1952 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised June 2, 2015


52-001/003	Boeing B-52A-1-BO Stratofortress
			MSN 16491/16493
			001 scrapped at Tinker AFB, 4/61
			002 converted to XB-52G. Turned over to Chanute AFB in summer of 1959 as ground trainer.  Used as trainer for 
				aircraft maintenance course and in 1965/66 it was used to make a training film for fire fighters.  It was
				moved to a safe area, some parts were removed, and then it was destroyed by fire.
			003 converted to NB-52A X-15 launcher.  Passed on to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
52-004/006	Boeing RB-52B-5-BO Stratofortress
			MSN 16494/16496
			004 named "The Tender Trap". Operated by 4925th Test Group, Kirtland AFB, NM during ‘Operation Redwing’ atomic tests at 
				Bikini Atoll May-July 1956. Designated as JB-52B and used for monitoring the nuclear detonation.
				Retired to MASDC 1/12/66.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
			005 modified to B-52B.  To 93rd BW at Castle AFB.  Retired to MASDC Feb 10, 1966.  To 3415th Maintenance
				and Supply Group at Lowry AFB.   To Lowry Technical Training Center as GB-52B ground
				training aircraft Oct 1975.  SOC April 1982.  Put on display at Lowry
				AFB Apr 1984.  Now known as Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
				after Lowry AFB closed in 1994.  
				Damaged in fire set by arsonist on July 12, 1998 but repaired. 
			006 retired to MASDC 2/5/66.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
52-007/013	Boeing RB-52B-10-BO Stratofortress
			MSN 16497/16503
			007 retired to MASDC 2/12/66.
				tested to destruction 1966
			008 converted to NB-52B carrier aircraft for X-15 and Lifting Body research programs.  To NASA as 008.  
				Scheduled to be retired from active service with NASA Dec 17, 2004.  To be retired to permanent display 
				at west gate of Edwards AFB.  In Dec 2012 was still seen at North Edwards, which means that it may not be
				going to the West gate.
			009 crashed 2/7/64 at unknown location due to
				fire in hydraulic system.
			010 retired to MASDC 2/15/66.
				tested to destruction at Holloman 5/66
			011 retired to MASDC 6/8/66.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
			012 retired to MASDC Feb 15, 1966.  Returned to service, but back at MASDC
				Jul 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
			013 operated by 4925th Test Group, Kirtland AFB, NM during ‘Operation Redwing’ atomic tests at Bikini Atoll 
				May-July 1956. Used May 16, 1956 to drop a Mk.15 ‘Zombie’ nuclear weapon [code named Cherokee] on Namu Island.
				To National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
52-014/018	Cancelled contract
52-019/028	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-1-DT Stratojet
			MSN 43634/43643.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			019 to MASDC Jul 31, 1962.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			020
			021 to MASDC Feb 28, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			022 to MASDC Mar 29, 1961
			023 (22nd BS, 22nd BW) crashed after undershooting landing at RAF Upper Heyford, UK Feb 8, 1954.  Four crewmen killed.
			024 to MASDC Jun 4, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			025 to MASDC Mar 8, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			026 to MASDC Jan 28, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			027 to MASDC Mar 8, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			028 to MASDC Jan 14, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
52-029/041	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-5-DT Stratojet
			MSN 43644/43656.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			029 (44th BW) crashed near Lake Charles AFB, Louisiana after midair collision with another B-47 during
				aerial refuelling Jan 5, 1955.  4 crewmembers killed (navigator ejected and was never found)
			030 to MASDC Jan 4, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			031 converted to EB-47L.   To MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Declared excess
				Jan 14, 1969
			032 (96th BW) crashed at McDill AFB, FL when it ran off runway during landing.  Also reported as having gone to MASDC Feb 16, 1953
				and declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			033 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Dec 13, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			034 to MASDC Mar 25, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 22, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			035 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC.  Declared excess Dec 13, 1968.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			036 to MASDC Jul 6, 1960
			037 to MASDC Jul 6, 1960
			038 converted to EB-47L. To MASDC Mar 26, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
			039 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			040 to MASDC Jun 13, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			041 to MASDC Nov 30, 1964.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965. Declared excess Oct 2, 1968.  Scrapped at MASDC
52-042/058	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-10-DT Stratojet
			MSN 43657/43669, 43751/43754.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			042 (MSN 43657) to MASDC Jan 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			043 (MSN 43658) to MASDC Aug 23, 1960
			044 (MSN 43659) to MASDC Mar 10, 1960
			045 (68th BW) crashed into trailer park while attempting to land at Lake Charles AFB, Louisiana Feb 28, 1955.
				3 crewmen killed, plus two civilians killed on the ground
			046 (308th BW) crashed 7 mi NW of North, SC Mar 16, 1955 due to fuel starvation after four missed approaches due to
				bad weather.  Crew ejected
			047 (306 BW, MacDill AFB Fl) crashed into Tampa Bay, Florida after inflight fire on Sept 27, 1960. Crew ejected
			048 (MSN 43663) to MASDC Apr 11, 1961
			049 (379th BW) caught fire and crashed on approach to Homestead AFB, Florida on 15 Jan 1957. 
				Two crewmembers killed, two survived.
			050 (MSN 43665) to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			051 (9th BW) crashed in Yellowstone National Park after midair collision with a KC-135 May 3, 1963.  3 crewmen killed.
			052 (MSN 43667) to MASDC Jan 31, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			053 (2nd BW) exploded on the flight line Feb 22, 1954.
			054 (307th BWS) brake chute failed and overran runway at Lincoln AFB, NE May 24, 1955.  No injuries.
			055 (MSN 43751) to MASDC Mar 8, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			056 (MSN 43752) to MASDC Feb 8, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			057 (MSN 43753) to MASDC Dec 19, 1962.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			058 (MSN 43754) to MASDC Feb 8, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
52-059/081	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-15-DT Stratojet
			MSN 43755/43777.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			059 to MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			060 to MASDC May 13, 1964.  Declared excess Jul 9, 1968
			061 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess Feb 1968
			062 to MASDC Feb 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			063 to MASDC Jun 7, 1961
			064 to MASDC Jun 13, 1961.  To reclamation Mar 31, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			065 to MASDC Aug 14, 1964
			066 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Nov 30, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 1968
			067 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965.  Declared excess Dec 1968
			068 to MASDC Jan 31, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
			069 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 1968
			070 (96th BW) hit telephone pole on approach to Amarillo AFB, Texas and crashed Jan 3, 1956.  3 crewmen killed.
			071 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  Declared excess Dec 13, 1968.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			072 to MASDC May 25, 1961
			073 to MASDC May 29, 1961
			074 to MASDC Jan 21, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			075 to MASDC Apr 26, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			076 to MASDC Jul 8, 1960
			077 to MASDC Nov 15, 1962.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			078 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 1969 
			079 to MASDC Sep 28, 1960
			080 to MASDC Jun 22, 1961.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			081 to MASDC Mar 12, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Dec 13, 1968.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
52-082/111	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-20-DT Stratojet
			MSN 43778/43807
			082 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968.
				Scrapped at MASDC
			083 (3910th Air Base Group) destroyed in ground accident at RAF Lakenheath, UK Nov 25, 1954.
			084 to MASDC Feb 12, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			085 to MASDC May 26, 1961
			086 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965.  Declared excess Dec 1968
			087 to MASDC Mar 12, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			088
			089 to MASDC Jan 14, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			090 
			091 to MASDC Feb 12, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 16, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			092
			093
			094 to MASDC Jan 30, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			095 to MASDC Jan 3, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			096 to MASDC Apr 19, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			097 to MASDC Mar 8, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			098 to MASDC Feb 5, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			099 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Dec 13, 1968.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			100 to MASDC Mar 12, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			101 to MASDC Apr 12, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			102 WFU from 310th BW
			103 to MASDC Mar 13, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			104 WFU from 310th BW
			105 to MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			106 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			107 WFU from 310th BW
			108 WFU from 310th BW
			109 WFU from 310th BW
			110 WFU from 310th BW
			111 WFU from 310th BW
52-112/120	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-25-DT Stratojet
			MSN 43808/43816.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			112 WFU with 310th BW
			113 WFU with 310th BW
			114 WFU with 310th BW
			115 WFU with 310th BW
			116 WFU with 310th BW
			117 WFU with 310th BW
			118 WFU with 310th BW
			119 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			120 WFU with 310th BW
52-121/135	Grumman SA-16A Albatross 
			Transferred to USCG as UF-1G 2121/2135
			124 (MSN 351/10C) to USCG as 2124.  
