right wing impacted the ground. 
					Reregistered 29Jun09 as N73TZ; current [Apr19].
				7431	(MSN 22170) Accepted by USAF 26Dec51. Delivered to US Army 8Jan52 at Fort Sill, OK.
				7432	(MSN 22171) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan72. Transferred 
					to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 28Mar72 as N213NY. Destroyed or scrapped 
					by CAP New York Wing 18Sep73. Registration cancelled 6Nov73.
				7433	(MSN 22172) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Crashed three 
					miles SW of Heidelberg, West Germany 16Jul52.
				7434	(MSN 22173) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7435	(MSN 22174) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7436	(MSN 22175) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 8Jan52 at Fort Sill, OK. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Nov67. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70. 
					199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, 
					South Vietnam Apr70 to Sep70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Can Tho, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Sep70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force 4Nov71 as 51-7436.
				7437	(MSN 22176) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Jul67. 
					199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Aug67 
					to Sep70. Turned in to the 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vinh Long when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam May71 to Oct71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit 
					was deactivated Oct71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 9Nov71 as 51-7437. 112th Liaison Squadron, 23rd Tactical Wing, 
					3rd Air Division, Nha Trang. Crashed 28May72 [1KIA: 1MIA].
				7438	(MSN 22177) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				7439	(MSN 22178) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7440	(MSN 22179) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. 
					The aircraft was on a training flight from Fort Sill, OK to Bryan, TX 5Oct52 when it crashed 
					and burned three miles south of Scotland, TX after the engine apparently cut out at approx 75ft agl 
					and dove into the ground [2KIS].
				7441	(MSN 22180) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Jul66. Transferred to USAF 13Jul66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 6250th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. 
					20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Nov67. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Dec67. Non-combat accident at Tan An, South Vietnam 10Jan70. SOC 11Jan70.
				7442	(MSN 22181) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7443	(MSN 22182) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Ground instructional airframe. Last US Army 
					report 15Sep72.
				7444	(MSN 22183) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7445	(MSN 22184) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7445. Returned to USAF 31Jan73. 432nd Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing, Udorn, Thailand. In store at Udorn, noted 20Nov73 and 19Feb74 in poor 
					condition without logbook. SOC at Udorn 20Jan75. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Khmer Air Force 20Jan75 as 51-7445. Noted on maintenance with Thai-Am, Don Mueang, Bangkok 24Apr75.
				7446	(MSN 22185) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7446. Accident 21Aug66, South Vietnam.
				7447	(MSN 22186) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug71. Transferred 
					to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5210G; current [Apr19]. Substantially 
					damaged 4Apr73 at Bismarck, SD due to fuel starvation; fuel selector found in ‘off’ position. 
					Substantially damaged 31Mar04 at Bozeman, MT, when ground-looped on landing. As the aircraft slowed, 
					it suddenly swerved to the left, and the pilot's attempts to realign it with the runway were not 
					successful. The aircraft exited the left side of the runway and entered a ground loop. 
					During the ground loop sequence, the right main gear leg partially folded under, and the right 
					wing collided with the terrain.
				7448	(MSN 22187) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan64.
				7449	(MSN 22188) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7450	(MSN 22189) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66.  Transferred to USAF 11Oct66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Oct66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan67. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Sep67. 
					Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 1Jan70 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 2Jan70 as 51-7450. 
					Accident Feb71, South Vietnam.
				7451	(MSN 22190) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jan72. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 15Feb72 as N5259G; current [Apr19].
				7452	(MSN 22191) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Thai Army as 7452.
				7453	(MSN 22192) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, Chu Lai, 
					Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Nov71. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army report 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 23Nov71 as 51-7453.
				7454	(MSN 22193) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7455	(MSN 22194) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 
					15Sep67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army 
					as 7455. Written off 15Dec80.
				7456	(MSN 22195) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				7457	(MSN 22196) Accepted by USAF 2Jan52. Delivered to US Army 8Jan52. Modified to TL-19A; 
					redesignated TO-1A in 1962. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, 
					Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5188G; current [Apr19]. On March 13, 1999 the aircraft 
					ground looped and impacted terrain during landing rollout at the Harris Ranch Airport, Coalinga, 
					California. The airplane was substantially damaged. On March 23, 2001 the aircraft ground looped 
					during landing rollout at the Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport, Winslow, Arizona. The airplane 
					was substantially damaged. The student made a normal landing with his CFI in the conventional gear 
					airplane that the student had recently purchased. Seconds after touchdown the airplane started 
					turning slowly to the left. The CFI applied rudder pressure for the correction, but was unable 
					to move the right rudder pedal more than 3 or 4 inches. The left turn continued, and the CFI 
					shouted for the student to "get off the controls." The CFI reported that he pushed "very hard" 
					on the right rudder in an effort to stop the turn to the left. However, the right rudder would 
					not move farther regardless of the force applied. The turn to the left continued to accelerate. 
					Directional control was subsequently lost, and as the airplane ground looped the right wing tip 
					touched the ground and the right wheel separated from the strut at the axle. The investigation 
					revealed that the student's shoe size was 14, he weighed about 250 pounds, and was 6 feet 6 inches 
					tall. During rollout the student's left foot had slipped off the rudder pedal. It had become 
					jammed between the top portion of the pedal and the console, thus restricting the pedal's movement. 
					This control interference resulted in the CFI's inability to take corrective action to preclude 
					the loss of control.
				7458	(MSN 22197) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Air Force as T2-xx/xx, 7458. 
					71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 
					Royal Thai Army as 7458. Derelict wings noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01.
				7459	(MSN 22198) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Sep67 
					at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 7459. 
					Noted at Ban Sak Long, Lom Sak 6Apr96. 1st Cavalry at Fort Phor Khun Pha Mueang, Phetchabun; displayed 
					inside camp by May06.
				7460	(MSN 22199) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR).
				7461	(MSN 22200) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7462	(MSN 22201) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7463	(MSN 22202) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec62.
				7464	(MSN 22203) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam May70 to May71. Accident 24May71 South Vietnam. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) for repair and maintenance May71. Last US Army report 15May71.
				7465	(MSN 22204) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7466	(MSN 22205) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Nov67.
				7467	(MSN 22206) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec68.
				7468	(MSN 22207) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7469	(MSN 22208) Accepted by USAF 5Jan52. Delivered to US Army 29Jan52 at Fort Sill, OK. Army Aviation School, 
					Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL; code 69C. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, 
					Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1971 as N5195G; current [Apr19].
				7470	(MSN 22209) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 7470. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
					Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01.
				7471	(MSN 22210) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15May71. 
					Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5180G; cancelled 22Jun78 on export 
					to Canada. Registered C-GYRH; current [Apr19].
				7472	(MSN 22211) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Mar69.
				7473	(MSN 22212) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Feb66. 
					Sandhofen, Mannheim, West Germany; stored. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 17Nov65 as 51-7473, code CE-N. Ferried from Sandhofen to 
					Værnes, Trondheim, Norway, arriving 12Dec65. Operated by the 
					Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Flown Værnes to Torp 9Sep77, dismantled 
					and transported by road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. 
					Transported back to Torp 1Dec77, assembled, weighed and test flown; returned to Værnes. Accident on the 
					field strip at Skibotn in Lyngen 22Sep86. The aircraft participated during exercise 'Barfrost 86' and 
					was supposed to land after the completion of the assignment. Everything was normal, but during the 
					last phase of the landing, the left main wheel cut into loose gravel and sand. The aircraft turned 
					to the left, tipped over on to the nose and damaged the propeller. Armored Regiment 6, Medium Field 
					Artillery Battalion, Brigade 15, Bardufoss 2Jan87. Crashed at Storvatnet, Håvikdalen 22Sep87. 
					The aircraft was located at Håvikdalen south of Narvik in connection with exercise 'Barfrost 87', 
					and operated from a field in the north of the valley. The aircraft ran low-flying exercises in the 
					valley when it was caught in a downdraught and crashed into a hill at Storvatnet in Håvikdalen. 
					The pilot and passenger died.
				7474	(MSN 22213) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				7475	(MSN 22214) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Nov67. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Presumably to South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7475. Escaped from Saigon, 
					South Vietnam to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr75.  To Royal Thai Navy 1975 as 7475. WFU and displayed 350m NW of 
					U-Tapao civil terminal by May88. Moved to shelters by Jan13. Displayed at EOD site by Feb15. Moved to 
					display near tower by Aug15.
				7476	(MSN 22215) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 8Nov66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho 
					Province, South Vietnam Jan67. Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan70. SOC at Bien Hoa, 
					South Vietnam 10Jan70. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 19Jan70 as 51-7476. 
					Combat loss 29Jan73, South Vietnam.
				7477	(MSN 22216) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 29Jan61 as 51-7477; code 3A-CO. WFU Aug73. 
					Registered 4Oct73 as OE-CCO to Fliegergruppe Rot-Weiss-Rot. Returned to 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 4Apr86 as 51-7477; code 3A-CO. Preserved and 
					on display as a gate guard at Zeltweg Apr86.  Preserved as 3A-CO at Fliegerhorst 
					Zeltweg and noted pole-mounted there in August 2018. 
				7478/7481 	(MSN 22222/22225)
				7478 (MSN 22222) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force 14Jul71 as 51-7478.
				7479	(MSN 22223) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Last US Army 
					report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, 
					Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 6Aug68 as 51-7479, code CE-Z. Ferried from Kjeller to 
					Gardermoen for storage 8Aug68. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. 
					Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo for use in experiments for the Norwegian Defense 
					Research Institute 19May71. Returned to Gardermoen 1Jun71. Torp 1Jan76. Dismantled and transported by 
					road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. Transported back to 
					Torp, assembled, weighed and test flown. Stored at Bardufoss 9Jan90. SOC 20Sep91. Returned to US 
					Government 16Jun92. Acquired by Government of the State of Pará, Brazil for ambulance services for 
					the remote villages in the interior of the state. Dismantled and shipped from Trondheim to Belém, Brazil. 
					Assembled and prepared by Taxi Aéreo Kovacs, Belém; modified to carry a stretcher. Customs delays for 
					imported material caused the aircraft to be stored outside under very poor climatic conditions with 
					high humidity. The state military police considered the possibility of using the aircraft for drug 
					trafficking patrols; this was rejected by the state government. Registration PP-EKB reserved. 
					Not formally registered, probably due to lack of type approval. Based at Marabá.
				7480	(MSN 22224) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 8Nov66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Nov66 to 8Dec66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Dec66. Accident at Ba Ria, Vung Tau, South Vietnam 15Apr68. SOC 15Apr68.
				7481	(MSN 22225) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15May67.
51-7482/7891		North American T-28A Trojan
				MSN 174-335/744
				Numerous ex-USAF T-28As were refurbished and modified with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engines by Sud Aviation
					at St. Nazaire, France from 1959, and named Fennec (Desert Fox) for use in counterinsurgency war in Algeria.
				Some converted to GT-28A.  Others went to US Navy as T-28C/D for FMS
				7482 (MSN 174-335) Written off 2Jan60
				7483 (MSN 174-336) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 20Jan55 landing at Williams AFB, AZ at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 16Mar60. Departed 16May63 
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 82
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Oct63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Oct 17, 1963.
				7484 (MSN 173-337) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 12Feb54 4 miles W of Queen Creek, AZ
				7485 (MSN 173-338) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Damaged by fire 9Jun54 at Williams AFB, AZ
				7486 (MSN 173-339) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7487 (MSN 174-340) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 9
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7487/0-17487. Dropped from inventory Nov73
				7488 (MSN 174-341) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7489 (MSN 174-342) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 15Dec54 due to engine failure near Williams AFB, AZ
 				7490 (MSN 174-343) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7491 (MSN 174-344) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC. Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 121
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air 1961 as 51-7491. WFU Apr66
					To GIA at the Air Force Apprentice School / L’Ecole des Apprentis, Saintes (BA.722), France. Noted 5May73
					To Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, Le Bourget, Paris by 1984; noted stored at Dugny Sep08
				7492 (MSN 174-345) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 15
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Dec73 as 51-7492/0-17492
					Damaged Feb74 when the aircraft landed with the landing gear retracted at Ream, Sihanoukville. To ThaiAm, 
					Don Mueang, Bangkok for repair. Declared BER 24Apr75
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7492/17492, possibly for spares
				7493 (MSN 174-346) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 11May55 landing at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 320
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28Jan70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 28, 1970 as 51-7493/0-17493. W/o 10Jan73; repaired
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3409, 1975
					Sold to Australia 1988. Stored at Kongwak, VIC, Australia
				7494 (MSN 174-347) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 5
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 27Jun73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7494/0-17494. Lost 2Feb74
				7495 (MSN 174-348)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 2Aug54 due to engine failure at Maricopa, 10 miles S of Phoenix, AZ. The pilot bailed out
				7496 (MSN 174-349) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crash landed 24Feb55 due to engine failure at Rittenhouse Auxiliary Field, AZ
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Apr60. Departed 25May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 91
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				7497 (MSN 174-350) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]. SOC 9May59
				7498 (MSN 174-351) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7499 (MSN 174-352) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 7
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51- 7499/0-17499
				7500 (MSN 174-353) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 21Aug58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana.  In June 2012 the fuselage was on 
					display on a trailer by Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, Washington. 
				7501 (MSN 174-354) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 18Oct52 7 miles E of Williams AFB, AZ when the aircraft hit a mesquite tree during a pullout 
					from a steep diving turn.
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7501/17501
				7502 (MSN 174-355) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 2May53 11 miles SE of Roosevelt, AZ when the aircraft flew into the side of a mountain 
					during an instrument instructional flight. The crew were killed.
				7503 (MSN 174-356)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 2Oct52 landing at Rittenhouse Auxiliary Field, AZ
					Accident 2May53 when the solo student failed to lower the landing gear at Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 16May55 due to mechanical failure landing at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].  Written off 7Jun67
				7504 (MSN 174-357) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Force landed 4Jun54 due to engine failure 6 miles W of Stanton, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 1Aug59. Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 108
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-7504
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0623
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67.  Converted to T-28P Code A-03. W/o 11May73
				7505 (MSN 174-358) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL  
					Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 14
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Dec73 as 51-7505/0-17505
				7506 (MSN 174-359) Written off 1May67
				7507 (MSN 174-360) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 12Mar53 when the nose landing gear failed taking off from Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to Middletown Air Depot, Olmsted AFB, PA. Reclaimed 6Nov62
				7508 (MSN 174-361) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 16Dec53 on the ground at Vance AFB, OK
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 9Dec60
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force as 501
				7509 (MSN 173-362) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 17Apr70
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 23
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 4Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1973 as 51-7509/0-17509
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3402, 1975 
					Sold to Australia 1988. To the Royal Australian Navy Museum and stored at NAS Nowra, NSW, Australia
					Stored at Sydney, NSW, Australia by 2002
				7510 (MSN 173-363) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 5Jul55 when the aircraft spun in 3 miles W of Florence Junction, AZ
				7511 (MSN 173-364) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to Lowry AFB Technical Training Center, CO
					To MASDC 25Nov59. SOC 16Dec59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 120
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep61 as 51-7511
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Oct64. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67
					Registered N14110 12Mar68; cancelled 17Oct73
					To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti in 1973 as 1240
					Restored to US registry as N14110 8Apr78; revoked 22Apr78; cancelled 30Jun09
					Crashed 15Mar84 at Rialto, CA. The pilot was authorized by the aircraft owner to test fly the 
					aircraft around the traffic pattern with a local FBO owner on board. The pilot made 3 flights, 
					the last of which culminated in the accident. On the first and third flights, unauthorized 
					passengers were on board. The FBO owner stated that the pilot performed a 'couple of rolls' 
					during the second flight when he was on board. On the third flight, several witnesses stated, 
					the pilot 'buzzed' the runway and made a wide climbing turn to a wide downwind north of the runway. 
					Once level, between 700 and 1000 ft, the pilot began a series of left aileron rolls. The number 
					of rolls varied as reported by witnesses, however, all stated that during the last roll the 
					aircraft hesitated near the inverted position, the nose dropped and it continued to roll into
					 the ground. Three flight instructors stated they had admonished the pilot on several occasions 
					in the past 'not to perform aerobatics in the aircraft' especially since wing pods were installed.
				7512 (MSN 174-365) Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 3Dec71. Departed 5Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 42
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7512/0-17512. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7512/17512
				7513  Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 8Jul54 with T-28 51-3665 2 miles N of Webb AFB, TX
				7514 (MSN 174-367) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7515 (MSN 174-368) Written off 21Aug57
				7516 (MSN 174-369) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Force landed 13May54 due to engine failure 2 miles N of Laredo, TX
					Accident 18Mar55 landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7516/17516
				7517 (MSN 174-370)  Assigned to Middletown Air Depot, Olmsted AFB, PA. Reclaimed 6Nov62
				7518 (MSN 174-371) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Force landed 2Jul54 due to engine failure 25 miles NW of Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 5May59. Departed 16Dec59
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 112
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul61 as 51-7518
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0626
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67
					Converted to T-28P Code A-06; re-coded 3-A-206
					Crashed 12Nov73 into the sea from “Veinticinco de Mayo” carrier [this may be confused with accident to 0625]
				7519 (MSN 174-372) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7519/17519. WFU 22Feb77
				7520 (MSN 174-373) Assigned to San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX
					Accident 28Apr53 due to mechanical failure landing at Kelly AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 11Feb54 due to structural failure 10 miles S of Laredo, TX
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 4
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 27Jun73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7520/0-17520
				7521 (MSN 174-374) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 3Jun53 due to mechanical failure at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 27Apr70
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL. Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 24
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7521/0-17521
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3403, 1975
					To Australia.  Registered VH-DUK 5Aug93; reregistered 
					Registered VH-ZUK with Aerotec Queensland P/L 10Apr07; current [Nov15]
				7522 (MSN 174-375) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 18May55 4 miles SW of Queen Creek, AZ
				7523 (MSN 174-376) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Force landed 8Apr54 due to engine failure 3 miles NW of Reese AFB, TX
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7524 (MSN 174-377) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					On 6 March 1953 the aircraft was involved in a mid-air collision with T-28A (51-7545). The student 
					bailed out without injury; however the aircraft was destroyed when it crashed at Chandler, AZ, some 27 
					miles east of Williams AFB. 
				7525 (MSN 174-378) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7526 (MSN 174-379) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 1Mar53 when the aircraft hit a bird at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7526/17526 in 1958.
				7527 (MSN 174-380) Ordered for USAF. 
					Converted to NA-199, T-28B prototype for US Navy as BuNo 137636, delivered to US Navy Jun 3, 1955 
				7528 (MSN 174-381) Ordered for USAF. 
					Converted to NA-199, T-28B prototype for US Navy as BuNo 137637, delivered to US Navy Mar 15, 1955
				7529 (MSN 174-382) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7529/17529 in 1958.  
				7530 (MSN 174-383) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC 11Aug59. Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 115
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul61 as 51-7530. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14102; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force Apr 7, 1970.
				7531 (MSN 174-384) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 3Aug53 during takeoff at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 3Apr72. Departed 4Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 43
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7531/0-17531. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7531/17531. Noted 1997 dumped at Sangley Point. Scrapped at Danilo Atienza AB
				7532 (MSN 174-385) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Damaged 12Oct53 when the aircraft hit a bird 2 miles SW of Wheeler Ranch Airport, TX
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59. Departed 15May60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 126
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec61 as 51-7532
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0628
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67
					Converted to T-28P Code A-08; re-coded 3-A-208
				7533 (MSN 174-386) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Apr59. Departed 16Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 116
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul61 as 51-7533. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14144 12Mar68; cancelled 17Oct73
					To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti in 1973 as 1237
					Restored to US civil registry as N14144 8Apr78; current [Nov15]
				7534 (MSN 174-387) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7534/17534. WFU 22Feb77
				7535 (MSN 174-388) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 20Apr53 landing at Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 30Jun54 landing at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 15May60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air 
				7536 (MSN 174-389) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Forced landing 26Jun53 due to engine failure at Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 15Sep53 landing at Reese AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					Accident 21Apr55 landing at Spence AFB, GA
					Written off 10Dec57
					To US civil registry as N99393 Apr 12, 1977, cancelled May 31, 2013
				7537 (MSN 174-390) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 18Oct54 due to mechanical failure landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 25
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 4Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 25Feb74 as 51-7537/0-17537. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7537/17537
				7538 (MSN 174-391) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 20Jul60. Departed 23May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 89
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				7539 (MSN 174-392) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 14Sep54 landing at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
					To MASDC.  To reclamation 26Oct62
					Believed to South Vietnam Air Force as 51-7539/0-17539
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere 1970 as 51-7539/0-17539. Combat damage 11Feb71
				7540 (MSN 174-393) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 18Jul60. Departed 16May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 80
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Oct63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Oct 17, 1963.
				7541 (MSN 174-344) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crashed 12Mar53 due to engine failure taking off at Laredo AFB, TX
				7542 (MSN 174-395) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 5Jun54 taxying at Sweetwater Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC Mar 13, 1959.  Departed 16Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 124
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct61 as 51-7542. Noted in storage at 
					Chateaudun Jun 1965.  SOC Oct 12, 1967. 
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67
					Registered N14112 12Mar68; 17Oct73
					To Haiti Air Force / Force Aérienne Haïtienne Jul73 as 1242
					Back to US registry as N14112 8Apr78; current [Nov15]
				7543 (MSN 174-396) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 5Aug59. Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 132
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan62 as 51-7543
					Assigned to ERALA 3/37. W/o 19Jul63
				7544 (MSN 174-397) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crashed 7Jan54 due to engine failure taking off at Laredo AFB, TX
				7545 (MSN 174-398) Delivered to USAF 10Nov52 at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Mid air collision 6Mar53 with T-28A (51-7524) but  made a successful emergency landing at Williams AFB, AZ. 
					Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS Jun53
					Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ Jan54
					Crash landed 12Aug54 due to mechanical failure 6 miles N of Mesa, AZ
					Assigned to San Bernardino Air Material Area, Norton AFB, CA Nov54
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL Dec56
					To MASDC Mar57.
					Assigned to San Bernardino Air Material Area, Norton AFB, CA Jun57
					Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Wing, Chanute AFB, IL Aug57 
					Assigned to 3320th Technical Training Wing, Amarillo AFB, TX 1958 
					Assigned to Amarillo Technical Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX Jan59 
					Back to MASDC 3Nov59. SOC 11Dec59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 119
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep61 as 51-7545. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14113 12Mar68; cancelled 16Jun76
					To Haiti Air Force / Force Aérienne Haïtienne Oct73 as 1236
					Returned to US civil registry as N14113 with c/n 81-1, Mar78; current [Nov15]
					Owned by Radial Revelation; operated by the Aircraft Restoration Co at Duxford, England
					Damaged 30Apr15 during takeoff at Duxford, England. The aircraft was on its takeoff run for a test 
					flight after annual maintenance. At approximately
 					80 knots IAS the pilot became aware of a severe lateral vibration which was followed by failure of the 
					nose landing gear (NLG).  The aircraft came to stop on the runway in a nose-down attitude, resting on 
					the remains of the nose gear strut. The failure was caused by the propagation of a crack in the NLG forging, 
					emanating from a bolt hole in the anti-shimmy damper bracket.
				7546 (MSN 174-399) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 8Jun55 landing at Laredo AFB, TX
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960.  
 					As FAB-411 preserved in November 2016 at the Museo Aeroespacial de la Fuerza Áerea Boliviana, La Paz. 
				7547 (MSN 174-400) Assigned to 3301th Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					Crash landing 22Aug55 due to engine failure at Alice Municipal Airport, TX
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 16Apr70
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 27
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 17Aug73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7547/0-17547
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					To Philippine Air Force Aug 1973 as 51-7547/17547. Noted 1997 dumped at Sangley Point. Scrapped at Danilo Atienza AB
				7548 (MSN 174-401) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 26Aug53 taxying at Reese AFB, TX
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 26Oct62
				7549 (MSN 174-402) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 28Feb53 due to structural failure at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7549/17549
				7550 (MSN 174-403) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 9Mar60. Departed 20Feb61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force as 502 May 3, 1961
				7551 (MSN 174-404) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Crash landed 9Sep53 taking off at Laredo AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 4Oct71. Departed 5Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 44
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 26Feb74 as 51-7551/0-17551. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7551/17551
				7552 (MSN 174-405) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 23Jun54 on the ground at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 321
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Dec69
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7552/0-17552. Lost in Laos 14Sep72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				7553 (MSN 174-406) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Crashed 17Jul54 due to engine failure and fire at Reese AFB, TX. The crew bailed out
				7554 (MSN 174-407) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 12
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7554/0-17554
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7554/17554
				7555 (MSN 174-408) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 17
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
					To Cambodia or Laos.
				7556 (MSN 174-409) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL  
					Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 2
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 1974 as 51-7555/0-17555
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7555/17555. WFU  
				7557 (MSN 174-410)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 20May53 during a formation flight. The student pilot lost control and the aircraft spun in 
					near Phoenix, Arizona, approximately 25 miles north of Williams AFB
				7558 (MSN 174-411) Designated GT-28A
					To the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Sold by DoD 23Aug78. SOC 27Sep78
					Registration N90198 application 19Oct78; current [Nov15]
				7559 (MSN 174-412) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 4Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7559/17559
				7560 (MSN 174-413) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 11
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7560/0-17560
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7560/17560. Stored at Villamor AB. For sale at Clark AB Sep02, 
					later noted dumped at Clark AB 2003.
				7561 (MSN 174-414) Written off 16Mar57
				7562 (MSN 174-415) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Mid air collision 29May53 with T-28A 51-3769 and  crashed at Mesa, Arizona, approximately 24 miles 
					N of Williams AFB. Pilots of both aircraft were killed.
				7563 (MSN 174-416) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 9Nov54 due to engine failure 2 miles E of Cave Creek, AZ. The crew bailed out
				7564 (MSN 174-417) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 16Mar59. Departed 9Jun61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 11Jul61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force as 503 Jul 11, 1961. 
				7565 (MSN 174-418) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL  
					Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 8
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7565/0-17565
				7566 (MSN 174-419) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crash landed 8Jun53 due to engine failure 4 miles SE of Rittenhouse Auxiliary Field, AZ
				7567 (MSN 174-420) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					To MASDC 25Jul60. Departed 18May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 87
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				7568 (MSN 174-421) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 26
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7568/0-17568. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7568/17568
				7569 (MSN 174-422) Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 2Feb72. Departed 14Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 45
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7569/0-17569. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7569/17569.
				7570 (MSN 174-423)  Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 10Jan53 with T-28 51-3692 during formation flying exercise 37 miles S of Garden City, TX
				7571 (MSN 174-424) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 12Jun53 at Webb AFB, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force in 1958 as 51-7571/17571
				7572 Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 19Apr54 due to engine failure 3 miles NW of Big Spring, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Written off 1May68
				7573 (MSN 174-426) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7574 (MSN 174-427) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 18May53 due to engine failure 2 miles W of Big Spring, TX
				7575 (MSN 174-428) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 6Aug54 due to engine failure during taxying at Webb AFB, TX
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58
				7576 (MSN 174-429) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 29Apr70
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 21
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1973 as 51-7576/0-17576
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3401, 1975
					Sold to user in Australia.  Registered VH-ZUC 2Nov94; current [Nov15] 
				7577 (MSN 174-430) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Damaged 18Jun53 when the aircraft hit a bird at Foster AFB, TX
					Crash landed 12Feb54 taking off at Foster AFB, TX
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 1
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 27Jun73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7577/0-17577
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7577/17577
				7578 (MSN 174-431)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58
				7579 (MSN 174-432) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 27Feb53 when the aircraft nosed over landing at Webb AFB, TX
				7580 (MSN 174-433)  To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 26Oct62
				7581 (MSN 174-434) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7581/17581. WFU 22Feb77
				7582 (MSN 174-435) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Accident 12Dec53 due to structural failure near Foster AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ 25Apr56
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA 9Jul57
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Dec57. SOC 21Aug58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Aug 21, 1958 as T28-928. Sold Dec88
					Registered N8156L Apr89; expired 30Jun12
					To US Veterans Museum in Granbury, TX. Museum relocated 2014 to Glen Rose, Texas but aircraft may have 
					remained abandoned at Granbury.
				7583 (MSN 174-436)  Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 15Jul55 landing at Webb AFB, TX
				7584 (MSN 174-437) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Forced landing 24Sep53 due to engine failure 15 miles NW of Lamesa, TX
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 53
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere in 1962 as 51-7584/0-17584. Combat damage 10Nov71
				7585 (MSN 174-438) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crashed 9Feb54 due to engine failure 14 miles SW of Merkel, TX. The crew bailed out
				7586 (MSN 174-439) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 18
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Dec73 as 51-7586/0-17586
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7586/17586. W/o 29Mar83
				7587 (MSN 174-440) Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 8Jul57\
				7588 (MSN 174-441) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 21Aug58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana  Aug 3, 1958 as T28-929. Sold Dec88
					Registered N128DR Sep 24, 1990; current [Nov15]
				7589 (MSN 174-442) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 17May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 85
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963 
				7590 (MSN 174-443) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 16Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7591 (MSN 174-444) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 33
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-18/05 Jul 1962.
				7592 (MSN 174-445) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Forced landing 10Nov53 due to engine failure 6 miles N of Victoria, TX
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 26
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-19/05 Jul 1962.
				7593 (MSN 174-446) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 29
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7593/17593
				7594 (MSN 174-447) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7595 (MSN 174-448) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 34
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-20/05 Jul 1962.
