1951 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised April 14, 2014


51-001/071		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				001 (c/n G-74) crashed in Panamint Mountains, Death Valley, CA Jan 24, 1952
				002 (c/n G-75) to Argentinian Navy as 0535. WFU 1977
				003 (c/n G-76) 
				004 (c/n G-77) converted to Conroy Albatross with turboprop engines.  On civil registry as
					N459U, then N16CA
				005 (c/n G-78) to Argentine AF as spares source.  To Argentine Navy as 0534. WFU 1977.
				006 (c/n G-79) on display at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.
				007 (c/n G-80)
				008 (c/n G-81, 3rd ARS) damaged in takeoff in rough seas Jan 16, 1952.
				009 (c/n G-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 (c/n G-83) w/o Feb 8, 1966
				011 (c/n G-84)
				012 (c/n G-85)
				013 (c/n G-86)
				014 (c/n G-87) to Chile in 1963.  Converted to SHU-16B Oct 2, 1963.  Now registered as
						N8497N.  Disassembled at Cartersville, GA 2004
				015 (c/n G-88) to US Coast Guard as UF-1G 1015
				016 (c/n G-89) to US Coast Guard as UF-1G 1016.  To civil registry as N6195A
				017 (c/n G-90) to civil registry as N7026C
				018 (c/n G-91)
				019 (c/n G-92/40B, HU-16E) FMS to Philippines Coast Guard as 10019, then to
					RP-X459, later RP-C459.  Reported sold to owner in USA Oct 17, 2005 as
					N5545, but registered as N5545 of Diamand Aero Corp of Orange, CA, so
					this US registration must have been allocated much earlier.  
					Registration N10019 reserved Dec 1, 2005, taken up Jan 4, 2006
				020 (c/n G-93)
				021 (c/n G-94)
				022 (c/n G-96) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				023 (c/n G-97) to US Coast Guard as 1023
				024 (c/n G-98) to Chile in 1963.  Converted into SHU-16B Oct 10, 1963.  Now on display
						at the National Aeronautics Museum in Santiago, Chile.
				025 (c/n G-99) to civil registryas N7141S.  Reregistered N44HQ Sep 18, 2008
				026 (c/n G-100) to civil registry as N7027T.  At one time was USCG 1026
				027 (c/n G-101)
				028 (c/n G-102)
				029 (c/n G-103)
				030 (c/n G-104) to civil registry as N7027L.  At one time was USCG 1030
				031 (c/n G-105)
				032 (c/n G-107)
				033 (c/n G-108) to Argentine AF as BS-01.  Soc 1979.  Sold to Andes Avacion
						as LV-RBJ.  Damaged in Palomar 1992.  Sold as N9107Z.  Seen
						at Oskosh in 1997 with Andes color scheme.  Became N39SB.  Registration
						cancelled May 22, 2001 as exported to Mexico.  Apparently never
						registered in Mexico, registered by FAA as N666HA Jan 25, 2005.  Now
						at Hibbard Aviation.
				034 (c/n G-109) to Argentine AF as BS-03.  Now at Museo Aeronaval de
						Commandante Espora, Bahia Blanca.
				035 (c/n G-110) to Italian AF as MM51-035, coded 15-8.  Preserved at Gorizia
				036 (c/n G-111) went missing between Iceland and Greenland Nov 15, 1953
				037 (c/n G-112) to Italian AF as MM51-037.  Preserved at Gorizia Friuli-Venezia Sep 2005.
				038 (c/n G-113) to Peru in 1963 as FAP 517
				039 (c/n G-114) w/o Apr 18, 1956 near Wheelus AB, Licya
				040 (c/n G-115) to Norway
				041 (c/n G-117) to Peru in 1963 as FAP 518
				042 (c/n G-118)
				043 (c/n G-119) to civil registry as N7049D
				044 (c/n G-120) to Norway as WH-G.  Presumably to Greek AF, as noted stored
					at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				045 (c/n G-121)
				046 (c/n G-122)
				047 (c/n G-123)
				048 (c/n G-124) to Norway.  Transferred to Peru in 1970 as FAP 520
				049 (c/n G-126)
				050 (c/n G-127) to Norway.  Transferred to Peru in 1970 as FAP 521
				051 (c/n G-128)
				052 (c/n G-129)
				053 (c/n G-130)
				054 (c/n G-131)
				055 (c/n G-132)
				056 (c/n G-133)
				057 (c/n G-135)
				058 (c/n G-136) w/o Jul 3, 1965 in Gulf of Tonkin.
				059 (c/n G-137)
				060 (c/n G-138) to Norway 
				061 (c/n G-139, 3rd ARS) capsized in high seas Jan 13, 1953.
				062 (c/n G-141) crashed into mountains in Japan in bad weather
					Feb 13, 1953.  7 killed.
				063 (c/n G-142)
				064 (c/n G-143)
				065 (c/n G-144)
				066 (c/n G-145)
				067 (c/n G-146) to N3395F of Antilles Air Boats, Inc, St Thomas, VI
				068 (c/n G-147) to Norway.  Transferred to Greece in 1970.  Notes stored
					at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				069 (c/n G-148) transferred to Spain as AN.1-1  Reserialed to AN.1A-1 and w/o Sep 19, 1974.
				070 (c/n G-149) to Norway.  Transferred to Greece in 1970.  Noted preserved
					at Elefsis Sep 2005.
				071 (c/n G-151).  Machine painted as 51-071 at Rescue Heritage Hall Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM is really
					HU-16E USCG 1280, c/n G-302.  071 was destroyed by North Vietnamese
					shore batteries Mar 14 1966 while attempting to rescue crew of
					downed F-4C 64-0740 off Haiphong.  2 crew members killed.
51-072			Douglas YC-124B-DL Globemaster II
				c/n 43406.  Ordered as YKC-124B.  Broken up at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL.
					Fuselage used for munitions loading and transport training.
51-073/182		Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
				c/n 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 (c/n 43407) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ282 Jay 8, 1972
				074 (c/n 43408) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 21, 1970
				075 (c/n 43409) w/o Oct 1, 1974 in ground accident at Elmendorf AFB, AK
				076 (c/n 43410) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess 
					Jan 21, 1970
				077 (c/n 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 (c/n 43412) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1969.  Declared excess
					Jan 21, 1970
				080 (c/n 43414) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ212 Oct 27, 1971.
				081 (c/n 43415) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ197 Jun 23, 1971.
				082 (c/n 43416) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ228 Dec 29, 1971
				083 (c/n 43417) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1971.
				085 (c/n 43419) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ279 Apr 25, 1972.
				086 (c/n 43420) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess
					Jan 21, 1970
				087 (c/n 43421) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ288 May 26, 1972
				088 (c/n 43422) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ183 Apr 27, 1971
				089 (c/n 43423) at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB.
				090 (c/n 43424) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1971.
				091 (c/n 43425) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as C0184 May 3, 1971
				092 (c/n 43426) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ127 Dec 7, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				093 (c/n 43427) converted to C-124C.  to MASDC Aug 23, 1971
				094 (c/n 43428) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1971
				095 (c/n 43429) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ146 Oct 1, 1970
				096 (c/n 43430) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970
				097 (c/n 43431) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970
				098 (c/n 43432) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ239 Feb 10, 1972
				099 (c/n 43433) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ198 Aug 9, 1971
				100 (c/n 43434) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ185 May 10, 1971.
				101 (c/n 43435) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				102 (c/n 43436) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ272 Apr 18, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				103 (c/n 43437) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1972.
				104 (c/n 43438) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ219 Dec 9, 1971.
				105 (c/n 43439) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ291 Jun 6, 1972. Declared excess May 16, 1973
				106 (c/n 43440) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				107 (c/n 43441) crashed on Mt. Gannet near Anchorage, AK Nov 22, 1952 on flight from McChord AFB, 
					Washington. 52 killed.  Wreckage was spotted soon after the heavy transport plane vanished, but 
					it 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. 
				108 (c/n 43442) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 19, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 21, 1970.
				109 (c/n 43443) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1971
				110 (c/n 43444) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC as CQ265 Apr 4, 1972.
				111 (c/n 43445) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Oct 4, 1971
				112 (c/n 43446) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1971.
				113 (c/n 43447) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ169 Apr 6, 1971
				114 (c/n 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 (c/n 43449) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				116 (c/n 43450) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ125 Dec 2, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				118 (c/n 42452) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ204 Sep 28, 1971.
				119 (c/n 43453) in pieces in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Had been
					damaged in Bradley Air Museum tornado.
				120 (c/n 43454) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ114 Nov 17, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				121 (c/n 43455) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1971.
				122 (c/n 43456) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ159 Mar 23, 1971.
				123 (c/n 43457) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Apr 22, 1971
				124 (c/n 43458) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ149 Dec 14, 1970
				126 (c/n 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 (c/n 43461) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969.
				128 (c/n 43462) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1972
				129 (c/n 43463) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ230 Jan 11, 1972
				130 (c/n 43464) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ280 Apr 25, 1972.
					Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				131 (c/n 43465) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ155 Jan 20, 1971
				132 (c/n 43466) DBR Sep 8, 1972.
				133 (c/n 43467) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1971
				134 (c/n 43468) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1971.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				135 (c/n 43469) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ229 Jan 7, 1972.
				136 (c/n 43470) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ190 Jun 10, 1971.
				137 (c/n 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 (c/n 43472) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ160 Mar 25, 1971 
				140 (c/n 43474) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ195 Jul 12, 1971
				141 (c/n 43475) crashed on re-approach to Kimpo AB, South Korea Feb 22, 1957.  158 on board, 22 killed.
				142 (c/n 43476) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 23, 1971.
				143 (c/n 43477) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				144 (c/n 43478) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ148 Nov 12, 1970
				145 (c/n 43479) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Apr 13, 1971
				147 (c/n 43481) crashed into mountain May 24, 1962 while
					on training mission out of Tachikawa AB, Japan.
					All 7 aboard killed.
				148 (c/n 43482) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971
				149 (c/n 43483) crashed Iwo Jima Nov 20, 1955.
				150 (c/n 43484) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1972
				151 (c/n 43485) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ253 Feb 29, 1972
				152 (c/n 43486) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ283 May 8, 1972.
					Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				153 (c/n 43487) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1972.
				154 (c/n 43488) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ251 Feb 25, 1972
				155 (c/n 43489) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 29, 1969
				156 (c/n 43490) crashed on landing at San Salvador Is Auxiliary AFB 
					Aug 15, 1956.  1 killed, 11 injured.
				157 (c/n 43491) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1971
				158 (c/n 43492) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1969
				159 (c/n 43493) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ094 Jun 25, 1969
				160 (c/n 43494) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ213 Nov 1, 1971.
				161 (c/n 43495) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ258 Mar 17, 1972.
				162 (c/n 43496) crashed at Augusta-Bush Field, GA and DBR.
				163 (c/n 43497) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC as CQ131 Dec 9, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
				164 (c/n 43498) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 21, 1970.
				165 (c/n 43499) crashed while landing at Tinker AFB, OK
					Sep 17, 1958.  1 of 8 occupants killed.
				166 (c/n 43500) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971
				167 (c/n 43501) DBR at March AFB Jun 6, 1971.
				168 (c/n 43502) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1971.
				169 (c/n 43503) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ164 Mar 30, 1971
				170 (c/n 43504) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ199 Aug 19, 1971.
				171 (c/n 43505) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ235 Jan 26, 1972
				172 (c/n 43506) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ275 Apr 20, 1972
				173 (c/n 43507) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972
				174 (c/n 43508) crashed on takeoff from Tacoma-McChord AFB, WA May 24, 1961.
					All 22 onboard killed.
				175 (c/n 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 (c/n 43510) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 19, 1971
				177 (c/n 43511) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ306 Aug 8, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
				178 (c/n 43512) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ236 Jan 27, 1972
				179 (c/n 43513) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ262 Mar 27, 1972.  Transferred to another agency May 29, 1972
				180 (c/n 43514) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ224 Dec 17, 1971.
				181 (c/n 43515) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ261 Mar 24, 1972.
				182 (c/n 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
				c/n 16250/16273
				198 damaged in landing at MacDill AFB, Florida.
51-207/230		Boeing KC-97E-45-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16274/16297
				220 lost Jul 6, 1956, Goose Bay, Labrador
				224 converted to C-97E.  "Miss Oklahoma City" with Oklahoma ANG in 1972.  To MASDC as CH534 Dec 29, 1972
51-231/242		Boeing KC-97E-50-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16298/16309
51-243/254		Boeing KC-97F-50-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16310/16321
				243 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC as CH501 Jun 15, 1971
				246 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
				252 converted to C-97F.
				253 fuselage with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				254 (c/n 16321) suffered engine failure on takeoff from Azores
					May 10, 1957, overran the runway and caught fire.
51-255/278		Boeing KC-97F-55-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16322/16345
				258 (c/n 16325) ditched in Atlantic May 9, 1957 following a double engine
					failure.  The plane floated for 10 days and was sunk by
					USS Wisconsin.
				266 converted to C-97F
				277 to MASDC 
51-279/302		Boeing KC-97F-60-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16346/16369
				281 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1968
				283 to MASDC
				293 to MASDC Jun 1962.
51-303/326		Boeing KC-97F-65-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16370/16393
				0309,0319,0322,0326 converted to C-97F
				312 to MASDC Apr 14, 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
51-327/350		Boeing KC-97F-70-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16394/16417
				332 converted to KC-97H, testbed for probe-and-drogue refueling.
51-351/374		Boeing KC-97F-17-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16418/16441
				363 (c/n 16430) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 100 mi off Orlando
					FL Mar 30, 1960.  5 survivors rescued.
51-375/397		Boeing KC-97F-18-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16442/16464. 
				378 to Israel AF as ?/4X-FPU, modified to ELINT
				381 to MASDC
				388 was on display at Lincoln AFB.  Not sure what happened to the plane when the base closed in 1965.
				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
				395 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1970.
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
				c/n 16465/16488.  Unarmed bomber-navigation trainer.
				All converted to KB-50K
51-471/476		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962
				471 (c/n G-152)
				472 (c/n G-153)
				473 (c/n G-154) to Philippines in 1970s.  Then to N6327 of Aircraft Surplus Co, 
					Tucson, AZ
				474 (c/n G-155) to Norway
				475 (c/n G-156)
				476 (c/n G-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, GA
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) ran out of fuel after battle with MiGs Aug 6, 1952.
				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
				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 on display at Springfield MAP, OH
				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
				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
				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
				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, 555h FBS) crashed 1 mi N of Wethersfield, England Dec 19, 1952.
				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 to Belgium as FZ-200.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				1002 (3600 MSG) crashlanded at Luke AFB, Arizona Jan 12, 1953
				1027 to Turkish AF --the aircraft displayed at Cannon AFB, NM as 11027 is really 47-1530
				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 (c/n 2835-1667) to Danish AF May 1955 as 11044, then A-044.  WFU Sep 8, 1961.
				1048 (c/n 2835-1671) to Danish AF. 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.
				1056 to Italian AF as 11056, later to Turkish AF
				1057 to Turkish AF.  Noted 1987 in Turkish Aviation Museum, Ataturk AP, Istanbul
				1058 (c/n 2835-1681) to Danish AF Jun 1955 as 11058, then A-058.  WFU May 12, 1961.  Displayed in
					playground at Over Jerstal, Denmark.   Broken up in 1970s
				1064 (c/n 2835-1687) to Danish AF May 1955 as 11064.   w/o Feb 18, 1957 3 km SW of Genner Kirke, Denmark
					after midair with 110216
				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
				1100 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed into sea during navigation flight Dec 26, 1952
				1101 (c/n 3035-1724) to Danish AF May 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 (c/n 3035-1737) to Danish AF as SE-F, 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 (c/n ...-1742) to Norwegian AF
				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 to Norwegian AF Feb 1953 as 11124.  W/o May 20, 1957 at Bodo AB, Norway
				1126 to Turkish AF
				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 (c/n 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 (c/n ...-1774) to Norwegian AF Feb 1953 as 11151.  WFU May 7, 1958
				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, 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 (c/n 3235-1810) to Danish AF May 1955 as 11187, then A-187.  WFU Apr 20, 1960
				1193 to Turkish AF
				1195 to Turkish AF
				1196 to Turkish AF
				1197 (c/n 3235-1820) to Danish AF Mar 1955 as 11197.  W/o Mar 22, 1956 at Karup AB, Denmark
				1200 to Norwegian AF as 11200.  WFU May 7, 1958
				1201 (c/n 3235-1824) to 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 (c/n 3235-1839) to Norwegian AF as 11216.  SOC Sep 19, 1955.  To Portuguese AF as 5165?
				1217 (c/n 3235-1840) to Danish AF May 1955 as 11217, then A-217.  WFU Jul 25, 1961
				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
				1232 to Thai AF
				1237 w/o Jan 25, 1958 near Iwakuni AB, Japan in midiar with 51-1300 and 51-1312.
				1240 to Italian AF as 11240
				1249 to Thai AF
				1267 to Thai AF
				1269 to civil registry as N4118A
				1280 to Thai AF
51-1282/1343		Republic F-84G-25-RE Thunderjet
				1282 to Thai AF
				1308 to Thai AF
				1320 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1322 to Thai AF
				1324 in accident 3 mi W of Richmond, ME Jun 1, 1953.
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
				1346 on display at Rickenbacker, OH.  Used at Edwards AFB for trial RATO takeoffs and
					ZELL launches
				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
				1364 to NACA at Moffett Field, California as NACA 155.
				1370 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1378 at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, California in Feb 2001.
51-1381/1430		Republic F-84F-10-RE Thunderstreak
				1383 to GF-84F at Sheppard TTC, TX
				1386 displayed at 8th AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA
				1388 to MASDC Nov 1958
				1394 to MASDC Nov 1958
				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
				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 at Greater Pittsburgh Apt, PA
				1509 to MASDC Nov 1958
51-1511/1620		Republic F-84F-20-RE Thunderstreak
				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 at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY.
51-1621/1707		Republic F-84F-25-RE Thunderstreak
				1622 to MASDC Jun 1972 to Sep 1972
				1631 displayed in Community Park, Monroeville, IN
				1632 to MASDC in 1972
				1633 to MASDC. 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, UT
				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
				1653 on display at VFW post in Athens, GA.
				1654 to MASDC
				1655 to Western Community College, Council Bluffs, IA as N4930
				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, MO as N65034, then to Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.
					in 1980.  Still there Oct 2006.
				1660 to Luftwaffe as DE-107, DE-367.  W/o Jun 23, 1961
				1662 displayed at Harrison, AR 1973 to 1990.  Allotted to Mayville, ND 1993
				1664 at Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI.
				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
				1672 to MASDC in 1971
				1676 to MASDC in 1971
				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 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
				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.  To MASDC
51-1710/1760		Republic F-84F-25-RE Thunderstreak
				1713 displayed at Escanaba/Delta County Apt, MI as 01748
				1714 displayed at SAC Museum, Offutt AFB (moved to Mahoney State Park in 1998.
				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
				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
				1733 to Luftwaffe as DE-255, DE-378, DE-126, DD-374.  On display at Rhein-Main
					Apt as DJ-134
				1735 allocated to Correctionville IA for display Oct 1971.
				1739 displayed in Community Park, South Whitley, IN Nov 1971 to Oct 2000.
				1744 to Italian AF as 11744
				1745 to MASDC
				1747 displayed at Montperlier, IN as 52-709 (1970 to 1996)
				1748 on display at Columbia, MS airport. In Jan 1993 was on display at Alabama Aviation College near Ozark
					Airport, Alabama
				1750 (366th TFW) crashed near Doncourt-les-Longuyon, France Jan 22, 1963
				1752 to MASDC 
				1757 to MASDC
51-1761/1827		Republic F-84F-30-RE Thunderstreak
				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 McClellan AFB, CA
				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 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 on display at Springfield, OH.
				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
				1810 on display at Cannon AFB, NM.
				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 at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, AR. 
				1818 displayed at Fairfield MAP, IA Apr 1971 to 2003.  Still there in 2010.
				1822 on display at Springfield, IL.
				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 to Italian AF as 11829, served as maintenance trainer before they
					received operational models.
51-1832			Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
				w/o May 12,1957 with 698th FS
51-1833/1838		Republic RF-84F-1-RE Thunderflash
				1833 to Turkey Oct 1957
51-1839/1873		Republic RF-84F-5-RE Thunderflash
				1839 crashed 1 mi E of Shinnecock Inlet, NY.
				1841 to Germany as EB108 - Crashed Apr 20, 1960
				1842 to Italian AF as 11842
				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 to Greek AF as 11847.  Returned to USAF.  Stored at USAF Museum, OH since 1990.
				1848 modified for FICON experiments and was used in Tom-Tom tests
					attached to wingtip of modified B-36.  To Turkish AF May 1958
				1849 modified for FICON experiments and was used in Tom-Tom tests
					attached to wingtip of modified B-36.  To Turkish AF 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 Technloogy 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.
				1855 to Turkish AF Oct 7, 1957
				1856 to Turkish AF Oct 7, 1957
				1857 to Turkish AF Oct 11, 1957
				1858 to Italian AF as 11858.
				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 (c/n 37) to RDAF in Jun 1958 as 11865, then 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
				1877 to Taiwan 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 to Italian AF as 11884.  Dumped at Billafranca AB, Italy Nov 1974
				1885 (217th TRG, Michigan ANG) crashed near Round Lake, Michigan Oct 27, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				1886 to Belgium 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 solf for scrap.  To 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 to Netherlands as P-21.  To Turkey Oct 17, 1963 as 11890.
				1891 to Taiwan 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
				1896 at Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI.
				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.
				1903 to Taiwan 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.
				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 to Italian AF as 11928.  Noted in scrapyard at Castrette, Italy.  Displayed at Musee
					d'Avions du Mas Palegrv, Perpignan, France with tail from 27457.
				1929 allotted to Neligh, NB in 1971
				1931 to MASDC as FA162 Apr 8, 1971.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Apr 23, 1975
				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, NE
				1936 displayed at Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg/Skyhaven Apt.
					Also have this one going to Taiwan as 5624
				1937 (c/n 109) to Danish AF 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
				1939 to Turkish AF Nov 24, 1957
				1940 to Italian AF as 11940.  Stored at Villafranca AB, Italy
				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.  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 to Danish AF as C-946 May 1962.  Crashed May 13, 1966 at Vinding Kirke, Denmark (Esk 729)
				1947 to Italian AF
				1948 displayed at Harlan Apt, IA 1971 to 1996. 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
				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
				c/n 450098/450134
				2045 delivered to Lockheed Marietta as pattern aircraft for Refinement Program.
					Remained as a static test vehicle.  Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.
				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.
				2047 redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				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
				2051 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2052 redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2053 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				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 
				2056 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2057 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2058 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				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 
				2061 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2062 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2063 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2064 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2065 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B     
				2066 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B. 
					Converted to WB-47.
				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
				2068 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2069 updated and redesignated TB-47B 
				2070 to TB-47B
				2071 redesignated EB-47B Sep 1952 and JB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
					redesignated TB-47B
				2072 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2073 During ferry flight between Wichita and Oklahoma City outboard cowling of
					number 2 engine fell off.  Landed safely.  Updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2074 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				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, CA.
				2076 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2077 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2078 redesignated EB-47B Nov 1952 and JTB-47B  Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
					redesignated TB-47B
				2079 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2080 redesignated JB-47B Jan 1956 and subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B 
				2081 updated and redesignated TB-47B
51-2082/2136		Boeing B-47B-30-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450135/450189
				2082 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2083 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2084 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				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 crashed near town of Braman, OK Jan 6 1955.
				2087 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2088 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				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
				2091 updated and redesignated TB-47B
				2092 w/o Mar 16, 1954 at Forbes AFB, Kansas
				2096 lost in touch-and-go accident Oct 13, 1953 at March AFB, California.  Some fatalities
				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
				2100 (321st BS) unable to find base, ran out of fuel and crashed 50 mi S o Sidi Slimane AB, French
					Morocco Dec 10, 1954.  3 crew ejected.
				2103 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1952.  In Dec 1954 converted to XB-47D testbed for Wright XT-49 
					turboprop as Model 450-162-49.  
				2104 (379th BW(M)) crashed and burned 10 nm SW of Homestead AFB, FL Mar 13, 1958.  4 crew
					killed.
				2112 lost prior to 1957.
				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.
				2119 damaged in landing accident Apr 23, 1954 at Pinecastle AB, Florida
				2120 used at one stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties.
					Put on display at Whiteman AFB, MO.
				2122 to TB-47B
				2132 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
				2135 seen at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ in 2001.
51-2137/2191		Boeing B-47B-35-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450190/450244
				2141, 2150, 2155, 2160 ,2165, 2170, 2175, 2180,
					2185, and 2190 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT
				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.
				2142 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated RB-47B
				2144 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
				2145 was cancelled.  Completed by Lockheed as mockup only.
				2147 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
				2149 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
				2152 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.
					Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated UB-47B
				2154 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
				2155 redesignated EB-47B Sep 1954 and JB-47B Feb 1956.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				2157 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
				2159 converted to YRB-47B, redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955, subsequently updated and 
					redesignated B-47B again
				2160 redesignated EB-47B Oct 1954 and JB-47B Feb 1956.  Reverted to B-47B, subsequently
					updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2162 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2163 converted to DB-47B
				2164 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2165 converted to DB-47B
				2166 converted to DB-47B
				2167 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.
					To MASDC Jul 1960
				2168 converted to DB-47B
				2169 converted to DB-47B 
				2170 converted to DB-47B
				2171 converted to DB-47B
				2172 converted to DB-47B
				2173 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2174 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2175 (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
				2177 (DB-47B) 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
				2179 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B 
				2180 converted to DB-47B
				2181 converted to DB-47B.  Seen on its belly with obvious damage and engines stripped off.
				2182 converted to DB-47B
				2183 converted to DB-47B
				2184 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2185 converted to DB-47B
				2186 flew as YDB-47B with XGAM-63 missiles.
				2187 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2188 converted to DB-47B
				2189 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
				2190 converted to DB-47B
				2191 converted to DB-47B
51-2192/2246		Boeing B-47B-40-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450245/450299
				2192 (320th BW, 441st BS) crashed on takeoff at March AFB,
					CA Mar 2, 1957.  4 on board killed.
				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
				2194 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2195 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2199 (321st BW, 46th BS) cashed on takeoff from Loring AFB, ME
					Nov 22, 1958.  4 onboard killed.
				2204, 2210, 2217, 2224, 2231, 2237, and 2243 completed by Lockheed 
					as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.
				2192/2234 to DB-47B
				2200 redesignated JB-47B Mar 1956.
				2201 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2203 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2205 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				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
				2209 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2213 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2214 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2215 converted to WB-47B presumably before becoming DB-47
				2216 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2218 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2219 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2221 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2222 redesignated EB-47B Mar 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956
				2223 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2224 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
				2226 converted to YRB-47B.  Lost sometime befor mid 1956
				2228 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC
				2229 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2231 (320th BW) crashed on takeoff from March AFB 10/13/1955.
					All crew killed. 
				2232 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953.  Lost sometime before mid 1956.
				2233 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II 
				2235 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2236 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2238 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2239 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2241 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2242 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2244 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2245 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
51-2247/2301		Boeing B-47B-45-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450300/450354
				2247 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2248 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2249 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2250 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2252 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2253 converted to YRB-47B.  Lost sometime before mid-1956.
				2255 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2256 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2258 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2259 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				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 killed.
				2262 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 1961.
				2264 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2266 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.
					Canopy fell off aircraft at 13,000 feet Oct 1, 1952.  No injuries.
				2267 (306th BW) stalled at landing and crashed at Upper Heyford, UK Jul 2, 1953
				2268 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2270 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2274 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW at Homestead AFB, FL lost Jul 12, 1960
					after engine exploded.  Crew survived.
				2275 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2279 to EB-47B-46-BW Feb 1953 and to JB-47B Feb 1956
				2280 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2281 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2285 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2286 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2288 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2292 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2293 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2295 to MASDC Nov 1960.
				2297 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2300 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953
				2301 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
51-2302/2356		Boeing B-47B-50-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450355/450409
				2304 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2307 to MASDC Sept 1960.
				2311 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2312 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2313 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
				2315 (c/n 450368) at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, IN.  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.
				2317 (19th BW, Homestead AFB, FL) overran runway during aborted takeoff Oct 1, 1957.  Crew survived.
				2320 to MASDC Sept 1960.
				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.
				2332 (19th BW) collided with 51-2352 during mass refueling Jan 24, 1957.
				2337 to MASDC Apr 1961.
				2348 to MASDC Jun 1961.
				2349 was the plane that jettisoned an H-bomb off the coast of Tybee Island, Georgia in 1958 after a midair
					collision.  Plane never flew again.
				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)
				2352 (19th BW) collided with 51-2332 during mass refueling Jan 24, 1957.
				2356 to MASDC Sept 1960.
51-2357/2411		Boeing B-47E-55-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450410/450464
				2358 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
				2359 to JB-47E-55-BW
				2360 converted to WB-47E. Was on display at New England 
					Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  Now at Heritage Museum, Hill AFB, UT
				2362 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 24, 1969
				2363 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
				2365 (308th BW) crashed Jun 4, 1959 during emergency landing on long taxiway due to fire.  3 crewmembers killed.
				2367 to MASDC
				2368 to JB-47E-I-BW
				2369 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1965.
				2372 to MASDC
				2373 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969
				2375 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.
				2380 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
				2382 crashed during takeoff at Fairford, UK Aug 6, 1954
				2383 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC May 1, 1965
				2385 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1966
				2386 to JB-47E-I-65-BW
				2387 converted to WB-47E.  Was on display at Oklahoma City Fair Grounds,
					Oklahoma City, OK.  In 2007 moved to Kansas Aviation Museum, Wichita, KS.
				2388 to MASDC
				2390 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
				2396 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1965
				2397 converted to WB-47E.  Crashed at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico Dec 5, 1966.
				2398 to MASDC
				2402 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
				2404 to MASDC
				2406 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				2408 converted to WB-47E
				2411 to MASDC
51-2412/2445		Boeing B-47E-60-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450465/450498
				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
				2417 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
				2418 to MASDC
				2419 to MASDC
				2420 converted to WB-47E.  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
				2425 (96th BW) crashed on approach to Hickam AFB, Hawaii Apr 7, 1957.  Crew status not noted.
				2426 to MASDC
				2427 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
				2428 to MASDC
				2429 to MASDC
				2430 to MASDC
				2431 to MASDC
				2432 to MASDC
				2435 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
51-2446/2531		Bell H-13D-BF Sioux
				c/n 184/327 range.  One converted to XH-13F.  Redesignated OH-13D in 1962
				2454 (c/n 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 (c/n 28) registered as N251DJ Dec 28, 2004.
				2484 (c/n 484) to 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 (c/n 485) to Danish AF as 89-892.  W/o at Rypefjord, Greenland
51-2532/2556		Fairchild C-119C-22-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10490/10514
				2532 (c/n 10490) to MASDC Nov 6, 1965
				2533 (c/n 10491) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
				2534 (c/n 10492) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
				2536 (c/n 10494) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965.  To Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 536
				2537 (c/n 10495) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 24, 1965.
				2538 (c/n 10496) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2539 (c/n 10497) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965
				2540 (c/n 10498) to French AF in Vietnam.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1965
				2541 (c/n 10499) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2543 (c/n 10501) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
				2545 (c/n 10503) to MASDC Oct 9, 1965
				2546 (c/n 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 (c/n 10505) to MASDC Nov 17, 1965
				2548 (c/n 10506) damaged in ground accident Sep 26, 1952 at Ashiya AB, Japan
				2550 (c/n 10508) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
				2551 (c/n 10509, 403rd TCW, 63rd TCS) flew into side of hill near Cho-ok, 
					Korea Nov 14, 1952. 44 killed.
				2552 (c/n 10510) damaged in ground accident Sep 26, 1952 at Ashiya AB, Japan
				2553 (c/n 10511) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2554 (c/n 10512) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2555 (c/n 10513) to MASDC Dec 2, 1964
				2556 damaged Mar 4, 1954 at Tarumpitao, Philippines
51-2557/2584		Fairchild C-119C-23-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10515/10542
				2557 (c/n 10515) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965.  To Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 12557
				2558 (c/n 10516) to MASDC Apr 6, 1966
				2559 (c/n 10517) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965
				2560 (c/n 10518) crashed into Mt McKinley Nov 7, 1951 at 12,000 feet elevation.  All 19 aboard killed.
				2561 (c/n 10519) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966
				2562 (c/n 10520) to MASDC Sep 25, 1965.  To Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 562
				2563 (c/n 10521) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965. On display at Fort Campbell
				2564 (c/n 10522) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966
				2565 (c/n 10523) to MASDC Nov 6, 1965
				2566 (c/n 10524) at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB.
				2567 (c/n 10525) at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
				2568 (c/n 10526) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
				2570 (c/n 10528) disappeared near Anchorage, Alaska Nov 15, 1952.  20 missing.
				2571 (c/n 10529) to MASDC Jun 25, 1966.  To Civil Air Transport as 571 or 12571.
				2572 (c/n 10530) to Civil Air Transport as 572.  To French AF in Vietnam.  To MASDC Sep 25, 1965. 
				2575 (c/n 10533) damaged in takeoff accident Feb 10, 1952 at Griffiss AFB, New York 
				2576 (c/n 10534) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
				2577 (c/n 10535) to French AF in Vietnam
				2578 (c/n 10536) to MASDC Aug 24, 1965. 
				2579 (c/n 10537) to MASDC Oct 23, 1965
				2580 (c/n 10538) to MASDC May 13, 1966 
				2581 (c/n 10539) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
				2582 (c/n 10540) to Kaiser-Frazer as pattern aircraft designated
					as EC-119C.  Later reverted to C-119C.  To MASDC Dec 11, 1965
				2583 (c/n 10541) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1965
				2584 (c/n 10542) to MASDC Dec 29, 1965
51-2585			Fairchild YC-119H-FA Skyvan
				c/n 10574 - Modified from C-119C.  Enjoyed "exempt" status 1953/4
					as EYC-119, thereafter reverting to YC-119H
51-2586			Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 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
				c/n 10576/10606
				2587 (c/n 10576) to MASDC Dec 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2588 (c/n 10577) to MASDC Feb 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2589 (c/n 10578) to MASDC Feb 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2590 (c/n 10579) w/o Nov 17, 1952 in crash 12 mi NW of Billings, Montana 
				2591 (c/n 10580) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2592 (c/n 10581) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2593 (c/n 10582) to MASDC Jan 28, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2594 (c/n 10583) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2595 (c/n 10584) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2596 (c/n 10585) to MASDC Feb 25, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2597 (c/n 10586) to MASDC Oct 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2598 (c/n 10587) to MASDC May 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21,1969
				2599 (c/n 10588) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2600 (c/n 10589) to MASDC Feb 26, 1966.  Declared exceded Jan 21, 1969
				2601 (c/n 10590) to MASDC Jan 22, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 3, 1969
				2602 (c/n 10591) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2603 (c/n 10592) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2604 (c/n 10593) to MASDC Jul 17 1966.  Declared excess Jul 17, 1966
				2605 (c/n 10594) to MASDC Jan 22, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 3, 1969.
					To civil registry as N9966F
				2606 (c/n 10595) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2607 (c/n 10596) to MASDC Jan 28, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2608 (c/n 10597) to MASDC Mar 27, 1969.  Declared excess Apr 9, 1969.
					To civil registry as N9959F
				2609 (c/n 10598) damaged in takeoff accident Dec 24, 1952 at Griffiss AFB, NY
				2610 (c/n 10599) to MASDC Mar 27, 1969.  Declared excess Apr 9, 1969.
					To civil registry as N9961F
				2611 (c/n 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 (c/n 10601) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2613 (c/n 10602) to MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2614 (c/n 10603) to MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2615 (c/n 10604) to MASDC Jun 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2616 (c/n 10605) was preserved at Bradley Air Museum, CT.  No longer there.
				2617 (c/n 10606) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
51-2618/2661		Fairchild C-119C-26-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10607/10650
				2618 (c/n 10607) to civil registry as N9960F
				2619 (c/n 10608) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2620 (c/n 10609) to MASDC Jul 30,1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2621 (c/n 10610, 317th TCW) structural failure and crashed at
					Choisy-le-Roi, France Nov 27, 1953.
				2622 (c/n 10611) to MASDC Jan 21, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2623 (c/n 10612) to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2625 (c/n 10614) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2626 (c/n 10615) to MASDC Apr 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2627 (c/n 10616) to MASDC Mar 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2628 (c/n 10617) to MASDC Mar 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2629 (c/n 10618) to MASDC Mar 11, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2630 (c/n 10619) to MASDC Nov 16, 1964. 
				2631 (c/n 10620) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2632 (c/n 10621) to MASDC Jun 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2633 (c/n 10622) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2634 (c/n 10623) to MASDC Dec 28, 1965.  
				2636 (c/n 10625) to MASDC Mar 13, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2637 (c/n 10626) to MASDC May 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2638 (c/n 10627) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2639 (c/n 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 (c/n 10630) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2642 (c/n 10631) to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  Declared exces Jan 21, 1969
				2643 (c/n 10632) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2644 (c/n 10633) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2645 (c/n 10634, 465th TCW) engine failed and crashed near Moulins, France Apr 18, 1955.
				2646 (c/n 10635) to MASDC Aug 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2647 (c/n 10636) to MASDC Aug 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2648 (c/n 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 (c/n 10638) to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2650 (c/n 10639) to MASDC May 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2651 (c/n 10640) to MASDC Nov 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2653 (c/n 10642, 465th TCW) crashed when landed short of runway at
					Chateauroux, France Feb 12, 1956. Salvaged
				2654 (c/n 10643) to MASDC Feb 25, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2655 (c/n 10644) to MASDC Aug 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				2656 (C/n 10645) to MASDC Apr 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2657 (c/n 10646) to MASDC Feb 17, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2658 (c/n 10647) to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2660 (c/n 10649) to MASDC Nov 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				2661 (c/n 10650) to MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
51-2662/2667		Fairchild C-119C-26-FA Flying Boxcar
				c/n 10651/10656
				2662 (c/n 10651) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ357 Sep 4, 1970.
				2663 (c/n 10652) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ358 Sep 4, 1970
				2664 (c/n 10653) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ359 Sep 4, 1970
				2666 (c/n 10655) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ288 Dec 9, 1974.
				2667 (c/n 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
				c/n 10657/10675
				2668 (c/n 10657) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ369 Nov 28, 1970
				2669 (c/n 10658) converted to C-119G.  Transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF 1969 or 1970 as 3208.
				2670 (c/n 10659) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ336 Dec 6, 1969
				2671 (c/n 10660) converted to C-119G.  Transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				2672 (c/n 10661) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ309 Sep 5, 1969
				2673 (c/n 10662) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ272 Nov 7, 1968
				2674 (c/n 10663) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ349 Jul 23, 1970
				2675 (c/n 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 (c/n 10665) converted to C-119G.  to MASDC as CJ326 Nov 30, 1969
				2677 (c/n 10666) converted to C-119G.  To Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				2678 (c/n 10667) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ328 Nov 30, 1969
				2679 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 10670) converted to C-119G.  To Chinese Nationalist AF in
					Nov 1970.
				2682 (c/n 10671) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ271 Nov 7, 1968
				2683 (c/n 10672) converted to C-119G.  To Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969.
				2684 (c/n 10673) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ362 Sep 11, 1970
				2685 (c/n 10674) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ351 Jul 28, 1970
				2686 (c/n 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
				c/n 10676/10678
				Transferred to Canada as 22101/22103
					22101 (c/n 10676) converted to C-119G.  to civil registry with Hawkins and Powers as N15505, 
						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 (c/n 10677) converted to C-119G.  Fate unknown
					22103 (c/n 10678) to civil registry as N8092, Hawkins and Powers,
						Greybull, WY.  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
				c/n 10679/10705,10759
				2708,2712/2714 converted to C-119G
				2690 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 10691) to Belgian AF as CP11, radio call sign OT-CAK.  Returned to USAF Sep 12, 1955.  Converted
					to C-119G by Sabaena. 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 10697) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ266 Nov 4, 1968.  Declared
					excess Dec 9, 1974.
				2709 (c/n 10698) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Republic of China AF 
					in 1969 as 3125.  WFU
				2710 (c/n 10699) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3174
				2711 (c/n 10700) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Republic of China AF in 1969 as 3162
				2712 (c/n 10701) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC
				2713 (c/n 10702) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ284 Feb 11, 1969
				2714 (c/n 10703) converted to C-119G.  To  as CJ0287 Feb 12, 1969
				2715 (c/n 10704) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. Transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				2716 (c/n 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
				c/n 172-1/132
				2721 set closed-circuit speed record of 635.61 mph Aug 17, 1951.
				2722 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiGs near P-Y-do Sep 4, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and rescued.
				2727 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine fire, pilot bailed out Dec 28, 1952.
				2730 (51st FIG) shot down by AAA Dec 18, 1951, pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea, rescued.
				2733 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed short of runway Apr 5, 1952.
				2734 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) entered overcast and disappeared Nov 18, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				2737 scrapped at McClellan AFB in 1953 following action in Korea
				2739 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG May 15, 1952. Pilot bailed out, rescued.
				2744 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed short of runway Jan 7, 1953.
				2746 lost in combat with MiG-15 Nov 21, 1952
				2749 (51st FIG) damaged by MiGs Dec 14, 1951, returned to base.
				2752 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG Feb 10, 1952.  Pilot George A. Davis posthumously
					awarded Medal of Honor.
				2754 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) flamed out near Cho-do 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 during search and rescue mission Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				2757 (4th FIG, 33rth FIS) pilot bailed out after mechanical failure over Cho-do Jun 8, 1952, pilot rescued.
				2758 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG near Cho-do Nov 22, 1952, pilot bailed out and rescued.
				2760 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG debris Apr 22, 1952.  Landed safely.
				2761 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by MiG Mar 3, 1952.
				2762 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine exploded Jun 5, 1952, pilot bailed out over mouth of Yalu River.  
					Pilot rescued by SA-16
				2763 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by MiG debris Sep 4, 1952, pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea, rescued
				2765 (51st FIG, 25 FIS) could not jettison wing tank, lost during return to base May 15, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				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
				2769 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG Jul 4, 1952, pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				2770 - lost to enemy action
				2778 w/o Oct 16, 1952 Korea?
				2786 (51st FIG, 51st FIW) shot down by MiG May 1, 1952.  Pilot escaped and evaded for 30 days.
				2787 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG Apr 21, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				2789 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by ground fire May 13, 1952.  Pilot Walker Mahurin POW.
				2792 - lost to enemy action
				2794 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiGs Aug 31, 1952.
				2796 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiGs Jan 26, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				2797 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiGs Jul 16, 1952 Jul 16, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				2798 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) operational loss Oct 16, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				2801 (51st FIG, 165h FIS) damaged by MiG Sep 4, 1952, pilot bailed out near Port Arthur.  Pilot returned
					from PRC in 1955.
				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.
				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 MiGs Sep 14, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				2821 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down MiG, 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.
				2824 lost to enemy action Jul 20, 1953.  This plane had 13 kills,
					most from Maj. Robinson Risner and at least one from Maj.
					Stephen Bettinger who was flying it when it was lost.
				2826 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  On display at Merle H. Maine
					Warbirds Collection at Ontario MAP, Ontario, Oregon
				2827 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiGs Mar 9, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				2828 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) MIA Jul 20, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				2829 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashed into mountain in bad weather Nov 6, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				2831 at Warner Robins Air Logistic Center museum, GA.
				2832 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by ground fire Jun 16, 1953, pilot bailed out, POW.
				2833 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) flamed out May 16, 1953, pilot bailed out
				2836 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament. Shot down
					by MiG with 4th FIG, 336th FIS) Jul 20, 1953, pilot ejected and became POW.
				2838 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) MIA Jun 6, 1953.
				2841 on display at 154th Wing, Hawaii ANG, Hickam AFB, HI for almost 50 years.  Now located at Pacific Aviation
					Mueum.  Painted to represent P-86E 51-2832 which was shot down in Korea Jun 16, 1953.
				2846 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG debris Jan 21, 1953.
				2848 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
				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(?) 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
				2851 transferred to Taiwan
				2852 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) shot down by MiG Apr 7, 1953.  Pilot Harold Fischer POW.
				2855 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.
				2856 transferred to Taiwan
				2857 transferred to Taiwan
				2860 transferred to Taiwan
				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 Jan 25, 1953 following engine stall 
					after firing cannon at MiG
				2862 transferred to Taiwan
				2866 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) shot down by MiG Aug 22, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				2867 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.
				2868 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.
				2869 transferred to Taiwan
				2870 transferred to Taiwan
				2871 transferred to Taiwan
				2872 transferred to Taiwan
				2873 transferred to Taiwan
				2874 transferred to Taiwan
				2877 transferred to Taiwan
				2878 transferred to Taiwan
				2879 transferred to Taiwan
				2881 transferred to Taiwan
				2883 transferred to Taiwan
				2884 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.  I have this
					one is being on display at Buckley ANGB, CO.  Noted there in 1995, and again Oct 2005.
				2886 transferred to Taiwan
				2887 transferred to Taiwan
				2891 transferred to Taiwan
				2892 transferred to Taiwan
				2893 transferred to Taiwan
				2894 (c/n 172-177) transferred to Taiwan as 6098.  Reported Mar 20, 2008 to be at Taiwan
					Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum, Taipei.
				2895 transferred to Taiwan
				2896 transferred to Taiwan
				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 Taiwan
				2898 transferred to Taiwan
				2899 transferred to Taiwan
				2900 converted to F-86F-2 under Project Gunval to evaluate 4 20-mm cannon armament.
				2902 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) crashed on landing (engine failed)   (K-13) Suwon Air Base South Korea October 24, 1952
					Pilot was injured and survived.
				2903 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) lost Dec 5, 1952.
				2904 transferred to Taiwan
				2905 (51st FIG) damaged by MiGs.  Later transferred to Taiwan
				2906 - lost to enemy action
				2909 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG Sep 16, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				2910 transferred to Taiwan - flown by Capt Joseph McConnell while in USAF
					service and scored 5 kills. Written off
					while in CNAF service.
				2911 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG after downing 2 others Sep 28, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and 
					rescued.
				2912 transferred to Taiwan
				2914 transferred to Taiwan
				2916 converted as F-86F-3 to test Oerlikon 20-mm
					cannon armament.  Redesignated JF-86F in 1957.
				2918 transferred to Taiwan
				2919 transferred to Taiwan
				2923 (4th FIG, 33rth FIS) may have been downed by friendly fire Jun 15, 1953. Pilot rescued.
				2924 transferred to Taiwan
				2926 converted as F-86F-3 to test Oerlikon 20-mm cannon armament.  Redesignated JF-86F in 1957.
				2927 transferred to Taiwan
51-2928/2943		North American F-86F-5-NA Sabre
				c/n 172-211/226
				2930 transferred to Taiwan
				2932 transferred to Taiwan
				2934 transferred to Taiwan
				2937 transferred to Taiwan
				2938 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed after internal explosion Jun 11, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				2940/2943 transferred to Taiwan
51-2944/3131		North American F-86D-20-NA Sabre 
				c/n 177-1/188
				most converted to F-86L.
				2950 on display at Dixon, CA
				2968 on display at McClellan AFB
				2973 to MASDC
				2986 on display at Islip, NY
				2987 w/o Feb 12, 1954 Grouse Mountain, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Pilot killed.
				2991 was on display at Waco, TX.  Is it still there?
				2993 on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL
				2998 on display at Blythe, CA
				3012 on display at Auburn, CA
				3024 on display at Astoria, OR
				3029 (85th FIS) crashed Oct 22, 1953 after takeoff from Scott AFB, IL.  Pilot killed.
				3048 on display at Tiffin, OH
				3053 w/o Nov 9, 1959 in crash w mi W of Albany, Oklahoma in midair collision with 51-5875
				3064 (F-86L) at Hampton Roads Air Park, VA.
				3067 to MASDC
				3116 on display at Waco, TX.  Is it still there?
51-3132/3462		Cancelled contract
51-3463/3796		North American T-28A-NA Trojan
				c/n 174-1/334
				Numerous ex-USAF T-28As were refurburished 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 equioment.
					Sequence numbers 001 to 050.
				3463 (c/n 174-1) converted to T-28D (#108).  To Royal Laotian AF Feb 17, 1965.  Probably Raven from 1969/70, bact to 
					Laotian AF Feb 1973.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF. Disposal approved May 27, 1976
				3465 (c/n 174-3) to MAP Feb 1, 1960, gained back by USAF Aug 30, 1960.  To T-28D Mar 22, 1965.  To Laotian AF
					as 13465.
				3467 (c/n 174-5) converted to T-28D (#114) and sent to Royal Laotian AF as O-13467.  w/o May 25, 1968
				3468 (c/n 174-6) converted to T-28D-5 (#155) and sent to Royal Laotian AF Dec 1965.  W/o Mar 12, 1966
				3469 (c/n 174-7) converted to T-28D (#112) and sent to Royal Laotian AF Sep 1965.  W/o Jul 24, 1966
				3470 (c/n 174-8) converted to T-28D (#109) and sent to Royal Laotian AF in 1965 as O-13470.  W/o Oct 11, 1966
				3471 (c/n 174-9) converted to T-28D (#127) and to Royal Thai AF, later to Philippine AF
				3472 (c/n 174-10) converted to T-28D (#110).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13472.  W/o Mar 9, 1966
				3474 (c/n 174-12) converted to T-28D-5 (#133).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-53/08 ?
				3475 (c/n 174-13) converted to T-28D-5 (#132).  To Royal Thai  AF as B.JF13-54/08 ?
				3476 (c/n 174-14) converted to T-28D-5 (#151).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13476 in Dec 1965.  Probably Raven from
					1969/70.  W/o Nov 25, 1972.
				3477 (c/n 174-15) converted to T-28D-5 (#136).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-92/13 in Aug 1970.  W/o Apr 7, 1977
				3478 (c/n 174-16) converted to T-28D (#120).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13478.  W/o Jan 1967.