			126 (MSN G-353) to USCG as 2126.  On civil registry as N333CV.  Stored at TUS
			132 (MSN G-359) to USCG as 2132.  Noted in 1998 at Tucson, AZ still in USCG scheme and number.  Noted as
				N226GR at Sun'n'Fun 2002, Lakeland, FL.
			135 (MSN G-362) to USCG as 2135.  Stored at TUS.
52-136/137	Grumman SA-16 Albatross
			Transferred to Spanish AF/Ejercito del Aire under MAP in 1954.
			136 (MSN 363) Spanish serial was AD.1-1.
			137 (MSN 364) Spanish serial was AD.1-2 
52-138/145	Cancelled contract
52-146/176	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-25-DT Stratojet
			MSN 44000/44030.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			146
			147 to MASDC Feb 27, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			148 to MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 16, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			149 to MASDC Feb 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			150 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			151 (22nd BW) crashed on landing in bad weather at March AFB, California on 31 Oct 1956. One crewman killed
			152 to MASDC Feb 4, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			153 to MASDC Feb 13, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Scrapped at MASDC
			154 to MASDC Nov 19, 1964.  Converted to EB-47L at MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968.  Scrapped at MASDC
			155 to MASDC Feb 5, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			156 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			157 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			158 scrapped on China Lake Range, California in 1975
			159 scrapped on China Lane Range, California in 1975
			160 (509th BW) w/o in belly landing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire.
			161 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			162 to MASDC Jan 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			163 to MASDC May 13, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			164 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 16, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			165 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			166 was used by USN and retired to China Lake, California. It was flown from there to 
				Castle AFB Jun 17, 1986; believed to be the last flight of a B-47
				Now on display at Castle Air Museum, California
			167 to MASDC Jan 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			168 to MASDC Jan 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			169 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			170 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			171 (100th BW) collided with KC-135 63-8882 during midair refuelling 410 mi
				SSE of Harmon AB, Newfoundland Feb 26, 1965.  Both aircraft lost.
			172 to MASDC.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			173 to MASDC Jan 18, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			174 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			175 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			176 to MASDC Jan 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
52-177/201	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-30-DT Stratojet
			MSN 44031/44055.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			177 to MASDC Jun 18, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			178 to MASDC Jun 23, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			179 (2nd BW) left runway at Hunter AFB, Georgia May 8, 1959 and was destroyed
			180 WFU with 9th BW
			181 (40th BW, Schilling AFB, KS) aircraft crashed short of runway on approach to Biggs AFB, Texas on 27 Feb 1958. 
				One crewman killed.
			182 to MASDC Jun 18, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			183 to MASDC Dec 9, 1964. Probably scrapped at MASDC
			184 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			185 WFU with 98th BW
			186 (98th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed on 13 Dec 1957 while on approach to Duluth APT, Minnesota
				following the failure of three engines. Crew of three killed
			187 to MASDC Jan 21, 1965. Declared excess Oct 16, 1968.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			188 to MASDC.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			189 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			190 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			191 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			192 to MASDC Jan 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			193 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			194 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			195 to MASDC Feb 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			196 to MASDC Mar 7, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			197 to MASDC Mar 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			198 to MASDC Feb 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			199 to MASDC Feb 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			200 to 3320th Maintenance Group.  WFU
			201 to MASDC Jan 24, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
52-202/207	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-10-LM Stratojet
			MSN 10/15.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing.
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			202 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
			203 to MASDC Feb 25, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
			204 to  MASDC Mar 12, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L at MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
			205 (306 BW, MacDill AFB, FL) crashed into Tampa Bay Nov 3, 1959 after engine explosion. At least one 
				crew member survived.
			206 to MASDC May 19, 1961
			207 to MASDC Jan 16, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
52-208/220	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-15-LM Stratojet
			MSN 16/28.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			208 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			209 to MASDC Mar 13, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			210 to MASSDC May 16, 1961
			211 to MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC.    Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
			212 to MASDC Mar 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			213 WFU from 384th BW.
			214 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
			215
			216 to MASDC Jan 13, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 16, 1968
			217 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1964.  Declared excess Jan 1969
			218 to MASDC
			219 To MASDC Sep 16, 1960
			220 To MASDC Nov 23, 1964.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC.  
52-221/235	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-20-LM Stratojet
			MSN 29/43.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			221 crashed in Florida Jul 25, 1955.  Converted to JB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1961
			222 to MASDC Jun 15, 1960
			223 to MASDC  Jun 1, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			224 to MASDC Nov 19, 1964.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC.  
			225 WFU from 384th BW
			226 to MASDC Apr 11, 1961
			227 WFU from 3320th Maintenance Group
			228 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			229 crashed 3 mi WSW of Townsend, GA June 21, 1954 after a bomb bay fire.  Four crewmen killed.
			230 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			231 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			232
			233 to MASDC Jan 27, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			234 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			235 (306th BW) crashed after takeoff from MacDill AFB, Florida Apr 15, 1958.  Four crewmen killed.
52-236/260	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-25-LM Stratojet
			MSN 44/68.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			236 to MASDC Jun 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC.
			237 to MASDC May 5, 1960
			238 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			239 to MASDC Mar 14, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			240 to MASDC Mar 23, 1961
			241 (306th BW) crashed on Eglin AFB, Florida bombing range Dec 4, 1957.  Three crewmen killed.
			242 (368th BS, 306th BW) crashed on takeoff from Sidi Slimane AB in French Morocco Jan 31, 1958. Four crewmen
				killed.  Nuclear weapon aboard released some radiation in fire but did not explode.
			243 to MASDC May 24, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			244 (306th BW) crashed on Avon Park bombing range, Florida after wing snapped off while climbing Mar 21, 1958.
				Four crewmen killed.
			245 to MASDC Jun 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			246 to MASDC Dec 9, 1964.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			247 (306th BW) crashed into Tampa Bay after takeoff from MacDill AFB, Florida Dec 16, 1958.  Four crewmen killed.
			248 to MASDC May 17, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			249 to MASDC 
			250
			251
			252 used as ground trainer for atomic bomb loading crews at Goose Bay AB, Labrador in the late 1950s.
			253 to MASDC Jun 17, 1960
			254
			255 converted to TB-47E.  Scrapped at RAF Fairford, UK
			256
			257 to MASDC Jun 7, 1960
			258 scrapped at RAF Greenham Common, UK
			259
			260 to MASDC Jun 2, 1960
52-261/292	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-30-LM Stratojet
			MSN 69/100.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			261 to MASDC Apr 21, 1960
			262 to MASDC May 4, 1960
			263 to MASDC Jun 20, 1960
			264 to MASDC May 17, 1960
			265 to MASDC Mar 28, 1960
			266 to MASDC Aug 5, 1960
			267 to MASDC May 10, 1960
			268
			269 to MASDC Jun 22, 1960
			270 to MASDC Jun 9, 1960
			271 was on display inside of front gate at Bunker Hill AFB, Indiana
				Plane marked as 52-271 is now at Grissom AFB Air Park, Indiana.
			272 to MASDC Jun 23, 1960
			273 to MASDC Apr 4, 1961
			274 to MASDC Jun 14, 1960
			275 to MASDC Jun 27, 1960
			276 to MASDC Jun 8, 1960
			277
			278 to MASDC May 28, 1961
			279 WFU from 310th BW
			280 to MASDC Jan 27, 1965.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			281 WFU from 310th BW
			282 crashed in Kansas Aug 18, 1955.  To MASDC Aug 20, 1960
			283 to MASDC
			284 WFU from 310th BW
			285 (310th BW) crashed in Kansas Sep 24, 1954
			286 to MASDC May 11, 1960
			287 to MASDC Apr 12, 1960
			288 to MASDC May 12, 1960
			289 WFU from 310th BW
			290 WFU from 310th BW
			291 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
			292 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
52-293/330	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-35-LM Stratojet
			MSN 101/138.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			293 to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			294 to MASDC Jan 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			295 to MASDC Aug 17, 1960
			298 to MASDC Mar 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			299 to MASDC Apr 6, 1960
			300 to MASDC Apr 27, 1961
			302 to MASDC Aug 25, 1960
			303 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 12, 1965
			304 to MASDC May 17, 1960
			305 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
				Probably scrapped at MASDC
			307 to MASDC Apr 13, 1960
			308 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
			309 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 12, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
			310 to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			311 to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969.  Probably scrapped at MASDC
			312 to MASDC Feb 17, 1967
			313 to MASDC Jan 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			314 to MASDC Jan 19, 1965
			315 to MASDC 
			316 to MASDC
			317 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
			318 to MASDC Jan 20, 1965
			319 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965
			321 (384th BW) crashed in 1964 just NE of Little Rock AFB, killing 4 crew plus 2 small children playing outside in a sandbox.