				7596 (MSN 174-449) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 28
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7596/0-17596. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
				7597 (MSN 174-450) Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
					Forced landing 5May55 due to engine failure 7 miles SE of Marana, AZ
					Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 30Jun60. Departed 24May65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 153
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Nov65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 51-7597/0-17597. Lost in Laos 13Apr69
				7598 (MSN 174-451) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 26Apr60. Departed 27May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 92
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				7599 (MSN 174-452) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 15
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-01/05 Jul 26, 1962 
				7600 (MSN 174-453) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7601 (MSN 174-454) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Dec59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7602 (MSN 174-455) Assigned to 3565th Pilot Training Group, James Connally AFB, TX
					Crashed 16Feb55 5 miles W of Dublin, CA
				7603 (MSN 174-456) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 30Nov59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7604 (MSN 174-457) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Accident 20Jul54 at Midland Auxiliary Field, TX
				7605 (MSN 174-458) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 23Feb55 landing at Williams AFB, TX
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 26Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force as 2824.  W/o in accident 16Apr73
				7606 (MSN 174-459) To MASDC. Departed 30Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 136
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb62 as 51-7606.
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Sep64 to Dec64. Callsign F-SDWC
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0629. BoS 5Oct86
					Registered N9103F 17Jun87; current [Nov15], flies as 3-A-332.  crashed when struck light pole and impacted
					terrain while on landing approach to Moorhead MAP, Minnesota Jul 2, 2017.  One killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				7607 (MSN 174-460) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 16
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-02/05 Jul 26, 1962
				7608 (MSN 174-461) To MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 110
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun61 as 51-7608
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0625
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67.  Converted to T-28P.  Code A-05; re-coded 3-A-205
					Crashed 12Nov75 into the sea from “Veinticinco de Mayo” carrier [this may be confused with accident to 0626]
				7609 (MSN 174-462) Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
					Forced landing 27Oct54 due to mechanical failure 7 miles S of Marana, AZ
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 1Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force Feb 1961 as 51-7609/17609
				7610 (MSN 174-463) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 19
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-03/05 Jul 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] Jan65 as 51-7610/0-17610
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Combat damage 4Jun65 when the aircraft was hit during the SAR for a US Navy pilot. The rocket pot caught fire. 
					The pilot bailed out and was picked up by an Air America helicopter.
				7611 (MSN 174-464) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Damaged 27Jun53 when the aircraft hit a bird 8 miles NW of Victoria, TX
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 17
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-04/05 Jul 26, 1962.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7611/0-17611. Wfu 1Jul74 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 51-7611/17611. Scrapped at Sangley Point
				7612 (MSN 174-465) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Mar60
					To Republic of China AF Mar 11, 1960 as 2805.
				7613 (MSN 174-466) To MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 145
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May62 as 51-7613
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0632
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67.  Converted to T-28P.  Code 3-A-212
					Used as a GIA at Escuela De Educación Técnica (E.E.T.) Nº 8 Jorge Newbery, Villa Luzuriaga, La Matanza, Buenos Aires. 
					Noted in ground running condition at ‘Exponewbery’ November 2011.
				7614 (MSN 174-467)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Dec59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7615 (MSN 174-468) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Dec59
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7615/17615 Dec 1959
				7616 (MSN 174-469) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 24
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL, 27May63
					Assigned to Det 4 AFRFERVN23, Air Force Reserve Far East Region, Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, Vietnam
					To 2nd Air Depot, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 14Jun64
					Believed temporary loan to Royal Lao Air Force 20May64. SOC 17Mar65
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-7616/0-17616. W/o 24Oct65 
				7617 (MSN 174-470) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 18
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-05/05 Jul 26, 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force Jan65 as 51-7617/0-17617. Lost in Laos 13Jul65 
				7618 (MSN 174-471) to MASDC. Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 128
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec61 as 51-7618
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Jul64 to Oct64. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14114 Apr69; 
					To Haiti AF in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14114.  Cancelled 27Jun12
				7619 (MSN 174-472) to MASDC. Departed 30Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7619/17619 Nov 1959
				7620 (MSN 174-473) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Accident 27Oct53 landing at Foster AFB, TX
					To MASDC. Departed 30Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7621 (MSN 174-474) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 32
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-21/05 Jul 26, 1962.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force  Jan65 as 51-7621/0-17621. W/o 25Mar65
				7622 (MSN 174-475) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 22
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL, 27May63
					To 2nd Air Depot, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam
					Believed temporary loan to Royal Lao Air Force 20May64. SOC 17Mar65
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  17Mar65 as 51-7622/0-17622. 
					Accident 9Sep69 at Nam Phong AFB whilst on a training flight with Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing, 
					Udorn RTAFB, Thailand.
				7623 (MSN 174-476) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 25Nov59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 125
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct61 as 51-7623
					Assigned to EALA 3/05. Callsign F-UJLN
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37 Dec62. Accident 7Sep63. SOC 19Feb65. Wreck noted at Villacoublay 18Aug65
				7624 (MSN 174-477) to MASDC.  Departed 25Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1959 as 51-7624/17624
				7625 (MSN 174-478) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 9Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7625/17625
					Preserved and display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AB, South Korea
				7626 (MSN 174-479) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 8Mar54 landing at Rittenhouse Auxiliary Field, AZ
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 20
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B,JF13-06/05 Jul 1962.
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 51-7626/0-17626. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
				7627 (MSN 174-480) to MASDC.  Departed 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7628 (MSN 174-471) to MASDC. Departed 9Jan61 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7629 (MSN 174-482) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 131
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan62 as 51-7629
					Assigned to ERALA 3/37 Mar63. W/o 15May63
				7630 (MSN 174-483) to MASDC.  Departed 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7631 (MSN 174-484) to MASDC.  Departed 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7632 (MSN 174-485) to MASDC.  Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 1
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Apr60 as 51-7632
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTA.  Assigned to EALA 3/04. Callsign F-SFVA
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Callsign F-SDOA
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-7632, callsign CNA-EP
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77 as 227. WFU 27Aug84
					Registered HR-226A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 29Jul78
					Registered HR-AKJ-P Jun85. Shipped Honduras to New Orleans Sep85
					Registered N632NA; current [Nov15]
				7633 (MSN 174-486) To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Dec58
				7634 (MSN 174-487) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 20Dec60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7634/17634 Dec 1960.
				7635 (MSN 174-488) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 23
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL, 27May63
					To 2nd Air Depot, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam
					Believed temporary loan to Royal Lao Air Force 20May64. SOC 17Mar65
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7635/0-17635. 
					Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand
					Crashed 7Dec67 near Savannakhet, Laos
				7636 (MSN 174-489) Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
					Crashed 16Jun55 6 miles NNE of Red Rock, AZ
				7637 (MSN 174-490) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 13
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force Dec73 as 51-7637/0-17637
				7638 (MSN 174-491) To MASDC. Reclaimed 26Oct62
				7639 (MSN 174-492) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 26Aug54 landing at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 6Dec60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7639/17639
					Preserved and on display at the National Cemetery, Daejeon, South Korea
				7640 (MSN 174-493) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 23Jun53 with T-28 51-7650 at Foster AFB, TX
					To MASDC.  Departed 23Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 137
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb62 as 51-7640
					Assigned to ERALA 3/37 Sep63
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0553
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-112; re-coded 1-A-263. W/o 4May77 
					Used as a GIA at Escuela De Educación Técnica (E.E.T.) Nº 8 Jorge Newbery, Villa Luzuriaga, La Matanza, Buenos Aires
				7641 (MSN 174-494) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Damaged 31Mar53 when the aircraft hit a bird 2 miles SSW of Ragsdale Ranch Airport, Vienna, TX
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 1Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7641/17641
					Preserved and on display at Seosan/Haemi Air Force Base, Seosan, South Korea 
				7642 (MSN 174-495) to MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7643 (MSN 174-496) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 1Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7643/17643
					Preserved and on display at the Cheoruisamgak War Memorial Hall, Goseokjeong, South Korea.
				7644 (MSN 174-497) to MASDC.  Departed 5Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7645 (MSN 174-498) to MASDC.  Departed 30Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 107
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May61 as 51-7645
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0574
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-107; re-coded 1-A-256. Forced landing 13Feb69; wfu 
				7646 (MSN 174-499) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 20Dec60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7646/17646
					Preserved and on display at Sacheon AB, South Korea
				7647 (MSN 174-500) Written off 8Jul57
				7648 (MSN 174-501) to MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7649 (MSN 174-502) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Accident 15Jul53 due to mechanical failure at Foster AFB, TX
					To MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 as assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 139
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar62 as 51-7649
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0631
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67.  Converted to T-28P.  Code 3-A-211. Crashed 25May73. W/o 7Aug76
				7650 (MSN 174-503) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 23Jun53 with T-28 51-7640 at Foster AFB, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 21
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-07/05 Jul 26, 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7650/0-17650. W/o 15Sep65 
				7651 (MSN 174-504) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Accident 6May53 due to structural failure at Foster AFB, TX
					Forced landing 16Jul53 due to engine failure at Foster AFB Auxiliary Field #1, TX
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 9May60. Departed 16May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 81
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Oct 17, 1963.
				7652 (MSN 174-505) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 11Jun54 landing at Reese AFB, TX
					To MASDC. Departed 25Nov59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7653 (MSN 174-506) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Crash landed 1Oct53 during takeoff at Reese AFB, TX
					Crash landed 25Mar54 due to mechanical failure at Reese AFB, TX
					To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7654 (MSN 174-507) To MASDC . Reclaimed 1Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 146
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May62 as 51-7654
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0622
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Nov67.  Converted to T-28P.  Code A-02, re-coded 3-A-202
				7655 (MSN 174-508) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 30Aug54 landing at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
					Accident 19Nov54 taking off at Reese AFB, TX
					To MASDC. Departed 16Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 141
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun62 as 51-7655
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0575
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-125; re-coded 4-G-57; re-coded 1-A-274
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 406
					Registered N141BS; cancelled 23Oct12 on export to South Africa.  Registered ZU-FWH
				7656 (MSN 174-509)  To MASDC.  Departed 14Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7657 (MSN 174-510) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 6Dec60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7657/17657
					Preserved and on display at Hoengsong AB, Wonju, South Korea
				7658 (MSN 174-511) to MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7659 (MSN 174-512) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Forced landing 14Aug53 due to engine failure near Reese AFB, TX
					To MASDC.  Departed 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7660 (MSN 174-513) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 127
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct61 as 51-7660
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0620
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Nov67. Code EAN-122, re-coded 1-A-271
					Converted to T-28P prototype code A-01. Crash landing 28May73; repaired
				7661 (MSN 174-514)  To MASDC.  Departed 11Dec59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
				7662 (MSN 174-515) To MASDC. SOC 22Apr60
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.   Converted to T-28D, line number 35
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jun62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-22/05 Jul 26, 1962.
				7663 (MSN 174-516) To MASDC.  Departed 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7664 (MSN 174-517) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Damaged 25Nov53 when the aircraft hit a bird at Reese AFB, TX
					To MASDC.  To reclamation 3Nov58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 140
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar62 as 51-7664. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67
					Registered N14115; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force Apr 7, 1970.
				7665 (MSN 174-518) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 25
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL, 27May63
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-7665/0-17665. W/o 4Sep65 
				7666 (MSN 174-519) to MASDC.  To reclamation 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 133
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb62 as 51-7666
					Assigned to ERALA 4/37. Accident 11Nov64. SOC Jan65
				7667 (MSN 174-520) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 29
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-23/05 Jul 26, 1962
				7668 (MSN 174-521) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Crashed 1Dec53 11 miles W of Lubbock, TX
					[Data plate of 51-7668 used on 51-3590 to facilitate registration as C-FXRD]
				7669 (MSN 174-522) to MASDC.  To reclamation 1Dec58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 2
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May60 as 51-7669
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTB
					Assigned to EALA 3/04. Callsign F-SFVB
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Jul64 to Dec64. Callsign F-SDWN
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-7669, callsign CNA-EA
					Registered N9860A Jan 1984; cancelled 29Jul13
				7670 (MSN 174-523) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 30Aug54 when the aircraft landed long at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7670/17670. WFU 22Feb77
				7671 (MSN 174-524) to MASDC.  To reclamation 1Sep58
				7672 (MSN 174-525) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58
					Reported to Khmer Air Force Apr74 but unlikely [not listed in MAP/MEDTC reports]. Believed an error for 51-7872
				7673 (MSN 174-526) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 6Dec53 due to structural failure at Reese AFB, TX
					To MASDC.  To reclamation 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 143
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May62 as 51-7673. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14116; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force Apr 7, 1970
				7674 (MSN 174-527)  Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 9Jul53 due to engine failure 15 miles SW of Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Jun6o
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7675 (MSN 174-528) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Crash landed 24Jan55 due to mechanical failure at Greenville AFB, MS
					Written off 3Mar56
				7676 (MSN 174-529) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 14Sep54 landing at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 1Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7676/17676
				7677 (MSN 174-530) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 27
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-24/05 Jul 26, 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7677/0-17677. Destroyed 20Aug73 at Vientiane, Wattay airfield during 
					Brigadier General Thao Ma’s attempted coup 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				7678 (MSN 174-531) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 5Jun53 landing at Reese AFB, TX
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 28
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-25/05 Jul 26 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force  Jan65 as 51-7678/0-17678 
					To Royal Thai Air Force
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7678/0-17678 sometime between 1970-1972. 
					Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
					Survived a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71. Combat damage 13Jul72
				7679 (MSN 174-532) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Crashed 29May53 11 miles W of Lubbock, TX
				7680 (MSN 174-533) to AMARC.  Departed 30Jan59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 11
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun60 as 51-7680
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTJ, later as F-SFTF
					Assigned to ERALA 1/36. Callsign F-SCLB [Sep63]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0576
					Assigned to Punta Indio Sep66 as EA-111; re-coded 1-A-260. W/o 10Feb71
					Crash near the B.A.N. Indio the PTA 
				7681 (MSN 174-534) to MASDC. SOC 2Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as FAM 927
					Registered N1628T 20Oct00; current [Nov15]
				7682 (MSN 174-535) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 5Jun53 due to structural failure at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10May60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force as 2806
				7683 (MSN 174-536) Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 1May60. Departed 25May63
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 90
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 17Nov63
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Nov 17, 1963.
				7684 (MSN 174-537) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 13Sep55 due to engine failure landing at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Jun60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7685 (MSN 174-538) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 4Jun54 due to ground collision during taxying at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 26May60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7686 (MSN 174-539) to MASDC. SOC 10Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7687 (MSN 174-540) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Jun60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7688 (MSN 174-541) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 10Jun53 due to engine failure near 2 miles SE of Chatham, MS
					To MASDC.  Departed 30Jan59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 5
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May60 as 51-7688
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTE
					Assigned to ERALA 1/36. Accident 13Mar63 at Broye-les-Loups. SOC Jan65
				7689 (MSN 174-542) W/o Mar 3, 1959 with USAF. 
				7690 (MSN 174-543)Written off 27Mar57
				7691 (MSN 174-544) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
					BoS from USAF 25May59.  Registered N3313G; current [Nov15]
				7692 (MSN 174-545) Delivered to USAF Mar53
					To MASDC.  SOC Dec59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 142
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar62 as 51-7692.
						Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Jun64. Callsign F-SDWG. 
					Crashlanded 5Dec64 at Buellas, 3 km from Bourg-en-Bresse, France. SOC Apr65
					Displayed on a roof top at Villeneuve, France
					Registered F-AZFV 4Jan89; cancelled 20Apr99
					Forced landed 7Sep91 after a mid air collision with T-28 N128PS [BuNo 146270] at St. Rambert d'Albon, France
					Registered G-TROY 21Apr99; current [Nov15]. Operated by Group Fennec, Biggin Hill, Kent, UK.
					Now with the Old Flying Machine Company at Duxford, UK as G-TROY.
				7693 (MSN 174-546) to MASDC. SOC 5Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7694 (MSN 174-547) to MASDC. SOC 5Sep58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7695 (MSN 174-548) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
					BoS from USAF 24Apr59
					Registered N8089H; cancelled 22Dec86 on export to Canada
					Registration N8089H application 9Jan87; cancelled 5Sep89
					Registered N8089H again 1Mar00; current [Nov15]
				7696 (MSN 174-549) Registered N8097H; reregistered
					Registered N8079H 7Jul64; cancelled 1Feb71
					Returned to USAF as 51-7696, 1968
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 310 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jan70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Aug 1971 as 51-7696/0-17696. W/o 29May74 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				7697 (MSN 174-550) Assigned to 2242nd Air Force Reserve Flying Training Center [AFRFTC], Selfridge AFB, MI
					Accident 9Jun54 taxying at Lambert Field, St Louis, MO
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 25Aug58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7698 (MSN 1784-551)  Assigned to 26th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 89th Fighter Bomber Wing, LG Hanscom Field, MA
					Assigned to 2234th Air Force Reserve Training Center [AFRTC], Mitchel AFB, NY
					Damaged 16Aug53 due to explosion 20 miles SW of LG Hanscom Field, MA
					Accident 5Nov53 taxying at Mitchel AFB, NY
					To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 25May59
					Registered N3314G 30Sep59; reregistered
					To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ 
					Converted to T-28R-2, line number 2
					Registered N3314G 30Mar62 as a Hamilton T-28R-2, c/n 2; cancelled 6May78
					Crashed 6May78 near Huntsville, AL when the left wing and left horizontal stabilizer separated whilst 
					performing unapproved aerobatics which exceeded the designed stress limits of the aircraft; 2 killed.
				7699 (MSN 174-552 To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Nov58. 
				7700 (MSN 174-553) Assigned to Air National Guard
					Assigned to Air Force Reserves
					To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Aug58.
					Converted to NA-260 Nomad.  Registered N8088H; reregistered
					Grand Champion Warbird at Oshkosh in 1974. 
					Registered N100JE; expired 30Sep13, cancelled 4May15
					Registered to Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Kalamazoo, MI, 29Jan85
					Preserved and on display at the Air Zoo. Painted in US Navy ‘Blue Angels 1’ color scheme
				7701 (MSN 174-554) Assigned to 2469th Air Force Reserve Flying Training Center [AFRFTC], Scott AFB, IL
					Accident 2Sep54 due to structural failure 18 miles W of Kirtland AFB, NM
					To MASDC. SOC 2Feb59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican AF Feb 20, 1959 as T28-947, WFU.
				7702 (MSN 174-555) Assigned to 8711th Pilot Training Group, Scott AFB, IL
					Crashed 14Aug54 2 miles S of Lebanon, IL
				7703 (MSN 174-556) Assigned to 3707th Pilot Training Group, Brooks AFB, TX
					Accident 6Apr55 due to mechanical failure landing at Brooks AFB, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7703/17703. WFU 22Feb77
				7704 (MSN 174-557) Assigned to 3707th Pilot Training Group, Brooks AFB, TX
					Accident 6Jan54 on the ground at Houston Municipal Airport, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7704/17704
				7705 (MSN 174-558) to MASDC. SOC 28Aug58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7706 (MSN 174-559) Assigned to 8708th Pilot Training Group, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX
					Crashed 12Jul54 due to structural failure at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX
					Written off 4Sep56
				7707 (MSN 174-560) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7707/17707
				7708 (MSN 174-561) Delivered to USAF 25Mar53
					Assigned to 2577th Air Reserve Flying Training Center, Brooks AFB, TX Mar 25, 1953
					Assigned to 2589th Air Reserve Combat Training Center, Dobbins AFB, GA Sep 1955.
					Assigned Oct 1956 to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois 
					Air National Guard, Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
					To MASDC. SOC Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana  Sep 3, 1958 as T28-954.
					Registration N851JG assigned 26Jan12 to a North American/T-28A Restorations T-27-A [sic], c/n 51-7708X; reregistered
					Registered N851JG 21Feb12 as a T-28A Restorations LLC T-28A, c/n 51-7708X; current [Nov15]
 				7709 (MSN 174-562) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958  as 51-7709/17709. WFU 22Feb77
				7710 (MSN 174-563) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
					BoS from USAF 15May59.  Registered N3312G 13Jul59; cancelled 6Nov63
					Crashed 29Nov61 due to structural failure at Pine Flat, CA
				7711 (MSN 174-564)  Assigned to 8708th Pilot Training Group, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX
					Mid air collision 11Sep54 4 miles WNW of Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX
				7712 (MSN 174-565) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7712/17712. WFU 22Feb77
				7713 (MSN 174-566) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 11Nov53 due to engine failure 10 miles WNW of Lake Village, AR
					To MASDC. SOC 30Oct59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7714 (MSN 174-567) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force Mar 1960 as 2806
				7715 (MSN 174-568) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 30 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as 13-26/05 Jul 1962
				7716 (MSN 174-569) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 12Jul54 1 mile E of Vance AFB, OK
					Written off 18Jun57
				7717 (MSN 174-570) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10May60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force
				7718 (MSN 174-571) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Crashed 17Jul53 due to structural failure 7 miles W of Greenville, MS
				7719 (MSN 174-572) To MASDC. SOC 30Oct59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 3
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May60 as 51-7719
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTC. Written off 21Jan61 in Algeria
				7720 (MSN 174-573) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 12Oct53 due to a collision with T-28 51-7749 during taxying at Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 13Aug54 on the ground at Vance AFB, OK
					To MASDC. SOC 14Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina
				7721 (MSN 174-574) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 9Dec53 on the ground at James Connally AFB, TX
					To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7722 (MSN 174-575) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Crashed 6Jan54 when the aircraft landed short at Vance AFB, OK
					Written off 20Jan59
				7723 (MSN 174-576) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 15Oct61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Saudi Air Force Oct 15,  1961 as 7723
					To GIA at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah. Noted derelict at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah 7Jul85	
				7724 (MSN 174-577) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 31
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-27/05 Jul 1962.
				7725 (MSN 174-578) to MASDC. SOC 10Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7726 (MSN 174-579) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Jun60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7727 (MSN 174-580) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force 
				7728 (MSN 174-581) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 5Apr60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7729 (MSN 174-582) To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 10
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7729/0-17729
				7730 (MSN 174-583) to MASDC. SOC 30Jan59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 4
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May60 as 51-7730
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTD.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36
					Escadrille de Réserve d'Aviation Légère et d'Appui 00/039 [ERALA 00/039], Lyon-Bron, France Mar64 to Apr64. Callsign F-SDWA
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-7730, callsign CNA-ER
					Registered N9857A in 1979; cancelled 21Mar13
				7731 (MSN 174-584) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force as 2809 Mar 1960
				7732 (MSN 174-585) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Dec58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 130
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec61 as 51-7732. SOC 17Dec67
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Dec67 as 0621
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67, code EAN-121; re-coded 1-A-270
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 407. W/o 7Dec87
				7733 (MSN 174-586) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 30Aug60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force Aug 1960
				7734 (MSN 174-587) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 26Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China AF Oct 1960 as 2825
				7735 (MSN 174-588) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 37
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force 26Jul62 as B.JF13-28/05 
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7735/0-17735
					Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71. 
				7736 (MSN 174-589) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Crash landed 27Aug54 due to mechanical failure near Vance AFB, OK
				7737 (MSN 174-590) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 5Apr60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7738 (MSN 174-591) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
					To Republic of China Air Force as 2819 Mar 1960.
				7739 (MSN 174-592) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Crash landed 19Oct54 due to engine failure 2 miles NW of Garden City, TX
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 39
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-29/05 Jul 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 51-7739/0-17739. W/o 29Apr71 
				7740 (MSN 174-593) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 5May54 when the aircraft caught fire during taxying at Vance AFB, OK
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58
				7741 (MSN 174-594) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 40
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-30/05 Jul 1962
					Loaned to Royal Lao Air Force  1964 as 51-7741/7741, later as 0-17741. Crashed 20May65 near Udorn, Thailand but repaired.
					To Royal Thai Air Force by Apr72. To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 51-7741/0-17741. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Royal Thai Air Force.  Noted at Tango Squadron, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand by Mar96
				7742 (MSN 174-595) To MASDC.  Departed 30Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 134
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jan62 as 51-7742
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0577
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code 4-G-55; re-coded 1-A-253. Accident 8Sep77
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 408
				7743 (MSN 174-596) to MASDC. SOC 25Nov59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7744 (MSN 174-597) to MASDC. SOC 30Oct59
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7745 (MSN 174-598) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
					Crash landed 20Jul55 due to engine failure near Bainbridge AFB, GA
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 30Aug60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force Aug 1960.
				7746 (MSN 174-599) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 5Feb54 due to mechanical failure 17 miles NNE of Lexington, MS
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 41
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-31/05 Jul 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force Aug 1971 as 51-7746/0-17746 . W/o 24Jun74
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.
					Tailfin noted summer 2003 in Musee de l'Armee Populaire, Vientiane, Laos 
				7747 (MSN 174-600) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 7
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air May60 as 51-7747
					Assigned to EALA 3/09. Callsign F-SFTG.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Sep65 as 51-7747
				7748 (MSN 174-601) to MASDC. SOC 25Nov59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7749 (MSN 174-602) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Accident 12Oct53 due to a collision with T-28 51-7720 during taxying at Vance AFB, OK
					To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Dec58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 135
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb62 as 51-7749. WFU Apr66
					To GIA at the Air Force Apprentice School / L’Ecole des Apprentis, Saintes (BA.722), France. Noted 5May73
					Registered F-AZHR 20Mar92; current [Nov15]
				7750 (MSN 174-603)  Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Mid air collision 20Aug53 with T-28 51-7770 2 miles SW of Greenville AFB, MS
					Crashed 15Jun54 9 miles W of Greenville AFB, MS
				7751 (MSN 174-604) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Damaged 16Jun53 when the aircraft hit a bird 2 miles E of Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 15Mar54 due to engine failure 7 miles NNW of Indianola, MS
					To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7752 (MSN 174-605) to MASDC. SOC 25Nov59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7753 (MSN 174-606) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Crash landed 16Aug54 due to mechanical failure at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D, line number 36
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-32/05 Jul 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 51-7753/0-17753 . WFU 1Jul74
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7753/17753
				7754 (MSN 174-607) Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
					To MASDC 23Feb59. Departed 12Apr61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force as 504 May 3, 1961.
				7755 (MSN 174-608) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force
				7756 (MSN 174-609) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					To MASDC 5Feb60. Departed 8Mar61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force as 505 May 3, 1961.
					Possibly to Cuba and displayed in Havana as 121 by 1996 [refer also to 52-1190]
				7757 (MSN 174-610) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 30Aug60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force Aug 1960.
				7758 (MSN 174-611) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					Converted to T-28D, line number 44
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-33/05 Jul 1962. 
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 51-7758/0-17758 
				7759 (MSN 174-612) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Mar60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force
				7760 (MSN 174-613) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Damaged 10Jun53 when the aircraft hit a bird 2 miles NW of Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7760/17760. 
					Preserved Fernando AFB [last noted 1998].
				7761 (MSN 174-614) to MASDC. SOC 3Oct59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 129
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Dec61 as 51-7761. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Rotterdam to New Orleans Dec67
					Registered N14117 12Mar68; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force Apr 7, 1970.
				7762 (MSN 174-615) Written off 23Jan58
				7763 (MSN 174-616) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 13Dec53 due to structural failure near Greenville, MS
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 38
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-34/05 Jul 1962.   
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1965 as 51-7763/0-17763. 
					W/o Dec71; probably one of two T-28s shot down on 18 and 19 December 71 during the battle for Long Tieng.
				7764 (MSN 174-617) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 26Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force
				7765 (MSN 174-618) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 2Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7765/17765
				7766 (MSN 174-619) to MASDC. SOC 25Nov59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7767 (MSN 174-620) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force Mar 1906  as 2823
					Preserved and on display at the RoCAF Museum, Kangshan AB, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan.
				7768 (MSN 174-621)  Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Written off 19Jul56
				7769 (MSN 174-622) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 8Jun53 when the aircraft caught fire on the ground at Greenville AFB, MS
					To MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force 
				7770 (MSN 174-623) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Mid air collision 20Aug53 with T-28 51-7750 2 miles SW of Greenville AFB, MS
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 42
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-35/05 Jul 26, 1962
				7771 (MSN 174-624) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 19Aug53 due to engine failure 6 miles S of Greenville, MS
					To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7772 (MSN 174-625) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 21Sep54 due to mechanical failure during takeoff at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 5Apr60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7773 (MSN 174-626) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 4Jun54 in a ground collision during taxying at Greenville AFB, MS
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 43
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-36/05 Jul 1962. 
					To Royal Lao Air Force Aug 1971 as 51-7773/0-17773. WFU 1Jul74
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7773/17773
				7774 (MSN 174-627) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 47
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-37/05 Jul 1962
					To Royal Lao Air Force Oct 1965 as 51-7774/0-17774 
					Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
				7775 (MSN 174-628) to MASDC. SOC 11Mar60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of China Air Force
				7776 (MSN 174-629) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Crashed 28Jul53 when the aircraft stalled and spun in 5 miles SE of Wayside, MS. The crew bailed out
				7777 (MSN 174-630) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 46
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-38/05 Jul 1962.
					To Royal Lao Air Force  1965 as 51-7777/0-17777. Damaged 12Nov65; repaired. W/o 21 or 23Sep71
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				7778 (MSN 174-631) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Damaged 29Sep53 when the aircraft hit a bird 1 mile N of Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 7May54 landing at Greenville AFB, MS
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. SOC 29Apr62
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 59
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 8Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7778/0-17778. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71. Lost 3May72
				7779 (MSN 174-632) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 45
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-39/05 Jul 1962.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1965 as 51-7779/0-17779. Damaged 28Feb67; repaired 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Crashed 12 or 16Sep71 when the pilot experienced control difficulties whilst returning from a mission and ejected.