				3479 to civil registry as N499KB then CF-IWJ, then N699
				3480 (c/n 174-18) converted to T-28D-5 (#148).  To Cambodian AF as 13480 Jul 1973.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
					To Thai AF as B.JF13-116/18 Oct 1975.  Preserved at Udon Thani
				3481 (c/n 174-19) converted to T-28D-5 (#134).  To Thai AF as B.JF13-93/13
				3485 (c/n 174-23) to US civil registry Sep 23, 1957 as N7640C.  Repurchased by USAF in 1968 and converted to
					T-28D-5 (#309).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1970.  W/o May 2, 1971.
				3486 (c/n 174-24) converted to T-28D-5 (#135). To Royal Thai AF as 13-94/13 Aug 1970.  Collided with 82/11 and
					w/o Apr 7, 1975.
				3487 (c/n 174-25) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3488 (c/n 174-26) to French AF as Fennec no 40.  To Argentine Navy as 0547/EAN-104 in Jul 1966
				3489 (c/n 174-27) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3490 (c/n 174-28) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3491 (c/n 174-29) to French AF as Fennec no 57.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
				3492 (c/n 174-30) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3493 (c/n 174-31) to French AF as Fennec no 75.  To Argentine Navy as 036 1-A-279.  W/o in 1974
				3495 (c/n 174-33) to French AF as Fennec no 77.  Noted in storage at Chateaudun Jun 1965.  Soc Oct 12, 1967.  Solt to Waco-Pacific
					and shipped from Le Havre to New Orleans.  To civil registry as N14100.  To Taiwan as 2831 in Apr 1970.
				3500 (c/n 174-38) to civil registry Jan 30, 1958 as N9686C. Repurchased by USAF Jul 13, 1967 and rebuilt as
					T-28D-5 (#258).  May have gone to Royal Laotian AF and w/o Nov 28, 1970.
				3501 (c/n 174-39) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3502 (c/n 174-40) converted to AT-28D-5 (#030).  To Cambodia in 1973.  Eacaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 13502.
					DBR at Sangley Point Dec 1, 1989.
				3505 (c/n 174-43) to French AF as Fennec no 47.   To Moroccan AF as CNA-EG Aug 1965.  To US civil registry as N9873A
					and shipped to Nicaragua forces under Somosa's government c1980.  To Canadian civil registry as C-FNAF 1987-88.  
					Flew as RCN 131228.  To Fuerza Aerea Aandinista as 162.  To US civil registry as N128BC Jul 14, 1995.
				3506 (c/n 174-44) converted to T-28D (#118).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.
				3507 (c/n 174-45) converted to T-28D (#119).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.  W/o Jul 6, 1967
				3508 (c/n 174-46) converted to T-28D (#121).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.  W/o Feb 21, 1968
				3511 (c/n 174-49) converted to T-28D (#111).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13511.  W/o Aug 1967.
				3512 (c/n 174-50) converted to AT-28D-5 (#034). To Cambodia by 1974.  To Philippine AF.
				3513 (c/n 174-51) became Fennec no 51 of French AF.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EJ Jul 1965.  
					Now on US civil registry as N9868A, and flies as USAF 13513
				3514 (c/n 174-52) converted to T-28D-5 (#146).  To Royal Thai AF 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.
				3518 (c/n 174-56) converted to T-28D (#124).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13518.  
				3520 (c/n 174-58) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3521 (c/n 174-59) on civil registry Sep 1958 as N3315G (allocated in error), changed to N3663G.  Repurchased by USAF
					in 1968 and Modified as T-28D-5 (#307).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Jun 1970.
				3524 (c/n 174-62) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3525 (c/n 174-63) to French AF as Fennec no 46.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EV Sep 1965
				3526 (c/n 174-64) converted to AT-28D-5 (#035).  Intended for Royal Laotian AF, but to Cambodia in 1974.  Transferred
					to Philippine AF in 1976.
				3527 (c/n 174-65) converted to T-28D (#115).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-55/08 ?.  To Cambodia in 1971.  
				3528 (c/n 174-66) became Fennec no 52 of French AF.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EK, then became to Honduran AF as 
					HR-231A 1978, then N8523B Dec 1980, then N128RM.  Cancelled Nov 21, 1988
				3529 (c/n 174-67) to French AF as Fennec no 49.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
				3530 (c/n 174-68) to French AF as Fennec no 49.  To Moroccan
					AF as CNA-EH Aug 1965, then became HR-230A with Honduran AF.  Impounded in USA
					during ferry flight. In Jun 1980 to US civil registry as N8523A  Reported substantially damaged at
					Gainesville, TX Mar 2, 2008
				3531 (c/n 174-69) converted to T-28D (#116).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13531.  W/o Jan 29, 1972, but possibly repaired.
				3532 (c/n 174-70) to French AF as Fennec no 55.  To Moroccan AF Jul 1965
				3534 (c/n 174-72) converted to T-28D-5 (#137).  To Thai AF as B.JF13-96/13 in 1970. SOC Aug 14, 1984
				3535 (c/n 174-73) to French AF as Fennec no 86. To Argentine Navy as 0548 Jul 1966
				3537 (c/n 174-75) to French AF as Fennec no 53. W/o Jun 4, 1962 in Algeria
				3538 (c/n 174-76) converted to T-28D (#117).  To Royal Laotian AF 1965.  W/o Dec 17, 1966
				3539 (c/n 174-77) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3540 (c/n 174-78) to French AF as Fennec no 45.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
				3542 (c/n 174-80) converted to AT-28D-5 (#031).  To Cambodia Feb 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975..  To Philippine
					AF in 1976
				3543 (c/n 174-81) converted to T-28D-5 (#139).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Sep 21, 1965 as FA-543.
				3547 (c/n 174-85) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3548 (c/n 174-86) converted to T-28D (#128).  To Thai AF in 1965 as B.JF13-56/08.  SOC Jun 27, 1983.  Displayed
					at Lopburi, to Tango Chiang Mai 1991.
				3550 (c/n 174-88) to French AF as Fennec no 61.  W/o May 4, 1965 in France
				3552 (c/n 174-90) to civil registry Jun 1957 as N5205V then N254JB in July 1965.  Repurchased by USAF Jul 6, 1967
					and converted to T-28D-5 (#257)  and to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o May 2, 1974 but possibly repaired.
				3553 (c/n 174-91) to French AF as Fennec no 100.  Sold to Waco-Pacivic and shipped from LeHavre to New Orleans Jan 1968.
					To civil registry as N14101 then N991CA then C--GJCJ, then N5832X.   Substantially
					damaged in crash at Apple Valley, CA Jul 11, 2004  
				3554 (c/n 174-92) to French AF as Fennec no 48.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EW.  To US civil registry as N54613 and
					shipped to Nicaraguan forces under Somosa's government.  Later used by Sandinista forces as 165.  To YN-BHC.
					Plane returned to US and went to Canadian Registry as C-FSAN Jan 14, 1991, cancelled Jul 22, 1992.  
					To N203CB Jul 22, 1992, cancelled Sep 13, 2002.  Later on US civil registry as N54613.  Cancelled Jan 30, 2013
				3555 (c/n 174-93) to French AF as Fennec no 76.  In accident Apr 18, 1964 and SOC Nov 1964
				3557 (c/n 174-95) became Fennec no 43 of French AF.  To Moroccan
					AF as CNA-EE, then became HR-229A with Honduran AF as 1978.  Then impounded in US during ferry flight.
					To civil registry as N85228 Dec 1980.  Stored at Chino AP.
				3558 (c/n 174-96) to US civil registry Jan 30, 1958 as N9689C.  Repurchased by USAF Jun 28, 1967.
					To Royal Laotian AF. W/o Aug 28/29, 1968
				3559 (c/n 174-97) converted to T-28D-5 (#141).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Sep 22, 1965.
				3561 (c/n 174-99) to Ecuador AF May 20, 1965.
				3562 (c/n 174-100) to US civil registry Jun 25, 1957 as N5206V.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#225).
					To Royal Laotian AF.   To Mexican AF as T28-944. Sold late 1980s to Jack Rhoades of Columbus, IN; was to have 
					been N5206V but not taken up. Sold to Jeffrey W. Brooks of Fairbanks, AK 13/8/91  Eventually 
					registered N129DR with c/n 944 Aug 13, 1993. N5206B registered with c/n 51-3562 cancelled as "expired" Dec 11, 2012.
				3563 (c/n 174-101) converted to T-28D-5 (#140).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Sep 25, 1965 as FA-563
				3565 (c/n 174-103) to French AF as Fennec No. 56.  Later to Moroccan AF as CNA-EN,
					and then became HR-232A with Honduran AF in 1978.  Imnpounded in US during ferry flight. To US civil 
					registry as N8522Z Dec 1980.  Then to MARC at Chino, CA.  To MAPS Air Museum  at Akron, 
					OH in 1991.  Now undergoing restoration.  
				3566 (c/n 174-104) to French AF as Fennec no 58.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To civil registry as N14102.  
					To ROCAF as 2832 Apr 1970.
				3569 (c/n 174-107) to French AF as Fennec no 69.  To Argentine Navy as 0549 May 1966
				3570 (c/n 174-108) To French AF as Fennec no 98.  To US civil registry as N14103, cancelled Oct 17, 1973.  To
					Haitian AF as 1241.  Restored to N14103 Apr 8, 1978.
				3572 (c/n 174-110) to Ecuador AF May 20, 1965 as 13572.  Stored at Simon Bolivar Air Base, Guayaquil, Ecuador in Jun 2009
				3573 (c/n 174-111) to French AF as Fennec no. 82, SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14119.  Cancelled
					Mar 27, 2001.  To French Civil registry Apr 10, 2001 as F-AZKG.
				3574 (c/n 174-112) to Argentinian AF as E-608 under MAP Oct 10, 1960.  Noted Oct 28, 1990 in Museo Nacional
					de la Aeronautica, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Now preserved Museo Estancia Santa Romana, Justo Daract
				3578 (c/n 174-116) converted to T-28D-5 (#142).  To Thai AF Jul 1970 as B.JF13-97/13, SOC Sep 1983.  Preserved
					at Chiang Mai
				3579 (c/n 174-117) converted to T-28D (#129).  To Royal Laotian AF as (O-13579) in 1965.  To Cambodia in 1971.
				3580 (c/n 174-118) to French AF as Fennec no 84.  SOC Apr 30, 1963
				3582 (c/n 174-120) to French AF as Fennec no 87.  To Argentine Navy as 0550 Jul 1966
				3583 (c/n 174-121) converted to AT-28D-5 (#036).  To Cambodia as 13583.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  Transferred
					to Philippines as 13583 in 1975.
				3584 (c/n 174-122) to French AF as Fennec no 95.  To Argentine Navy as 0551/EAN-120 Jul 1966
				3585 (c/n 174-123) to French AF as Fennec No 91.  To Argentine Navy as 0552 Jul 1966
				3586 (c/n 174-124) to French AF as Fennec no. 59.  W/o Mar 9, 1962 in Algeria
				3588 (c/n 174-126) converted to T-28D (#130).  To Laos AF as 3405 in 1965 but delivery uncertain, probably stayed
					in USA.  Delivered to Laotian AF in 1970 as O-13588.  From 1975: Now airworthy as VH-PFM (VH-WPA allocated 
					but not taken up).  
				3590 (c/n 174-128) to French AF as Fennec No 54.  to Moroccan AF as CNA-EL Jul 1965.  To US civil registry
					as N9863A and sold to Nicaragua forces under Somosa's government marked as #163.  To Fuerza Aerea
					Sandinista.  To YN-BNQ.  Went to Canadian civil registry as C-FXRD Jul 11, 1988, to US civil registry 
					Aug 8, 1995 as N521DF.  Cancelled Mar 19, 2008.  To Canadian civil registry as C-GULI.  Cancelled Mar 21, 2013.
				3591 (c/n 174-129) to French AF as Fennec no 83.  To Argentine Navy as 0637 1-A 280 Sep 13, 1967.  W/o 1974.
				3593 (c/n 174-131) was the first Fennec conversion by Sud Aviation/Pacific Airmotive Jul 1959, thereafter to 
					French AF with serial 01 Aug 1959.   W/o Apr 16 1960.
				3594 (c/n 174-132) to French AF as Fennec No. 94.  To Argentine Navy as 0554/EAN-118 Jun 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
					as 401, delivered Oct 1979.  To N90535 Jun 30, 2000, to C-GHRV Mar 14, 2001.
				3595 (c/n 174-133) converted to T-28D-5
				3596 (c/n 174-134) to Mexican AF Mar 4, 1959 as T28-945.  Preserved Zapopan.
				3597 (c/n 174-135) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3598 (c/n 174-136) to French AF as Fennec No. 102.  To Argentine Navy as 0555/EAN-119 May 29, 1966.  To Uruguayan
					Navy as 402, delivered Oct 1979.
				3601 (c/n 174-139) to French AF as Fennec No. 67.  SOC Apr 1966.  Preserved at L'Ecole des Apprentis de Saintes by 1973.
					To user in South Africa in 1999.  Under restoration to airworthy.
				3603 (c/n 174-141) to French AF as Fennec No. 78.  To Argentine Navy as 0556/EAN-117 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
					as 403, delivered Oct 1979.
				3604 (c/n 174-142) to French AF as Fennec No. 72.  W/o May 5, 1961 in Algeria
				3605 (c/n 174-143) converted to T-28D-5 (#147).  To Cambodia, to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-117/18 Oct 1975.  Crashed
					in Nong Harn district, Udon Thani Province Jun 4, 1982.  2 killed.
				3608 (c/n 174-146) converted to T-28D (#122).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13608.  w/o Apr 1, 1971.
				3612 (c/n 174-150) in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.  Seen
					in Warner Robins Museum Oct 2003.
				3614 (c/n 174-152) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3615 (c/n 174-153) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3616 (c/n 174-154) on civil registry as N28TW
				3617 (c/n 174-155) converted to T-28D (?).  To Royal Laotian AF by 1965.
				3618 (c/n 174-156) converted to AT-28D-5 (#037). To Cambodia  in 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine
					AF as 13618 in 1976.
				3620 (c/n 174-158) to French AF as Fennec No. 60.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.
					To US civil registry as N14104.  To Haiti AF as 1244 in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14104 Apr 8, 1978.
				3622 (c/n 174-160) converted to Fennec #63 for French AF.  To Morrocan AF Jul 1965.  Arrived at
					MAPS Air Museum, Akron, OH in March 1993.  Returned to MARC
					in 1999. Noted fall 2003 at March Field Museum, Riverside, CA.
				3624 (c/n 174-162) to French AF as Fennec No. 27.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14120.  To Haiti Mar 29, 1974.
				3625 (c/n 174-163) to French AF as Fennec No. 62.  To Argentine Navy as 0557/EAN-102 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan
					Navy as 404, delivered Oct 1979.
				3626 (c/n 174-164) on Mar 10, 1960 to France converted as Fennec No. 96,  SOC French AF 12 Oct 1967. 
					Mar 12, 1968 to Waco-Pacific Inc, Van Nuys, CA, registered as N14121.   In 1969 to Winter Wolff & Co., New York, NY 
					In 1972 to Quality Components Inc, Los Angeles, CA.  Converted to T-28D.  Registration cancelled 17 Oct 1973. 
					In Oct 1973 to Haitian A.F. as 1238.  SOC with Haitian AF Jan 1978.  Mar 1978 to Lan-Dale Co, Reno, Nevada.
					Registered as N14121 Apr 8, 1978.  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 c/n 557 (don’t know 
					where this c/n is from).  In 1986 Sale reported, Dallas, TX.  Apr 16, 1987 registration cancelled.  In May 1987 to Aviation Maintenance 
					Ltd, Sault St. Marie, Quebec registered as C-GJMT.  On Jan 27, 1988 Canadian registration cancelled; to Courtesy Aircraft, 
					Rockford, IL as N5015L.  race #44; raced at Reno.  In 1993 Restored as T-28A c/n 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.  July 2008 registration N128AN reserved, 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.  Curreently registrered as N5015L
				3627 (c/n 174-165) became Fennec no 64 of French AF.  To Moroccan
					AF as CNA-EY, then became HR-233A with Honduran AF in 1968.  Impounded in US during ferry flight.
						Then to US civil registry as N8539A Dec 1980.
				3628 (c/n 174-166) to French AF as Fennec No. 99.  SOC Jun 1965
				3629 (c/n 174-167) converted to AT-28D-5 (#032).  To Cambodia in 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Philippine AF as 13629 in 1976.
				3630 (c/n 174-168) to French AF as Fennec no. 73.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry as 
					N14105 then N289RD Aug 1978 then N500JG May 1979
				3631 (c/n 174-169) to French AF as Fennec no. 85.  W/o Nov 17, 1961 in Algeria
				3632 (c/n 174-170) converted to T-28D (#126) To Royal Laotian AF in 1972.  To Philippine Af.
				3634 (c/n 174-172) to French AF as Fennec no. 80.  To Argentine Navy as 0558/EAN-109 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
					as 405, delivered Oct 1979.
				3635 (c/n 174-173) to French AF as Fennec no. 28.  To Argentine Navy as 0559 Jul 1966.  Preserved Commandante Espora NAS
				3637 (c/n 174-175) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3638 (c/n 174-176) to French AF as Fennec no. 79.  to Argentine Navy as 0560/EAN-105 Jul 1966
				3639 (c/n 174-177) to French AF as Fennec no. 92.  SOC Apr 1965
				3641 (c/n 174-179) to French AF as Fennec no. 97.  To Argentine Navy as 0633 1-A-272 Oct 17, 1967
				3644 (c/n 174-182) to French AF as Fennec no. 70.  To Argentine Navy as 0561 Jul 1966
				3646 (c/n 174-184) to French AF as Fennec no. 88.  To Argentine Navy as 0638 1-A-272 Oct 1967
				3647 (c/n 174-185) became Fennec no 29 for French AF.  Then to Argentine Navy as 0561/EAN-106 Jul 1966
					Then became N992CA Apr 1983.  To C-GLPM Jul 1984.  In 1989 to US civil registry as N28FE.
					N28FE cancelled May 21, 2008 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registered Jul 30, 2008 as ZU-FAA.
				3651 (c/n 174-189) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3652 (c/n 174-190) to French AF as Fennec no. 30.  To Argentine Navy as 0563 Jul 1966
				3653 (c/n 174-191) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3656 (c/n 174-194) converted to T-28D (#107).  To Royal Thai Af as B.JF13-41/07 in 1964.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-13656 in 1965.  Declared excess from Jul 1, 1974.
				3657 (c/n 174-195) to French AF as Fennec no. 81.  W/o when collided with Vautour #30 Jul 9, 1963
				3658 (c/n 174-196) to Thai AF
				3659 (c/n 174-197) to civil registry 1958 as N3319G.  Reclaimed by USAF in 1973 and converted to AT-28D-5 (#040).  
					Transferred to Cambodian AF in 1974 and then to Philippines in 1976.  
				3660 (c/n 174-198) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3663 (c/n 174-201) to French AF as Fennec no. 68.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry as 
					N14106, then N2800W, then B-14146, then N280DC, then N128RC
				3664 (c/n 174-202) to French AF as Fennec no. 93.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.
					Then to US civil registry as N14107.  Then to Taiwan AF Ap4 7, 1970
					as T-28EE #2833.  Reported 2008 at Taiwan Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum.
				3669 (c/n 174-207) converted to T-28D (#105). To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-43/07 in 1964
				3672 (c/n 174-210) to French AF as Fennec no. 89.  To Argentine Navy as 0634 1-A-281 Oct 1967
				3673 (c/n 174-211) converted to AT-28D-5 (#038).  To Cambodia Jan 1974.  Escapaed to Thailand in 1975.  To
					Philippine AF in 1976 as 13673
				3674 (c/n 174-212)  to French AF as Fennec no. 66.  To Argentine Navy as 0564/EAN-115 Jul 1966
				3675 (c/n 174-213) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3677 (c/n 174-215) to French AF as Fennec no. 31.  To Argentine Navy as 0565/EAN-110 Jul 1966
				3678 (c/n 174-216) to French AF as Fennec no. 118.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14122
				3680 (c/n 174-218) to US civil registry Sep 1, 1958 as N3318G.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#224).
					To Royal Laotian AF as O-13680.  Believed w/o Dec 28, 1972.
				3681 (c/n 174-219) converted to AT-28D-5 #39.  To Honduran AF Feb 28, 1978 as FAH226.  To N81NA.   
					registered C-GXUO then on civil registry as N285DL, current
				3682 (c/n 174-220) to French AF as Fennec no. 105.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14123.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
				3684 (c/n 174-222) was fourth Nomad conversion, performed by Pacific Airmotive/Sud Aviation as N260PA and
					retained by Pacific Airmotive as a demonstrator for posible civilian and military sales.  
					To civil registry as N260P then N2800G
				3686 (c/n 174-224) to French AF as Fennec no. 71.  To Argentine Navy as 0566/EAN-116 Jul 1966
				3688 (c/n 174-226) to French AF as Fennec no. 32.  W/o Apr 23, 1962 in Algeria
				3689 (c/n 174-227) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3690 (c/n 174-228) to French AF as Fennec No 42.  Then to Moroccan AF as CNA-ET Sep 1965, 
					to Euroworld California as N54612 and shipped to Nicaragua forces under Somosa's government.  When
					Somosa fled, used by Sandinista forces as 164. To YN-BNM.  To Canadian civil registry as
					C-GMWN.  N54612 cancelled Jan 30, 2013.
				3693 (c/n 174-231) to French AF as Fennec No 90.  Sold to Waco-Pacific Inc of Van Nuys, CA in 1968 as N14124.  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.  Some sources have this
					plane as going to Cambodian KhAF as 0-12693 and destroyed
					at Pochentong Jan 21-22, 1971 during sapper attack.
				3694 (c/n 174-232) SOC May 1, 1955 as crash at Webb AFB, Texas
				3695 (c/n 174-233) converted to AT-28D-5 (#041).  To Cambodia Jan 1974.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
				3698 (c;n 174-236) converted to T-28D (#104).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-44/07 in 1964.  
				3699 (c/n 174-237) to French AF as Fennec nol 33.  W/o Jan 19, 1961 in Algeria
				3700 (c/n 174-238) converted to T-28D (#131) To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-57/08 ?.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-13700.  To LPLAAF as 3406.  ex-Laos AF/3406 under restoration in Australia as VH-EFU.
				3702 (c/n 174-240) to French AF as Fennec no. 101.  To Argentine Navy as 0619/EAN-122 Sep 13, 1967
				3703 (c/n 174-241) to French AF as Fennec no. 34.  To Argentine Navy as 0567 4-G-52 Jun 1966
				3704 (c/n 174-242) to French AF as Fennec no. 65.  To Argentine Navy as 0568/EAN-114 Jul 1966
				3705 (c/n 174-243) to civil registry as N74193, then N83705, then reregistered N51705 Oct 2002. 
				3706 (c;n 174-244) converted to T-28D (#71).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13706 in 1965.  W/o Aug 10, 1965 but presumably
					repaired.  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-58/09 Mar 1966.  To Cambodia as O-13706.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
					to Philippine AF as 13706 in 1976. 
				3707 (c/n 174-245) to Mexican AF Aug 20, 1958 as T28-934, then to US civil registry as N8156G, cancelled Sep 30, 2013
				3708 (c/n 174-246) crashed after entering spin Mar 7, 1959.  Both crew killed
				3710 (c/n 174-248) to French AF as Fennec no 35.  To Argentine Navy as 0569 Jun 1966
				3711 (c/n 174-249) to French AF as Fennec no. 106.  To Argentine Navy as 0570 Jul 1966.  w/o in 1971.
				3712 (c/n 174-250) converted to T-28D (#76).  To South Vietnam AF
				3714 (c/n 174-252) converted to T-28D (#103).  To Thai AF as B.JF13-45/07 in 1964.  To Cambodia as O-13714, escaped
					to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 13714 in 1976.
				3715 (c/n 174-253) to French AF as Fennec no. 36.  To Argentine Navy as 0571 Jul 1966
				3717 (c/n 174-255) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3718 (c/n 174-256) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				3719 (c/n 174-257) to French AF as Fennec no. 123.  To Argentine Navy as 0672 Oct 17, 1967
				3720 (c/n 174-258) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3722 (c/n 174-260) converted to T-28D (#125) and sold to Thai AF in 1965.  To Royal Laotian AF in Dec 1972. 
					then to Philippine AF in 1976 as RPC290.  Identity of RP-R280 also quoted.  
					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.
				3724 (c/n 174-262) converted to T-28D (#102).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-46/07 Jul 1964.  Crashed into field on
					landing at Chiang Rai Airport May 8, 1972.
				3725 (c/n 174-263) to civil registry as N502NA, then N302NA
				3730 (c/n 174-268) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3731 (c/n 174-269) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3732 (c/n 174-270) to Thai AF in Jul 1964 B.JF13-47/07.  To Cambodia in 1974.  Escaped to Thailiand in 1975.
					Reserialed with Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-118/18 Oct 1975.  Preserved at Ubon Ratchathani
				3734 (c/n 174-272) on display at Keesler AFB, MS, painted as 51-3747.
				3735 (c/n 174-273) cnverted to T-28D (#78).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Jul 19, 1965.
				3737 (c/n 174-275) to French AF as Fennec no. 37.  W/o Feb 4, 1962 in Algeria
				3740 (c/n 174-278) converted to T-28D-5 (#149).  To Thai AF in Aug 1970 as B.JF13-98/13.  Preserved at Don Muang.
				3741 (c/n 174-279) to French AF as Fennec no. 74.  To Argentine Navy as 0572/EAN-103 Jul 1966
				3742 (c/n 174-280) to French AF as Fennec no. 104.  To US civil registry as N14141
				3743 (c/n 174-281) converted to T-28D-5 (#150).  To Royal Laotian AF as 0-13743 Dec 1965.  W/o Jul 10, 1966
				3744 (c/n 174-282) converted to T-28D (#100).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-48/07 Jul 1964.  
				3749 (c/n 174-287) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3751 (c/n 174-289) became the second Fennec conversion (Fennec 02) for the French AF, performed by Pacific 
					Airmotive/Sud Aviation; Modified to standard
					configuration as Fennec 147.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry as N14108.  it then 
					went to the Haiti AF as 1245 in 1972, then back on civil registry as N14108
				3752 (c/n 174-290) to French AF as Fennec no. 38.  W/o Jan 14, 1964 in France
				3755 (c/n 174-293) to French AF as Fennec no. 39.  To Argentine Navy as 0573 Jun 1966
				3756 (c/n 174-294) to French AF as Fennec no. 103.  SOC  Oct 12, 1967.   To US civil registry as N14142
				3758 (c/n 174-296) converted to T-28D (#74).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.
				3759 (c/n 174-297) converted to T-28D-5 (#154).  To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1965.  W/o Jan 1968.
				3761 (c/n 174-299) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				3762 (c/n 174-300) converted to AT-28D-5 (#033).  To Cambodia Dec 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975. 
					To Philippine AF as 13762 in 1976
				3763 (c/n 174-301) converted to AT-28D-5 (#016).  To Cambodia Feb 1974.  
				3764 (c/n 174-302) converted to T-28D (#95).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1963.  W/o Dec 22, 1964, pilot recovered.
				3766 (c/n 174-304)on civil registry as N766NA
				3767 (c/n 174-305) converted to T-28D (#94).  Not sure where this went.
				3768 (c/n 174-306) converted to T-28D (#97).  To Royal Laotian  AF Dec 1963.  Wreck noted Feb 1966
				3770 (c/n 174-308) converted to T-28D (#98).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 1964.  W/o Jul 12, 1965.
				3771 (c/n 174-309) converted to T-28D (#93) To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1963.  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-67/09 Apr 26, 1966.
					To Cambodia in 1971.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 13771 in 1976.
				3772 (c/n 174-308) converted to T-28D (#99).  To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1963.  W/o Jul 13, 1965.
				3775 (c/n 174-313) to French AF as Fennec no. 114.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry 
					as N14109.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970
				3776 (c/n 174-314) w/o Jan 27, 1955
				3777 (c/n 174-315) converted to T-28D (#96).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13777 Dec 1963. 
				3778 (c/n 174-316) converted to T-28D (#88) .  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF May 17, 1963.
				3779 (c/n 174-317) converted to T-28D.  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF in 1963.
				3782 (c/n 174-320) converted to AT-28D-5 (#019).  To Cambodian AF Sep 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					FMS to Philippines in 1976 as 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 (c/n 174-321) converted to T-28D #79.  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
				3785 to French AF as Fennec no. 111.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14143.  Cancelled 1971 as "destroyed".
					To Haitian AF Oct 1973 (?)
				3786 converted to second prototype YAT-28E, with enlarged tail after experience 
					with 52-1242.  To MASDC as TA133.  To civil registry as N2800E
				3787 (c/n 174-325) converted to T-28D-5 (#319).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 1970.  W/o Jan 31, 1971.
				3788 (c/n 174-326) converted to third prototype YAT-28E, with further modified tail 
					and revised canopy.  To MASDC as TA132.  To Pima Air And Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona Jun 7, 1967.
				3789 (c/n 174-327) converted to T-28D #83.  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF in 1963.
				3791 (c/n 174-329) converted to T-28D (#72).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13791 May 1964.  To Royal Thai AF as
					B.JF13-68/09 Apr 26, 1966.  Exploded in midair over Don Muang Feb 23, 1971.  One killed.
				3792 (c/n 174-330) converted to T-28D (#77).  To Royal Laotian AF Aug 1963.  W/o Jan 10, 1965
				3794 (c/n 174-332) converted to T-28D (#84).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
				3795 (c/n 174-333) to French AF as Fennec no. 109.  To Argentine Navy as 0624 Oct 17, 1967.  Made the only deck
					landing on the carrier Veinticinco de Mayo Nov 23, 1969.  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 (c/n 174-334) converted to T-28D (#73).  To Royal Laotian AF Aug 1963.  W/o Jan 8, 1965.
51-3797/3816		Convair T-29B
				c/n 225/244
				3797/3799,3801,3804/3809,3811,3812,3814/3816 converted to VT-29B.
				Some loaned to US Navy
				3797 to MASDC Jun 25, 1975	
				3798 to MASDC Jan 28, 1975
				3799 to MASDC Dec 13, 1974.
				3801 to MASDC May 30, 1975.
				3802 to MASDC May 22, 1975.
				3804 (c/n 232) converted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N54502.  on the civil registry as N148JR at 
					Seymour, IN ( Freeman Field) that is obviously being used for parts. It was pretty stripped.
					Painted as Rhoads Aviation.
				3805 (c/n 233) converted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N61725
				3806 to MASDC Mar 31, 1975
				3807 to MASDC Jan 23, 1975
				3808 to MASDC Nov 14, 1974
				3809 to MASDC May 13, 1975.  To N91675 in 1977.
				3810 (c/n 238) converted to VT-29D.
				3811 (c/n 239) converted to NT-29B with extra dorsal and ventral
					radomes.  Later converted to VT-29B.  Became N91704, which registration was cancelled by FAA
					Oct 19, 2004 as sale reported 1982.  Aircraft was in fact scrapped at
					Fort Lauderdale, FL Jul 1981.
				3812 to MASDC Jun 23, 1975
				3814 to MASDC Jan 24, 1975
				3815 to MASDC Dec 9, 1974
				3816 to MASDC Jun 22, 1975.
51-3817			Douglas YC-129 Skytrain
				Was formerly 41-18656 c/n 6017 converted to YC-47F c/n 43158.  Later redesignated YC-47F-DO.
				Transferred to USN as R4D-8X BuNo 138820
51-3818/3835		Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
				c/n 43565/43582
				3818 (c/n 43565) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N96255, then to HK-1705 (LAC
					Colombia).  Crashed on takeoff Bogota Apr 29, 1978.
				3819 (c/n 43566) to civil registry as N3496F, later CP-1338 (Transportes Aereos Bolivar), 
					Crashed on take off Beni May 23, 1978
				3820 (c/n 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 (c/n 43568) to civilian market as N99272 (Global Air, Tucson, AZ)
				3822 (c/n 43569) shot down by Soviet fighter over Armenia Jun 27, 1958
				3823 (c/n 43570) to civilian market as N53CP (Ligon Air, Ligonier, IN)
				3825 (c/n 43572) was apparently up to some nefarious activities
					during the 1950s, being noted on West German airfields with
					spurious tail number of 0-13846.
				3826 (c/n 43573) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N203GB, then as N54G (Rubi Inc, Wilmington, DE)
				3827 (c/n 43574) converted to VC-118A, 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
					Taiwan Apr 25, 1975.
				3828 (c/n 43575) became N67962 and then reverted to 51-3828.  To NASA in 1965 as
					NASA 28, then became NASA 428, then N428NA May 1969.  To MASDC and
					scrapped in 1982.
				3829 (c/n 43576) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N99330 (Northern Air Cargo,
					Anchorage, AK)
				3830 (c/n 43577) to civil registry as N44916.
				3832 (c/n 43579) to N43870 with Time Aviation Services, Sun Valley, CA
				3833 (c/n 43580) converted to VC-118A.  To civil registry as N1027N (Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK)
					Seen retired at Fairbanks IAP May 2008
				3834 (c/n 43581) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N1036F (Northern Air Cargo,
					Anchorage, AK).  Seen retired at Fairbanks IAP May 2008
				3835 (c/n 43582) converted to VC-118A
51-3836/3845		Lockheed RC-121C Super Constellation
				c/n 1049B-4112/4121
				Originally ordered by USN as WV-2B, but delivered directly to
					USAF as RC-121C.  Redesignated EC-121C in 1962.
				3836 (c/n 1049B-4112) converted to TC-121C.  To MASDC in 1968 and
					broken up
				3837 (c/n 1049B-4113) converted to TC-121C.  WFu and stored at 
					MASDC Dec 1969.  Broken up in 1970.
				3838 (c/n 1049B-4114) ditched Nov 21, 1953 San Pablo Bay, San 
					Francisco, CA.  
				3839 (c/n 1049B-4115) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored at
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up in 1970.
				Remaining 9 aircraft were redesignated TC-121C and used for AEW training.
				3840 (c/n 1049B-4116) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored at
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up Dec 1969.
				3841 (c/n 1049B-4117) converted to TC-121C, later to JC-121C.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Apr 1969.  Broken up 1970. 
				3842 (c/n 1049B-4118) crashed in rainy weather on a test flight
					Mar 22, 1961, Marysville, CA.  6 killed.
				3843 (c/n 1049B-4119) converted to TC-121C, later to EC-121C.
					WFU and stored MASDC 1968.  Broken up
				3844 (c/n 1049B-4120) converted to TC-121C.  WFU and stored
					MASDC 1968.  Broken up.
				3845 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 55065) delivered to USAF Nov 10, 1951.  To civil registry as N872Z, cancelled Nov 23, 1970
				3848 (c/n 55075) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142436 in 1955.
				3849 (c/n 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 (c/n 55083) delivered to USAF Jan 4, 1952. Possibly to Philippine AF 
				3851 (c/n 55084) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142433 Jul 1955
				3852 (c/n 55085) delivered to USAF Jn 4, 1952.  (3rd ARS) rotor hit water while landing on small island off Korea 
					Jul 31, 1952.
				3853 (c/n 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 (c/n 55092) delivered to USAF Jan 25, 1952
				3855 (c/n 55093) delivered to USAF Jan 9, 1952.  To civil registry as N107DA, cancelled Jun 7, 2013.
				3856 (c/n 55094) delivered to USAF Jan 19, 1952.
				3857 (c/n 55095) delivered to USAF Feb 29, 1952.   w/o Jun 10, 1953 after engine failure
				3858 (c/n 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 (c/n 55108) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952 
				3860 (c/n 55109) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142434 in 1955.
				3861 (c/n 55110) delivered to USAF Apr 3, 1952,  w/o Apr 15, 1954 in Marshall Islands
				3862 (c/n 55111) delivered to USAF mar 7, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142435 in 1955.
				3863 (c/n 55112) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952.  To Spanish Air Force (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-15
				3864 (c/n 55120) delivered to USAF Mar 7, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142431 in 1955
				3865 (c/n 55121) delivered to USAF Apr 6, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142432 in 1955.
				3866 (c/n 55122) delivered to USAF Apr 3, 1952.  To Royal Thai AF under MAP Jun 16, 1957 
				3867 (c/n 55123) delivered to USAF Ap4 3, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-18
				3868 (c/n 55124) delivered to USAF Apr 3, 1952.  To civil registry as N62256, then N6680C, cancelled Apr 30, 2013.
				3869 (c/n 55125) delivered to USAF Apr 16, 1952.  w/o Sep 18, 1952 in Korea
				3870 (c/n 55126) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1952.  w/o Aug 15, 1952 in Japan
				3871 (c/n 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 (c/n 55134) delivered to USAF may 5, 1952.  Possibly to Philippine AF
				3873 (c/n 55135) delivered to USAF May 7, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-8, later H-08.  Preserved at Area Meterial 
					Quilmes, Buenos Aires.
				3874 (c/n 55136) delivered to USAF May 15, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-16
				3875 (c/n 55138) delivered to USAF May 13, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-6, later H-06
				3876 (c/n 55139) delivered to USAF May 12, 1952.  w/o Aug 18, 1952 in Texas
				3877 (c/n 55140) delivered to USAF May 16, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-7, later H-07
				3878 (c/n 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 (c/n 55142) delivered to USAF May 28, 1952.  To Argentine AF as H-3
				3880 (c/n 55151) delivered to USAF Jun 2, 1952.  w/o Jun 10, 1953
				3881 (c/n 55152) delivered to USAF Jun 7, 1952.  To Royal Thai AF Jun 16, 1957 under MAP.
				3882 (c/n 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 (c/n 55154) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1952.  Possibly to Philippine AF
				3884 (c/n 55155) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1952.  Possibly to Philippine AF
				3885 (c/n 55156) delivered to USAF Jun 4, 1952.  w/o Dec 30, 1953 in Korea
				3886 (c/n 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 (c/n 55158) delivered to USAF Jun 14, 1952.  w/o Dec 16, 1952 in Texas
				3888 (c/n 55159) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1952.
				3889 (c/n 55168) delivered to USAF Jun 17, 1952.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1C-24 Mar 1963. 
				3890 (c/n 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 (c/n 55170) delivered to USAF Jun 24, 1952.
				3892 (c/n 55171) delivered to USAF Jun 26, 1952.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 142430
				3893 (c/n 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 (c/n 55173) delivered to USAF Jul 3, 1952. 
				3895 (c/n 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 (c/n 55324) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953.
				3897 (c/n 55325) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 7, 1967
				3898 (c/n 55326) delivered to USAF Mar 9, 1953.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-4 Nov 1955
				3899 (c/n 55327) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1953.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-5 Mar 1956
				3900 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 55331) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 25, 1967.  stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3904 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 c/n 55393, 51-3927
				3906 (c/n 55346) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.
				3907 (c/n 55347) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.  To MASDC as HB089.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3908 (c/n 55360) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953.
				3909 (c/n 55361) delivered to USAF Mar 16, 1953
				3910 (c/n 55362) delivered to USAF Mar 11, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  To MAP
				3911 (c/n 55363) delivered to USAF Mar 17, 1953.
				3912 (c/n 55364) delivered to USAF Mar 17, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1965.  To Hellenic AF under MAP as 51-3912.
				3913 (c/n 55365) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC as Jun 18, 1967.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ, also at Mesa
				3914 (c/n 55366) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3914
				3915 (c/n 55367) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965. To Hellenic AF as 51-3915.
				3916 (c/n 55368) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1967.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3917 (c/n 55369) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1965.  To MAP
				3918 (c/n 55370) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1965.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3919 (c/n 55371) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.
				3920 (c/n 55386) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To MAP
				3921 (c/n 55387) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.
				3922 (c/n 55388) delivered to USAF Apr 14, 1953.
				3923 (c/n 55389) delivered to USAF Apr 21, 1953.  Registered as N6873C, cancelled on export to Canada Mar 19, 1959.
				3924 (c/n 55390) delivered to USAF Apr 20, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 15, 1965.
				3925 (c/n 55391) delivered to USAF Apr 20, 1953.
				3926 (c/n 55392) delivered to USAF Apr 25, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3926
					under MAP
				3927 (c/n 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 (c/n 55394) delivered to USAF Apr 17, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.
				3929 (c/n 55395) delivered to USAF Apr 17, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  Seen at Tucson Airport in 1976.
				3930 (c/n 55396) delivered to USAF Apr 17, 1953.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3930.  Preserved by Soukos 
					Robotics at Larissa, Greece.
				3931 (c/n 55397) delivered to USAF Apr 25, 1953.
				3932 (c/n 55411) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To Mesa
				3933 (c/n 55412) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To Mesa
				3934 (c/n 55413) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 2, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3934 under MAP
				3935 (c/n 55414) delivered to USAF May 9, 1953.  To MASDC.  To Ecuador AF in 1965 as 513935?.
				3936 (c/n 55415) delivered to USAF May 13, 1953.
				3937 (c/n 55416) delivered to USAF May 13, 1953.
				3938 (c/n 55417) delivered to USAF May 13, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 2, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3938 under MAP
				3939 (c/n 55418) delivered by USAF Mar 13, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1968.  Stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ
				3940 (c/n 55419) delivered to USAF May 6, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 15, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3940 under MAP
				3941 (c/n 55420) delivered to USAF May 6, 1953.
				3942 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 55438) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1965.  To Mesa
				3945 (c/n 55439) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1965.  stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ, also at Mesa
				3946 (c/n 55440) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC as Feb 26, 1965.  To Mesa, then to Chandler 
					Memorial AP, AZ
				3947 (c/n 55441) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  Scrapped 1975.
				3948 (c/n 55442) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.
				3949 (c/n 55443) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC May 11, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3949 under MAP
				3950 (c/n 55444) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To MAP
				3951 (c/n 55445) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.
				3952 (c/n 55460) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-39952; noted 
					1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
				3953 (c/n 55461) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  W/o at Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands Oct 22, 1955.
				3954 (c/n 55462) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC as HB066.  stored at Chandler Memorial Apt, AZ,
					also at Mesa
				3955 (c/n 55463) delivered to USAF Jun 11, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1967/  Registered C-FLIB, cancelled Feb 16, 1988.
				3956 (c/n 55464) delivered to USAF Jun 21, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3956 under MAP
				3957 (c/n 55465) delivered to USAF Jul 7, 1953
				3958 (c/n 55466) delivered to USAF Jul 7, 1953
				3959 (c/n 55467) delivered to USAF Jul 13, 1953.
				3960 (c/n 55468) delivered to USAF Jul 16, 1953.
				3961 (c/n 55469) delivered to USAF Jul 30, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  To Hellenic AF as 51-3961 under MAP
				3962 (c/n 55483) delivered to USAF Jul 28, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1967.  To Mesa
				3963 (c/n 55484) delivered to USAF Aug 29, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1965.  To MAP
				3964 (c/n 55485) delivered to USAF Aug 31, 1953.  To Mesa
				3965 (c/n 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 (c/n 55487) delivered to USAF Jul 2, 1953.
				3967 (c/n 55488) delivered to USAF Jul 6, 1953.
				3968 (c/n 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
				3975 in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				4015 (c/n 237) currently (Dec 2005) registered N212W.  Noted at
					Henstridge, England Jan 2, 2006.
51-4019/4024		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-5313/5318
				to USN as TV-2 BuNo 126583/126588
51-4025/4030		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5319/5324
	`			4025 donated to Texarkana, TX park Jan 1962.  Still there Mar 2008.
51-4031/4036		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-5325/5330
				to USN as TV-2  BuNo 126589/126594
51-4037/4051		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5331/5345
				4038 (c/n 580-5332) preserved at Salem Airfield, Oregon in 1978.
				4041 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5336). To French AF October 1951
				4043 (c/n 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 (C/n 580-5338/9). Both to French AF October 1951
51-4052/4057		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-5346/5351
				to USN as TV-2 BuNo  126595/126600
51-4058/4077		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5352/5371
				4058 (c/n 580-5352) to Turkish AF
				4059 (c/n 580-5353) to Turkish AF
				4060/1 (c/n 580-5354/5). Both to French AF October 1951
				4062 (c/n 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 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14681.  To Turkey, wfu Apr 22, 1959 due to unservicability.
				4064 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14682.  To Greece as 14682
				4065 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14683.  To Greece as 14683.
				4067 mounted on pylons in front of American Legion post in Breckenridge, MI
51-4078/4083		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-5372/5377
				To USN as TV-2 BuNo 126601/126606
51-4084/4103		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5378/5397
				4084 (c/n 58-5378) to Turkish AF?
				4086/4088 (c/n 580-5380/2). All to French AF December 1951
				4089 (c/n 580-5383) to Belgium as FT12.  W/o Jul 15, 1957.
				4090 (c/n 580-5384). To French AF December 1951
				4091/4093 to Canada
				4091 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14687.  To Greece as 14687
				4092 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14688 ??
				4093 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14689.  To Greece as 14689
51-4104/4109		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				c/n 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
				c/n 580-5404/5430
				4114 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5409) to French AF Dec 1951.
				4116 (c/n 580-5410) to French AF Dec 1951, later to Turkish AF.  Force
					landing on runway at Bandirma Nov 29, 1984.
				4119 to Canada Mar 14, 1955 as Silver Star I with RCAF serial 14684.  WFU Jul 27, 1973.
				4120 converted to NT-33A with F-94 nose. Retired April 28, 1997, oldest flying USAF aircraft.  Now
					on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
				4121 (c/n 580-5415) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14685.  To Turkish AF
				4123 to 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
				c/n 580-5431/5436
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126613/126618
51-4143/4173		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5437/5467
				4146 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14686.   To Grece as 14686.
				4151 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5447). To French AF February 1952, later to Turkish AF
				4154 (c/n 580-5448). To French AF April 1952
				4155 (c/n 580-5449) to Turkish AF
				4156 (c/n 580-5450) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14690.  To Turkish AF
				4157 (c/n 580-5451) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14691.  
				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 (c/n 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
				c/n 580-5468/5473
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126619/126624
51-4180/4236		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				4180/4233 c/n 580-5474/5527
				4234/4236 c/n 580-5529/5531
				4192 (c/n 580-5486). To French AF February 1952, later to Turkish AF
				4194/4196 (C/n 580-5488/90). All to French AF February 1952
				4197 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14694. 
				4228 (c/n 58-5522) to Turkish AF
				4229/4230 (C/n 580-5523/4). Both to French AF February 1952
				4231 (c/n 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 (c/n 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
				c/n 580-5532/5538
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126625/126626, 128661/128665
51-4244/4287		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5539/5582
				4244 (c/n 580-5539) to MASDC Aug 23, 1966.
				4245 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14693 ?
				4255 to MASDC May 21, 1964.
				4259 (c/n 580-5554) noted at Brewster, WA bearing serial 529667 in Washington ANG markings.  Noted on display at Spokane
					Municipal Airport, Washington in Jun 1973.
				4261 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964.
				4263 at K. I. Sawyer AFB, MI.
				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 (c/n 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
				c/n 580-5583/5589
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128666/128672
51-4295/4354		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5590/5649
				4299 to MASDC May 31, 1961
				4300 in Dyess AFB, TX museum collection
				4301 on display at Vance AB, OK
				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, MA.
				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 (C/n 580-5643/5). All to French AF May 1952
				4352 (c/n 580-5647). To French AF May 1952
51-4355/4364		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				c/n 580-5650/5659
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128673/128682
51-4365/4424		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5660/5719
				4367 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966
				4373 to MASDC Nov 24, 1964
				4380 on display at Newman City Park, Sweetwater, TX
				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 (c/n 580-5678. To French AF as 14383. To Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEX.  W/o Jul 1988
				4384 (c/n 580-5679) to KLu in 1964 as M-50.  SOC May 26, 1972.
				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 (c/n 580-5699) to Denmark as DT-404.  Stored at Tistrup AB.
				4406 (c/n 580-5701) mounted on pole in city park on south side of Oelwein, IA.  Been there since 1964.
				4413 forced down in Albania Dec 23, 1957.  Now on
					display in National Museum of Weapons in  Gjirokaster, Albania
				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 (c/n 580-5714) to French AF Jun 1952.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.
					Now on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				4420 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5717). To French AF June 1952 as 14422.  W/o Jun 15, 1963.
				4424 (c/n 580-5719) on display in 1977 at Hawthorne Airport, California
51-4425/4434		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				c/n 580-5720/5729
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128683/128692
51-4435/4514		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5730/5809
				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 (c/n 580-5745) to Denmark as DT-450.  Cockpit stored at Karup AB
				4451 to MASDC Aug 5, 1966
				4455 (10th TRW) crashed Apr 30, 1958.
				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 (c/n 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.
				4491 (c/n 580-5786) to Danish AF as DT-491.  In Danmarks Flyvemuseum, Helsingor, Denmark.
				4492 to MASDC.  To US Navy Mar 23, 1973.
				4498 to MASDC
				4500 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
				4502 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5806) to KLu as TR-1 in 1952.  SOC May 26, 1972
				4512 (c/n 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
				c/n 580-5810/5819
				to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128693/128702
51-4525/4533		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5820/5828
				4528 to MASDC
				4529 to MASDC
				4530 to MASDC Mar 29, 1964.
				4533 (c/n 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.
				4558 (c/n 21311) to civil registry as N6494, then N49984 (but not taken up), then to
					Chilean AF as FAC324.
				4561 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CK.  Crashed 7/16/1968, 2 killed.
				4563 to civil registry as N5245G, exported to Canada.
				4564 to Thai AF
				4577 to Austria as 3A-CL May 1959.  Crashed 4/23/1963.
				4581 to Thai AF
				4582 (c/n 21467) to Thai AF, then Thai Navy
				4591 to Thai AF, then Thai Army, now flying in Australia as VH-OIE
				4597 (c/n 21482) to Thai AF, then Thai Navy
				4601 (c/n 22461) to civil registry as N5242G
				4618 (c/n 24549??) on civilian registry as N4431C
				4625 (c/n 21510) to Austria as 3A-CB May 1959.  Became OE-CCB then
					D-ECII
				4627 to civil registry as N100RL
				4647 to Royal Thai AF as 4647.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011.