			322 (98th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed on takeoff from Goose Bay AB, Canada on 25 April 1958. Two killed, one survived
			323 to MASDC Apr 1, 1964
			324 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
			325 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			326 to MASDC Oct 26, 1965. 
			327 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
			328 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965
			329 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
			330 to MASDC Apr 22, 1964 
52-331/362	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-40-LM Stratojet
			MSN 139/170.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			331 to MASDC Jun 8, 1964
			332 to MASDC Feb 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			333 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965.
			334 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965
			335 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
			336 (5th BS, 9th BW) crashed on takeoff from Misawa AB, Japan Oct 21, 1955.  One crewman killed.
			337 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			338 to MASDC
			339 (100th BW) crashed on takeoff from Pease AFB, New Hampshire Dec 8, 1964.  Four crewmen killed.
			340 to MASDC Jan 24, 1965.
			341 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
			342 to MASDC Jul 7, 1964
			343 to MASDC Jul 14, 1964
			344 to MASDC Jan 18, 1965
			345 to MASDC 
			346 to MASDC Jan 7, 1965
			347 (98th BW) crashed on takeoff from Lincoln AFB, Nebraska in bad weather Nov 15, 1961.
			348 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964
			349 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
			350 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
			351 to MASDC Feb 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			352 to MASDC Dec 15, 1964
			353 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
			354 to MASDC Jan 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			355 to MASDC Jul 14, 1964
			356 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
			357 to MASDC Jul 6, 1964
			358 to MASDC Jul 24, 1964
			359 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
			360 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965
			361 to MASDC
			362 to MASDC Jul 17, 1964
52-363/393	Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-45-LM Stratojet
			MSN 171/201.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			363 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
			364 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
			365 to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			366 (9th BW) crashed on takeoff from Mountain Home AFB, Idaho due to bad weather Feb 6, 1964.  Four crewmen killed.
			367 to MASDC Oct 21, 1964
			368 to MASDC May 21, 1964
			369 (98th BW) destroyed on ground by crashing F-80 44-85234 along with 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Nov 17, 1956.  
				Pilot of F-80 and two ground crew in 52-369 were killed.
			370 converted to JB-47E.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1967.  Converted back
				to B-47E at MASDC Sep 17, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
			371 to MASDC Aug 5, 1964
			372 to MASDC May 13, 1964
			373 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
			374 to MASDC Jan 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			375 to MASDC Oct 19, 1965
			376 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
			377 to MASDC Jan 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			378 to MASDC
			379 to MASDC Dec 16, 1964
			380 to MASDC
			381 to MASDC May 26, 1964
			382 to MASDC May 20, 1964
			383 to MASDC
			384 to MASDC
			385 to MASDC Aug 5, 1964
			386 (303rd BW) crashed and burned on takeoff from RAF Fairford, UK May 1, 1955
			387 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
			388 (22nd BW) exploded in midair 50 mi WSW of San Miguel Island, California Feb 5, 1958.  3 killed.
			389 to JB-47E, then converted to NB-47E Aug 1960.  To MASDC
			390 (96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX) On 23 July, 1962 while descending from cruise altitude to low level route, it 
				struck Mt. Emigrant Peak, Montana.  Four crewmembers killed.
			391 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
			392 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
			393 to MASDC Jan 31, 1963
52-394/431	Boeing B-47E-80-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450679/450716.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			394 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 5, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969.  Offered for sale at auction
				Apr 27, 2015.
			395 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 21, 1964
			396 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1964
			397 (376th BW) crashed during takeoff at RAF Upper Heyford, UK Aug 2, 1955 and badly damaged.  While up on a
				crane being repaired, the cable snapped and the aircraft broke its spine.  Later was gutted for parts and
				the hulk was sold to an English scrap dealer.
			398 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L. To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			399 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC May 21, 1964
			400 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			401 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1964
			402 (376th BW, Lockbourne AFB, OH) stalled, crashed on 23 Oct 1958 during JATO takeoff. Crew of four killed
			403 convereted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1964
			404 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965
			405 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			406 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			407 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			408 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			409 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			410 (MSN 450695) converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Operated by US Navy as BuNo 24100 until 1977.  Put on
				display at Pease AFB, NH.  Pease AFB closed in 1991 and 410 was disassembled and trucked
				to South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.  Restoration project failed 2002.  Nose section
				and engine sent to Dayton, Ohio to be used in 52-4299 project.  A private owner in Ohio has the forward fuselage.
			411 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			412 (MSN 450697) converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1965.   Flown by US Navy as BuNo 24120 until 1977.  
				Now on display at Dyess Linear Air Park, Dyess, Texas, marked as 24120
			413 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				Put on display at Altus AFB, Oklahoma.
			414 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jul 30, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			415 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			416 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			417 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC May 19, 1964.  
			418 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			419 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			420 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1965.  
			421 (376th BW) crashed on takeoff from Barkseale AFB, Louisiana Jul 14, 955
			422 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			423 (98th BW) crashed on takeoff from Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Nov 15, 1961.  Four crewmen killed.
			424 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			425 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			426 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1964. 
			427 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC May 22, 1964. 
			428 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC May 18, 1964.   Declared excess Jan 1969
			429 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			430 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1965.  
			431 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
52-432/469	Boeing B-47E-85-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450717/450754.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			432 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
			433 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			434 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			435 converted to EB-47L.  WFU with 376th BW
			436 to MASDC Apr 2, 1964
			437 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC May 21, 1964. 
			438 to MASDC Jul 28, 1964
			439 (376th BW) DBR in accident at Lake Charles AFB, Louisiana Mar 7, 1957
			440 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1964. 
			441 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			442 to MASDC Jul 29, 1964
			443 to MASDC Feb 8, 1965
			444 to MASDC Jan 28, 1963
			445 to MASDC Jan 13, 1965
			446 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			447 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			448 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
			449 to MASDC
			450 (98th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed during instrument approach at Lincoln AFB, Nebraska on 2 May 1956. Four crew killed.
			451 WFU from 98th BW
			452 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
			453 to MASDC Jan 29, 1963
			454 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965. 
			455 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
			456 (98th BW Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed Apr 5, 1957 at Lincoln AFB, Nebraska while making crosswind landing on 
				training flight. Crew escaped, but aircraft burned and was destroyed.
			457 to MASDC May 18, 1964
			458 (301st BW) crashed after aborted takeoff from Barksdale AFB, Louisiana Dec 6, 1957.  Four crewmen killed.
			459 (384th BW) crashed near Collegeport, Texas Apr 10, 1962.  Two crewmen killed.
			460 WFU from 98th BW
			461 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			462 WFU from 98th BW
			463 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965
			464 to MASDC Jan 12, 1965
			465 to MASDC Jan 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			466 to MASDC Aug 14, 1964
			467 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			468 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			469 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
52-470/507	Boeing B-47E-90-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450755/450792.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			470 (376th BW) crashed after inflight explosion near North Collins, New York Apr 10, 1958.  Four crewmen killed.
			471 converted to EB-47E, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
			472 WFU from 376th BW
			473 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			474 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
			475 (384th BW) crshed and burned at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas Apr 21, 1961
			476 to MASDC May 13, 1964
			477 to MASDC Nov 10, 1964
			478 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
			479 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
			480 to MASDC Feb 1966.  Declared exces Jan 28, 1969
			481 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
			482 to MASDC
			483 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
			484 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
			485 to MASDC Jan 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			486 to MASDC Feb 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			487 to MASDC Feb 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			488 to MASDC Jan 7, 1965
			489 to MASDC May 26, 1964
			490 (305th BW) crashed while landing at Ben Gurerir AB, French Morocco Mar 15, 1955
			491 (40th BW) ran off runway at Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas May 20, 1959 and destroyed.
			492 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965
			493 to MASDC 
			494 to MASDC Jan 25, 1963
			495 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
			496 to MASDC
			497 to MASDC Jul 24, 1964
			498 (40th BW, Schilling AFB, KS) crashed on landing 14 Jan 1960 at Eielson AFB, Alaska. Two crew killed, 
				two survived.  Went to MASDC Jul 1964.
			499 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964
			500 (308th BW, Hunter AFB, GA) crashed while landing at NAS Atlanta, Georgia Oct 14, 1955 on a go-around 
				after pilot realized he was lined up to the wrong airport.  Crew status unknown.
			501 to MASDC Jan 27, 1965
			502 (43rd BW, 63rd BS)
			503 to MASDC May 6, 1964
			504 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964
			505
			506 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
			507 to MASDC Jan 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
52-508/545	Boeing B-47E-95-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450793/4507830.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			508 to MASDC
			509
			510 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 5, 1965
			511 to MASDC Feb 12, 1963
			512 to MASDC Sep 14, 1964
			513 converted to EB-47L.  TO MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
			514 converted to JB-47E-86-BW.  To MASDC Feb 28, 1966 and converted back to B-47E at MASDC
				Sep 17, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969.