				7780 (MSN 174-633) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7780/17780
				7781 (MSN 174-634) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 122
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep61 as 51-7781. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jan68
					Registered N14118 12Mar68; cancelled 7Apr70 on export to Taiwan
					To Republic of China Air Force
				7782 (MSN 174-635) to MASDC.  To reclamation 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 113
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun61 as 51-7782
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0578
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Sep66, code EAN-126; re-coded 4-G-61; re-coded 1-A-275. Accident 8Sep77 BoS 6Jan83
					Registered N993CA; cancelled 21Oct91
					Crashed 8Jun91 due to engine failure near Hollister, CA enroute Santa Monica, CA to Yolo County Airport, CA. 
					During the flight the pilot reported encountering a rough running engine. Although the engine continued to 
					operate, the pilot believed his best course of action was to bail out. The bail out was successful and 
					the airplane crashed and burned into the underlying hilly terrain.
				7783 (MSN 174-636) to MASDC. SOC 3Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7784 (MSN 174-637) w/o Jan 28, 1957 with USAF.
				7785 (MSN 174-638) Assigned to 8711th Pilot Training Group, Scott AFB, IL
					Crash landed 10Oct54 due to mechanical failure 1 miles NE of Cedar Hill, MO
				7786 (MSN 174-639) Assigned to 2469th Air Force Reserve Flying Training Center [AFRFTC], Scott AFB, IL
					Forced landing 15Jun54 due to engine failure 2 miles E of Mascoutah, IL
					Written off 10Mar57.
				7787 (MSN 174-640) Written off 24Feb58
				7788 (MSN 174-641) to MASDC. SOC 4Mar59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Mar 4, 1959.
				7789 (MSN 174-642) Assigned to 3707th Pilot Training Group, Brooks AFB, TX
					Damaged 21Mar54 when the aircraft hit a bird 3 miles E of Three Rivers, TX
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  BoS from USAF 25May59
					Registered N3320G 18Nov59; revoked 31Oct75.  Registered N28EG 6Mar76; reregistered
					Registered N28RE 4Nov92; current [Nov15]
				7790 (MSN 174-643) Assigned to Birmingham AFB, AL, Air Materiel Command. Reclaimed 22Feb57
				7791 (MSN 174-644) to MASDC. SOC 3Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7792 (MSN 174-645) To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Aug58.  BoS from USAF 5May59
					Registered N8166H 29Dec59; cancelled 25May75
					Registered N96329 10Apr78; reregistered
					Registered N28GW 29Sep89; current
					Damaged 30Jul95 when the pilot was unable to extend the landing gear for landing at Oshkosh, WI. A bolt 
					was found jammed between the firewall and the landing gear actuating handle.
				7793 (MSN 174-646) Assigned to 3707th Pilot Training Group, Brooks AFB, TX
					Accident 25Nov54 landing at Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX
					Registered N9635C; cancelled 2Mar71
					Returned to USAF as 51-7793, 1968
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 308 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Jan70
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 1973 as 51-7793/0-17793. W/o 17Mar74 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				7794 (MSN 174-647) Assigned to 3707th Pilot Training Group, Brooks AFB, TX
					Crashed 13Sep53 during takeoff from Brooks AFB, TX
					To MASDC. SOC 3Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7795 (MSN 174-648) Assigned to 2589th Air Reserve Combat Training Center, Dobbins AFB, GA
					Crashed 27Sep53 and exploded 3 miles E of Fayetteville, GA
				7796 (MSN 174-649) to MASDC. SOC 20Feb59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7797 (MSN 174-650) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7797/17797. WFU 26Oct70
				7798 (MSN 174-651) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 117
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul61 as 51-7798
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0579
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Jul66, code 4-G-51; re-coded 1-A-277
				7799 (MSN 174-652) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 26
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-7799
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Callsign F-UJMB
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0580
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Jul66, code 4-G-60, later as 3-A-226. BoS 5Oct86
					Registered N91020 17Jun87; not converted, scrapped 1992, cancelled 7Jun10
				7800 (MSN 174-653) To MASDC. Departed 9Apr65
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 138 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 26Jun71
					Written off 26Jun71 
				7801 (MSN 174-654) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58
					Registered N3201G; cancelled 28Jul67
					Returned to USAF as 51-7801, 1Nov67
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 255 
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Mar68
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Aug 1971 as 51-7801/0-17801 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7801/0-17801. WFU Nov81
				7802 (MSN 174-655) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58
				7803 (MSN 174-656) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 27Apr59
					Registered N3317G; reregistered.  Registered N8087H 26Jun59; revoked 17Dec70
					Registered N8087H 11Aug71; cancelled 13May13.  Registered N8087H 12Sep13; current
				7804 (MSN 174-657) Assigned to 26th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 89th Fighter Bomber Wing, LG Hanscom Field, MA
					Accident 21Aug54 landing at LG Hanscom Field, Bedford, MA
					To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Aug58. BoS from USAF 25May59
					Registered N3316G; cancelled 22Oct62 on export to Iran
				7805 (MSN 174-658)  To MASDC. SOC 2Sep58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7806 (MSN 174-659) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Mid air collision 7Dec53 with T-28 51-7814 10 miles S of Greenville AFB, MS
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 48
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jul62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-40/05 Jul 1962.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1965 as 51-7806/0-17806. W/o 19May65 
				7807 (MSN 174-660) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 11Aug54 landing at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 49
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere in 1971 as 51-7807/0-17807. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
					Stolen from Pochentong AB Mar 17, 1973. Captain So Photra was a suspended pilot; he stole a T-28 and 
					dive-bombed the Presidential Palace. He managed to elude the attention of a mechanic who 
					just finished checking a T-28 ready for a mission. Two T-28s were sent to intercept So Potra but it 
					was too late. A total of 43 people were killed and another 35 injured in the bombing, after which
 					the pilot flew to Hainan Island in the South China Sea. President Lon Nol was not present during the attack.
				7808 (MSN 174-661) To MASDC. SOC 25Nov59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7809 (MSN 174-662) to MASDC. Reclaimed 1Sep58
				7810 (MSN 174-663) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Damaged 12Sep53 when the aircraft hit a bird 5 miles S of Scott AFB, IL
					To MASDC. SOC 25Nov59.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
				7811 (MSN 174-664) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Jun65
					Transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				7812 (MSN 174-665) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Crash landed 20Aug55 due to engine failure 5 miles NE of Greenville, MS
					To MASDC.  Departed 26Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 19
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul60 as 51-7812
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 May63
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Sep66 as 0581
					To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct79 as 409
					Registered N90534; cancelled
					Registered C-GBKT with Delta Warbird Aviation, Delta, BC 21Jun01; cancelled 7May07
					Registered N379DM 15May07; current [Nov15]
				7813 (MSN 174-666) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 4Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force Feb 1961 as 51-7813/17813
					Preserved at Republic of Korea Air Force Museum, Seongmu, South Korea, marked as 901
				7814 (MSN 174-667) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Mid air collision 7Dec53 with T-28 51-7806 10 miles S of Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 13Jan54 during taxying at Greenville AFB, MS
					Crashed 21Apr55 2 miles WSW of Arkansas City, AR
				7815 (MSN 174-668) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 50
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7815/0-17815
					Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71. 
				7816 (MSN 174-669) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 2Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force Feb 1961 as 51-7816/17816
					Preserved at the Republic of Korea Air Force Technical High School, Jinju.
				7817 (MSN 174-670) to MASDC.  Departed 26Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 17
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jul60 as 51-7817
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36. Callsign F-SCLF
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 26Jun66 as 0582
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Jul66, code EAN-113; re-coded 3-A-333
					Assigned to Naval Aviation Mechanics School in 1979
					To Museo de la Aviación Naval Argentina, Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires in 1988
				7818 (MSN 174-671) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 9Mar60. Departed 3May61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force May 3, 1961 as 506. WFU and stored at Debre Zeyit
					Shipped to South Africa Apr96. Later stored at Lanseria.
				7819 (MSN 174-672) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 53
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7819/0-17819. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71.  
					Shrapnel damage repaired Jun 1973.  Dropped from inventory Nov73
				7820 (MSN 174-673) To MASDC. Reclaimed 1Dec58.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 138
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Feb62 as 51-7820
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 17Oct67 as 0630
					Assigned to Punta Indio, Buenos Aires Dec67
					Crashed 20Apr71 near the Comandante Espora Naval Aviation Air Base, Bahía Blanca
					Converted to T-28P.  Code A-10; re-coded 3-A-210
				7821 (MSN 174-674) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 24Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force Feb 1961 as 51-7821/17821
					Preserved at the Republic of Korea Air Force Technical High School, Jinju.
				7822 (MSN 174-675) Written off 3Jul57
				7823 (MSN 174-676) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
					To MASDC 30Jun60. SOC 17Mar62
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 51
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. 
					SOC 7Aug62 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7823/0-17823. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
					Survived a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71. Combat damage 2Jul72
				7824 (MSN 174-677) Mid air collision 9Mar54 with T-28 51-3726 4 miles SE of Garden City, TX
					Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7824/0-17824
				7825 (MSN 174-678) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 54
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7825/0-17825. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71. Combat damage 27Mar72
				7826 (MSN 174-679) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Accident 1Feb54 when the aircraft landed long at Greenville Municipal Airport, MS
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 2Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7826/17826
					Preserved and on display at the Hodam Air And Space Center, Muan, South Korea
				7827 (MSN 174-680) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 16Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7827/17827
					Preserved and on display at the War Memorial of Korea, Seoul
				7828 (MSN 174-681) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 60
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 8Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7828/0-17828. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
					Damaged by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71. 
					Written off May73 in a forced landing in a rice paddy south of Pochentong AB
				7829 (MSN 174-682) w/o Oct 22, 1957 with USAF
				7830 (MSN 174-683) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS
					Forced landing 15Sep53 due to engine failure 9 mile NE of Benoit, MS
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 16Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force Feb 1961 as 51-7830/17830
					Preserved and on display at the War Memorial Museum, Seoul, South Korea
				7831 (MSN 174-684) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 55
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere Apr 1973 as 51-7831/0-17831. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
				7832 (MSN 174-685) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7832/0-17832
				7833 (MSN 174-686) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 56
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7833/0-17833. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
					Damaged by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Pochentong, Cambodia, 21/22Jan71. 
					Crash landed May73 at Pochentong AB; repaired 
				7834 (MSN 174-687) to MASDC. Departed 26Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 25
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Sep60 as 51-7834
					Assigned to EALA 3/10. Callsign F-UJMA.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jun66 as 0583. BoS 6Jan83
					Registered N994CA; sale reported 4Mar96, cancelled 1Apr13
				7835 (MSN 174-688) to MASDC. Departed 26Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 24
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Aug60 as 51-7835
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]. SOC 12Oct67
					Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
					Registered N14145 as a Nomad NA-260, 12Mar68; cancelled 14Jun12
					Substantially damaged 28Aug80 following engine failure and crash landed into trees on a golf course near Dedham, MA. 
					Ditched 16Apr81following engine failure, severe vibration and smoke in the cockpit near Portland, ME. Not salvaged.
				7836 (MSN 174-689) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960 as E-641
				7837 (MSN 174-690)  Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 58
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 8Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7837/0-17837. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71. Combat damage 12Nov71
				7838 (MSN 174-691) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
					To MASDC 14Mar60. Departed 15Apr61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force May 3, 1961 as 507. WFU and stored at Debre Zeyit
					Shipped to South Africa Apr96. Later stored at Lanseria.
				7839 (MSN 174-692) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 57
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 9Aug62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 51-7839/0-17839. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
					At Thai-Am, Don Mueang, Bangkok Apr75; declared uneconomical to repair .
				7840 (MSN 174-693) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Crashed 14Sep54 when the aircraft stalled and spun in 2 miles S of Abernathy, TX\
				7841 (MSN 174-694) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D, line number 61
					Written off 14Jul64
				7842 (MSN 174-695) Assigned to 3560th Pilot Training Group, Webb AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 9Mar54 with T-28 51-3726 4 miles SE of Garden City, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7843 (MSN 174-696) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 10Oct60
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7844 (MSN 174-697) To MASDC.  Reclaimed 1Sep58 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 8
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Jun60 as 51-7844
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 1/36.  Assigned to ERALA 4/37 [Apr63]
					To Royal Moroccan Air Force / Force Aérienne Royale Marocaine Aug65 as 51-7844, callsign CNA-EB
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 15Oct77 as 228. W/o 10Nov78
					Registered HR-227A for ferry flight Morocco to Honduras. Departed Rabat 29Jul78.  W/o Nov 10, 1978.
				7845 (MSN 174-698) to MASDC. Departed 26Oct59 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
					Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 21
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air JuL60 as 51-7845
					Assigned to EALA 3/09.  Assigned to ERALA 3/37 [1963]
					To Argentine Naval Aviation / Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina Jul66 as 0584; code 3-A-224. W/o 30Nov70
					Used in a children’s playground, then noted in poor condition at Puerto San Julián, Patagonia, Santa Cruz 
					Province, Argentina. 
				7846 (MSN 174-699) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Accident 26Aug53 in a ground collision during taxying at Reese AFB, TX
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 15May70
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 3
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 27Jun73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-7846/0-17846
					Damaged 9Sep74 at Base 111 when a napalm bomb accidentally exploded while being loaded. Aircraft 
					considered to be beyond economical repair
				7847 (MSN 174-700) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
					Crashed 3Jun54 5 miles NE of Abernathy, TX
				7848 (MSN 174-701) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7848/0-17848. WFU 22Feb77
				7849 (MSN 174-702) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 64
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 6Jun66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Possibly to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
				7850 (MSN 174-703) Assigned to San Francisco, CA. SOC 15Nov58
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force Nov 1958 as 51-7850/0-17850.
				7851 (MSN 174-704) Assigned to 3580th Pilot Training Group, Foster AFB, TX
					Accident 2Mar54 due to structural failure 15 miles NNE of Victoria, TX
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D, line number 62
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Apr66
					Transferred to US Navy for conversion to T-28B
				7852 (MSN 174-705) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Group, Laredo AFB, TX
					Accident 11Mar55 due to engine failure during takeoff 6 miles S of Laredo AFB, TX
				7853 (MSN 174-706) To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7854 (MSN 174-707) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 31Jan61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7854/17854
					Preserved and on display at the Historic Park of Geoje Prisoner of War Camp, Geoje, South Korea
				7855 (MSN 174-708) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 65
					Assigned to 34th Tactical Group, 1st Air Commando Squadron, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. 
					Shot down 19Feb64 in Phuong Dinh province, South Vietnam, attacking Viet Cong forces
				7856 (MSN 174-709) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Crash landed 28Oct54 due to mechanical failure at Vance AFB, OK
					Assigned to Middletown Air Depot, Olmsted AFB, PA. Reclaimed 6Nov62
				7857 (MSN 174-710) Assigned to 3301th Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					Accident 7Oct55 landing at Moore AFB, TX
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 24Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7857/17857
				7858 (MSN 174-711) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 31Jan61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7858/17858
					Preserved and on display at the Museum of South Korea, Changwon, South Korea
				7859 (MSN 174-712) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 63
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL, 27May63
					Assigned to 605th Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Written off 26Apr65
				7860 (MSN 174-713) to MASDC. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7861 (MSN 174-714) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Forced landing 16Nov54 due to engine failure at Williams AFB, AZ
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D, line number 70
					Written off 17Oct63
				7862 (MSN 174-715) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					Forced landing 20Mar54 due to engine failure 7 miles S of Sedona, AZ
					To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7863 (MSN 184-716) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 66
					To 2nd Air Depot, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam
					Believed temporary loan to Royal Lao Air Force 20May64
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. Written off 5Dec64 by enemy action in a combat mission
				7864 (MSN 174-717) Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7864/17864. W/o 14Jun69
				7865 (MSN 174-718) Delivered to USAF 14Aug53
					Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					To MASDC 19Nov59.  Departed Jul 11, 1961
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force Jul 11, 1961 as 508. WFU and stored at Debre Zeyit
					Shipped to South Africa Apr96. Restoration completed 2011
				7866 (MSN 174-719) to MASDC. SOC 9Jan61 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				7867 (MSN 174-720) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
					Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 4Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7867/17867
				7868 (MSN 174-721)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crashed 7Oct54 due to in-flight fire 15 miles N of Scottsdale, AZ. The crew bailed out
				7869 (c/n 174-722) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 67
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 1965 as 51-7869/0-17869. Lost in Laos 3Sep65.
				7870 (MSN 194-723) Assigned to 3310th Technical Training Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Accident 19Feb54 due to structural failure at Scott AFB, IL
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D, line number 68
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 51-7870/0-17870 
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Crashed 19Nov64 on a flight from Saigon to Udorn. One of 2 Water Pump T-28s that were shot down by AAA 
					in South Vietnam on their return flight to Udorn, after they had been on a 
					fact-finding mission to Da Nang to investigate the possibility of replacing the T-28s at Udorn with A-1Es.  
					Both crew KIA.
				7871 (MSN 194-724) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.   Converted to T-28D, line number 69
					Assigned to 34th Tactical Group, 1st Air Commando Squadron, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam and hit by ground fire 
					over South Vietnam Jun 26, 1964.  Both crew bailed out and were rescued by helicopter
				7872 (MSN 174-725) Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 3Dec71. Departed 12Jul73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 46
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 25Feb74 as 51-7872/0-17872. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
				7873 (MSN 174-726) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 25Oct54 on the ground at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 3Nov71. Departed 25Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 47
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7873/0-17873. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7873/0-17873
				7874 (MSN 174-727) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 20
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Sep73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Philippine Air Force as 51-7874/0-17874. WFU Jan77
				7875 (MSN 174-728)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 9Oct53 in a ground collision at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, AZ
				7876 (MSN 174-729) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
					To MASDC 25Feb60. Departed 12Apr61
					Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 3May61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Ethiopian Air Force as 509 May 3, 1961.
				7877 (MSN 174-730) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7877/17877
				7878 (MSN 174-731) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 13May70
					To MASDC 3Dec71. Departed 21Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 48
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7878/0-17878. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7878/0-17878
				7879 (MSN 174-732)  Written off 20Oct71
				7880 (MSN 174-733)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Crash landed 13Sep54 due to engine failure at Williams AFB, AZ
				7881 (MSN 174-734) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS 27Apr70
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 6
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jul73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 1974 as 51-7881/0-17881
				7882 (MSN 174-735) Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Assigned to the 3512th Pilot Tng Sqdn/ATC at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1965.  
					To MASDC 4Oct71. Departed 14Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 49
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 5Mar74 as 51-7882/0-17882. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’. Lost 14May74
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7882/0-17882
				7883 (MSN 174-736) Assigned to 3310th Technical Training Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Accident 29Jul55 taking off at Capitol Airport, IL
					Written off 13Jun61
				7884 (MSN 174-737)  Written off 27Jun66
				7885 (MSN 174-738)  Assigned to 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX. Reclaimed 7Jan64
				7886 (MSN 174-739) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 16Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7886/17886
				7887 (MSN 174-740)  Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Damaged 30Oct53 when the aircraft hit a bird 25 miles SW of Coolidge, AZ
					Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
					Written off 28Nov56
				7888 (MSN 174-741) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Forced landing 16Nov54 due to engine failure 7 miles NE of Coolidge-Florence Airport, AZ
					Written off 28Feb69
				7889 (MSN 174-742) Assigned to Kisarazu AB, Japan. SOC 17Feb61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Republic of Korea Air Force as 51-7889/17889
				7890 (MSN 174-743) To MASDC. SOC 10Oct60 and assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Argentine Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Argentina Oct 10, 1960
				7891 (MSN 174-744) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
					Accident 25Oct54 on the ground at Williams AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To MASDC 2Feb72. Departed 25Jun73
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to AT-28D-5, line number 50
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Dec73
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Shipped to Sattahip Jan74 and assembled at U-Tapao, Thailand
					To Khmer Air Force 17Apr74 as 51-7891/0-17891. Assigned by project ‘Flycatcher’.
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 51-7891/0-17891
51-7892/7917		Convair T-29B
				MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				7892 (MSN 304) converted to VT-29B.  Served with 513rd TAW in 1972.  To MASDC as TB179 Mar 18, 1975.
					After USAF service, went to civil registry as N153PA with Providence Air Charter
					registered Jan 21, 1980.  Was briefly N7SA but NTU, then N147JR.  Back to 
					N153PA. On Mar 3, 2007 registered to Desert Air Transport, Inc, Anchorage, Alaska.
				7893 (MSN 240-305) to MASDC in 1973.
				7894 (MSN 240-306) converted to VT-29B. To MASDC as TB267 Jun 17, 1975.   To civil registry as N2300G.
				7895 (MSN 240-307) loaned to US Navy, kept USAF serial number of 517895.  WFU and stored
				7896 (MSN 240-308) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB110 Jan 13, 1975.  To civil registry as N2291T.  Broken up Jul 1987.
					Registration cancelled May 1992.
				7897 (MSN 240-309) converted to VT-29B.  Service in 1971 and 1972 with the US Air Attache at Helsinki. 
					To MASDC as TB248 May 29, 1975.  To civil register as N92937 and
					then as N2291T which was cancelled on August 1, 1989
				7898 (MSN 240-310) convdrted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N40CE, N406E, to LN-KLT owned by 
					Europetrol with Polaris title, "Castor" fleet name, seen in
					open storage at Woensdrecht Air Base, Netherlands Aug 18. 1971.
				7899 (MSN 240-311) preserved at Imperial War Museum, Duxford in 1973
				7900 (MSN 240-312) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB269 Jun 18, 1975.  To civil registry as N1342K
				7901 (MSN 240-313) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB197 Apr 14, 1975.  To civil registry as N2823F.  
					On ramp at Texas State Technical College, Waco Apt, TX
				7902 (MSN 240-314) converted to VT-29B.  Service in 1972 with 7240th Support Squadron and based at Gardermoen, Oslo. 
					To MASDC as TB288 Jun 25, 1975.  To civil register as N2292A on November 8, 1978.
				7903 (MSN 240-315) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB104 Jan 9, 1975.
				7904 (MSN 240-316) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB147 Feb 10, 1975.  To civil registry as N22913
				7905 (MSN 240-317) WFU and stored 1973.
				7906 (MSN 240-318) loaned to US Navy, kept USAF serial of 517906.  Donated to Pima Air and 
					Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Aug 26, 1981 and on display there.
				7907 (MSN 240-319) WFU and stored 1973
				7908 (MSN 240-320) loaned to US Navy, kept USAF serial of 517908.  To MASDC as TB302 Jul 15, 1975.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1981.  Derelict by May 1987 
				7909 (MSN 240-321) assigned to 3499 FTW, Chanute AFB, IL
					Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 12, 1959 to Apr 5, 1963.
					Registered as NASA 250. 
					Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Apr 5, 1963.
					Registered as NASA 5.  Registered as N5NA to NASA, Lewis Research Center Jun 23, 1969; 
					cancelled Feb 7, 1977.  To N64755 with Cochise College, Arizona Aug 4, 1977.
					To Selvico Inc, Nevzda Feb 23, 1979.  registered Jun 19, 1991 as N64755 to Starship Inc, 
					Las Vegas, NV.
				7910 (MSN 240-322) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB071 Dec 10, 1974.  To civil registry as N10189, then N155PA
					W/o Jun 19, 1985 3 mi S of Trenton Airport, Canada 
				7911 (MSN 240-323) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB250 May 30, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Apr 24, 1980.  Derelict 1984.
				7912 (MSN 240-324) converted to RT-29B, then to NT-29B.  To MASDC as TB001 Dec 29, 1967.  Converted to VT-29B
					and returned to service.  To MASDC as TB299 Jul 2, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft
					Sales Sep 9, 1977.  To civil registry as N9016L, then N156PA
				7913 (MSN 240-325) to MASDC as TB111 Jan 13, 1975.  To civil registrY as N157PA, then N78SA, then N149JR.
				7914 (MSN 240-326) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB198 Apr 14, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
					May 8, 1979.  Broken up
				7915 (MSN 240-327) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB139 Jan 29, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Jun 30, 1980.  Broken up
				7916 (MSN 240-328) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB061 Nov 12, 1974.  To civil registry as N147PA.
				7917 (MSN 240-329) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB211 May 5, 1975.  To civil registry as CP-1356
51-7918/7967		Cancelled contract
51-7968/8052		Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				7968/7995 were MSN 10707/10734
				7996/8015 were MSN 10739/10758
				8016 was MSN 10706
				8017/8029 were MSN 10760/10772
				8030 was MSN 10822
				8031/8032 were MSN 10857/10858.
				8033/8034 were MSN 10873/10874
				8035/8052 were MSN 10913/10930
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				7968 (MSN 10707) converted to KC-119F in 1953, back to C-119F in 1954.  
					converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially
					designated C-119J sometime after June 1957.  To Italian AF in 1964
					for training/spares recovery. 
				7969 (MSN 10708) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ315 Nov 10, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7970 (MSN 10709) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				7971 (MSN 10710) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969 as 3158.  Noted Oct 2012 on display at China Institute of
					Technology, Hengshan AB, Republic of China AF.
				7972 (MSN 10711) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ237 Dec 1, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 19, 1970
				7973 (MSN 10712) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China  AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3210
				7974 (MSN 10713) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				7975 (MSN 10714) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ320 Nov 22, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7976 (MSN 10715) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ267 Nov 5, 1968.  Declared
					excess Dec 9, 1974
				7977 (MSN 10716) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969
				7978 (MSN 10717) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Republic of China AF in 1969 as 3123
				7979 (MSN 10718) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Republic of China AF as ???
				7980 (MSN 10719) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
				7981 (MSN 10720) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Republic of China AF 1969 or 1970 as 3195
				7982 (MSN 10721) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ323 Nov 23, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7983 (MSN 10722) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to South Vietnam
					AF Aug 1969.  Returned to USAF at Clark AB, Philippines Jan 1973 and scrapped
					there Jun 1973.
				7984 (MSN 10723) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Republic of China AF Jan 1971 as 3220
				7985 (MSN 10724) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969 as 3160.  May have been last CNAF C-119 in service as
					participated in the CNAF's C-119 retirement ceremony Dec 19, 1997.
					Preserved at Ping Tung AB.
				7986 (MSN 10725) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ263 Nov 4, 1968.
					Declared excess Dec 9, 1974.
				7987 (MSN 10726) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ310 Sep 13, 1969.
				7988 (MSN 10727) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ334 Dec 6, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7989 (MSN 10728) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
					in 1969 as 3119.  WFU
				7990 (MSN 10729) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Republic of China AF 
					in 1969 or 1970 as 3206
				7991 (MSN 10730) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ363 Sep 18, 1970
				7992 (MSN 10731) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
					in 1969
				7993 (MSN 10732) crashed near Lothian, MD while attempting night VFR in instrument 
					conditions Mar 19, 1954.  18 onboard killed.
				7994 (MSN 10733) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				7995 (MSN 10734) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					Also reported as w/o 3 Mar 1955 undershot landing-Hagerstown, Wash.County A/p ,MD   Crew ok   
				7996 (MSN 10739) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3199
				7997 (MSN 10740) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ366 Nov 28, 1970
				7998 (MSN 10741) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ360 Sep 9, 1970.
				7999 (MSN 10742) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ373 Sep 9, 1970
				8000 (MSN 10743) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3181.  May have been lost at Pingtung
					Jun 1, 1996 (bu see 53-3181).  Alternatively, the plane lost at Pingtung has
					been quoted as CNAF 3111, but it is not known which ex-USAF C-119 took 
					up this serial.
				8001 (MSN 10744) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ312 Sep 19, 1969
				8002 (MSN 10745) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
					in 1969 or 1970.
				8003 (MSN 10746) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ321 Nov 23, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				8004 (MSN 10747) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3186
				8005 (MSN 10748) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8006 (MSN 10749) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ399 Feb 7, 1971
				8007 (MSN 10750) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970
				8008 (MSN 10751) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8009 (MSN 10752) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ394 Feb 1, 1971
				8010 (MSN 10753) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ313 Nov 10, 1969
				8011 (MSN 10754) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8012 (MSN 10755) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ367 Nov 28, 1970
				8013 (MSN 10756) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8014 (MSN 10757) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To MASDC as CJ402
					Feb 12, 1971.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8015 (MSN 10758) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970
				8016 (MSN 10759) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3202
				8017 (MSN 10760) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF Nov 1970
				8018 (MSN 10761) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF Nov 1970
				8019 (MSN 10762) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  w/o 17 Apr 1966 Test flight at 
					Belleville-Scott AFB, IL- # 2 prop problem-a/c hit runway on go around.  Crew escaped ok.
				8020 (MSN 10763) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF in 1969 or 1970
				8021 (MSN 10764) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. 
				8022 (MSN 10765) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ348 Jul 27, 1970
				8023 (MSN 10766) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ352 Sep 1, 1970
				8024 (MSN 10767) TOS USAF. Assigned to 316th Troop Carrier Group (Tactical Air Command), Sewart AFB, TN. 
					11/54: 316th renamed 314th Troop Carrier Wing.  converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					7/57:  2466th Air Reserve Flying Center (USAF Reserve), Bakalar AFB, IN. 
					5/58: 2472nd Air Reserve Flying Detachment (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK. 
					3/59: 305th Troop Carrier Squadron (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK. 
					1/61: 434th Troop Carrier WIng (AFRES), Bakalar AFB, IN. 