				4651 (N2684P) at 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.
				4655 to Thai AF, then Thai Army
				4699 to Royal Thai AF as 4699.   Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011.
				4720 to Spanish AF as U.12-13 then became EC-DQZ.
				4754 (c/n 21639) loaned to 1913 Light Liasion Flight RAF during
					Korean War as a VIP transport.  No RAF serial number issued,
					appeared on RAF rolls as 14754.
				4763 (c/n 21648) on civil registry as N2BK
				4768 (c/n 21653) as 4768 with Royal Thai Army. Noted on display in Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum, Lop Buri
					in July 2012.
				4770 (c/n 21655) to civil registry as N27PP
				4786 (19th TASS) damaged by mortar at Duc Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 28, 1968.  Again damaged at Song Be, South
					Vietnam when ground looped Mar 28, 1968 to avoid hitting a jeep on the runway.
				4792 to Royal Thai AF as 4792.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011.
				4807 (c/n 21692) to Thai AF
				4819 to Austria as 3A-CC May 1959
				4854 to Thai AF
				4867 to Thai AF, coded 1903
				4883 at Army Aviation Museum, Oakley QLD, Australia.
				4887 to Thai AF, then Thai Army.  Noted in storage with Royal Thai Army in May 2006 at Phetchabun, Fort
					Phorkhunpameung, Thailand
				4897 to civil registry as N5203G, later N300VH
				4899 (21st TASS) lost 15 mi SW of Nha Trang AB Mar 19, 1968.  Pilot and passenger MIA.
				4919 (c/n 21811) to civil registry as N5209G
				4943 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				4951 to US Navy.  I also have this one as going to Thai AF.  Preserved as 4951 at Lopburi Army Aviation Center,
					Thailand
				4952 (c/n 21837) to Thai AF
				4953 (c/n 21845) to Royal Norwegian AF and on display at Forsvarsmuseet Flysamlingen at Gardermoenm, Oslo, Norway.
				4981 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				4998 to civil registry as N5225G
				5001 shot down South Vietnam Oct 17, 1968
				5003 to Thai AF, coded 1911
				5008 (c/n 21893) to Thai AF
				5019 to Thai A, coded 60402
				5021 to Thai AF
				5026 (c/n 21911) to Thai AF.  Preserved at Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum at Lop Buri/Sa Pran Nak, Khao Phra Ngam
					Jan 2013.
				5045 (c/n 21930) to Austrian AF as 3A-CD May 1959.  Serving as instructional airframe at Bundesfachschule fur
					Flugtechnik at Lagenlebarn Jul 2013.
				5047 (c/n 21932) to Thai AF
				5054, 5067 to Brazil in 1992.  5054 still flying as PP-EKF.
				5078 (O-1G, 21st TASS) shot down in Central Highlands, Vietnam Feb 24, 1967 whilst 
					attacking a large force of North Vietnamese - the aircraft's offensive weapon 
					being an M16 rifle which the pilot fired from the cockpit!  The pilot, Capt 
					Hillard A. Wilbanks, was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor
				5081 by 1995 was registered VH-XVN
				5104 (19th TASS) damaged by mortar at Duc Hoa, South Vietnam Jan 31, 1968.
				5105 to Austrian AF as 3A-CD May 1959.  Still serving as instructional airframe at Bundesfachschule fur
					Flugtechnik at Langenlebarn Jul 2013.
51-5110/5111		De Havilland of Canada YL-20 Beaver
				Off-the-shelf evaluation aircraft for USAF
				5110 (c/n 98) to civil registry as N4790C (Civil Air Patrol), then CF-DLL.
				5111 (c/n 99)
51-5112/5113		Seibel (Cessna) YH-24 
51-5114/5172		Convair T-29B 
				c/n 245/303
				Some loaned to US Navy
				5114,5116,5118,5120,5121,5125,5126,5128,
					5130,5131,5133,5135,5136,5139/5143,5146/5152,
					5154/5157,5160,5161,5163,5164,5167,5168,5171 to VT-29B
				5114 (c/n 245) 
				5115 (c/n 246) converted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N98095
				5116 (c/n 247) damaged Sep 10, 1952 Harlingen, Texas (landing)
				5118 (c/n 249) flying with Air Tahoma as N99380.
				5120 (c/n 251) to N99654
				5121 (c/n 252) to MASDC Jan 17, 1975
				5122 (c/n 253) to MASDC Feb 11, 1975
				5123 (c/n 254) to MASDC Dec 19, 1974
				5124 (c/n 255) to N99383
				5125 (c/n 256) to N99382
				5128 (c/n 259) to N64677
				5129 (c/n 260) to MASDC Feb 25, 1975
				5130 (c/n 261) converted to VT-29B.  WFU and stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
					Jun 1975.  Bought by Aerotur S. A. in 1979 and registered XA-JOU.  Bought
					by Aero Cozumel Mar 1983.  W/o when crashed on takeoff after engine
					failure at Cancun, Mexico Mar 15, 1984.
				5131 (c/n 262) to MASDC Jun 25, 1975
				5132 (c/n 263) to NT-29B.  To MASDC Sep 19, 1969
				5134 (c/n 265) Jan 20, 1975
				5135 (c/n 266) to MASDC Jan 16, 1975
				5136 (c/n 267) to US civil registry as N16788.  Cancelled on export to Philippines Feb 11, 1976.  To
					Philippine civil registry as RP-C110.  WFU at Manila, Philippines.
				5137 (c/n 268) to MASDC May 14, 1975
				5139 (c/n 270) to N99653.  Abandoned at Ostend, Belgium in 1979.
					Finally scrapped at the beginning of the 1980s.
				5140 (c/n 271) converted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N9618A
				5141 (c/n 272) to N46965.  Current in 2013 as N290JD
				5142 (c/n 273) to MASDC May 6, 1975
				5143 (c/n 274) to MASDC Jun 9, 1975
				5144 (c/n 275) converted to NT-29B.
				5145 (c/n 276) converted to VT-29 for Navy, civil registry N1178Q.  Put
					on static display at Mercer Field, Calhoun, Georgia
				5146 (c/n 277) to MASDC Feb 10, 1975
				5147 (c/n 278) to civil registry as N38SA, now N150PA with Air Tahoma.
				5148 (c/n 279) to N99376
				5149 (c/n 280) to MASDC Jan 30, 1975
				5150 (c/n 281) 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 (c/n 282) to MASDC Mar 21, 1975
				5152 (c/n 283) to MASDC Mar 12, 1975
				5154 (c/n 285) to MASDC Mar 18, 1975
				5155 (c/n 286) to MASDC Jan 10, 1975
				5156 (c/n 287) converted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N9662A
				5157 (c/n 288) to MASDC Apr 11, 1975
				5158 (c/n 289) to MASDC Jan 3, 1975
				5159 (c/n 290) to civil registry as N87288.  Seen at Dixie Salvage, Cross City, FL without
					engines.
				5160 (c/n 291) to MASDC Jan 16, 1975
				5161 (c/n 292) to MASDC Nov 13, 1974
				5163 (c/n 294) to MASDC Feb 25, 1975
				5164 (c/n 295) to MASDC Jan 27, 1975
				5165 (c/n 296) to VT-29D
				5167 (c/n 298) to MASDC Apr 15, 1975
				5168 (c/n 299) to MASDC May 29, 1975
				5169 (c/n 300) to MASDC May 5, 1975
				5170 (c/n 301) to MASDC Jan 10, 1975
				5171 (c/n 201) to MASDC Jun 30, 1975  
				5172 (c/n 303) at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
51-5173/5187		Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
				c/n 43583/43597
				5174,5175,5177/5182,5184/5187 to C-124C
				5173 (c/n 43583) crashed while landing at Binghamton Apt, NY Sep 4, 1957.
				5174 (c/n 43584) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ112 Nov 12, 1969
				5175 (c/n 43585) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1969
				5176 (c/n 43586) crashed in northern Canada in 1957
				5177 (c/n 43587) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ051 May 2, 1969
				5178 (c/n 43588) crashed 50 mi NW of Recife, Brazil Jul 28, 1968.  10 killed.
					Flew into hill during descent.
				5179 (c/n 43589) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ052 Mar 4, 1969
				5180 (c/n 43590) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ257 Mar 13, 1972
				5181 (c/n 43591) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1971
				5182 (c/n 43592) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1971
				5183 (c/n 43593) crashed at Enewetak Island Apt, Marshall Islands Jun 16, 1956
					while landing.
				5184 (c/n 43594) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1971
				5185 (c/n 43595) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ263 Mar 29, 1972
				5186 (c/n 43596) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 12, 1969
				5187 (c/n 43597) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ255 Mar 3, 1972.
51-5188/5213		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
				c/n 43598/43623
				5188 (c/n 43598) to MASDC as CQ328 Feb 14, 1973
				5189 (c/n 43599) to MASDC as CQ240 Feb 15, 1972
				5190 (c/n 43600) to MASDC Jun 28, 1969
				5191 (c/n 43601) to MASDC Apr 15, 1969.  To civil registry as N9262A
				5192 (c/n 43602) to MASDC Jul 1, 1969
				5193 (c/n 43603) to MASDC as CQ175 Apr 15, 1971
				5194 (c/n 43604) to MASDC as CQ267 Apr 5, 1972
				5195 (c/n 43605) to MASDC as CQ276 Apr 21, 1972
				5196 (c/n 43606) to MASDC Apr 16, 1969
				5197 (c/n 43607) to MASDC Apr 8, 1969
				5198 (c/n 43608) DBR in ground accident at Hickam AFB, HI
					Mar 6, 1968.
				5199 (c/n 43609) to MASDC Nov 10, 1969. Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
				5200 (c/n 43610) to MASDC as CQ016 Apr 7, 1969
				5201 (c/n 43611) crashed on takeoff from Incirlik, Turkey Mar 31, 1959
				5202 (c/n 43612) to MASDC to MASDC as CQ209 Oct 13, 1971
				5203 (c/n 43613) to MASDC Apr 10, 1969
				5205 (c/n 43615) to MASDC as CQ234 Jan 25, 1972
				5206 (c/n 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 (c/n 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
				c/n 450499/450519
				5219,5220 converted to YDB-47E as Model 450-167-50
					with GAM-63 missile.  5220 also used in Bold Orion ALBM program
				5216 to MASDC
				5217 to MASDC
				5218 converted to WB-47E.  TO MASDC Sep 10, 1969
				5221 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968
				5225 to MASDC
				5229 to MASDC
				5231 to MASDC
51-5235/5257		Boeing B-47E-65-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450520/450542
				5236 to MASDC
				5238 to MASDC
				5245 to MASDC
				5246 to MASDC
				5248 crashed on takeoff at Lincoln AFB Oct 8, 1959.  3 crewmembers and instructor pilot killed.
				5250 to MASDC
				5251 was used by USN, but by 1987 had been retired and was then at AMARC.
				5252 (44th BW) lost control after refueling due to pilot vertigo and crashed near Ouijda, Morocco Jun 10, 1954.
					One killed, two ejected.
				5255 to MASDC
				5256 to MASDC
				5257 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
51-5258/5264		Boeing RB-47E-1-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450543/450549
				5258 to NRB-47E
51-5265/5270		Boeing RB-47E-5-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450550/450555
51-5271/5276		Boeing RB-47E-10-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450556/450561
				5272 was the first Stratojet to be retired to MASDC, which took
					place Oct 14, 1957.
51-5277			Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				c/n G-95.  Delivered to Portugal under MDAP as 7101.  WFU in 1962.
51-5278/5306		Grumman SA-16A Albatross
				Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				5278 (c/n G-158) weather damaged Sep 29, 1954 near Rhein-Main, West Germany
				5279 (c/n G-159)
				5280 (c/n G-161)
				5281 (c/n G-162) from Norway to Spain as AN.1-B.10
				5282 (c/n G-163) transferred to WPAFB Museum.  Held world altitude record for amphibians of
					32,883 feet.
				5283 (c/n G-164) to Spanish AF as AN.1-B.12.   Transferred from Spain to Greece
				5284 (c/n G-165)
				5285 (c/n G-166) weather damaged May 27, 1953 near Lowry, Colorado
				5286 (c/n G-167) damaged in takeoff accident Oct 28, 1952 Palm Beach Intl Airport, Florida
				5287 (c/n G-168)
				5288 (c/n G-169)
				5289 (c/n G-171) transferred from Norway to Greece in 1970.  In Greek AF, modified as ECM/ELINT aircraft.
				5290 (c/n G-172)
				5291 (c/n G-173) used for spack tracking duties at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.
					To civil registry as N291TC
				5292 (c/n G-174) to civil registry as N211MC of Trans American Air Transport, Inc,
					Chicago, IL
				5293 (c/n G-175)
				5294 (c/n G-176)
				5295 (c/n G-177) to Spanish AF as AD.1-B12
				5296 (c/n G-178)
				5297 (c/n G-179)
				5298 (c/n G-181) weather damaged Jan 1, 1954 Nassarsuak, Greenland
				5299 (c/n G-182)
				5300 (c/n G-183) to Spanish AF as AN.1B-13.  Noted on display at Moron de la Frontera Sep 2010.
				5301 (c/n G-184)
				5302 (c/n G-185) damaged Nov 28, 1953 Atlantic
				5303 (c/n G-186) to civil registry as N85303.  Registration N7773B reserved Jan 4, 2005.
					Was still N85303 Mar 2009.
				5304 (c/n G-187) to Spanish AF as AD-1-B8.  Now on display at Spanish Air Force Museu, Cuatro 
					Vientos, near Madrid.
				5305 (c/n G-188) crashed during landing at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, sometime in 1970..
				5306 (c/n G-189)
51-5307/5512		Lockheed F-94B-5-LO
				c/n 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 to NACA Langley (NACA number not known)
				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.
				5402 (95th FIS, 4710 AD) crashed 1 1/2 mi NE of Greensville, MD Jan 6, 1953.
				5415 crashed in Webster Pass, CO Dec 2, 1953.  2 crew killed.  Aircraft
					finally located Jul 2, 1954.
				5431 (419th FIS) crashed near K-13 Nov 15, 1952.  2 crew KIA.
				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 Feb 27, 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
				c/n 880-8109/8294
				5576 at Bessemer City, NC
				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 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				5671 on display as monument at Erie County Memorial Garden, Erie, PA in 2009.
				5676 (c/n 880-8271) on display in 1973 at Manhattan MAP, Kansas.
51-5699/5705		Convair B-36H-10-CF Peacemaker
51-5706/5711		Convair B-36H-15-CF Peacemaker
				5703 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
				5704 was last B-36 to leave Carswell AFB for Davis
					Monthan boneyards May 30, 1958.
				5705 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
				5706 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.  Later
					designated EDB-36H to test GAM-63 missile.  
					Redesignated JDB-36H after 1955.
				5710 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.  Later designated EDB-36H to test GAM-63 missile.  
					Redesignated JDB-36H after 1955.
51-5712/5717		Convair B-36H-20-CF Peacemaker
				5712 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952. Later converted to NB-36H (originally XB-36H).
					Scrapped at Fort Worth, TX Sept 1958.
				5715 damaged in Carswell tornado Sept 1, 1952.
51-5718/5723		Convair B-36H-25-CF Peacemaker
				5719 w/o 2/7/53 near RAF Fairford due to fuel exhaustion.  Crew bailed out safely.
				5720 nose section was on display at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, California.  Sold to David
					Tallichet in 1975.  Scrapped a few years later.
51-5724/5729		Convair B-36H-30-CF Peacemaker
				5726 designated EB-36H and assigned to 4925th Test Group (Atomic).  Redesignated JB-36H after 1955.
				5729 w/o Feb 13, 1953, Goose Bay, Labrador when misguided by GCA Labrador into a hill.  2 killed.
51-5730/5735		Convair B-36H-35-CF Peacemaker
				5731 designated EB-36H and assigned to 4925th Test Group (Atomic).  Redesignated JB-36H after 1955.
				5734 was star of 1955 film *Strategic Air Command*
51-5736/5742		Convair B-36H-40-CF Peacemaker
				5741 damaged while flying through thunderstorm.  W/o 6/7/57 at Carswell AFB, stripped and used for
					 firefighting practice.
51-5743/5747		Convair RB-36H-10-CF Peacemaker
				5745 w/o 11/9/57 at Ramey AFB in ground accident.
51-5748/5753		Convair RB-36H-15-CF Peacemaker
				5748 converted to JRB-36H camera platform to observe Observation Hardtack I series
					of nuclear tests at Eniwetok and Bikini in 1958.
				5750 converted to JRB-36H camera platform to observe Observation Hardtack I series
					of nuclear tests at Eniwetok and Bikini in 1958.
51-5754/5756		Convair RB-36H-20-CF Peacemaker
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.
				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
				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 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
				c/n 173-1/88
				5857 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8155)
				5858 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8105)
				5875 w/o Nov 9, 1959 in midair collision with 51-3053 2 mi W oF Albany, Oklahoma
				5879 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8141)
				5889 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8152)
				5891 on display at Savannah, GA 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 on display at Calhoun, Mercer Air Field, GA
				5898 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8120)
				5901 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8142)
				5905 w/o Sep 29, 1953 in crash 6 m WSW of Adelanto, California
				5908 on display at Gulfport, MS.
				5910 w/o Dec 2, 1955 in crash 9 mi SE of Chatham, Louisiana
				5912 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8145)
				5913 w/o Jul 15, 1953 in crash 7 mi W of Helendale, California
				5915 on display in San Carlos, AZ
				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
				5933 w/o Jun 16, 1953 near Andrews AFB, Maryland
				5938 (F-86L) on display at Appleton, WI Army Legion Home
				5939 w/o Nov 18, 1954 in midair collision with 51-5962 7 mi E of George AFB, California
				5941 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8121)
51-5945/6144		North American F-86D-30-NA Sabre
				c/n 173-89/288
				5945 (c/m 173-89) to Denmark
				5946 (c/n 173-90) to Denmark.  To fire dump at Skrydstrup Aug 31, 1965
				5947 (c/n 173-91) to Denmark.  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 to Denmark.  Crashed at Aalborg AB Apr 16, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely
				5952 to Denmark
				5953 to Denmark
				5955 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8107)
				5957 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8106).  Displayed as gate guardian at Ashiya Air Base Nov 1992.  Still there
				5958 to Denmark.  Midair collision with 51-8281 at Zetten, Holland Apr 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5960 to Denmark
				5963 to Denmark
				5964 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8143)
				5966 to Denmark.  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 (c/n 173-115) to Denmark. 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 to Denmark.  Engine fire, crashed at Gjoel Feb 7, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5977 (c/n 173-121) to Denmark AF as F-977.  To Svedinos Bil-Och
					Flygmuseum in Halmstad, Sweden Sep 2006.
				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 (c/n 173-128) to Denmark as F-984.  To Svedinos Bil-Och
					Flygmuseum in Halmstad, Sweden Sep 2006.
				5985 to Denmark
				5986 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8134).  On display at Matshshima AB, 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)
				5991 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8157)
				5992 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8125)
				5994 (c/n 173-138) to Denmark
				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 (c/n 173-160) to Denmark
				6017 to Denmark.  Ran out of fuel, crashed in the river Limfjorden Mar 9, 1960.  Pilot killed.
				6018 to Denmark
				6019 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8110)
				6021 w/o Oct 8, 1953 near Eastport, New York
				6023 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8146)
				6026 to Denmark
				6027 w/o Oct 2, 1954 when engine failed on takeoff at Duluth AB, Minnesota
				6028 (c/n 173-172) to Denmark.  Under restoration at Aalborg AB
				6030 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8111)
				6032 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8130)
				6033 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8112)
				6034 (c/n 173-178) to Denmark
				6037 to Denmark.  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 to Denmark.  Engine failure, landed in river Limfjorden May 16, 1961.  Pilot unhurt
				6046 w/o Apr 9, 1954 Suffolk County AB, New York
				6047 to Denmark.  Engine failure before landing, crashed at Aalborg AB Apr 17, 1963. 
					Pilot ejected safely.
				6049 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8151)
				6050 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8147)
				6052 to Denmark
				6053 to Denmark.  Flaps failure, crashed at Hvorup Oct 5, 1964.  Pilot ejected safely
				6055 (c/n 173-199, F-86L) on display at Hill AFB Museum, UT. Was gate guard at Albany, Oregon in 1978.
				6056 on display at Beale AFB, Marysville, CA
				6059 on display at Indian Rocks Beach, FL
				6060 to Denmark
				6062 to Denmark.  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, WA.
				6071 (F-86L) at Davis Monthan AFB Warrior Park, NV.
				6074 converted to F-86L.  Mounted on a pole outside at Blackfoot, ID.
				6077 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8136)
				6078 converted to F-86L.  Donated Dec 28, 1960 and mounted on a pylon outside at Multon, WV
				6080 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8114)
				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 to Denmark.  Lost canopy and crashed at Hvorup Dec 1, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely
				6091 (F-86L) on display at Carswell AFB
				6094 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8122)
				6095 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8116)
				6096 to Denmark
				6098 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8117).  Preserved at Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology.
				6104 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8139)
				6105 to Denmark.  Generator failure, crashed at Hahn, Germany May 15, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely
				6106 to Denamrk.  Engine failure, crashed at Halvirimmen Dec 19, 1960.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6109 to Denmark.  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
				6118 to Denmark
				6119 to Denmark.  w/o Jul 17, 1965
				6121 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8148)
				6123 to Denmark
				6126 on display at Hillsboro, IL
				6128 to Denmark.  In wheels up landing at Ramstein AG, Germany Apr 14, 1965
				6129 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8118)
				6131 w/o Nov 11, 1954 in crash 3 mi N of Burlington MAP, Vermont
				6132 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8119)
				6135 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8140)
				6138 w/o Nov 5, 1953 in crash 20 mi NW of Selfridge AFB, Michigan
				6144 at Perrin AFB Museum, Sherman Grayson, TX
51-6145/6262		North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre
				c/n 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
				6149 to Greek AF 
				6151 to Greek AF
				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
				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
				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)
				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
				6229 to Greek AF
				6234 to Greek AF. Noted stored at Agrinion Sep 2005
				6237 to Greek AF
				6238 to Greek AF
				6240 to Greek AF
				6244 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8167)
				6246 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8168)
				6250 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8169)
				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 of Canada YL-20 Beaver
				Off-the-shelf evaluation aircraft for US Army
				6263 (c/n 109) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				6264 (c/n 110) to N888BH
				6265 (c/n 114)
				6266 (c/n 115) to Honduras AF with civil registry of HP-292
51-6267/6494		Cancelled Contract
				There is a report that a DHC Beaver (c/n 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
				c/n 18-749/750
51-6497/6577		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5829/5909
				6497 (c/n 580-5829) to Denmark as DT-497.  Stored in Vandel
				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 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.
				6525 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 26, 1963 and to French AF
					under MAP
				6527 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
				6528 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5863) to KLu as M-55 in 1964.  SOC Dec 16, 1970.  To N649
				6533 (c/n 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.
				6547 to MASDC.  To ASI, Oakland, California Aug 14, 1968.  to Thai AF as F11-17/12.  SOC Sep 24, 1980 and 
					broken up for spares.
				6567 to MASDC
				6571 (c/n 580-5903) to Denmark as DT-571.  In Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger,
					Norway as RNoAF DP-X
				6572 (c/n 580-5904) to Thai AF as F11-7/05.  SOC Jun 16, 1976 and
					broken up for spares.
				6573 (c/n 580-5905) to Turkish AF
				6574 (c/n 580-5906) to KLu as TR-3 in 1952.  W/o Sep 22, 1956
				6576 (c/n 580-5908) to Italian AF
				6577 (c/n 580-5909) to KLu as TR-4 in 1952.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.
51-6578/6587		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-5910/5919
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 128703/128712
51-6588/6664		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-5920/5996
				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, GA
				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 Wanesboro, GA
				6640 to Thai AF as F11-8/05.  SOC Jul 12, 1973 and broken up for spares.
				6641 to 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-5985) on display at Baker City MAP, Oregon in Aug 2009
				6655 to MASDC
				6656 at Henderson/Rusk County Airport, TX in 2008
				6657 to MASDC
				6660 to Italian AF 
				6661 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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
				c/n 580-5997/6006
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 128713/128722
51-6675/6957		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6007/6289
				6675 to MASDC
				6679 to 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, IL
				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, GA.  
				6707 on display as gate guard at Craig Field, Selma, AL.
				6709 to MASDC
				6713 Loaned to RCAF Aug 1952.  Later to Greek AF as 713.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
				6714 to RCAF Sep 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Later to Greek AF
				6715 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  w/o Apr 16, 19543, North Bay
				6716 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.  To MASDC Dec 18, 1964
				6717 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.  At Lewiston CAP, ID in 2008
				6718 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.
				6723 to MASDC Apr 20, 1964
				6725 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
				6734 to MASDC Oc5 16, 1964.
				6735 to MASDC
				6743 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
				6744 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
				6745 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
				6746 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.
				6747 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
				6754 to MASDC
				6756 at Crossville High Schook, TN 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 to Greek AF
				6779 to MASDC
				6782 (c/n 580-6114) noted at Grissom AFB Museum, IN 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-6179) to Denmark as DT-847.  Stored at Skrydstrup AB
				6850 to MASDC
				6853 to MASDC
				6856 to MASDC
				6858 to MASDC
				6861 on display at Dayton, TN airport.  Bore civil registration of N62278
				6863 to MASDC
				6864 to MASDC
				6867 to Greek AF
				6869 (c/n 580-6201) to French AF. W/o Oct 2, 1970.
				6870 onted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
				6873 to MASDC
				6875 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 Thai AF as F11-11/05.
				6912 to MASDC
				6915 (c/n 58-6247) on display at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
				6931 to MASDC Nov 2, 1964
				6936 to MASDC
				6940 to MASDC
				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 (c/n 580-6284). To French AF as 16952. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
					was F-BJDQ
				6953 (c/n 580-6285) to KLu as M-52 in 1964.  SOC Apr 15, 1971.  To N648
				6954 to MASDC
				6956 (c/n 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
				c/n 7801/7861.  Redesignated U-20A in 1962.
				6958 (c/n 7801) to N9439Z.  WFU Aug 19, 1970
				6959 (c/n 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.
				6960 (c/n 7803) airworthy as N4929C.
				6961 (c/n 7804) to N9423H
				6963 (c/n 7806) to N195SM
				6964 (c/n 7807) to N3498G. WFU Dec 23, 2010.
				6965 (c/n 7808) to N6570D Oct 1959.  WFU Mar 6, 1964
				6966 (c/n 7809) to N4266A.  WFU Sep 9, 1963
				6967 (c/n 7810) to N7779C. WFU Jan 13, 1971.
				6970 (c/n 7813) to N7608C
				6972 (c/n 7815) to N9948.  
				6973 (c/n 7816) to N5083K.  WFU Nov 6, 1963
				6975 (c/n 7818) to N4919C.  WFU Jan 16, 1970.
				6976 (c/n 7819) to N9054Z
				6977 (c/n 7820) to N7807B
				6978 (c/n 7821) to N4024A.  WFU Nov 15, 2012
				6981 (c/n 7824) to N995LN
				6982 (c/n 7825) to N6493D.  WFU Jul 19, 2012
				6985 (c/n 7828) to N9114R.  WFU
				6987 (c/n 7830) to N4026A
				6988 (c/n 7831) to N6537D.  WFU Jun 28, 1963
				6991 (c/n 7834) to N8063H
				6993 (c/n 7836) to N3397C
				6994 (c/n 7837) to N6894D in Jun 1960.
				6996 (c/n 7839) to N4248A.  WFU Mar 11, 1966
				6998 (c/n 7841) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				6999 (c/n 7842) to C-FCQV
				7003 (c/n 7846) to N6999D.  
				7004 (c/n 7847) to N6577D
				7005 (c/n 7848) to N6857D
				7007 (c/n 7850) to N7920C.  WFU Jun 3, 1965
				7009 (c/n 7852) to N195SA
				7010 (c/n 7853) to N4918E.  WFU Jul 19, 1971
				7011 (c/n 7854) to N1002B.  WFU May 18, 1965.
				7012 (c/n 7855) to N1ZB.
				7013 (c/n 7856) to N8064E.  WFU Dec 31, 1970
				7014 (c/n 7857) to N195SE
				7015 (c/n 7858) to N126NX.
51-7019/7050		Boeing B-47E-65-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450562/459593
				7021,7046,7049 to WB-47E
				7019 to MASDC
				7020 to MASDC
				7021 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
				7022 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968
				7024 to MASDC
				7026 to 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 BS) crashed on landing Mar 18, 1960 after explosion and DC failure.  Crew of 3 escaped.
				7030 to MASDC
				7032 to MASDC
				7033 (22nd BW) exgine exploded over Canada Feb 12, 1955.  3 crewmembers ejected, one killed.
				7037 to MASDC
				7038 to MASDC
				7040 to MASDC
				7043 to JB-47E-II-65-BW
				7046 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
				7047 (30th BW) lost Sep 14, 1960 after colliding with another B-47 in close formation.  Crew lost.  The other B-47
					landed safely.
				7050 to MASDC
51-7051/7064		Boeing B-47E-70-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450594/450607
				7052 may not be c/n 450595
				7058, 7063 to WB-47E
				7059 to MASDC
				7062 to MASDC
				7063 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
51-7065/7083		Boeing B-47E-75-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450608/450626
				7066 to WB-47E.  Restored to SAC configuration and
					now on display at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
				7071 on display at Hightower Park, Altus, OK, marked as 520413.  Manufacturer's plate shows
					c/n to be 450595, which may mean that the plane is not 51-7071.
				7072 to MASDC
				7073 (301st BW) stalled on takeoff due to fuel CG malfunction May 31, 1955.  3 crewmembers killed.
				7075 to MASDC
				7078 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968
				7080 to MASDC.
				7082 (384th BW) collided with F-102 Dec 17, 1959 during practice intercept over Canada.  Two crewmembers
					killed, two ejected.  F-102 pilot was killed.
				7083 to MASDC
51-7084/7138		Cancelled Contract
51-7139			Sikorsky H-19A Chickasaw
				c/n 55137.  To Portuguese AF as 9101.
51-7140/7255		Grumman SA-16B Albatross
				Redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
				7140 (c/n G-190)
				7141 (c/n G-191)
				7142 (c/n G-192)
				7143 (c/n G-193)
				7144 (c/n G-194) on display at Robins AFB Museum, GA.
				7145 (c/n G-195) lost over Gulf of Tonkin Oct 18, 1966. All crew MIA
				7146 (c/n G-196)
				7147 (c/n G-197) to Spanish AF as AN.1-2
				7148 (c/n G-198) to Spanish AF as AN.1-3
				7149 (c/n G-199)
				7150 (c/n G-200)
				7151 (c/n G-201) transferred to Philippines in 1970s.  Then to N7038 of
					Aircraft Surplus Co, Tucson, AZ
				7152 (c/n G-202)
				7153 (c/n G-203)
				7154 (c/n G-204)
				7155 (c/n G-205)
				7156 (c/n G-206)
				7157 (c/n G-207) to Italian AF as MM51-7157, coded 15-10.
				7158 (c/n G-208) 
				7159 (c/n G-209) noted dismantled at Salisbury/Ocean City, MD Aug 2004.
				7160 (c/n G-210) to N3398F of Antilles Air Boats, Inc, St. Thomas, VI
				7161 (c/n G-211/29B) to Spanish AF as AD.1B-11, then N29850, then G-BMDX, then N2ML, then N23ML, then N3JY
				7162 (c/n G-212) turned over to US Navy before completion as UF-1L 142428.  To civil registry as N5102S
				7163 (c/n G-213) to civil registry as N70725.  Now with Castle Air Museum, CA
				7164 (c/n G-214) turned over to US Navy before completion as UF-1L 142429
				7165 (c/n G-215) to Spanish AF as AN.1-4.  W/o Jul 3, 1969
				7166 (c/n G-216)
				7167 (c/n G-217) to Spanish AF as AN.1B-5
				7168 (c/n G-218) to civil registry as N3385F with Antilles Air Boats, Inc.
					of St Thomas, VI, later as N122FB.   Stored at Marana
				7169 (c/n G-219) to N46RG, then N113LA, then N123RK.  Destroyed in hangar collapse Oct 2004. 
				7170 (c/n G-220) transferred to Spain in 1963 as AN.1A-6
				7171 (c/n G-221)
				7172 (c/n G-222) transferred to Spain in 1963 as AN.1-7.  W/o Jul 3, 1969
				7173 (c/n G-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 (c/n G-224) transferred to Peru in 1963 as FAP 519
				7175 (c/n G-225) to Italian AF as MM51-7175, coded 15-11.
				7176 (c/n G-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 (c/n G-227) to Norway as WH-I, then to Greek AF in 1970
				7178 (c/n G-228) to PK-OAH.  Preserved engineless at Changi, Singapore.
				7179 (c/n G-229)
				7180 (c/n G-231)
				7181 (c/n G-232) To Thai Navy as 1265, based on US Navy BuNo of 151265 
				7182 (c/n G-234) transferred to Spain in 1973 as AD.1-B10
				7183 (c/n G-235) transferred to Norway as WH-H.  transferred from
					Norway to Greece in 1970.  Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005.
				7184 (c/n G-237) To US Coast Guard, then transferred to Philippines in 1970s.  
					to N7039 of Aircraft Surplus Co, Tucson, AZ
				7185 (c/n G-240)
				7186 (c/n G-243) was on civil registry as N4478E at Anoka County-Blaine AB, MN.
					Registration N98TP reserved May 8, 2007, taken up Sep 15, 2008.
				7187 (c/n G-244/78B) to MASDC as HP056.  To civil registry as N48318.  To ZP-TWV in 1985, back to N48318 in 1987.
					Seized by US Marshals Service Mar 1987.  Registration N187JK reserved.
				7188 (c/n G-246) transferred to USCG as UG-1G 7188.  To Mexican Navy as MP-429
				7189 (c/n G-248)
				7190 (c/n G-250) to Norway as WH-F. Transferred to Greek AF in 1970.
					 Now at Hellenic AF Museum, Tatoi AB, Greece.
				7191 (c/n G-251) transferred to Colombia as FAC2521 but taken on charge by Chile in Oct 1963 as 571.  Converted
					into SHU-16B Oct 15, 1963.  W/o Sep 3, 1977.
				7192 (c/n G-253) to Taiwan AF as 11031
				7193 (c/n G-255) seen on display at Martin State Airport, Essex, MD.
				7194 (c/n G-256)
				7195 (c/n G-258)
				7196 (c/n G-260) to Norway.  transferred from Norway to Greece in 1970.
				7197 (c/n G-262)
				7198 (c/n G-263) to Thailand under MAP as 1264. Assigned USN BuNo 151264 for administrative purposes
				7199 (c/n G-265) to Taiwan AF as 11032
				7200 (c/n G-267) on display at Chanute AFB.  Was gate guard at Luke AFB, Arizona May 1982.
				7201 (c/n G-268) transferred to Norway as WH-E.  Transferred from Norway to Greece in 1970.  
					In storage at Elefis AB, Greece.  Noted stored there Sep 2005.
				7202 (c/n G-270) transferred to Norway as WH-B.  Transferred from
					Norway to Greece in 1970.  Crashed Jan 23, 1992
				7203 (c/n G-272) transferred to Norway as WH-C, then transferred from
					Norway to Greece in 1970.  Noted preserved at Elefsis Sep 2005
				7204 (c/n G-274) transferred to Norway as WH-8, reregistered
					as KK-X 1964, then to Greek AF in 1970; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens
				7205 (c/n G-276)
				7206 (c/n G-277)
				7207 (c/n G-279) transferred to Norway as WH-D.  Transferred from Norway to Greece in 1970.
					Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
				7208 (c/n G-280)
				7209 (c/n G-282) to Coast Guard as 7209.  Now on display at McClellan AFB, CA in USCG insignia.
				7210 (c/n G-283)
				7211 (c/n G-285)
				7212 (c/n G-286) at Jackson AP, SC.  Civil registration is N10625.  
					Noted Sep 5, 1987 at Florence Air and Missile Museum, Florence, SC
				7213 (c/n G-288) to USCG as UF-1G 7213.  Crashed and sunk during ferry flight to Hawaii Jun 18, 1991
				7214 (c/n G-289) to USCG as UF-1G 7214.  In 1988 was owned by Grumman and stored at St Augustine, FL
				7215 (c/n G-291) to USCG as UF-1G 7215
				7216 (c/n G-292) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7216
				7217 (c/n G-294)
				7218 (c/n G-295) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7218
				7219 (c/n G-297)
				7220 (c/n G-298) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  To Pakistan AF as 17220 in 1958.
				7221 (c/n G-300) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  To Pakistan AF as 17221 in 1958.
				7222 (c/n G-301) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  To Pakistan AF as 17222 in 1958.
				7223 (c/n G-303) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7223.  To civil registry as N712RV
				7224 (c/n G-304) to civil registry as N113FB.  Stored at Marana
				7225 (c/n G-306) delivered straight into storage as MASDC.  To Pakistan AF as 17225 in 1958
				7226 (c/n G-307) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7226.  to civil registry as N226CG
				7227 (c/n G-309) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7227.  to civil registry as N70263
				7228 (c/n G-310) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7228.  on display at New England Air Museum
				7229 (c/n G-312) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7229.
				7230 (c/n G-313) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7230.
				7231 (c/n G-315) to Spanish AF as AD.1-6.  Sank in Las Palmas
					harbor Dec 12, 1959.
				7232 (c/n G-316) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7232.
				7233 (c/n G-318) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7233.
				7234 (c/n G-319) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7234.
				7235 (c/n G-321/65B) to Thailand as 7235 under MDAP in 1968 as replacement for
					BuNo 151264.  Noted Aug 2004 at Samut Prakarn Naval Museum, U-Tapao, Thailand
					The report that it was assigned USN BuNo 151265 for 
					administrative purposes seems to be incorrect, and 151265 is
					a different aircraft.  
				7236 (c/n G-322) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7236.
				7237 (c/n G-324) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7237.
				7238 (c/n G-325) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7238.
				7239 (c/n G-326) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7239.
				7240 (c/n G-327) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7240.  at Opa Locka, FL with Bock Aviation, Inc as N49115.
				7241 (c/n G-329) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7241. 
				7242 (c/n G-330) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7242.
				7243 (c/n G-331) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7243.
				7244 (c/n G-332) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7244.
				7245 (c/n G-334) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7245.  in 1988 was owned by Grumman and stored at St Augustine, FL
				7246 (c/n G-335) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7246.
				7247 (c/n G-336) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7247.
				7248 (c/n G-337) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7248.
				7249 (c/n G-339) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7249.  Used at one time by 
					Smithsonian Institution as N2495.
				7250 (c/n G-340) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7250.
				7251 (c/n G-341) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7251.  on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX.
				7252 (c/n G-342) to Italian AF as MM51-7252, coded 15-12
				7253 (c/n G-344) initially deplyed with 580th Air Resupply and Communications Service Group at Wheelus AB, Libya 
					and Nouasseur AB in Morocco.  Overhaulled 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 (c/n G-345) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7254.  Now at Travis AFB Museum.
				7255 (c/n G-346) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7255.
51-7256/7259		Boeing KC-97F-19-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16489,16490,16504,16505
51-7260/7271		Boeing KC-97G-20-BO Stratofreighter
				c/n 16506/16517
				7262 to MASDC
				7263 to MASDC
				7264 to MASDC
				7265 to MASDC
				7266 to MASDC
				7268 to MASDC
				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
51-7272/7285		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
				c/n 43724/43737
				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
				7295 to Thai AF
				7296 to Thai AF
				7312 (c/n 22046) noted Fall 2003 at California Army National Guard 
					Museum, San Luis Opisbo, CA
				7322 (c/n 22056) to Thai AF as T2-22/14.  Preserved at Bangphra, Thailand Sep 2007.
				7351 to Austria as 3A-CM May 1959.
				7353 to Thai AF. Presereved as 7353 at Lopburi Army Aviation Center, Thailand
				7356 (c/n 22090) to N3020F with Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB, AL.  Deregistered
				7359 (c/n 22093) to Norwegian AF as 359, then to Brazil in 1992
				7365 to Austria as 3A-CN May 1959.  Crashed 5/7/1966
				7367 on civilian registry as N5310G.
				7375 (c/n 22109) to Norwegian AF as 375, then to Brazil in 1992.
				7390 to Thai AF
				7414 crashed at Vienna, Austria Jun 25, 1955.  2 crew killed.
				7415 to Thai AF
				7421 to USMC as O-1G BuNo 156679
				7424 (c/n 22163) to Norwegian AF as 424, then to Brazil in 1992.
				7425 (c/n 22164) to Norwegian AF as 425.  Crashed at Vaernes,
					Norway Jun 14, 1982
				7429 to Brazil in 1992
				7451 (c/n 22190) to civil registry as N5259G
				7452 to Thai AF
				7455 to Thai AF.  W/o Dec 15, 1980
				7457 (c/n 22196) converted to TL-19A.  On civil registry as N5188G and
					carries full Army markings although the tail number carried is actually
					the c/n, not the Army serial.
				7459 to Thai AF.  Noted in storage with Royal Thai Army in May 2006 at Phetchabun, Fort Phorkhunparneung, Thailand
				7470 to Thai AF
				7475 (c/n 22214) to Thai AF, then Thai Navy, preserved at U-Tapao.
				7477 to Austria as 3A-CO
51-7482/7891		North American T-28A Trojan
				c/n 174-335/744
				Numerous ex-USAF T-28As were refurburished 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
				7483 (c/n 174-336) converted to T-28D (#83).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
				7487 (c/n 174-340) converted to AT-28D-5 (#009).  To Cambodia Jul 1973.  Dropped from inventory Nov 1973
				7490 (c/n 174-343) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7491 (c/n 174-344) to French AF as Fennec no. 121.  SOC Apr 1966.  Preserved at L'Ecole des Apprentis de Saintes by 1973.
					To Musee de l"Air, Paris by 1984.  Noted stored Dugny Sep 2008.
				7492 (c/n 174-345) converted to AT-28D-5 (#015).  To Cambodia.  Wheels-up landing at Ream Feb 1974 and to Thailand for Repair.
					Believe declared uneconomical to repair.  To Philippine AF as 17492 in 1976.
				7493 (c/n 174-346) converted to T-28D-5 (#330).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 28, 1970.  W/o Jan 10, 1973 but presumably repaired.
					From 1975 sold as wreck to Australian user.   Ex-Laos AF/3409 in Australia. under restoration in Australia
				7494 (c/n 174-347) converted to AT-28D-5 (#005).  To Cambodia.
				7496 (c/n 174-349) converted to T-28D (#91).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
				7498 (c/n 174-351) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7499 (c/n 174-352) converted to AT-28D-5 (#007).  To Cambodia
				7501 (c/n 174-354) to Philippine AF as 17501
				7504 (c/n 174-357) to French AF as Fennec no. 108.  To Argentine Navy as 0623 Oct 17, 1967.  W/o 1973
				7505 (c/n 174-358) converted to AT-28D-5 (#014).  To Cambodia Sep 1973.  
				7508 (c/n 174-361) to Ethiopian AF as 501
				7509 (c/n 173-362) converted to AT-28D-5 (#023) To Laotian AF in 1973.  Ex-Laos AF/3402 in Australia. under restoration in Australia
				7511 (c/n 173-364) to French AF as Fennec no. 120.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.
					To US civil registry as N14110.  To Haitian AF as 1240 in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14110 Apr 8, 1978.
				7512 (c/n 174-365) converted to AT-28D-5 (#042).  To Cambodia Dec 1973.  Escaped to Thailand 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17512.
				7514 (c/n 174-367) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7516 (c/n 174-369) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
				7519 (c/n 174-372) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7520 (c/n 174-373) converted to AT-28D-5 (#004).  To Cambodia in 1973.
				7521 (c/n 174-374) converted to AT-28D-5 (#024).  To Royal Laotian AF Sep 1973.  Ex-Laos AF/3403 in Australia.  Airworthy as VH-DUK.  To
					Aerotec Queensland P/L as VH-ZUK Apr 20, 2007.
				7523 (c/n 174-376) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7525 (c/n 174-378) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7526 (c/n 174-379) to Philippine AF in 1958.
				7529 (c/n 174-382) to Philippine AF in 1958.  
				7530 (c/n 174-383) to French AF as Fennec no. 115.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry 
					as N14111.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
				7531 (c/n 174-384) converted to AT-28D-5 (#043).  To Cambodia in 1974.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
				7532 (c/n 174-385) to French AF as Fennec no. 126.  To Argentine Navy as 0628 Oct 17, 1967.
				7533 (c/n 174-386) to French AF as no. 116.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14144.  To Haitian AF in 1973
					as 1237.  Restored to US civil registry as N14144 Apr 8, 1978.  
				7534 (c/n 174-387) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7536 (c/n 174-389) to US civil registry as N99393
				7537 (c/n 174-390) converted to AT-28D-5 (#025).  To Cambodia Feb 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17537
					in 1976
				7538 (c/n 174-391) converted to T-28D (#89).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
				7540 (c/n 174-393) converted to T-28D (#80).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
				7542 (c/n 174-395) to French AF as Fennec no 124.  Noted in storage at 
					Chateaudun Jun 1965.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry as
					N14112.  To Haiti AF in 1973 as 1242. Restored to US civil registry as N14112 Apr 8, 1978
				7543 (c/n 174-396) to French AF as Fennec no. 132.  W/o Jul 19, 1963
				7545 (c/n 174-398) to French AF as Fennec no. 119.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968, then to US civil 
					registry as N14113, then to Haiti AF as 1236 Oct 1973, then back to civil registry as N14113 1978.  Now owned
					by The Aircraft Restoration Company at Duxford, UK.
				7546 (c/n 174-399) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7547 (c/n 174-400) converted to AT-28D-5 (#027).  To Philippine AF Aug 1973.
				7549 (c/n 174-402) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
				7550 (c/n 174-403) to Ethiopian AF as 502 May 3, 1961
				7551 (c/n 174-404) converted to AT-28D-5 (#044).  To Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17551 in 1976.
				7552 (c/n 174-405) converted to T-28D-5 (#321).  To Royal Laotian AF.
				7554 (c/n 174-407) converted to AT-28D-5 (#012).  To Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17554 in 1976.
				7555 (c/n 174-408) converted to AT-28D-5 (#017).  To Cambodia or Laos.
				7556 (c/n 174-409) converted to AT-28D-5 (#002).  To Cambodia
				7558 (c/n 174-411) on civil registry as N90198
				7559 (c/n 174-412) to Republic of China AF.
				7560 (c/n 174-413) converted to AT-28D-5 (#011) in 1973.   To Cambodia in 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Philippine AF in 1976 as 17560.  Dumped at Clark AB. 
				7564 (c/n 174-417) to Ethiopian AF as 503 Jul 11, 1961. 
				7565 (c/n 174-418) converted to AT-28D-5 (#008).  To Cambodia AF in 1973.
				7567 (c/n 174-420) converted to T-28D (#87).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
				7568 (c/n 174-421) converted to AT-28D-5 (#026).  To Cambodian AF in 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Philippine AF in 1976 as 17568.
				7569 (c/n 174-422) converted to AT-28D-5 (#045).  To Cambodian Af Apr 1974.  Escaped to Thialand in 1975.
					To Philippine AF in 1976 as 17569
				7571 (c/n 174-424) to Philippine AF in 1958
				7573 (c/n 174-426) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7576 (c/n 174-429) converted to AT-28D-5 (#021) To Royal Laotian AF in 1973.  Later to Laotian People's Liberation
					Army Air Force. Ex-Laos AF/3401 sold to user in Australia.  Airworthy as VH-ZUC.
				7577 (c/n 174-430) converted to AT-28D-5 (#001) Jun 1973.  To Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To 
					Philippine AF as 17577 in 1976.
				7579 (c/n 174-432) w/o Feb 27, 1953 with USAF
				7581 (c/n 174-434) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17581.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7582 (c/n 174-436) to Mexican AF Aug 21, 1958 as T28-928.  To US civil registry as N8156L.  C of R "expired" Jun 30, 2012.
				7584 (c/n 174-437) converted to T-28D (#53).  To Cambodia in 1962.
				7586 (c/n 174-439) converted to AT-28D-5 (#018).  To Cambodia in 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Philippine AF as 17586 in 1976.  W/o Mar 29, 1983
				7588 (c/n 174-441) to Mexican AF Aug 31, 1958 as T28-946, then to US civil registry as N128DR. Sep 24, 1990.  Current.
				7589 (c/n 174-442) converted to T-28D (#85).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963 
					in 1963.  
				7591 (c/n 174-444) converted to T-28D (#33).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-18/05 Jul 1962.
				7592 (c/n 174-445) converted to T-28D (#26).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-19/05 Jul 1962.
				7593 (c/n 174-446) converted to AT-28D-5 (#029).  To Phhilippine AF as 17593
				7595 (c/n 174-448) converted to T-28D (#34) to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-20/05 Jul 1962.
				7596 (c/n 174-449) converted to AT-28D-5 (#028).  To Cambodian AF Jan 1974. 
				7597 (c/n 174-450) converted to T-28D-5 (#153).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-17597 Dec 1965.
				7598 (c/n 174-451) converted to T-28D (#92).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
				7599 (c/n 174-452) converted to T-28D (#15).  to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-01/05 Jul 26, 1962 
				7600 (c/n 174-453) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7605 (c/n 174-458) to Taiwan AF as 2834.  W/o in accident Apr 16, 1973.
				7606 (c/n 174-459) to French AF as Fennec No. 136.  To Argentine Navy as 0629 3-A-309 Oct 17, 1967.  (T-28F) on civil registry 
					as N9103F, flies as 3-A-332.
				7607 (c/n 174-460) converted to T-28D (#16).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-02/05 Jul 26, 1962
				7608 (c/n 174-461) to French AF as Fennec #110.  To Argentine Navy as 0625 Oct 17, 1967.