			515 WFU with 301st BW
			516 to MASDC Feb 8, 1963
			517 to MASDC Jul 29, 1964
			518 to MASDC Jan 4, 1965
			519 to MASDC Jan 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			520 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
			521 to MASDC Feb 13, 1963
			522 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
			523 to MASDC Nov 9 1964
			524 to MASDC Jan 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			525 (509th BW) w/o after colliding with B-47E 53-2296 on the runway at RAF Upper Heyford, England May 26, 1964
			526 (509th BW) crashed after power loss Aug 3, 1962.  3 crewmen killed.
			527 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
			528 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
			529 to MASDC Jan 19, 1965
			530 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
			531 to MASDC Jan 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			532 to MASDC Feb 15, 1963
			533 (22nd BW) crashed on takeoff from March AFB, California Jan 12, 1961.  One crewmen killed.
			534 (306th BW, 369th BS) disappeared enroute from MacDill AFB, FL to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco Mar 10, 1956.  Crew
				of four missing and presumed killed.  Nothing found from the plane or the two nuclear weapons that were aboard..
			535 (306th BW) crashed 6.5 mi E of Tampa, Florida after midair collision with B-47 51-2286 Dec 19, 1955.  
				Three crewmen killed.
			536 (307th BW) scrapped on China Lake Range, California in 1975
			537 to MASDC Jan 11, 1963
			538
			539 to MASDC Jan 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			540 to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			541 to MASDC Aug 13, 1964.
			542
			543 to MASDC 
			544 to MASDC May 8, 1964
			545 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
52-546/583	Boeing B-47E-100-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450831/450868.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			546 to MASDC Sep 21, 1964
			547 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
			548 to MASDC Nov 16, 1964
			549 to MASDC Jun 15, 1964
			550 to MASDC Dec 14, 1964
			551 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
			552 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964
			553 (303rd BW Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ) on Aug 22, 1962 crashed into mountain in Idaho on low-level route. Crew of three killed
			554 WFU from 25th BS, 40th BW
			555 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964
			556 (340th BW Whiteman, AFB MO) crashed and burned on landing at Whiteman AFB, Missouri 14 Oct 1960. Discrepancy among AF 
				records whether crew survived
			557 to MASDC Jan 26, 1965
			558 to MASDC
			559 to MASDC Jun 23, 1964
			560 to MASDC Apr 15, 1964
			561 WFU from 44th BS, 40th BW.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1963
			562 (509th BW) crashed after takeoff from Pease AFB, New Hampshire Apr 15, 1958.  Four crewmen killed.
			563 (98th BW0 crashed due to mechanical failure near Springfield, Minnesota Feb 21, 1963.  Four crewmen killed.
			564 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
			565 (40th BW, Smokey Hill AFB, KS) on Jun 26, 1956 aircraft crashed into a wheat field near Salina, Kansas
				on landing due to severe wind condition. Crew of 3 killed.
			566 (40th BW, Schilling AFB, KS) crashed near Hugaton, Kansas on training mission due to control problems 
				on Jan 5, 1960. Three crewmen killed, one survived.
			567 to MASDC Feb 27, 1963
			568 to MASDC May 20, 1964
			569 to MASDC Jan 12, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			570 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
			571 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
			572 (40th BW, Smokey Hill AFB, KS) Tire blew on takeoff from Smokey Hill AFB, Kansas, on July 13, 1956. 
				Aircraft went into overrun area and exploded.  Four crewmembers killed.
			573 to MASDC Dec 16, 1964
			574 to MASDC Jan 7, 1965
			575 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
			576 WFU from 40th BW.  To MASDC
			577 to MASDC Oct 26, 1965
			578 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			579 to MASDC
			580 (40th BW) crashed after engine fire near Galva, Kansas Kansas Oct 4, 1955
			581 to MASDC Jul 22, 1964
			582 to MASDC Oct 26, 1965
			583 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
52-584/620	Boeing B-47E-105-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450869/450905.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			584 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			585 to MASDC
			586 to MASDC Jan 6, 1964
			587 to MASDC Jul 28, 1964
			588 to MASDC Feb 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			589 to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			590 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964
			591 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
			592 to MASDC Jan 28, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			593 to MASDC Jan 6, 1965
			594 to MASDC May 11, 1964
			595 on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
			596 to MASDC
			597 to MASDC
			598 to MASDC Jan 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
			599 to MASDC Jun 18, 1964
			600 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
			601 to MASDC Jul 17, 1964
			602 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
			603 to MASDC May 6, 1964
			604 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
			605 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
			606 (96th BW) overshot runway and crashed while landing at Dobbins AFB, Georgia Oct 21, 1959.
			607 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
			608 to MASDC Jan 19, 1965
			609 to MASDC Jul 1966.  Dropped from inventory Oct 1967.
			610 to MASDC Jun 13, 1964
			611 to MASDC Mar 18, 1964
			612 to MASDC May 27, 1964
			613 to MASDC Jul 6, 1964
			614 to MASDC Apr 1, 1964
			615 (22nd BW) crashed on takeoff from March AFB, California, Jan 5, 1962.  3 crewmen killed.
			616 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Converted to QB-47E drone.
			617 to MASDC Jun 11, 1964
			618 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
			619 to MASDC Mar 8, 1963
			620 to MASDC Jan 16, 1963
52-621/684	Cancelled contract for B-47E Stratojet
52-685/719	Boeing RB-47E-20-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450906/450940
			685 WFU with 26th SRW
			686 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1958
			687 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1958
			688 to MASDC Jun 23, 1958
			689 to MASDC May 27, 1958
			690 to MASDC Jun 30, 1958
			691 to MASDC Jun 26, 1958
			692 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1958
			693 to MASDC Jun 24, 1958
			694 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1958
			695 to MASDC Jun 26, 1958
			696 to MASDC Jun 30, 1958
			697 to MASDC Jun 25, 1958
			698 to MASDC Jun 30, 1958
			699 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1958
			700 re-fitted with Westinghouse APQ-56 SLAR in 1954
			701 to MASDC Apr 5, 1950
			702 (90th SRW) crashed near Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri Oct 21, 1959.  Two crewmen killed.
			703 to MASDC Apr 28, 1960
			704 to MASDC Apr 21, 1960
			705 to MASDC Apr 26, 1960
			706 to MASDC Apr 12, 1960
			707 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1958
			708 to MASDC Apr 8, 1960
			709 to MASDC Jun 26, 1958
			710 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1958
			711 to MASDC Apr 27, 1960
			712 (4th SRS, 26th SRW) crashed in Ohio Jun 23, 1955.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1958
			713 to MASDC Sep 20, 1961
			714 to MASDC Apr 13, 1960
			715 to MASDC Jun 27, 1958
			716 (90th SRW) crashed when flew into thunderstorm near Perrin, Missouri  Apr 13, 1960.  Four crewmen killed.
			717 WFU with 26th SRW.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1958
			718 to MASDC Sep 25, 1961
			719 to MASDC Sep 28, 1961
52-720/754	Boeing RB-47E-25-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450941/450975.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			720 (26th SRW) crashed S of Lancaster, Ohio due to mechanical failure Feb 26, 1958.  Four crewmen killed.
			721 to MASDC May 12, 1960
			722 to MASDC Oct 30, 1957
			723 (26th SRW) w/o in Ohio Jul 11, 1955.  To MSASDC Jun 27, 1958
			724 to MASDC May 26, 1958
			725 to MASDC Jun 30, 1958
			726 (90th SRW) crashed while landing at Forbes AFB, Kansas Sep 25, 1958.
			727 to MASDC Sep 22, 1961
			728 to MASDC Sep 22, 1961
			729 to MASDC May 17, 1961
			730
			731 to MASDC Nov 1, 1957
			732 to MASDC Sep 26, 1961.  Sent to reclamation Jun 21, 1966
			733 to MASDC Sep 12, 1961.
			734 to MASDC Sep 25, 1961
			735 to MASDC Sep 19, 1961
			736 to MASDC Nov 1, 1957
			737 to MASDC Nov 4, 1957
			738 to MASDC Nov 1, 1957
			739 to MASDC Nov 4, 1957
			740 to MASDC Nov 7, 1957
			741 to MASDC Jan 17, 1961
			742 (90th SRW) crashed due to poor visibility at El Paso Airport, Texas Mar 25, 1955.  Three crewmen killed.
			743 to MASDC Sep 7, 1961
			744 (70th SRW) crashed while landing at Wichita Airport, Kansas Sep 29, 1958.  Four crewmen killed.