					5/63: 930th Troop Carrier Group (AFRES), Bakalar AFB, IN. 
					6/68: 71st Air Command Squadron (TAC), Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
					10/68: 4413th Combat Crew Training Squadron (TAC), Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
					2/69: 1st Special Operations WIng (TAC), Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
					7/69: 4410th Combat Crew Training WIng (TAC), Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
					Dropped from USAF inventory Mar 1970 and delivered to Strategic Air Command Museum, Offut AFB, Omaha, Nebraska.  
					Moved in 1997 to new museum at Ashland, 25 mi W of Offut, and underwent a major restoration.
				8025 (MSN 10768) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF in Nov 1970 as 3213
				8026 (MSN 10769) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  With 61st TCG, 314th TCS crashed
					near Newbury, PA Oct 26, 1956 on flight from Stewart AFB, TN to Olmstead AFB, PA.
					All 6 onboard killed.
				8027 (MSN 10770) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Republic
					of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8028 (MSN 10771) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. 
				8029 (MSN 10772) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ282 Feb 11, 1969.  Declared
					excess Dec 26, 1973
				8030 (MSN 10822) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  Became JC-119J, later reverting
					to C-119J.  To MASDC Mar 25, 1964 as JC-119J
				8031 (MSN 10857) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF Nov 1970 as 3212
				8032 (MSN 10858) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8033 (MSN 10873) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ311 Sep 13, 1969.
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8034 (MSN 10874) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8035 (MSN 10913) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  Became 
					JC-119J, later reverting to C-119J.  To Italian AF in 1964 for training/spares
					recovery.
				8036 (MSN 10914) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8037 (MSN 10915) Ca.1953: TOS USAF. 1955: Converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957. 
					9/19/58: 6593rd Test Squadron, Hickham AFB, HI, where it was specially modified for the mid-air 
					retrieval of space capsules re-entering the atmosphere from orbit.   Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  8/19/60: Made the world’s first midair recovery 
					of a capsule returning from orbit when it snagged the parachute lowering the Discoverer XIV 
					satellite at 8,000 feet altitude, 360 miles southwest of Honolulu, Hawaii. 
					Performed midair recovery of Discoverer 14.  11/63: Flown to the Air Force Museum at  
					Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, waiting there for the new museum to open in 1971.
				8038 (MSN 10916) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC as CJ433 Jul 13, 1972.
					Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				8039 (MSN 10917) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC and returned to service
					Aug 4, 1966.  Back to MASDC as CJ427 Jun 29, 1972.
				8040 (MSN 10918) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  Became JC-119J.  To Italian AF 
					in 1964 with code 46-54.  Serial was MM51-8040
				8041 (MSN 10919) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8042 (MSN 10920) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8043 (MSN 10921) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC, returned
					to service.  Back to MASDC as CJ428 Jun 29, 1972.
				8044 (MSN 10922) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Chinese Nationalist
					AF in 1969  
				8045 (MSN 10923) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC, back to
					service Sep 1, 1966.  Back to MASDC as CJ429 Jul 7, 1972
				8046 (MSN 10924) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  Became
					JC-119J.  To Italian AF in 1964 but reportedly damaged during
					delivery flight.  Possibly used by them for training/spares recovery
				8047 (MSN 10925) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8048 (MSN 10926) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3209
				8049 (MSN 10927) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to
					C-119G in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					To MASDC but returned to service Sep 20, 1966.  Back to MASDC as CJ425
					Jun 21, 1972.
				8050 (MSN 10928) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to
					C-119G in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					To MASDC as CJ316 Nov 12, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20,1970.
				8051 (MSN 10929) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to
					C-119G in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
				8052 (MSN 10930) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to
					C-119G in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					To MASDC
51-8053/8097		Fairchild C-119G-FA Flying Boxcar
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8053 (MSN 10931) to MASDC as CJ365 Nov 28, 1970
				8054 (MSN 10932) to MASDC as CJ350 Jul 23, 1970
				8055 (MSN 10933) to MASDC as CJ372 Nov 29, 1970
				8056 (MSN 10934) damaged Sep 26, 1954 in ground accident at Ashiya AB, Japan
				8057 (MSN 10935) to Republic of China AF as 3157
				8058 (MSN 10936) to Republic of China AF as 3151
				8059 (MSN 10937) to MASDC as CJ329 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8060 (MSN 10938) to Republic of China AF as 3120
				8061 (MSN 10939) to MASDC as CJ374 Dec 1, 1970.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8062 (MSN 10940) to MASDC as CJ289 Feb 20, 1969
				8063 (MSN 10941) to MASDC as CJ333 Dec 3, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8064 (MSN 10958) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2306 
				8065 (MSN 10959) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2300
				8066 (MSN 10960) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2301
				8067 (MSN 10961) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2302
				8068 (MSN 10962) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2303
				8069 (MSN 10963) to MASDC as CJ339 Dec 14, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20,1970
				8070 (MSN 10964) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3120.  Preserved at Pingtung South
				8071 (MSN 10965) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3183
				8072 (MSN 10966) to MASDC as CJ332 Dec 2, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8073 (MSN 10967) to MASDC as CJ407 Feb 28, 1971
				8074 (MSN 10968) to Brazil as 2304.  Displayed at Brigada de Infanteria/Para-quedista, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
				8075 (MSN 10969) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2308 
				8076 (MSN 10970) to Brazilian AF as 2305.  At Museu Aerospacial, (Musal) Base Aerea dos Afonsos,
					Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  It has the identification as being ex USAF 51-8086 rather than 51-8076.
				8077 (MSN 10971) to Brazil AF under MAP in 1962 as 2309
				8078 (MSN 10972) to MASDC as CJ330 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8079 (MSN 10973) to Republic of China AF as 3144
				8080 (MSN 10974) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2310
				8081 (MSN 10975) to MASDC as CJ286 Feb 12, 1969.  Declared excess Mar 31, 1976.
				8082 (MSN 10976) to MASDC as CJ368 Nov 28, 1970.  Declared excess May 21, 1971.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson AZ
					Jan 27, 1976
				8083 (MSN 10977) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8084 (MSN 10978) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2307
				8085 (MSN 10979) w/o 16 Apr 1955 Engine failure on t/off-Matsushima AFB, Japan
				8086 (MSN 10980) attached to 48th TCS/313th TCG at Stewart AFB, Tennessee w/o when crashed and burned 
					Dec 9, 1953 1 mi S of Newton Falls, Ohio.  2 of 3 aboard killed, one crewman was able to bail out.
					Never went to Brazil
				8087 (MSN 10981) To MASDC as CJ398 Feb 7, 1971.  Declared excess Mar 31, 1976.
				8088 (MSN 10982) to MASDC as CJ285 Feb 11, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				8089 (MSN 10983) to MASDC as CJ410 Mar 3, 1971.   Declared excess May 21, 1971. 
				8090 (MSN 10984)
				8091 (MSN 10985) to Republic of China AF as 3126
				8092 (MSN 10986) to Brazil AF under MAP in 1962 as 2311
				8093 (MSN 10987) to MASDC as CJ400 Feb 9, 1971.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974 
				8094 (MSN 10988) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8095 (MSN 10989) w/o Mar 10, 1955 Engine fail/fire & belly landing-30 miles NNW of Birmingham,Al 
				8096 (MSN 10990) to MASDC as CJ273 Nov 13, 1968.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.
				8097 (MSN 10991) to MASDC as CJ346 Jan 3, 1970.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson AZ
51-8098/8168		Kaiser-Frazer C-119F-KM Flying Boxcar
				MSN 101/171.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8098 (MSN 101) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Became
					JC-119G, later reverting to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ264 Nov 5, 1968.
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8099 (MSN 102) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969/70 as 3142
				8100 (MSN 103) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ268 Nov 6, 1969.  Declaeed excess Mar 31, 1976
				8101 (MSN 104) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  to MASDC as CJ392 Jan 31, 1971.
					Declared excess Mar 31, 1976.
					Plane painted as 51-8101 preserved at Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, WI is 
					really C-119G RCAF 22105, MSN 10736.
				8102 (MSN 105) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 
				8103 (MSN 106) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ324 Nov 23, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 20, 1970.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Jan 29, 1975.
				8104 (MSN 107) converted to C-119G. 
				8105 (MSN 108) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8106 (MSN 109) to USAF ca 1952.  converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. Assigned to 302nd 
					Troop Carrier Wing, Clinton County AFB, OH.   Seen Dec 1970 at Fort 
					Benning, GA. 
					8/2/71: Unit moved to Lockbourne AFB, OH.  Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF sometime after 1970 as 3109.
					Preserved at Air Force Academy Museum, Gang Shan, Republic of China AF.
				8107 (MSN 110) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ324 Nov 23, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 20, 1970.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Jan 30 1976
				8108 (MSN 111) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ262 Nov 1, 1968.  Declared excess Mar 31, 1976.
				8109 (MSN 112) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ265 Nov 4, 1969.
					Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				8110 (MSN 113) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.   Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8111 (MSN 114) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ335 Dec 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970.
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Jan 29, 1976.
				8112 (MSN 115) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
				8113 (MSN 116) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM-8113 with code 46-49.
				8114 (MSN 117) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					Converted to AC-119G
				8115 (MSN 118) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					Converted to AC-119G
				8116 (MSN 119) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957
				8117 (MSN 120) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8118 (MSN 121)
				8119 (MSN 122) was C-119J development aircraft
				8120 (MSN 123) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					To Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3192.  Preserved at Rushan Visitor Center,
					Kinmen Islkand, Taiwanin Jun 2007.
				8121 (MSN 124) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF as MM51-8121, code 46-50.  In Petrin collection,
					Villorba, North of Treviso
				8122 (MSN 125) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Lost 1957 before C-119J designation officially applied.
				8123 (MSN 126) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					Converted to AC-119G.
				8124 (MSN 127) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					By Mid 1961 was classified as MC-119J.  To MASDC as CJ319 Nov 21, 1969
				8125 (MSN 128) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8125
				8126 (MSN 129) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
				8127 (MSN 130) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Was lost in 1957 before C-119J designation was officially applied. 
				8128 (MSN 131) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8128.  Preserved at Museu
					Storica Del Aeronautica Militare Italiana, Collezione Petrin, at Treviso
				8129 (MSN 132) converted to C-119J standard and 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC.
					To civil register as N8504Y, Stebbins Community
					Association, Stebbins, AK.
				8130 (MSN 133) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G
					in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after
					Jun 1957.  To Italian AF in 1964as MM51-8130
				8131 (MSN 134) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8132 (MSN 135) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957
				8133 (MSN 136) converted to C-119J.  w/o Apr 17, 1954 taxi accident-Birmingham A/p, AL
				8134 (MSN 137) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G
					in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					By mid-1961 was classified as MC-119J.  To MASDC
				8135 (MSN 138) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ361 Sep 2, 1970.  Declared excess Sep 24, 1970.
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Feb 23, 1976.
				8136 (MSN 139) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3152
				8137 (MSN 140) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8138 (MSN 141) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC.
				8139 (MSN 142) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ269 Nov 6, 1968.
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8140 (MSN 143) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  In late 1962
					went to MASDC and was condemned for scrap Jul 1964.  Was
					reprieved May 1965, refurbished, and returned to service.
					Back to MASDC as CJ314 Nov 12, 1969.  This aircraft was operated by Italian 
					AF as MM51-8140, and scrapped at Pisa c1980
				8141 (MSN 144) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					To MASDC as CJ317 Nov 12, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8142 (MSN 145) converted to C-119J.  W/o Sep 6, 1955 Engine failed on climb & cr 3 miles N of 
					Alexandria-England AFB, La   3 lost & 3 ok
				8143 (MSN 146) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
				8144 (MSN 147) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8144
				8145 (MSN 148) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ353 Sep 1, 1970  Declared excess Sep 16, 1970.
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Feb 20, 1976.
				8146 (MSN 149) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ325 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 20, 1970.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Feb 17, 1976.
				8147 (MSN 150) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3198
				8148 (MSN 151) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3159
				8149 (MSN 152) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8150 (MSN 153) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3204.
				8151 (MSN 154) 
				8152 (MSN 155) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8152.
				8153 (MSN 156) converted to C-119J.  W/o Apr 20, 1954 Hit high grd on approach & crashed 12 miles 
					NW of Burbank A/p, Ca  7 lost
				8154 (MSN 157) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 
					1957.  Officially dessignated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8154.  Engine problems; damaged beyond repair, 
					Cisterna di Latina 26 JUN 1969 
				8155 (MSN 158) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					By mid 1961 was classified as MC-119J.  No mention of a coversion
					to AC-119G  
				8156 (MSN 159) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Offically designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To Italian
					AF in 1964 as MM51-8156
				8157 (MSN 160) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Offically designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  By mid 1961 was
					classified as MC-119J.  To MASDC as CJ318 Nov 12 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970.
				8158 (MSN 161) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Offically designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8158
				8159 (MSN 162) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Offically designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  
					To Italian AF in 1964 as MM51-8159 for training and spares recovery.
				8160 (MSN 163) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8161 (MSN 164) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969.
				8162 (MSN 165) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ301 Apr 24, 1969.  Declared
					excess Dec 9, 1974
				8163 (MSN 166) crashed at Fort Bragg, NC during a joint airborne operation Nov 17, 1953.  It was one of 12
					C-119s on a troop drop and lost an engine, dropped out of formation, hit and killed ten 
					troopers in their chutes that had been dropped from other aircraft, that in addition to 4 crew
					members and one medical officer that went down with the plane.
				8164 (MSN 167) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Offically designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  By mid 1961
					was classifed as MC-119J.  To MASDC
				8165 (MSN 168) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 but lost before new
					designation could be officially applied.  With 4356th TCW, crashed into a home in densely populated area of Charleston, SC
					Aug 23, 1955.  5 crew killed, 6 crew survived, 4 civilians on ground killed.
				8166 (MSN 169) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8167 (MSN 170) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Offically designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  By mid 1961 was
					classified as MC-119J.  To MASDC
				8168 (MSN 171) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ331 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 20, 1970.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Feb 19, 1976
51-8169/8232		Cancelled contract for Fairchild C-119F Flying Boxcar
51-8233/8273		Fairchild C-119C Flying Boxcar
				MSN 10781/10821.  These were apparently begun as C models and then built as C-119Fs on the assembly line, but 
					they already had P & W R-4360 engines installed and were delivered to the USAF that way.  They were 
					unofficially known to the crews as "C/F" models.  All C-119s delivered after this had the Wright R-3350
					engines.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8233 (MSN 10781) to MASDC Jun 13, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8234 MSN 10782, 465th TCW) suffered hydraulic failure and taxyed
					into a ditch at Algiers, Algeria Aug 31, 1956. SOC for spares recovery Dec 1956.
				8235 (MSN 10783) lost in collision during May 15, 1953 fly-by 10 mi NE of Mannheim, West Germany.  A flight of F-84s 
					flew through the formation of C-119s.  One F-84 (51-628) collided with one C-119 and it 
					caroomed off that one and hit another (51-8241).  F-84 pilot ejected.  3 C-119 crew were killed, 
					3 injured.
				8236 (MSN 10784) to MASDC Sep 16, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8237 (MSN 10785) to MASDC Aug 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8238 (MSN 10786) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8239 (MSN 10787) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969 
				8240 (MSN 10788) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8241 (MSN 10789) lost in collision during May 15, 1953 fly-by 10 mi NE of Mannheim, Germany.  A flight of F-84s 
					flew through the formation of C-119s.  One F-84 (51-628) collided with one C-119 and it 
					caroomed off that one and hit another.  F-84 pilot ejected.  3 C-119 crew were killed, 
					3 injured.
				8242 (MSN 10790) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.
				8243 (MSN 10791) to MASDC Jun 16, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8244 (MSN 10792) was named "Leapin' Lena".  Deleted from inventory by 1964.
				8245 (MSN 10793) to MASDC Apr 6, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969.
				8246 (MSN 10794) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8247 (MSN 10795) to MASDC Oct 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8248 (MSN 10796) to MASDC Apr 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8249 (MSN 10797) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8250 (MSN 10798) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8251 (MSN 10799) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8252 (MSN 10800) to MASDC Feb 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8253 (MSN 10801) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969.  Named "Houn' Dawg" in May 1958.
				8254 (MSN 10802) used in early 1953 to familiarize Royal Aircraft Establishment
					pilots with C-119 before dispatch of 51-2611 to Farnborough.  To MASDC
					Mar 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8255 (MSN 10803) to MASDC Aug 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8256 (MSN 10804) to MASDC Feb 2, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 3, 1969
				8257 (MSN 10805) to MASDC Jul 16, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8258 (MSN 10806) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  
				8259 (MSN 10807) to MASDC Feb 6, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 14, 1969
				8260 (MSN 10808) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8261 (MSN 10809) to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8262 (MSN 10810) deleted from inventory by 1964.
				8263 (MSN 10811) to MASDC Feb 6, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 14, 1969.
					To civil register as N9956F
				8264 (MSN 10812) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8265 (MSN 10813) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8266 (MSN 10814) to MASDC Nov 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8267 (MSN 10815) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8268 (MSN 10816) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8269 (MSN 10817) to MASDC Oct 1, 1966.  
				8270 (MSN 10818) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8271 (MSN 10819) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8272 (MSN 10820) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8273 (MSN 10821) of 10th TCS threw prop blade over Belgium Jun 20, 1954,
					engine tore off wing and plane crashed near village of St. Trond,
					Belgium.  Crew of 4 and 3 passengers bailed out safely.
51-8274/8505		North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre
				MSN 173-407/638.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8274 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86912
				8275 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8171)
				8278 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8160)
				8279 damaged Oct 23, 1953 grd fire-Ethan Allen AFB, VT
				8281 (MSN 173-414) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18281.  In midair collision 
					with 51-5958 at Zetten, Holland Apr 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				8288 w/o  Dec 12, 1953 Fatal grd collision-with 51-8489 at Duluth Munc A/p, MN
				8289 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8172)
				8290 damaged Feb 24, 1954 Engine fail/fire-McChord AFB, WA
				8291 to Republic of China AF as F86903
				8294 damaged Dec 19, 1955 Taxi accident-Tyndall AFB, FL
				8295 transferred to Republic of China AF as F86906
				8297 to Greek AF
				8298 to Greek AF. Seen on fire dump Aginon, Greece.
				8302 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8173)
				8303 (MSN 173-437) to Royal Danish AF Aug 17, 1960 as 18303.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
				8305 to Greek AF.  Modified to operate AIM-9 Sidewinder
				8306 damaged Dec 5, 1953 Landing-Muscle Shoals Munc A/p, AL
				8307 (MSN 173-440) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18307.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
				8310 w/o Apr 19, 1955 Engine fail/fire-18 miles ENE of Chitose AFB, Japan   Pilot bailed out
				8319 to Greek AF
				8326 (MSN 173-459) to Royal Danish AF aug 20 1960 as 18326, coded as F-326.  Lost both wings, crashed in the 
					sea north of Skagen Sep 23, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely
				8329 to Republic of China AF
				8330 to Greek AF
				8331 w/o Aug 19, 1954 Fatal grd collision-McGuire AFB, NJ
				8333 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8174)
				8341 w/o Feb 24, 1954 Missing about 5 miles S off Westhampton Beach, NY
				8344 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8102) and preserved at Tokorozawa Aviation Museum near Tokyo
				8345 w/o Nov 9, 1955 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Pottsboro, TX
				8346 (MSN 173-479) to Royal Danish AF as 18346, coded as F-346.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
					Skyrdstrup AB.  Noted in use as a target on Oksbol Range Jun 2000.
				8354 damaged Nov 16, 1953 Landing-Andrews AFB, MD
				8355 to Greek AF
				8357 w/o Mar 9, 1955 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-7 miles WSW of Panama City, FL
				8358 to Greek AF
				8359 to Greek AF
				8361 (MSN 173-494) to Royal Danish AF Sep 23, 1960 as 18361.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Tirstrup AB.
				8362 to Greece
				8366 to Greece
				8367 damaged Nov 2, 1953 Landing-Greater Pittsburgh A/p, PA
				8368 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8101)
				8370 to Greek AF
				8371 damaged Nov 17, 1955 Struck on grd by 52-401 at Landstuhl AFB, West Germany
				8374 to Greek AF
				8375 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8103). Preserved at Iruma Air Base Nov 1992 but removed in 2003.
				8376 to Greek AF
				8377 to Greek AF
				8378 to Greek AF
				8379 damaged Dec 17, 1955 Engine fail/fire-Perrin AFB, TX
				8380 w/o Feb 17, 1954 ‘Explosion’-Perrin AFB, TX
				8392 to Greek AF
				8397 w/o Dec 19, 1955 Fatal mid air with TB-29 44-61816- 6 miles N of Port St Joe, FL
				8398 to Greek AF
				8401 damaged Mar 9, 1954 Landing-George AFB, CA
				8403 (MSN 173-536) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18403.  Engine failure, crashed at Hulsig Jan 19, 1963. 
					Pilot ejected safely.
				8404 (MSN 173-537) presumably went to Greek AF, since was noted
					in May 2004 as being in Polemico Moussio (war museum) in
					Athens, Greece painted as 51-6171
				8409 on display with Oklahoma ANG at Tulsa IAP, Oklahoma.
				8413 damaged Feb 16, 1954 Structural failure-10 miles SSW of Point Mugu NAS, CA
				8415 on display at Paso Robles, Shandon, CA
				8416 w/o  Dec 21, 1954 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Tinker AFB, OK
				8421 (MSN 173-554) assigned to 331st FIS.  To Tennessee ANG 151th FGIS, 134th FIG.  To Royal Danish AF
					Mayh 28, 1960 as 18421.  WFU May 14, 1966.  Preserved at Billund, later to ASkrydstrup AB.
					To display at Aalborg Defense Museum Dec 2003
				8422 To MASDC  Jul 20, 1960, To Lockheed, To McLellan AFB, To Philippine AF as ‘18422’  June 1961
				8423 to Porgugal as FAP 5214.  W/o Feb 25, 1960 Alcochete, Setúbal
				8424 to Republic of Korea AF.  Seen at Yoido, ROK Dec 26, 1975.
				8427 (MSN 173-560) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18427.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used for fire practice at Vandel AB.
				8429 (MSN 173-562) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18429.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
				8431 (MSN 173-564) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18431.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Skrydstrup AB.
					Later as a target on the Oksbol Range
				8434 damaged Jan 13, 1954 taxi accident-George AFB, CA
				8435  damaged Mar 11, 1954 Landing-George AFB, CA
				8436 gate guard at Basa AB, Philippines.
				8439 w/o Nov 27, 1954 Fatal ground collision-O’Hare Intl A/P, IL
				8449 (MSN 173-582) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18449.  W/o Aug 12, 1964 at Aalborg AB.  WFU Mar 31, 1966
					and scrapped.
				8451 (MSN 173-584) to Royal Danish AF May 28 1960 as 18451.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Tirstrup AB.
				8453 (MSN 173-586) assigned to 440th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18453.  Damaged and WFU Feb 10, 1964
					at Skrydstrup AB - preserved in museum in Copenhagen
				8455 donated Apr 4, 1960 and on display in fenced in area in Twining Park, Monroe, Wisconsin
				8457 to Greek AF
				8461 (MSN 173-594) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18461.  Preserved at Danmarks Flyvemuseum in Billund.
					Museum closed in 1997
				8464 To MASDC  Jan 21, 1960, To Lockheed, To McClellan AFB, To Philippine AF as ‘18464’ June 1961
				8466 to MASDC
				8467 on display at Corvallis, Oregon
				8468 to MASDC
				8469 (MSN 173-602) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18469.  WFU May 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Vandel AB.
					Preserved at Danmarks Flyvemuseum in Billund.  Museum closed in 1997
				8470 (MSN 173-603) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18470.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Aalborg AB.  
					To fire dump in Aalborg.  Seen there Dec 2003.
				8471 to MASDC
				8472 (MSN 173-605) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18472.  Ran out of fuel, crashed at Skrydstrup AB 
					Nov 17, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
				8473 (MSN 173-606) assigned to 497th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18473.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.
					Used as a decoy at Aalborg AB.  Later as a target at Oksbol Range
				8474 (MSN 173-607) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18474.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
				8477 w/o Feb 26, 1960 in crash 5 mi S of Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma
				8481 to MASDC
				8485 to MASDC
				8487 to MASDC
				8488 w/o Apr 18, 1955 Mid air with T-33A 50-432, 10 miles S of Gainsville,TX.  Pilot bailed out
				8489 w/o  Dec 12, 1953 Fatal grd collision with 51-8288 at Duluth Munc A/p, MN
				8490 to South Korea as 490
				8491 to MASDC
				8492 to MASDC 
				8495 to MASDC
				8497 to MASDC
				8498 to MASDC
				8498 to MASDC
				8500 (MSN 173-633) assigned to 469th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18500.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as
					a decoy at Karup AB.  Preserved in Kjevik.
				8501 to MASDC
				8502 to MASDC
				8503 to MASDC
				8504 (MSN 173-637) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18504.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoyu at Karup AB
51-8506/8517		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6290/6301.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8506 to MASDC Jun 22, 1965.  To US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
				8509 to MASDC 
				8511 to MASDC Jan 23, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
				8513 on display at city of New Kensington, Pennsylvania
				8514 to MASDC
51-8518/8541		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6302/6325
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131725/131748
51-8542/8635		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6326/6419.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8543 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				8546 to MASDC Feb 28, 1964
				8551 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965
				8554 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
				8556 to MASDC Mar 25, 1964
				8559 to MASDC Apr 9, 1964
				8560 to MASDC May 5, 1964
				8566 (MSN 580-6350) to Royal Danish AF May 13, 1961 as 18566, coded as DT-566.  Converted to ECM.
					WFU May 16, 1977.  Registered as G-TJET Jan 8, 1982.  Reregistered as G-NASA Jun 3, 20-01, cancelled
					Jan 11, 2001.  Reported sold to US collector.
				8568 (50th TFW) crashed by Jun 17, 1961.
				8570 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
				8572 to MASDC
				8573 (50th TFW) crashed by Oct 13, 1958.
				8574 to MASDC Sep 9, 1964
				8578 to MASDC
				8582 to MASDC
				8584 to MASDC
				8595 to MASDC Jul 22, 1964
				8597 to MASDC
				8604 was on display at Atmore, Alabama.  Seen 2007 mounted on pole at Sampson State Park, Route 96A, Romulus, NY
				8606 to MASDC
				8617 to MASDC
				8619 to Royal Thai AF as F11-12/05.  SoC May 22, 1974 and broken up for spares.
				8620 to MASDC
				8624 SOC Apr 30, 1963, became composite airframe with forward fuselage of
					49-1004 and to fire dump at RAF Mildenhall, England.
				8626 to MASDC Mar 23, 1964
				8627 (MSN 580-6411) on display at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
				8628 SOC Dec 2, 1963 and to France under MAP
				8629 in base collection at Laughlin AFB, Texas
				8630 to MASDC
				8631 to MASDC Oct 8, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
				8633 to MASDC
				8634 to MASDC
51-8636/8651		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6420/6435
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131749/131764
51-8652/8728		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6436/6512.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8652 to MASDC
				8657 to Guatemala AF as 700.  Later reserialed 0011.  Now gate guard at Flores AFB,
					Guatemala
				8658 SOC Dec 9, 1963 and to France under MAP
				8659 to MASDC
				8661 to MASDC
				8665 on display at city of Lake Norden, South Dakota
				8669 to France under MAP. Abandoned at Wheelus AFB, Libya (now Mitiga AFB). Noted there damaged in 2006.
				8671 to MASDC
				8672 to MASDC
				8673 mounted on a pole at American Legion Post 106, Grayling, Michigan
				8674 to MASDC
				8676 to MASDC
				8677 to MASDC
				8679 to MASDC
				8680 to MASDC
				8681 to MASDC
				8682 to MASDC
				8683 to MASDC
				8686 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964
				8687 to MASDC
				8688 to MASDC
				8693 SOC Dec 9, 1963 and to France under MAP
				8694 to MASDC
				8694 to MASDC
				8695 to MASDC
				8696 to MASDC
				8699 to MASDC
				8702 to MASDC
				8703 to MASDC
				8704 to MASDC
				8707 to MASDC
				8708 to MASDC
				8723 (MSN 580-6507) to Royal Danish AF Apr 1, 19053 as 18723, coded as TR-723, later as DT-723.  W/o May 5, 1964 
					at Limjfoerd, near Aalborg.
				8724 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10003
				8725 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10004
				8726 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10001
				8727 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10002
				8728 (MSN 580-6512) to Royal Danish AF Jun 8, 1953 as 18728, coded as TR-728, then DT-728.  Converted to ECM.
					Damaged and WFU Oct 1, 1975.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
51-8729/8749		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6513/6533
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131765/131785
51-8750/8835		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6534/6619.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8752 (MSN 580-6536). To French AF as 18752. To Royal Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEY
				8754 (MSN 580-6538). To French AF as 18754. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
					was F-BJDJ
				8756 (MSN 580-6540) to Klu as spare-parts source in 1964.  In 1981
					transferred to Deelen to serve the fire-
					fighting school.  Only the fuselage is still
					present.
				8758 to MASDC
				8760 (MSN 580-6544) to KLu as M-53 in 1964.  SOC Jul 31, 1971.  To N647
				8761 (324th FIWS) crashed near Quezzane, Morocco Oct 22, 1958
				8764 to MASDC
				8765 to MASDC
				8769 to MASDC Dec 21, 1964.