				7609 (c/n 174-462) to Republic of Korea AF Feb 1961.  But also listed as W/o with USAF Oct 27, 1954.
				7610 (c/n 174-463) converted to T-28D (#19).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-03/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					May 1964.  W/o Jun 4, 1965.
				7611 (c/n 174-464) converted to T-28D (#17).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-04/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17611 Aug 1961.   To Philippine AF as 17611 in 1974.
				7612 (c/n 174-465) to Republic of China AF Mar 11, 1960 as 2805.
				7613 (c/n 174-466) to French AF as Fennec no. 145.  To Argentine Navy as 0632 Oct 17, 1967.  In 2013 was T-28P 
					0632 3-A-212 as instructional airframe with Escuela de Educacion Tecnica Numero 8, La Matanza, Buenos 
					Aires, Argentina
				7615 (c/n 174-468) to Philippine AF Dec 1959
				7616 (c/n 174-469) converted to T-28D (#24).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-17616.  W/o Oct 24, 1965.
				7617 (c/n 174-470) converted to T-28D (#18).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-05/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian
					AF Mar 1965.  
				7618 (c/n 174-471) to French AF as Fennec no. 128.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.
					To US civil registry as N14114.  To Haiti AF in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14114.
				7619 (c/n 174-472) to Philippine AF as 17619 Nov 1959
				7621 (c/n 174-474) converted to T-28D (#32).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-21/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF.
					W/o Mar 25, 1965.
				7622 (c/n 174-475) converted to T-28D (#22).  to Royal Loatian AF Mar 1965.  W/o Sep 9, 1968.
				7623 (c/n 174-476) to French AF as Fennec no. 125.  In accident Sep 7, 1963.  SOC Feb 19, 1965.
				7624 (c/n 174-477) to Philippine AF Nov 1959 as 17624.
				7625 (c/n 174-478) to Republic of Korea AF as 17625.  Put on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace 
					Museum, Sacheon AFB, South Korea.
				7626 (c/n 174-479) converted to T-28D (#20)   To Royal Thai AF as B,JF13-06/05 Jul 1962.
				7629 (c/n 174-482) to French AF as Fennec no. 131.  W/o May 15, 1963
				7630 (c/n 174-483) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7632 (c/n 174-485) to French AF as Fennec no 1.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EP Sep 1965, then 
					became 227 with Honduran AF 1978. To HR-AKJ-P Jun 1985.  Now on US civil registry as N632NA
				7634 (c/n 174-487) to Republic of Korea AF Dec 1960.
				7635 (c/n 174-488) converted to T-28D (#23).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-17635.  W/o Dec 7, 1967
				7637 (c/n 174-490) converted to AT-28D-5 (#013).  To Cambodia 
				7639 (c/n 174-492) to Republic of Korea AF as 17639.  Preserved at Daejeon National Cemetery.  
				7640 (c/n 174-493) to French AF as Fennec no. 137.  To Argentine Navy as 0553/EAN-112 Jul 1966
				7641 (c/n 174-494) to Republic of Korea AF as 17641.  Preserved as Seosan-Haemi
				7643 (c/n 174-496) to Republic of Korea AF as 17643.  Preserved at Goseokjeong.
				7645 (c/n 174-498) to French AF as Fennec no. 107.  To Argentine Navy as 0574/EAN-107 Jul 1966
				7646 (c/n 174-499) to Republic of Korea AF as 17646.  Preserved at Sacheon
				7649 (c/n 174-502) to French AF as Fennec no. 139.  To Argentine Navy as 0631 Oct 17, 1967
				7650 (c/n 174-503) converted to T-28D (#21).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-07/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian
					AFAug 1965.  W/o Sep 15, 1965.
				7651 (c/n 174-504) converted to T-28D (#81).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
				7654 (c/n 174-507) to French AF as Fennec no. 146.  To Argentine Navy as 0622 Oct 17, 1967
				7655 (c/n 174-508) to French AF as Fennec no. 141.  To Argentine Navy as 0575/EAN-125 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
					as 406, delivered Oct 1979.  To US civil registry as N141BS, cancelled on export to South Africa Oct 23, 2012.
				7657 (c/n 174-510) to Republic of Korea AF as 17657 Dec 1960.  Preserved at Wonju.
				7659 (c/n 174-512) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7660 (c/n 174-513) to French AF as Fennec no. 127.  To Argentine Navy as 0620 Oct 17, 1967
				7662 (c/n 174-515) converted to T-28D (#35).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-22/05 Jul 26, 1962.
				7663 (c/n 174-516) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7664 (c/n 174-517) to French AF as Fennec no. 140.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry 
					as N14115.  to RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
				7665 (c/n 174-518) converted to T-28D (#25).  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 17, 1965.  W/o Sep 4, 1965l
				7666 (c/n 174-519) to French AF as Fennec no. 133.  in accident Nov 11, 1964. SOC Jan 1965
				7667 (c/n 174-520) converted to T-28D (#29).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-23/05 Jul 26, 1962
				7668 (c/n 174-521) to Canada, registered as C-FXRD on July 11, 1988, 
					Registration canceled in 1995
				7669 (c/n 174-522) to French AF as Fennec No. 2  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EA Sep 1965.  To US civil registry as N9860A 
					Jan 1984.  N9860A cancelled Jul 29, 2013
				7670 (c/n 174-523) to Philippine AF as 17670 Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977.
				7672 (c/n 174-525) to MASDC.  To Cambodian AF
				7673 (c/n 174-526) to French AF as Fennec no. 143.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Rleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry 
					as N14116.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970
				7676 (c/n 174-529) to Republic Of Korea AF
				7677 (c/n 174-530) converted to T-28D (#27).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-24/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal
					Laotian AF Aug 1971.  W/o Aug 20, 1973.
				7678 (c/n 174-531) converted to T-28D (#28).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-25/05 Jul 26 1962.  To Royal Laotian
					AF as 17678 May 1964.  to Cambodia KhAF as 0-17678 sometime between 1970-1972.  W/o
				7680 (c/n 174-533) to French AF as Fennec no. 11.  To Argentine Nav as 0576/EAN-111 Jul 1966.  W/o in 1971
				7681 (c/n 174-534) to Mexican AF as FAM 927.  Later on civil registry as N1628T
				7683 (c/n 174-536) converted to T-28D (#90).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
				7686 (c/n 174-539) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7688 (c/n 174-541) to French AF as Fennec no. 5.  In accident Mar 13, 1963.  SOC Jan 1965
				7689 (c/n 174-542) W/o Mar 3, 1959 with USAF.  Reported as RoCAF 2815 and w/o Jul 4, 1973
				7691 (c/n 174-544) on civil registry as N3313G
				7692 (c/n 174-545) to French AF as Fennec serial 142, Shipped from Norfolk NAS, Virginia on French aircraft carrier "Bois Belleau",
					then to French AF Mar 1962.  In accident near Bourg en Bresse Dec 5, 1964.  SOC Apr 965.
					To static display at Villeneuve, then to French civil registry as F-AZFV.  Registeed to Groupe Fennec as
					G-TROY Apr 21, 1999.  Now with the Old Flying Machine Company at Duxford, UK as G-TROY.
				7695 (c/n 174-548) on civil registry as N8089H
				7696 (c/n 174-549) to US civil registry as N8097H then N8079H Jul 7, 1964.  Repurchased by USAF in 1968 and converted
					to T-28D-5 (#310) and to Royal Laotian AF Aug 1971.
				7700 to civil registry as N8088H then N100JE
				7701 (c/n 174-554) to Mexican AF Feb 20, 1959 as T28-947, WFU.
				7703 (c/n 174-556) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17703.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7704 (c/n 174-557) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 
				7707 (c/n 174-560) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17707
				7708 (c/n 174-561) delivered Mar 25, 1953 to 2277th Reserve Flying Training Center, Brooks AFB, TX.
					To 2589th Air Reserve Flying Center, Dobbins AFB, GA Sep 2955.  To 169th FS (ANG), Peoria, IL Oct 1956.
					To MASDC Oct 1957.  To MAP Sep 1958.  To Mexican AF Sep 3, 1958 as T28-954.  In 2009 was under restoration in Portland, OR.
				7709 (c/n 174-562) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17709.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7710 (c/n 174-563) to civil registry as N3312G
				7712 (c/n 174-565) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17712.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7714 (c/n 174-567) to Republic of China AF Mar 1960.
				7715 (c/n 174-568) converted to T-28D (#30).  To Royal Thai AF as 13-26/05 Jul 1962
				7719 (c/n 174-572) to French AF as Fennec no. 3.  W/o in Algeria Jan 21, 1961.
				7721 (c/n 174-574) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7723 (c/n 174-576) to Saudi AF as 7723, delivered Oct 15, 1961.  Noted derelict at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah.
				7724 (c/n 174-577) converted to T-28D (#31).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-27/05 Jul 1962.
				7725 (c/n 174-578) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7727 (c/n 174-580) to Republic of China AF ?
				7729 (c/n 174-582) converted to AT-28D-5 (#010).  To Cambodia Nov 1973.
				7730 (c/n 174-583) to French AF as Fennec no. 4.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-ER Sep 1965.  To US civil registry as N9857A in 1979
				7731 (c/n 174-584) to Republic of China AF as 2809 Mar 1960
				7732 (c/n 174-585) to French AF as Fennec no. 130.  SOC Dec 17, 1967.  To Argentine Navy as 0621/EAN-121.  To
					Uruguayan Navy as 407, delicered Oct 1979.  W/o Dec 7, 1987.
				7733 (c/n 174-586) to Republic of China AF Aug 1960
				7734 (c/n 174-587) to Republic of China AF Oct 1960 as 2825
				7735 (c/n 174-588) converted to T-28D (I#37) to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-28/05 Jul 19672.  To Cambodia KhAf as 0-17735.  
					Destroyed at Pochentong Jan 21-22, 1971 during North Vietnamese sapper attack.
				7738 (c/n 174-591) to Republic of China AF as 2819 Mar 1960.
				7739 (c/n 174-592) converted to T-28D (#39).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-29/05 Jul 1962.    To Royal Laotian AF and
					w/o Apr 29, 1971.
				7741 (c/n 174-594) converted to T-28D (#40).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-30/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF as
					O-17741 May 1964.  Crashed near Udorn May 20, 1965 but repaired.
				7742 (c/n 174-595) to French AF as Fennec no. 134.  To Argentine Navy as 0577 4-G-55 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
					as 408, delivered Oct 1979.
				7745 (c/n 174-598) to Republic of China AF Aug 1960.
				7746 (c/n 174-599) converted to T-28D (#41).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-31/05 Jul 1962.   To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17746 Aug 1971.  W/o Jun 24, 1974.  Presumably went to Laotian AF, as tailfin noted summer 2003 in Musee de 
					l'Armee Populaire, Vientiane, Laos) 
				7747 (c/n 174-600) to French AF as Fennec no. 7.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
				7749 (c/n 174-602) to French AF as Fennec no. 135.  SOC Par 1966.  Preserved at L'Ecole des Apprentis de Saintes
					by 1973.  Displayed at Dijon AFB 1987-1988.  To French civil registry as F-AZHR Mar 20, 1992.
				7751 (c/n 174-604) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7753 (c/n 174-606) converted to T-28D (#36).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-32/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17753 Dec 1965.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF.
				7754 (c/n 174-607) to Ethiopian AF as 504 May 3, 1961.
				7755 (c/n 174-608) to Republic of China AF Mar 1960 ?
				7756 (c/n 174-609) to Ethiopian AF as 505 May 3, 1961.  Possibly to Cuba.
				7757 (c/n 174-610) to Republic of China AF Aug 1960.
				7758 (c/n 174-611) converted to T-28D (#44).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-33/05 Jul 1962. May have gone to Royal
					Laotian AF
				7759 (c/n 174-612) to Republic of China AF ?
				7760 (c/n 174-613) to Philippne AF Nov 1958.  Preserved Fernando AFB.
				7761 (c/n 174-614) to French AF as Fennec no. 129.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry 
					as N14117.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
				7763 (c/n 174-616) converted to T-28D (#38).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-34/05 Jul 1962.   To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17763 Aug 1971.  W/o Dec 1971
				7764 (c/n 174-617) to Republic of China AF
				7765 (c/n 174-618) to Republic of China AF
				7767 (c/n 174-620) to Republic of China AF Mar 1960 as 2823.  Preserved RoCAF Museum, Kangshan AB.
				7769 (c/n 174-622) to Republic of China AF ?
				7770 (c/n 174-623) converted to T-28D (#42).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-35/05 Jul 26, 1962
				7771 (c/n 174-624) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7773 (c/n 174-626) converted to T-28D (#43).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-36/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17773 Aug 1971. Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.   To Philippine AF 
				7774 (c/n 174-627) converted to T-28D (#47).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-37/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian
					AF as 7774 Oct 1965.  W/o at Luang Prabang Jul 16, 1967.
				7775 (c/n 174-628) to Republic of China AF ?
				7777 (c/n 174-630) converted to T-28D (#46).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-38/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					Oct 196. W/o Nov 12, 1975 but presumably repaired.   W/o Sep 1971.
				7778 (c/n 174-631) converted to T-28D (#59).  To Cambodia as O-17778 Aug 1962.    
				7779 (c/n 174-632) converted to T-28D (#45).  to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-39/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17779 Oct 1965.  W/o Feb 28, 1967 but presumably repaired.  W/o Sep 1971.
				7780 (c/n 174-633) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
				7781 (c/n 174-634) to French AF as Fennec no. 122.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14118
				7782 (c/n 174-635) to French AF as Fennec no. 113.  To Argentine Navy as 0578/EAN-126 Jul 1966.  To US civil registry as N993CA.
					Crashed near Hollister, California Jul 8, 1991
				7784 (c/n 174-637) listed as going to Taiwan AF as 2826.  In accident Dec 24, 1970.  However, listed as w/o Jan 28, 1957 with USAF.
				7788 (c/n 174-641) to Mexican AF Mar 4, 1959.
				7789 (c/n 174-642) to civil registry as N3320G then N28EG, then N28RE
				7792 (c/n 174-645) to civil registry as N8166H then N96329 then N28GW
				7793 (c/n 174-646) to civil registry as N9635C. Repurchased by USAF in 1968 and converted to T-28D-5 (#308). 
					To Royal Laotian AF Feb 1973.  W/o Mar 17, 1974.
				7797 (c/n 174-650) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17797
				7798 (c/n 174-651) to French AF as Fennec no. 117.  To Argentine Navy as 0579 4-G-51 Jun 1966
				7799 (c/n 174-652) to French AF as Fennec no. 26.  To US civil registry as N91020
				7801 (c/n 174-654) to US civil registry Sep 1958 as N3201G.  Repurchased by USAF Nov 1, 1967 and converted to
					T-28D-5 (#255) .  To Royal Laotian AF Aug 1971l  To Philippine AF.  Disposal approved Nov 1981.
				7803 (c/n 174-656) on civil registry as N8087H
				7804 (c/n 174-657) to civil registry as N3316G, cancelled on export to Iran Oct 26, 1962.  Registered with
					c/n 51-7804N
				7806 (c/n 174-659) converted to T-28D (#48).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-40/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
					as O-17806.  W/o May 19, 1965.
				7807 (c/n 174-660) converted to T-28D (#49).  To Cambodia as O-17807 in 1971.  Stolen from Pochentong Mar 17, 1973 by
					an air force pilot who attempted to drop his bomb load on the presidential palace, but he missed and his
					bombs hit an ajacent barracks.
				7811 (c/n 174-664) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
				7812 (c/n 174-665) was Fennec No. 19 with French AF.  To Argentine Navy as 0581/EAN-101 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan 
					Navy as 409, delivered Oct 1979.To N90534 Jun 30, 2000.  Later with Delta Warbird Aviation, Delta, BC as 
					C-GBKT Jun 21, 2001.  Cancelled May 7, 2007. Registered N379DM May 15, 2007.
				7813 (c/n 174-666) to Republic of Korea AF Feb 1961.  Preserved at Seongmu AFA Museum, marked as 901.
				7815 (c/n 174-668) converted to T-28D (#50).  To Cambodian AF as O-17815.  W/o in sapper attach at Pochentong
					Jan 21, 1971.
				7816 (c/n 174-669) to Republic of Korea AF Feb 1961
				7817 (c/n 174-670) to French AF as Fennec No. 17.  To Argentine Navy as 0582/EAN-113 Jun 26, 1966.  To Naval Aviation School
					as 0582/EAN 113 Sep 1966 to 0582/1-A-262 in 1970.  To Aviatin Mechanics School as 0582/3A-333.
					To Museo de la Aviacion Naval Argentina in 1988
				7818 (c/n 174-671) to Ethiopian AF as 506 May 3, 1961.  To South Africa
				7819 (c/n 174-672) converted to T-28D (#53).  To Cambodia.  Shrapnel damage repaired Jun 1973.  Dropped from inventory
					Nov 1973.
				7820 (c/n 174-673) to French AF as Fennec no. 138.  To Argentine Navy as 0630 Oct 17, 1967
				7821 (c/n 174-674) to Republic of Korea AF as 17821 Feb 1961.  Preserved at Air Force School, Jinju.
				7823 (c/n 174-676) converted to T-28D (#51).  To Cambodia as O-17823.  Survived Jan 21, 1971 sapper attack at
					Pochentong.
				7824 (c/n 174-677) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
				7825 (c/n 174-678) converted to T-28D (#54) to Cambodia.
				7826 (c/n 174-679) to Republic of Korea AF as 17826.  Preserved at Aviation Space Science Museum, Muan
				7828 (c/n 174-681) to Cambodia KhAF as 0-17828 sometime between 1970-73, survived the sapper attack of Jan 21-22, 1971.
					Emergency landing in rice field, S of Pochentong, May 1973, causing substantial damage.
				7829 (c/n 174-682) w/o Oct 22, 1957 with USAF
				7830 (c/n 174-683) to South Korean AF Feb 1961 as 17830.  Preserved in Seoul Museum
				7831 (c/n 174-684) converted to T-28D (#55).  To Cambodia Apr 1973.
				7832 (c/n 174-685) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17832.
				7833 (c/n 174-686) converted to T-28D (#56).  To Cambodia as O-17833.    
				7834 (c/n 174-687) to French AF as Fennec no. 25.  To Argentine Navy as 0583 4-G-62 Jun 1966.  To US civil registry as N994CA
				7835 (c/n 174-688) to French AF as Fennec no. 24.  To US civil registry as N14145.
				7836 (c/n 174-689) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7838 (c/n 174-691) to Ethiopian AF as 507 May 3, 1961.  To South Africa.
				7839 (c/n 174-692) converted to T-28D (#57).  To Cambodia as O-17839.
				7842 (c/n 174-695) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7843 (c/n 174-696) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7844 (c/n 174-697) to French AF as Fennec no 8.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EB, then became 228 with Honduran 
					AF in 1978.  W/o Nov 10, 1978.
				7845 (c/n 174-698) to French AF as Fennec no. 21.  To Argentine Navy as 0584-4-G-54 Jul 1966
				7846 (c/n 174-699) converted to AT-28D-5 (#003).  To Cambodia ?
				7848 (c/n 174-701) to Philippine AF as 17848 Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
				7850 (c/n 174-703) to Philippine AF. Nov 1958.
				7853 (c/n 174-706) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7854 (c/n 174-707) to Republic of Korea AF
				7857 (c/n 174-710) to Republic of Korea AF
				7858 (c/n 174-711) to South Korean AF.  Preserved at Sachon, ROK.
				7860 (c/n 174-713) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7862 (c/n 174-715) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7864 (c/n 174-717) to Republic of Korea AF.
				7865 (c/n 174-718) to Ethiopian AF as 508 Jul 11, 1961.  To South Africa.
				7867 (c/n 174-720) to Republic of Korea AF.
				7869 (c;n 174-722) converted to T-28D (#67).  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 1965.  W/o Sep 3, 1965 but presumably repaired.
				7870 (c/n 194-723) 1st Air Commando Wing attached to 35th Tactical Air Control Group shot down by AAA
					in South Vietnam Nov 19, 1964.  Both crew KIA.
				7871 (c/n 194-724) 34th Tactical group, 1st Air Commando Squadron hit by ground fire over South Vietnam
					Jun 26, 1964.  Both crew bailed out and were rescued by helicopter.
				7872 (c/n 174-725) converted to AT-28D-5 (#046).  To Cambodian AF Feb 1974. 
				7873 (c/n 174-726) converted to AT-28D-5 (#047).  To Cambodia in 1974.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
				7874 (c/n 174-727) converted to AT-28D-5 (#020).  To Philippine AF. Disposal approved Jan 1977.
				7876 (c/n 174-729) to Ethiopian AF as 509 May 3, 1961.
				7877 (c/n 174-730) to Republic of Korea AF
				7878 (c/n 174-731) converted to AT-28D-5 (#048).  To Cambodia Apr 1964.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
				7881 (c/n 174-734) converted to AT-28D-5 (#006).  To Cambodian AF
				7882 (c/n 174-735) assigned to the 3512th Pilot Tng Sqdn/ATC at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1965.  Converted to 
					AT-28D-5 (#049).  To Cambodia Jan 1974.  To Philippine AF as 17882 in 1976.
				7883 (c/n 174-736) w/o Jun 13, 1961 with USAF
				7886 (c/n 174-739) to Republic of Korea AF
				7889 (c/n 174-742) to Republic of Korea AF
				7890 (c/n 174-743) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
				7891 (c/n 174-744) converted to AT-28D-5 (#050).  To Cambodia Apr 1974.  To Philippine AF as 17891 in 1976.
51-7892/7917		Convair T-29B
				7892,7894,7897,7899,7901/7903,7908,7910,7911,7913/7916 converted to VT-29B
				Some loaned to US Navy
				7892 (c/n 304) served with 513rd TAW in 1972.  After USAF service, went to civil registry as N153PA.  On Mar 3, 2007
					registered to Desert Air Transport, Inc, Anchorage, Alaska.
				7901 on ramp at Texas State Technical College, Waco Apt, TX
				7906 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				7909 registered as N64755 to Starship Inc, Las Vegas, NV.
51-7918/7967		Cancelled contract
51-7968/8052		Fairchild C-119F-FA Flying Boxcar
				7968/7995 were c/n 10707/10734
				7996/8015 were c/n 10739/10758
				8016 was c/n 10706
				8017/8029 were c/n 10760/10772
				8030 was c/n 10822
				8031/8032 were c/n 10857/10858.
				8033/8034 were c/n 10873/10874
				8035/8052 were c/n 10913/10930
				7968 (c/n 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 (c/n 10708) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ315 Nov 10, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7970 (c/n 10709) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				7971 (c/n 10710) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3158.  Noted Oc5 2012 on display Hengshan, Taiwan.
				7972 (c/n 10711) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ237 Dec 1, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 19, 1970
				7973 (c/n 10712) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3210
				7974 (c/n 10713) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				7975 (c/n 10714) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ320 Nov 22, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7976 (c/n 10715) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ267 Nov 5, 1968.  Declared
					excess Dec 9, 1974
				7977 (c/n 10716) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				7978 (c/n 10717) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Taiwan in 1969 as 3123
				7979 (c/n 10718) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Taiwan as ???
				7980 (c/n 10719) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
				7981 (c/n 10720) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Taiwan 1969 or 1970 as 3195
				7982 (c/n 10721) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ323 Nov 23, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7983 (c/n 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 (c/n 10723) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Taiwan Jan 1971 as 3220
				7985 (c/n 10724) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Taiwan 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 (c/n 10725) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ263 Nov 4, 1968.
					Declared excess Dec 9, 1974.
				7987 (c/n 10726) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ310 Sep 13, 1969.
				7988 (c/n 10727) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ334 Dec 6, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				7989 (c/n 10728) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Taiwan
					in 1969 as 3119.  WFU
				7990 (c/n 10729) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Taiwan 
					in 1969 or 1970 as 3206
				7991 (c/n 10730) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ363 Sep 18, 1970
				7992 (c/n 10731) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Taiwan
					in 1969
				7993 (c/n 10732) crashed near Lothian, MD while attempting night VFR in insrument 
					conditions Mar 19, 1954.  18 onboard killed.
				7994 (c/n 10733) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				7995 (c/n 10734) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				7996 (c/n 10739) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Taiwan in 1969 or 1970 as 3199
				7997 (c/n 10740) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ366 Nov 28, 1970
				7998 (c/n 10741) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ360 Sep 9, 1970.
				7999 (c/n 10742) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ373 Sep 9, 1970
				8000 (c/n 10743) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Taiwan 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 (c/n 10744) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ312 Sep 19, 1969
				8002 (c/n 10745) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Taiwan
					in 1969 or 1970.
				8003 (c/n 10746) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ321 Nov 23, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 19, 1970
				8004 (c/n 10747) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Taiwan in 1969 or 1970 as 3186
				8005 (c/n 10748) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Taiwan in 1969 or 1970.
				8006 (c/n 10749) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ399 Feb 7, 1971
				8007 (c/n 10750) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Taiwan in 1969 or 1970
				8008 (c/n 10751) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Taiwan in 1969 or 1970.
				8009 (c/n 10752) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ394 Feb 1, 1971
				8010 (c/n 10753) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ313 Nov 10, 1969
				8011 (c/n 10754) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Taiwan in 1969 or 1970.
				8012 (c/n 10755) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ367 Nov 28, 1970
				8013 (c/n 10756) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Taiwan in 1969 or 1970.
				8014 (c/n 10757) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To MASDC as CJ402
					Feb 12, 1971.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8015 (c/n 10758) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Taiwan in 1969 or 1970
				8016 (c/n 10759) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3202
				8017 (c/n 10760) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF Nov 1970
				8018 (c/n 10761) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF Nov 1970
				8019 (c/n 10762) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. 
				8020 (c/n 10763) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF in 1969 or 1970
				8021 (c/n 10764) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. 
				8022 (c/n 10765) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ348 Jul 27, 1970
				8023 (c/n 10766) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ352 Sep 1, 1970
				8024 (c/n 10767) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Dropped from USAF inventory 
					Mar 1970 and preserved at Strategic Air Command Museum, NE.  
					Moved to new museum at Ashland, 25 mi W of Offut, and underwent a major restoration.
				8025 (c/n 10768) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred 
					to Repubic of China AF in Nov 1970 as 3213
				8026 (c/n 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 (c/n 10770) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to Republic
					of China AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8028 (c/n 10771) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957. 
				8029 (c/n 10772) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ282 Feb 11, 1969.  Declared
					excess Dec 26, 1973
				8030 (c/n 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 (c/n 10857) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Taiwan Nov 1970 as 3212
				8032 (c/n 10858) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8033 (c/n 10873) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ311 Sep 13, 1969.
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8034 (c/n 10874) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8035 (c/n 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 (c/n 10914) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8037 (c/n 10915) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  Officially 
					designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
					Performed midair recovery of Discoverer 14.  On display at WPAFB Museum.
				8038 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 10919) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8042 (c/n 10920) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.  
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.  To MASDC
				8043 (c/n 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 (c/n 10922) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  To Chinese Nationalist
					AF in 1969  
				8045 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 10925) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8048 (c/n 10926) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Taiwan in 1969 or 1970 as 3209
				8049 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 10929) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to
					C-119G in 1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
				8052 (c/n 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
				8053 (c/n 10931) to MASDC as CJ365 Nov 28, 1970
				8054 (c/n 10932) to MASDC as CJ350 Jul 23, 1970
				8055 (c/n 10933) to MASDC as CJ372 Nov 29, 1970
				8056 (c/n 10934) damaged Sep 26, 1954 in ground accident at Ashiya AB, Japan
				8057 (c/n 10935) to Taiwan as 3157
				8058 (c/n 10936) to Taiwan as 3151
				8059 (c/n 10937) to MASDC as CJ329 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8060 (c/n 10938) to Taiwan as 3120
				8061 (c/n 10939) to MASDC as CJ374 Dec 1, 1970.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8062 (c/n 10940) to MASDC as CJ289 Feb 20, 1969
				8063 (c/n 10941) to MASDC as CJ333 Dec 3, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8064 (c/n 10958) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2306 
				8065 (c/n 10959) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2300
				8066 (c/n 10960) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2301
				8067 (c/n 10961) to Brazil AF under MAP as 2302
				8068 (c/n 10962) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2303
				8069 (c/n 10963) to MASDC as CJ339 Dec 14, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20,1970
				8070 (c/n 10964) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3120
				8071 (c/n 10965) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3183
				8072 (c/n 10966) to MASDC as CJ332 Dec 2, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8073 (c/n 10967) to MASDC as CJ407 Feb 28, 1971
				8074 (c/n 10968) to Brazil as 2304.  Displayed at Brigada de Infanteria/Para-quedista, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
				8075 (c/n 10969) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2308 
				8076 (c/n 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 (c/n 10971) to Brazil AF under MAP in 1962 as 2309
				8078 (c/n 10972) to MASDC as CJ330 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8079 (c/n 10973) to Taiwan as 3144
				8080 (c/n 10974) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2310
				8081 (c/n 10975) to MASDC as CJ286 Feb 12, 1969
				8082 (c/n 10976) to MASDC as CJ368 Nov 28, 1970
				8083 (c/n 10977) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8084 (c/n 10978) to Brazil AF in 1962 under MAP as 2307
				8085 (c/n 10979)
				8086 (c/n 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 (c/n 10981) To MASDC as CJ398 Feb 7, 1971
				8088 (c/n 10982) to MASDC as CJ285 Feb 11, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				8089 (c/n 10983) to MASDC as CJ410 Mar 3, 1971.  
				8090 (c/n 10984)
				8091 (c/n 10985) to Taiwan as 3126
				8092 (c/n 10986) to Brazil AF under MAP in 1962 as 2311
				8093 (c/n 10987) to MASDC as CJ400 Feb 9, 1971.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974 
				8094 (c/n 10988) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8095 (c/n 10989)
				8096 (c/n 10990) to MASDC as CJ273 Nov 13, 1968.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.
				8097 (c/n 10991) to MASDC as CJ346 Jan 3, 1970.  
51-8098/8168		Kaiser-Frazer C-119F-KM Flying Boxcar
				c/n 101/171
				8098 (c/n 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 (c/n 102) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969/70 as 3142
				8100 (c/n 103) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ268 Nov 6 ,1969
				8101 (c/n 104) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					Plane painted as 51-8101 preserved at Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, WI is 
					really C-119G RCAF 22105, c/n 10736.
				8102 (c/n 105) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 
				8103 (c/n 106) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ324 Nov 23, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 20, 1970
				8104 (c/n 107) converted to C-119G. 
				8105 (c/n 108) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8106 (c/n 109) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Seen Dec 1970 at Fort 
					Benning, GA.   Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF sometime after 1970 as 3190.
					Preserved at Air Force Academy Museum, Gang Shan, Taiwan.
				8107 (c/n 110) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ324 Nov 23, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 20, 1970
				8108 (c/n 111) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ262 Nov 1, 1968
				8109 (c/n 112) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ265 Nov 4, 1969.
					Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				8110 (c/n 113) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.   Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8111 (c/n 114) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ335 Dec 6, 1969
				8112 (c/n 115) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
				8113 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 119) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957
				8117 (c/n 120) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970.
				8118 (c/n 121)
				8119 (c/n 122) was C-119J development aircraft
				8120 (c/n 123) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					To Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3192
				8121 (c/n 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 (c/n 125) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Lost 1957 before C-119J designation officially applied.
				8123 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 129) converted to C-119J in 1955 and to C-119G in 1957.
					Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957.
				8127 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 135) converted to C-119J standard in 1955 and to C-119G in
					1957.  Officially designated C-119J sometime after Jun 1957
				8133 (c/n 136) converted to C-119J
				8134 (c/n 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 (c/n 138) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ361 Sep 2, 1970
				8136 (c/n 139) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3152
				8137 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 142) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ269 Nov 6, 1968.
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				8140 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 145) converted to C-119J
				8143 (c/n 146) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
				8144 (c/n 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 (c/n 148) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ353 Sep 1, 1970.
				8146 (c/n 149) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ325 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 20, 1970
				8147 (c/n 150) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3198
				8148 (c/n 151) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 as 3159
				8149 (c/n 152) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957
				8150 (c/n 153) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.
					Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3204.
				8151 (c/n 154) 
				8152 (c/n 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 (c/n 156) converted to C-119J
				8154 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 163) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to 
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8161 (c/n 164) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred to
					Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969.
				8162 (c/n 165) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ301 Apr 24, 1969.  Declared
					excess Dec 9, 1974
				8163 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 169) converted to C-119G between 1955 and 1957.  Transferred
					to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
				8167 (c/n 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 (c/n 171) converted to C-119G.  To MASDC as CJ331 Dec 1, 1969.  Declared
					excess Jan 20, 1970
51-8169/8232		Cancelled contract for Fairchild C-119F Flying Boxcar
51-8233/8273		Fairchild C-119C Flying Boxcar
				c/n 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.
				8233 (c/n 10781) to MASDC Jun 13, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8234 c/n 10782, 465th TCW) suffered hydraulic failure and taxyed
					into a ditch at Algiers, Algeria Aug 31, 1956. SOC for spares recovery Dec 1956.
				8235 (c/n 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 (c/n 10784) to MASDC Sep 16, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8237 (c/n 10785) to MASDC Aug 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8238 (c/n 10786) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8239 (c/n 10787) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969 
				8240 (c/n 10788) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8241 (c/n 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 (c/n 10790) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.
				8243 (c/n 10791) to MASDC Jun 16, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8244 (c/n 10792) was named "Leapin' Lena".  Deleted from inventory by 1964.
				8245 (c/n 10793) to MASDC Apr 6, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969.
				8246 (c/n 10794) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8247 (c/n 10795) to MASDC Oct 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8248 (c/n 10796) to MASDC Apr 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8249 (c/n 10797) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8250 (c/n 10798) to MASDC Dec 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8251 (c/n 10799) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8252 (c/n 10800) to MASDC Feb 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8253 (c/n 10801) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969.  Named "Houn' Dawg" in May 1958.
				8254 (c/n 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 (c/n 10803) to MASDC Aug 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8256 (c/n 10804) to MASDC Feb 2, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 3, 1969
				8257 (c/n 10805) to MASDC Jul 16, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8258 (c/n 10806) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  
				8259 (c/n 10807) to MASDC Feb 6, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 14, 1969
				8260 (c/n 10808) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8261 (c/n 10809) to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8262 (c/n 10810) deleted from inventory by 1964.
				8263 (c/n 10811) to MASDC Feb 6, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 14, 1969.
					To civil register as N9956F
				8264 (c/n 10812) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8265 (c/n 10813) to MASDC Nov 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8266 (c/n 10814) to MASDC Nov 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8267 (c/n 10815) to MASDC Oct 22, 1966.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8268 (c/n 10816) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8269 (c/n 10817) to MASDC Oct 1, 1966.  
				8270 (c/n 10818) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8271 (c/n 10819) to MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 18, 1969
				8272 (c/n 10820) to MASDC Dec 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1969
				8273 (c/n 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
				c/n 173-407/638
				8275 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8171)
				8278 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8160)
				8281 to Denmark.  In midair collision with 51-5958 at Zetten, Holland Apr 17, 1961. 
					Pilot ejected safely.
				8289 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8172)
				8291 to Taiwan
				8297 to Greek AF
				8298 to Greek AF. Seen on fire dump Aginon, Greece.
				8302 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8173)
				8303 to Denmark
				8305 to Greek AF
				8307 to Denmark
				8319 to Greek AF
				8326 to Denmark as F-326.  Lost both wings, crashed in the sea north of Skagen Sep 23, 1961.
					Pilot ejected safely
				8329 to Taiwan
				8330 to Greek AF
				8333 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8174)
				8344 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8102) and preserved at Tokorozawa Aviation Museum near Tokyo
				8346 (c/n 173-479) to Denmark as F-346.  Noted in use as a target on Oksbol Range Jun 2000.
				8355 to Greek AF
				8358 to Greek AF
				8359 to Greek AF
				8361 to Denmark
				8362 to Greece
				8366 to Greece
				8368 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8101)
				8370 to Greek AF
				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
				8392 to Greek AF
				8398 to Greek AF
				8403 to Denmark.  Engine failure, crashed at Hulsig Jan 19, 1963. Pilot ejected safely.
				8404 (c/n 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 at Tulsa IAP, OK.
				8415 on display at Paso Robles, Shandon, CA
				8421 (c/n 173-524) to Denmark.  On display at Aalborg Defense Museum, Dec 2003
				8427 to Denmark
				8429 to Denmark
				8431 (c/n 173-564) to Denmark
				8436 gate guard at Basa AB, Philippines.
				8449 to Denmark.  W/o Aug 12, 1964.
				8451 to Denmark
				8453 (c/n 173-587) to Denmark - 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 (c/n 173-594) to Denmark.  At Museum in Billund
				8466 to MASDC
				8467 on display at Corvallis, Oregon
				8468 to MASDC
				8469 to Denmark
				8470 (c/n 173-603) to Denmark.  To fire dump in Aalborg.  Seen there Dec 2003.
				8471 to MASDC
				8472 to Denmark.  Ran out of fuel, crashed at Skrydstrup AB Nov 17, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
				8473 (c/n 173-606) to Denmark
				8474 to Denmark
				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
				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 (c/n 173-633) to Denmark.
				8501 to MASDC
				8502 to MASDC
				8503 to MASDC
				8504 to Denmark
51-8506/8517		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6290/6301
				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.
				8514 to MASDC
51-8518/8541		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-6302/6325
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131725/131748
51-8542/8635		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6326/6419
				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 (c/n 580-6350) to Denmark as DT-566.  To G-NASA, G-TJET
				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 on display at Atmore, AL.  Seen 2007 mounted on pole at Sampson State Park, Route 96A, Romulus, NY
				8606 to MASDC
				8617 to MASDC
				8619 to 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 (c/n 580-6411) at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI.
				8628 SOC Dec 2, 1963 and to France under MAP
				8629 in base collection at Laughlin AFB, TX
				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
				c/n 580-6420/6435
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131749/131764
51-8652/8728		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6436/6512
				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
				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, MI
				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 to Denmark AF 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 to Denmark AF as TR-728, then DT-728.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
51-8729/8749		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-6513/6533
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131765/131785
51-8750/8835		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6534/6619
				8752 (c/n 580-6536). To French AF as 18752. To Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEY
				8754 (c/n 580-6538). To French AF as 18754. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
					was F-BJDJ
				8756 (c/n 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 (c/n 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
				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 (c/n 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.
				8829 to Italian AF
				8830 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10005
				8831 to Italian AF
				8832 to Italian AF
				8834 to Italian AF.  W/o Mar 18, 1945 i Porto di Manfredonia (Foggia)
				8835 to Denmark AF as DT-835.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
51-8836/8870		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-6620/6654
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131786/131820
51-8871/8939		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6655/6723
				8876 to MASDC
				8877 to MASDC
				8878 to MASDC
				8880 at Beatrice, NE airport mounted on a pole
				8883 to MASDC Oct 21, 1964
				8884 (c/n 580-6668) to Denmark as DT-884.  Registration OY-TBB reserved
					since Nov 14, 2003.
				8886 to MASDC
				8887 to MASDC
				8888 to MASDC Apr 30, 1964
				8894 to MASDC
				8896 at Elk City MAP, OK Oct 2007
				8897 to MASDC
				8900 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
				8905 (c/n 580-6689) to Denmark as DT-905.  Preserved at Historiske Foreng Museet, Denmark
				8908 to MASDC
				8913 to MASDC Apr 30, 1964
				8914 to MASDC
				8923 (c/n 580-6707) to Denmark as DT-923.  Stored in Vandel.  On display at Helsingor Museum
				8924 to MASDC
				8925 to MASDC
				8927 to MASDC
				8929 to Greek AF
				8935 to Italian AF
				8936 to Italian AF
				8937 to Italian AF
				8939 to Italian AF
51-8940/8953		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-6274/6737
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131821/131834
51-8954/9039		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6738/6823
				8955 to MASDC
				8957 to MASDC
				8959 donoted to town of Defuniak Springs, FL 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 Helena, AR
				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 at airport at Truth or Consequences, NM.
				9026 to MASDC
				9028 (c/n 580-6812) to KLu as TR-5 in 1953.  SOC Jun 2, 1972. 
				9029 (c/n 580-6813) to KLu as TR-6 in 1953.  SOC May 26, 1972
				9030 to Italian AF
				9031 to Italian AF
				9032 (c/n 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 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 to Greek AF
51-9040/9075		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-6824/6859
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131835/131870
51-9076/9149		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6860/6933
				9076 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
				9077 (7221st ABS) crashed by Mar 28, 1960.
				9079 (c/n 580-6863) on display in Hobart, Indiana in Apr 1998 and still there Aug 2009.
				9080 at Skiatook MAP, OK Oct 2007
				9081 to MASDC Jan 28, 1966
				9086 (c/n 580-6870) noted at Hampton Air Power Park, VA 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
				9101 to MASDC
				9102 (c/n 580-6886) to Denmark AF as DT-102.  Stored in Vandel
				9104 (c/n 580-6888) in 1973 was on display at Robertsdale, Alabama
				9105 to MASDC
				9106 (c/n 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
				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 (c/n 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 (c/n 580-6922) converted to RT-33A.  Later to 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 Denmark AF as DT-144.  W/o Mar 26, 1971 near Haderslev
				9145 to Italian AF
				9146 to Denmark AF as DT-146.  W/o Jul 13, 1967 near Skrydstrup AB
				9148 (c/n 580-6932) to KLu as TR-7 in 1953.  W/o Ju 3, 1957.
				9149 (c/n 580-6933) to KLu as TR-8 in 1953.  W/o Feb 6 1967
51-9150/9167		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				c/n 580-6934/6951
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131871/131888
				9157 on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				9160 (c/n 580-6944) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Thai AF s TF11-6/10 Dec 26, 1967.  W/o Jun 6, 1972
51-9168/9310		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-6952/7094
				9168 (c/n 580-6952). To French AF as 19168. To 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 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
				9192 to MASDC
				9193 to MASDC
				9195 to MASDC Jul 10, 1964
				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 (c/n 580-7286) to Spanish AF as E.51-49 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP.  Noted on display at Leon AB Sep 2013.
				9227 disappeared over Pacific Ocean after takeoff from LAX Oct 15, 1955.  Two crew killed.
				9230 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964.
				9233 to MASDC Apr 3, 1964 
				9235 (c/n 580-7019) to MASDC Aug 14, 1964.  Put on display at Buffalo MAP, Minneapolis in Aug 2007. 
				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 (c/n 580-7038) to KLu as TR-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, OH Municipal Complex
				9265 (c/n 580-7049) to Denmark as DT-265.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 in hangar fire at Karup AB.
				9266 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
				9269 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				9271 (c/n 580-7055) on civil registry as N16697.  Noted 1990 at Hill AFB Museum.
				9273 to MASDC Dec 7, 1964
				9275 to MASDC
				9276 to MASDC
				9277 to MASDC
				9281 to Guatemala AF as FAG 714.
				9283 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
				9284 to MASDC Jun 30, 1964.
				9287 to MASDC
				9288 to MASDC Dec 10, 1964
				9289 (c/n 580-7073) to Denmark AF as DT-298.  Stored in Vandel.
				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 on display at Greater Peoria AP, IL
				9320 to MASDC
51-9321/9335		General Motors F-84F-5-GK Thunderstreak
				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, IN in 1970s, then put on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, 
					Edwards AFB, CA.
				9356 displayed on gate at Holloman AFB, NM in 1977.  Gone by 1978.
51-9357/9409		General Motors F-84F-25-GK Thunderstreak
				9357 to MASDC.  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, Tx
				9365 preserved at Volk Field, WI.
				9369 to MASDC
				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, Wi in 1993
				9382 displayed at Cobb County Youth Museum, Marietta, GA
				9385 on display at Volk Field ANGB, WI
				9387 to MASDC
				9390 seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
				9396 displayed at Holloman AFB, NM ad 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
				9406 to MASDC
				9408 displayed at Wright Patterson AFB, OH
51-9410/9454		General Motors F-84F-30-GK Thunderstreak
				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 Wenona, IL
				9420 became instructional airframe at Area Technical School,
					Winona, MN as N9450, then displayed at Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, WA
				9421 to MASDC
				9422 displayed in gate at St Louis ANGB (1972) then at Festus, MO
				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 at March Field Museum, CA.
				9433 at Castle AFB, California.
				9441 to MASDC
				9444 displayed at Cedar Rapids, IA in 1970s.  Registration N4038 cancelled
					Apr 16, 2004 as 'destroyed'
				9446 to N4038.  Became instructional airframe at George Baker School, Miami 1976 to 1981
				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 in Wilson Park, Granite City, IL 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 at Grissom AFB museum, IN
				9480 seen in restoration lot at Cradle Of Aviation Museum in 2009.
				9495 at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
				9497 to Greek AF
				9501 on display at Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  Civil registry N5006
51-9504/9547		General Motors F-84F-40-GK Thunderstreak
				9507 at Dobbins JARG, Georgia
				9514 mounted on post in fromt of Memorial Coliseum on US 30 in Ft. Wayne, IN
					in 1992.
				9517 to Luftwaffe as D-108, DD-108.  W/o Oct 22, 1959
				9522 to N6950N with Hawkeye Institute of Technology, Waterloo, IA
				9524 to N2250Q with Indian Hills Community College, Ottumwa, IA
					To Russel Military Museum, Russell, IL transferred from Ottumwa, IA
				9529 to Luftwaffe as D-109, DD-109, DD-361.  To Greece
				9531 noted at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL September 
					2003 painted as '51531'
				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 to Norwegian AF Sep 10, 1951.  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 (c/n 2335-1325) to Denmark AF Aug 1951.  WFU 1955
				9559 (c/n 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 (c/n 2335-1336) to Denmark Aug 1951.  WFU 1955
				9570 to Norwegian AF.  WFU Nov 1956
				9571 to French AF
				9572 to French AF
				9573 (c/n 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 to Norwegian AF.  WFU Nov 1956
				9577 to French AF
				9578 to Norwegian AF.  WFU Nov 1956
				9579 (c/n 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 (c/n 2335-1348) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-7.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 29, 1956 and scrapped.
				9582 to Norwegian AF.   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 (c/n 2335-1351) to Denmark Aug 1951.  WFU 1955
				9585 to Netherlands AF as K-5.  W/o 1956
				9586 (c/n 2335-1353) to Denmark Aug 1951.  WFU 1955
				9587 (c/n 2335-1354) to Denmark Aug 1951.  WFU 1955
				9588 (c/n 2335-1355) to Denmark Aug 1951.  WFU 1955
				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 to Netherlands AF as K-12 in 1952.
				9598 to Netherlands AF as K-13.  W/o in 1952.
				9599 (c/n 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 (c/n 2335-1368) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-5.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 26, 1956 and scrapped.
				9602 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 2335-1372) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-9.  Returned to USAF at Erding Aug 29, 1956 and scrapped.
				9606 (c/n 2335-1373) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-16.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 29, 1956 and scrapped.
				9607 (c/n 2335-1374) to Belgian AF Aug 1951 as FS-6.  Returned to USAF Jun 27, 1956
				9608 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 2335-1380) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-18.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jun 26, 1956 and scrapped.
				9614 (c/n 2335-1381) to Belgian AF Oct 1951 as FS-19.  Returned to USAF at Erding Jul 2, 1956 and scrapped.
				9615 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 to Norwegian AF.  WFU Nov 1956
				9620 to French AF
				9621 to Netherlands AF as K-17 in 1952.
				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 (c/n 2336-090B) to Belgium as FZ-14.  To Denmark as 19637, later 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 (c/n 2336-116B) to Netherlands AF, later to Denmark as 19663, later AT-F.  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 (c/n 2336-125B) to Netherlands AF as K-30, later to Belgium as FZ-25.  To Denmark in 1956 as 19672, later AT-C.  Scrapped
				9673 to Belgium as FZ-3.  W/o Jan 12, 1953.
				9674 (c/n 2336-127B) to Belgium as FZ-11.  To Danish AF as 19674 in 1956, later AT-B.  W/o Nov 2, 1958 at Aalborg AFB
				9675 (c/n 2336-128B) to Belgium as FZ-19.  To Danish AF as 19675 in 1956, later AT-A.  W/o Feb 26, 1959 near Vester Tirup.
				9676 (c/n 2336-129B) to Belgium as FZ-7.  to Danish AF as 19676, later 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 (c/n 2336-134B) to Belgium as FZ-10.  To Danish AF as 19681 (FS-681), later AT-D.
				9682 (c/n 2336-135B) to Netherlands as K-39.  Later to Denmark as AT-E.  
				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 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 (c/n 2336-160B) to Belgium as FZ-2.  To Danish AF as 19707, later SE-V.  Scrapped
51-9708/9964		Republic F-84G-6-RE Thunderjet
				9708 to Italian AF
				9709 (c/n 2336-162B) to Belgium as FZ-12.  To Denmark as 19709, later SY-H
				9710 (c/n 2336-163B) to Netherlands AF as K-36.  Later to Denmark as SE-U.  Scrapped
				9711 (c/n 2336-164B) to Belgium as FZ-15.  To Denmark as 19711.
				9712 (c/n 2336-165B) to Belgium as FZ-16.  To Denmark as 19712 in 1956, later AT-O.  Scrapped, tailsection 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
				9717 to French AF
				9718 (c/n 2336-171B) to Netherlands AF as K-38.  Later to Denmark as KP-A.  Scrapped
				9719 to French AF
				9720 to French AF
				9721 to Belgium as FZ-17.  W/o May 17, 1954.