			745 to MASDC Sep 20, 1961
			746 to MASDC Sep 19, 1961
			747 to MASDC Jul 28, 1958
			748 to MASDC Sep 26, 1961
			749 to MASDC Aug 20, 1958
			750 to MASDC Jun 13, 1961
			751
			752 to MASDC Sep 22, 1961
			753 (90th SRW, Schilling AFB, KS) crashed on landing at Forbes AFB, Kansas during training flight Aug 8, 1957. 
				AC destroyed by post-crash fire. Status of crew unknown.  Also listed as going to MASDC Sep 19, 1958
			754 
52-755/789	Boeing RB-47E-30-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450976/4501010.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			755 to MASDC Sep 13, 1961 
			756 to MASDC Aug 13, 1960
			757 to MASDC Aug 2, 1960
			758
			759 to MASDC May 26, 1960
			760 to MASDC Jun 6, 1961
			761 (70th SRW, Little Rock AFB, AR) stalled and crashed during refueling near Pittsburgh, Texas on 1 May 1957. 
				Three crewmen ejected, one crewmember killed
			762 to MASDC May 20, 1960
			763 to MASDC May 15, 1960
			764 to MASDC Jun 12, 1961
			765 to MASDC Mah 2, 1960
			766 (4347th CCTW) crashed and burned Jan 9, 1961.  Three crewmen killed.
			767 to MASDC Mar 21, 1961
			768 to MASDC Feb 28, 1961
			769 to MASDC Apr 17, 1962
			770 (90th SRW, Forbes AFB, KS) crashed 10 mi from Olathe, Kansas Oct 29, 1954 in high speed spiral.  
				Two crewmen killed, one ejected
			771 to MASDC Sep 12, 1961
			772 to MASDC May 15, 1961
			773 to MASDC May 18, 1961
			774 to MASDC May 6, 1960
			775 to MASDC Sep 20, 1961
			776 to MASDC Sep 27, 1961
			777 to MASDC Apr 12, 1962
			778 to MASDC Sep 22, 1961
			779 to MASDC May 23, 1960
			780 to MASDC Sep 25, 1961
			781 to MASDC Jan 9, 1961
			782 to MASDC May 16, 1960
			783 to MASDC May 10, 1961
			784 to MASDC Jun 8, 1961
			785 (26th SRW) stalled and crashed at Lockbourne AFB, Ohio Nov 30, 1955.
			786 to MASDC Oct 11, 1960
			787 to MASDC May 29, 1961
			788 to MASDC May 22, 1962.  Sent to reclamation Jun 21, 1966
			789 to MASDC May 24, 1961
52-790/825	Boeing RB-47E-35-BW Stratojet
			MSN 4501011/4501046.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			790 to MASDC Apr 19, 1961
			791 to MASDC Jun 27, 1961.  Salvaged 1961
			792 to MASDC May 24, 1960
			793 to MASDC May 22, 1961
			794 to MASDC Jan 18, 1961
			795 to MASDC Jan 23, 1961
			796 to MASDC Sep 20, 1961
			797 to MASDC Sep 19, 1961
			798 to MASDC May 11, 1960
			799 to MASDC Sep 28, 1961
			800 to MASDC Sep 22, 1961
			801 to MASDC May 22, 1962
			802 to MASDC Feb 27, 1961
			803 to MASDC Apr 4, 1961
			804 to MASDC May 18, 1960
			805 to MASDC Oct 30, 1962
			806
			807
			808 to MASDC 
			809 to MASDC.  Sent to reclamation Jun 21, 1966
			810 to MASDC
			811 to MASDC
			812 to MASDC
			813 to MASDC
			814 (3970th CSG) slid off runway at Torrejon AB, Spain on Jan 27, 1960. Crew uninjured. Sent to salvage Mar 10, 1960
			815 to MASDC
			816
			817
			818 WFU from 26th SRW
			819 to MASDC
			820
			821 to MASDC
			822
			823
			824 (70th SRW, Little Rock AFB, AR) crashed in a spin on training flight near Pine Bluff, Arkansas 
				on 29 Oct 1958. Two killed, two ejected
			825 to MASDC
52-826/859	Boeing KC-97G-21-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16520/16553.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			827/832,835/838,840,843,857/859 converted to C-97G.
			833,841,842,844 converted to KC-97L
			826 to MADDC Apr 25, 1963
			827 (MSN 16521) to MASDC 
			828 (MSN 16522) to MASDC as CH544 Feb 20, 1975.  Sold to Aero Spacelines, broken up for parts and sold to Airbus,
				to France and used to build Super Guppty SGT 201-4(F) F-GEAI.  Combined with section 45 from original Super Guppy
				N20214V which was originally from B77 MSN 15924.  F-GEAI sold to NASA as N941NA
			829 (MSN 16523) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 16, 1969
			830 (MSN 16524) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1969
			831 (MSN 16525) converted to C-97G.  Named City of Phoenix in 1972 with 161st MAG of Arizona ANG.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1975.  
				Declared excess Oct 1, 1975.  
			832 (MSN 16526) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1971
			833 (KC-97L) to MASDC as CH608 Jan 11, 1978.  In 1997 the nose was on display at Darkhorse Group Military Aviation Museum, 
				Long Beach AP, CA.  Nose noted Jun 2007 at Aviation Warehouse,
				El Mirage, CA
			834 converted to NC-97K. To MASDC Jul 21, 1964.
			835 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 30, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969.
			836 (MSN 16530) converted to C-97G.  Named "City of Tucson" with 197th MAS, Arizona ANG in May 1972. 
				To MASDC as CH530 Jul 19, 1972
			837 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
			838 (MSN 16532) converted to C-97G. Named “City of Flagstaff” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972. 
				To MASDC as CH531 Oct 6, 1972.
			841 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH584 Dec 17, 1976
			842 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH577 Nov 19, 1976
			843 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 26, 1967
			845 to MASDC May 2, 1963
			846 to MASDC May 3, 1963
			847 to MASDC May 13, 1963
			848 to MASDC May 14, 1963
			849 to MASDC May 15, 1963
			850 to MASDC Oct 22, 1963
			851 to MASDC May 16, 1963
			852 to MASDC May 17, 1963
			853 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
			854 to MASDC Apr 24, 1963
			855 to MASDC Apr 30, 1963
			857 (MSN 16551) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as HB-ILZ with
				Balair Air Lines of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red
				Cross by Foundation For Airborne Relief in the Biafran
				Air Lift.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1970.  Scrapped.  Balair was part-owned by Swissair but after
				the demise of the Swissair Group, became Belair, a subsidiary of Air Berlin.
			858 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1968
			859 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH446 Apr 8, 1970
52-860/893	Boeing KC-97G-22-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16554/16587.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			862,871,873,874,876/878,885,886,888,890 converted to C-97G
			869,870,883,884,0892 converted to KC-97L
			861 to MASDC Oct 22, 1963
			862 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1968
			863 to MASDC May 17, 1963
			864 to MASDC Sep 10, 1963
			866 to MASDC Oct 16, 1963
			867 to MASDC May 16, 1963
			868 to MASDC Jun 3, 1963
			869 to MASDC as CH605 Dec 16, 1977
			870 converted to KC-97L.  TO MASDC as CH582 Dec 17. 1976
			872 to MASDC Aug 24, 1964
			873 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Oct 2, 1968
			874 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 6, 1968
			875 to MASDC Sep 17, 1963
			876 converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as N52876 and later 
				as HB-ILH.  To MASDC Apr 11, 1970
			877 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1970
			878 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Sep 11, 1965.
			879 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
			880 to MASDC Oct 22, 1963
			881 to MASDC Apr 23, 1963
			882 to MASDC Oct 16, 1963
			883 to civilian registry as N39178.
			884 converted to KC-97L  To MASDC as CH560 Apr 6, 1976
			885 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 16, 1969
			886 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 9, 1967
			887 to MASDC Sep 17, 1963
			888 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1971
			889 to MASDC Jun 3, 1963
			890 converted to C-97G.  TO MASDC Jun 19, 1969.
			891 crashed in Florida Jun 7, 1955.
			892 converted to KC-97L. To MASDC as CH556 Jun 27, 1975
52-894/929	Boeing KC-97G-23-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16588/16623.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			894,897/899,908,911,915,917,921/929 converted to C-97G.
			895,900/905,918 converted to KC-97L
			894 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1968
			895 (OMSN 16589) converted to KC-97L.  To N1365D and on display at Rogue Valley Airport, Medford, Oregon.  
			897 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1970
			898 on display at Chanute Air Museum, Ranoul, Illinois.
			899 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969
			900 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Dec 29, 1976
			901 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH557 Nov 3, 1975
			902 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH578 Nov 19, 1976
			903 converted to KC-97L
			904 converted to KC-97L.  With Wisconsin ANG crashed on landing at Milwaukee-Mitichell APT, WI
				Jan 29, 1969.  4 of 11 onboard killed.