				8770 to MASDC
				8777 to MASDC
				8778 to MASDC
				8779 to MASDC
				8782 to MASDC
				8783 to MASDC
				8785 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965.
				8786 was on static display at Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  To Aviation Heritage Park, Bowling Green,
					Kentucky Sep 24, 2011.
				8788 to MASDC Jul 21, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
				8789 to MASDC Sep 24, 1964
				8790 to MASDC Jul 14, 1964
				8797 to MASDC Sep 24, 1964
				8803 to MASDC Apr 3, 1964
				8806 to MASDC
				8808 to MASDC
				8810 to MASDC Oct 9, 1964
				8814 on display at VFW Post 8491, Prentice, Wisconsin
				8818 crashed 5 mi from base while attempting to land at Craig AFB,
					AL Sep 15, 1959.  Instructor and student pilot killed.
				8820 SOC Dec 2, 1963 and to France under MAP
				8821 to MASDC Apr 14, 1964
				8824 (MSN 580-6608) to KLu as M-56 in 1964.  SOC Jan 31, 1971.  To N646.  Noted Jan
					1993 at Northrop Rice Aviation University, Los Angeles, CA.
				8828 (MSN 580-6612) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18828.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 51-8828 
				8829 (MSN 580-6613) to Italian AF as MM51-8829.  Noted dismantled at the Flying Tigers Museum, Toco, Texas
					in October 1991. To civil register as N8829A but was de-registered in February 2005.
				8830 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10005
				8831 (MSN 580-6615) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18831.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 51-8831
				8832 (MSN 580-6616) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18832.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 51-8832
				8833 (MSN 580-6617) to Portuguese AF as 1901
				8834 to Italian AF.  W/o Mar 18, 1945 i Porto di Manfredonia (Foggia)
				8835 (MSN 580-6619) to Royal Danish AF Apr 27, 1953 as 18835, codes as TR-835, later as DT-835.  Scrapped 
					in 1983 at Bjerringbro
51-8836/8870		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6620/6654
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131786/131820
51-8871/8939		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6655/6723.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8876 to MASDC
				8877 to MASDC
				8878 to MASDC
				8880 on display at Beatrice, Nebraska airport mounted on a pole
				8883 to MASDC Oct 21, 1964
				8884 (MSN 580-6668) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1961 as 18884, coded DT-884.  WFU Feb 10, 1975.
					To Stauning Nov 26, 1978.  Registration OY-TBB reserved since Nov 14, 2003.
				8886 to MASDC
				8887 to MASDC
				8888 to MASDC Apr 30, 1964
				8894 to MASDC
				8896 on display at Elk City MAP, Oklahoma Oct 2007
				8897 to MASDC
				8900 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
				8905 (MSN 580-6689) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1971 as 18884, coded as DT-905. WFU Feb 28, 1977.
					Preserved at Historiske Foreng Museet, Denmark
				8908 to MASDC
				8913 to MASDC Apr 30, 1964
				8914 to MASDC
				8923 (MSN 580-6707) to Royal Danish AF May 13, 1961 as 18923, coded as DT-923.  Stored in Vandel.  
					Was one of a trio displayed in formation at entrance to Mobilkium Museum, Billund, Denmark
					Currently on display at Danmarks Tekniske Museum, Helsingor.
				8924 to MASDC
				8925 to MASDC
				8927 to MASDC
				8928 to Portuguese AF as 1902
				8929 to Greek AF
				8933 (MSN 580-6717 to Royal Danish AF Jun 8, 1953 as 19833, code TR-933.  Crashed Mar 16, 1954 in
					Arhus Bay, Kattegat
				8935 to Italian AF
				8936 to Italian AF
				8937 to Italian AF
				8938 (MSN 580-6702) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18938.  W/o May 11, 1964 near Randalberg, Norway.
				8939 to Italian AF
51-8940/8953		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6274/6737
				Transferred to US Navy as TV-2 BuNo 131821/131834
51-8954/9039		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6738/6823.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				8955 to MASDC
				8957 to MASDC
				8959 donoted to town of Defuniak Springs, Florida Nov 11, 1964 for display at the airport.
					Sits on a concrete slab poured Oct 29, 1964.
				8962 to MASDC Oct 27, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Sep 18, 1969
				8965 mounted on pole at American Legion Post 41, West Helena, Arkansas
				8972 to MASDC Apr 20, 1964
				8974 (36th FDW) crashed  mi WSW of Nouasseur AB, Morocco Mar 26, 1958.
				8975 SOC Jun 26, 1963 and to Staravia Ltd of Lasham, England as scrap.
				8977 to MASDC
				8981 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
				8983 to MASDC
				8988 to MASDC
				8994 to MASDC
				8996 to MASDC
				8997 to MASDC Nov 9, 1964
				8998 to MASDC May 19, 1964
				8999 to MASDC
				9000 to MASDC
				9004 To MASDC Oct 12, 1964.  Transferred from Davis Monthan to USN March 1972
				9005 to MASDC Oct 8, 1969
				9007 to MASDC Oct 13, 1964
				9008 to MASDC 
				9013 to MASDC Oct 12, 1964
				9016 to MASDC Jul 10, 1964
				9017 to MASDC Mar 25, 1964
				9020 to MASDC Oc5 12, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Sep 13, 1971
				9022 on display at airport at Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.
				9026 to MASDC
				9028 (MSN 580-6812) to KLu as M-5 in 1953.  SOC Jun 2, 1972.  In storage National Military Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands
				9029 (MSN 580-6813) to KLu as M-6 in 1953.  SOC May 26, 1972
				9030 to Italian AF
				9031 to Italian AF
				9032 (MSN 580-6816) to Belgium as FT13 Jul 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF, flown
					to Sculthorpe, England Nov 267, 1979.  To Yugoslav AF, converted to TT-13 target towing aircraft
					Oct 1980.  Last noted in service 1984.  To NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May, NJ Sep 2000
				9033 (MSN 580-6817 MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19033.  MAP to Italian AF as MM51-9033
				9036 to French AF.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.  Now on display at Newark Air Museum, Newark, UK
				9037 to Italian AF
				9039 (MSN 580-6823) to Hellenic AF.   As Hellenic Air Force 59039 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
51-9040/9075		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6824/6859
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131835/131870
51-9076/9149		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6860/6933.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				9076 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
				9077 (7221st ABS) crashed by Mar 28, 1960.
				9079 (MSN 580-6863) on display in Hobart, Indiana in Apr 1998 and still there Aug 2009.
				9080 on display at Skiatook MAP, Oklahoma Oct 2007
				9081 to MASDC Jan 28, 1966
				9086 (MSN 580-6870) assigned to 3555 FTW, Perrin AFB, TX.
					Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 30, 1961 to Jan 11, 1963
					Registered as NASA 523.  Assigned to the city of Hampton, VA for display
					Noted on display at Hampton Air Power Park, Virginia Aug 23, 2003
				9087 to MASDC Feb 12, 1965
				9089 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964
				9091 involved in a ground taxi accident at Pinecastle AFB on 07/31/53 with a parked aircraft 51-6703.  In 2011 was on
					static display at the former Houma NAS, Louisiana without serial numbers.  In 2013 had correct serial number
					displayed.
				9092 to MASDC
				9100 on display at city of Velva, North Dakota
				9101 to MASDC
				9102 (MSN 580-6886) to Royal Danish AF Apr 24, 1961 as 19102, coded as DT-102.  Converted to ECM.  WFU
					Sep 3, 19784.  Used as decoy. Stored in Vandel
				9104 (MSN 580-6888) in 1973 was on display at Robertsdale, Alabama
				9105 to MASDC
				9106 (MSN 580-6890) to civil registry as N11987.  Registration
					cancelled May 2, 2007 as "destroyed"
				9107 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
				9109 to MASDC as TC707 Jul 28, 1966
				9111 on display at city of Fairbury, Nebraska
				9112 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
				9113 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965
				9114 to MASDC Dec 28, 1964
				9116 to MASDC
				9121 to MASDC
				9126 to MASDC
				9127 (MSN 580-6911) on civil register in 1979 as N123MJ and currently as N9127
				9128 on civil registry as N11988.
				9131 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
				9134 to MASDC
				9137 to MASDC
				9138 (MSN 580-6922) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF as TF11-4/03.  May have been with Italian AF before that.  SOC
					Apr 26, 1968
				9139 to Italian AF?
				9140 to Italian AF
				9141 to Italian AF
				9142 to Italian AF
				9143 to Italian aF
				9144 to Royal Danish AF Jul 23, 1953 as 19144, coded as TR-144, later as DT-144.  W/o Mar 26, 1971 near Haderslev
				9145 to Italian AF
				9146 to Royal Danish AF Jul 3, 1953 as 19146, coded as TR-146, later as DT-146.  W/o Jul 13, 1967 near Skrydstrup AB
				9148 (MSN 580-6932) to KLu as M-7 in 1953.  W/o Ju 3, 1957.
				9149 (MSN 580-6933) to KLu as M-8 in 1953.  W/o Feb 6 1967
51-9150/9167		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-6934/6951
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131871/131888
				9157 transferred to US Navy as 131878.  Assigned to Naval Air Material Center [NAMATCEN], Philadelphia, PA
					Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 1, 1959 to Oct 1, 1962
					Registered as NASA 224.
					Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX Oct 1, 1962
					Mounted on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				9160 (MSN 580-6944) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF s TF11-6/10 Dec 26, 1967.  W/o Jun 6, 1972
51-9168/9310		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-6952/7094.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				9168 (MSN 580-6952). To French AF as 19168. To Royal Thai AF December 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-GBEP
				9174 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
				9175 to MASDC Feb 8, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventoyry Aug 9, 1971.
				9178 to MASDC
				9179 converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF as TF11-7/10 Dec 26, 1967.  SOC Jul 5, 1995.  Stored at Hat Yai,
					then to Bangkok 2003.
				9180 to MASDC Nov 30, 1964.
				9181 crashed on ranch 20 mi NE of Rock Springs, Texas Nov 23, 1953, same day as crash of 51-9243 at same place.
				9184 to MASDC Jun 17, 1964
				9186 to MASDC 
				9188 to MASDC
				9191 (MSN 580-6975) to Mexican AF as JE-005. W/o Mar 26, 1980
				9192 to MASDC
				9193 to MASDC
				9195 to MASDC Jul 10, 1964
				9196 (MSN 580-6980) to Mexican AF as JE-006.  Preserved at Base Aerea Militar no 1, Santa Lucia Estado de Mexico.
				9197 to MASDC as TC712 Jul 29, 1966.
				9199 to Guatemala AF as FAG 707.  W/o Sep 26, 1967
				9201 to MASDC
				9202 to MASDC
				9209 to MASDC
				9212 to MASADC Jan 23, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
				9218 to MASDC
				9220 (MSN 580-7286) to Spanish AF as E.51-49 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP.  Noted on display at Leon AB Sep 2013.
				9225 W/o Sep 9, 1963
				9227 disappeared over Pacific Ocean after takeoff from LAX Oct 15, 1955.  Two crew killed.  Wreckage discoverd Sep 2009.
				9230 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964.
				9233 to MASDC Apr 3, 1964 
				9235 (MSN 580-7019) to MASDC Aug 14, 1964.  Put on display at Buffalo MAP, Minneapolis in Aug 2007. 
				9237 (MSN 580-7021) with 57th Ftr Intr Sq, 23rd FG crash landed on road after engine flameout Jan 25, 1956
					15 mi SW of Presque Isle AFB, Maine.  Pilot survived but unsuccessfuly attempted, with help of
					civilians to pul crew mate from burning aircraft.
				9238 to MASDC as TC707 Jun 4, 1964.
				9239 to MASDC
				9243 crashed on ranch 20 mi NE of Rock Springs, Texas Nov 23, 1953, same day as crash of 51-9181 at same place.
				9248 to Belgium as FT14 Sep 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Sculthorpe, England
					Nov 26, 1979.  To Yugoslavian AF, converted to TT-13 target towing aircraft as 10055 Oct 1980.  
					To Naval Air Station Wildwood Foundation at Cape May Airport, Rio Grande, New Jersey Sep 1995. 
				9249 presumably became MM51-9249 of Italian AF.  In 1987 on display 
					at Italian AF Museum, Vigna di Valle
				9251 to Italian AF
				9252 to French AF.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe. Then noted in 1982 at Hailsham, UK in USAF colors,
					presumably for a museum.  By 1990 was at Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, England
				9253 to Italian AF
				9254 (MSN 580-7038) to KLu as M-9 in 1953.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
				9259 to Italian AF
				9260 to MASDC Aug 4, 1964
				9262 to MASDC
				9263 located on a memorial near Brooklyn, Ohio Municipal Complex
				9265 (MSN 580-7049) to Royal Danish AF Jul 9, 1961 as 19265, coded as DT-265.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 in hangar 
					fire at Karup AB.
				9266 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
				9267 (MSN 580-7051) to Mexican AF as JE-007.
				9269 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				9271 (MSN 580-7055) on civil registry as N16697.  Noted 1990 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
				9273 to MASDC Dec 7, 1964
				9275 to MASDC
				9276 to MASDC
				9277 to MASDC
				9281 to Guatemala AF as FAG 714.
				9282 on display with Iowa ANG, Sioux City, Iowa
				9283 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
				9284 to MASDC Jun 30, 1964.
				9287 to MASDC
				9288 to MASDC Dec 10, 1964
				9289 (MSN 580-7073) to Royal Danish AF Apr 6, 1961 as 19289, coded as as DT-289.  Converted to ECM.
					WFU Mar 9, 1977.  Used as a decoy.  Stored in Vandel.  Was one of a trio displayhed in formation at
					entrance to Mobilium Museum, Billund, Denmark
				9290 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
				9292 to MASDC
				9293 to MASDC Jun 25, 1964
				9295 to MASDC as TC715 Aug 1, 1966
				9296 to MASDC
				9297 to MASDC
				9299 to MASDC Feb 8, 1965
				9303 to MASDC Oct 28, 1964
				9306 to MASDC Sep 24, 1964
				9308 to MASDC
				9310 to MASDC
51-9311/9320		General Motors F-84F-1-GK Thunderstreak
				9312 displayed at Fort Jordan Museum, Clayton, NM in 1978
				9313 Ca.1953: TOS USAF.  By 1956: 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ.
					1957: 170th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 126th Fighter-Bomber Group, Capitol Airport, Springfield, IL.
					1957: 169th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 182nd Fighter-Bomber Wing, Peoria, IL.
					1957: SOC. Disposed of by Class 26.
					Ca.1971: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					Ca. 1971.  Put on display on a pylon with Illinois ANG at Greater Peoria AP, Illinois
				9320 to MASDC.  Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
51-9321/9335		General Motors F-84F-5-GK Thunderstreak
				9327 to range target at NAS China Lane, CA by Aug 1959
				9329 on civil registry as N7145C
51-9336/9356		General Motors F-84F-10-GK Thunderstreak
				9339 displayed in City Park, Mattoon, IL in 1970s
				9340 displayed at gate to Cannon AFB, NM in 1978
				9343 displayed at Ocin, IL in 1970s
				9345 to GF-84F at Sheppard TTC, TX in 1962.  Cockpit fuselage
					section now in possession of a private owner.
				9350 displayed at Elkhard, Indiana in 1970s, then put on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, 
					Edwards AFB, California.
				9356 displayed on gate at Holloman AFB, NM in 1977.  Gone by 1978.
51-9357/9409		General Motors F-84F-25-GK Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				9357 to MASDC as FA223 Aug 15, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
					Forward fuselage at Texas Air Museum-Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX
				9359 displayed at Oak Park, MI in 1970s
				9360 w/o Nov 7, 1959 in midair collision with PA-22 N9609 over Dover Mansfield, OH
				9361 on static display with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti,
					 Michigan
				9364 displayed at Dyess AFB, Texas
				9365 preserved at Wisconsin ANG, Camp Douglas, Volk Field, Wisconsin.
				9369 to MASDC as FA238 Aug 29, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				9370 damaged on ground at MacDill AFB Nov 5, 1962 when airman accidentally fired a rocket pod 
					on another aircraft during weapons maintenance.
				9376 to MASDC as FA212 Jul 22, 1971. To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Jul 16, 1973
				9378 to MASDC
				9379 to MASDC as FA175
				9380 to MASDC as FA236 Aug 20, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 10, 1975
				9381 on display at Grissom AB, Indiana, then to Merrill MAP, Wisconsin in 1993
				9382 displayed at Cobb County Youth Museum, Marietta, Georgia
				9385 on display at Volk Field ANGB, WI
				9387 to MASDC Jun 17, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				9390 seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
				9396 displayed at Holloman AFB, New Mexico as 51-5396.
				9403 to MASDC
				9404 became instructional airframe at Northwestern State Technical Institute, Hamilton, AL as N8520.  Noted
					Mar 2004 on display at Birmingham IAP, IL
				9405 to MASDC as FA225 Aug 16, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				9406 to MASDC as FA226 Aug 16, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM.
					Seen in desert at New Mexico Tech facility, Socorro, NM
				9408 displayed at Wright Patterson AFB, OH
51-9410/9454		General Motors F-84F-30-GK Thunderstreak
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				9414 to MASDC
				9415 (166th TFS/OH ANG) crashed 6.5 mi SE of Etain AB, France after engine flameout
					Jan 30, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
				9418 to MASDC
				9419 displayed at American Legion Post 8, Wenona, Illinois
				9420 became instructional airframe at Area Technical School,
					Winona, MN as N9450, then displayed at Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, WA
				9421 to MASDC
				9422 Ca.1953: TOS USAF. Assigned to 2850th Air Base Wing, Brookley AFB, AL.
					By 1956: 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner Field (later Turner Air Force Base), GA.
					1956: 4900th Air Base Group, Kirtland AFB, NM.
					1956:  810th Air Base Group, Biggs AFB, TX.
					1956: 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner Air Force Base, GA.
					4/1/57: Unit redesignated as 31st Fighter-Bomber Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1957: 110th Bombardment Squadron (Light), 131st Fighter-Bomber Wing (ANG), Lambert Field, St. Louis, MO.
					1959: SOC, disposed of by Class 26.
					By 1971: Headquarters, Missouri Air National Guard Base, Lambert Field, St. Louis, MO. Displayed as gate guardian.
					By 2002: American Legion Post 253, Festus, MO. Displayed mounted on concrete pads for landing gear.
				9423 to MASDC
				9429 to MASDC as FA235 Aug 19, 1971.  To allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 3, 1975
				9430 displayed at McGuire AFB, NJ as 27066
				9432 on display at March Field Museum, California.
				9433 on display at Castle AFB, California.
				9441 to MASDC
				9444 Ca.1953: TOS USAF. Assigned to 12th Strategic Fighter Wing, Bergstrom AFB, TX.
					1956: 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1957: Unit name changed to 31st Fighter Bomber Wing.
					1957: 401st Fighter-Bomber Group, England AFB, LA.
					1958: 119th Fighter Squadron (ANG), McGuire AFB, NJ.
					8/5/58: Unit moved to Atlantic City, NJ.
					1962: 559th Fighter Squadron, 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, MacDill AFB, FL.
					1964: 366th Tactical Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, NM.
					1964: 169th Fighter Squadron (ANG), Peoria ANGB, IL.
					1970: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					11/70: Loaned to City of Cedar Rapids, IA.  The 22 November 1970 issue of the Cedar Rapids Gazette has 
						a photo of this plane at the Cedar Rapids Airport the previous day 11/21/70, when it was ferried 
						there for loan to the City of Cedar Rapids!
					12/3/70: Placed on display at Seminole Valley Park, Cedar Rapids, IA. (Cedar Rapids Gazette, 
						12/4/90, has photos of the plane being towed to the park). 
					It is still displayed at the park, in poor condition..  
				9446 to N4038.  Became instructional airframe at George Baker School, Miami 1976 to 1981
					Registration N4038 cancelled Apr 16, 2004 as 'destroyed'
				9447 to MASDC as FA222 Aug 11, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ apr 10, 1975
				9449 to MASDC as FA217 Jul 30, 1971.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Jul 16, 1973
				9451 displayed with AMVET Post 51 in Wilson Park, Granite City, Illinois Oct 1971 to Oct 1998
51-9455/9503		General Motors F-84F-35-GK Thunderstreak
				9455 used for test of GBU-10 Paveway I (BLU-109 penetrator/Mk 84 2000-lb bomb
					combination) on range 52 at Eglin AFB, FL Jul 1976.  Wreck was still there
					Jan 1977.
				9456 Ca. 1953: TOS USAF. Assigned to 808th Air Base Group, Bergstrom AFB, TX.
					Ca.1953: 508th Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1956: 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ.
					1958: 164th Fighter Squadron (ANG), 121st Fighter-Bomber Group, Mansfield, OH.
					Ca.1970: Unknown owner, but apparently displayed at an Ohio ANG base.
					Ca.1970: USAF Museum Loan Program.
					By 1977:  Loaned to EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI.
					By 6/04: Loaned to Grissom Air Museum, Grissom Air Reserve Base, Peru-Kokomo, IN
				9477 to MASDC as FA178 Mayu 21, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM
				9480 seen in restoration lot at Cradle Of Aviation Museum, Garden City, Long Island in 2009.   
					On display at American Airpower Museum, Farmingdale, New York
				9486 (15th TFW) flew through top of trees on approach to skip bombing target at Avon Park gunnery range Oct 1, 1962.  Pilot was
					uninjured and landed safely at MacDill AFB.  Aircraft received major damge.  Now on display with 
					city of Artesia, New Mexico
				9495 Ca.1953: TOS USAF.  1954: 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1957: 401st Fighter Bomber Group, England AFB, LA.
					1957: 366th Fighter Bomber Wing, England AFB, LA.
					Ca. 1958: 170th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 183rd Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), Springfield, IL.
					"Served initially in Europe with the 170th and wearing a similar bare aluminum finish to 
						what she wears today, 51-9495 formed part of the group of Special Delivery Squadrons that 
						stood on 24hr alert for nuclear strike missions on Soviet or Warsaw Pact targets through 1962. 
						Returned stateside and spending its remaining years flying out of Capital Airport, 
						51-9495 was eventually painted in Vietnam War-era camouflage markings as the 170th 
						trained pilots for deployment to Southeast Asia." (Wikimapia)
					1963: 170th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 183rd Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), Springfield, IL.
					4/72: SOC. Relocated to Eglin to serve as a live fire range target, but then selected for 
						preservation at the Armament Museum.
					1972: NMUSAF Loan Program. Loaned to the USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
					1972: Flown by helicopter to the Armament Museum from Eglin range..
				9497 to Greek AF
				9501 to Indiana ANG, to 191st FIS, Michigan ANG.  On display at Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  
					Civil registry N5006 to Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo Nov 19, 1971.  Cancelled same day?
51-9504/9547		General Motors F-84F-40-GK Thunderstreak
				9507 on display at Dobbins JARG, Georgia
				9514 Ca.1954: TOS USAF. Assigned to 508th Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					UNK: 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					UNK: 808th Air Base Group, March AFB, CA.
					UNK: 508th Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1956: 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1956: 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ.
					1958: 163rd Fighter Squadron (ANG), 122nd Fighter-Bomber Group, Baer Field, Ft. Wayne, IN.
					1958: 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (ANG), 127th Fighter Group, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI.
					1958: 163rd Fighter Squadron (ANG), 122nd Fighter-Bomber Group, Baer Field, Ft. Wayne, IN.
					11/73: Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, IN. Donated by the 122nd Tactical Fighter Wing (ANG),
					Mounted on pedestal in front of Coliseum..
				9517 to Luftwaffe as D-108, DD-108.  W/o Oct 22, 1959
				9522 to N6950N with Hawkeye Institute of Technology, Waterloo, IA.  In 2014 was on display at Evergreen
					Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon
				9524 Ca.1954: TOS USAF. Assigned to 508th Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA.
					1956: 27th Strategic Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, NM.
					1957: 158th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 116th Fighter-Bomber Group (ANG), Savannah International Airport, GA.
					1958: 169th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Peoria, IL
					8/4/71: Indian Hills Community College, Ottumwa, IA with c/r N2250Q.
					UNK: Indian Hills Aviation Center, Ottumwa Industrial Airport, IA.
					7/21/10: Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL.
				9525 on display with Ohio ANG, Swanton, Ohio
				9529 to Luftwaffe as D-109, DD-109, DD-361.  To Greece
				9531 2/15/55: TOS USAF.  Assigned to 12th Strategic Fighter Wing (SAC), Bergstrom AFB, TX.
					3/58: 180th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (ANG), 131st Fighter-Bomber Wing, Rosecrans, MO.
					7/58: 110th Bombardment Squadron (Light) (ANG), 131st Fighter-Bomber Wing,  Lambert Field, St. Louis, MO.
					1/1/60: Unit redesignated as 110th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 131st Tactical Fighter Wing.
					10/1/61: Placed on Federal duty as 110th Tactical Fighter Squadron (Tactical Air Command), 
						7131st Tactical Fighter Wing, Toul-Rosieres AB, France.
					7/62: 170th Fighter Squadron, 131st Tactical Fighter Wing (TAC), Capital Airport, Springfield, IL
					8/62: 559th Fighter Squadron, 12th Tactical Fighter Wing, (TAC), MacDill AFB, FL.
					3/64: 366th Tactical Fighter Wing (TAC), Holloman AFB, NM.
					2/65: 102nd Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), Logan, MA.
					8/68: Unit moved to Otis AFB, MA.
					6/71: Chanute Technical Training Center (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL for use as GIA.
					6/71: SOC.
					By 1978: Marked as 19531 and painted as Thunderbird aircraft, displayed in Thunderbird Air Park, Chanute AFB, IL
					By 1993: NMUSAF Loan program.
					1993: Loaned to Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL, painted as '51531'.  This museum is now closed.
					By 9/15: Loaned to Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs International Airport, CA. Disassembled.
					By 1/16: Plane reassembled.
					By 2/16 to by 3/17: Restored as USAF 20675, FS-675.
				9532 (15th TFW) crashed in dense undergrowth at MacDill AFB during forced landing Oct 1, 1963.  Pilot received
					only minor injuries.
				9534 to Luftwaffe as D-124.  W/o Aug 18, 1960
51-9548/9622		Republic F-84E-31-RE Thunderjet
				9548 to French AF
				9549 to French AF
				9550 to French AF
				9551 to French AF
				9552 to French AF
				9553 (MSN 2335-1320) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Sep 10, 1951 as 19553.  Landed gear up at Sola AB
					Sep 12, 1956.   WFU
				9554 to French AF
				9555 to French AF
				9556 to French AF
				9557 to French AF
				9558 (MSN 2335-1325) to Royal Danish AF Aug 27, 1951.  Retained US serial.  WFU Nov 8, 1952
				9559 (MSN 2335-1326) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-12.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 29, 1956 and scrapped
				9561 to French AF
				9562 to French AF
				9563 to French AF
				9564 to French AF
				9565 to French AF
				9566 to French AF
				9567 to French AF
				9568 to French AF
				9569 (MSN 2335-1336) to Royal Danish AF Aug 27, 1951. Retained USAF serial.  WFU Nov 8, 1952.
				9570 (MSN 2335-1337) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19570.  WFU Nov 1956
				9571 to French AF
				9572 (MSN 2335-1339) to French AF.  Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and displayed at the 
					Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
				9573 (MSN 2335-1340) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-13.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 26, 1956 and scrapped.
				9574 to French AF
				9576 (MSN 2335-1343) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19576.  WFU Nov 1956
				9577 to French AF
				9578 (MSN 2335-1345) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19578.  WFU Nov 1956
				9579 (MSN 2335-1346) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-14.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 27, 1956 and scrapped.
				9580 to French AF
				9581 (MSN 2335-1348) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-7.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 29, 1956 and scrapped.
				9582 (MSN 2335-1349) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19582.   WFU Nov 1956
				9583 to Netherlands as K-6/TP-25 in 1951.  SOC 11/16/56.
					To TU-Delft as instructional airframe and in
					Use until 1984.  Put on show at Gilze-Rijen
				9584 (MSN 2335-1351) to Royal Danish AF Aug 27, 1951.  Retained US serial.  WFU Nov 8, 1952
				9585 to Netherlands AF as K-5.  W/o 1956
				9586 (MSN 2335-1353) to Royal Danish AF Aug 27, 1951.  Retained USAF serial.  WFU Nov 8, 1952
				9587 (MSN 2335-1354) to Royal Danish AF Aug 27, 1951.  Retained USAF serial.  WFU Nov 8, 1952
				9588 (MSN 2335-1355) to Royal Danish AF Aug 27, 1951.  Retained USAF serial.  WFU Nov 8, 1952
				9589 to Netherlands AF as K-7.  W/o 1956
				9590 to Netherlands AF as K-19
				9591 to Netherlands AF as K-8/TP-2.  W/o 1956. Remains are in use in Military Aviation Museum at Soesterberg as 
					instructional airframe for chldren 
				9592 to Netherlands AF as K-9 in 1952.
				9593 to Netherlands AF as K-10 in 1952
				9594 to Netherlands AF as K-11.  W/o in 1956
				9595 to Netherlands AF as K-14.  W/o in 1952.
				9596 to Netherlands as as K-15.  To fire practice in 1952
				9597 (MSN 2335-1364) to Netherlands AF as K-12 in 1952.  As K-12 written off on February 7, 1952
				9598 to Netherlands AF as K-13.  W/o in 1952.
				9599 (MSN 2335-1366) to Belgian AF Sep 21, 1951 as FS-17.  Crashed Kleine Brogel Apr 9, 1956. 