				9722 (c/n 2336-175B) to Netherlands AF as K-40.  Later to Denmark as AT-M.  Scrapped
				9723 (c/n 2336-176B) to Belgium as FZ-9.  To Danish AF as 19723 in 1956, later SY-U.  W/o Aug 21, 1957 near Toftlund
				9724 (c/n 2336-177B) to Netherlands as K-53.  Later to Denmark as SY-V.  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 (c/n 2336-190B) to Netherlands AF as K-45. Later to Demmark as AT-K.  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 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 (c/n 2336-224B) to Netherlands as K-46.  Later to Denmark as SI-K.  Scrapped
				9772 to Belgium as FZ-25.  To Turkish AF
				9773 to French AF
				9774 (c/n 2336-227B) to Belgium as FZ-34.  To Denmark as 19774, later 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 (c/n 2336-232B) to Denmark.  W/o Apr 25, 1952 at Grove Church
				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 (c/n 2336-238B) to Netherlands AF as K-69.  Later to Denmark 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 (c/n 2336-245B) to Danish AF as KP-K.  To Egeskov Museum as KP-K
				9793 (c/n 2336-246B) to Danish AF as KP-S.  W/o Mar 19, 1960 at Aalborg AFB 
				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 (c/n 2436-255B) to Denmark as KP-M.  Scrapped
				9803 (c/n 2436-256B) to Danish AF as FS-803, KP-N, A-803.  Restoration as gateguard Torp AB, Norway
				9804 (c/n 2436-257B) to Norwegian AF.  Crash landed Aug 1, 1952 at Sola
				9805 to French AF
				9806 to French AF
				9807 to Turkish AF
				9808 (c/n 2436-261B) to Denmark.  W/o Feb 5, 1953 when crashlanded at Karup AFB.
				9809 (c/n 2436-262B) to Denmark as KP-P.  W/o Jul 7, 1956 at Skrydstrup AFB
				9810 to Netherlands AF as K-57.  Later to Turkish AF
				9811 (c/n 2436-264B) to Denmark as KP-Q.  W/o Sep 27, 1955 at Traellose
				9812 (c/n 2436-265B) to Norwegian AF
				9813 (c/n 2436-266B) to Denmark as KP-R.  Scrapped
				9814 (c/n 2436-267B) to Denmark as KP-G.  W/o Jan 27, 1959 at Tranum
				9815 (c/n 2436-268B) to Norwegian AF Jul 12, 1952.  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 to Norwegian AF Jul 12, 1952.  Nosewheel strut broke May 20, 1958.
					WFU.
				9819 (c/n 2436-272B) to Denmark as AT-L.  Scrapped
				9820 (c/n 2436-273B) to Norwegian AF
				9821 (c/n 2436-274B) to Denmark as SE-E.  Scrapped
				9822 (c/n 2436-275B) to Norwegian AF Jul 22, 1952.  Crashed due to
					engine failure Sep 1, 1952.  Pilot ejected but still in seat
					when he hit the sea and drowned.
				9823 (c/n 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 (c/n 2436-277B) to Norwegian AF Jun 26, 1952.  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 (c/n 2436-278B) to Denmark as KP-F.  Scrapped
				9826 (c/n 2436-279B) to Denmark 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 (c/n 2436-282B) to Norwegian AF
				9830 to Norwegian AF Jun 27, 1952 as RI-G, MU-G, then MU-H.  WFU
					May 30, 1957
				9831 to Turkish AF
				9832 (c/n 2436-285B) to Norwegian AF Jun 26, 1952.  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 (c/n 2436-286B) to Norwegian AF
				9834 to Turkish AF
				9836 to French AF
				9837 to Belgium as FZ-28.  To Portuguese AF
				9838 (c/n 2436-291B) to Netherlands AF as K-108.  To Denmark 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 Thai AF Nov 1956
				9840 to Belgium as FZ-31.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5174.
				9841 to French AF
				9842 to Turkish AF
				9843 to Turkish AF
				9844 (c/n 2436-297B) to Belgium as FZ-30.  To Denmark as 19844 in 1956, later KP-S.  Scrapped
				9845 to Belgium as FZ-33.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				9846 (c/n 2436-299B)  to Norwegian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5161.
				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 5175.
				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 Thai AF
				9880 to Turkish AF
				9881 to Greek AF
				9882 to Italian AF, later to Turkey
				9883 to Greek AF
				9885 (c/n 2436-338B) to Netherlands AF as K-96.  Later to Denmark as SI-B.  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 (c/n 2436-338B) to Denmark as KP-Y.  W/o Mar 8, 1955 at Skals
				9896 to Italian AF
				9897 to Italian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5190
				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 (c/n 2042-368B) to Netherlands AF as K-88.  Later to Denmark as SE-W.  W/o May 14, 1959 at Karup AFB
				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 Thai AF
				9922 to Greek AF
				9923 to Belgium as FZ-37.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  Later to
					Thai AF.
				9924 to Italy.  To Portugal as FAP 5183
				9925 to Greek AF
				9926 to Italian AF.  To Turkey	
				9927 to Turkish AF
				9928 to French AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5187.  At Museo do Ar, Ota
				9930 to Italy.  To Portugal as FAP 5184
				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 (c/n 2042-392B) to Norwegian AF
				9940 (c/n 2042-393B) to Netherlands AF as K-65.  Later to Denmark as SY-D.  Scrapped
				9941 to Netherlands AF as K-102.  Returned to USAF in 1957, later to Turkish AF
				9943 to Turkish AF
				9944 (c/n 2042-397B) to Belgium as FZ-43.  To Denmark as SI-S.  Scrapped
				9946 to Turkish AF
				9947 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				9948 (c/n 2042-401B) to Denmark as KP-Z.  W/o Aug 8, 1957 at Kalo
				9949 (c/n 2042-402B) to Belgium as FZ-57.  To Denmark as 19949 in 1956, later SI-Z.
				9950 (c/n 2042-403B) to Denmark.  W/o Nov 3, 1952 when crashlanded at Karup AFB
				9951 (c/n 2042-404B) to Netherlands AF as K-60.  Later to Denmark.  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 209 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 (c/n 2042-411B) to Belgium as FZ-39.  To Denmark as 19958, later A-958.  W/o Feb 30, 1960 at Karup AFB
				9959 to Greek AF
				9961 to Belguim as FZ-56.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.
				9962 to Belgium as FZ-38.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 5177.  Crashed Jun 23, 1962
				9963 (c/n 2042-416B) to Denmark 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 Danish AF.  Noted on a trailer 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 (c/n 2142-423B) to Netherlands AF as K-79.  Later to Denmark as SY-G.  W/o Sep 22, 1957 with 51-9997 over Fakse Bay
				9971 to Netherlands AF as K-43
				9972 (c/n 2142-425B) to Netherlands AF as K-61.  Later to Denmark as A-972.  Scrapped
				9973 (c/n 2142-426B) to Netherlands AF as K-59.  Later to Denmark as SY-R, SY-Y, SE-Y, A-973.  Stored North Sealand as A-973.
				9974 (c/n 2142-427B) to Netherlands AF as K-83.  Later to Denmark as KU-V.  Scrapped
				9975 to Belgium as FZ-55. W/o Jul 8, 1954.
				9977 to Greek AF
				9978 (c/n 2142-431B) to Netherlands as K-50.  Later to Denmark as KU-V, SI-G.  Stored at Tirstrup AB as FS-978.
				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 (c/n 2142-435B) to Denmark as A-982.  Scrapped
				9983 to Belgium as FZ-111.  Stored at Chateauroux, France.  To Portugal as FAP 5195.
				9984 to Netherlands AF as K-63.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				9985 to Netherlands AF as K-64.  W/o in 1953.
				9986 (c/n 2142-439B) to Belgium as FZ-49.  To Denmark as 19986, later SY-F.  Scrapped
				9987 (c/n 2142-440B) to Denmark as SY-Z.  Scrapped
				9989 to Netherlands AF as K-68.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				9990 (c/n 2142-443B) to Denmark as SI-F.  Scrapped
				9991 to Netherlands AF as K-55. Written off
				9992 to Belgium as FZ-60.  To Turkish AF
				9993 (c/n 2142-446B) to Norwegian AF
				9994 (c/n 2142-447B) to Netherlands AF as K90.  Returned to USAF in 1956, later to Denmark as SE-Q.  Scrapped
				9996 to Netherlands AF as K-87.  W/o
				9997 (c/n 2142-450B) to Belgium as FZ-48.  To Denmark as 19997, later SY-Y.  W/o Sep 22, 1957 with 51-9970
					over Fakse Bay.
				9998 (c/n 2142-451B) to Denmark as KR-5.  W/o Apr 11, 1956 at Ilskov
				9999 to Belgium as FZ-52-  To USAF in Germany
				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 (c/n 2142-463B) to Norwegian AF. 
				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 (c/n 2142-466B) to Netherlands AF as K-80.  Later to Denmark as KP-Q.  Scrapped
				10014 (c/n 2142-467B) to Norwegian AF
				10015 (c/n 2142-468B) to Denmark as A-015.  Scrapped
				10016 (c/n 2142-469B) to Denmark as KR-D.  Scrapped
				10017 (c/n 2142-470B) to Netherlands as K-49.  Later to Denmark as KU-W.  W/o Dec 8, 1955 near Hjerk
				10018 (c/n 2142-471B) to Denmark as SY-V.  Scrapped
				10019 to Netherlands AF as K-98.  W/o
				10020 to Belgium as FZ-67.  W/o Mar 12, 1953.
				10022 (c/n 2142-475B) to Denmark as KR-C.  W/o Apr 14, 1954 near Gjol
				10023 to Turkish AF
				10024 (c/n 2142-477B) to Denmark 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 (c/n 2142-490B) to Netherlands AF as K-58.  Later to Denmark as SE-O.  W/o Jul 9, 1959 at Tirstrup AB
				10038 to Italian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5199
				10040 (c/n 2142-493B) to Norwegian AF 
				10041 to Belgium as FZ-47.  W/o Feb 4, 1954.
				10044 to Turkish AF
				10045 to Turkish AF
				10046 to Belgium as FZ-63.  W/o Oct 23, 1953
				10048 (c/n 2142-501B) to Norwegain AF
				10050 to Turkish AF
				10051 (c/n 2142-504B) to Denmark as KP-F.  Scrapped
				10052 to Greek AF
				10053 to Greek AF
				10054 (c/n 2142-507B) to Denmark 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
				10059 to Turkish AF
				10060 to Turkish AF
				10061 (C/N 2142-514B) to Norwegian AF
				10062 (c/n 2142-515B) to Norwegian AF
				10063 to Turkish AF
				10065 to Turkish AF
				10066 to Turkish AF
				10067 to Turkish AF
				10068 to Turkish AF
				10069 to Turkish AF
				10071 to Turkish AF
				10072 to Turkish AF
				10073 to Turkish AF
				10074 to Turkish AF
				10075 to Turkish AF
				10076 (c/n 2142-529B) to Belgium as FZ-65.  To Denmark as 110076, later KP-E.  Scrapped Dec 10, 1987
					at Tirstrup AB
				10081 to Turkish AF
				10082 (c/n 2142-535B) to Norwegian AF
				10084 to Turkish AF
				10085 (c/n 2142-538B) to Norwegian AF
				10086 to Turkish AF
				10087 to Turkish AF
				10088 to Turkish AF
				10090 (c/n 2142-543B) to Denmark as A-090.  Scrapped
				10091 to Turkish AF
				10093 to Turkish AF
				10094 (c/n 2142-547B) to Denmark as A-094.  Scrapped
				10095 to Turkish AF
				10097 to Turkish AF
				10099 to Italian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5208
				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 (c/n 2142-565B) to Norwegian AF
				10116 (c/n 2142-569B) to Norwegian AF
				10117 to Italian AF. Later to Turkey
				10122 to Turkish AF
				10124 (c/n 2142-577B) to Denmark as A-124.  Scrapped
				10125 to Greek AF
				10126 (c/n ...-579B) to Norwegian AF
				10128 to Greek AF
				10130 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkey
				10132 to Turkish AF
				10133 to Turkish AF
				10135 (c/n 2242-588B) to Denmark as KR-L.  W/o Aug 29, 1955 near Balling Mark
				10136 (c/n 2242-589B) to Norwegian AF
				10138 (c/n 2242-591B) to Denmark as A-138.  Scrapped.
				10140 to Turkish AF
				10141 to Netherlands AF as K-99.  Returned to USAF in 1957
				10143 (c/n 2242-596B) to Denmark AS A-143.  Scrapped May 1997
				10144 to Italian AF. W/o Jul 23, 1953 at La Ferme du Pont, France
				10145 (c/n 2242-598B) to Norwegian AF
				10147 to Netherlands AF as K-112.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10148 to Netherlands AF as K-106.  Later to Turkish AF
				10150 (c/n 2242-603B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2242-608B) to Norwegian AF
				10158 to Netherlandsd AF as K-89. W/o
				10159 (c/n 2242-612B) to Denmark as KR-P.  W/o Feb 21, 1955 near Karup
				10161 (c/n 2242-614B) to Norwegian AF.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway marked as MU-Z
				10163 (c/n 2242-616B) to Norwegian AF
				10165 (c/n 2242-618B) to Norwegian AF
				10166 to Netherlands AF as K-71.  Later to Yugoslavian AF
				10167 (c/n 2242-620B) to Norwegian AF
				10168 (c/n 2242-621B) to Norwegian AF
				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 Denmark as A-181.  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
				10189 (c/n 2242-642B) to Netherlands AF as K-84.  Later to Denmark as KU-Y.  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.
				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 (c/n 2242-656B) to Netherlands AF as K-81.  Later to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2242-662B) to Netherlands AF as K-118, later to Denmark as SE-X.  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 (c/n 2242-669B) to Netherlands AF as K-77.  Later to Denmark as SE-P.  W/o Feb 18, 1957 at Skrydstrup AB.
				10217 to Turkish AF
				10220 to Italian AF
				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.
				10240 to Greek AF
				10242 to Italian AF
				10246 (c/n 2242-699B) to Denmark as 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
				10281 (c/n 2242-734B) to Norwegian AF.
				10282 to Turkish AF
				10285 to Turkish AF
				10290 to Turkish AF
				10291 to Greek AF
				10294 (c/n 2242-747B) to Norwegian AF
				10297 (c/n 2242-750B) to Belgium as FZ-86.  To Denmark as 110297, later KR-O.  Scrapped.
				10298 (c/n 2242-751B) to Belgium as FZ-76.  To Denmark as 110298, later SI-M.  Scrapped
				10300 to Turkish AF
				10301 (c/n 2242-752B) to Denmark as SE-Z.  W/o Nov 17, 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 (c/n 2242-763B) to Denmark as KU-O.  Scrapped
				10313 to Turkish AF
				10315 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Dec 11, 1952
				10316 to Turkish AF
				10318 (c/n ...771B) to Norwegian AF as AH-N
				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 (c/n 2342-783B) to Denmark as A-330.  Scrapped
				10332 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jul 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				10333 (c/n 2342-786B) to Norwegian AF as 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.
				10346 to Norwegian AF
				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 (c/n 2342-815B) to Denmark as SI-V.  Scrapped
				10364 (c/n 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 (c/n 2342-824B) to Belgium as FZ-100.  To Denmark as 110371.  Also have
					this one as going to Norwegian AF
				10373 to Greece
				10384 to Portugal as FAP 5157
				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.
				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 (c/n 2342-860B) to Denmark as A-407.  Scrapped
				10409 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jan 2, 1953.
				10410 (c/n 2342-863B) to Denmark as A-410.  Scrapped
				10411 (58th FBG) hit by AAA and crashlanded Jan 15, 1953.
				10414 to Norwegian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5162
				10415 (c/n 2342-868B) to Denmark as A-415.  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 (c/n 2342-878B) to Denmark as 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.
				10438 to Turkish AF.  Caught fire in air and crashed at Bismil/Diyarbakir
					Apr 6, 1956
				10440 to Portugal as FAP 5136
				10439 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by AAA E of Kanggye Oct 26, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				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 (c/n 2342-906B) to Norwegian AF
				10456 to Turkish AF
				10458 to Norwegian AF
				10460 (58th FBG) shot down by ground fire Mar 27, 1953.  Pilot POW.
				10461 to Portugal as FAP 5152
				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.
				10474 to Belgium as FZ-78.  W/o Jan 18, 1955.
				10475 (c/n 2342-928B) to Denmark as SE-A.  W/o Feb 16, 1955 at Skrydstrup AB
				10476 (c/n 2342-929B) to Denmark as FS-476A.  Scrapped
				10477 (c/n 2342-930B) to Denmark as A-477.  Scrapped at Karup, burnt Karup AB 1968, ex gate guard
				10478 to Belgium as FZ-87.  W/o Sep 29, 1954.
				10479 (c/n 2342-932B) to Denmark as SE-C.  W/o Jul 1, 1955 near Romo
				10481 (c/n 2342-934B) to Denmark as SE-D.  Scrapped
				10482 (c/n 2342-935B) to Denmark as FS-482, SE-E, KA-G, SE-A.  At exercise ground at Randers as SE-A
				10483 (c/n 2342-936B) to Denmark as SE-F.  W/o Mar 30, 1955 near Vamdrup
				10484 to Turkish AF
				10485 to Belgium as FZ-80.  W/o Jul 25, 1953.
				10487 (c/n 2342-940B) to Belgium as FZ-77.  To Denmark in 1956 as 110487, later SE-V.  To firedump
					at Skrydstrup AB as SE-V
				10489 to Belgium as FZ-81.  W/o Mar 1, 1955
				10490 (c/n 2342-943B) to Denmark as KU-F.  W/o Nov 17, 1958 near Orlandet, Norway
				10491 (c/n 2432-944B) to Denmark as SE-R.  Scrapped
				10493 to Turkish AF
				10494 to Belgium as FZ-83.  To Turkish AF
				10497 (c/n 2342-950B) to Denmark as FS-497.  W/o Oct 19, 1953 at Karup AB
				10498 to Greek AF
				10499 (c/n 2442-952B) to Denmark as SE-J.  W/o Aug 10, 1959 at Oksbol
				10501 (c/n 2442-954B) to Belgium as FZ-82.  to Denmark as SE-W in 1956.  Scrapped
				10502 (c/n 2442-955B) to Denamrk as SE-K.  W/o May 28, 1956 at Bruggen, Germany
				10503 (c/n 2442-956B) to Denmark as SY-S.  Scrapped
				10504 (c/n 2442-957B) to Denmark as A-504.  Scrapped
				10505 to Turkish AF
				10506 (c/n 2442-959B) to Denmark as KU-J.  W/o Jul 9, 1956 near Skive
				10507 (c/n 2442-960B) to Denmark as A-507.  Scrapped
				10508 to Belgium as FZ-88.  To Turkish AF
				10510 to Turkish AF
				10511 (c/n 2442-964B) to Denmark as A-511.   Scrapped 
				10512 to Belgium as FZ-89.  W/o Dec 17, 1953.
				10513 (c/n 2442-966B) to Denmark.  W/o Mar 1, 1961 near Vekso
				10514 to Belgium as FZ-84.  W/o May 4, 1955.
				10515 (c/n 2442-968B) to Denmark as FS-515, SE-M, A-515.  Cockpit at Helsingor Museum
				10516 to Belgium as FZ-90.  To Turkish AF
				10518 (c/n 2442-971B) to Denmark as KU-O.  W/o Dec 24, 1954 near Pindstrup after engine failure
				10519 to Turkish AF
				10520 (c/n 2442-973B) to Denmark as A-520.  Scrapped
				10521 (c/n 2442-974B) to Denmark as KU-Q.  W/o Jul 25, 1957 at Oldenburg, Germany
				10523 (c/n 2442-976B) to Denmark as KU-R.  Scrapped
				10525 (c/n 2442-978B) to Denmark as FS-525, KP-V, SE-C, SE-H, A-525.  On display in Vojens playground
				10534 to Greek AF
				10536 to Turkish AF
				10537 (c/n 2442-990B) to Denmark as A-537.  Scrapped
				10543 to Turkish AF
				10544 to Belgium as FZ-139.  W/o Sep 23, 1955.
				10547 to Greek AF
				10552 to French Af, later to Thai AF.
				10555 to Italian AF.  Later to Turkish AF
				10557 to Greek AF
				10558 (c/n 2442-1011B) to Denmark as SE-N.  Scrapped
				10559 to Greek AF
				10561 to Turkish AF
				10562 (c/n 2442-1015B) to Norwegian AF as MU-D
				10563 to Netherlands as K-121.  Returned to USAF in 1956.  Later to Portugal as FAP 5215
				10564 (c/n 2442-1017B) to Netherlands As K-122.  Later to Denmark as A-564.  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 (c/n 2442-1032B) to Denmark as A-579.  Scrapped
				10580 (c/n 2442-1033B) to Denmark as KU-T.  Scrapped
				10581 to Greek AF
				10582 (2442-1035B) to French AF, later to Thai AF as 582.  Now at 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 (c/n 2442-1045B) to Denmark as FS-692.  W/o Nov 24, 1953 near Kjelerup
				10593 to Belgium as FZ-104.  To Turkish AF
				10595 to Greek AF
				10596 (c/n 2442-1049B) to Denmark as A-596.  Scrapped
				10597 to Netherlands AF as K-124.  Returned to USAF in 1956 and later to Turkish AF
				10598 (c/n 2442-1051B) to Denmark as A-598.  Scrapped
				10599 to Belgium as FZ-112.  To Turkish AF.  Also listed as going to Netherlands AF as K-135 and w/o.
				10600 (c/n 2442-1053B) to Denmark as A-600.  Scrapped
				10602 to Turkish AF
				10603 (c/n 2442-1056B) to Denmark as FS-603, KP-H, SY-C.  Gate guard at Skrydstrup AB as SK-P
				10604 to Turkish AF
				10606 (c/n 2442-1059B) to Denmark as A-606.  W/o May 29, 1951 near Tuno with A-741
				10607 to Netherlands AF as K-131.  W/o
				10610 (c/n 2442-1063B) to Denmark as SI-D.  W/o Feb 14, 1956 near Horne
				10611 (c/n 2442-1064B) to Belgium as FZ-105.  To Denmark as KP-J in 1956.  Scrapped
				10612 to Turkish AF
				10613 (c/n 2442-1066B) to Denmark as SI-E.  W/o Feb 15, 1955 burnt during takeoff at Skrydstrup AB
				10614 (c/n 2442-1067B) to Denmark as KP-C.  Scrapped
				10615 (c/n 2442-1068B) to Denmark as A-615.  Scrapped
				10616 to Turkish AF
				10617 to Norwegian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5163
				10618 to Belgium as FZ-46.  To Denmark as 110618.
				10619 to Greek AF
				10622 (c/n 2442-1075B) to Belgium as FZ-118.  To Denmark as KU-U in 1956.  On display at playground
				10623 to Turkish AF
				10624 (c/n 2442-1077B) to Denmark as KP-M.  W/o Mar 24, 1960 at Hogild
				10627 (c/n 2442-1080B) to Denmark as KU-Y.  Returned to USAF Air Material Area
				10628 to Belgium as FZ-113.  To Turkish AF.
				10629 (c/n 2442-1082B) to Belgium as FZ-92.  To Denmark as KU-J in 1956.  Scrapped
				10633 to Belgium as FZ-106.  To Turkish AF.
				10634 to Norwegian AF as PX-J
				10635 to Turkish AF
				10636 (c/n 2442-1089B) to Denmark as FS-636.  W/o Feb 28, 1953 at Kastrup AB
				10637 (c/n 2442-1090B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2442-1100B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2442-1104B) to Denmark as SI-C.  Scrapped Sep 20, 1989
				10652 (c/n 2442-1105B) to Denmark as A-652.  Scrapped 1990/91
				10654 to Belgium as FZ-115. To Yugoslav AF.
				10656 (c/n 2442-1109B) to Denmark as SI-N.  W/o Feb 20, 1959 near Vildstrup
				10658 to Turkish AF
				10660 (c/n 2442-1113B) to Denmark as SE-P.  Scrapped
				10663 to Belgium as FZ-96.  Stored at Chateauroux, France
				10664 to Belgium as FZ-97.  To Turkish AF.
				10665 (c/n 2442-1118B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2442-1153B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2542-1158B) to Denmark as SI-E.  W/o Jul 12, 1960 at Karup AB
				10706 to Belgium as FZ-117.  W/o Sep 17, 1953.
				10708 (c/n 2541-1161B) to Belgium as FZ-120. To Denmark in 1965 as KU-K, SI-G, A-708.
					On display near Vandel Museum as 51-10708
				10710 to Greek AF
				10712 to Greek AF
				10713 to Turkish AF
				10714 to Greek AF
				10715 (c/n 2542-1168B) to Denmark as A-715.  Scrapped.
				10716 to Greek AF
				10717 to Belgium as FZ-121.  W/o May 5, 1953.
				10718 (c/n 2542-1171B) to Denmark as SI-O.  Scrapped
				10720 (c/n 2542-1173B) to Denmark as A-720.  Scrapped
				10721 (c/n 2542-1174B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2542-1184B) to Denmark as KP-R.  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 (c/n 2542-1194B) to Denmark as A-741.  W/o May 29, 1961 near Tuno with A-606
				10742 to Turkish AF
				10743 to Turkish AF
				10744 (c/n 2542-1197B) to Belgium as FZ-103.  To Denmark as KU-D in 1956.  Scrapped
				10746 to Greece
				10747 (c/n 2542-1200B) to Belgium as FZ-125.  To Denmark as KP-V in 1956.  Scrapped
				10748 (c/n 2542-1201B) to Denmark as A-748.  Scrapped
				10751 (c/n 2542-1204B) to Belgium as FZ-103.  To Denmark as KP-C in 1956.
				10752 (c/n 2542-1205B) to Denmark as SI-U.  Scrapped
				10753 (c/n 2542-1206B) to Denmark as SE-K.  Scrapped
				10754 (c/n 2542-1207B) to Denmark as SY-X.  W/o Nov 24, 1958 at Arnum near Gram
				10755 (c/n 2542-1208B) to Denmark as A-855.  Scrapped
				10756 (c/n 2542-1209B) to Denmark as FS-756.  W/o Nov 16, 1952near Bojskov
				10758 to Belgium as FZ-160.  To Greek AF
				10759 (c/n 2542-1212B) to Denmark as FS-759.  W/o Feb 11, 1954 near Byrsted
				10760 to Belgium as FZ-145.  w/o May 26, 1955.
				10761 (c/n 2542-1214B) to Denmark as 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
				10765 (c/n 2542-1218B) to Denmark as A-765.  Scrapped
				10766 (c/n 2542-1219B) to Denmark as 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 (c/n 2542-1222B) to Denmark as A-769.  Scrapped
				10770 to Netherlands AF as K-127.  W/o
				10771 to Belgium as FZ-153.  To Yugoslav AF
				10772 (c/n 2542-1225B) to Norwegian AF
				10773 to Netherlands AF as K-128.  W/o
				10774 (c/n 2542-1227B) to Netherlands AF as K-139.  Later to Denmark as KP-A.  Scrapped
				10776 to Netherlands AF as K-170. W/o
				10777 (c/n 2542-1230B) to Netherlands AF as K-126.  To Denmark as SE-G in 1956.  On display at Helsingor
					as SY-H
				10781 (c/n 2542-1234B) to Denmark as 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
				10786 to Belgium as FZ-147.  To Greek AF
				10787 to Turkish AF
				10789 to Turkish AF
				10791 (c/n 2542-1244B) to Denmark as A-791.  W/o Sep 5, 1961, burnt out at Vaerlose AB.
				10792 (c/n 2542-1245B) to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10589.  Seen WFU at
					Sarajevo in 1987 with ex Greek AF roundels.
				10794 to Netherlands AF as K-133. Later to Turkish AF
				10797 to Belgium as FZ-142.
				10798 (c/n 2542-1251B) to Belgium as FZ-141.  To Denmark as SI-J
				10799 (c/n 2542-1252B) to Netherlands AF as K-144.  Later to Denmark as SY-S.  Scrapped.
				10800 to Belgium as FZ-146.  To Portugal as FAP 5212
				10802 (c/n 2542-1255B) to Belgium as FZ-143.  To Danish AF as SY-A in 1956.  Scrapped
				10803 to Netherlands AF as K-137.  W/o
				10804 to Netherlands AF as K-130.  Returned to USAF in 1956.
				10805 (c/n 2542-1258B) to Norwegian AF
				10806 to Klu (Netherlands) as K-171 Apr 7, 1953.
					SOC Apr 14, 1953.   Gate guardian at Gilze-Rijen 1964-1969.  Now at Militaire 
					Luchtvaart Museu, Kamp Zeist.  Now has K-40 as tail number.
				10808 (c/n 2542-1261B) to Norwegian AF
				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 (c/n 2542-1273B) to Belgium as FZ-154.  To Denmark as KP-X in 1956.  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 Portugal 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.
					Is believed to be the aircraft in Portuguese AF colors with false serial
					"11085" noted Oct 2006 at museum on grounds of Chateau de Savigni-les-Beaune,
					France.
				10839 (c/n 2542-1292B) to Norwegian AF
				10845 to Turkish AF
				10846 to Belgium as FZ-157
				10850 to Belgium as FZ-159.
				10851 to Italian AF, later to 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 (c/n 2542-1323B) to Norwegian AF
				10875 to Italian AF
				10878 to Portugal as FAP 5172.  Crashed Sep 17, 1958
				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 to Turkish AF.  Crashed into Aegean Sea offshore of Balik Island
					Aug 23, 1958
				10897 to Turkish AF
				10899 to Norwegian AF
				10900 to Portugal as FAP 5108
				10901 to Belgium as FA-134.  W/o May 13, 1954.
				10902 (c/n 2542-1355B) to Belgium as FZ-138.  To Denmark as SY-N in 1956.  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 (c/n 2542-1362B) to Belgium as FZ-131.  To Denmark as SY-X 1956.  Scrapped
				10910 to Netherlands AF as K-142.  Later to Jugoslavian AF
				10911 to Belgium as FZ-129.  W/o Jun 9, 1955.
				10912 (c/n 2542-1365B) to Norwegian AF
				10913 to Belgium as FZ-127.  To USAF in Germany.
				10914 to Turkish AF
				10916 (c/n 2542-1369B) to Netherlands AF as K-140.  Later to Denmark as SI-D.  Scrapped
				10917 (c/n 2542-1370B) to Belgium as FZ-136.  To Denmark as SE-Z in 1956.  Scrapped
				10918 to Norwegian AF
				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
				10929 (c/n ...-1382B) to Norwegian AF as MU-F
				10930 to Belgium as FZ-132.  To Denmark as SE-E in 1956.  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 (c/n 2541-1386B) to Netherlands AF as K-150.  Later to Denmark AF as A-933.  Scrapped
				10934 to Netherlands AF as K-154.  W/o
				10936 to Netherlands AF as K-162.  W/o in 1956
				10937 (c/n 2541-1390B) to Norwegian AF
				10938 to Turkish AF
				10939 to Netherlands AF as K-152.  W/o
				10941 to Netherlands AF as K-153.  To Portuguese AF
				10942 to Turkish AF
				10943 to Turkish AF
				10944 to Greek AF
				10946 to Netherlands AF as K-149.  W/o
				10947 (c/n 2541-1400B) to Norwegian AF
				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 to Norwegian AF as PX-E
				10977 to Turkish AF
				10978 to Turkish AF
				10979 to Turkish AF
				10980 to Norwegian AF as PX-L
				10982 to Greek AF
				10983 to Turkish AF
				10984 to French AF, later to 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
				10994 to Portugal as FAP 5116
				10995 to Turkish AF.  Crashed during air-to-ground gunnery
					training at Diyarbakir Jun 2, 1959
				10998 to Greek AF
				10999 to Portugal as FAP 5101.  Crashed May 20, 1957
				11000 to Italian AF, later to Thai AF
				11001 to Turkish AF.  On display as 6-001 at Bandirma AB, Turkey
				11002 to Portugal as FAP 5110
				11003 to Turkish AF
				11004 to Turkish AF
				11009 to Turkish AF
				11012 to Portugal as FAP 5122
				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
				11021 to Greek AF
				11023 to Turkish AF
				11024 to Turkish AF
				11025 to Portugal as FAP 5105
				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 to Norwegian AF as PX-G.  Crashed Aug 18, 1954 10 km SW of Ulsberg
				11047 to Portgual as FAP 5104
				11049 at Italian Air Force Museum.
				11050 to Turkish AF
				11052 to Greek AF
				11053 to Portugal as FAP 5121.  Also have this one as going to Greek AF
				11056 to Turkish AF
				11057 to Turkish AF
				11058 (c/n 2142-511B) to Norwegian AF as MU-D
				11060 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Gonen/Bandirma Nov 18, 1959			
				11061 to Portugal as FAP 5114
				11063 to Portugal as FAP 5117.  Crashed Jul 4, 1956
				11065 to Greek AF
				11067 to Portugal as FAP 5115
				11068 to Portugal as FAP 5118
				11070 to Portugal as FAP 5124
				11075 to Norwegian AF
				11077 to Netherlands AF as K-166.  W/o
				11080 to Turkish AF
				11081 to French AF.
				11082 to Portugal as FAP 5107
				11083 to Norwegian AF
				11084 (c/n ..-1537B) to Norwegian AF
				11086 to Norwegian AF
				11088 to Turkish AF
				11092 to Portugal as FAP 5111
				11094 to Portugal as FAP 5217
				11096 to Turkish AF
				11098 to Turkish AF
				11099 to Turkish AF
				11100 to Portugal as FAP 5109
				11101 to Turkish AF
				11103 to Portugal as FAP 5125
				11104 to Portugal as FAP 5113
				11108 to Turkish AF
				11111 to Italian AF as 6-111.  To Portugal as FAP 5103
				11110 to Norwegian AF
				11112 to Portugal as FAP 5106
				11113 to Norwegian AF
				11114 to Portugal as FAP 5120
				11119 to Turkish AF
				11120 to Norwegian AF.  To Portugal as FAP 5164.
				11123 to Norwegian AF
				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 (c/n ...-1595B) to Norwegian AF
				11149 (c/n 1502B) to Netherlands AF as K-163.  Returned to USAF in 1957
				11151 to Turkish AF
				11152 to Norwegian AF
				11153 to Turkish AF
				11154 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at edremit/Balikesir Sep 3, 1957
				11157 to Norwegian AF
				11159 to Greek AF
				11162 (c/n ...-1615B) to Norwegian AF
				11164 (c/n ...1617B) to Norwegian AF
				11167 (c/n ..-1619B) to Denmark AF as A-167.  Scrapped.
				11175 to Portugal as FAP 5135.  Crashed Jul 1, 1955
				11176 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Bursa Jul 25, 1957.
				11177 to Turkish AF
				11179 to Turkish AF
				11183 to Turkish AF
				11184 to Norwegian AF as PX-P.  Later to Turkish AF
				11190 to Portugal as FAP 5142
				11195 to Turkish AF
				11196 to Norwegian AF as PX-Q
				11197 to Turkish AF
				11199 to Portugal as FAP 5127
				11200 to Italian AF, later to Turkish AF
				11202 to Turkish AF
				11203 to Portugal as FAP 5141
				11204 to Turkish AF
				11209 (c/n 2141-1660B) to Norway.  On dispay at Forsvarsmuseets Flysamlig, Gardermoen, marked
					as MU-5
				11211 to Turkish AF
				11212 to Portugal as FAP 5143
				11214 to Turkish AF
				11216 to Portugal as FAP 5137.  Crashed Jan 17, 1957
				11217 to Turkish AF
				11218 to Turkish AF
				11219 to Portugal as FAP 5128
				11220 to Greek AF
				11223 to Portugal as FAP 5145
				11224 (c/n ...-1675B) to Denmark AF as KR-X.  W/o Jan 25, 1958 at Karup AB
				11225 to Turkish AF
				11230 to Netherlands AF as K-172.  W/o in 1957
				11231 to Portugal as FAP 5129
				11233 to Netherlands AF as K-168.  W/o
				11235 to Turkish AF
				11236 to Turkish AF
				11238 to Turkish AF
				11242 to Norwegian AF as PX-O
				11243 to Norwegian AF as PX-R
				11244 to Turkish AF
				11245 to Portugal as FAP 5138
				11247 to Turkish AF
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 Netherlands Aug 1955 as P-5.  Later to Greece Apr 1963 as 11253.  Returned to
					Netherlands 1988 and currently on display at Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp Zeist
					painted in original Klu insignia.
				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 to Italian AF.  Was on display on a pedestal at Ditellandia Air Park in
					Castel Volturno as late as 2004.  Now believed scrapped.
				11262 to MASDC Apr 23, 1971.  Later to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to be
					expended in explosives tests.
				11263 to Italian AF
				11264 (c/n 145) to Danish AF as C-264.  To restoration at Karup AFB.  As C-264 on display with Flyvevabenmuseet, Stauning,
					Denmark.
				11265 to Italian AF
				11266 to Italian AF
				11267 to Italian AF
				11268 to Italian AF
				11269 to Danish AF as C-269.  Crashed May 15, 1962
				11270 to Italian AF
				11271 (c/n 152) to Norwegian AF
				11272 to Greek AF.  Returned to USAF, served with Michigan ANG 127th TRG.  
					Crashed May 8, 1959 after a wrench left inside jammed the controls.
				11273 to Italian AF
				11274 (c/n 155) to Danish AF as C-274.  Preserved at Historiske Forening Musseet, Denmark
				11275 to Italian AF
				11279 to Belgium as FR-29 Aug 31, 1963.  Stored Koksijde Oct 26, 1971.  To Technical School at
					Saffraanberg as instructional airframe Jan 10, 1974.  Moved to Evere in Brussels and noted as
					gate guard 1976.  Noted stored at Florennes Dec 19, 2006 and as gate guard by Apr 25, 2008.
				11280 to Italian AF.  Returned to USAF, to MASDC Nov 23, 1970.
				11281 to Danish AF as C-281 May 19, 1963.  WFU Aug 31, 1971, stored at Karup AB.
				11282 to MASDC Dec 14, 1970.
				11283 to Italian AF
				11284 to Italian AF
				11285 to Italian AF
				11286 to MASDC Nov 5, 1970
				11287 to Turkish AF Oct 25, 1958
				11288 to Italian AF
				11289 to MASDC Jan 13, 1971
				11290 to Turkish AF Oct 25, 1958
				11291 to Turkish AF Jun 4, 1958
				11292 noted Oct 11, 2004 preserved at Fort Smith RAP, Arkansas.
				11293 to MASDC May 6, 1971.  Currently on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX.
				11294 to Greek AF.  To Larissa dump Nov 1997
51-11295/11296		Republic RF-84F-20-RE Thunderflash
				11295 to MASDC Dec 23, 1970.  Scrapped
51-11297		Republic RF-84F-21-RE Thunderflash
				Sold to Belgium as FR-18 May 1956.  Stored at Koksijde Dec 21, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
51-11298/11317		Northrop F-89D-15-NO Scorpion
51-11318/11357		Northrop F-89D-20-NO Scorpion
51-11358/11407		Northrop F-89D-25-NO Scorpion
				11366 crashed in water in Alaska Mar 30, 1955.
				11380 was on display at Lincoln AFB.  Not sure what happened to the plane when the base closed in 1965.
51-11408/11443		Northrop F-89D-30-NO Scorpion
				11408 in accident in Alaska Sep 6, 1955.
				11427 in landing accident at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska Aug 11, 1955.
				11443 previously on display at Sherman Park, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  Stored on a farm at Garretson, 
					South Dakota Aug 2003
51-11444/11503		Beech C-45G Expeditor
				c/n AF-1/60.  Remanufactured AT-7/AT-11 aircraft.
				11444 (c/n AF-1) to civil registry as N7250C, then as N80323 (current with Earl V Long III, Wichita, KS. since 26-Mar-1990)
				11445 (c/n AF-2) acquired by Air America Jun 11, 1965 from Wilco, Inc as N5254V.
					Put into inactive storage at Tainan Mar 27, 1969.  Soldfor scrap at Tainan,
					Taiwan Jun 1974.
				11446 (c/n AF-3) to N4669T
				11447 (c/n AF-4) to N9937Z
				11448 (c/n AF-5) to civil registry as N9939Z, then N954RJ (current with Kamaka Air, Honolulu, HI. since 10-Nov-1999)
				11449 (c/n AF-6) to civil registry as N9536Z (current with Earl W Houk, Miami Springs, FL. since 
					20-Mar-1974)
				11450 (c/n AF-7) to N86474 then sold in Colombia as HK-1088-G
				11451 (c/n AF-8) to civil registry as N9904Z, cvtd to Turboliner and sold as PK-WWD; to PT National Air Charter 
				11452 (c/n AF-9) to civil registry as N7632B, then as N743M (current with Mark I Brown, Carrollton, TX. since 
					16-oct-1981)
				11453 (c/n AF-10) to N9519Z
				11455 (c/n AF-12) to civil registry as N9562Z (current with Stephen Phillip Hinds, Denver, CO. since 
					20-Oct-1995)
				11456 (c/n AF-13) to N3730G
				11457 (c/n AF-14) to OO-GEY, F-BJLI, TU-TAB, 457 (Ivory Coast AF from 1964 to 1968), TU-TXO (wfu)
				11458 (c/n AF-15) to N9572Z.  W/o Apr 10, 1966
				11459 (c/n AF-16) to civil registry as N1036C, then N2826G, N1036C again, then N214M, then N214MC 
					(current with J R Wheeler Jr, Houston, TX. since 25-Jun-1979)
				11460 (c/n AF-17) to civil registry as to N7948C, then N115V (current qith Jesus Melendez, Miami, FL. since 
					16-Jun-1999)
				11461 (c/n AF-18) to civil registry as N3270G, N118K, N118KC, then N1182C 
				11462 (c/n AF-19) to N9606C
				11463 (c/n AF-20) to N7949C
				11464 (c/n AF-21) to XB-CUF then XB-NEY
				11465 (c/n AF-22) to civil registry as N9625C (current with Robert Morgan, Atlanta, GA. since 
					18-Feb-1975)
				11466 (c/n AF-23) to N73898
				11467 (c/n AF-24) to civil registry as N7694C (current with McAir, Canon, GA. since 26-Jun-2001)
				11468 (c/n AF-25) to civil registry as N7196C
				11469 (c/n AF-26) to civil registry as N9895C 
					(current with Hollywood Flying Service, Hollywood, FL. since 20-Apr-1970)
				11470 (c/n AF-27) to civil registry as N3714G 
				11471 (c/n AF-28) to civil registry as N7206C, N113M, CF-IMC, C-FIMC, then N25WK (current with Grant F King, 
					Chemult, OR. since 09-Jun-1983)
				11472 (c/n AF-29) to civil registry as N9576Z, then N181MH (current with Northaire, Wilmington, DE. since 
					16-Sep-1995)
				11473 (c/n AF-30) to civil registry as N9520Z, then F-BKRE
				11474 (c/n AF-31) to civil registry as N9663C (current with Janus Holding Corp, Willets, CA. since 
					16-Jul-1973)
				11475 (c/n AF-32) to civil registry as N9561Z 
				11476 (c/n AF-33) to civil registry as N9411Z 
				11477 (c/n AF-34) to civil registry as N9615C, N114V, then N114AK (current with Roger W Brooks, Fairbanks, AK. since 
					16-Oct-1986).  WFU.
				11478 (c/n AF-35) to N87685, thn CF-OWU and w/o Oct 1973.
				11479 (c/n AF-36) to N2802G
				11480 (c/n AF-37) to civil registry as N7951C with Air America.  Converted to Ten-Two
					in 1963.  Destroyed by sabotage while parked at Can Tho Dec 21, 1967.
				11481 (c/n AF-38) to civil registry as N7615C (Engle Flying Services, Bristol, PA.)
				11483 (c/n AF-40) to civil registry as N1100B, then F-OGCA (w/o)
				11485 (c/n AF-42) to OO-HIT (wfu)
				11486 (c/n AF-43) to civil registry as N66PA (current with Beilers Crop Service, Greenwood, DE. since 
					18-Jul-1985)
				11488 (c/n AF-45) acquired by Air America Jan 22, 1965 as N9574Z.  Shot down while
					landing at Bao Trai,SVN.  3 killed.
				11491 (c/n AF-48) to civil registry as N7616C (current with Belvon Aircraft Leasing since 11-Sep-1968, 
					flown by ML Handler, Newark, NJ.)
				11492 (c/n AF-49) to civil registry as N9852Z
				11493 (c/n AF-50) to civil registry as N157L 
					(Tropics International, current with Islands Unlimited Travel Club, Opa Locka, FL. since 07-Jan-1982)
				11494 (c/n AF-51) to civil registry as N9847Z (current with Christopher J Arnold, Yucca Valley, CA. since 
					06-Feb-1987)
				11495 (c/n AF-52) to civil registry as N9498Z 
				11498 (c/n AF-55) to OO-GEU (wfu)
				11499 (c/n AF-56) to civil registry as N72Q (current with California Terrain Air, Newport Beach, CA. since 
					07-Oct-1970)
				11500 (c/n AF-57) purchased by Air America from First Insurance Finance Co. and
					registered as N5269V after being converted to Ten-Two at Tainan on
					Jan 31, 1964.  Put into inavtive storate at Tainan Dec 12, 1969.  Sold
					for scrap Dec 10, 1974.  
				11503 (c/n AF-60) to civil registry as N401TH, cvtd to Turboliner for Kalitta Flying Service, 
					reregistered N401CK and sold to Bellair, Fairbanks, AK. 17-Aug-2001.  W/o as N401CK
					when flew into ground in bad weather near Kodiak, AK Jun 14, 2004.  Pilot killed.
51-11504/11599		Beech TC-45G Expeditor
				c/n AF-61/156.  Remanufactured AT-7/AT-11 aircraft.
				11504 (c/n AF-61) ferried to Israel with delivery registration
					4X-ADO Dec 1957.  Registered 4X-FPO with Israeli AF and
					subsequently registered N708C. 
				11505 (c/n AF-62) to civil registry as N444Q 
				11506 (c/n AF-63) intend to civil registry as OO-GDB but ntu, sold to France as F-BLHB
				11508 (AF.65) to civil registry as N3728G.  Acquired by Air America Oct 25, 1965
					from Appliance Buyers Credit Corp.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by
					Apr 8, 1966.  Ferried to Roswell, NM from Tainan Aug 1975 and sold
					to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC Oct 1966.  Sold to Ciba-Pilatus
					Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GGB later in Oct 1966.
					Reported w/o at Ica, Perus Feb 6, 19082, but it was repaired and
					sold to Kalitta Flying Service as N8487A May 1987.  Sold to Kitty Hawk 
					Charters, Morristown, TN. 16-Jun-1999 (current)
				11511 (c/n AF-66) to civil registry as N2817G (current with Western Venture Capital Corp, Tulsa, OK. since 
					22-Jun-1987)
				11510 (c/n AF-67) to civil registry as N4996B 
				11511 (c/n AF-68) to civil registry as N199H (current with Industrial Electric, Columbia, SC. 
					since 21-Nov-1966)
				11514 (c/n AF-71) to civil registry as F-BLGF
				11515 (c/n AF-72) to civil registry as N5258V, then HC-ACR
				11518 (c/n AF-75) to civil registry as N80240 (current with Sharpe Makenna Javay, Portland, OR. since 
					19-May-1999)
				11522 (c/n AF-79) to civil registry 
					as N204A, then N204AA (current with First Charlotte Leasing Company, Charlotte, 
					NC. since 03-Jan-1992, flown by Saber Cargo Airlines)
				11523 (c/n AF-80) to civil registry as N158L, then C-GAIV (current with 
					Vancouver Island Air, Campbell River, BC. since 24oct97)
				11524 (c/n AF-81) to civil registry as N9535Z 
				11525 (c/n AF-82) to civil registry as N706FY (Air North)
				11527 (c/n AF-84) to Peru as FAP 710
				11529 (c/n AF-86) to civil registry as N7826L
				11531 (c/n AF-88) converted to TC-45G.  Crashed near Mountain
					City, VA Jaun 20, 1957. 
				11532 (c/n AF-89) to civil registry as N6100C 
				11533 (c/n AF-90) to civil registry as N341DP
				11539 (c/n AF-96) acquired by Air America Sep 24, 1965 from an owner group
					registered as N5255V. Registered as N77Y for Air America and converted
					to Ten-Two Nov 1965.  Sold for scrap to a South Vietnamese compay Oct 5, 1974,
					but Air America was unable to get government approval prior to the evacuation
					and the aircraft was abandoned Apr 29, 1975 in Saigon.
				11540 (c/n AF-97) acquired by Air America and registered as N9573J Oct 8, 1963. 
					Converted to Ten-Two Feb 1964.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan
					Dec 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap Dec 10, 1974. 
				11542 (c/n AF-99) to Air America as N9521Z after being converted to Ten-Two at
					Tainan on Jan 31, 1964.  Collided with Army Mohawk 61-2712 and Army U-6A
					53-7937 during landing roll at Vunt Tau, SVN Jul 26, 1969, causing injuries
					to pilot and to 7 passengers.  Considered not repairable and destroyed.
				11544 (c/n AF-101) to civil registry as N8186H 
				11546 (c/n AF-103) became N6690R
				11548 (c/n AF-105) to civil registry as N9907Z 
				11549 (c/n AF-106) to Air America Sep 20, 1963 as N5454V.  Converted to Ten-Two
					Nov 1963.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan Nov 18, 1969.  Sold for
					scrap Dec 10, 1974.
				11553 (c/n AF-110) to civil registry as N80478 
				11556 (c/n AF-113) acquired by Air America Aug 7, 1965 from Aero American Corp
					registered as N9855Z.  Stored at Tainan.  Sold for scrap Jun 17, 1974
				11557 (c/n AF-114) to Air America as N137L after being converted to Ten-Two at
					Tainan on Jan 31, 1964.  Damaged at Tra Vinh, SVN Feb 22, 1969 when both
					landing gears retracted while on landing rollout.  Destroyed by hostile
					action Feb 25, 1969. 
				11558 (c/n AF-115) to civil registry as N9925Z
				11560 (c/n AF-117) to civil registry as F-BLGF 
				11561 (c/n AF-118) to civil registry as N7496C 
				11562 (c/n AF-119) to civil registry as N9906Z 
				11563 (c/n AF-120) to civil registry as N9304Z.  Was at one time N80478.
				11564 (c/n AF-121) to CC-CDR.  WFU.  Preserved at Museu Nacional de Aeronautica, Santiago, Chile.