			905 converted to KC-97L.  Put on display at Volk Field ANGB, Camp Douglas, Wisconsim.
			906 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 14, 1967
			907 crashed Dec 19, 1964 at Harmon AFB, Stephenville, Newfoundland
			908 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1967 
			909 (376th Air Refueling Sqdn) crashed summer 1958 due to runaway prop.  All crew bailed out safely.
			910 to MASDC Jul 23, 1963
			911 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967.  Declaared excess Oct 28, 1969
			912 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965
			913 to MASDC Mar 23, 1965
			914 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
			915 converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52915.  Temporarily registered as HB-ILF.  To MASDC as CH438 Mar 13, 1970.
			916 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH520 Apr 21, 1972
			917 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967.  Declared excess Mar 22, 1967
			918 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH579 Nov 19, 1976
			919 crashed on takeoff at Lincoln AFB Apr 15, 1960 after landing gear collapsed.
				24 airmen were on board, but ony 7 were injured.  Plane was totally destroyed.
			921 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1971
			922 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC to Jul 19, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
			923 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH553 Jun 30, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 1, 1975
			924 Named “City of Glendale” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972. Converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1975
			925 converted to C-97G.  To Balair Air Lines in Switzerland in 1969.  To MASDC May 2, 1970.
				as HB-ILX and operated by Balair for the Red Cross by Foundation for
				Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift.  To MASDC May 2, 1970.  Scrapped.
			926 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 28, 1969.  Declared excess Jun 17, 1969
			927 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1968
			928 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1971
			929 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH505 Jun 23, 1971
52-930/938	Boeing KC-97G-24-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16624/16632.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			930/932,934 converted to C-97G.
			931 (MSN 16625) converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52600.
				Temporarily registered as HB-ILL operated by Nordchurchaid (Joint
				Church Aid flown by Flight Test Research.  To MASDC May 14, 1970.
				Scrapped.
			932 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 14, 1969. Declared excess Jun 17, 1969
			934 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1969.  Declared excess Jul 9, 1969
			935 converted to C-97G.  Named “City of Scotsdale” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972.  To MASDC as CH533 Dec 4, 1972
			936 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 16, 1971
			937 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH445 Apr 8, 1970
			938 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1971.
52-939/1089	Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
			MSN 43848/43998
			939 (MSN 43848) to MASDC Feb 24, 1972
			940 (MSN 43849) to MASDC as CQ233 Jan 24, 1972
			941 (MSN 43850) to MASDC Feb 24, 1972
			942 (MSN 43851) to MASDC as CQ121 Nov 25, 1969
			943 (MSN 43852) on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
			944 (MSN 43853) to MASDC as CQ331 Mar 28, 1973
			945 (MSN 43854) to MASDC as CQ309 Aug 22, 1972
			946 (MSN 43855) to MASDC Sep 9, 1969
			947 (MSN 43856) to MASDC as CQ307 Aug 15, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.  on display in South Korea?
			948 (MSN 43857) to MASDC as CQ330 Mar 7, 1973.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
			949 (MSN 43858) to MASDC as CQ273 Apr 19, 1972
			951 (MSN 43860) in ground accident at Hill AFB, UT Sep 11, 1969
			952 (MSN 43861) to MASDC as CQ302 Jul 24, 1972
			953 (MSN 43862) to MASDC as CQ157 Feb 17, 1971
			954 (MSN 43863) to MASDC Apr 19, 1971.
			955 (MSN 43864) to MASDC as CQ026 Apr 14, 1969
			956 (MSN 43865) to MASDC as CQ325 Dec 17, 1972
			957 (MSN 43866) to MASDC as CQ255 to MASDC Dec 10, 1971
			958 (MSN 43867) to MASDC Apr 16, 1969
			959 (MSN 43868) to MASDC Apr 9, 1969
			960 (MSN 43869) to MASDC Apr 21, 1969
			961 (MSN 43870) to MASDC Apr 21, 1969
			962 (MSN 43871) to MASDC Jan 23, 1969
			963 (MSN 43872) to MASDC as CQ104 Nov 4, 1969
			964 (MSN 43873) to MASDC as CQ266 Apr 5, 1972
			965 (MSN 43874) to MASDC as CQ256 Mar 8, 1972.
			966 (MSN 43875) to MASDC Feb 16, 1972.
			967 (MSN 43876) to MASDC as CQ332 Mar 29, 1973.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
			968 (MSN 43877, 28th ATS) missing over Pacific Jan 2, 1964.  8 crew missing.  Never found.
			969 (MSN 43878) crashed Jan 8, 1961 at Spangdahlem AB, Germany.  No one was killed.
			970 (MSN 43879) to MASDC May 19, 1971
			971 (MSN 43880) to MASDC as CQ329 Mar 6, 1973.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
			972 (MSN 43881) to MASDC as CQ069 May 16, 1969
			973 (MSN 43882) to MASDC Sep 1, 1971.
			974 (MSN 43883) to MASDC May 13, 1969
			975 (MSN 43884) to MASDC as CQ321 Oct 30, 1972.
			976 (MSN 43885) to MASDC as CQ310 Sep 15, 1972
			977 (MSN 43886) to MASDC Apr 4, 1969
			978 (MSN 43887) to MASDC Jan 7, 1971
			979 (MSN 43888) to MASDC as CQ323 Nov 20, 1972.
			980 (MSN 43889) crashed in Sierra Nevada mountains near Mulhacen peak,
				Spain Feb 12, 1966.  8 killed 
			981 (MSN 43890) collided with C-119C 49-0195 Mar 27, 1958.  15 killed.
			982 (MSN 43891) damaged in landing at McMurdo, Antarctica Oct 21, 1956.  To MASDC as CQ147 Oct 13, 1970
			983 (MSN 43892) damaged on landing at McMurdo, Antarctica Nov 28, 1956.  To MASDC as CQ108 Oct 8, 1971.
			984 (MSN 43893) to MASDC Apr 1, 1971.
			985 (MSN 43894) to MASDC May 19, 1971.
			986 (MSN 43895) to MASDC Apr 8, 1971
			987 (MSN 43896) to MASDC Jan 7, 1971
			988 (MSN 43897) to MASDC Apr 9, 1969
			989 (MSN 43898) to MASDC Apr 23, 1969
			990 (MSN 43899) to MASDC as CQ254 Feb 29, 1972. 
			991 (MSN 43900) crashed during landing at Iqaluit-Frobisher Bay Apt, 
				Newfoundland, Canada Apr 27, 1955.
			992 (MSN 43901) to MASDC as CQ324 Nov 20, 1972
			993 (MSN 43902) crashed at Recife, Brazil Jun 19, 1960.  I have a reference
				which indicates that this crash might have been in Suriname.  From Aviation Safety Network: Written off 
				(damaged beyond repair) 4,5 km (2.8 mls) W of Paramaribo-Zanderij International Airport (PBM), Suriname. The aircraft flew into 
				trees while on final approach in poor weather. The airplane was approaching Paramaribo (PBM) in Suriname for a refueling stop on 
				its way to Recife, Brazil.
			994 (MSN 43903) had been N86599 with Detroit Institute of Aeronautics before being flown to McChord, 
				where it arrived (under its own steam!) Oct 9, 1986 - believed the last ever flight of a C-124
				Now on display at McChord Air Museum, Washington.
			995 (MSN 43904) crashed 6 mi from Ankara-Esenboga, Turkey during approach
				in poor weather Nov 28, 1957.  3 of 6 onboard killed.
			996 (MSN 43905) to MASDC as CQ317 Oct 11, 1972
			997 (MSN 43906) to MASDC as CQ316 Sep 28, 1972
			998 (MSN 43907) assigned to 9th TCS/1607th ATW based at Dover AFB, DE.  To MASDC as CQ318 Oct 11, 1972.
			999 (MSN 43908) to MASDC as CQ311 Sep 26, 1972.
			1000 (MSN 43909) on display at Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum, Travis AFB, California.
			1001 (MSN 43910) to MASDC Oct 19, 1971
			1002 (MSN 43911) with 9th TCS/1607th ATW, based at Dover AFB, Del in 1953.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972.
			1003 (MSN 43912) to MASDC as CQ313 Sep 27, 1972.
			1004 (MSN 43913) to MASDC as CQ334 Aug 13, 1973.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona
			1005 (MSN 43914) crashed into tree orchard while carrying out touch-and-goes
				at Palm Beach AFB, FL.
			1006 (MSN 43915) to MASDC May 5, 1969
			1007 (MSN 43916) to MASDC Feb 17, 1972
			1008 (MSN 43917) broke up in severe thunderstorm over western Oklahoma
				May 9, 1964.  All aboard killed.