					To Technical School, Saffraanberg Jun 21, 1956 as instructional airframe FS-2.  Returned
					to Kleine Brogel Apr 26,  1962 and displayed at Officers Mess as FS-2.  Noted Sep 1, 1991 painted as FS-17..
				9600 to French AF.  Noted in Musee de l'Aeronautique, Nancy Jul 25, 1998
				9601 (MSN 2335-1368) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-5.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 26, 1956 and scrapped.
				9602 (MSN 2335-1369) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-15.  In Cat 5 accident at Florennes May 23, 1952 and
					declared writeoff.  To Technical School at Saffraanberg Sep 11, 1952 and used as instructional airframe.
				9603 (MSN 2335-1370) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-8.  Crashed Nov 29, 1951 in the Bois de Massendre, N of Givet
					during mock dogfight with Gloster Meteor.
				9604 to Netherlands AF as K-16.  W/o in 1954.
				9605 (MSN 2335-1372) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-9.  Returned to USAF at Erding Aug 29, 1956 and scrapped.
				9606 (MSN 2335-1373) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-16.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 29, 1956 and scrapped.
				9607 (MSN 2335-1374) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-6.  Returned to USAF Jun 27, 1956
				9608 (MSN 2335-1375) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-10.  Cat 5 accident at Bitburg, West Germany Nov 26, 1952.
					Declared a write-off.  Returned to USAF Jul 2, 1956
				9609 (MSN 2335/1376) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-11.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jul 2, 1956 and scrapped.
				9610 to Netherlands AF as K-18.  Preserved 1957
				9611 to Netherlands AF as K-21.  W/o in 1953.
				9612 to Netherlands AF as K-20.  W/o in 1953
				9613 (MSN 2335-1380) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-18.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 26, 1956 and scrapped.
				9614 (MSN 2335-1381) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-19.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jul 2, 1956 and scrapped.
				9615 (MSN 2335-1382) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-21.  W/o Jan 23, 1956 when crqshed at Zoersel due to loss of
					situation awareness in clouds.
				9616 (MSN 2335-1383) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-20.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 27, 1956 and scrapped.
				9617 to French AF
				9618 to French AF
				9619 (MSN 2335-1386) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19619.  WFU Nov 1956
				9620 to French AF
				9621 (MSN 2335-1388) to Netherlands AF as K-17 in 1952.  As K-17 written offon October 16, 1951
				9622 to French AF
51-9623/9707		Republic F-84G-2-RE Thunderjet
				9623 to Netherlands AF az K-22
				9624 to Greek AF
				9625 to French AF
				9626 to French AF
				9627 to Belgium as FZ-4.  To Turkish AF.
				9628 to Turkish AF
				9629 to French AF
				9630 to French AF
				9631 to French AF
				9632 to French AF
				9633 to French AF
				9634 to French AF
				9635 to French AF
				9636 to Netherlands AF as K-29 in 1952.  Written off
				9637 (MSN 2336-090B) to Belgium as FZ-14.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 15, 1956 as 19637, coded AT-H.  W/o Apr 25, 1957 at Logstor
				9638 to French AF
				9639 to French AF, also to Greek AF?
				9640 to Greek AF
				9641 to French AF
				9642 to French AF
				9643 to French AF
				9644 to French AF
				9645 to French AF
				9646 to French AF
				9647 to Turkish AF
				9648 to French AF
				9649 to Turkish AF
				9650 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkish AF
				9651 to Greek AF
				9652 to Netherlands AF as K-24.  Later to Greek AF
				9653 to Greek AF
				9654 to French AF
				9655 to Turkish AF
				9656 to Turkish AF
				9657 to French AF
				9658 to French AF
				9659 to French AF
				9660 to French AF
				9661 to French AF
				9662 to French AF
				9663 (MSN 2336-116B) to Netherlands AF, later to Royal Danish AF Oct 8, 1955 as 19663, coded AT-F.  
					WFU Oct 28, 1958.  Used as a target.  Scrapped
				9664 to Greek AF
				9667 to Turkish AF
				9668 to Turkish AF
				9669 to French AF
				9671 to Belgium as FZ-8.  To Turkish AF.
				9672 (MSN 2336-125B) to Netherlands AF as K-30, later to Belgium as FZ-25.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 28, 1956 
					as 19672, coded AT-C. WFU Oct 8, 1959.  Used as a target.  Scrapped
				9673 to Belgium as FZ-3.  W/o Jan 12, 1953.
				9674 (MSN 2336-127B) to Belgium as FZ-11.  To Royal Danish AF Sep 21, 1956 as 19674, coded as AT-B.  W/o Nov 2, 1958 
					at Aalborg AFB
				9675 (MSN 2336-128B) to Belgium as FZ-19.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 28, 1956 as 19675, coded as AT-A.  W/o Feb 26, 1959 
					near Vester Tirup.
				9676 (MSN 2336-129B) to Belgium as FZ-7.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 28, 1956 as 19676, coded as AT-G.  W/o Oct 10, 1958 
					at Aalborg AFB
				9677 to French AF
				9678 to Belgium as FZ-20.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				9679 to Turkish AF
				9680 to Italian AF
				9681 (MSN 2336-134B) to Belgium as FZ-10.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 2, 1956 as 19681, coded as FS-681, later AT-D.
					Used as a decoy.
				9682 (MSN 2336-135B) to Netherlands as K-39.  Later to Royal Danish AF Aug 23, 1956 as 19682, coded AT-E.  
					WFU Nov 20, 1959.  Used as a decoy.
				9684 to Belgium as FZ-6.  W/o May 17, 1954.
				9685 to Greek AF
				9686 to Turkish AF
				9687 to French AF
				9688 to Netherlands AF as K-26.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				9689 to Turkish AF
				9690 to Turkish AF.  Midair collision with another F-84 and
					crashed at Eskisehir May 18, 1957.
				9691 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at end of runway at Eskisehir Jun 10, 1955
				9693 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Mutlukoy/Balikesir Oct 1, 1954.
				9694 to Belgium as FZ-5.  To Turkish AF.
				9695 to Greek AF
				9696 to Belgium as FZ-1.  To instructional airframe at Saffraanberg
				9697 to Greek AF
				9698 to Turkish AF
				9699 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9701 to Netherlands AF as K-27 in 1955.  Written off
				9702 to Belgium as FZ-18.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  Later to Royal Thai AF
				9703 to Netherlands AF as K-34.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				9704 to Netherlands AF as K-23.  W/o in 1956
				9706 to Netherlands AF as K-37.  Later to Turkish AF
				9707 (MSN 2336-160B) to Belgium as FZ-2.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 8, 1956 as 19707,coded AG-T, later SE-V.  
					WFU Aug 24, 1960.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
51-9708/9964		Republic F-84G-6-RE Thunderjet
				9708 to Italian AF
				9709 (MSN 2336-162B) to Belgium as FZ-12.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 8, 1956 as 19709, coded KR-T, later SY-H.
					WFU Nov 28, 1958.  Used as a decoy.
				9710 (MSN 2336-163B) to Netherlands AF as K-36.  Later to Royal Danish AF Feb 2, 1956 as 19710, coded as SE-U.  
					WFU May 14, 1959.  Scrapped
				9711 (MSN 2336-164B) to Belgium as FZ-15.  To Royal Danish AF  Mayh 30, 1956 as 19711.  WFU Oct 29, 1959.
					Damaged, used as a decoy.
				9712 (MSN 2336-165B) to Belgium as FZ-16.  To Royal Danish AF as 19712 May 30, 1956, coded SY-Q, later AT-O.  
					Scrapped, tail section went to Norway
				9713 to Netherlands AF as K-35.  Written off
				9714 to Turkish AF
				9715 to Belgium as FZ-21.  to Turkish AF
				9716 to Belgium as FZ-13.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  To Portugal as FAP 5194.  W/o Mar 11, 1958,
					Coruche, Santarém
				9717 to French AF
				9718 (MSN 2336-171B) to Netherlands AF as K-38.  Later to Royal Danish AF Feb 2, 1957 as 19718, coded as KP-A.  
					Damaged and WFU Aug 28, 1958.  Scrapped
				9719 to French AF
				9720 to French AF
				9721 to Belgium as FZ-17.  W/o May 17, 1954.
				9722 (MSN 2336-175B) to Netherlands AF as K-40.  Later to Royal Danish AF Dec 14, 1955 as 19722, coded as AT-M.  
					WFU Aug 2, 1959.  Scrapped
				9723 (MSN 2336-176B) to Belgium as FZ-9.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 5, 1956 as 19723, coded as SY-U.  
					W/o Aug 21, 1957 near Toftlund
				9724 (MSN 2336-177B) to Netherlands as K-53.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1956 as 19724, coded as KR-G, later
					SE-D, later SY-V.  WFU Jul 12, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				9725 to Netherlands AF as K-28.  Later to Greek AF
				9726 to French AF
				9727 to French AF
				9728 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9729 to Netherlands AF as K-160.  Later to Turkish AF
				9730 to French AF
				9731 to French AF
				9732 to Greek AF
				9733 to French AF
				9735 to French AF
				9736 to Belgium as FZ-35.  To Yugoslav AF
				9737 (MSN 2336-190B) to Netherlands AF as K-45. Later to Royal Danish AF Feb 2, 1957 as 19737, coded as AT-K.  
					WFU May 30, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				9738 to French AF
				9739 to Italian AF
				9740 to Italian AF, later to Greek AF
				9741 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9742 to Italian AF
				9743 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9744 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9745 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9746 to French AF, later to Greek AF
				9747 to Greek AF
				9748 to Italian AF
				9749 to Belgium as FZ-26.   W/o Aug 12, 1954.
				9750 to Belgium as FZ-34.  To Greek AF
				9751 to Italian AF
				9752 to Greek AF as 19752.  Preserved at Larissa AB, Greece.
				9753 to Italian AF
				9755 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9756 to Turkish AF
				9757 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9758 to Italian AF
				9759 to French AF
				9760 to Netherlands AF as K-41. Written off
				9761 to Italian AF.  W/o in 1953
				9762 to Belgium as FZ-36.  To Turkish AF.
				9763 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9764 to Belgium as FZ-22.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  Later to Royal Thai AF
				9765 to Greek AF
				9766 to French AF
				9767 to Netherlands AF as K-82.  Written off
				9768 to Netherlands AF as K-62.  Written off
				9769 to French AF
				9770 to Belgium as FZ-23.  W/o Aug 18, 1954.
				9771 (MSN 2336-224B) to Netherlands as K-46.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jan 30, 1956 as 19771, coded as KUM, later
					SI-K.  Damaged and WFU.  Scrapped
				9772 to Belgium as FZ-25.  To Turkish AF
				9773 to French AF
				9774 (MSN 2336-227B) to Belgium as FZ-34.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 2, 1956 as 19774, coded as KP-Y.  
					W/o Jun 11, 1958 near Hals Barre
				9775 to French AF
				9776 to Netherlands AF as K-47 in 1952.  Written off.
				9777 to French AF
				9778 to French AF
				9779 (MSN 2336-232B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 22, 1952 as 19779.  W/o Apr 25, 1953 at Vistoft
				9780 to Netherlands AF as K-56.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				9781 to Netherlands AF as K-67.  Written off
				9783 to Netherlands AF as K-54.  W/o in 1957.
				9784 to Turkish AF
				9785 (MSN 2336-238B) to Netherlands AF as K-69.  Later to Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1956 as 19785, coded as SI-Q.  
					W/o Jan 29, 1959 at Vaerlose AFB 
				9786 to Turkish AF
				9787 to Netherlands AF as K-42.  Later to Belgium as FZ-42.  W/o Apr 17, 1953.
				9788 to Netherlands AF as K-70.  Returned to USAF in 1956, later to Turkish AF
				9789 to Netherlands AF as K-104.  Later to Turkish AF
				9791 to Netherlands AF as K-82.  Returned to USAF in 1957, later to Turkish AF
				9792 (MSN 2336-245B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 16,1952 as 197892, coded as KP-K.  Damaged and WFU Sep 14, 1954.
					To Veteran Car Museum, Egeskov Castle, Denmark.  Transferred to RDAF Historical Collection, currently
					being restored at Karup AB.
				9793 (MSN 2336-246B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 28, 1952 as 19793, coded as KP-S.  W/o Mar 19, 1960 at Aalborg AB.
					WFU Apr 25, 1960
				9794 to French AF
				9795 to Turkish AF
				9796 to French AF
				9797 to French AF
				9798 to French AF
				9799 to Italian AF
				9800 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9801 to Belgium as FZ-40.  Store at Chateauroux, France
				9802 (MSN 2436-255B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 13, 1952 as 19802, coded as KP-M.  WFU Sep 24, 1958, used
					as a target.  Scrapped
				9803 (MSN 2436-256B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 13, 1952 as 19803, coded as FS-803, KP-N, A-803. WFU Jul 5, 1961.
					Restoration as gateguard Torp AB, Norway
				9804 (MSN 2436-257B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19804.  Crash landed Aug 1, 1952 at Sola
				9805 to French AF
				9806 to French AF
				9807 to Turkish AF
				9808 (MSN 2436-261B) to Royal Danish AF Sep 9, 1952 as 19808.  W/o Feb 5, 1953 when crashlanded at Karup AFB.
				9809 (MSN 2436-262B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 1, 1952 as 19809, coded as KP-P.  W/o Jun 16, 1956 at Skrydstrup AFB
				9810 to Netherlands AF as K-57.  Later to Turkish AF
				9811 (MSN 2436-264B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 18, 1952 asl 19811, coded as KP-Q.  W/o Sep 27, 1955 at Traellose
				9812 (MSN 2436-265B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19812
				9813 (MSN 2436-266B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 10, 1952 as 19813, coded as KP-R.  Damaged by bird strike, WFU Oct 4, 1955.
				9814 (MSN 2436-267B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1952 as 19814, coded FS-803, later as KP-G.  W/o Jan 27, 1959 at 
					Tranum
				9815 (MSN 2436-268B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Jul 12, 1952 as 19815.  Overran runway 
					Sep 3, 1957 and pilot raised the landing gear to stop.  WFU.
				9816 to French AF
				9817 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9818 (MSN 2436-271B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Jul 12, 1952 as 19818.  Nosewheel strut broke May 20, 1958.
					WFU.
				9819 (MSN 2436-272B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 19, 1952 as 19819, coded as AT-L. WFU Jul 16, 1958.  Used as a
					target. Scrapped
				9820 (MSN 2436-273B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19820
				9821 (MSN 2436-274B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 30, 1952 as 19821, coded as SE-E. WFU Dec 7, 1960.  Scrapped
				9822 (MSN 2436-275B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Jul 22, 1952 as 19822.  Crashed due to
					engine failure Sep 1, 1952.  Pilot ejected but still in seat
					when he hit the sea and drowned.
				9823 (MSN 2436-276B) to Norwegian AF Jun 15, 1952.  DBR Jan 28, 1957
					when rocket exploded under left wing during air to ground
					practice attack.  Pilot was able to return to Sola AB, but
					aircraft was beyond repair.
				9824 (MSN 2436-277B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Jun 26, 1952 as 19824.  Crashed into
					mountain Jan 7, 1953 near Jorpeland, Norway when pilot tried
					to penetrate overcast while flying in formation with 51-9832.
					Pilot killed.
				9825 (MSN 2436-278B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 25, 1952 as 19825, coded as KP-F. WFU Sep 9, 1958, Scrapped
				9826 (MSN 2436-279B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 17, 1952 as 19826, coded as KP-X.  W/o Dec 6, 1954 at Fano
				9827 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9828 to Belgium as FZ-32.  W/o Jan 26, 1954.
				9829 (MSN 2436-282B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19829
				9830 (MSN 2436-283B) MAP to Norwegian AF Jun 27, 1952 19830, as RI-G, MU-G, then MU-H.  WFU
					May 30, 1957
				9831 to Turkish AF
				9832 (MSN 2436-285B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF Jun 26, 1952 as 19832.  Crashed into
					mountain Jan 7, 1953 near Jorpeland, Norway when pilot tried
					to penetrate overcast while flying in formation with 51-9824.
					Pilot killed.
				9833 (MSN 2436-286B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19833.  W/o Aug 21, 1952
				9834 to Turkish AF
				9836 to French AF
				9837 to Belgium as FZ-28.  To Portuguese AF
				9838 (MSN 2436-291B) to Royal Netherlands AF as K-108.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 12, 1956 as 19838, coded as SI-A 
					in 1956.  On display at playground in Karup as SI-A, with tail from 51-10752.
				9839 to Belgium as FZ-27.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  Later to Royal Thai AF Nov 1956
				9840 to Belgium as FZ-31.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5174. WFU 1974
				9841 to French AF
				9842 to Turkish AF
				9843 to Turkish AF
				9844 (MSN 2436-297B) to Belgium as FZ-30.  To Royal Danish AF Sep 21, 1956 as 19844, coded as KP-S.  
					WFU Oct 2, 1960, Scrapped
				9845 to Belgium as FZ-33.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				9846 (MSN 2436-299B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19846.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5161.  WFU 1974
				9847 to Italian AF
				9848 to Turkish AF
				9849 to French AF
				9850 to Turkish AF
				9851 to Turkish AF
				9852 to Turkish AF
				9853 to French AF 
				9853 to French AF
				9854 to Greek AF
				9855 to Turkish AF
				9856 to French AF
				9857 to Belgium as FZ-29.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5175. WFU 1974
				9858 to Turkish AF
				9859 to French AF
				9860 to Turkish AF
				9861 to Greek AF
				9862 to Turkish AF
				9863 to French AF
				9864 to Turkish AF
				9867 to Greek AF
				9870 to Turkish AF
				9871 to French AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5186.  Crashed Feb 14, 1965
				9876 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9878 to Italian AF.  Later to Royal Thai AF
				9880 to Turkish AF
				9881 to Greek AF
				9882 to Italian AF, later to Turkey
				9883 to Greek AF
				9885 (MSN 2436-338B) to Netherlands AF as K-96.  Later to Royal Danish AF Mar 27, 1956 as 19885, coded as SI-B.  
					WFU Jan 6, 1959.  Used as as decoy, Scrapped
				9886 to Turkish AF
				9889 to Belgium as FZ-50.  W/o Jul 18, 1953.
				9890 to Greek AF
				9891 to Turkish AF
				9895 (MSN 2436-338B) to Royal Danish AF Feb 19, 1953 as 19895, coded as KP-Y.  W/o Mar 8, 1956 at Skals
				9896 to Italian AF
				9897 to Italian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5190.  WFU 1974
				9898 to Greek AF
				9900 to Netherlands AF as K-109.  Written off
				9901 to Greek AF
				9902 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				9903 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				9904 to Greek AF
				9905 to Turkish AF
				9909 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey.
				9911 to Greek AF
				9912 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9915 (MSN 2042-368B) to Netherlands AF as K-88.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jan 30, 1956 as 19915, coded as SE-W.  
					W/o May 14, 1959 at Karup AFB.  Used for fire practice.
				9916 to Netherlands AF as K-101.  Returned to USAF in 1957.
				9917 to Turkish AF
				9918 to Netherlands AF as K-100.  Returned to USAF in 1957
				9919 to Turkish AF
				9920 to Turkish AF
				9921 to Italian AF, later to Royal Thai AF
				9922 to Greek AF
				9923 to Belgium as FZ-37.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  Later to Royal Thai AF.
				9924 to Italy.  To Portugal as FAP 5183. WFU 1974
				9925 to Greek AF
				9926 to Italian AF.  To Turkey	
				9927 to Turkish AF
				9928 (MSN 1042-381B) to French AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5187.  On display at the Museu do Ar at 
					Sintra Air Base, Portugal in November 2016 as 5131. 
				9930 to Italy.  To Portugal as FAP 5184.  WFU 1974
				9931 to Italian AF
				9932 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				9933 to Netherlands AF as K-103.  Written off
				9934 to Greek AF
				9936 to Belgium as FZ-44.  W/o Mar 22, 1955.
				9937 to Turkish AF
				9939 (MSN 2042-392B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19939.  W/o Sep 13, 1952
				9940 (MSN 2042-393B) to Netherlands AF as K-65.  Later to Royal Danish AF as 19940, coded as SY-D.  
					WFU Nov 20, 1959.  Used as a decoy, Scrapped
				9941 to Netherlands AF as K-102.  Returned to USAF in 1957, later to Turkish AF
				9943 to Turkish AF
				9944 (MSN 2042-397B) to Belgium as FZ-43.  To Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 19944, coded as SI-S.  
					WFU May 29, 1959.  Used as a target, Scrapped
				9945 (MSN 2042-398B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19945
				9946 to Turkish AF
				9947 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				9948 (MSN 2042-401B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1952 as 19948, coded as KP-Z.  W/o Aug 8, 1957 at Kalo
				9949 (MSN 2042-402B) to Belgium as FZ-57.  To Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 19949, coded as SI-Z.
					WFU Dec 21, 1959.  Used as a decoy.
				9950 (MSN 2042-403B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 20, 1952 as 19950 .  W/o Nov 3, 1952 when crashlanded at Karup AFB
				9951 (MSN 2042-404B) to Netherlands AF as K-60.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jan 12, 1956 as 19951, coded as A-951.  
					W/o Aug 31, 1961 at Vaerlose AFB.
				9952 to Turkish AF
				9953 to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
				9954 to Greek AF
				9955 to Portugal as FAP 5188
				9956 to Belgium as FZ-59.  W/o Jan 29, 1953.
				9957 to Belgium as FZ-41.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5176.  In 1987 was at Museo do Ar's 
					storage facility next to OGMA works at Alverca, Portugal for use as a 'trade' for 
					possible future exhibits.  Noted Feb 2009 in Museo do Ar storage area at Ota, Portugal.
					Seen Feb 14, 2012 in pieces in museum hangar at Ovar AB to be restored.
				9958 (MSN 2042-411B) to Belgium as FZ-39.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 5, 1956 as 19958, coded as A-958.  
					W/o Feb 30, 1960 at Karup AFB
				9959 to Greek AF
				9960 (MSN 2042-413B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19960
				9961 to Belgium as FZ-56.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				9962 to Belgium as FZ-38.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5177.  Crashed Jun 23, 1962 Toto, Angola
				9963 (MSN 2042-416B) to Royal Danish AF Mar 29, 1952 as 19963, coded as FS-963-A.  W/o Sep 12, 1952 at Thorsager
				9964 to Turkish AF
51-9965/10304		Republic F-84G-11-RE Thunderjet
				9965 to Belgium as FZ-51.  W/o Aug 26, 1953.
				9966 (cn 4142-419B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 21, 1952 as 19966. WFU Jul 8, 1959.   Notedon display at Defence and
					Garrison Museum at Aalborg AB, Denmark Jun 11, 2002.
				9967 to Netherlands AF as K-111.  Later to Turkish AF
				9968 to Belgium as FZ-58.  To Denmark as 19968.  Later to Turkish AF
				9969 to Turkish AF
				9970 (MSN 2142-423B) to Netherlands AF as K-79.  Later to Royal Danish AF Dec 22, 1955 as 19970, coded as SY-G.  
					W/o Sep 22, 1957 with 51-9997 over Fakse Bay
				9971 to Netherlands AF as K-43
				9972 (MSN 2142-425B) to Netherlands AF as K-61.  Later to Royal Danish AF 19972, coded as A-972.  WFU
					Sep 28, 1961.  Used as decoy, Scrapped
				9973 (MSN 2142-426B) to Netherlands AF as K-59.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jan 12, 1956 as 19973, coded as SY-R, 
					SY-Y, SE-Y, A-973.  WQFU Aug 29, 1961.  Used as a decoy.  Stored North Sealand as A-973.
				9974 (MSN 2142-427B) to Netherlands AF as K-83.  Later to Royal Danish AF Oct 28, 1955 as 19974, coded as KU-V.  
					WFU Oct 21, 1958.  Used as a decoy, Scrapped
				9975 to Belgium as FZ-55. W/o Jul 8, 1954.
				9977 to Greek AF
				9978 (MSN 2142-431B) to Netherlands as K-50.  Later to Royal Danish AF Aug 23, 1956 as 19978, coded as KU-V, later SI-G.  
					WFU Sep 19, 1958.  Stored at Tirstrup AB as FS-978.  Has tail of 51-16665
				9979 to Netherlands AF as K-74.  W/o
				9980 to Belgium as FZ-54.  W/o Aug 24, 1953.
				9981 to Belgium as FZ-53.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				9982 (MSN 2142-435B) to Royal Danish AF Se 19, 1952 as 19982, coded as A-982.  WFU Aug 31, 1961.  Used as
					a decoy.  Scrapped
				9983 to Belgium as FZ-111.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  To Portugal as FAP 5195. WFU 1974
				9984 to Netherlands AF as K-63.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				9985 to Netherlands AF as K-64.  W/o in 1953.
				9986 (MSN 2142-439B) to Belgium as FZ-49.  To Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 19986, coded as SY-F.  WFU
					Oct 10, 1958.  Used as a ground instruction aircaft.  Scrapped
				9987 (MSN 2142-440B) to Royal Danish AF Sep 24, 1956 as 19987, coded as SY-Z.  WFU Jul 6, 1958.
					Used as a target.  Scrapped
				9989 to Netherlands AF as K-68.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				9990 (MSN 2142-443B) to Royal Danish AF Aoug 9, 1952 as 19990, coded as SI-F WFU Mar 12, 1959.  Used as 
					a decoy.  Scrapped
				9991 to Netherlands AF as K-55. Written off
				9992 to Belgium as FZ-60.  To Turkish AF
				9993 (MSN 2142-446B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19993
				9994 (MSN 2142-447B) to Netherlands AF as K90.  Returned to USAF in 1956, later to Royal Danish AF Feb 2, 1957
					as 19994, coded as SE-Q.  WFU Jul 22, 1960.  Used as a target. Scrapped
				9996 to Netherlands AF as K-87.  W/o
				9997 (MSN 2142-450B) to Belgium as FZ-48.  To Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 19997, coded as SY-Y.  W/o Sep 22, 1957 with 51-9970
					over Fakse Bay.
				9998 (MSN 2142-451B) to Royal Danish AF Apr 22, 1952 as 19998, coded as KR-5.  W/o Apr 11, 1956 at Ilskov
				9999 to Belgium as FZ-52-  To USAF in Germany
				10000 (MSN 2142-453B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110000
				10001 to Netherlands AF as K-48.  Written off
				10002 to Turkish AF
				10003 to Netherlands AF as K-73.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				10004 to Netherlands AF as K-66.  Later to Turkish AF
				10005 to Netherlands as K-51. Written off
				10006 to Netherlands AF as K-97.  W/o
				10007 to Netherlands AF as K-52.  Later to Turkish AF
				10008 to Netherlands AF as K-115.  Returned to USAF in 1956.  Later to Turkish AF
				10009 to Netherlands AF as K-86.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10010 (MSN 2142-463B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110010. 
				10011 to Belgium as FZ-61.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
					Later to Turkish AF?
				10012 to Belgium as FZ-62.  W/o Aug 5, 1954
				10013 (MSN 2142-466B) to Netherlands AF as K-80.  Later to Royal Danish AF Oct 8, 1955 as 110013, coded as KP-Q.  
					WFU Oct 11, 1958, Scrapped
				10014 (MSN 2142-467B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110014.  W/o Mar 17, 1959
				10015 (MSN 2142-468B) to Royal Danish AF Apr 20, 1952 as 110015, coded as A-015. WFU Jan 24, 1962.  Used as
					ground instructional aircraft.  Scrapped
				10016 (MSN 2142-469B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 6, 1952 as 110016, coded as KR-D.  Damaged and WFU Dec 2, 1958.
					Used as playground.  Scrapped
				10017 (MSN 2142-470B) to Netherlands as K-49.  Later to Royal Danish AF Oct 8, 1955 as 110017, coded as KU-W.  
					W/o Dec 8, 1955 near Hjerk
				10018 (MSN 2142-471B) to Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 110018, coded as SY-V.  WFU Jan 3, 1959.
					Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10019 to Netherlands AF as K-98.  W/o
				10020 to Belgium as FZ-67.  W/o Mar 12, 1953.
				10022 (MSN 2142-475B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 6, 1952 as 110022, coded as KR-C.  W/o Apr 14, 1954 near Gjol
				10023 to Turkish AF
				10024 (MSN 2142-477B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 15, 1952 as 110024, coded as SI-V.  Scrapped
				10025 to Belgium as FZ-64.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				10026 to Turkish AF
				10028 to Turkish AF
				10029 to Netherlands AF as K-44.  Written off
				10031 to Turkish AF
				10032 to Turkish AF
				10033 to Belgium as FZ-45.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				10034 to Belgium as FZ-66.  W/o Dec 3, 1953.
				10035 to Greek AF
				10036 to Turkish AF
				10037 (MSN 2142-490B) to Netherlands AF as K-58.  Later to Royal Danish AF Oct24, 1955 as 110037, coded as SE-O.  
					W/o Jul 9, 1959 at Tirstrup AB
				10038 to Italian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5199.  W/o Jun 167, 1972, Luanda, Angola
				10040 (MSN 2142-493B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110040
				10041 to Hellic AF.  W/o Sep 11, 1952.
				10042 to Belgium as FZ-47.  W/o Feb 4, 1954.
				10043 to Royal Danish AF as 110043.  WFU Mar 21, 1961.  Used as a decoy.