				11567 (c/n AF-124) to civil registry as N9585Z 
				11569 (c/n AF-126) ferried to Isreal as 4X-ADS Dec 1957, becoming
					4X-FPT with Israeli AF.  To US civil registry as N7199C.  Still on USCAR early 2002 but since long 
					sold to Israel as 4X-ADS.
				11572 (c/n AF-129) to civil registry as N136L 
				11574 (c/n AF-131) to civil registry as N7203C, then CF-QIE 
					and N63310 (current with James L Hudson, Mesquite, TX. since 19-Apr-1983)
				11575 (c/n AF-132) to civil registry as N601K (Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX. sale reported 
					Jun 2002)
				11576 (c/n AF-133) to civil registry as N3661G 
				11582 (c/n AF-139) to civil registry as F-BLYL
				11584 (c/n AF-141) to civil registry as PP-ABF (TABA)
				11586 (c/n AF-143) to civil registry as N9966Z.  WFU Sep 1973.  Reported in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, Ohio.
				11589 (c/n AF-146) to civil registry as N9819Z, then N51CN 
				11590 (c/n AF-147) to civil registry as N5283L (current with Page Whalen Enterprise, 
					San Martin, CA. since 18-Sep-1978)
				11591 (c/n AF-148) to civil registry as N7202C 
				11595 (c/n AF-152) to civil registry as N445DM (Commuter Airlines, current with River City Aviation, 
					Malden, MO. since 29-May-1997).  Was converted to Dumodliner
					with tricycle undercarriage
				11596 (c/n AF-153) to civil registry as N9816Z tnen N3GM.  Since 1994 has been at Kingman 
					Army Airfield Museum.
51-11600/11911		Beech C-45G Expeditor
				c/n AF-157/468.  Remanufactured AT-7/AT-11 aircraft.
				11600 (c/n AF-157) to civil registry as N53AP 
				11602 (c/n AF-159) to MASDC Aug 1958.  To private hands in 1961.  Noted Aug 2001 at Camarillo, 
					CA registered as N2833G
				11608 (c/n AF-165) to US civil registry as N4209A May 11, 2000.  To Philippine civil registry as RP=??
				11611 (c/n AF-168) to civil registry as N2874G 
				11612 (c/n AF-169) to civil registry as N2804G 
				11613 (c/n AF-170) to civil registry as OO-GEW then 7T-VBW (Government of Algeria, wfu)
				11614 (c/n AF-171) to civil registry as N9664C, acquired by Air America
					from Aircraft Sales Corp.  Converted to Vopar Turbo Beech Jan 1967.
					Then to CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying Systems of Stans, Switzerland
					Apr 30, 1975 as HB-GFT.  To Kalitta Flying 
					Service as N531CK, sold to Kitty Hawk Charters, Morristown, TN. 
					15-Jun-1999 (current)
				11617 (c/n AF-174) acquired by Air America Oc 14, 1965 and registered as N9592Z.
					Stored at Tainan Ma4 22, 1969, sold for scrap at Tainan in 1974.
				11622 (c/n AF-179) to Air America from Compass Aviation, Inc Sep 22,1964 and 
					registered as N9577Z.  Converted to Volpar in 1966.  Abandoned
					while parked at Air America ramp Apr 29, 1975 during the evacuation.
				11628 (c/n AF-185) to civil registry as N9823Z, F-OBYL and TR-LKO (w/o)
				11629 (c/n AF-186) to Air America from civilian user as N9838Z.  Converted to
					Volpar Turbo Beech Jan 1967.  In inactive storage Tainan Jul 1971.  Used by
					ICCS Air Serivices Nov 1973 thru1975.  To Omni Aircraft Sales Feb 2, 1976.
					To CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GGH Jan 1977.
					To Kalitta Flying Service Mar 1981 as N346V, sold to Kitty Hawk 
					Charters, Morristown, TN. 06-May-1999 (current) 
				11630 (c/n AF-187) to civil registry as N4213 (current with Alii Air Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. 
					since 31-Mar-1970)
				11631 to Alaskan Aeronautical Industries as N2853G.
				11632 (c/n AF-189) to civilian registry as ZP-CCB then LV-JHT
				11634 (c/n AF-191) to civil registry as N9851Z
				11637 (c/n AF-194) to civil registry as N9803Z, F-BLGL, ZS-EOG.  Preserved at South African AF Museum,
					Swartkop, South Africa.
				11638 (c/n AF-195) to civil registry as N75BB.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				11640 (c/n AF-197) to civil registry as N6742C 
				11642 (c/n AF-199) to civil registry as CF-PFC (Emo Investments, leased to Ross 
					Air from 25-Apr-1994 to 13-Aug-1998)
				11645 (c/n AF-396 ??) to Peru as FAP 710.
				11646 (c/n AF-203) to civil registry as N1048Z (current with Dallas Independant 
					School District, Dallas, TX. since 10-May-1972) 
				11647 (c/n AF-204) to civil registry as F-BLGH (wfu)
				11649 (c/n AF-206) to civil registry as a BE-18 C-45G) in 1958
					as N6065V.  Crashed while attempting a landing at Angel's
					Ranch, a brothel in Beatty, NV. May 28, 1977.  The wreck is
					still there in the parking lot.
				11652 (c/n AF-209) to civil registry as N9321Z (current with Airlift, Marietta, GA. since 
					24-Aug-1982)
				11653 (c/n AF-210) at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, marked as 52-11653.
				11656 (c/n AF-213) converted to Turboliner and sold as 
					PK-WWF to PT. National Air Charter 
				11658 (c/n AF-215) to civil registry as N6297C 25-Sep-1974 for Enviromental Aviation 
					Services, Belle Glade, FL. 25-Sep-1974 (current)
				11659 (c/n AF-216) to civil registry as N315WN 
				11660 (c/n AF-217) to civil registry as N9551Z 
					(current with Charles T Jurgens, North Pole, AK. since 04-Aug-1999)
				11662 (c/n AF-219) to civil registry as N2899G, 
					then 7T-VRB (Government of Algeria, wfu)
				11663 (c/n AF-220) to civil registry as N9660C (current with Sports Travel, Longmont, CO. since 
					23-Feb-1985)
				11665 (c/n AF-222)  became N9072Z, then N75WB, then G-BKRG May 5, 1983.
					Registration cancelled Apr 27, 1998 as WFU.  Aircraft noted
					2005 at Aviodrome Museum, Lelystad AP, Holland.
				11667 (c/n AF-224) to civil registry as N5246V 
					(current with Crocodile Marketing, Blaine, WA. since 23-Aug-1991) 
				11668 (c/n AF-225) to civil registry as N495DM 
					(current as sprayer with Jim Hankins Air Service, Jackson, MS. since 9-Jan-1995)
				11672 (c/n AF-229) to civil registry as N947MS 
				11673 (c/n AF-230) to civil registry as N148L 
				11678 (c/n AF-235) to civil registry as N9869Z 
				11679 (c/n AF-236) to civil registry as N555NJ.  WFU Aug 1958. N555NJ is listed
					as being a C-45G (Turbo) registration cancelled Jan 5, 2002 as
					destroyed in bad landing at Greenville, PA Dec 12, 1998.  Also listed
					as going to US Army marks and serial 89-90126 (or 89-126) worn at Ft. Rucker, AL for 
					electronics testing.  To N90EG (deregistered Oct 7, 1989, then N5170L in 1992 with National Museum of Naval Aviation. 
					To N2833G. 
				11682 (c/n AF-239) to civil registry as N405M 
				11683 (c/n AF-240) to civil registry as F-BKOS (wfu)
				11685 (c/n AF-242) to civil registry as N137CE 
				11688 (c/n AF-245) to civil registry as N230C	
				11689 (c/n AF-246) went to civilian registry in 1959.  Used by Wisconsin
					DNR until 1995.  Then to private owner as N5180V.  Now with Fast Company,
						Spooner, WI since Sep 7, 2001.
				11691 (c/n AF-248) bought by Air America May 14, 1963 as N9112R.  Probably used
					only for spares.
				11693 (c/n AF-250) to civil registry as N9486Z then F-BLHG (w/o)
				11694 (c/n AF-251) to civil registry as N2301S 
					(current qith James Marchio, Bishop, CA. since 21-Feb-2001) 
				11696 (c/n AF-253) to have gone to civil registry as N1354N, but not
					taken up.  Instead, it became N115MF, then N115ME.  Now at Museum of Flight,
					Seattle, WA painted as N115MF
				11697 (c/n AF-254) to civil registry as N4240A 
				11698 (c/n AF-255) to civil registry as N888E.  Seen derelict at Big
					Lake Airport, Alaska May 2008
				11699 (c/n AF-256) to civil registry as N3333G 
					(current as sprayer with Southeast Aerial Services, Plainview, TX. 
					since 29-Oct-1992)
				11700 (c/n AF-257) acquired by Air America from Southern Sky as N21412 May 4, 1967
					It had previously been N3737G, then H_-296, then N899Z.  Stored at Tainan,
					Taiwan Nov 18, 1969.  Sold for scrap at Tainan Dec 10, 1974
				11701 (c/n AF-258) was AT-7 42-2490 (c/n 4166) rebuilt Apr 1952.  To US civil registry
					as N9541Z, on UK civil registry Dec 14, 1990 as G-BSZC.  Still flying on British
					air show circuit.
				11706 (c/n AF-263) to civil registry as N9889C 
				11709 (c/n AF-266) to civil registry as N3496G
				11710 to N3329G
				11711 to N9675C
				11712 (c/n AF-269) to civil registry as N1185, then to N447DM (current with Personalized Travel 
					Services, Baton Rouge, LA. since 09-Jun-2000)
				11713 (c/n AF-270) to civil registry as N8067H 
					(current with Island Airlines Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. since 26-Nov-1979)
				11714 to N6860C
				11716 to N86426
				11717 (c/n AF-274) to civil registry N3690G, YV-T-GTV, YV-C-CMH, (YV-T-RTU), then as YV-C-FLE Aeroactividades 
						Venezolanas (AEROVEN) 1963 to 1973
				11718 (c/n AF-275) to civil registry as N9873C
				11719 (c/n AF-276) to civil registry as N87689 
					(current as sprayer with Aviation High School, Cleveland, OH. since 20-Aug-1984)
				11720 (c/n AF-277) to civil registry as N9540Z
				11723 (c/n AF-280) to civil registry as N9671C. Acquired by Air America Sep 28, 1964
					Converted to Volpar Turbo Beeach in 1966 and equipped for photo recon. 
					To CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland Apr 30, 1975
					as HB-GFU.  To Kalitta Flying Service as N331FD Aug 25, 1983.  Registration
					cancelled Jan 1999.
				11724 (c/n AF-281) to civil registry N9896C, then as N1050 
					(current with Air Today, Miami Springs, FL. since 17-May-1975)
				11725 to N6652R
				11726 (c/n AF-283) to civil registry as N9854Z 
				11727 (c/n AF-284) acquired by Air America Oct 7, 1965 from Hamilton Aircraft Co
					registered as N9898Z.  Stored at Tainan Oct 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap Jun 1974.
				11728 to N9487Z
				11729 (c/n AF-286) to civil registry N702AP, then as N125MB, then C-GVIR (Vancouver Island Air).
					In 2009 was registered as N125MB again.  Fitted with Volpar single tail
				11730 (c/n AF-287) to civil registry as N7929C, then N797JF 
				11732 to N9320Z
				11733 to N74Q
				11734 (c/n AF-291) to civil registry as N9487Z, then to D-INKA Apr 1963, w/o Apr 05, 1966
				11736 to N8201H
				11737 (c/n AF-294) to civil registry as N811F, 
					converted to Turboliner for Eastern Caribbean Airways 
				11738 to N9878Z
				11739 to N9578Z
				11740 (c/n AF-297) to civil registry as N404TH, 
					then converted to Turboliner for Kalitta Flying Service as N404CK, sold to 
					Jim Hankins Air Service, Jackson, MS. 16-Jan-2002
				11741 (c/n AF-298)  
				11743 (c/n AF-300) to civil registry as N711BF, 
					known to have been re-engined with PT6A-60A turboshafts.
				11744 (c/n AF-301) acquired by Air America May 13, 1965 from Flight International, Inc
					as N4933C.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan May 25, 1969.  Sold for scrap
					at Tainan, Taiwan Jun 1974.
				11748 (c/n AF-305) to civil registry as N9826Z 
					(current with Aurora Air Service, Fairbanks, AK. since 26-Jul-1980)
				11750 (c/n AF-307) to civil registry as N567 
					(current with British West Indies Corp, Tampa, FL. since 16-May-1978, leased to 
					Kodiak Western Alaska Airways for many years)
				11751(c/n AF-308) to civil registry as N526PA 
				11753 (c/n AF-310) to civil registry as N186L 
				11755 (c/n AF-312) to civil registry as N588H 
				11757 (c/n AF-314) to civil registry as N14PW 
				11758 (c/n AF-315) to civil registry as N9490Z
				11763 (c/n AF-320) acquired from Durobilt Manufacturing Co as N9832Z Sep 21, 1964.
					Registered as N7770B.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Air Asia Mar 1967.
					Ferried to Roswell NM Aug 1975. Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales, Washington, DC
					Feb 2, 1976.  To CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland Nov
					1976, sold as N777UP in 1980 (ntu), sold to Volpar, Inc of Van Nuys, CA
					in Jun 1980.  Solt to Kalitta Flying Service, Lakeview, OR as N7770B Apr 1983.
					Crashed at Jessup/Elkridge, MD Dec 10, 1992, killing one person.
				11766 (c/n AF-323) to civil registry as N189R 
				11768 (c/n AF-325) to civil registry as F-BLGI (wfu)
				11769 (c/n AF-326) 
				11771 (c/n AF-328) to civil registry as N3666G (Registration Pending Apr 2002)
				11772 ( c/n AF-329) to civil registry as OO-GEX, 
					then to French Air Force (call-sign F-SEAB), later transfered to
 					Sferma for conversion as PD-18S n°3 F-Z...with turboshafts
				11777 (c/n AF-334) to civil registry as N2829G 
				11780 (c/n AF-337) to civil registry as N9618C (Guam Airlines)
				11781 (c/n AF-338) to civil registry as N6124C 
					(current with Hollywood Flying Service, Hollywood, FL. since 20-Apr-1970)
				11782 (c/n AF-339) to civil registry as N9144R 
					(current with Howard Patrick, Mountain View, AR. since 26-Jan-1998)			
				11783 (c/n AF-340) to civil registry as N168L 
					(current with K & K Aircraft, Bridgewater, VA. since 
					12-Nov-1993)
				11784 (c/n AF-341) to civil registry as N496DM (current with Bush Air, Wilmington, DE. since 29-Jan-2001) 
				11785 (c/n AF-342) to civil registry as N7297C.  Converted in 1963 to two 
					Continental IO-540 engines by Besler Corp.  In 1966 purchased by
					Continental Motors and a third engine was added in the nose for testing
					of the Tiara series engine.  Scrapped in 2001 
				11787 (c/n F-344) to civil registry as N63H (current with CIM International, Salt Lake City, UT. since 
					30-Aug-1977)
				11793 (c/n AF-350) acquired by Air America Jul 7, 1965 as N9518Z.  Converted to
					Volpar Turbo Beech.  Ferried to Roswell, NM Aug 1975 after being stored
					at Tainan.  Sold to Onmi Aircraft Sales, then to Trans Mountiain Air of
					Logmont, CO as N16TM in 1977.  To Express Airwaysin 1967, then
					to Kalitta Flying Service Oct 1989, sold 15-Jun-1999 to Kitty Hawk 
					Charters, Morristown, TN(current).  This aircraft seems to have been returned to 
					original motorization with Wasp engines. Who could give 
					details?
				11794 (c/n AF-351) to civil registry as N125TF 
				11795 (c/n AF-352) was rebuilt AT-11 42-37174. Dropped from USAF inventory Apr 1958.
					To civil registry as N7950C with Air America.  Converted to Ten-Two
					in 1963.  Donated to USMC Base at Quantico, VA Oct 14, 1975.  
					Now on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.  De-registration
					has been requested on N7950C
				11799 (c/n AF-356) to civil registry as N6488D (current 
					with New Smyrna Aviation Research, Wilmington, DE. since 24-Apr-2001)
				11800 (c/n AF-357) acquired by Air AmericaMay 25, 1965 fromm Apache
					Airlines as N7695C.  Started a convertion to Volpar Turbo Beach by Air
					Asia at Tainan.  Ferried to Roswell, NM by Transavia International Sep 1975
					after being stored at Tainan.  Sold to Omny Aircraft Sales Feb 2, 1976.
					To CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans , Switzerland as HB-GGG Jan 1977
					based at Jeddah, Saudi Arabial   Registration cancelled Sep 12, 1978.
				11802 (c/n AF-359) to civil registry as N88015, probably for export
				11803 (c/n AF-360) to civil registry as N9488Z
				11804 (c/n AF-361) to civil registry as N9950Z then F-BLGJ (wfu)
				11806 (c/n AF-363) to civil registry as N717R
				11807 (c/n AF-364) to civil registry as N119X 
				11808 (c/n AF-365) to civil registry as F-BKOU (wfu)
				11811 (c/n AF-368) to civil registry as F-BLGZ, then TR-LLT (wfu)
				11812 (c/n AF-369) to civil registry as N160L
				11813 (c/n AF-370) to civil registry as N3505G 
				11814 (c/n AF-371) to civil registry as N50GC 
				11817 (c/n AF-374) to civil registry as N6127C
				11821 (c/n AF-378) to civil registry as CF-NKL 
					(current with Northwest Flying, Nestor Falls, ONT.since 18-Dec-1987)
				11823 (c/n AF-380) to civil registry as N473DM (Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL.)
				11824 (c/n AF-381) to civil registry as N8185H 
				11825 (c/n AF-382) to civil registry as N150PR 
				11832 (c/n AF-389) to civil registry as N8220E
				11834 (c/n AF-391) to civil registry as F-BKOV (wfu)
				11835 (c/n AF-392) now on civil registry as N213DE (current 
					with Adventure Aviation, High Point, NC. since 05-May-2000)! 
				11836 (c/n AF-393) to civil registry as N8389H 
					(current with Poplar Grove Airmotive, Poplar Grove, IL. since 08.Sep-1995)
				11838 (c/n AF-395) to civil registry as N7702C
				11839 (c/n AF-396) to civil registry as N8183H 
				11840 (c/n AF-397) to civil registry as N9846Z
				11841 (c/n AF-398) to civil registry as F-BKRD (wfu)
				11842 (c/n AF-399) to civil registry as N9867Z and converted to Tradewind for Federal 
					Carriers
				11843 (c/n AF-400) to civil registry as N260DA 
				11844 (c/n AF-401) to civil registry as N850BC (current with Broward County Board 
					County Commissioner, Pembroke Pines, FL. since 13-sep-1988)
				11851 (c/n AF-408) to civil registry as N11DA 
				11854 (c/n AF-411) to civil registry as N72409 (current with Heavy Time 
					Aviation, Saint Joseph, MO. since 01-Oct-1999)
				11856 (c/n AF-413) to civil registry as N134L (current with H & R Machine & 
					Tool Company, Tucson, AZ. since 12-Dec-1975)
				11858 (c/n AF-415) to civil registry as N6125C (current with Hollywood Flying 
					Service, Hollywood, FL. since 17-Apr-1970)
				11859 (c/n AF-416) to civil registry as N9982Z
				11860 (c/n AF-417) to civil registry as N781A (current with Majestic Airlines, Salt Lake City, UT. since 
					12-Feb-1987)
				11863 (c/n AF-420) on civil registry as N683N, later N11863. 
				11864 (c/n AF-615 ??) to Peru as FAP 714.
				11866 (c/n AF-423) to civil registry as N75Q
				11869 (c/n AF-426) to civil registry as N166M 
 				11870 (c/n AF-427) to civil registry as N504N 
				11875 (c/n AF-432) to civil registry as N9800H 
				11879 (c/n AF-436) was remanufactured from AT-11 42-37407 (c/n 4000)
				11882 (c/n AF-439) acquired by Air America in 1966 from Atlas Corp, Goleta CA
					and registered as N91284. Crashed in rute from Danang to Hue, SVN 
					Mar 23, 1967.   All aboard killed, including 7 prominent US educators.
				11883 (c/n AF-440) to civil registry as F-BLYM (wfu)
				11884 (c/n AF-441) to civil registry as N6497D 
				11886 (c/n AF-443) to civil registry as F-BKOX (wfu)
				11887 (c/n AF-444) to civil registry as N248GB 
					(current with Nation Flight Service, Santa Rosa, CA. since 17-Mar-1975) 
				11889 (c/n AF-446) to civil registry as N161U 
					(Air International Airlines)
				11890 (c/n AF-447) to civil registry as N234L 
					(current with Baj Aircraft Mgt Group, Wilmington, DE. since 01-Dec-1995) 
				11891 (c/n AF-448) to civil registry as N9532Z 
					(current with L-D, Petaluma, CA. since 17-Nov-1998)
				11892 (c/n AF-449) to civil registry as N6495D 
					(current with Hewitt Aviation, Tacoma, WA. since 10-Oct-1996) 
				11893 (c/n AF-450)  
				11894 (c/n AF-451) to civil registry as N5193V (American Turbine Acft, Long 
					Beach, CA. so probably cvtd)
				11895 (c/n AF-452) to civil registry as N9581Z, then N45437 
				11896 (c/n AF-453) to N3720G
				11897 (c/n AF-454) to N87681, now at Castle AFB, California.
				11900 (c/n AF-457) to civil registry as F-BLYN (wfu)
				11901 (c/n AF-458) acquired by Air America from Hamilton Aircraft, CO 
					Dec 23, 1965 and registered as N91295.   Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech
					Oct 1, 1966.  Escaped to Tainan Apr 29, 1975.  Ferried to Roswell, NM
					from Tainan Aug 1975.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC
					Nov 13, 1975.  Sold to CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland 
					as HB-GGF.  Sold to Kalitta Flying Service Aug 25, 1983 
					as N431DK and sold to Twin Beech 745PD, Bear, DE. 09-Oct-2001(current) 
				11904 (c/n AF-461) to civil registry as N3657G 
					(current with E X A Inc, Charles, IL. since 11-Mar-1992).  It is a memorial to the agricultural crash
					of the 1980s.
				11905 to N5179V
				11906 to N178L
				11907 (c/n AF-658 ??) to Peru as FAP 709
				11908 (c/n AF-465) intend to civil registry as 
					OO-GET but ntu, purchased by Sferma for conversion to PD-18S n°2 as F-WHMM then
					F-BHMM.  F-AZZF reported to have been reserved, but plane was seen with
					this registration Oct 29, 2006.
				11909 to N494
				11910 to N112V
				11911 to N9809Z
51-11912/12911		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
				Redesignated O-1A in 1962.  Many to FMS for Austria, Japan, Norway, Spain, and Thailand.
				11917 (O-1G) in USAF Museum 1988
				11921 to Thai AF
				11929 to Spanish AF as U.12-65,then became EC-DQY
				11930 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CP.  Crashed 2/9/1967.
				11931 to Spanish AF as U.12-5 then became EC-DQX.  Registered
					D-EWZA Jun 16, 2008
				11956 to USMC as O-1G 156680
				11963 on display at Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center, Dulles Airport
				11969 modifed to O-1E.  Loaned to Australian Army in Vietnam from Mar 16, 1968.  Shot down and crashed
				11971 (c/n 22285) on civilian registry as N90671.
				11979 to USMC as O-1G 156681
				11984 to Thai AF
				11989 (c/n 22303) served at US Army Transportation School at Fort Eustis From Jan 1962 to Jun 1972 and
					then to US Army Aviation SystemS Command base at St Louis.  Became N33600 with Fort McLellan Flying Club
					at Anniston, Alabama until Dec 1979 and then to US ARmy Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker before being
					exchanged with Museum of Army Fliying, Middle Wallo, New Hampshire in Jul 1982.
				12001 (c/n 22115) damaged by mortar with 19th TASS at Duc Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 28, 1968.  To civil registry as VH-LQX
				12003 to Thai AF
				12013 (19th TASS) crashed landing at Bearcat, South Vietnam Mar 8, 1968
				12027 destroyed in midair collision at Fort Stewart, GA Dec 1966.  Pilot killed.
				12030 (19th TASS) destroyed when dropped by a helicopter when being flown from Song Be, South Vietnam Mat 15, 1968.
				12037 to Thai AF
				12038 (MN ANG) disappeared on flight Oct 15, 1958.  Discovered Jul 3, 2004
					in 40 feet of water in Green Lake, Spicer, MN in relatively intact
					condition.  Pilot's body had been recovered from the lake 2 weeks
					after the crash.
				12043 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CF
				12054 to USMC as O-1G 156862
				12069 to Brazil in 1992
				12072 (c/n 22386) to Thai AF
				12078 lost due to unknown causes in Ninh Thuan Province, SVN Apr 3, 1969.  Pilot MIA.
				12081 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CQ.  Crashed 2/8/1990, one killed.
				12086 to Thai AF
				12099 noted on dispay at Guieren Army Base, Taiwan Nov 2008 with serial 9307.
				12107 in storage at Yankee Air Force as N3302T
				12108 (21st TASS) crashed near Ninh Hoa after taking ground fire Mar 18, 1968.
				12118 to Thai AF
				12119 to civil registry as N5201G
				12129 (c/n 22443) became N305TA.  Noted Oct 2004 at Planes of Fame
					Grand Canyon, Valle, AZ, still extant Dec 2007.
				12134 (c/n 22448) to VH-@AG, VH-FAC.  May be ex-Thai AF
				12138 converted to TL-19A - redesignated TO-1A in 1962
				12167 to civil registry as N5242G
				12190 to Thai AF
				12193 to Thai AF
				12195 to Ohio Army National Guard
				12199 to Brazil in 1992.
				12212 to Thai AF
				12217 to Virginia Army National Guard
				12226 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CR
				12236 to Vietnam AF
				12245 at Scone, NSW, Australia.  Registered as Cessna 305D VH-LQS.
				12252 to civil registry as N5256G
				12273 (c/n 22587) by 1993 was registered N41362
				12275 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CG
				12284 (c/n 22598) to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CS.  On US civil registry as N44431
				12297 (c/n 22611) became N5340G, then N219TH.  Still extant Dec 2007.
				12299 (c/n 23563) to Spanish AF as U.12-10, then became EC-DRN
				12301 (c/n 22615) became N5270G then TF-TOG
				12345 (c/n 22667) to USMC as O-1G 156680
				12349 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				12353 to Royal Thai AF as 2353.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011
				12374 (92nd AFB bn) crashed after being hit by AAA Mar 26, 1953. 1 KIA, one POW.
				12391 to Japan as JG-1094 and is now N727PW
				12408 to civil registry as N5073Z, later N269TH
				12411 to Thai AF
				12415 to Brazil in 1992.  Now flying as PP-EKJ.  Noted Dec 2002 in TAM Museum,
					Sao Carlos, Brazil painted in US Army colors with false serial 62612.
				12422 to Thai AF as T2-8/10. Currently (2003) owned by Foundation for 
					the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, but 
					wherabouts unknown.
				12441 to civil registry as N65392 with State of North Carolina
				12471 (c/n 22913) to VH-FXY in 1996.  May be ex-Thai.  Now flying in Australia.
				12472 ex-Raven aircraft, Laos, now under restoration Albury, Australia.
				12476 to Thai AF, then Thai Army
				12481 to Royal Thai AF as 2481.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011
				12498 to Royal Thai AF as 2498.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011
				12503 (c/n 22367) to Philippine AF in 1953 as 12503
				12507 to Thai AF, coded 60415
				12525 (c/n 22980) to Thai AF as T2-26/15
				12526 registered as N53601
				12530 (c/n 22985) was N1FS.  Registration cancelled Dec 21, 2006.
				12546 lost, presumed crashed into Santa Barbara Channel, CA Mar 15, 1961.  2 killed.
				12550 to Thai AF, coded 60408
				12585 to Brazil in 1992
				12604 (c/n 23059) to Philippine Af in 1953 as 12604, then
					 to Royal Thai AF as T2-27/15.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				12610 to Brazil in 1992
				12622 to USMC as O-1G 156684
				12624 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CH
				12641 to Norwegian AF Nov 1961 as 641.  Suffered several minor incidents
					during its career, including being hit by a snowball while flying
					low.  Undercarriage damaged while landing near Sarpsborg, Norway Sep 21,
					1983, then relegated to ground instructional airframe.  Under
					restoration Spring 2004 at Gardermoen for display in the
					Forvarsmuseet.
				12650 (c/n 23374) to Royal Lao Air Force.
				12666 (c/n 23121) to Thai AF as T2-24/14
				12683 became N3FS.  Registration cancelled Aug 13, 2008 as "w/o
					Apr 12, 1946 when groundlooped during crosswind landing at
					Kenansville, NC"
				12684 to civil registry as N16543.
				12688 to Spanish AF as U.12-11 then became EC-DQU
				12705 to Thai AF
				12707 to Thai AF
				12719 to Thai AF.  Noted in storage with Royal Thai Army in May 2006 at Phetchabun, Fort Phorkhunparneung, Thailand.
				12729 to civil registry as N6895
				12731 to civil registry as N10444.  In 2010 was at Buckeye MAP, AZ, but is to be relocated to a new
					Lauridsen Aviation Museum to be build at Gila Bend, AZ
				12745 on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				12750 (21st TASS) shot down by ground fire near Phn Rang AB Jan 15, 1968.
				12756 to USMC as O-1G 156685.
				12768 (c/n 23225) became N34534.  To Canadian registry as C-FMOD
				12776 (c/n 23233) to Philippine AF in 1953 as 12776
				12781 (c/n 23238) to Philippine AF in 1953 as 12781, then 
					to Thai AF in 1972 as T2-23/15.  Still current Jun 2006
				12825 destroyed in mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, RVN May 20, 1967.
				12829 to Vietnam AF
				12852 to France
				12853 to France
				12854 to France
				12855 (c/n 23312) to French Army, then became LX-PAB
				12856 to France
				12857 to France.  Acquired in 1984 by Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB.
				12859 to French Army as 23316, callsign F-MAHD
				12860 to France
				12870 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CI.  Crashed 10/5/1972.
				12895 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CJ.  Crashed 9/22/1987, 2 killed
				12899 crashed in Vietnam Mar 20, 1970. 2 crew killed.
51-12912/12935		Cancelled contract
51-12936/12969		North American F-86F-10-NA Sabre
				c/n 172-227/260
				12936 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiG Mar 26, 1953, landed safely. Transferred to Taiwan
				12937 transferred to Taiwan
				12938 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG Feb 12, 1953.
				12939 transferred to Taiwan
				12940 transferred to Taiwan
				12941 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by debris from MiG Feb 2, 1953.  Transferred to Taiwan
				12942 - lost to enemy action
				12943 transferred to Taiwan
				12944/12946 transferred to Taiwan
				12947 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged from debris from downed MiG-15 over North Kora Feb 7, 1953.
					Was able to return to base but aircraft was DBR and written off.
				12948 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiG Dec 28, 1952.  On Apr 7, 1953, while with the 39th FIS attached to the
					51st FIG was damaged by ingested debris from downed MiG-15 near Dapu, Manchuria on Chinese side of Yalu
					River.  Pilot Capt Harold S. Fisher ejected and became POW in China.  He was released May 1955.
				12949 transferred to Taiwan
				12950 (51st FIG) damaged by MiG Jan 15, 1953.  Written off following accident at Chitose AB, Japan.
				12951/12959 transferred to Taiwan
				12960 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) lost in action Jan 30, 1953.
				12962 (4th FIS) lost in action near Cho-do May 17, 1953.  Pilot bailed out.
				12964 transferred to Taiwan
				12965 transferred to Taiwan
				12966 (4th FIG, 355th FIS) damaged by MiG, headed for Cho-do to bail out Dec 22, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				12967 transferred to Taiwan
				12968 transferred to Taiwan.  Also listed as operational loss Jan 8, 1953 in South Korea while with 39th FIS attached
					to 51st FIG.  Pilot survived.
				12969 w/o Jan 4, 1953 Tsoiki AB, Japan
51-12970/12976		North American F-86F-15-NA Sabre
				c/n 172-261/267
				12970 w/o Apr 12, 1953 over Yellow Sea.   Pilot ejected.
				12971 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) shot down by MiGs Apr 12, 1953.  Pilot bailed over Yellow Sea, rescued by H-19.
					Pilot was Joseph C. McConnell, Jr.
				12972 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) collided with 52-2836 Jul 11, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				12973 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) lost to enemy action Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				12974 transferred to Taiwan
				12975 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiG debris Jan 17, 1953.  Crashed dcuring final approach Feb 11, 1953.
				12976 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiG Mar 21, 1953.  Transferred to Taiwan
51-12977/13069		North American F-86E-15-NA Sabre
				c/n 172-268/360
				originally intended as F-86F-15-NA
				12977 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 N of Cho-do, North Korea Apr 12, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued by USAF SA-16.
				12979 w/o May 23, 1957 at Middletown, Delaware.  Pilot killed.
				12980 w/o Jul 7, 1953 in midiar collision with 49-1287 over Nellis Ranges, Nevada.  Pilot ejected.
				12988 to N86Z.  W/o Apr 25, 1987 in landing accident at Shafter, California
				13002 on display at McConnell AFB, KS
				13003 damaged Jan 14, 1953, Nevada
				13010 on display on pylon at Nellis AFB, NV
				13024 w/o Jan 8, 1953 in midair with 51-13052 and crashed 15 mi SE of Las Vegas, Nevada.
				13028 on display at Holloman AFB, Alamogordo, New Mexico
				13036 in 2009 was acting as a gate guard at Spangdahlem AB, Germany
				13037 on display at San Bernardino IAP, San Bernardino, CA
				13044 amaged in landing Jan 30, 1953 at Nellis AFB, Nevada
				13052 w/o Jan 8, 1953 in crash 15 mi SE of Las Vegas, Nevada.  Pilot bailed out.
				13054 w/o Oct 28, 1955 in crash 12 mi ENE of Kiowa, Colorado
				13059 damaged Jan 7, 1953 near Las Vegas, Nevada
				13062 w/o Jan 3, 1953 in crash 10 mi SW of Boulder City, Nevada
				13064.  Plane on display at Hampton, VA Air Power Park is actually 51-3064
				13066 w/o Nov 19, 1955 near Blythe, California
				13067 to civil registry as N168SE.  Now at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA
51-13070/13169		North American F-86F-20-NH Sabre
				c/n 176-1/100
				13075 w/o Jan 31, 1953 near Waterford, Wisconsin in midair with 51-13076, 51-13077, and 51-13120, which
					all crashed in the area.
				13076 w/o Jan 31, 1953 near Waterford, Wisconsin in midairwith 51-13075, 51-13077, and 51-13120, which
					all crashed in the area.
				13077 w/o Jan 31, 1953 near Waterford, Wisconsin in midairwith 51-13075, 51-13076, and 51-13120, which
					all crashed in the area.
				13079 to Spain as EdA C.5-8 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13082 (c/n 176-13) on display at McClellan AFB, CA.  In 1978 was displayed outside Visda del Mar School,
					Gaviota, California.
				13086 to Spain as EdA C.5-4 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13088 to Spain as EdA C.5-38 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13089 to Spain as EdA C.5-9 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13092 transferred to Taiwan
				13093 transferred to Taiwan
				13094 to Spain as EdA C.5-111 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13095 w/o Jan 3, 1956 in Arizona
				13096 transferred to Taiwan
				13098 to Spain as EdA C.5-141 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13099 to Spain as EdA C.5-192 in 1955-56.  
				13110 transferred to Taiwan
				13116 to Spain as C.5-27 in 1955-56.  
				13118 to Spain as C.5-13 in 1955-56.  
				13120 w/o Jan 31, 1953 near Waterford, Wisconsin in midair with 51-13075, 51-13076, 51-13077, which
					all crashed in the area.
				13121 to Spain as EdA C.5-10 in 1955-56.  
				13125 to Spain as EdA C.5-5 in 1955-56.  
				13126 to Spain as EdA C.5-21 in 1955-56.  
				13130 to Spain as EdA C.5-14 in 1955-56.  
				13137 to Spain as EdA C.5-6 in 1955-56.  
				13142 to Spain as EdA C.5-112 in 1955-56.  
				13145 to Spain as EdA C.5-19 in 1955-56.  
				13148 w/o Mar 5, 1956 over Nellis Ranges, Nevada.  Pilot OK
				13152 to Spain as EdA C.5-7 in 1955-56.  
				13164 to Spain as EdA C.5-15 in 1955-56.  
51-13170/13510		North American F-86F-25-NH Sabre
				c/n 176-101/441
				13170 transferred to Taiwan
				13172 transferred to Taiwan
				13174 transferred to Taiwan
				13175 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13176 transferred to Taiwan
				13179 to Spain in 1955-56  ??
				13180 to Spain as EdA C.5-20 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF, may have gone to Korean AF
				13182 to Spain as EdA C.5-37 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13186 to Spain as EdA C.5-44 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13187 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13189 to Spain as EdA C.5-25 in 1955-56.  
				13190 transferred to Taiwan
				13191 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13192 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13193 to Spain as EdA C.5-29 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF, to Korean AF.  In War Memorial Museum
				13194 to Spain in 1955-56 (EdA C.5-1)
				13196 transferred to Taiwan
				13198 transferred to Taiwan
				13199 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13200 to Spain as C.5-142 in 1955-56.  
				13201 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13202 transferred to Belgium
				13203 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13205 transferred to Taiwan
				13206 transferred to Taiwan
				13207 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  On display at Daegu IAP, South Korea in 2012.
				13208 at Holloman AFB, NM
				13209 transferred to Taiwan
				13211 (c/n 176-142) to Spain as C.5-146 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-41/06 
					in 1963.  SOC Jul 11, 1972
				13213 transferred to Taiwan
				13215 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13216 transferred to Taiwan   
				13217 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13218 to Spain as C.5-16 in 1955-56.  
				13220 (c/n 176-151) to Spain as C.5-48 in 1955-56. Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-42/06 in 1963.  
					Front fuselage preserved at Don Muang
				13221 to Spain as C.5-237 in 1955-56
				13226 to Spain as C.5-45 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  Sold to Colombia Jan 1963.  This may not be right, 
					since listed as being on display at Pakistan AF College, Sargodha.
				13227 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13228 to Spain as C.5-41 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13229 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13230 transferred to Taiwan
				13232 (c/n 176-163) to Spain as EdA C.5-46 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-43/06 in 1963.  
					SOC Jul 14, 1966.  Reported preserved at Takhli, but could be the plane displayed at Chiang Mai coded as 
					4111 and marked as 270326 and 051232.
				13233 to Spain as EdA C.5-28 in 1955-56.  
				13234 (c/n 176-165) to Spain as EdA C.5-22 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as 
					Kh17-44/06 in 1963.  SOC Mar 23, 1971
				13236 to Spain as EdA C.5-31 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13237 to Spain as EdA C.5-39 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13239 to Spain in 1955-56 (EdA C.5-2).  
				13243 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13245 (c/n 176-176) to Spain as EdA C.5-49 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as 
					Kh17-46/06 in 1963.  SOC Jan 17, 1966
				13246 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13248 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13249 transferred to Peru in 1955.  May be the plane preserved at Tocumen, Panama
				13251 transferred to Taiwan
				13253 transferred to Taiwan
				13254 to Spain as EdA C.5-40 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Philippine AF
				13255 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13256 transferred to Taiwan
				13258 to Spain in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13260 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13261 transferred to Taiwan
				13263 transferred to Taiwan
				13264 transferred to Taiwan
				13267 to Spain as EdA C.5-32 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13269 to Spain as EdA C.5-26 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13270 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13271 transferred to Taiwan
				13272 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13273 transferred to Taiwan
				13274 to Spain as EdA C.5-18 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13275 transferred to Taiwan
				13276 w/o Mar 29, 1954 in crash 31 mi W of Lucene Valley, California
				13277 to Spain as EdA C.5-150 in 1955-56.  
				13278 preserved at Tucson IAP, AZ
				13280 w/o Jul 23, 1955 Worcester MAP, Massachusetts
				13279 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13281 (49th FIS) crashed near Mattaseunk Lake, ME Dec 23, 1953 when stalled
					during air combat exercise.  Pilot ejected safely.
				13282/13284 transferred to Taiwan
				13285 w/o Aug 17, 1953 Yellow Springs, Ohio
				13287 to Spain as EdA C.5-151 in 1955-56.  
				13288 (c/n 176-219) to Spain as EdA C.5-33 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as 
					Kh17-46/06 in 1963.  SOC Jan 17, 1966
				13289 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13291 transferred to Taiwan
				13293 (c/n 176-224) to Spain as EdA C.5-42 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-47/06 
					in 1963.  SOC Jun 12, 1972
				13294 transferred to Taiwan
				13295 w/o Apr 2, 1955 in crash 5 mi NE of Azenacom, French Morocco
				13301 (c/n 176-232) to Spain as EdA C.5-24 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-48/06 
					in 1963.  SOC Jan 2, 1964
				13303 to Spain as EdA C.5-30 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13304 w/o Sep 23, 1954 in crash 50 mi SE of George AFB, California
				13306 w/o Mar 30, 1954 in crash 17 mi SSW of Nouasseur AB, French Morocco
				13307 to Spain as EdA C.5-34 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13308 to Spain as EdA C.5-159 in 1955-56.  
				13312 (c/n 176-243) to Spain as EdA C.5-35 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-49/06 in 1963.  SOC May 19, 1971.
				13313 to Spain in 1955-56  ??
				13315 to Spain as EdA C.5-54 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  Later to Pakistan.  Now preserved at Kamra
				13316 transferred to Taiwan
				13317 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13324 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13325 to Spain as EdA C.5-152 in 1955-56.  
				13326 transferred to Taiwan.
				13327 transferred to Taiwan
				13328 (c/n 176-259) to Spain as EdA C.5-36 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF. To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-50/06 
					in 1963.  SOC Jul 1, 1965
				13329 transferred to Taiwan
				13331 (c/n 176-262) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-51/06 in 1963.  SOC Jun 17, 1968
				13332 transferred to Taiwan
				13333 to Spain as EdA C.5-43 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13334 transferred to Taiwan
				13335 transferred to Taiwan
				13336 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13337 transferred to Taiwan
				13338 transferred to Taiwan
				13339 to Spain as EdA C.5-17 in 1955-56.  
				13340 to Spain as EdA C.5-55 in 1955-56.  
				13341 to Spain in 1955-56  ???
				13342 crashed 5/5/55, Dunzweiler, Germany, killing
					1st Lt. George Chadock, 86th FIW, 525th FIS.
				13343 transferred to Taiwan
				13345 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13346 transferred to Taiwan
				13351 to Spain as C.5-195 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13352 crashed 28 mi ENE of Yakima, WA at unknown date.
				13353 transferred to Taiwan
				13354 to Spain as EdA C.5-176 in 1955-56.  
				13358 to Spain as EdA C.5-253 in 1955-56.  
				13359 transferred to Taiwan
				13361 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7417)
				13362 w/o Apr 12, 1954 Stewart AFB, New York
				13363/13366 transferred to Taiwan
				13368 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7418)
				13369 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7419)
				13370 to Spain as EdA C.5-179 in 1955-56.  
				13371 was on display at Champlin Fighter Museum, AZ.  In 2006 was
					at the New England Air Museum
				13375 transferred to Taiwan
				13376 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7408).  Preserved at Komatsu Air Base Nov 1992. Still there.
				13377 w/o Apr 20, 1955 Foster AB, Texas
				13378 to Spain as EdA C.5-180 in 1955-56.  
				13381 transferred to Taiwan
				13382 transferred to Taiwan
				13385 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7420)
				13386 (c/n 176-317) transferred to Taiwan, later to Pakistan.  Wreckage (in
					Pakistan AF markings) noted winter 2003/4 at Indian AF Museum, Palam, Delhi
				13388 to Spain as EdA C.5-184 in 1955-56.  
				13389 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13390 (RF-86F) transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7421).  Now on display at Air Classics Museum
					of Aviation, Aurora Municipal Apt, Sugar Grove, IL.
				13392/13394 transferred to Taiwan
				13395 w/o Jul 14, 1953 Chanute AFB, Illinois
				13396 transferred to Taiwan
				13397 transferred to Taiwan
				13398 to Spain as EdA C.5-261 in 1955-56
				13399 to Spain as EdA C.5-251 in 1955-56
				13400 to Spain as EdA C.5-187 in 1955-56
				13402 to Spain as EdA C.5-177 in 1955-56
				13403 w/o Apr 8, 1954 in crash 3 mi SE of Asch, Belgium
				13404 to Spain as EdA C.5-259 in 1955-56
				13405 transferred to Taiwan
				13406 w/o Jul 21, 1953 in takeoff accident at Robins AFB, Georgia
				13407 to Pakistan.  Preserved at PAK base at Lahore
				13408 to Spain as EdA C.5-168 in 1955-56
				13409 to Spain as EdA C.5-189 in 1955-56
				13412 to Spain as EdA C.5-207 in 1955-56
				13413 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13414 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7409)
				13415 to Spain as EdA C.5-166 in 1955-56
				13416 to Spain as EdA C.5-260 in 1955-56
				13417 to Spain as EdA C.5-235 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To US civil registry as N51RS with Mid 
					Atlantic Air Museum
				13418 to Spain as EdA C.5-193 in 1955-56
				13421 to Spain as EdA C.5-200 in 1955-56
				13422 transferred to Korea 1955/56
				13424 to Spain as EdA C.5-228 in 1955-56
				13427 to Spain as EdA C.5-178 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13428 to Spain as EdA C.5-160 in 1955-56
				13430 to Spain as EdA C.5-173 in 1955-56
				13431 to Spain as EdA C.5-182 in 1955-56
				13432 to Spain as EdA C.5-169 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Philippine AF
				13434 to Spain as EdA C.5-245 in 1955-56
				13437 to Spain as EdA C.5-190 in 1955-56
				13439 to Spain as EdA C.5-153 in 1955-56
				13441 to Spain as EdA C.5-201 in 1955-56
				13443 to Spain as EdA C.5-222 in 1955-56
				13444 to Spain as EdA C.5-170 in 1955-56
				13446 to Spain as EdA C.5-238 in 1955-56
				13447 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved as gate gard at Sargodha AB
				13450 to Spain as EdA C.5-223 in 1955-56
				13451 to Spain as EdA C.5-174 in 1955-56
				13453 to Norway
				13454 to Spain as EdA C.5-239 in 1955-56
				13455 to Spain as EdA C.5-191 in 1955-56
				13457 to Spain as EdA C.5-188 in 1955-56
				13458 to Spain as EdA C.5-225 in 1955-56
				13459 to Spain as EdA C.5-240 in 1955-56
				13462 to Spain as EdA C.5-241 in 1955-56
				13463 to Spain as EdA C.5-236 in 1955-56
				13464 to Spain as EdA C.5-208 in 1955-56
				13465 w/o Apr 23, 1954 in takeoff accident at Nouasseur AB, French Morocco
				13466 to Spain as EdA C.5-175 in 1955-56
				13468 to Spain as EdA C.5-154 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  To Philippine AF
				13469 to Spain as EdA C.5-171 in 1955-56
				13470 to Spain as EdA C.5-183 in 1955-56
				13474 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7402)
				13478 to Spain as EdA C.5-246 in 1955-56
				13481 to Spain as EdA C.5-155 in 1955-56
				13482 to Spain as EdA C.5-185 in 1955-56
				13483 to Spain as EdA C.5-256 in 1955-56
				13485 to Spain as EdA C.5-196 in 1955-56
				13486 w/o Dec 3, 1953 at Bitburg, West Germany
				13487 to Spain as EdA C.5-165 in 1955-56		
				13489 to Spain as EdA C.5-252 in 1955-56
				13491 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13493 to Spain as EdA C.5-269 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
				13494 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13495 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13497 to Spain as EdA C.5-257 in 1955-56
				13498 to Spain as EdA C.5-242 in 1955-56
				13499 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13500 to Spain as EdA C.5-226 in 1955-56.  Sold to Peru in 1963
				13501/13503 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13505 transferred to Peru in 1955
				13507 to Spain as EdA C.5-161 in 1955-56
51-13511/13603		Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
				c/n 880-8295/8387
				13526 modified to JF-94C
				13559 (c/n 880-8343, 27th FIS) crashed Jul 2, 1954 after both crewmembers
					ejected after a fire warning light had illuminated.  Aircraft crashed
					at Walesville Intersection, NY, killing 4 people on the ground.
					This incident is often listed in UFO lore as being brought down
					while chasing a UFO.  Supposedly, when the pilot tried to close
					in on the target, a sudden, unbearable heat filled the cockpit,
					forcing the crew to bail out.  The F-94 was on a routine training
					mission when GCI requested the plane intercept an unknown
					aircraft.  The pilot identified it as a C-47 and was then requented
					to check out a second unidentified aircraft (later described
					as an unidentified weather balloon).  When the pilot started
					a descent, he noted an increase in cockpit temperature and noted
					the fire warning light, the engine was shut down and both
					crewmembers ejected successfully.
				13560 at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis, MN.
				13570 on display outside Ironworld Discovery Center, Chisholm, MN.
				13575 was with New England Air Museum, but transferred Aug 2010 to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, OR.
					Currently undergoing restoration.  
51-13604		Lockheed YF-94D-1-LO Starfire
				Single-seater, cancelled when 3/4 completed.
51-13605/13716		cancelled contract for Lockheed F-94D-1-LO Starfire 
51-13717/13719		Convair RB-36H-20-CF Peacemaker
				13719 w/o 2/18/53 when landing gear collapsed upon
					landing at Walker AFB.  Fuel tank ruptured
					and plane burned on runway.
51-13720/13725		Convair RB-36H-25-CF Peacemaker
				13720 destroyed by fire 11/15/56 near Denver due to
				     fuel starvation causing loss of power after takeoff.