			1009 (MSN 43918) to MASDC as CQ073 May 24, 1969
			1010 (MSN 43919) to MASDC as CQ150 Dec 18, 1970
			1011 (MSN 43920) to MASDC as CQ320 Oc5 12, 1972.
			1012 (MSN 43921) DBR in Philippines Aug 7, 1967.
			1013 (MSN 43922) to MASDC Dec 1, 1969
			1014 (MSN 43923) to MASDC as CQ237 Feb 1, 1972
			1015 (MSN 43924, *State of Oregon*) crashed on landing at McMurdo, Antarctica Nov 29, 1956.  Parts
				used in repair of 52-0982 and 52-0983.  Remainder used as storage shed.
			1016 (MSN 43925) crashlanded on a ranch 5 mi SE of Killeen, TX due to engine trouble May 29, 1955.  
				All 10 crew OK.  Plane was repaired and flown out Aug 1955.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971.
			1017 (MSN 43926) crashed Cape Roget, Antarctica Oct 15, 1958.  6 killed, 7 survived.
			1018 (MSN 43927) DBR at Bergstrom AFB, TX Aug 30, 1968.
			1019 (MSN 43928) to MASDC as CQ335 Aug 27, 1973.  Declared excess Dec 19, 1973.
			1020 (MSN 43929) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970.
			1021 (MSN 43930) crashed near El Paso-Biggs AAF, TX Aug 31, 1957.  Struck
				ground on final approach in bad weather.  5 of 15 onboard killed.
			1022 (MSN 43931) to MASDC as CQ281 Apr 26, 1972.
			1024 (MSN 43933) to MASDC as CQ332 Nov 1, 1972.
			1025 (MSN 43934) to MASDC as CQ300 Jul 24, 1972
			1026 (MSN 43935) to MASDC as CQ294 Jun 21, 1972
			1027 (MSN 43936) destroyed on ground by hangar fire at McChord AFB, WA
				Jan 15, 1957.
			1028 (MSN 43937) to MASDC Jul 11, 1974 as CQ341.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
			1029 (MSN 43938) to MASDC Jul 24, 1974 as CQ338.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
			1030 (MSN 43939) to MASDC Aug 3, 1972 as CQ304
			1031 (MSN 43940) to MASDC May 28, 1969 
			1032 (MSN 43941) to MASDC Jul 17, 1974 as CQ345.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
			1033 (MSN 43942) to MASDC Jun 6, 1972 as CQ290
			1034 (MSN 43943) to MASDC Sep 28, 1972 as CQ315
			1035 (MSN 43944) to MASDC Dec 17, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
			1036 (MSN 43945) To MASDC as CQ293 Jun 16, 1972.
			1038 (MSN 43947) to MASDC Aug 13, 1974 as CQ360.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
			1039 (MSN 43948) to MASDC Jul 17, 1974 as CQ352.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
			1040 (MSN 43949) broken up at Salt Lake City, UT 1969 or 1970.
			1041 (MSN 43950) to MASDC Nov 10, 1971 as CQ217
			1042 (MSN 43951) to MASDC Jul 3, 1974 as CQ340,  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
			1043 (MSN 43952) to MASDC Apr 3, 1972 as CQ264
			1044 (MSN 43953) to MASDC Jul 23, 1974 as CQ356
			1045 (MSN 43954) to MASDC Feb 8, 1972 as CQ238
			1046 (MSN 43955) to MASDC Feb 22, 1972 as CQ246
			1047 (MSN 43956) to MASDC as CQ0297 Jul 10, 1972
			1049 (MSN 43958) crashed into side of Pavolf Volcano, Alaska Aug 26, 1970.
				All 7 onboard killed.
			1050 (MSN 43959) to MASDC May 12, 1969
			1051 (MSN 43960) to MASDC May 1, 1969 as CQ050
			1052 (MSN 43961) w/o Sep 12, 1954 near Thule, Greenland
			1053 (MSN 43962) to MASDC Apr 10, 1972 as CQ269
			1054 (MSN 43963) to MASDC Jun 22, 1971 as CQ192
			1055 (MSN 43964) crashed 40 mi From Zanderij IAP, Surinam May 3, 1972 when
				flew into a hill.  8 onboard killed.
			1056 (MSN 43965) to MASDC May 9, 1969 as CQ060
			1057 (MSN 43966) to MASDC Jul 22, 1974 as CQ354. Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
			1058 (MSN 43967) crashed into mountain in Greece Jan 22, 1965 on flight from Italy to Athens.
			1059 (MSN 43968) to MASDC as CQ301 Jul 23, 1972.
			1060 (MSN 43969) to MASDC Jul 11, 1974 as CQ343
			1061 (MSN 43970) damaged Jun 3, 1955 at Erie, Pennsylvania.  To MASDC as CQ312 Sep 26, 1972  
			1062 (MSN 43971) crashed Apr 18, 1960 at Stephenville, Harmon AB, Newfoundland, Canada.  Failed to climb after
				takeoff and collided with a 450-foot hill.  All 9 aboard killed.
			1063 (MSN 43972) to MASDC Apr 28, 1969
			1064 (MSN 43973) damaged in ground accident at Burtonwood, UK Dec 6, 1954.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1969
			1065 (MSN 43974) to MASDC Jul 16, 1974 as CQ348
			1066 (MSN 43975) to MASDC as CQ362 Sep 19, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974. Put on display at WPAFB Museum, 
				marked as 51-0135
			1067 (MSN 43976) to MASDC Jun 23, 1974 as CQ337
			1068 (MSN 43977) to MASDC May 5, 1969 
			1069 (MSN 43978) converted to JC-124C for use as turboprop testbed, with 5th engine installed
				in the nose.
			1070 (MSN 43979) to MASDC Apr 21, 1979
			1071 (MSN 43980) to MASDC Jun 23, 1969 as CQ093
			1072 (MSN 43981) on display at Charleston AFB, South Carolina 
			1073 (MSN 43982) to MASDC May 15, 1971 as CQ186
			1074 (MSN 43983) to MASDC Aug 14, 1974 as CQ361.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
			1075 (MSN 43984) crashed near Cordova, MD Mar 24, 1965 during training
				mission from Dover AFB, DE.  6 onboard killed.
			1076 (MSN 43985) to MASDC as CQ353 Jul 17, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
			1077 (MSN 43986) to MASDC Oct 11, 1972 as CQ319
			1078 (MSN 43987) crashed after takeoff from Travis AFB, CA Apr 7, 1956.  3 of 7 aboard killed.  To MASDC as CQ215
				Nov 8, 1971.
			1079 (MSN 43988) to MASDC May 18, 1972 as CQ286
			1080 (MSN 43989) to MASDC May 7, 1969 as CQ058
			1081 (MSN 43990) crashed near Guam due to inflight fire Sept 2, 1958.  19 killed.
			1082 (MSN 43991) to MASDC Nov 5, 1971 as CQ214 
			1083 (MSN 43992) to MASDC May 12, 1972 as CQ285
			1084 (MSN 43993) to MASDC Jul 17, 1974 as CQ350.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
			1085 (MSN 43994) to MASDC Feb 7, 1970 as CQ144
			1086 (MSN 43995) to MASDC Aug 27, 1974 as CQ362.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
			1088 (MSN 43997) DBR May 15, 1955.
			1089 (MSN 43998) to MASDC as CQ314 Sep 27, 1972
52-1090		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
			MSN 43999.  Contract cancelled.
52-1091/1175	Convair T-29C
			MSN 330/414.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
			1091 (MSN 330) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB161 Feb 26, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloy Corp Feb 1, 1980.
			1092 (MSN 331) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To civil registry
				as N252, N247, N250, to N95, to N45787.  Cancelled Jul 9, 1988.
			1093 (MSN 332) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB155 Feb 19, 1975.  To civil registry as N87980
			1094 (MSN 333) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB202 Apr 16, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 1, 1980.
			1095 (MSN 334) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB119 Jan 17, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 15, 1979,
				broken up.
			1096 (MSN 335) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To N244, N247, N28, N254,
				N94, N247, N94, N45786.  Cancelled Jul 18, 1988.
			1097 (MSN 336) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To MASDC as TB194 Jan 11, 1972. 
				to FAA as N249, but returned to USAF and converted VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB109 Jan 13, 1975.  To Southwestern 
				Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979
			1098 (MSN 337) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To MASDC as TB194 Apr 10, 1975.
				To FAA as N245, then to MASDC Apr 1975.  To CP-1434.
			1099 (MSN 338) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB118 Jan 17, 1975.  To civil registry as N87985
			1100 (MSN 339) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB075 Dec 12, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Nov 30, 1977.  Broken up
			1101 (MSN 340) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB132 Jan 27, 1975.  To civil register as N87981 then on July 8, 1991 to N357T. 