				10044 to Turkish AF
				10045 to Turkish AF
				10046 to Belgium as FZ-63.  W/o Oct 23, 1953
				10048 (MSN 2142-501B) MAP to Royal Norwegain AF as 110048.  W/o May 13, 1959
				10050 to Turkish AF
				10051 (MSN 2142-504B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 14, 1952 as 110051, coded as as KP-F.  Scrapped
				10052 to Greek AF
				10053 to Greek AF
				10054 (MSN 2142-507B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1952 as 110054, coded as KR-G.  W/o Sep 24, 1954 near Fjelstervang
				10055 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10056 to Turkish AF
				10057 to Turkish AF
				10058 (MSN 2142-511B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110058
				10059 to Turkish AF
				10060 to Turkish AF
				10061 (MSN 2142-514B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110061.  W/o Sep 3, 1954
				10062 (MSN 2142-515B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110062.
				10063 to Turkish AF
				10065 to Turkish AF
				10066 to Turkish AF
				10067 to Turkish AF
				10068 to Turkish AF
				10069 to Turkish AF
				10070 (MSN 2142-523B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110070.  W/o Jul 10, 1953
				10071 to Turkish AF
				10072 to Turkish AF
				10073 to Turkish AF
				10074 to Turkish AF
				10075 to Turkish AF
				10076 (MSN 2142-529B) to Belgium as FZ-65.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 24, 1957 as 110076, coded as KP-E.  Scrapped Dec 10, 1987
					at Tirstrup AB
				10078 (MSN 2142-531B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110078
				10081 to Turkish AF
				10082 (MSN 2142-535B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110082.  To Kjevik as instructional airfarme.  Scrapped
				10084 to Turkish AF
				10085 (MSN 2142-538B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110085.  W/o May 13, 1959
				10086 to Turkish AF
				10087 to Turkish AF
				10088 to Turkish AF
				10090 (MSN 2142-543B) to Royal Danish AF as 110090, code changed  in 1960 to A-090.  WFU Jul 25, 1961. Scrapped
				10091 to Turkish AF
				10093 to Turkish AF
				10094 (MSN 2142-547B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 13, 1952 as 110094.  Code changd in 1960 to A-094.  WFU 
					Jul 31, 1961.  Used for fire practice.  Scrapped
				10095 to Turkish AF
				10097 to Turkish AF
				10099 to Italian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5208. WFU 1974
				10100 to Turkish AF
				10101 to Greek AF
				10102 to Turkish AF
				10104 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10106 to Turkish AF
				10108 to Turkish AF
				10111 to Turkish AF
				10112 (MSN 2142-565B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110112
				10116 (MSN 2142-569B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110116
				10117 to Italian AF. Later to Turkey
				10122 to Turkish AF
				10124 (MSN 2142-577B) to Royal Danish AF jul 17, 1952 as 110124. Code changed in 1960 to A-124. WFU Jul 31, 1961.
					Used in a playground. Scrapped
				10125 to Greek AF
				10126 (MSN 2142-579B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110126
				10128 to Greek AF
				10130 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10132 to Turkish AF
				10133 to Turkish AF
				10135 (MSN 2242-588B) to Royal Danish AF as 110135, code KR-L.  W/o Aug 29, 1955 near Balling Mark
				10136 (MSN 2242-589B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110136
				10138 (MSN 2242-591B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 15, 1952 as 110138.  Code changed in 1960 to A-138.  WFU Aug 15, 1961.
					WFU Aug 15, 1961.  Used for fire practice.  Scrapped.
				10140 to Turkish AF
				10141 to Netherlands AF as K-99.  Returned to USAF in 1957
				10142 (MSN 2242-595B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110142
				10143 (MSN 2242-596B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 15, 1952 as 110138.  Code changed in 1960 to A-143.  
					WFU Aug 31, 1960.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped May 1997
				10144 to Italian AF. W/o Jul 23, 1953 at La Ferme du Pont, France
				10145 (MSN 2242-598B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110145
				10147 to Netherlands AF as K-112.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10148 to Netherlands AF as K-106.  Later to Turkish AF
				10150 (MSN 2242-603B) to Royal Danish AF as 110150, code KR-O.  W/o Nov 18,1955 near Kas
				10153 to Italian AF
				10154 to Netherlands AF as K-72.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				10155 (MSN 2242-608B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110155
				10156 to Royal Danish AF as 110156.  Cxrashed Jul 21, 1953 at Nymindegab.
				10158 to Netherlands AF as K-89. W/o
				10159 (MSN 2242-612B) to Royal Danish AF as 110159, code KR-P.  W/o Feb 21, 1955 near Karup
				10161 (MSN 2242-614B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110161.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway marked as MU-Z
				10162 (MSN 2242-615B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110162.
				10163 (MSN 2242-616B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110163
				10165 (MSN 2242-618B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110165
				10166 to Netherlands AF as K-71.  Later to Yugoslavian AF
				10167 (MSN 2242-620B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110167.  W/o Sep 27, 1956
				10168 (MSN 2242-621B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110168.  W/o Jul 12, 1956
				10169 to Italian AF
				10172 to Netherlands AF as K-91.  Later to Turkish AF
				10176 to Netherlands AF as K-75.  W/o
				10178 to Klu 8/11/1952 as K-85 with No. 306 and 311 Squadron.  SOC at Eindhoven 7/13/1955.  
					Repainted in "double Dutch" color scheme in 1988.
				10180 to Belgium as FZ-68.  To Yugoslav AF
				10181 to Netherlands AF as K-107.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jan 12, 1956 as 110181.  Code changed in 1960 to A-181.  
					WFU Sep 28, 1961.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped 2001.
				10183 to Netherlands AF as K-119.  Later to Turkish AF
				10185 to Netherlands AF as K-141.  W/o
				10187 to Netherlands AF A K-117.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				10188 to Netherlands as K-94.  Returned to USAF in 1956, later to Portugal as FAP 5200.  WFU 1974
				10189 (MSN 2242-642B) to Netherlands AF as K-84.  Later to Royal Danish AF Oct 8, 1955 as 110189, code KU-Y.  
					WFU Aug 6, 1958.  Scrapped
				10192 to Netherlands FG as K-105.  Returned to USAF in 1957.
				10193 to Netherlands AF as K-92.  W/o
				10194 to Netherlands as K-76.  To Portugal as FAP 5201.  On pedestal at Ota AB.
				10195 to Belgium as FZ-71.  W/o Nov 24, 1953.  To Brussels Museum marked as FZ-132.
				10196 to Belgium as FZ-85.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				10198 to Netherlands AF as K-95.  Later to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Merzifon Sep 19, 1964
				10199 to Belgium as FZ-72.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				10200 to Belgium as FZ-69.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5179.  WFU 1974
				10201 to Netherlands AF as K-93.  W/o in 1957
				10202 crashed July 23, 1953 13 mi W of Gila Bend, Arizona.  Engine flamed out due to fuel mismanagement and
					pilot ejected.
				10203 (MSN 2242-656B) to Netherlands AF as K-81.  Later to Royal Danish AF Nov 17, 1955 as 110203, code KP-V.  
					W/o Aug 3, 1956 at Vaerlose AB
				10204 to Turkish AF
				10205 to Netherlands AF as K-113.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10206 to Netherlands AF as K-114.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10207 to Netherlands AF as K-120.  W/o
				10208 to Netherlands AF as K-116.  W/o
				10209 (MSN 2242-662B) to Netherlands AF as K-118, later to Royal Danish AF Aug 23, 1956 as 110209, code SE-X.  
					WFU Dec 3, 1958.  Used as a decoyu.  Scrapped
				10210 to Netherlands AF as K-143.  Later to Turkish AF
				10212 to Turkish AF
				10213 to Netherlands AF as K-110.  Returned to USAF in 1957
				10214 to Turkish AF
				10215 to Turkish AF
				10216 (MSN 2242-669B) to Netherlands AF as K-77.  Later to Royal Danish AF as 110216, code SE-P.  
					W/o Feb 18, 1957 at Skrydstrup AB in collision with 51-1064.
				10217 to Turkish AF
				10219 (MSN 2242-672B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110219.  W/o Oct 11, 1956
				10220 to Italian AF
				10222 (MSN 2242-675B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110222.  
				10223 to Belgium as FZ-74.  W/o Aug 24, 1953.
				10224 to Turkish AF
				10225 to Turkish AF
				10226 to Turkish AF
				10227 to Turkish AF.  Crashed during approach at Gokceisik-Incesu
					Jan 7, 1955
				10229 to Turkish AF
				10230 to Greek AF
				10233 to Belgium as FX-75.  W/o Mar 17, 1955.
				10234 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10235 to Greek AF
				10236 to Belgium as FZ-73.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				10237 to Italian AF
				10238 to Belgium as FZ-70.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  To Portugal as FAP 5203.  /O oCT 23, 1970, Luanda, Angola
				10240 to Greek AF
				10242 to Italian AF
				10246 (MSN 2242-699B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 23, 1952 as 110246, code KR-U.  W/o May 12, 1955 at Terndrup
				10248 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				10254 to Greek AF
				10256 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				10261 to Turkish AF
				10265 to Turkish AF
				10267 to Portugal as FAP 5206.  crashed Feb 3, 1959
				10270 to Turkish AF
				10272 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				10277 to Turkish AF
				10278 (MSN 2242-731B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110278
				10281 (MSN 2242-734B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110281.
				10282 to Turkish AF
				10285 to Turkish AF
				10290 to Turkish AF
				10291 to Greek AF
				10294 (MSN 2242-747B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110294.  W/o Jan 10, 1956
				10297 (MSN 2242-750B) to Belgium as FZ-86.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 28, 1956 as 110297, code KR-O.  Damaged by
					fir and WFU jUL 12, 1957.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped.
				10298 (MSN 2242-751B) to Belgium as FZ-76.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 5, 1956 as 110298, code SI-M. WFU Jun 29, 1960.
					Used as a target.  Scrapped
				10300 to Turkish AF
				10301 (MSN 2242-752B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 3, 1952 as 110301, code SE-Z.  W/o Apr 8, 1959 near Vaerlose AB
				10302 to Turkish AF
				10303 to Turkish AF
				10304 to Turkish AF
51-10305/10764		Republic F-84G-16-RE Thunderjet
				10308 (49th FIG, 9th FBS) MIA after left formation with wing tank problem Oct 6, 1952.
				10310 (MSN 2242-763B) to Royal Danish AF as 110310, code KU-O.  WFU Sep 6, 1958.  Used as a target.  Scrapped
				10313 to Turkish AF
				10315 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Dec 11, 1952
				10316 to Turkish AF
				10318 (MSN 2342-771B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110318 (AH-N)
				10322 to Republic of China AF as 119
				10323 to Republic of China AF as 120
				10324 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed on takeoff Jan 7, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				10329 (58th FBG) hit by ground fire, crashlanded at home base Mar 18, 1953.
				10330 (MSN 2342-783B) to Royal Danish AF as 110330, code cnange in 1960 to A-330.  WFU Jul 5, 1961.
					Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10332 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jul 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				10333 (MSN 2342-786B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110333 (AH-D)
				10336 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jul 19, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				10338 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA Dec 15, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				10339 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) crashed at Naktong Bombing Range Nov 2, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				10343 to Republic of China AF as 014
				10346 (MSN 2342-817B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110364.  W/o Aug 21, 1957
				10347 to Republic of China AF as 078
				10348 To Royal Thai Air Force as Kh16-21/00
				10349 to Republic of China AF as 146
				10356 (474th FBG, 492th FBS) MIA in bombing run Apr 25, 1953.
				10357 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Sep 13, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				10362 (MSN 2342-815B) to Royal Danish AF Feb 10, 1955 as 110362, code SI-V.  WFU Mar 12, 1959.  Used as
					a decoy.  Scrapped
				10364 (MSN 2342-817B) to Norwegian AF
				10366 (58th FBG) hit by ground fire, crashlanded at home base Jan 21, 1953.
				10368 to Turkish AF
				10369 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed after wing tip tank blew up over target Mar 9, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				10370 to Turkish AF
				10371 (MSN 2342-824B) to Belgium as FZ-100.  To Denmark as 110371.  Also have
					this one as going to Royal Norwegian AF as 110371.  Not sure of the order
				10373 to Greece
				10374 to Republic of China AF as 117
				10384 to Portugal as FAP 5157.  W/o Jul 1, 1955 Serra dos Carvalhos, Coimbra
				10385 (58th FBG) hit by AAA and belly-landed Mar 31, 1953.  MIA Jun 10, 1953 during night 
					armed reconnaissance mission.
				10387 to Greek AF
				10389 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Nov 13, 1952.
				10393 (49th FBG) hit by AAA Jan 13, 1953.
				10397 to Republic of China AF
				10399 (474th FBG, 429th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kujang-dong, N Korea Jul 16, 1953. 
					Pilot MIA.
				10400 (49th FBG) shot down by AAA Oct 24, 1952.  Pilot bailed out.
				10401 to Turkish AF
				10402 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) shot down by AAA May 25, 1953.
				10403 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) crashed Feb 8, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				10404 (58th FBG) shot down by small arms fire Oct 12, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				10407 (MSN 2342-860B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 4, 1955 as 110407, code changed in 1960 to A-407.  WFU Jul 29, 1961.
					Scrapped
				10409 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jan 2, 1953.
				10410 (MSN 2342-863B) to Denmark as A-410.  Scrapped
				10411 (58th FBG) hit by AAA and crashlanded Jan 15, 1953.
				10414 (MSN 2342-867B) to Royal Norwegian AF.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5162.  WFU 1974
				10415 (MSN 2342-868B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 4, 1955 as 110415. Code changed in 1960 to A-415.  WFU Jul 5, 1961.
					Scrapped, burnt Jul 20, 1969 Karup AB
				10416 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) MIA on night intruder mission May 3, 1953.
				10418 to Turkish AF
				10422 (474th FBG, 429th FBS) MIA after leaving target area Jul 19, 1953.
				10425 (MSN 2342-878B) to Royal Danish AF Apr 12, 1955 as 110425.  Code changed in 1960 to A-425.  Scrapped
				10426 (58th FBG) hit by ground fire Mar 18, 1953.
				10427 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) crashed into mud flats off Sinjonp'o Mar 21, 1953.
				10429 to Turkish AF
				10433 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) shot down by ground fire Mar 1, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				10434 to Turkish AF
				10435 to Turkish AF
				10437 to Turkish AF.  Crashed west of Corlu/Tekirdag Sep 18, 1958.  However, this plane was noted outside a
					museum at Toulouse on Mar 23, 2013 with FS-437 painted on forward fuselage.  The plane at Toulouse is
					actually 51-10809.
				10438 to Turkish AF.  Caught fire in air and crashed at Bismil/Diyarbakir
					Apr 6, 1956
				10439 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by AAA E of Kanggye Oct 26, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				10440 to Portugal as FAP 5136.  WFU 1974
				10441 to Portugal as FAP 5158.  WFU 1974
				10443 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) crashed on bomb run Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				10444 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA May 10, 1953.
				10449 (58th FBG, 431st FBS) shot down by ground fire May 16, 1953. Pilot KIA.
				10450 (58th FBG) crashed at P-Y-do due to enemy action May 17, 1953.
				10451 (474th FBG) hit by AAA Jun 6, 1953.
				10453 (MSN 2342-906B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110453.  W/o Sep 27, 1956
				10456 to Turkish AF
				10458 (MSN 2342-911B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110458
				10460 (58th FBG) shot down by ground fire Mar 27, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				10461 to Portugal as FAP 5152.  WFU 1974
				10464 to Republic of China AF as 109
				10468 to Portugal as FAP 5133.  Crashed Oct 2, 1959
				10469 to Belgium as FZ-211.  To Yugoslav AF
				10472 to Turkish AF
				10473 to Belgium as FZ-79.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5180. W/o Oct 14, 1961, Angola
				10474 to Belgium as FZ-78.  W/o Jan 18, 1955.
				10475 (MSN 2342-928B) to Royal Danish AF Sep 30, 1952 as 110475, code SE-A.  W/o Feb 16, 1955 at Skrydstrup AB
				10476 (MSN 2342-929B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 10, 1952 as 110476, code FS-476.  Damaged Aug 25, 1953 and WFU
					Oct 22, 1954.  Scrapped
				10477 (MSN 2342-930B) to Royal Danish AF Jar 2, 1953 as 110477.  Code changed in 1960 to A-477.  
					WFU Aug 31, 1960.  Scrapped at Karup, burnt Karup AB 1968, ex gate guard displayhed by ESK 725
				10478 to Belgium as FZ-87.  W/o Sep 29, 1954.
				10479 (MSN 2342-932B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110479, code SE-C.  W/o Jul 1, 1955 near Romo
				10481 (MSN 2342-934B) to Royal Danish AF Sep 30, 1952 as 110481, code SE-D.  WFU May 12, 1958.  Used as
					a target.  Scrapped
				10482 (MSN 2342-935B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 10, 1952 as 110482.  Code FS-482, later SE-E, later KA-G, later SE-A.  
					WFU Oct 14, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Last reported at a FALCK eergencyh services training ground 
					Randers, Denmark as SE-A
				10483 (MSN 2342-936B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110483, code SE-F.  W/o Mar 30, 1955 near Vamdrup
				10484 to Turkish AF
				10485 to Belgium as FZ-80.  W/o Jul 25, 1953.
				10486 (MSN 2342-939B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110486.  W/o Aug 29, 1955
				10487 (MSN 2342-940B) to Belgium as FZ-77.  To Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 110487, code SE-V 
 					WFU Mar 12, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  To firedump at Skrydstrup AB as SE-V
				10489 to Belgium as FZ-81.  W/o Mar 1, 1955
				10490 (MSN 2342-943B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 23, 1952 as 110490, code KU-F.  W/o Nov 17, 1958 near Orlandet, Norway
				10491 (MSN 2432-944B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110491, code SE-R.  WFU Dec 5, 1959.  Used as a
					decoy.  Scrapped
				10493 to Turkish AF
				10494 to Belgium as FZ-83.  To Turkish AF
				10497 (MSN 2342-950B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110497, code FS-497.  W/o Oct 19, 1953 at Karup AB
				10498 to Greek AF
				10499 (MSN 2442-952B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 15, 1952 as 110499, code SE-J.  W/o Aug 10, 1959 at Oksbol
				10500 (MSN 2442-953B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110500.  W/o Aug 14, 1956
				10501 (MSN 2442-954B) to Belgium as FZ-82.  to Royal Danish AF May 18, 1956 as 110501, code SE-W.  WFU May 20, 1958.
					Scrapped
				10502 (MSN 2442-955B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 9, 1952 as 110502, code SE-K.  W/o May 28, 1956 at Bruggen, West Germany
				10503 (MSN 2442-956B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 23, 1952 as 110503, code SY-S.  Damaged by bird strike and
					WFU May 21, 1960.  Scrapped
				10504 (MSN 2442-957B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 15, 1952 as 110504, code A-504.  WFU Jul 29, 1961.  Used as a
					decoy.  Scrapped
				10505 to Turkish AF
				10506 (MSN 2442-959B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 23, 1952 as 110506, code KU-J.  W/o Jul 9, 1956 near Skive
				10507 (MSN 2442-960B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110507.  Code changed in 1960 to A-507.  
					WFU Sep 4, 1961.  Scrapped
				10508 to Belgium as FZ-88.  To Turkish AF
				10510 to Turkish AF
				10511 (MSN 2442-964B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 23, 1952 as 110511.  Code changed in 1960 to A-511.  WFU
					jUL 5, 1961.  Scrapped 
				10512 to Belgium as FZ-89.  W/o Dec 17, 1953.
				10513 (MSN 2442-966B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 3, 1952 as 110513.  Code changed in 1960 to A-511.
					W/o Mar 1, 1961 near Vekso
				10514 to Belgium as FZ-84.  W/o May 4, 1955.
				10515 (MSN 2442-968B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 28, 1952 as 110515.  Code FS-515, then SE-M, then A-515.  
					Cockpit at Danmarks Tekniske Museum, Helsingor
				10516 to Belgium as FZ-90.  To Turkish AF
				10517 (MSN 2442-970B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110517.
				10518 (MSN 2442-971B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1952 as 110518, code KU-O.  W/o Dec 24, 1954 near Pindstrup after engine failure
				10519 to Turkish AF
				10520 (MSN 2442-973B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1952 as 110520.  Code changed in 1960 to A-520.  
					WFU Jul 5, 1961.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10521 (MSN 2442-974B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 7, 1952 as 110521, code KU-Q.  W/o Jul 25, 1957 at Oldenburg, West Germany
				10523 (MSN 2442-976B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110523, code KU-R.  WFU Jun 9, 1958.  Scrapped
				10525 (MSN 2442-978B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 13, 1952 as 110525, code FS-525, later as KP-V, later as SE-C, 
					later as SE-H, later as A-525.  Used in playground at Pal Mountain kindergarten, Vojens.  Now reported as
					being restored at Skrydstrup AB, Denmark
				10534 to Greek AF
				10536 to Turkish AF
				10537 (MSN 2442-990B) to Royal Danish AF Mar 15, 1957 as 110537, code changed in 1960 to A-537.  WFU Jul 29, 1961.
					Scrapped
				10540 To Royal Thai Air Force as Kh16-10/99.
				10543 to Turkish AF
				10544 to Belgium as FZ-139.  W/o Sep 23, 1955.
				10547 to Greek AF
				10548 (MSN 2442-1001B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110548
				10552 to French Af, later to Royal Thai AF.
				10555 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkish AF
				10557 to Greek AF
				10558 (MSN 2442-1011B) to Royal Danish AF as 110558, code SE-N.  WFU Jul 28, 1958.  Scrapped
				10559 to Greek AF
				10561 to Turkish AF
				10562 (MSN 2442-1015B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110562 (MU-D)
				10563 to Netherlands as K-121.  Returned to USAF in 1956.  Later to Portugal as FAP 5215.  WFU 1974
				10564 (MSN 2442-1017B) to Netherlands as K-122.  Later to Royal Danish AF Sep 21, 1956.  Code changed in 1960 to A-564.  
					WFU Jul 5, 1961. Scrapped
				10565 to Italian AF
				10566 to Turkish AF
				10567 to Greek AF.  Also listed as going to Netherlands AF as K-123 and w/o in 1957.
				10568 to Greek AF
				10570 to Greek AF
				10571 to Italian AF
				10572 to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul
				10574 to Greek AF
				10575 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10578 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10579 (MSN 2442-1032B) to Royal Danish AF sep 21, 1956 as 110564.  Code changed in 1960 to A-579.  
					WFU Sep 4, 1961.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10580 (MSN 2442-1033B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 28, 1952 as 110580, code KU-T.  WFU Apr 26, 1956.  Scrapped
				10581 to Greek AF
				10582 (2442-1035B) to French AF, later to Royal Thai AF as 582.  Now at Royal Thai AF
					Museum at Don Muang painted as 878.
				10583 to Turkish AF
				10586 to Belgium as FZ-91.  W/o Feb 24, 1953.
				10587 to Greek AF
				10589 to Turkish AF
				10591 to Greek AF
				10592 (MSN 2442-1045B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 22, 1952 as 110592, code FS-692.  W/o Nov 24, 1953 near Kjelerup
				10593 to Belgium as FZ-104.  To Turkish AF
				10595 to Greek AF
				10596 (MSN 2442-1049B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1952 as 110596, code changed in 1960 to A-596.  
					WFU Jul 5, 1961.  Scrapped
				10597 to Netherlands AF as K-124.  Returned to USAF in 1956 and later to Turkish AF
				10598 (MSN 2442-1051B) to Royal Danish AF in 1952 as 110598, code changed in 1960 to A-598.  WFu Sep 8, 1961.
					Used in a playground.  Scrapped
				10599 to Belgium as FZ-112.  To Turkish AF.  Also listed as going to Netherlands AF as K-135 and w/o.
				10600 (MSN 2442-1053B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 25, 1952 as 110600, code changed in 1960 to A-600.  
					WFU Jul 29, 1961.  Scrapped
				10602 to Turkish AF
				10603 (MSN 2442-1056B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 15, 1952 as 110603, code FS-603, later KP-H, later SY-C.  WFU Nov 28, 1959.
					Preserved as gate guard at Skrydstrup AB as 110603, code SKP.  Removed in 2011 for restoration.
				10604 to Turkish AF
				10606 (MSN 2442-1059B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 15, 1952 as 110606.  Code changed in 1960 to A-606.  
					W/o May 29, 1961 near Tuno with A-741 (51-10741)
				10607 to Netherlands AF as K-131.  W/o
				10608 (MSN 2442-1061B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110608
				10610 (MSN 2442-1063B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 4, 1952 as 110610, code SI-D.  W/o Feb 14, 1956 near Horne
				10611 (MSN 2442-1064B) to Belgium as FZ-105.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 2, 1956 as 110611, code KP-J.  
					WFU Dec 13, 1958.  Used as a decoy. Scrapped
				10612 to Turkish AF
				10613 (MSN 2442-1066B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1952 as 110613, code SI-E.  W/o Feb 15, 1955 when burnt 
					during takeoff at Skrydstrup AB
				10614 (MSN 2442-1067B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 15, 1952 as 110614, code KP-C.  WFU Jul 8, 1958.  Used as
					a decoy.  Scrapped
				10615 (MSN 2442-1068B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1952 as 110615.  Code changed in 1960 to A-615.  
					WFU Sep 8, 1961. Scrapped
				10616 to Turkish AF
				10617 (MSN 2442-1070B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 110617.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5163.  WFU 1974
				10618 to Belgium as FZ-46.  To Royal Danish AF as 110618.
				10619 to Greek AF
				10622 (MSN 2442-1075B) to Belgium as FZ-118.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 28, 1956 as 110622, code KU-U.  
					WFU Jun 9, 1959.  Uused for fire practice.  On display at playground.  Stored at Forsvars and Garnisons Museum,
					Aalborg, Jutland
				10623 to Turkish AF
				10624 (MSN 2442-1077B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 15, 1952 as 110624, code KP-M.  W/o Mar 24, 1960 at Hogild
				10627 (MSN 2442-1080B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 28, 1952 as 110627, code KU-Y.  WFU Jul 4, 1957. 
					Returned to USAF Air Material Area
				10628 to Belgium as FZ-113.  To Turkish AF.
				10629 (MSN 2442-1082B) to Belgium as FZ-92.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1956 as 110629, code KU-J.  
					WFU Oct 30, 1958.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10632 (MSN 2442-1085B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110632.  W/o Nov 7, 1956
				10633 to Belgium as FZ-106.  To Turkish AF.
				10634 (MSN 2442-1087B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110634 (PX-J)
				10635 to Turkish AF
				10636 (MSN 2442-1089B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 21, 1952 as 110636, code FS-636.  Damaged and W/o Feb 28, 1953 
					at Kastrup AB
				10637 (MSN 2442-1090B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 7, 1952 as 110637, code KU-Z.  W/o Mar 23, 1955 in Jammerbugten 
					at Svinklov
				10638 to Belgium as FZ-93.  W/o Mar 30, 1953.
				10640 to Belgium as FZ-114.  To Turkish AF.
				10644 to Belgium as FZ-94.  To Turkish AF.
				10646 to Belgium as FZ-98.  W/o Jun 18, 1954.
				10647 (MSN 2442-1100B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 21, 1953 as 110647, code FS-647.   W/o Apr 10,1954 near Nymindegab
				10648 to Belgium as FZ-95.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				10650 to Netherlands AF as K-134.  Returned to USAF in 1957.
				10651 (MSN 2442-1104B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 19, 1953 as 110651, code SI-C.  Code changed in 1960 to A-651.
					WFU Aug 22, 1960.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped Sep 20, 1989
				10652 (MSN 2442-1105B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 7, 1953 as 110652.  Code changed in 1960 to A-652.  
					WFU Aug 31, 1960.  Used as a decoy. Scrapped 1990/91
				10654 to Belgium as FZ-115. To Yugoslav AF.
				10656 (MSN 2442-1109B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 24, 1952 as 110656, code SI-N.  W/o Feb 20, 1959 near Norre Vilstrup
				10658 to Turkish AF
				10660 (MSN 2442-1113B) to Royal Danish AF Mar 15, 1957 as 110660, code SE-P.  Code changed in 1960 to A-660.
					WFU Apr 20, 1961.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10663 to Belgium as FZ-96.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				10664 to Belgium as FZ-97.  To Turkish AF.
				10665 (MSN 2442-1118B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 21, 1953 as 110665, code SI-K.  W/o Feb 10, 1956 near Toftlund
				10667 to Belgium as FZ-107.  To Brussels Museum marked as FZ-153.
				10673 to Belgium as FZ-137.  W/o Nov 18, 1953.
				10676 to Belgium as FZ-108.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				10678 to Portugal as FAP 5171.  Crashed Aug 22, 1958
				10679 to Turkish AF
				10681 to Turkish AF
				10684 to Belgium as FZ-99.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				10686 to Turkish AF
				10687 to Belgium as FZ-116.  To Turkish AF.
				10690 to Belgium as FZ-109.  To Turkish AF.
				10692 to Greek AF
				10694 to Belgium as FZ-110.  W/o Nov 24, 1955.
				10697 to Greece
				10698 to Turkish AF
				10700 (MSN 2442-1153B) to Royal Danish AF Nan 24, 1953 as 110700, code FS-700.  W/o Sep 22, 1953 near Kolding
				10702 to Turkish AF
				10703 to Belgium as FZ-119.  To Turkish AF.
				10704 to Belgium as FZ-126.  To Turkish AF.