				13721 of 28th SRW crashed on Random Island near St. Johns, Newfoundland Mar 18, 1953 due to unexpected
				     low-altitude landfall.  All 23 aboard killed, including Brig. Gen. Richard E. Ellsworth.  Rapid City
					base renamed Ellsworth AFB to honor the general.
				13722 hit hill near Ellsworth AFB 8/27/54 during
					practice night approach.  26 killed, 1 survivor.
51-13726/13731		Convair RB-36H-30-CF Peacemaker
				13730 put on display at Chanute AFB, IL in 1957.  When
					Chanute closed, moved in 1991 to Castle AFB Museum
51-13732/13737		Convair RB-36H-35-CF Peacemaker
51-13738/13741		Convair RB-36H-40-CF Peacemaker
51-13742/14231		Bell H-13E Sioux
				13742/14014 c/n 328/600.  
				14015/14231 c/n 725/1006 range
				Redesignated OH-13E in 1962.
				13746 (c/n 332) to N1016G, N2BER, N132BR
				13747 (c/n 333) to N82853
				13750 (c/n 336) to N8065E
				13767 (c/n 354) to N4018A
				13770 (c/n 357) to N31622
				13771 (c/n 358) 
				13773 (c/n 360) to N42873
				13775 (c/n 362) to N6143C
				13776 (c/n 363) to N6280C
				13777 (c/n 364) to N88929
				13783 (c/n 370) to N10724
				13788 (c/n 375) to N14400
				13789 (c/n 376) to N9047N
				13793 (c/n 380). Noted Fall 2003 at California Army National Guard
				13794 (c/n 381) to N13136
				13796 (c/n 383) to N13137
				13798 (c/n 385) to N8209
				13799 (c/n 386) to N16CH
				13810 (c/n 397) to N321R
				13812 (c/n 399) to N68627
				13813 (c/n 400) to N74846
				13816 (c/n 411) to N902B
				13817 (c/n 412) on display at Fort Stewart Museum
				13820 (c/n 415) to N74137, N3111G
				13826 (c/n 421) to N4250A
				13828 (c/n 423) to N7854C
				13832 (c/n 427) to N3110G, N427DC, N427HS
				13833 (c/n 428) to N31824
				13839 (c/n 434) to N31552
				13843 (c/n 438) to N68399
				13849 (c/n 444) to N24839, N37729
				13850 (c/n 445) 
				13853 (c/n 494) to N3846
				13862 (c/n 503) to N8680
				13867 (c/n 508) to N47239
				13870 (c/n 511) to Royal Danish AF as 893 in May 1953.  W/o Apr 5, 1956.
				13873 (c/n 514) to N39WL
				13878 (c/n 519) to N604PD
				13879 (c/n 520) to N29WL
				13881 (c/n 522) 
				13883 (c/n 524)
				13884 (c/n 525) to N29WL
				13885 (c/n 526) to N602PD
				13886 (c/n 527) 
				13890 (c/n 531) to N93470
				13895 (c/n 536) to N16356
				13898 (c/n 539) to N9860F
				13902 (c/n 543) to French AF
				13907 (c/n 548) to N16758
				13918 (c/n 559) 
				13928 (c/n 569) to N2AR
				13931 (c/n 572) to N99126
				13934 (c/n 575) at Museum, McMinnville, OR
				13940 (c/n 581) 
				13942 (c/n 583) to N14917
				13945 (c/n 586) to N13945, N5141N
				13947 (c/n 588) to civil regisry as N14471.
				13948 (c/n 589) to N6945
				13950 (c/n 591) to N9047P
				13958 (c/n 599) became N12293.  Registration cancelled by FAA Jul 7, 2006
				13959 (c/n 600) became D-HIFI, then LN-OQE, then SE-HEO.
				13965 on display at 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.
				13967 (c/n 732) to N9047H
				13969 (c/n 734) to N4226A, TG-H-CUU, HR-FU-43, N12087, 
				13973 (c/n 738) to civil registry as N6398X, C-FNXP, N6398X, CS-HAJ.
				13974 (c/n 739) to N90766
				13975 (c/n 740) to N795
				13976 (c/n 741) to N31820
				13978 (c/n 743) to TI-06F
				13990 (c/n 755) to N9047R
				13994 (c/n 759) to N2479B
				13995 (c/n 760) to N93471
				14001 (c/n 766) to N17717
				14003 (c/n 768) to N36015
				14010 on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				14019 (c/n 784) to ZS-HLB
				14020 (c/n 785) 
				14021 (c/n 786) 
				14024 (c/n 789) to N55231
				14026 (c/n 791) to N12435
				14027 (c/n 792) to N37734
				14032 (c/n 797) 
				14039 (c/n 804) to N62K, G-AVDO, N7739, TI-AWD
				14041 (c/n 806) 
				14043 (c/n 808) to N3628G.  Converted to 47G standard post-Army.
				14046 (c/n 811) to N68637
				14049 (c/n 814)
				14050 (c/n 815) to N41721
				14052 (c/n 817) 
				14054 (c/n 819) to French Army
				14055 (c/n 820)
				14057 (c/n 822) to N6845G
				14058 (c/n 823) to N88758
				14062 (c/n 827) to N606PD.  On display at Aviation Hall of Fame, Teterboro, New Jersey, but widely
					reported as being 51-14077
				14063 (c/n 828) to N6327D
				14064 (c/n 829) became N904B, then TG-H-COF, then N904B again,
					then HR-FU-40, then N12085, then AN-BPZ then N12085 again.
					Registered May 17, 1995 to Danair SA as TI-ASM
				14065 (c/n 830) to N10065
				14068 (c/n 833) 
				14069 (c/n 834) to N57925
				14072 (c/n 837) to N6329D, HR-FU-44, N12088, AN-BNH, YN-BNH, TI-ASK
				14076 (c/n 841) to N63300
				14082 (c/n 847-17) became N903B, then TG-H-COE, then N903B again,
					then HR-FU-82, then N903B yet again,  then AN-BIC, then
					N903B for the forth time.  Registered Oct 16, 1989 to
					Agro Serivicios Helicoperos de Costa Rica as TI-ASJ
				14083 (c/n 848) to N4776S
				14092 (c/n 857) to N27598
				14097 (c/n 862) to N4751C
				14103 (c/n 868) to N17706
				14105 (c/n 870)
				14111 (c/n 876) to N47096
				14114 (c/n 879) to N8683
				14117 (c/n 882) to French AF
				14118 (c/n 883) to N46R
				14119 (c/n 884)
				14122 (c/n 887) to N10190
				14127 (c/n 892) to N6240
				14130 (c/n 895) to N6579D
				14135 (c/n 900) to N3657F
				14139 (c/n 904) to N8090E
				14148 (c/n 913) 
				14164 (c/n 929)
				14166 (c/n 931) to N65115
				14175 (c/n 940) to civil registry as N55230.  Noted at Yanks Air Museum,
					Chino, CA Nov 2002
				14176 (c/n 941) to N861Z
				14177 (c/n 942)
				14178 (c/n 943) to N90472
				14180 (c/n 945) wreckage at Big Bend Community College, Moses Lake, Washington
				14185 (c/n 950) to N10193
				14188 (c/n 953) to N48022
				14189 (c/n 954) to N907B
				14192 (c/n 957)
				14193 (c/n 958) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				14198 (c/n 963) to N93476
				14200 (c/n 965) 
				14213 (c/n 988) to N14408
				14216 (c/n 991) to N60H
				14218 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				14219 (c/n 994) to N61H, CF-KNX, N64832.
				14221 (c/n 996) to N14412
				14224 (c/n 999) to N1071Z
				14225 (c/n 1000) to N93175
				14226 (c/n 1001) to Japanese GSDF as 30005, later 30052, sold as N1290W
				14227 (c/n 1002) to Japanese GSDF as 30001, later 30051
				14228 (c/n 1003) to Japanese GSDF as 30002
				14229 (c/n 1004) to Japanese GSDF as 30003
				14230 (c/n 1005) to Japanese GSDF as 30004
				14231 (c/n 1006) to Japanese GSDF as 30006
51-14232/14241		Bell H-13G Sioux
				c/n 1007/1016.  Redesignated OH-13G in 1962
				14232 (c/n 1007) to N18882
				14234 (c/n 1009) to N8043
				14237 (c/n 1012) to N706B
				14238 (c/n 1013) to N16414
				14239 (c/n 1014) to N39AR
51-14242/14313		Sikorsky H-19C Chickasaw
				To US Army Aviation.  Redesignated UH-19C in 1962.
				14242 (c/n 55175) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 2, 1952
				14243 (c/n 55176) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 11, 1952
				14244 (c/n 55177) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 21, 1952
				14245 (c/n 55178) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 11, 1952
				14246 (c/n 55179) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 11, 1952.  Marilyn Monroe was photographed in the
					cockpit of this helicopter during a tour of Korea.
				14247 (c/n 55180) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 11, 1952.  To Fort Rucker Nov 1962.  To Aberdeen
					Proving grounds Nov 1965.  Sold to Orlando Helicopter Airways.  Noted at Sandford Apr 1984.
					to Stanford 1988.  Derelict at an Orlando paint ball park.
				14248 (c/n 55189) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 11, 1952
				14249 (c/n 55190) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 11,1952
				14250 (c/n 55191) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 30, 1952
				14251 (c/n 55192) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 31, 1952
				14252 (c/n 55193) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 11, 1952
				14253 (c/n 55194) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 30, 1952
				14254 (c/n 55195) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 31, 1952
				14255 (c/n 55196) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 4, 1952
				14256 (c/n 55197) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 12, 1952
				14257 (c/n 55198) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 12, 1952
				14258 (c/n 55199) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 26, 1952
				14259 (c/n 55200) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 26, 1952.  Reported converted to QS-55 Aggressor by Orlando
					Helicopter Airways.  Fuselage noted at Sanford, Florida
				14260 (c/n 55201) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 26, 1952
				14261 (c/n 55202) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 14, 1952
				14262 (c/n 55215) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1952
				14263 (c/n 55216) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1952
				14264 (c/n 55217) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952
				14265 (c/n 55218) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952.  To civil registry as N4833S, cancelled Nov 27, 2012.
				14266 (c/n 55219) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952
				14267 (c/n 55220) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952.  To civil registry as N16265 with Whisper Jet, current.
				14268 (c/n 55221) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952
				14269 (c/n 55222) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952
				14270 (c/n 55223) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 24, 1952
				14271 (c/n 55224) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 14, 1952
				14272 (c/n 55225) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 3, 1952.  Registered N15184 to Orlando Helicopter
					Airways Mar 3, 1969, cancelled Jun 27, 12012.  On display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				14273 (c/n 55226) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 21, 1952.
				14274 (c/n 55227) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 21, 1952.  To civil registry as N16266 with Whisper Jet, current
				14275 (c/n 55240) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 22, 1952 -  The helicopter on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, 
					Ft Eustis, VA is not actually 51-14275 but is a composite of several
					different helicopters put together during training.  Andy Marden quotes it as being 56-1550
				14276 (c/n 55241) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 22, 1952
				14277 (c/n 55242) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 23, 1952.  To civil regiatry as N15185, expired Sep 30, 2013.
				14278 (c/n 55243) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 24, 1952
				14279 (c/n 55244) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 27, 1952
				14280 (c/n 55245) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 29, 1952
				14281 (c/n 55246) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 30, 1952
				14282 (c/n 55247) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 4, 1952
				14283 (c/n 55248) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 4, 1952.  Forced landing at
					Okahumpka, Florida Dec 5, 1974 during fruit orchard spraying.  Forced landing into trees and caught fire
					near Welaka, Florida Jul 11, 1978 after engine failure duirng forest dusting.  Registered as N15182
					Oct 21, 1980, expired Apr 11, 2013.
				14284 (c/n 55249) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 4, 1952
				14285 (c/n 55250) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1952.  To civil registry as N74899, cancelled Feb 21, 2013.
				14286 (c/n 55251) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1952
				14287 (c/n 55265) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1952
				14288 (c/n 55266) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1952
				14289 (c/n 55267) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 6, 1952
				14290 (c/n 55268) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 6, 1952
				14291 (c/n 55269) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 7, 1952
				14292 (c/n 55271) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 7, 1952
				14293 (c/n 55272) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 18, 1952
				14294 (c/n 55273) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 18, 1952
				14295 (c/n 55274) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 3, 1952.  To civil registry as N25970, cancelled Sep 29, 2011
				14296 (c/n 55275) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 3, 1952.  To civil registry as N74138, cancelled Sep 20, 2012.
				14297 (c/n 55276) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 8, 1952
				14298 (c/n 55277) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 8, 1952.  To Argentine Navy Dec 31, 1959 as 
					0504/Code 2-PH-413, later 2-H-13.  W/o Nov 1963 in Antarctica.
				14299 (c/n 55293) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 14, 1952
				14300 (c/n 55294) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 14, 1952.  To civil registry as N12564, cancelled May 16, 1974.
				14301 (c/n 55295) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 14, 1952.  To civil registry as  N5893 with West Nebraska
					Technical College Jan 13, 1971.  Cancelled as destroyed Aug 15, 1998
				14302 (c/n 55296) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 14, 1952
				14303 (c/n 55297) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 14, 1952.  To civil registry N15181 with Whisper Jet, current
				14304 (c/n 55298) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 14, 1952.  To civil registry as N17623, cancelled
				14305 (c/n 55299) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 12, 1952
			14306 (c/n 55300) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 12, 1952.  To 502 Avn Co, Fort Hood; TAAFMS, Atlanta; Redstone 
				Arsenal; 502 Avn Co, Fort Hood; 2 Arm Div.  To GIA at US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Sep 1964. SOC Dec 1964.
				To West Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. Registered N30057, canx.  Cabin only to Leon Cleaver Collection, Norwalk, OH, Aug 16, 1997; 
				aircraft located at Clarksfield, OH.
				14307 (c/n 55301) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 24, 1952
				14308 (c/n 55302) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 29, 1952
				14309 (c/n 55303) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 30, 1952
				14310 (c/n 55304) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 5, 1953
				14311 (c/n 55319) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 6, 1953.  To civil registry as N15183, expired
					Sep 30, 2013.
				14312 (c/n 55321) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 25, 1953.
				14313 (c/n 55322) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 231953
51-14314/15237		North American T-6G Texan
				14314/15137 c/n 182-1/824
				15138/15237 c/n 188-1/100
				Remanufactured aircraft from earlier AT-6s.  Most to FMS.
				14379,14417,44433,14939,14940,14943,14950,14999,15031,15037,15092 to LT-6G.
				14314 (c/n 182-001) to French AF
				14317 (c/n 182-004) to Japanese Air Self Defense Force
				14342 to French AF as 114342. To Portuguese AF as 1715. To G-BIHS 1980. 
					To N4434M May 1983.
				14345 - Ex-Portuguese Air Force registration 1716, is being restored for flying 
					in Germany.
				14351 (c/n 182-38) To French AF. Retired to Musee de l'Air at Paris-le Bourget but 
					never displayed; stored until registered as F-AZIU 1996.  F-AZIU
					was NTU and registered Apr 17, 2007 as HB-RDC.  Crashed Oct 17, 2007 near
					Neuchatel-Colombier, Switzerland.  Both onboard killed.
				14367 (c/n 182-54) to French AF as 114367, then to F-BVQD, then to F-AZBK.  
					Converted to Zero replica in 1987 with c/n SAM2-367 and reregistered
					F-WZBK.  Since reverted to F-AZBK.
				14373 (c/n 182-060) became N2067V.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 2006 as
					destroyed by premises fire.
				14374 (c/n 182-061) presumably went to French AF as reported derelict
					at La Ferte Alais, France Jul 1986.  
				14385 (c/n 182-072) to French AF, then Tunisian AF.  Registration F-AZOU
					reserved Dec 2003.
				14387 (c/n 182-074) to French AF as 114387, then to F-AZEF
				14419 (c/n 182-106) to Turkish AF as 7396 Oct 10, 1957
				14422 (c/n 182-109) to Turkish AF as 7397 Oct 10, 1957
				14435 (c/n 182-122) to Turkish AF as 7398 Oct 10, 1957
				14442 (c/n 182-129) to Turkish AF as 7399 Oct 10, 1957
				14448 (c/n 182-135) to Turkish AF as 7501 Oct 10, 1957
				14451 (c/n 182-138) to Turkish AF as 7502 Oct 10, 1957
				14456 (c/n 182-143) to French AF and suffered an accident at Barcelona Sep 27, 1961. 
					Later sold to Spanish AF as E.16-191, then to F-AZCV
				14461 (c/n 182-148) became N20683, cancelled Jun 2, 2006 as destroyed by premises fire.
				14462 (c/n 182-149) to Italian AF as MM54101.  To civil registry
					Jan 14, 2005 as I-SSEP
				14470 (c/n 182-156). To Italian AF as MM54099. To G-BRBC Sep 4, 1992
				14492 (c/n 182-183).  To Italian AF as MM54106 and on display in Museo Aeroportuale at Cameri AB.
				14504 to French AF as 3483.  Noted in storage at Chateaudun Jun 1965
				14522 (c/n 182-209)noted Sep 2005 at Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace, Paris/
					le Bourget, painted as 51-15915.
				14526 was probably rebuilt 41-32473.  To French AF as 14526, then may have
					gone to Portuguese AF.  Registered G-BRWB Mar 28, 1990
				14552 (c/n 182-239) to Thai AF
				14554 (c/n 182-241) to Thai AF
				14556 (c/n 182-243) to Thai AF
				14563 (c/n 182-250) to Thai AF
				14568 (c/n 182-255) to Thai AF
				14569 (c/n 182-256) to Turkish AF as 7503 Oct 10, 1957
				14571 (c/n 182-258) to Thai AF
				14572 (c/n 182-259) to Thai AF
				14575 (c/n 182-262) to Thai AF
				14576 (c/n 182-263) to Thai AF
				14578 (c/n 182-265) to Thai AF
				14579 (c/n 182-266) to Turkish AF as 7504 Oct 10,1957; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul
				14580 (c/n 182-267) to Thai AF
				14583 (c/n 182-270) to Thai AF 
				14584 (c/n 182-271) to JASDF as 72-0151.  Converted to Kate replica for filming of
					'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  To US civil registry as N6522.
				14585 (c/n 182-272) to Thai AF
				14586 (c/n 182-273) to Thai AF
				14587 (c/n 182-274) to Thai AF
				14589 (c/n 182-276) to Thai AF
				14590 (c/n 182-277) to Thai AF
				14591 (c/n 182-278) to Thai AF
				14593 (c/n 182-280) to Thai AF 
				14595 (c/n 182-282) to Thai AF
				14599 (c/n 182-286) to Thai AF
				14600 (c/n 182-287) to Thai AF
				14603 (c/n 182-290) to Thai AF
				14604 (c/n 182-291) to Thai AF
				14605 (c/n 182-292) to Thai AF
				14610 (c/n 182-297) to Thai AF
				14615 (c/n 182-302) to Thai AF
				14616 (c/n 182-303) to Thai AF
				14618 (c/n 182-305) to Thai AF
				14619 (c/n 182-306) to Thai AF
				14620 (c/n 182-307) to JASDF as 72-0159.  Converted to Kate replica for filming of
					'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  To US civil registry as N6524.
				14621 (c/n 182-308) to Thai AF
				14622 (c/n 182-309) to Thai AF
				14625 (c/n 182-312) to Thai AF
				14626 (c/n 182-313) to Thai AF
				14630 (c/n 182-317) to Thai AF
				14632 (c/n 182-319) to Thai AF
				14634 (c/n 182-321) to Thai AF
				14635 (c/n 182-322) to Thai AF
				14638 (c/n 182-325) to Thai AF
				14640 (c/n 182-327) to Thai AF
				14642 (c/n 182-329) to Thai AF
				14643 (c/n 182-330) to Thai AF
				14645 (c/n 182-332) to Thai AF
				14647 (c/n 182-334) to Thai AF
				14648 (c/n 182-335) to Thai AF
				14649 (c/n 182-336) to Thai AF
				14650 (c/n 182-337) to Thai AF
				14652 (c/n 182-339) to Thai AF
				14653 (c/n 182-340) to Thai AF
				14654 (c/n 182-341) to Thai AF
				14655 (c/n 182-342) to Thai AF
				14656 (c/n 182-343) to Thai AF
				14657 (c/n 182-344) to Thai AF
				14658 (c/n 182-345) to Thai AF
				14659 (c/n 182-346) to Thai AF
				14660 (c/n 182-347) to Thai AF
				14662 (c/n 182-349) to Thai AF
				14663 (c/n 182-350) to Thai AF
				14666 (c/n 182-353) to Royal Thai AF.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				14671 (c/n 182-358) to Thai AF
				14672 (c/n 182-359) to Thai AF
				14674 (c/n 182-361) to French AF as 114674, then to F-AZEZ
				14675 (c/n 182-362) to JASDF.  Converted as Kate replica for filming of
					'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  To US civil registry as N6526
				14679 (c/n 186-366) to JASDF.  Converted as Kate replica for filming of
					'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  To US civil registry as N6529.
				14682 (c/n 182-369) to Thai AF
				14688 (c/n 182-375) preserved at BA278 Ambérieu-en-Bugey, France in French AF colors.
				14690 (c/n 182-377) to JASDF as 52-0022.  Preserved at Iruma Air Base Nov 1992.
				14696 (c/n 182-383) to French AF, then became F-BMJO.  Reported May 23, 1946 to be under restoration
					at brewery in Vienna, Austria.
				14697 (c/n 182-384) to Turkish AF as 7505 Oct 10, 1957
				14698 (c/n 182-385) to Thai AF
				14700 (c/n 182-387) was rebuilt AT-6D 42-44514.  To French AF as 114700, registered in Britain as G-TOMC
				14706 (c/n 182-393) to JASDF.  Converted as Kate replica for filming of
					'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  To US civil registry as N6520.
				14707 (c/n 182-394) presumably went to French AF, as fuselage noted
					at La Ferte Alais, France Feb 1999.
				14711 (c/n 182-398) to Thai AF
				14712 (c/n 182-399) to Turkish AF as 7506 Oct 10, 1957
				14714 (c/n 182-401) to Thai AF
				14717 (c/n 182-404) to Thai AF
				14718 (c/n 182-405) presumably went to French AF as reported
					derelict at La Ferte Alais, France Jul 1986
				14728 (c/n 182-415) was rebuilt AT-6C 41-32508.   Now in Polish Aviation Museum at Krakow, Poland painted as 49-2983.
				14740 (c/n 182-427) presumably went to French AF as reported
					derelict at La Ferte Alais, France Jul 1986.
				14764 (c/n 182-451) to civil registry as N3623K.
				14769 (c/n 182-456) to Uruguayan AF as FAU-372.  Crashed Jan 19, 1993
				14771 (c/n 182-458) still flying as N1044C
				14775 (c/n 182-462) sisplayed as 373 at Museo Aeronautica, Montevideo, Uruguay
				14791 (c/n 182-478) on civil registry as N8044H, registration N791MH reserved Mar 9, 2006,
					taken up May 11, 2006.
				14825 (c/n 182-512) to Turkish AF as 7507 Oct 10, 1957
				14839 (c/n 182-526) presumably went to French AF as reported derelict
					at La Ferte Alais, France Jul 1986.
				14848 (c/n 182-535) to French AF, then to F-BOEO then F-AZBQ.  Damaged in belly landing at La Ferte Alais.
				14862 - Ex-Portuguese AF 1674, is being restored for flying in the US.
				14898 (c/n 182-585) to French AF, then became F-BMJQ.  Subsequently
					reregistered F-AZIB.
				14904 (c/n 182-591) to Spanish AF as E.16-198.  Sold Jul 1984,
					became EC-DUM.
				14916 to Honduras AF as FAH 208
				15007 FMS to Portuguese AF as 1681, then to Mozambique AF as 1681.  Became G-BSBD
					Mar 5, 1990.  Registration cancelled May 6, 1994 as sold to owner in USA
				15017 presumably went to French AF as reported derelict at
					La Ferte Alais, France Jul 1986.
				15033 to French AF as 115033. To G-BDZZ 1976, to Israeli AF 
					Museum December that year, painted as '001'.
				15042 to French AF as 115042. To Portuguese AF as 1707. To 
					G-BGHU 1979.
				15048 (c/n 182-735) to civil registry as N42JM
				15049 (c/n 182-736) to French AF as 115049. A recent official issue of the Spanish Civil Register 
					reveals that this aircraft was registered EC-HYY on 
					Dec 7, 2001. Previous identities (oldest first) were French AF, F-BMJP, F-AZAS, 
					F-WZBN (a test registration) when aircraft was converted
					to a Zero replica.  Reverted to F-AZAS again and then 
					became EC-HYY.
				15057 to Greek AF; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
				15058 (c/n 182-745) became JASDF 52-0099 and is preserved at Tokorozawa Aviatin Museum, Tokyo
				15063 to French AF as 115063. To Portuguese AF as 1710. To G-SURF 1979. 
					Sold in USA April 1980
				15091 (c/n 182-778) to Spanish AF as E.16-199.  Noted Apr 2003
					preserved at San Javier.
				15102 (c/n 182-789) to French AF.  Registration F-AZTL reserved
					Mar 2007.
				15113 (c/n 182-800) to French AF as 115113, then to F-BNAU, then to F-AZAU
				15124 on display at McClellan AFB, CA
				15177 (c/n 188-040) to Portuguese AF as 1635 Feb 1977.  Offered by the Port AF to the city of 
					Porto; MAY 04 1988: Acquired by the Portuguese Airline Pilots Association; MAR 1993: 
					acquired by the Aero Fenix Museum to be restored for flying; JUL 1996: restoration 
					started at Tires Airfield 
				15227 to Italian AF as RM-9, later MM53664. To G-BKRA Aug 19, 1983.
					Currently airworthy at Staverton, England painted as 115227
				15237 registered as F-AZBQ.  Not sure that this is the original.
51-15238/15269		Piasecki H-21A Workhorse
				redesignated CH-21A in 1962.
				15249 to civil registry as N9719Z.  Seen at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				15260 on civil registry as N9720Z
51-15270/15271		Grumman SA-16A Albatross 
				For Portugal under MDAP
				15270 (c/n G-238) to FAP as 7102.  7102 later to Spain as AD1-7
				15271 (c/n G-241) to FAP as 7103.  Destroyed in 1960.
51-15272/15653		Piper L-18C Super Cub
				PA-18 Super Cub 95 for Army use.
				15272/15329 c/n 18-969/1026
				15330/15653 c/n 18-1330/1653.  
				Some in this batch were delivered to France.
				15280 (c/n 18-977) became TC-EBH on Turkish civil registry.
				15284 (c/n 18-981) to Turkish AF, then became TC-EBD on Turkish civil registry
				15302 (c/n 18-999) to Italian Army as MM51-15302, then I-EICO, then EI-51.
					Registered G-BJTP Nov 26, 1981
				15303 (c/n 18-1000) to Italian Army as MM51-15303, then I-EIST, then MM51-15303
					again.  Registered G-BIYJ Jn 5, 1981
				15308 (c/n 18-1005) to Greek AF, then to D-EKAV, reregistered D-EBEW 2003
				15312 (c/n 18-1009) to Greek AF as 115312, then became D-EKHO.
				15313 (c/n 18-1010) to Greek AF as 115313, then became SX-ADP on Greek civil registry, then F-GIRJ on 
					French civil registry.  Registered  as HB-PRS in 2013.
				15314 (c/n 18-1011) to French Army, then became LX-AIA on Luxembourg civil registry
				15315 (c/n 18-1012) to Greek AF as 115315, then became SX-ADQ on Greek civil registry.
				15318 (c/n 18-1015) to French Army, then became D-ELHT
				15319 (c/n 18-1016) to French Army.  Registration OO-HMY allocated, but NTU.
					Registered G-FUZZ Sep 11, 1980. 
				15325 (c/n 18-1022) to French army, then became F-BNMP
				15331 (c/n 18-1331) to French army as 18-1331, then became OO-HMI,
					later OO-SBR.  Registered G-AZRL Mar 23, 1972.
				15336 (c/n 18-1336) to French Army, then became D-ELHM
				15337 (c/n 18-1337) to French Army, then became D-ENLF.  Was to
					have become G-HBERU Jul 1977, but NTU, remained D-ENLF.
				15338 (c/n 18-1338) to French Army, then became F-BFZA.
				15340 (c/n 18-1340) to French Army.  Became D-ENLG, then D-EKAY.
				15342 (c/n 18-1342) to Luftsportgruppe Ravenburg Apr 1971 as D-EAEQ.  Registered
					LN-NAV May 21, 1975 and still flying (2005) in Norway.
				15356 (c/n 18-1356) to French Army, then became F-BMJV
				15359 (c/n 18-1359) to French Army, then became F-BOMI
				15361 (c/n 18-1361) to French army as 18-1361, then became
					OO-HMO.  Registered G-BJWZ Jan 18, 1982.
				15366 (c/n 18-1366) to French Army, then became OO-VIX
				15367 (c/n 18-1367) to French Army, then became F-BOML
				15368 (c/n 18-1368) to French Army, then became F-BOMX
				15371 (c/n 18-1371) to French Army.  To Belgian civil registry as OO-HMZ, then OO-FIR
				15372 (c/n 18-1372) to French Army, then became N123SA.
				15373 (c/n 18-1373) to French Army as 18-1372, then became G-AYPM
					Jan 13, 1971.  Has exemption to fly in US Army colors with tail
					number 115373
				15374 (c/n 18-1374) to French Army, then became D-EIEI (D-AKQJ
					originally reserved but NTU)
				15375 (c/n 18-1375) to French Army, then became OY-EFW (previously
					registrations D-EAUT, E-EAUI, and OY-AJY were all reserved
					but none were taken up).
				15378 (c/n 18-1378) to French Army, then became F-BOMY, later
					F-BOFY.
				15387 (c/n 18-1387) to French Army, then became D-EDGD.
				15388 (c/n 18-1388) to French Army, then became F-BNMR
				15391 (c/n 18-1391) to French Army as F-MAKD (probably a radio callsign), 
					OO-HMT, OO-PIU, then registered as G-BHOM Mar 7, 1980.
				15394 (c/n 18-1394) to French Army, then became D-ENLH
				15397 (c/n 18-1397) to French Army, then became F-BOMM
				15405 (c/n 18-1405) to French Army, then became OO-LVZ
				15408 (c/n 18-1408) sold to private owner in Germany 1959 as D-ENLI
					In 1980, imported to Norway and converted to PA18-105
					and registered as LN-RTH.
				15409 (c/n 18-1409) to French Army, then became F-BOMP
				15415 (c/n 18-1415) to French Army.  Became D-ELWK, then SE-KEG
				15417 (c/n 18-1417) to French Army, then became F-BOUA
				15418 (c/n 18-1418) to French Army, then became D-EKKF
				15419 (c/n 18-1419) to French Army, then became F-BMJN
				15422 (c/n 18-1422) to French Army, then became F-BOUB
				15423 (c/n 18-1423) to French Army in 1952.  To German civil registry
					as D-EOCB in 1971.  To Norwegian civil registry as LN-TEI in 1983,
					To Swedish civil registry as SE-KPS in 1990.
				15427 (c/n 18-1427) to French Army.  Became D-EECY, then OY-EFO, then
					D-ESKS
				15429 (c/n 18-1419) to French Army, then became OO-MJD (OO-HNB
					originally reserved but NTU) then F-BKRU.
				15431 (c/n 18-1431) to French Army, then to civil registry as F-BOME, then B-BJBK
				15435 (c/n 18-1435) to French Army, then became F-BOMF
				15436 (c/n 18-1436) to French Army, then became D-EHCL
				15442 (c/n 18-1442) to French Army, then became F-BOER
				15445 (c/n 18-1445) to French Army, then to D-EOCC, then to D-EAGT. To 
					G-BLGT Jun 1, 1984, was airworthy at Bournemouth, England painted as 15445
					Reported sold to new owner in Holland Feb 2006.  Registered Mar 8, 2006 to Flying Focus
					Castricum BV of De Kooy as PH-FLG on Dutch civil registry.
				15446 (c/n 18-1446) to French Army.  Became D-EKQB the OH-PDO
				15447 (c/n 18-1447) to French Army.  Became N1156R, then D-EHCU.
				15448 (c/n 18-1448) to French Army.  Became LN-RTF, then SE-KVI
				15450 (c/n 18-1450) to French Army.  Became D-ELTN, then LN-HHO
				15455 (c/n 18-1455) to French Army, then became F-BOMK
				15456 (c/n 18-1456) to French Army, then became F-BKRU
				15459 (c/n 18-1459) to French Army, then became D-ENCB then OE-ANB.
				15460 (c/n 18-1460) to French Army, then became D-ELTD
				15461 (c/n 18-1461) to French Army, then became D-EKQC.
				15462 (c/n 18-1462) to French Army, then became F-BPIF
				15463 (c/n 18-1463) to French Army, then became D-ELTC, then was to have become
					LN-HHQ but NTU, became OY-CKB instead, then SE-XUR.
				15465 (c/n 18-1465) to French Army, then became F-BOMV
				15470 (c/n 18-1470) to French Army, then became F-BOUE
				15472 (c/n 18-1472) to French Army then became D-ENLJ.  Registration LN-AAY reserved Jan 2003 but NTU.
					Reported to be under restoration at Notodden, with registration LN-TOM reserved.
					Registered Sep 29, 2008 as LN-TOM.
				15474 (c/n 18-1474) to French Army, then became OO-LMZ
				15477 (c/n 18-1477) to French Army, then became OO-SPE,then D-EKMM, then OY-EFA.
				15478 (c/n 18-1478). To French Army. To D-ENUA 1969; this registration 
					still current March 2003
				15480 (c/n 18-1480) to French Army.  To LN-RTC in Norway in 1969.
					W/o Nov 15, 1981.
				15481 (c/n 18-1481) to French Army. Became D-EHCN, then D-EOCA
				15483 (c/n 18-1483) to French Army, then became D-ENCC
				15484 (c/n 18-1484) to French Army, then became D-ECXU
				15491 (c/n 18-1491) to French Army, then became D-EHCK
				15500 (c/n 18-1500). To French Army, then D-EOCE, then D-EOOF, then (2003) D-ETIM
				15506 (c/n 18-1506) to French Army, then became F-BOMT
				15507 (c/n 18-1507) to French Army, then became OO-VIZ
				15508 (c/n 18-1508) to French Army, then became D-EKQD
				15511 (c/n 18-1511) to French Army as 181628, then to OO-SPK, then OO-HBS.  Presumably now sold to 
					owner in Germany as registration D-EATY reserved January 2003.  Registered earlier this 
					year (2003) to Base Hoogeveen, Holland as D-EATY.
				15514 (c/n 18-1514) to French Army, then became D-EDHV (D-EEMV was
					originally reserved but NTU)
				15519 (c/n 18-1519) to French Army then became F-BOUH
				15521 (c/n 18-1521) ex French ALAT aircraft,now registered as
					D-EAER.
				15522 (c/n 18-1522) to French Army, then became D-EDGC.
					Reregistered D-ESMW in 2008.
				15523 (c/n 18-1523) to French Army, then became D-ECEI, then
					N8944,then D-EOPA.
				15525 (c/n 18-1525) to French Army, then to F-BOUI, then to G-BKRF.
				15529 (c/n 18-1529) to French Army, then became D-EHCO
				15530 (c/n 18-1530) to French Army.  Became D-EOCF, then D-EHAP.
				15531 (c/n 18-1531) to French Army.  Became OO-HNC, then OO-BLV,
					then D-EJIM.
				15533 (c/n 18-1533) to French Army as 18-1533, then became G-AYPT
					Jan 13, 1971 (was to have been D-EALX but NTU)
				15537 (c/n 18-1537) to French Army, then became F-BFHH.
				15541 (c/n 18-1541) L-18C: To French Army, then to F-BOUM, then to G-BJLH 
					Oct 26, 1981.  Destroyed by fire in arson attack at Felthorpe Airfield, England 
					Feb 18, 2003
				15543 (c/n 18-1543) to French Army.  Became D-EFTG, then D-EFAG.
				15544 (c/n 18-1544) to French Army, then became OO-HMW, then OO-VIW.
				15545 (c/n 18-1545) to French Army.  Became OO-HMV then LN-TSX.
				15547 (c/n 18-1547) to French Army as 18-1547.  Became OO-SPJ Jan 14, 1970
				15549 (c/n 18-1549) to French Army as 18-1549.  Civilianized Nov 1969 as D-EDRB.  Became G-CLIK Jul 31, 1984
					(original allocation of G-BLMB NTU).  Reregistered G-BVIE Jan 26, 1994.
				15550 (c/n 18-1550) to French Army, then became D-ECAI
				15551 (c/n 18-1551) to French Army as 18551, then became F-BOUU.  Registered
					G-BEUU Jun 27, 1977
				15555 (c/n 18-1555) to French army, then became OO-HMI.
					Registered G-AWRH Oct 23, 1968 but never imported.  Became
					OO-SPS instead and British marks cancelled Apr 18, 1969.  
					Registered G-OSPS Jul 9, 1992.
				15556 (c/n 18-1556) to French Army, then to H. Vessing, Warburg Apr 1971 as D-ENLK.
				15558 (c/n 18-1558) to French Army.  Became OO-HMP, then OO-DAS
				15562 (c/n 18-1562) to French Army.  Becam OO-HMS, then OO-FLW
				15566 (c/n 18-1566) to French Army.  Became D-ELTB, Then LN-HAR
					(registration LN-HHN originally reserved but NTU)
				15567 (c/n 18-1567) to French Army, then became D-ELTP.
				15570 (c/n 18-1570) to French Army.  Became D-EMTJ, then to Norwegian civil
					registry as LN-HHA
				15573 (c/n 18-1573) to Belgian Army as L04, later OL-L04.  To Belgian civil registry as
					OO-HSC, later OO-KIW.
				15576 (c/n 18-1576) to French Army.  Became OO-HMR, then to Norwegian civil registry as 
						LN-TSO, then SE-XMD.
				15578 (c/n 18-1578) to French Army, then became D-ENLL
				15579 (c/n 18-1579) to French Army, then became OO-HMN then LN-TSZ
				15582 (c/n 18-1582) to French Army, then became D-EETL, then to Austrian civil registry as OE-AND
				15586 (c/n 18-1586) to French Army as 115586, then became D-ELTQ, then
					D-EHBR reserved but NTU, then became D-EBBR.  Became N289SQ.  Now painted in Royal Netherlands AF colors
					as 8A-33.  This code was used by the 289th Squadron, hence the civil registration.
				15591 (c/n 18-1591) to French Army.  Became D-EKQY (D-EKQI originally
					reserved but NTU) then D-EPMB.
				15592 (c/n 18-1592) to French Army, then became D-ENLM.
				15593 (c/n 18-1593) to French Army, then to Norwegian civil registry as LN-RTB.
				15594 (c/n 18-1594) to French Army, then became F-BOOV
				15595 (c/n 18-1595) to French Army, then became PH-KLA.
				15596 (c/n 18-1596). Went to French Army, then became D-ECXO.   Registered Feb 12, 2004 to 
					H. Ellegaard of Espergaerde, Denmark as OY-ELG.  Registered
					G-OVON Jun 1, 2005.
				15597 (c/n 18-1597) to F-BLLM then OO-LGA and on display in 1982 at Musee Royal de l'Armee de Bruxelles.
				15601 (c/n 18-1601) to French Army, then became F-BNQQ
				15602 (c/n 18-1602) to French Army, then became D-EDUN (D-ENCG originally reserved but NTU)
				15605 (c/n 18-1605) to French Army, then became F-BOUK
				15606 (c/n 18-1606) to French Army as 18-1606, then became OO-LPA.  Registered
					G-BIID Jan 5, 1981.
				15607 (c/n 18-1607) to civil registry as OO-HMK, OO-LPA, then G-BIID.
				15609 (c/n 18-1609) became OO-BOQ
				15611 (c/n 18-1611) to French Army, then became F-BOUY
				15613 (c/n 18-1613) to French Army, then was to have become D-EOCG but NTU.
					Became HB-OQL
				15615 (c/n 18-1615) to French Army as 181615, then became G-AYPO Jan 13, 1971.
				15616 (c/n 18-1616) to French Army, then became F-BOOX
				15617 (c/n 18-1617) to French Army, then became OO-HNF, then OO-LOU.
				15620 (c/n 18-1620) to French Army as 181620.  Became OO-BSL Jan 14, 1970
				15621 (c/n 18-1621) to French Army,then became D-EKQF.
				15627 (c/n 18-1627) to French Army as 18-1627, then became PH-TMA
					(registration D-ENCH originally allocated but NTU).  Became
					G-BBYP Feb 4, 1974.
				15628 (c/n 18-1628) to French Army as 181628.  To civil registry as OO-SPL Jan 14, 1970, then G-BKEZ.
				15629 (c/n 18-1629) to French Army in Oct 1968.  Registation OO-HNG allocated but not taken up.
					Became OO-MEU in 1972, cancelled in 1994.  Became G-BWUO in 1196, finally N7238X in 1997.
				15631 (c/n 18-1631) to French Army as 18-1631, then became G-AYPR 
					Jan 13, 1971.  Reregistered G-LCUB Feb 9, 2007
				15633 (c/n 18-1633) to French Army.  Became OO-HNH, then OO-KFC  Reported
					w/o Oct 16, 1987 and wreck sold to owner in USA
				15634 (c/n 18-1634) to French Army, then became F-BOUZ
				15636 (c/n 18-1636) to French Army, then became F-BOMC
				15637 (c/n 18-1637) to French Army, then became OO-DFS
				15639 (c/n 18-1639) to French Army as 181639. Became OO-SPN Jan 14, 1970, later
					became OY-TOM.
				15640 (c/n 18-1640) to French Army, then became F-BOMB
				15644 (c/n 18-1644)
				15648 (c/n 18-1648) to French Army, then became F-BOOQ
				15650 (c/n 18-1650) to French Army, then became OO-HMU, then OO-LGB, then was
					to have become OO-VIC but NTU, became OO-SPG instead.  At some point
					has been rebuilt and exchanged fuselages with 52-2460.
				15652 (c/n 18-1652) to J. Kempt, Hohenzollern May 1971 as D-EAEU.
51-15654/15803		Piper L-21A Super Cub
				15654/15662 c/n 18-571/579
				15663 c/n 18-570
				15664/15683 c/n 18-550/569
				15684/15803 c/n 18-849/968
				15657 (c/n 18-574) to KLu as R-204.  Also Used by MLD.  To PH-GAI May 20, 1969, G-BKJB Aug 1, 1983.
					W/o Apr 29, 1984.  Was N1003A before becoming 51-15657.
				15658 (c/n 18-575) to KLu as R-206.  WFU and reduced to spares.
				15666 (c/n 18-552) to civil registry as N9663H
				15668 (c/n 18-554) to KLu as R-202.  To D-EEWO Oct 1973.  Still current	
				15672 (c/n 18-558) originally N7187K, then to KLu as R-207.  To PH-AAT, then F-GEDH
				15673 (c/n 18-559) to KLu as R-208.  Was N7188K, to PH-GAV ntu, PH-KAL ntu, PH-LUD Apr 17, 1970,
					SE-GTZ Mar 16, 1976.  Sitll current
				15674 (c/n 18-560, frame no. 18-1674) to KLu as R-209.  W/o Aug 19, 1966.
				15678 (c/n 18-564) to KLu as R-210.  To D-EGJN Apr 1973. Was originally
					registered N7193K.
				15679 (c/n 18-565) to KLu as R-211.  Also used by MLD.  Was N7194K, N9285D.
					To PH-MAI Jan 1976.  To G-BIDK Sep 15, 1980.  Still current
				15680 (c/n 18-566) to KLu as R-212.  To OO-VZL
				15682 (c/n 18-568) to KLu as R-213.  Was originally N7197K before going
					to Dutch AF.  To civilian registry as OO-OOA (NTU), then OO-OAA.  Still flying as of 2003
				15683 (c/n 18-569) to KLu as R-203.  Also used by MLD.  Was N7198K, to PH-KAW May 30, 1969
					w/o Seppe May 5, 1982.
				15684 (c/n 18-849) to KLu as R-214.  to civil registry as PH-KAZ, then G-BKVM 
					Aug 26, 1983.
				15685 (c/n 18-850) to KLu as R-201.  To D-EEIT Oct 1973.  Still current 
				15686 (c/n 18-851) to KLu as R-205.  To PH-VCX Mar 31, 1969.  PH-VCH originally
					reserved but NTU.  Registered D-EVCX in 2007.
				15690 (c/n 18-855) to KLu as R-215.  W/o Oct 26, 1969
				15691 (c/n 18-856) to Klu as R-216 in 1955.  Sold on civilian market as PH-GAT 1969.  
					Cancelled from register Mar 8, 1976.
				15692 (c/n 18-857) to KLu as R-217.  Also used by MLD.  To Ph-MIC ntu, PH-LUc May 28, 1969,
					WFU Apr 10, 1972.
				15713 (c/n 18-878) noted in store at Castle Air Museum, Attwater, CA May 22, 2003 
				15728 (c/n 18-893) on civil register since 1958 as N10593
				15782 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
51-15804/15810		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-5-LM Stratojet
				c/n 1/7
				15804 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				15807 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				15808 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				15809 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 11, 1968
				15810 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
51-15811/15812		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-10-LM Stratojet
				c/n 8,9
				15811 (380th BW) while over ocean Sep 17, 1957 stalled and lost control.  One survived, 3 killed. 
					Serial is somewhat uncertain.
				15812 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
51-15813/15820		Cancelled contract for Boeing B-47E Stratojet
51-15821/15827		Boeing RB-47E-10-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450627/450653
51-15828/15853		Boeing RB-47E-15-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450654/450659
51-15854/15880		Piasecki H-21B Workhorse
				C/n B.1/B.27.  For USAF.  Some converted to SH-21B.  Redesignated CH-21B and HH-21B in 1962.
				15857 (c/n B.4, CH-21B *The Joker*) retired to USAF Museum in Jan 1965.
				15859 (C/n B.6) on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
				15869 (c/n B.16) to Zaire AF.
51-15881/15913		Vertol H-21C Shawnee
				c/n C.1/C.33.  For US Army.  Redesignated CH-21C in 1962
				15886 (c/n C.6) to civil registry as N68788, then N48082 with Aero Union Corp.  Now on display at McClellan AFB, CA
				15887 (c/n C.7) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport
				15892 (c/n C.12) at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingston, RI.
				15897 (c/n C.17) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport.
				15892 (c/n C.22) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport.
51-15914/15965		Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune 
				MDAP aircraft for RAF as Neptune M.R.1 (WX493/WX529 and WX542/WX556)
				15914 (c/n 5028) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX493.  SOC Aug 8, 1957
				15915 (c/n 5029) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX494.  SOC Aug 8, 1957
				15916 (c/n 5050) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX498.  SOC Aug 8, 1957
				15917 (c/n 5056) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX495.  SOC Nov 11, 1958
				15918 (c/n 5063) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX496.  SOC Nov 11, 1958
				15919 (c/n 5070) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX497.  SOC Sep 22, 1958
				15920 (c/n 5095) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX502.  To Argentine Navy
					Mar 6, 1958 as 0408.
				15921 (c/n 5096) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX499.  SOC Sep 22, 1958
				15922 (c/n 5097) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX501.  Sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958
				15923 (c/n 5098) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX500.  SOC Sep 22, 1958
				15924 (c/n 5099) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX503.  Stored Oct 29 1954,
					SOC Aug 8, 1957.
				15925 (c/n 5105) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX509.  Returned to USA Sep 3, 1957
					as 51-15935.  When Neptune WX525 was returned to USAF by RAF,
					it took up serial 15925 rather than its previous identity of
					51-15948.  Then to Brazilian AF as FAB7007.  Lost in accident.
				15926 (c/n 5106) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX511. Accident at RAF Kinloss,
					Scotland Jan 22, 1957.  The pilot had been doing some practic asymmetric "touch-and-go"
					landings with one engine windmilling.  He touched down, lowered the nosewheel, and then attempted 
					to "roll" by opening both throttles.  One or both the engines failed to respond, and neither reverse
					pitch nor the brakes were sufficient to stop the aircraft before the end of the runway, so he pulled
					up the undercarriage lever.  The nosewheel retracted backwards and the nose hit the ground.
					The aircraft finished up in the grass beyend the end of the runway. The aircraft was w/o and dumped by the hangars.
				15927 (c/n 5107) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX514.  Sold for scrap Sep 22, 1958
				15928 (c/n 5108) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX556.  Returned to USA Sep 25, 1957 but
					with serial 51-15964.
					When Neptune WX529 was returned to USAF by RAF, it took up 
					serial 51-15928 rather than its previous identity of 51-15956,
					then to Brazilian AF as FAB 7008
				15929 (c/n 5109) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX510.  Crashed into sea 130 mi W of
					Barra during air-sea rescue mission Oct 13, 1955.
				15930 (c/n 5117) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX504.  Sold for scrap Sep 29, 1958.		
				15931 (c/n 5118) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX505.  Returned to USA Oct 3, 1957 as
					51-15956.  When Neptune WX543 was returned to USAF by RAF,
					it took up serial 51-15931 rather than its previous identity
					of 51-15935, then to to Brazilian AF as FAB 7002.  Lost in accident.
				15932 (c/n 5119) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX506.  Stored Oct 29, 1954, SOC and
					sold for scrap Sep 22, 1958
				15933 (c/n 5120) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX508.  Stored Oct 29, 1954, SOC and
					sold for scrap Sep 22, 1958
				15934 (c/n 5121) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX507.  Stored Apr 30, 1956, SOC and
					sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958
				15935 (c/n 5131) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX515.  Returned to USA Nov 4, 1957.
					with serial 51-15957.  When Neptune WX509 was returned to USAF
					by RAF, it took up serial 51-15935 rather than its previous
					identity of 51-15925.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7002.  Lost in accident.
				15936 (c/n 5132) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX512.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0409.
				15937 (c/n 5133) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX517.  Sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958.
				15938 (c/n 5134) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX516.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0413.
				15939 (c/n 5135) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX513.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0410.