				10705 (MSN 2542-1158B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 22, 1952 as 110705, code SI-E.  Code changed in 1960 to A-705.
					W/o Jul 12, 1960 at Karup AB.  Used for fire practice.
				10706 to Belgium as FZ-117.  W/o Sep 17, 1953.
				10708 (MSN 2541-1161B) to Belgium as FZ-120 Nov 1952, assigned to 2W, code 3R-Y.  Assigned to 225 Sqn,
					code IS-F. To Royal Danish AF Jan 10, 1957 as 110708.  Assigned to Esk 727, code KU-K.  Assigned to Esk 728,
					code SI-G.  Code changed in 1960 to A-708.  Last flight Skrydstrup AB to Karup AB Aug 31, 1960 and WFU.
					To Vandel AB Dec 28, 1960 and used as decoy.  To Egnsmuseet, Vandel Apr 18, 1985 and put on display
					Scrapped at Bjerringbro 2006.
				10710 to Greek AF
				10712 to Greek AF
				10713 to Turkish AF
				10714 to Greek A5
				10715 (MSN 2542-1168B) to Royal Danish AF Feb 2, 1953 as 110718, code changed in 1960 to A-715.  WFU May 23, 1961.
					Scrapped.
				10716 to Greek AF
				10717 to Belgium as FZ-121.  W/o May 5, 1953.
				10718 (MSN 2542-1171B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 15, 1952 as 110718, code SI-O. WFU Apr 6, 1959.  Used as a decoy.
					 Scrapped
				10720 (MSN 2542-1173B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 8, 1953 as 110720.  Code changed in 1960 to A-720.  WFU Jul 26, 1961.
					Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10721 (MSN 2542-1174B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 15, 1952 as 110721, code SI-R.  W/o Aug 7, 1958 near Samso
				10722 to Turkish AF
				10725 to Belgium as FZ-122.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				10727 to Belgium as FZ-123.  w/o Nov 3, 1953.
				10729 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10725.  Seen WFU at Sarajevo.
				10731 (MSN 2542-1184B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 24, 1957 as 110713, code KP-R.  Code changed in 1960 to A-731.
					WFU Jun 7, 1960.  Used as a decoy.  Preserved Vaerlose AB, scrapped Jun 1998
				10732 to Belgium as FZ-101.  To Turkish AF.
				10733 to Belgium as FZ-124.  To Turkish AF.
				10737 to Turkish AF
				10738 to Greek AF
				10740 to Turkish AF
				10741 (MSN 2542-1194B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 19, 1953 as 110741.  Code changed in 1960 to A-741.  
					W/o May 29, 1961 near Tuno with A-606 (51-11606)
				10742 to Turkish AF
				10743 to Turkish AF
				10744 (MSN 2542-1197B) to Belgium as FZ-103.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 24, 1957 as 110744, code KU-D.  
					WFU Sep 9, 1958.  Scrapped
				10746 to Greece
				10747 (MSN 2542-1200B) to Belgium as FZ-125.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 28 1956 as 110747, code KP-V.  
					WFU Jul 26, 1961.  Used as a target.  Scrapped
				10748 (MSN 2542-1201B) to Royal Danish AF Feb 16, 1953 as 110748.  Code changed in 1960 to A-748.  
					WFU Jul 29, 1961.  Scrapped
				10751 (MSN 2542-1204B) to Belgium as FZ-103.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 11, 1957 as 110751, code KP-C.
					WFU Aug 15, 1959
				10752 (MSN 2542-1205B) to Royal Danish AF Feb 16, 1953 as 110752, code SI-U.  WFU Mar 3, 1958.  Scrapped
				10753 (MSN 2542-1206B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1952 as 110753, code SE-K.  WFU Jul 20, 1958.  Used as
					a ground instructional aircraft.  Scrapped
				10754 (MSN 2542-1207B) to Royal Danish AF Sep 25, 1952 as 110754, code SY-X.  W/o Nov 24, 1958 at Arnum near Gram
				10755 (MSN 2542-1208B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 3, 1952 as 110755.  Code changed in 1960 to A-855.  
					WFU Aug 24, 1961.  Scrapped
				10756 (MSN 2542-1209B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 2, 1953 as 110756.  Code changed in 19670 to FS-756.  
					W/o Nov 16, 1953 near Bojskov.  Used as ground instructional airframe.
				10758 to Belgium as FZ-160.  To Greek AF
				10759 (MSN 2542-1212B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 22, 1953 as 110759, code FS-759.  W/o Feb 11, 1954 near Byrsted
				10760 to Belgium as FZ-145.  w/o May 26, 1955.
				10761 (MSN 2542-1214B) to Royal Danish AF Nov 3, 1952 as 110761, code SE-Q.  W/o Mar 17, 1958 at Uhre near Give
				10764 to Netherlands AF as K-125.  Returned to USAF in 1956
51-10765/10974		Republic F-84G-21-RE Thunderjet
				MSN 2542-1218B/2542-1427B
				10765 (MSN 2542-1218B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 7, 1953 as 110765.  Code changed in 1960 to A-765. 
					WFU Apr 1, 1961.  Used as a target.  Scrapped
				10766 (MSN 2542-1219B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 3, 1952 as 110766, code FS-766.  W/o May 8, 1953 near Sprogo
				10767 to Netherlands AF as K-132.  W/o
				10768 to Netherlands AF as K-136.  W/o in 1957
				10769 (MSN 2542-1222B) to Royal Danish AF Oct 11, 1954 as 110769.  Code changed in 1960 to A-769. 
					WFU May 12, 1961.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10770 to Netherlands AF as K-127.  W/o
				10771 to Belgium as FZ-153.  To Yugoslav AF
				10772 (MSN 2542-1225B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110772.  Q/o Feb 25, 1958
				10773 to Netherlands AF as K-128.  W/o
				10774 (MSN 2542-1227B) to Netherlands AF as K-139.  Later to Royal Danish AF Aug 4, 1956 as 110774, code KP-A.  
					WFU Jan 26, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10776 to Netherlands AF as K-170. W/o
				10777 (MSN 2542-1230B) to Netherlands AF as K-126.  To Royal Danish AF Feb 2, 1957 as 110777, code SE-G.  
					On display atDanmarks Tekniske Museum, Helsingor, Denmark as 110777, code SY-H
				10781 (MSN 2542-1234B) to Royal Danish AF Dec 3, 1952 as 110781, code KU-F.  W/o Mar 23, 1956 at Karup AB.
				10782 to Netherlands AF as K-129. W/o
				10783 to Belgium as FZ-155
				10785 (MSN 2542-1238B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110785
				10786 to Belgium as FZ-147.  To Greek AF
				10787 to Turkish AF
				10789 to Turkish AF
				10791 (MSN 2542-1244B) to Royal Danish AF Jan 2, 1953 as 110791.  Code changed in 1960 to A-791.  
					W/o Sep 4, 1961, burnt out at Vaerlose AB.
				10792 (MSN 2542-1245B) to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10589.  Seen WFU at
					Sarajevo in 1987 with ex Greek AF roundels.
				10793 (MSN 2542-1246B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110793.  W/o Oct 13, 1955
				10794 to Netherlands AF as K-133. Later to Turkish AF
				10797 to Belgium as FZ-142.
				10798 (MSN 2542-1251B) to Belgium as FZ-141.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 3, 1956 as 110798, code SI-J.  WFU Jun 11, 1958.
					Used as a decoy.
				10799 (MSN 2542-1252B) to Netherlands AF as K-144.  Later to Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1956 as 110799, code SY-S.  
					WFU Jun 11, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped.
				10800 to Belgium as FZ-146.  To Portugal as FAP 5212.  WFU 1974
				10802 (MSN 2542-1255B) to Belgium as FZ-143.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 10, 1957 as 110802, code SY-A.  
					WFU Dec 2, 1958. Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10803 to Netherlands AF as K-137.  W/o
				10804 to Netherlands AF as K-130.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10805 (MSN 2542-1258B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110805
				10806 to Klu (Netherlands) as K-171 Apr 7, 1953.
					SOC Apr 14, 1953.   Gate guardian at Gilze-Rijen 1964-1969 as K-40/DU-24. Original RNLAF F-84G 
					K-40 was allocated to 311 Sq; original DU-24 was RNLAF F-84F P-107.  In 1970 to Militaire 
					Luchtvaart Museu, Kamp Zeist.  Now has K-40 as tail number.   In 2014 was in storage National Military Museum (NMM), 
					Soesterberg, NL 
				10808 (MSN 2542-1261B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110808
				10809 is on display at Ailes Aciennes at Toulouse-Blagnac, painted as 51-10437.
				10810 to Belgium as FZ-149.
				10812 to Turkish AF
				10813 to Belgium as FZ-151.  To Turkish AF
				10814 to Greek AF
				10815 to Netherlands AF as K-138.  Returned to USAF in 1957.
				10818 to Greek AF
				10819 to Greek AF
				10820 (MSN 2542-1273B) to Belgium as FZ-154.  To Royal Danish AF Sep 21, 1956 as 110820, code KP-X.  W/o Jan 25, 1958 near Hogild
				10821 to Belgium as FZ-152
				10822 at Dekalia
				10823 to Turkish AF
				10825 to Turkish AF
				10826 to Turkish AF
				10827 to Greek AF
				10828 to Belgium as FZ-161.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				10831 to Turkish AF
				10832 to Greek AF	
				10833 to Belgium as FZ-144.  W/o Sep 1, 1953.
				10834 to Greek AF
				10836 to Belgium as FZ-158.   Later to Greek AF
				10837 to Greek AF
				10838 to Portuguesse AF as FAP 5216.  In 1987 was at Museo do Ar's storage facility next 
					to OGMA works at Alverca, Portugal for use as a 'trade' for possible future exhibits.
					To the Salon-de-Provence Air Base, Salon-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote D'azur.
					Is believed to be the aircraft in Portuguese AF colors with false serial
					"110885" noted Oct 2006 at museum on grounds of Musee du Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-les-Beaune,
					France.
				10839 (MSN 2542-1292B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 110839.  W/o Jul 14, 1958
				10845 to Turkish AF
				10846 to Belgium as FZ-157
				10850 to Belgium as FZ-159.
				10851 to Italian AF, later to Royal Thai AF.
				10859 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at gunnery range in Diyarbakir Apr 16, 1962.
				10860 to Belgium as FZ-148
				10869 to Belgium as FZ-150
				10870 (MSN 2542-1323B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110870.  W/o Mar 23, 1954
				10872 (MSN 2542-1325B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110872.
				10875 to Italian AF
				10878 to Portugal as FAP 5172.  Crashed Sep 17, 1958 Salvaterra de Magos, Santarém
				10884 to Turkish AF.  In midair collision with C-47 43 and crashed at Incirlik/Adana
					Jul 11, 1957
				10885 presumably went to French AF as it is reported Apr 2003 as being under restoration
					at Salon de Provence, France
				10887 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Incirlik/Adana May 9, 1957
				10890 to Belgium as FZ-156 
				10894 transferred to the French AF, flew with AC 3/1 “Argonne”, coded 1-PF.
 					In November 1957 transferred to Turkish AF, flew with 192 Filo at Balikesir AB in the province Balikesir. 
					Crashed into Aegean Sea offshore of Balik Adasi Island Aug 23, 1958 due to engine failure.  Pilot killed.
				10897 to Turkish AF
				10899 (MSN 2542-1352B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110899. W/o Feb 25, 1957
				10900 to Portugal as FAP 5108.  W/o Oct 3, 1954 (?)
				10901 to Belgium as FA-134.  W/o May 13, 1954.
				10902 (MSN 2542-1355B) to Belgium as FZ-138.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 3, 1956 as 110902, code SY-N.  
					WFU Jul 3, 1958.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped Dec 10, 1987
				10903 to Belgium as FZ-133.  W/o May 14, 1954.
				10904 to Belgium as FZ-130.  To Greek AF
				10905 to Belgium as FZ-140.  To USAF in Germany
				10906 to Belgium as FZ-135.  W/o Aug 18, 1955.
				10907 to Belgium as FZ-128.  To Turkish AF
				10908 to Netherlands AF as K-148.  Later to Turkish AF
				10909 (MSN 2542-1362B) to Belgium as FZ-131.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1956 as 11-0908, code SY-X.  
					WFU May 17, 1960.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10910 to Netherlands AF as K-142.  Later to Jugoslavian AF
				10911 to Belgium as FZ-129.  W/o Jun 9, 1955.
				10912 (MSN 2542-1365B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110912
				10913 to Belgium as FZ-127.  To USAF in Germany.
				10914 to Turkish AF
				10916 (MSN 2542-1369B) to Netherlands AF as K-140.  Later to Royal Danish AF Sep 20, 1956 as 110916, code SI-D.  
					WFU Jul 23, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10917 (MSN 2542-1370B) to Belgium as FZ-136.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 3, 1956 as 110917, code SE-Z.  
					WFU May 9, 1958.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10918 (MSN 2542-1371B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110918.  W/o Jan 24, 1956
				10919 to Netherlands AF as K-156. Returned to USAF in 1956
				10920 to Turkish AF
				10921 to Netherlands AF as K-151.  Later to Turkish AF
				10922 to Netherlands AF as K-147. W/o
				10924 to Turkish AF
				10925 to Netherlands AF as K-157.  Returned to USAF in 1956. To Yugoslavian AF.
				10926 to Netherlands AF as K-158.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10927 to Turkish AF
				10928 to Portugal as FAP 5119.  WFU 1974
				10929 (MSN 2542-1382B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110929 (MU-F)
				10930 to Belgium as FZ-132.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 10, 1957 as 110930, code SE-E.  WFU May 20, 1958.
					Used as a decoy.  Scrapped.
				10931 to Netherlands AF as K-145.  W/o
				10932 to Netherlands AF as K-161.  Returned to USAF in 1956, later to Turkish AF
				10933 (MSN 2541-1386B) to Netherlands AF as K-150.  Later to Royal Danish AF May 14, 1957 as 110933.
					Code changed in 1960 to A-933.  WFU Nov 17, 1960.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
				10934 to Netherlands AF as K-154.  W/o
				10936 to Netherlands AF as K-162.  W/o in 1956
				10937 (MSN 2541-1390B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110937
				10938 to Turkish AF
				10939 to Netherlands AF as K-152.  W/o
				10941 to Netherlands AF as K-153.  To Portuguese AF as FAFP 5213.  W/o Apr 25, 1969 Luanda, Angola
				10942 to Turkish AF
				10943 to Turkish AF
				10944 to Greek AF
				10946 to Netherlands AF as K-149.  W/o
				10947 (MSN 2541-1400B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110947
				10949 to Netherlands AF as K-173.  Later to Denmark, then to Turkish AF
				10950 to Turkish AF
				10951 to Netherlands AF as K-159. W/o
				10953 to Turkish AF
				10954 to Netherlands AF as K-146.  W/o
				10958 to Turkish AF
				10960 to Turkish AF
				10962 to Netherlands AF as K-155.  W/o in 1957.
				10963 to Turkish AF
				10964 to France as 11-SR.
				10966 to Turkish AF
				10967 to Turkish AF
				10968 to Turkish AF
				10969 to Turkish AF
				10970 to Turkish AF
51-10975/11249		Republic F-84G-26-RE Thunderjet
				10976 (MSN xxxx--1429B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110976 (PX-E).  W/o May 23, 1955
				10977 to Turkish AF
				10978 to Turkish AF
				10979 to Turkish AF
				10980 (MSN xxxx-1433B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 110980 (PX-L).  W/o May 23, 1955
				10982 to Greek AF
				10983 to Turkish AF
				10984 to French AF, later to Royal Thai AF.
				10985 to Turkish AF
				10986 to Turkish AF
				10987 to Turkish AF
				10989 to Turkish AF
				10991 to Portugal as FAP 5123.  Crashed Dec 21, 1955 Golegã, Santarém
				10994 to Portugal as FAP 5116.  Wfu 1974
				10995 to Turkish AF.  Crashed during air-to-ground gunnery
					training at Diyarbakir Jun 2, 1959
				10998 to Greek AF
				10999 to Portuguese AF as FAP 5101.  Crashed May 20, 1957
				11000 to Italian AF, later to Royal Thai AF
				11001 to Turkish AF.  On display as 6-001 at Bandirma AB, Turkey
				11002 to Portugal as FAP 5110. WFU 1974
				11003 to Turkish AF
				11004 to Turkish AF
				11009 to Turkish AF
				11012 to Portugal as FAP 5122.  WFU 1974
				11014 to Turkish AF
				11016 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10712
				11018 to Greek AF
				11019 to Turkish AF
				11020 to Portugal as FAP 5112.  w/o Apr 8, 1957, Serra doe Candeiros, Santarem
				11021 to Greek AF
				11023 to Turkish AF
				11024 to Turkish AF
				11025 to Portugal as FAP 5105.  Wo Apr 27, 1954 Ota, Santarem
				11026 to Greek AF
				11027 to Greek AF
				11028 to Turkish AF
				11030 to Greek AF
				11031 to Greek AF
				11032 to Turkish AF
				11033 to Turkish AF
				11035 to Greek AF
				11036 to Turkish AF
				11038 to Turkish AF
				11042 to Turkish AF
				11044 (MSN xxxx-1495B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111044 (PX-G).  Crashed Aug 18, 1954 10 km SW of Ulsberg
				11047 to Portgual as FAP 5104.  Wfu 1974
				11049 at Italian Air Force Museum.
				11050 to Turkish AF
				11052 to Greek AF
				11053 to Portugal as FAP 5121. WFU 1974.  Also have this one as going to Greek AF
				11056 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				11057 to Turkish AF
				11058 (MSN 2142-1509B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111058 (MU-D)
				11060 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Gonen/Bandirma Nov 18, 1959			
				11061 to Portugal as FAP 5114.  w/o Nov 15, 1955 Alcochete, Setubal
				11063 to Portugal as FAP 5117.  Crashed Jul 4, 1956, Sousel, Portalegre
				11065 to Greek AF
				11067 to Portugal as FAP 5115.  Wfu 1974
				11068 to Portugal as FAP 5118.  Wfu 1974
				11070 to Portugal as FAP 5124.  Wfu 1974
				11075 (MSN xxxx-1528B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 11075.  W/o Mar 17, 1954
				11077 to Netherlands AF as K-166.  W/o
				11080 to Turkish AF
				11081 to French AF.
				11082 to Portugal as FAP 5107.  W/o Oct 9, 1953 Ota, Santarem
				11083 (MSN xxxx-1536B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111083.  W/o Feb 3, 1956
				11084 (MSN xxxx-1537B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111084.
				11086 (MSN xxxx-1539B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111086.  W/o Jun 4, 1953
				11088 to Turkish AF
				11092 to Portugal as FAP 5111.  WFU 1974
				11094 to Portugal as FAP 5217.  WFU 1974
				11096 to Turkish AF
				11098 to Turkish AF
				11099 to Turkish AF
				11100 to Portugal as FAP 5109.  WFU 1974
				11101 to Turkish AF
				11103 to Portugal as FAP 5125.  WFU 1974
				11104 to Portugal as FAP 5113.  W/o Jan 21, 1955, Ota, Santarem
				11108 to Turkish AF
				11111 to Italian AF as 6-111.  To Portugusee AF as FAP 5103
				11110 (MSN xxxx-1563B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111110.  W/o Apr 3, 1956
				11112 to Portugal as FAP 5106.  w/o Oct 12, 1955 (?)
				11113 (MSN xxx-1566B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111113
				11114 to Portugal as FAP 5120.  Wfu 1974
				11115 to Porgtuguese AF as FAP 5102.  WFU 1974
				11119 to Turkish AF
				11120 (MSN xxxx-1573B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111120.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5164 w/o Sep 30 1967, Angola
				11123 (MSN xxxx-1576B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111123.  
				11125 to Turkish AF
				11126 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10586
				11128 to Turkish AF
				11129 to Belgium as FZ-212.  May have been broken up.
				11130 to Turkish AF
				11132 to Turkish AF
				11133 to Turkish AF
				11135 to Turkish AF
				11136 to Greek AF
				11140 to Turkish AF
				11142 (MSN ...-1595B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111142. W/o Jan 10, 1956
				11149 (MSN 1502B) to Netherlands AF as K-163.  Returned to USAF in 1957
				11151 to Turkish AF
				11152 (MSN xxxx-1605B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111152.  To Portuguese AF as 5166. WFU 1974
				11153 to Turkish AF
				11154 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at edremit/Balikesir Sep 3, 1957
				11157 (MSN xxxx-1610B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111157.  To Portuguese AF as 5167.  WFU 1974
				11159 to Greek AF
				11162 (MSN ...-1615B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111162.  WFU Apr 1960 and currently stored at Lista
					Airport, Norway
				11164 (MSN ...-1617B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111164
				11167 (MSN .. -1619B) to Royal Danish AF Mar 30, 1955 as 111167.  Code changed in 1960 to A-167.  
					WFU May 12, 1961.  Used for fire practice.  Scrapped.
				11175 to Portugal as FAP 5135.  Crashed Jul 1, 1955, Serra dos Carvalhos, Coimbra
				11176 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Bursa Jul 25, 1957.
				11177 to Turkish AF
				11179 to Turkish AF
				11183 to Turkish AF
				11184 (MSN xxxx-1637B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111184 (PX-P).  Later to Turkish AF as 111184
				11187 (MSN xxxx-1640B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111187.  W/o Sep 16, 1958
				11190 to Portugal as FAP 5142.  W/o Feb 28, 1955 (?)
				11195 to Turkish AF
				11196 (MSN xxxx-1649B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111196 (PX-Q).  W/o Dec 2, 1954 in fatal accident
					at Brevik, Norway.
				11197 to Turkish AF
				11198 to Republic of China AF as 164
				11199 to Portugal as FAP 5127.  Wfu 1974
				11200 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				11202 to Turkish AF
				11203 to Portugal as FAP 5141.  WFU 1974
				11204 to Turkish AF
				11209 (MSN 2141-1660B)MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111209.  On display at Forsvarets Flysamlig, Gardermoen, marked
					as 111209, code MU-5
				11211 to Turkish AF
				11212 to Portugal as FAP 5143.  WFU 1974
				11214 to Turkish AF
				11216 to Portugal as FAP 5137.  Crashed Jan 17, 1957 (or Jan 17, 1956)
				11217 to Turkish AF
				11218 to Turkish AF
				11219 to Portugal as FAP 5128.   Wfu 1974
				11220 to Greek AF
				11223 to Portugal as FAP 5145.  WFU 1974
				11224 (MSN ...-1675B) to Royal Danish AF May 31, 1955 as 11124, code KR-X.  W/o Jan 25, 1958 at Karup AB
				11225 to Turkish AF
				11228 to Portugal as FAP 5139
				11230 to Netherlands AF as K-172.  W/o in 1957
				11231 to Portugal as FAP 5129. WFU 1974
				11233 to Netherlands AF as K-168.  W/o
				11235 to Turkish AF
				11236 to Turkish AF
				11238 to Turkish AF
				11240 to Turkish AF
				11242 (MSN xxx-1695B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111242 (code PX-O)
				11243 (MSN xxxx-1696B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111243 (code PX-R).  W/o Aug 15, 1955.
				11244 to Turkish AF
				11245 to Portugal as FAP 5138. W/o Jul 1, 1956 (Serra dos Carvalhos, Coimbra)
				11246 to Italian AF as 6-246
				11247 to Turkish AF
				11248 to Portugual as 5149.  W/o Jun 23, 1955 (?)
				11249 (MSN xxxx-1702B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 111249
51-11250		Republic RF-84F-16-RE Thunderflash
				To Belgium as FR-1 Jul 21, 1955.  DBR by multiple bird strikes.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored at Koksijde Jan 31, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
51-11251/11252		Republic RF-84F-15-RE Thunderflash
				11251 to Turkish AF May 12, 1958
				11252 to Greek AF,  Returned to USAF, to MASDC Oct 1, 1970.  Scrapped.
51-11253/11254		Republic RF-84F-16-RE Thunderflash
				11253 to Royal Netherlands AF Aug 1955 as TP-19, later P-5.  Later to Hellenic AF Apr 1963 as 11253.  Returned to
					Royal Netherlands AF 1988 as TP-19 and in 1988 put on display at Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp Zeist
					painted in original Klu insignia.  In 2014 in depot storage at National Military Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands.
				11254 to Netherlands as P-2.  W/o 8/13/57
51-11255/11256		Republic RF-84F-15-RE Thunderflash
				11255 to Greek AF
				11246 (127th TRG, Michigan ANG) in midair collision with 51-1942 during night
					formation approach Sep 14, 1965.  Plane crashed into a bean field near northern Detroit, MI.  Pilot killed.
51-11257		Republic RF-84F-16-RE Thunderflash
				To Belgium as FR-8 Oct 1955.  Stored Koksijde Feb 1972.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
51-11258/11294		Republic RF-84F-15-RE Thunderflash
				11258 to Turkish AF Oct 25, 1958
				11259 to Greek AF, later returned to USAF.  Mounted on a post outside the
					Nebraska ANG base at Lincoln MAP, Nebraska
				11260 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-524 for Strategic Air Command; 
					ex 51-11260 USAF 4925th Test Group at Kirtland AFB (NM); 
					ex 51-11260 USAF 4900th ABG at Kirtland AFB (NM); 
					ex 51-11260 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); Air Material Command at Brookley AFB (AL); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian AF / Aeronautica Militare (25feb58);
					ex 11260/3-60 132° Gruppo RT (60);  ex 11260/3-6 18° Gruppo CR;  ex 11260/3-06 18° Gruppo CR; 
					Noted scrap yard Petrimetal at Castrette di Villorba, Treviso, Italy (74-78); 
					Preserved pole mounted as ‘11260’ and nose code ‘17’ inside Parco Dittellandia at Castel 
					Volturno, Caserta, Italy (oct89-24may08); this RF-84F is likely to be disposed of (apr15).
				11262 to MASDC Apr 23, 1971.  Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				11263 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-524 for Strategic Air Command, 
					Available Republic Farmingdale (24mar55), accepted by USAF (20jun55); delivered USAF (29jun55); 
					ex 51-2263 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian AF / Aeronautica Militare (25feb58); 
					ex 11263/3-63 28° Gruppo RT (63); coded 11263/3-25 18° Gruppo RT Aug 1, 1968
				11264 (MSN 145) assigned to USAF 432nd RG, 29th TRS (363rd TRW).  Later to Alabama ANG 106th TRS.  
					To Royal Danish AF Jun 18, 1963 as 111264, code C-264. Assigned to 729 Squadron.  WFU Sep 31, 1971.
					To Mobilium Museum, Billund, Denmark.  Later to restoration at Karup AFB.  As C-264 on display 
					with Dansk Veteranflysamling, at Stauning Airport, Ringkobing, Jutland, Denmark.
				11265 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-524 for Strategic Air Command, 
					Available Republic Farmingdale (28mar55), accepted by USAF (31may55); delivered USAF (23jun55); 
					ex 51-11265 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian AF / Aeronautica Militare (25feb58); 
					ex 3-20 18°Gruppo RT; ex 3-26 18°Gruppo RT; ex 3-51 132° Gruppo RT;
					To scrap yard Petrimetal at Castrette di Villorba, Treviso, Italy (74-78); scrapped.
				11266 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-158 for USAF in Europe, 
					Available Republic Farmingdale (24mar55), accepted by USAF (28apr55); delivered USAF (04may55); 
					ex 51-11266 USAF 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing at Luke AFB (AZ); 
					ex 51-11266 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian AF / Aeronautica Militare (25feb58); 
					ex 11266/3-166 Gruppo /3ª Aerobrigata (aug60); ex 11266/3-04 18° Gruppo CR; 
					To scrap yard Petrimetal at Castrette di Villorba, Treviso, Italy (sep77); scrapped.
				11267 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-524 for Strategic Air Command, 
					Available Republic Farmingdale (29mar55), accepted by USAF (29sep55); delivered USAF (10oct55); 
					ex 51-11267 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian AF / Aeronautica Militare (25feb58); 
					ex 11267/3-167 Gruppo /3ª Aerobrigata (aug60); ex 11267/3-3 18° Gruppo CR; 
					ex 11267/3-50 132° Gruppo CR; 
					Forward section noted immediately north of the public entrance at Parco Ditellandia in Castel 
					Volturno, Caserta, Italy (jul 2000-02mar 2003); believed to have been broken up.
				11268 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-524 for Strategic Air Command, 
					Available Republic Farmingdale (29mar55), accepted by USAF (13jun55); delivered USAF (29apr55); 
					ex 51-11268 USAF 71st SRW at Larson AFB (WA); 
					Handed over at Brookley AFB (AL) and MAP transfer to the Italian AF / Aeronautica Militare (25feb58); 
					ex 11268/3-168 Gruppo /3ªAerobrigata; 
					Noted with code 3-04? scrapyard Petrimetal at Castrette di Villorba, Treviso, Italy; scrapped
				11269 assigned to USAF 71st SRW, 363rd TRW.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  To Michigan ANG 171st TRS.
					Michigan ANG 107th TRS.  Iowa ANG 174th TRS.  Was to have gone to Royal Danish AF 111264, code C-269.  
					Crashed May 15, 1962 on takeoff from Cannon AFB, NM on delivery flight to Denmark.
				11270 built on USAF contract number AF-14810 with project number 5F-524 for Strategic Air Command, 
					Available Republic Farmingdale (05apr55), accepted by USAF (27may55); delivered USAF (24jun55); 
					ex 5