				15940 (c/n 5145) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX552. Sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958
				15941 (c/n 5146) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX522.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0414.
				15942 (c/n 5147) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX519.  Returned to USA Aug 20, 1957 with
					serial 51-15959.  When Neptune WX523 was returned to USAF by
					RAF, it took up serial 51-15942 rather than its previous
					identity of 51-15949.  Then to Brazilian AF as FAB 7005
				15943 (c/n 5148) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX521.  Returned to USA Sep 20, 1957,
					later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7004
				15944 (c/n 5149) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX520.  Sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958
				15945 (c/n 5150) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX542.  DBR when stalled on approach
					to RAF Topcliffe, England Jan 15, 1954.  Struck mound and undercarriage
					collapsed
				15946 (c/n 5151) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX526.  Sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958.
				15947 (c/n 5152) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX518.  Sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958
				15948 (c/n 5153) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX525.  Returned to USA Sep 6, 1957,
					with serial 51-15925.  When Neptune WX544 was returned to USAF
					by RAF, it took up serial 51-15948 rather than its previous
					identity of 51-15957.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7009.  
					7009 on display at BASV
				15949 (c/n 5154) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX523.  Returned to USA Oct 14, 1957
					with serial 51-15942.  When Neptune WX553 was returned to USAF,
					it took up serial 51-15949 rather than its previous identity
					of 51-15964.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7011.
				15950 (c/n 5155) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX524.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0415.
				15951 (c/n 5156) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX528.  SOC Sep 22, 1958
				15952 (c/n 5157) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX529.  Returned to USA Aug 12, 1957
					and took up serial 51-15928.  When Neptune WX548 was returned to USAF
					it took up serial 51-15952 rather than previous identity of
					51-15960.  Then went to Brazilian AF as FAB7010.  Plane is on display at Museu
					Aeroespacial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
				15953 (c/n 5158) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX527.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0411.
				15954 (c/n 5159) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX546.  DBR when bellylanded in error
					at night at RAF Topcliffe Nov 27, 1956
				15955 (c/n 5160) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX545.  Flew into high ground at night
					1 mi NE of Mull of Kintyre, Scotland Oct 10, 1956
				15956 (c/n 5161) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX543.  Returned to USA Jan 7, 1958. with
					serial 51-15931.  When Neptune WX505 was returned to USAF by
					RAF, it took up serial 51-15956 rather than its previous
					identity of 51-15931.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7000.
				15957 (c/n 426-5162) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX544.  Returned to USA Nov 19, 1957,
					with serial 51-15948.  When Neptune WX515 was returned to USAF
					by RAF, it took up serial 51-15957 rather than its previous
					identity of 51-15935.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7009.  Preserved Salvador 1978.
				15958 (c/n 5163) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX547.  Undercarriage collapsed on 
					landing at RAF Luqa, Malta Jan 13, 1956.  Sold for film use May 30, 1957
				15959 (c/n 5164) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX555.  Returned to USA Nov 18, 1957 but
					with serial 51-15960.
					When Neptune WX519 was returned to USAF by RAF, it took up
					this serial rather than its previous identity of 51-15942.
					Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7003.
				15960 (c/n 5165) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX548.  Returned to USA Aug 30, 1957
					took up serial 51-15952.  when Neptune WS555 was returned to 
					USAF, it took up serial 51-15960 rather than its previous
					identity of 51-15959, then it went to Brazilian AF as FAB 7012
				15961 (c/n 5166) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX549.  To Argentine Navy Mar 6, 1958
					as 0412.
				15962 (c/n 5167) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX550.  Stored Aug 29, 1956, SOC
					and sold for scrap Nov 14, 1958
				15963 (c/n 5168) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX551.  Stored Sep 4, 1956, SOC and
					sold for scrap Nov 11, 1958.
				15964 (c/n 5169) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX553.  Returned to USA Oct 21, 1957,
					but with serial 51-15949.  When Neptune WX556 was returned to USAF
					by RAF, it took serial 51-15964 rather than its previous identity
					of 51-15928.  It then went to Brazilian AF as FAB 7013
				15965 (c/n 5170) to RAF as Neptune M.R.1 WX554.  Stored Oct 19, 1956, SOC and
					sold for scrap Nov 11, 1958.
51-15966/15970		Hiller H-23A Raven
				15966 (c/n 112) to N8112H
				15967 (c/n 116) to N8116H
				15968 (c/n 124) to N8124H
				15969 (c/n 154)
				15970 (c/n 173) to N10611
51-15971/16070		Cancelled contract
51-16071/16077		North American T-6G Texan
				c/n 188-101/107
				Remanufactured aircraft
				16073,16074 converted to LT-6G
				16075 to Honduras AF as FAH-206
51-16078/16083		Cancelled Contract
51-16084/16085		Stearman PT-13D Kaydet
				rebuilt and sold under FMS to Iran in 1951.
51-16086/16091		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
				Model J-5A for delivery under MDAP.  Not sure which air arm got these.
51-16092/16141		Hiller H-23A Raven
				16095 (c/n 249) to French AF, then became F-BIFS
				16096 (c/n 250) to N6445D, HB-XBS, D-HAJA, N94727
				16097 (c/n 251) to N4627T
				16098 (c/n 252) to N4628T
				16100 (c/n 254) to N4977E
				16102 (c/n 256) to N10322
				16103 (c/n 257) to N1758
				16105 (c/n 259) to N4732C
				16106 (c/n 260) to N4733C
				16107 (c/n 261) to N7636B
				16111 (c/n 265) to N6446D, N263MV, N263S, N263SS
				16112 (c/n 266) to N7815B
				16113 (c/n 267) to N7816B
				16114 (c/n 268) to N6334D, N3662F
				16115 (c/n 269) to N4287C
				16119 (c/n 273) to French AF, then became F-BIFH.
				16122 (c/n 276) to N6447D.  Noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS
				16123 (c/n 277) to N7443D
				16124 (c/n 278) to N7640B, N116S
				16126 (c/n 280) to N6444D
				16128 (c/n 282) to N8689E
				16129 (c/n 283) to N10321
				16130 (c/n 284) to F-BiFV, D-HADU, N94728, N55L
				16131 (c/n 285) to N4828E
				16132 (c/n 286) to N57U
				16133 (c/n 287) to N330M
				16137 (c/n 294) to N7817B
				16141 (c/n 295) to N6448D
51-16142/16414		Hiller H-23B Raven
				Redesignated OH-23B in 1962.
				16142 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				16144 (c/n 298) to N90580
				16145 (c/n 299) to N94525
				16146 (c/n 300) to civil registry as N91556.
				16149 crashed after unsuccessful autorotation landing at Edwards AFB, CA
					Jun 5, 1952.
				16152 (c/n 312) to N4785C
				16154 (c/n 314)
				16155 (c/n 315) 
				16157 (c/n 317) to N3112G, N172SM
				16160 (c/n 320) 
				16164 (c/n 324) to N245C
				16167 (c/n 327) to N214W
				16168 on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				16170 (c/n 330) to N832M
				16177 (c/n 337) to CF-HAP, N54C, G-APKX, N93219
				16180 (c/n 340) to N10196
				16181 (c/n 341) to JA7002
				16182 (c/n 342) to N41757
				16183 (c/n 343) to N62246
				16185 (c/n 345) to N7725C, N68364
				16189 (c/n 358) to N17129
				16190 (c/n 359) to N9041U
				16193 (c/n 362) to N7343
				16203 (c/n 383) to N6056
				16205 (c/n 385) to N53939
				16209 (c/n 389) to N90424
				16215 (c/n 395) to N2285F
				16218 (c/n 398) to N2517, C-GJXH
				16219 (c/n 401) to N75203
				16224 (c/n 406) to N6746C
				16226 (c/n 408) at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				16228 (c/n 410) to N23PC 
				16232 (c/n 424) to N62512
				16234 (c/n 426) to civil registry as N5499E.  Registered to Aero Sales and
					Leasing of Campbell River, BC as C-GZTW
				16236 (c/n 428) to N12415.
				16238 (c/n 430) to N67699
				16241 (c/n 433) to N41319
				16245 (c/n 437) to N57612.  Later at Museum, McMinnville, OR
				16247 (c/n 439) 
				16251 (c/n 443) to N2SJ
				16256 (c/n 448) to N4783C
				16352 seen dismantled at Fairfield County APT, OH Aug 2002.
				16364 (c/n 612) became N90403, then ZU-CJI.  Registered Jan 25, 2005 as SE-HYT.  
				16374 (c/n 624). Noted Fall 2003 at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA
				16386 (c/n 637).  Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, 
					TX, with boom of 51-16260
				16387 (c/n 638). Became N4784C; noted 2003 in Pate Museum 
					of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  Noted at Texas Military
					Forces Museum, Austin, TX Sep 2007.
				16392 (c/n 643) became N53991; sold June 2002 to an owner in China
				16411/16414 to Netherlands as O-32/O-35
					16411 (c/n 664) to Dutch AF as 0-32.  Became N3948L, then
						N102JA.   Reported sold Oct 2007 to owner in New Zealand.
					16413 (c/n 666) to Dutch AF as O-34.  To civil registry as OH-HBB.  Cancelled Apr 1981
					16414 (c/n 669) to Dutch AF as O-35.  To civil registry as G-AWKG, then N99437, finally
						to OO-PUF Nov 1978.  Damaged beyond repair Nov 28, 1979.
51-16415/16424		Cancelled Contract
51-16425/16427		Ryan XL-22A Super Navion 
				Redesignated XL-17D in 1962.
51-16428/16462		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog
				to USMC as 133782/133816
51-16463/16571		de Havilland of Canada L-20A Beaver 
				For USAF.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.  Some to South Vietnam
				These planes received a dual c/n system, a factory
					number and a number assigned to planes produced specificially for USAF/US Army
					procurements starting at 1000.
				16463 (c/n 150/1000) to civil registry as N4791C (Civil Air Patrol), then CF-FLN, then
					C-FFLN.  Flying with Arctic Excursions, Yellowknife, NT since 1998
				16464 (c/n 151/1001) to civil registry as N5161G (Civil Air Patrol).  Current
					with private owner since 1987
				16467 (c/n 217/1036 )
				16470 (HQ 5th AF, 10th Liaison SQ) crashed near K-47 Sep 2,1952.  Pilot killed.
				16474 (c/n 173) to civil registry as N4792C (Civil Air Patrol), then CF-BJY.
					Current with Wabakimi Air, Armstrong, ON since 1992.
				16477 (c/n 226/1044) to civil registry as N2748, C-GMMJ, N628TG.
				16478 (c/n 227/1045) to AMARC in 1792.  To civil registry as N87824, N231A.
					Still current
				16480 (c/n 231/1049) to civil registry as N16644.  Still current
				16481 (c/n 232/1050) 
				16483 (c/n 236/1054, HQ 5th AF, 10th Liaison SQ) damaged during landing roll 
					Sep 9, 1952.  To civil registry as N5160G (Civil Air Patrol), still
					current.
				16484 (c/n 237/1055) to civil registry as N1076, 5T-CAA, C-GMJU, N299DD.  Still current.
				16485 (c/n 238/1056) 
				16487 (c/n 247/1064) to civil registry as N5146G (Civil Air Patrol).  Still current.
				16490 (c/n 254/1070) to Colombian AF as FAC 5115
				16492 (c/n 260/1075) to civil registry as N2499D, N207GB, N49GS, N9041X.  Still current.
				16493 (c/n 261/1076) to N148KS
				16496 (c/n 267/1081) to civil registry as N9791F (Federal Agency, Huron, SD), stored
					AMARC Nov 1971 to Feb 1975 then back to civil registry as N87751. NLR
				16498 (c/n 272/1086) to civil registry as N5153G (Civil Air Patrol), then C-FRZI, N63562.
					Still current.
				16499 (c/n 273/1087) to civil registry as N17392, C-GFDD, N688SF, C-GFFF,
					N44LU (Lake Union Air Service), N6784L (current)
				16501 (c/n 277/1091) to civil registry as N9239.  Now on display in new Eugene W. Kettering Hall 
					at USAFM, WPAFB since May 2003
				16502 (c/n 278)
				16503 (C/n 279/1093) to civil registry as N5149G (Civil Air Patrol), later 
					to C-GFLT, N66PL (NTU), C-FFLT (Tofino Air, current)
				16504 (c/n 282/1096) to civil registry as N49238, N690, still current
				16505 (c/n 283/1097) to civil registry as N84SD, N51FH, still current
				16506 (c/n 284/1098) became N5150G, the C-FHVT
				16507 (c/n 285/1099) to N2749
				16508 currently N17393, registration N554BB reserved Dec 12, 2008
				16509 (c/n 290/1103) to civil registry as N9257Z, C-GPVC.  Still current.
				16511 (c/n 296/1108) to civil registry as N4793C (Civil Air Patrol)
				16512 (c/n 297/1109) to N728CW
				16513 (c/n 298/1110) operated by Vermont ANG before being stored
					at MASDC 1972 to Oct 1973.  Then to civil registry as N88757, then N904TG (Texas State
					Guard), then VH-HQE.  Now VH-AWL.
				16514 (c/n 299/1111)
				16515 (c/n 300/1112)
				16516 (c/n 301/1113)
				16517 (c/n 302/1114) to civil registry as N9762Z, C-FYEX, N73Q.  Still current
				16518 (c/n 303/1115)
				16519 (c/n 304/1116)
				16520 (c/n 305/1117) to civil registry as N67207 (Civil Defense, Vidalia, LA, then
					Hartley Inc, Branch River Air Service, King Salomon, AK).  Ditched in
					4 feet of water while taking off Brooks Lake, AK Sep 24, 1966.  Cancelled
					Oct 1997.  Wreck sold as N93V (NTU), then reverted to N67207.  Stored
					with Sheyenne Air, Argusville, ND since Jan 31, 2001.
				16521 (c/n 306/1118) to civil registry as N311N Jan 1972, returned to 51-16521 for
					storage at MASDC, then to civil registry as N17395 and C-GWDW.  Still
					current
				16522 (c/n 307/1119) to civil registry as N5156G, C-GUML, still current.
				16523 (c/n 309/1121)
				16524 (c/n 310/1122) stored at MASDC Jun 1972.  To civil registry as N1441Z, C-GKBW.
					Still current. Was N9755F at some point.
				16525 (c/n 311/1123) to civil registry as N7212N.  Still current
				16526 (c/n 312/1124) became N9751F.
				16527 (c/n 313/1125) to civil registry as N541R.
				16531 (c/n 323/1134) to civil registry as N62873 (Channel Flying, Juneau, AK).
					Crashed Pelican, AK Apr 19, 1989.  2 killed.
				16532 (c/n 325/1135) to MASDC Mar 1974.  To civil registry as N90721.  Cancelled 1995.  In 2008 was a wreck
					behind a shed amongst trees at Kinston Regional Jetport, NC
				16533 (c/n 326/1136) used by 10th TRW, and w/o in ground accident at Spangdahlem, West Germany Apr 15, 1959.
				16534 (c/n 327/1137) to Vietnam AF
				16535 (c/n 328/1138)
				16536 (c/n 329/1139) to civil registry as N5163G (Civil Air Patrol), N2SF
				16537 (c/n 330/1140) to civil registry as N5165G (Civil Air Patrol), N212NY,
					C-GATO
				16538 (c/n 331/1141) to civil registry as C-GNKR.  Current
				16539 (c/n 332/1142) to civil registry as N1106M, N539DH.  Current
				16544 (c/n 340/1149) to civil registry as N765 (US Dept of Interior), N46DG.  Current.
				16545 (c/n 342/1151) to civil registry as N4794C (Civil Air Patrol).   Still current
				16546 (c/n 343/1152)
				16548 (c/n 348/1157) to N4795C, N9755Z, C-GKMN
				16549 (c/n 349/1158) 
				16552 (c/n 352/1161) to N62874, C-GERE
				16553 (c/n 354/1162) to civil registry as N4796C (Civil Air Patrol), C-GMLD, N765ME,
					N63PS, C-GCYM.  Current
				16554 (c/n 355/1163) to Australian civil registry as VH-AAH (Aerial
					Agriculture Ltd, Bankstown, NSW) in 1966.  Crashed at
					Bulgroo, NSW Jul 25, 1979.
				16555 (c/n 356/1164) to civil registry as C-GDZH.  Current
				16556 (c/n 357/1165) to civil registry as N4797C, then N7023.  Current
				16557 (c/n 358/1166) to civil registry as N2848D (Interior Airways), C-FBBG.  Current
				16558 (c/n 364/1171) to civil registry as N9194R (Department of Emergency, Phoenix,
					AZ), N62300, CF-MAY, N364RA.  Current
				16559 (c/n 365/1172)
				16560 (c/n 366/1173) to civil registry as N17396 (Dept of Agriculture, Mission, TX
					1970), then stored MASDC May 1973 to Feb 1976.  Registered N111EB, current
					with Uyak Air Service, Kodiak, AK
				16561 (c/n 367/1174)  transferred to US Navy when Control of MATS activities in Iceland was handed
					over to USN July 1961 and was reserialled in BuNo range 150191
				16564 (c/n 374/1180) to civil registry as N7160C, CF-MXR, and C-FMXR.  Current with
					Pacific Eagle Aviation, Port McNeill, BC since 2001
				16565 (c/n 375/1181)
				16566 (c/n 381/1186)
				16567 (C/n 382/1187). Became N7164C, then CF-MHR, then N7942C, then CF-ZKU, 
					then C-FZKU. Registered Apr 3, 2003 to Trionex Ltd of Amos, QC as C-FMGD.
				16568 (c/n 388/1192) to civil registry as N9825F, N17393.  Current with Skydive Inc,
					St Paul, MN 2004.  Registered N554BB Mar 26, 2009.
				16569 (c/n 389/1193) to N91285
				16570 (c/n 390/1194) to civil registry as N9758Z, CF-CDT, C-FCDT.  Current with
					Lakelse Air, Terrace, BC since 1994.
				16571 (c/n 391/1195, 17th Liaison Sq) crashed Mar 23, 1953.
51-16572/16641		Piasecki H-25A Army Mule
				50 to US Navy as BuNo 147582/147630, 149088
				16590 to USN as 147600
				16616 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				16621 to Royal Canadian Navy May 1954 as 925, later 245, later 621.  By 1980
					was at a technical school at Vancouver IAP wearing false identity C-BVSD.
					Donated to Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation in 1982.  In Feb 2003
					delivered to Shearwater Aviation Museum, NS.  With Classic Rotors Museum, 
					Ramona, California as N7089F in Nov 2010.
				16622 to Royal Canadian Navy May 1954 as 622.  Then to US civil registry as N6699D.
					Noted Mar 2004 in Helicopter Museum, Weston-super-Mare, England
				16623 to Royal Canadian Navy May 1954.  To Canadian War Museum 1965, restored. 
					Noted Jun 19, 2005 in Canadian Aviation Museu, Rockliffe, Canada
51-16642		Bell H-13D Sioux
				redesignated OH-13D in 1962.
51-16643/16751		Republic F-84G-26-RE Thunderjet
				16643 to Portugal as FAP 5150
				16645 to Portugal as FAP 5130
				16648 to Portugal as FAP 5168
				16650 to Portugal as FAP 5144
				16651 to Portugal as FAP 5134
				16653 to Portugal as FAP 5151
				16657 to Taiwan and as 130 displayed at Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan (Aug 2009)
				16661 to Turkish AF
				16663 (c/n 2842-1723B) to Norwegian AF
				16664 to Norwegian AF
				16665 (c/n 2842-1725B) to Denmark as KA-D, SI-X, A-665.   Preserved at Historiske Forening Museet, Denmark
				16666 to Turkish AF
				16667 to Turkish AF
				16668 (c/n 2842-1728B) to Norwegian AF
				16669 to Portugal as FAP 5153
				16672 to Portugal as FAP 5131
				16673 to Turkish AF
				16674 to Portugal as FAP 5140
				16678 (c/n 2842-1738B) to Denmark as SY-M.  W/o Jun 27, 1958 at Skrydstrup AB
				16681 (c/n 2842-1741B) to Norwegian AF as MU-1
				16682 to Turkish AF
				16684 to Portugal as FAP 5132.  Crashed Jul 1, 1955
				16689 (c/n 2842-1749B) to Netherlands AF as K-186.  Later to Denmark as SY-T.  Scrapped
				16700 to Turkish AF
				16701 to Turkish AF
				16702 to Norwegian AF
				16707 to Norwegian AF
				16712 (c/n 2842-1772B) to Norwegian AF as MU-I
				16719 used by Thunderbirds
				16726 to Turkish AF
				16727 to Netherlands AF as K-167.  W/o in 1957
				16729 to Italy
				16730 to Italy as 6-25, 51-26.  To Portugal as FAP 5218.  Crashed Jun 25, 1959
				16731 to Turkish AF
				16732 to Turkish AF
				16735 to Netherlands AF as K-164.  Returned to USAF in 1956
				16737 (c/n 2842-1797B) to Norwegian AF as AH-Q
				16739 to Norwegian AF
				16740 to Italy
				16645 to Netherlands AF as K-169.  Returned to USAF in 1956, and later to Portugal as FAP 5207
				16746 to Italy
				16747 ()c/n 2842-1807B) to Norwegian AF
				16749 to Greek AF
51-16752/16863		de Havilland of Canada L-20A Beaver 
				For US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.  These planes received a dual c/n system, a factory
					number and a number assigned to planes produced specificially for USAF/US Army
					procurements starting at 1000.
				16752 (c/n 155, Army c/n 1003) operated in Korea, may have worn
					16572 in error
				16753 (c/n 157, Army c/n 1004)
				16754 (c/n 159, Army c/n 1005) operated in Korea,destroyed Nov 4, 1967
				16762 (c/n 189/1010) 
				16770 (c/n 204, Army c/n 1027) 
				16771 (c/n 207, Army c/n 1029) to civil registry as N65033, C-GJZQ.
				16772 (c/n 209, Army c/n 1030) on display at Imjingpak, South Korea in 2008. 
				16774 (c/n 211) to N49235
				16778 (c/n 219, Army c/n 1038)
				16780 (c/n 224, Army c/n 1042) operated in Korea
				16781 (c/n 225, Army c/n 1043)
				16782 (c/n 229, Army c/n 1047) 
				16783 (c/n 230, Army c/n 1048) operated in Korea
				16784 (c/n 234, Army c/n 1052) to civil registry as C-GMAQ
				16789 (c/n 243, Army c/n 1061)
				16791 (c/n 245, Army c/n 1067) to civil registry as N77WK, VH-BVA.
				16793 (c/n 250) to civil registry as N608PD with Nassau County PD in May 1975.  To Cradle of Aviation Museum,
					Mitchel Field,  Garden City, NY and currently registered as N324WB.
				16794 (c/n 251, Army c/n 1068) to civil registry as N64398
				16795 (c/n 255, Army c/n 1071) to civil registry as N9002, N46936, C-GDEU, N41MW, N255JF
				16796 (c/n 256, Army c/n 1072) to civil registry as N1018B, N166BM
				16797 (c/n 257, Army c/n 1073) to civil registry as C-GVHT.  Crashed Aug 14, 2001 
				16798 (c/n 262, Army c/n 1077) to civil registry as N1018C, N698TK
				16800 (c/n 268, Army c/n 1082) to civil registry as C-GOLG, SE-FUH, N2104X, C-FMDB.
				16801 (c/n 269, Army c/n 1083) to civil registry as N37741, C-GMSX, N49443, N3129S,
					cancelled May 15, 1984
				16802 to civil registry as N9006
				16803 (c/n 274, Army c/n 1088) to civil registry as C-GHCT, N323RS
				16806 (c/n 281) FMS to Philippines.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-69
				16807 on civil registry as N9033, registration N87GC reserved Sep 20, 2004, taken
					up Jan 7, 2005.
				16808 (c/n 287, Army c/n 1101) to civil registry as N64505, N91364, C-GUWF.
				16810 (c/n 293, Army c/n 1106) to civil registry as N1018D.  Crashed while landing on
					Kashwitna River, AK Sep 25, 2004. 
				16811 (c/n 296/1108) to Thailand Army as 16811.  Noted derelict Vancouver, BC Sep 1984
				16812 (c/n 308, Army c/n 1120) to civil registry as N5978. 
				16813 (c/n 314/1126) Became C-GOUX, then N377JW. Reported sold to an owner in 
					Canada December 2003.  Registered Jul 13, 2004 to Minipi
					Aviation of Goose Bay, NF as C-FCOO
				16814 (c/n 315, Army c/n 1127) to civil registry as N37910, C-FABA,C-GGXH
				16816 (c/n 321, Army c/n 1132)
				16818 (c/n 336, Army c/n 1145) to C-FRBB
				16819 (c/n 337, Army c/n 1146) to civil registry as N47241, N337DH.
				16821 (c/n 345, Army c/n 1154) to civil registry as N9272Z
				16823 (c/n 347, Army c/n 1156) retured to USAF May 14, 1956.
				16830 (c/n 372, Army c/n 1178) to C-GAEF
				16831 (c/n 376, Army c/n 1182) to civil registry as N9770Z.  W/o Nov 25, 1974
				16832 (c/n 377, Army c/n 1183) 
				16833 (c/n 379, Army c/n 1184) 
				16834 (c/n 380, Army c/n 1185) to N9303A, N505LM, N114GA, N114GM
				16835 (c/n 383, Army c/n 1188) 
				16836 (c/n 384, Army c/n 1189) 
				16837 (c/n 386, Army c/n 1190) to Korean AF as 116837.  Preserved at War Memorial
					Museum, Seoul.
				16842 (c/n 397, Army c/n 1201) to civil registry as N9758Z, CF-TYB, C-FTYB (Tyee
					Airlines).  Crashed May 19, 1982, killing 2.
				16843 (c/n 398, Army c/n 1202) 
				16844 (c/n 399, Army c/n 1203) to civil registry as C-GNZO
				16845 (c/n 400, Army c/n 1204) to civil registry as C-GUGQ
				16846 (c/n 401, Army c/n 1205) was used by Illinois ANG before being stored at AMARC
					Feb 1972 to Feb 1976.  To civil registry as N67667, then C-GHMS.
				16848 (c/n 410, Army C/n 1212) to N6473
				16851 (c/n 416, Army c/n 1218) to civil registry as N1108Q.
				16852 (c/n 417, Army c/n 1219) 
				16853 (c/n 418, Army c/n 1220)  
				16854 (c/n 419, Army c/n 1221) 
				16855 (c/n 421, Army c/n 1222) to Philippines AF as 1222, then to civil registry as
					RP-C58 (Paradise Air), C-GDQR.  Broken up and parts used to rebuild c/n 819
					(54-1683)
				16856 (c/n 422) FMS to Philippines.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-76
				16858 (c/n 428, Army c/n 1229) to N108KS
				16860 (c/n 431, Army c/n 1231) to N1434Z
				16861 (c/n 432, Army c/n 1232) to civil registry as N62278, C-GMGV
				16862 (c/n 433, Army c/n 1233) pictured as Vietnamese RU-6 with
					through-wing dipoles and probably R-390 receivers 
				16863 (c/n 434, Army c/n 1234) to civil registry as N6472, N456LC.
51-16864/16973		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
				Some converted to TL-19A
				Redesignated O-1A and TO-1A in 1962
				16871 converted to O-1G.  Shot down by ground fire with 19th TASS near Xom Rach Bap, Binh
					Duong Province, SVN May 20, 1968.  2 crew KIA.
				16877 to Vietnam AF.  Shot down and crashed in street in Saigon Apr 30, 1975, just
					before the city fell to the North Vietnamese
				16880 to civil registry as N6996N
				16886 registered N16886 Jun 14, 2006 following importation from New
					Zealand.  Was originally from Vietnam.
				16889 to Austria as 3A-CT May 1959.  Crashed 8/18/1983, 2 killed.
				16902 (c/n 22736) to civil registry as N5258K.  On display 2008 at
					Fargo Air Museum, Fargo, ND
				16903 (c/n 22737) to civil registry as ZK-FYA.
				16905 (c/n 22739) to Thailand
				16926 on civilian registry as C-GSOY.
				16929 (c/n 22787) on civil registry as N119PP and flown in Army markings.
				16943 (c/n 22808) to N5301G
				16944 to South Korean AF. On display in 2012 at Daegu IAP, South Korea.
				16955 to Austria as 3A-CU May 1959.
				16956 to Austria as 3A-CV May 1959
				16960 (c/n 22834) to civil registry as N140R
				16963 (c/n 22840) to civil reigistry as N9623Q May 21, 1973.
				16968 to Brazil in 1992.  Still flying as PP-EKJ.
				16970 (c/n 22854) became N2FS.  Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2006
					as scrapped.
				16971 to Thai AF as T2-15/13.  
				16973 (c/n 22860) to Thai AF, then Thai Navy 
51-16974/16975		Cancelled Contract
51-16976/16995		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				c/n 580-7095/7114. - for MDAP
				16977 (c/n 580-7096) to Denmark AF as DT-977.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 in hangar fire at Karup AB
				16988 at Gibsonburg, OH in 2008.
				16992 (c/n 580-7111) at Air Museum, Palm Springs RAP, CA Jan 2007.  Seen hangared at Pima in 2013.
51-16996/17002		Republic RF-84F-21-RE Thunderflash
				16996 to Belgium as FR-2 Sep 8, 1955. Crashed near Mettendorf, West Germany after flame-out Apr 19, 1960
				16997 to Netherlands as P-18.  w/o 6/3/58.
				16998 to Belgium as FR-3 Sep 10, 1955.  Stored at Koksijde Jun 17, 1972.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
				16699 to Belgium as FR-11 Aug 1956.  Crashed near Wahn/Lantremagne, West Germany Oct 31, 1956.
				17000 to Netherlands as P-6.  To Turkey Mar 1963 as 17000
				17001 to Netherlands as P-1.  Later to
					Greece as 17001.
				17002 to Netherlands as P-12.  W/o 10/13/58
51-17003/17015		Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
				17003 to West Germany as EB-114, later EB-314
				17004 to West Germany as EB-109
				17005 to West Germany as EB-247, later EB-347
				17006 to West Germany as EB-104, later EB-304
				17007 to West Germany as EB-108 as a replacement aircraft
				17009 to West Germany as EB-232.  52-7291 also quoted as EB-232
				17010 to West Germany as EB-370
				17011 to West Germany as EB-237, later EB-337.  Later transferred to Greece.  Noted 1997 at 
					Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
				17013 to West Germany as EB-101, later EB-301.  To Baumholder in 1967.
				17014 w/o Aug 29, 1957
				17015 to Belgium as FR-30. Oct 9, 1963.  Stored Koksijde Sep 16, 1971.  To Technical school at Saffraanberg
					as instructional airframe Jan 17, 1974.  Moved to Bierset after May 1994.  Noted preserved at Temploux-Namur
					by Feb 2006.  Acquired by Musee de L'Air Aug 2010.  Noted at Le Bourget-Dugny, Paris Sep 2010.
51-17016/17036		Republic RF-84F-26-RE Thunderflash
				17017 to French AF
				17018 to Turkish AF Sep 1956.
				17019 to French AF as 33-CF
				17020 to Taiwan as 5601
				17021 to Germany as BD-701.  Wreck at Kaufbeuren
				17023 to Italian AF
				17024 to Italian AF
				17025 to Italian AF
				17026 to Italian AF
				17027 to French AF
				17028 to Taiwan as 5605
				17029 to Italian AF
				17030 to Italian AF
				17031 to Italian AF
				17032 to Italian AF
				17034 to Italian AF
				17035 to Italian AF
				17036 to Taiwan as 5607
51-17037/17042		Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
				17037 to Germany as EB-238
				17038 to Germany as EB-242, later EB-342.
				17041 to Germany as EB-243, later EB-343. At Furstenfeldbruck as BD-119
				17042 to Germany as EB-105.  W/o Aug 9, 1962.
51-17043/17058		Republic RF-84F-26-RE Thunderflash
				17043 to French AF
				17044 (c/n 354) to Royal Norwegian AF
				17045 (c/n 355) to Royal Norwegian AF.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway
				17046 (c/n 356) to Royal Norwegian AF  On display at Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway,
					marked as AZ-N
				17047 (c/n 357) to Royal Norwegian AF.  Front fuselage noted spring 2004 at Norwegian
					Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway
				17048 (c/n 358) to Royal Norwegian AF
				17050 (c/n 360) to Royal Norwegian AF
				17051 to Royal Norwegian AF
				17053 (c/n 363) to Royal Norwegian Af.  On display at Forsvarsmuseets Flysamling, Gardermoen, Norway
					marked as AZ-G
				17054 (c/n 364) to France as 33-TB.  Later to Danish AF as C-054.
				17055 (c/n 365) to Royal Norwegian AF.  Gate guard at Kjevik Airport, Kristiansand,
					Norway, marked as AZ-H
				17056 (c/n 366) to Royal Norwegian AF
				17058 (c/n 368) to Royal Norwegian AF
51-17059/17060		Republic XF-84H 
				17059 was at Kern County Airport, Bakersfield, CA.  Now on display at USAF Museum, Dayton OH.
				17060 thought to have been scrapped at project's end, with the plane's XT40 turboprop engine being
					used for development of A2D Skyshark.
51-17061/17088		Republic F-84F-35-RE Thunderstreak
				17079 cockpit section noted at Planes of Fame Jet Annex, Chino,CA Nov 2002
51-17089/17231		Canadian Car and Foundry T-6J-CCF Harvard 4
				c/n CCF4-271/413.  For MDAP, most to Belgium, France, Italy, and Turkey
				17108 (c/n CCF4-290) Registered N4290 Oct 9, 2007.  With Italian AF as MM53806
				17144 to Belgian AF Jul 1953.
				17202 (c/n CCF4-384) became I-RYGA, then HB-RAJ
				17215 to Belgian AF as H-144 Sep 1953
				17216 to Belgian AF Sep 1953.
51-17232/17351		Cancelled Contract
51-17352		English Electric Canberra B2
				ex-RAF WD940 used as pattern aircraft for B-57.  Aircraft was dismantled and shipped to various subcontractors.
51-17353		Cancelled Contract
51-17354/17364		North American T-6G Texan
				c/n 195-1/11
				Remanufactured aircraft
				17354,17355,17357,17359,17364 to LT-6G
51-17365/17367		Fairchild C-119G-1-FA Flying Boxcar 
				c/n 10777/10779.  For Italy under MDAP as MM51-17365/17367 
51-17368/17386		Boeing B-47E-75-BW Stratojet
				c/n 450660/450678
				17371 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17373 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17376 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17377 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17378 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17379 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17380 to MASDC.  
				17381 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17382 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17383 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17384 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
				17385 (68th BW) crashed on GCA final approach at Lake Charles AFB, LA Jul 20, 1954.  One killed, 3 survived.
				17386 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
51-17387		English Electric Canberra B2
				ex-RAF WD932 used as pattern aircraft for B-57.  Crashed Dec 21, 
					1951 during flight from Martin works at Baltimore.  Incorrect
					fuel handling led to tail heaviness which caused loss of
					control during high g maneuvering and subsequent wing failure.
					Both crewmen ejected, but one did not survive.
51-17388/17556		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				17388/17409 c/n 580-7115/7136
					17389 to France under MAP. Was preserved as gate guard at Wheelus AFB, Libya (now Mitiga AFB). 
						Abandoned there. Noted there damaged in 2006.
				17410/17443 c/n 580-7149/7182
				17444/17455 c/n 580-7137/7148
				17456/17467 c/n 580-7247/7258
				17468/17486 c/n 580-7362/7380
				17487/17511 c/n 580-7467/7491
				17512/17536 c/n 580-7572/7596
				17537/17556 c/n 580-7682/7701
				some for MDAP.
				17396.  There is a photograph of a Royal (i.e. pre-Gadaffi) Libyan 
					AF T-33 with serial 117396, allegedly taken at Idris AFB, Libya about 1959.
				17405 (c/n 580-7132) to Italy as TR-506
				17411 (c/n 580-7150) to KLu as M-54 in 1964.  SOC May 26, 1972
				17412 SOC Nov 22, 1963 and to France under MAP
				17413 (66th TRW) damaged by Aug 4, 1954 in unspecified incident.
					SOC at Sembach AB, (West) Germany Feb 23, 1955 for spares
					recovery.
				17414 (c/n 580-7153). To French AF as 117414. To Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBET.  W/o Dec 1985
				17415 SOC May 16, 1963 and to Staravia Ltd of Lasham, England as scrap.
				17416 (c/n 580-7155) to KLu as M-57 in 1964.  W/o Jun 8, 1965
				17417 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Feb 13, 1965
					for spares recovery.
				17428 SOC Nov 26, 1963 and to France under MAP
				17430 (3525 MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (52-9581 and
					52-9793) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ.  Pilot killed.
				17431 (c/n 580-7170) on display at American Legion Walter L. Fox Post No. 2 near Dover AFB, Delaware since 1965.
				17445 (c/n 580-7138) to Belgium as FT15 Nov 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown
					to Sculthorpe, England Nov 26, 1979.   To US cvil registry as N1180C in 1980.  To N410GH Nov 1987.
					To Connie Kalitta as N133CK Mar 1992.  To Heritage Air Oct 19, 2010.
				17449 to Greek AF
				17450 to Greek AF
				17451 to Italian AF.  To Turkey Oct 11, 1953.  Later crashed.  Plane bearing this serial number is on
					display at Auto ant Technik Museum, Sinsheim.
				17453 to Italian AF
				17454 to Italian AF
				17455 to Italian AF as MM51-17455.  Seen as gate guard at Decimomannu, Italy
				17459 (c/n 580-7250) to KLu as TR-12 in 1954.  W/o Jul 9, 1963
				17461 (c/n 580-7252) to KLu as TR-10 in 1953.  W/o Aug 11, 1958
				17462 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF
				17463 (c/n 580-7284) to Belgium as FT16 Dec 1953.  SOC Nov 1979. Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to
					Sculthorpe, England Dec 3, 1979.  To Yugoslav AF, converted into TT-13 target towing aircraft Oct 1980.
					Last noted in servive 1984.  To US civil registry as N533CB Jun 1990.  To Stockton Field Aviation museum Jul 19, 
					2012.
				17464 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10008
				17465 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10009
				17466 (c/n 580-7257) to KLu in 1953 as TR-11.  SOC May 25, 1972
				17467 to Italian AF
				17468 (c/n 580-7362) to Belgium as FT17 Dec 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to
					Sculthorpe, England Dec 3, 1979.  To Yugoslav AF, converted into TT-13 target towing aircraft Feb 1981.
					Last service Apr 1983.  To US civil registry as N125AT Jul 23, 1990.  NOted at Sacramento/McLellan Park
					Oct 2002.  Scrapped by Dec 2003.  Registration cancelled Dec 15, 2004 as "destroyed 2002"
				17469 (c/n 580-7363) to Belgium as FT18 Dec 1953.  W/o in midair collison with T-33 FT35 near Bogaerden May 13, 1959.
				17470 to Italian AF
				17471 to West German AF as AB-716, BD-716, BB-801, 94+01.  Now in museum at Speyer, Germany as T-33A 56-3659.
				17472 (c/n 580-3766) to French AF as 17472 with code 314-UG
				17473 (&330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF.
					Now on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK
				17474 to Italian AF
				17475 to West German AF as AB-725, DB-382.  W/o Sep 15, 1964.
				17476 to West German AF as AB-702, DA-397, JA-387.  To Turkey in 1969
				17477 to Italian AF.  W/o Jun 10, 1978
				17478 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF.
				17479 (c/n 580-7373) to Belgium as FT20 Jan 1954.  Belly landing at Chievres Oct 23, 1961.  Not repaired, SOC Sep 1962.
				17480 to West German AF as AB-703, BD-703, BB-802, 94+02.  At Westerland as ME-11.  Reported in
					Luftwaffe Museum restoration hangar as ND-204.
				17481 to West German AF as AB-708, DB-383, EC-375, MD-375, 94+03.  Scrapped in 1972
				17482 to West German AF as AB-704, BD-704, BB-803, 94+04.  Scrapped in 1970
				17483 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to West German AF.
				17484 (c/n 580-7378) to Italian AF.  On display as MM51-17484 at Rozzato, near Brescia, Italy 
				17485 to West German AF as AB-705, BB-705.  To Turkey
				17486 (7330th FTW) crashed by Jan 27, 1954.
				17488 to Italian AF
				17489 to Italian AF
				17490 (c/n 580-7470) to Denmark AF as DT-490.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
				17491 (c/n 580-7471) to KLu as TR-21 in 1954.  SOC Sep 15, 1972.  
				17492 (c/n 580-7472) to Denmark AF as DT-492.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
				17494 (c/n 580-7474) to Denmark AF as DT-494.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 in hangar fire at Karup AB
				17495 to Italian AF
				17497 (c/n 580-7477. To French AF as 117497. To Thai AF March 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-BKXM.  Actually went to Singapore AF with serial 376,
					not Thai AF.
				17498 (c/n 580-7469) to KLu in as TR-14 in 1954.  SOC Oct 12, 1971
				17499 to Italian AF.  W/o Mar 18, 1954 in harbor di Manfredonia (Foggia)
				17500 to West German AF as AB-717. W/o Jul 13, 1962
				17501 to West German AF as AB-726, DA-398, 94+05.  Scrapped 1972.
				17502 to West German AF as AB-707, BD-820, DF-395, EB-395, 94+06.
				17503 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF.  Later to Greek AF
				17505 (c/n 580-7485) to Belgium as FT19 Jan 1954.  Crashed at Wezeren Jun 15, 1960.
				17506 to Italian AFw/o Feb 7, 1971 at Montaletto di Cervia
				17508 to West German AF as AB-706, BA-706, DC-395.  W/o Apr 10, 1961.
				17509 to West German AF as AB-709, BD-709, BB-804, 94+07
				17510 (c/n 580-7490) to KLu in 1954.  W/o Feb 28, 1957.
				17512 to Italian AF.  W/o Aug 1954
				17513 (c/n 580-7573) to Belgium as FT21 Apr 1954.  SOC Oct 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  To Alverca, Portugal
					oCT 15, 1979.  To Portuguese AF as 1928.  SOC Sep 4, 1991.  Last noted stored at Beja Sep 2001.
				17514 to West German AF as AB-713, DB-397, 94+08.  To Greece as 17514.
				17516 (c/n 580-7576) to Denmark as DT-516.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
				17518 (c/n 58-7578) to KLu in 1954 as TR-22.  W/o Jun 9, 1954
				17519 to Turkey as 1-519.  On display at Izmir-Cigli AB.
				17521 to Greek AF
				17522 (c/n 580-7582. To French AF as 117522. To Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEU.  Also have this one as
					going to Norwegian AF as DP-1
				17523 to West German AF as AB-710, BD-710, BB-805, 94+09.  W/o May 2, 1968.
				17524 (c/n 580-7584) to Belgium as FT22 Apr 1954.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to
					Sculthorpe, England Dec 3, 1979.  To US civil registry as N1180D Sep 1981.  Cancelled Oct 31, 2013.
				17525 to West German AF as AB-718, DB-384, 94+10.  Scrapped in 1972.
				17526 to West German AF as AB-719, DB-398, 94+11.  Scrapped in 1972
				17527 to Italian AF
				17528 to Italian AF?
				17529 to Italian AF
				17530 (c/n 580-7590) to KLu in 1954.  W/o Jul 23, 1963.
				17531 to Italian AF
				17532 (c/n 580-7592) to Denmark AF as DT-532.  W/o Aug 9, 1968 near Sunds
				17533 SOC at 7330th FTW Jan 25, 1957 on transfer to West German AF.
				17534 (c/n 580-7594) to Italian AF as MM51-17534.  Preserved at Museo Aeroportuale at Cameri Air Base, Italy.
				17536 to Italian AF.  Noted preserved aas MM51-17536 at Capodichino, Napleas Apr 2009.
				17537/8 (c/n 580-7682/7683) were two of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered 
					March 24, 1954 as E.15-1 and E.15-2  These were Spain's first operational jets.
				17539 (c/n 580-7684) to Belgium as FT23 Apr 1954.  W/o Jul 11, 1961 at Oldenmark, Netherlands.
				17540 (c/n 580-7685) was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954 as E.15-3
				17541 (c/n 580-7686) to KLu as TR-28 in 1954.  SOC May 26, 1972.  Received by Turkish AF Sep 18, 1972.
					Now in Turkish AF museum in Ankara.
				17542 (c/n 580-7687) to KLu as TR-23 in 1954.  W/o Feb 11, 1955.  
				17543 (c/n 580-8688) was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954 as E.15-4.
				17544 (c/n 580-7689). To French AF as 117544. To Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982) as F11-38/26; ferry registration was F-GBEZ
				17545 to Greek AF
				17546 (c/n 580-7691) to Norwegian AF as DP-K.  On display at Gardermoen, near Oslo,
					Norway
				17547 (c/n 580-7692) was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954 as E.15-5
				17548 (7373rd ADW) SOC Mar 2954 on transfer under MDAP, possibly
					to Spanish AF.
				17549 (c/n 580-7694) to KLu as TR-25 in 1954.  SOC Dec 20, 1971  With Hellenic AF in 1999 and noted preserved
					at Maleme Jul 2008.
				17550 to West German AF as AB-711, BB-711, BD-847, BB-806, 94+12.  To Greece as 17550.
				17552 (7330th FTW) SOC Oct 25, 1954 on transfer under MDAP to an
					unknown AF.
				17553 to West German AF as AB-714, DA-371, JA-386, DE-399, DE-397, MA-397, 94+11.  Scrapped
				17554 was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954.  With Spanish AF as E.15-6 and
					preserved at Museo de Aeronautica Y Astronautica, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid
				17555 to West German AF as AB-712, DB-385, 94+13.  To Greece as 17555.
				17556 (c/n 580-7701) to KLu as TR-17 in 1954.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
51-17557/17580		Northrop XSM-62 Snark missiles
				17564/17580 c/n N-3278/3294
51-17581/17625		Bell XGAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
51-17626/17661		Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
				Ex-USN R6D-1s transferred to USAF to increase airlift capacity between USA and Korea as follows
				17626 ex BuNo 131567 (c/n 43670). Lost in inflight explosion off Argentia, Azores Jan 26, 1961.  23 killed.
				17627 ex BuNo 131568 (c/n 43671)
				17628 ex BuNo 131569 (c/n 43672)
				17629 ex BuNo 131570 (c/n 43673)
				17630 ex BuNo 131571 (c/n 43674)
				17631 ex BuNo 131572 (c/n 43675)
				17632 ex BuNo 131575 (c/n 43678)
				17633 ex BuNo 131576 (c/n 43679)
				17634 ex BuNo 131578 (c/n 43681) to civil registry as N4163Q
				17365 ex BuNo 131579 (c/n 43862)
				17636 ex BuNo 131580 (c/n 43683) to N38486F of Bellomy Lawson Inc, FL
				17637 ex BuNo 131581 (c/n 43684)
				17638 ex BUNo 131584 (c/n 43687) to MASDC Jun 19, 1975.
				17639 ex BuNo 131587 (c/n 43690)
				17640 ex BuNo 131589 (c/n 43692) loaned from US Navy.  Now on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum,
					Lackland AFB, TX.
				17641 ex BuNo 131590 (c/n 43693)
				17642 ex BuNo 131591 (c/n 43694)
				17643 ex BuNo 131593 (c/n 43696) acquired 1958, returned 1964.
				17644 ex BuNo 131594 (c/n 43697)
				17645 ex BuNo 131595 (c/n 43698)
				17646 ex Buno 131596 (c/n 43699) to N3443F
				17647 ex BuNo 131597 (c/n 43700)
				17648 ex BuNo 131598 (c/n 43701)
				17649 ex BuNo 131599 (c/n 43702)
				17650 ex BuNo 131601 (c/n 43704)
				17651 ex BuNo 131602 (c/n 43705).  Returned to US Navy but now on display at Travis AFB Museum as
					51-17651.
				17652 ex BuNo 131603 (c/n 43706)
				17653 ex BuNo 131607 (c/n 43710)
				17654 ex BuNo 131608 (c/n 43711)
				17655 ex BuNo 131610 (c/n 43713)
				17656 ex BuNo 131614 (c/n 43717) to N3022F.  To Canada as C-GBYA with Conifair Aviation, Inc and w/o Jun 26, 1989.
				17657 ex BuNo 131615 (c/n 43718)
				17658 ex BuNo 131616 (c/n 43719)
				17659 ex BuNo 131618 (c/n 43721)
				17660 ex BuNo 131619 (c/n 43722)
				17661 ex BuNo 131620 (c/n 43723).  17661 to South Korea
			 	Most returned to US Navy.
51-17662/17666		Sikorsky H-19A Chickasaw
				Redesignated UH-19A in 1962.  These were orginally delivered to US Marine Corps, went to France, and returned to USAF.
				17662 (c/n 55031) was former USN BuNo 127797 that had gone to France and returned to USAF Jun 1957.  
					Later to Royal Thai AF as 52-17662 Jan 29, 1959.  Reported to South Vietnam AF as 127797.
				17663 (c/n 55023) was former USN BuNo 127789 that had gone to France and returned to USAF Jun 1957.  
					Later to Royal Thai AF as 51-17663 Jan 29, 1959.  Reported to South Vietnam AF as 127789.
				17664 (c/n 55024) was former USN BuNo 127790 that had gone to France and returned to USAF Jun 1957.  
					Later to Royal Thai AF as 51-17664 Jan 29, 1959.  Reported to South Vietnam AF as 127790.
				17665 (c/n 55064) was former USN BuNo 127818 that had gone to France and returned to USAF Jun 1957.  
					Later to Royal Thai AF as 51-17665 Jan 29, 1959.  Reported to South Vietnam AF as 127818
				17666 (c/n 55070) was former USN BuNo 127832 that had gone to France and returned to USAF Jun 1957.  
					Later to Royal Thai AF as 51-17666 Jan 29, 1959.  Reported to South Vietnam AF as 127832.
51-17667/17668		Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
				Ex-USN R6D-1 131605 (c/n 43708) and 131613 (c/n 43716).	
				17668 converted to VC-118A.  Both returned to USN