				With Tol-air Services Inc, San Juan on March 7, 1997 when it force landed at Hampton, near 
				Atlanta, Georgia. Registration cancelled on November 8, 2000.
			1102 (MSN 341) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1981
			1103 (MSN 342) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB210 May 5, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Nov 22, 1977.
			1104 (MSN 343) to MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Sep 14, 1979
			1105 (MSN 344) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To N28, N247, N248,
				To N93 with US Department of Transportation.   Registered N45783 Jun 5, 1978.
				To Cal Sierra Airlines Mar 26, 1982.  Cancelled Dec 7, 2012.
			1106 (MSN 345) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  to civil registry as 
				N250, N247, N251.  Returned to USAF and converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB216 May 7, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys
				Corp Oct 25, 1977.
			1107 (MSN 346) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 25, 1977
			1108 (MSN 347) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC Jun 1975.  To civil registry as N8061Y
			1109 (MSN 348) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB089 Dec 19, 1974.  To civil registry as N87990
			1110 (MSN 349) to MASDC as TB153 Feb 14, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Jun 14, 1979, broken up
			1111 (MSN 350) to MASDC as TB048 Oct 11, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979
			1112 (MSN 351) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB146 Feb 6, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979
			1113 (MSN 352) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB221 May 12, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 21, 1979.
			1114 (MSN 353) to MASDC Aug 9, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Nov 30, 1977.  Broken up
			1115 (MSN 354) to MASDC as TB060 Oct 30, 1974.  To civil registry as N23024.  Broken up.  Registration
				cancelled Aug 1982
			1116 (MSN 355) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloy corp Oct 27, 1977.  To civil registry as 
				N2291Z registered Nov 9, 1979.  Derelict by 1983 
			1117 (MSN 356) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB188 Apr 7, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Nov 22, 1977.  Broken up
			1118 (MSN 357) to MASDC as 6T002 Feb 14, 1975.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as 
				TB308 Mar 23, 1981.  Seen at scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
			1119 (MSN 358) to MASDC as 6T008 Feb 28, 1975.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as
				TB309 Mar 23, 1981.  On display at Hill AFB, Utah
			1120 (MSN 359) to MASDC Jun 1975.  5o civil registry as N9440A (NTU), then N9390A.  Broken
				up Aug 2, 1980 at St Louis
			1121 (MSN 360) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB137 Jan 29, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979
			1122 (MSN 361) to MASDC as TB051 Oct 21, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979.  Derelict by 1984.
			1123 (MSN 362) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB165 Mar 6, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979
			1124 (MSN 363) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB072 Dec 11, 1974.  To civil registry as N87972.  WFU and stored 1978.
			1125 (MSN 364) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To FAA as N251, N247, N246.
				Returned to USAF in 1972.  To MASDC as TB144 Feb 4, 1975.
			1126 (MSN 365) to MASDC as TB064 Nov 22, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Dec 15, 1978, broken up
			1127 (MSN 366) to MASDC as TB133 Jan 27, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Sep 8, 1977, broken up
			1128 (MSN 367) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To FAA as N248,
				N247, N248, N247, N252.  Back to USAF Dec 1969 and converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB113 Jan 14, 1975.  
				To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1979.  Broken up
			1129 (MSN 368) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1981.
			1130 (MSN 369) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 1, 1980
			1131 (MSN 370) to MASDC as TB052 Oct 21, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Nov 23, 1977, broken up.
			1132 (MSN 371) to MASDC as TB053 Oct 21, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Nov 30, 1977, broken up
			1133 (MSN 372) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB097 Jan 29, 1975.  To C-46 Parts Inc Jul 13, 1977 as N87991.  To Bellomy-Lawson
				Aviation Inc in 1978.  WFU and broken up.  Registration cancelled May 1981
			1134 (MSN 373) WFU and stored
			1135 (MSN 374) to MASDC Aug 9, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Nov 29, 1977.  Broken up
			1136 (MSN 375) to MASDC Jun 22, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 4, 1980
			1137 (MSN 376) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc May 15, 1979
			1138 (MSN 377) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB097 Dec 27, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Inc Nov 23, 1977, broken up
			1139 (MSN 378) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  To FAA as N246, N247.
				Returned to USAF in 1972.  To MASDC as TB006 Dec 20, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Sep 14, 1979.
			1140 (MSN 379) to MASDC as TB204 Apr 18, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Inc Sep 14, 1979
			1141 (MSN 380) to MASDC as TB106 Jan 10, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Inc Sep 9, 1979.
			1142 (MSN 381) converted to AT-29C, which was redesignated ET-29C in 1962.  to FAA as N247, N248, N244.
				To N12241 Apr 1973.  WFU and stored Apr 1973.  Registration cancelled Jan 1985.
			1143 (MSN 382) to MASDC as TB193 Apr 10, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Dec 13, 1977
			1144 (MSN 383) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 26, 1980.  
			1145 (MSN 384) to MASDC as TB090 Dec 19, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 4, 1979, broken up
			1146 (MSN 385) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To C-46 Parts Inc Sep 1977.  To Allied Aircraft Sales.
				To N87989 in 1977.  WFU and stored in 1977.
			1147 (MSN 386) to MASDC May 14, 1975.  To Souithwestern Alloys Corp Feb 26, 1979
			1148 (MSN 387) to MASDC as TB163 Mar 3, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Feb 1, 1980
			1149 (MSN 388) to MASDC as TB105 Jan 10, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc May 17, 1979
			1150 (MSN 389) to MASDC as TB034 Aug 12, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Dec 15, 1978, broken up.
			1151 (MSN 390) to MASDC as TB121 Jan 20, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Jul 27, 1977, broken up
			1152 (MSN 391) to MASDC as TB209 Apr 28, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Apr 14, 1979
			1153 (MSN 392) to MASDC 1973
			1154 (MSN 393) to MASDC as TB125 Jan 20, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Jun 15, 1979, broken up
			1155 (MSN 394) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 26, 1980.
			1156 (MSN 395) to MASDC May 28, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 10, 1979
			1157 (MSN 396) to MASDC as TB046 Oct 11, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 26, 1980.  Broken up in 1984
			1158 (MSN 397) to MASDC Oct 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 4, 1979, broken up
			1159 (MSN 398) to MASDC as TB170 Mar 7, 1975.
			1160 (MSN 399) to MASDC as 6T007 Feb 28, 1975.  Returned to service.  Back to 
				MASDC as TB313 Mar 30, 1981.  Disposed of in 2001.
			1161 (MSN 400) to MASDC as TB169 Mar 7, 1975. 
			1162 (MSN 401) to MASDC as 6T001 Feb 14, 1975.  Returned to service, back to 
				MASDC as TB314 Mar 30, 1981.  Disposed of in 2001.
			1163 (MSN 402) to MASDC as TB0490 Sep 10, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 20, 1979, broken up
			1164 (MSN 403) to MASDC as TB184 Mar 27, 1975.  Registered N154PA with Providence Air Charter Aug 12, 1980.
				To N147JR Jun 1990.
			1165 (MSN 404) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 27, 1977
			1166 (MSN 405) to MASDC as TB043 Oct 7, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft sales Inc Dec 12, 1977, broken up
			1167 (MSN 406) to MASDC as 6T006 Feb 28, 1975.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as TB310
			1168 (MSN 407) to MASDC 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 9, 1979
			1169 (MSN 408) to MASDC as TB131 Jan 27, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 4, 1979, broken up
			1170 (MSN 409) to MASDC as TB178 Mar 14, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1979.
			1171 (MSN 410) to MASDC as TB167 Mar 7, 1975
			1172 (MSN 411) to MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 17, 1979
			1173 (MSN 412) converted to VT-29C.  To US civil registry as N1691.  To Philippine civil registry 
				as RP-C12. W/o Roxas City, Mindoro when overran on landing and ended up in rice paddy
				Aug 4, 1978.
			1174 (MSN 413) auctioned off at Subic Bay, Philippines Oct 17, 1975 and to N1685.  WFU and
				stored at Manila Nov 1975.
			1175 (MSN 414) to MASDC as 6T003 Feb 14, 1975.  To TB311.  Noted Sep 2003 on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX
52-1176/1185	Convair T-29D
			MSN 52.1/52.10.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
			1176,1177,1184 converted to VT-29D.
			1176 (MSN 52.1) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Jul 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Sep 4, 1979,
				broken up
			1177 (MSN 52.2) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 20, 1979
			1178 (MSN 52.3) to MASDC as TB148 Feb 10, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 26, 1979, broken up
			1179 (MSN 52.4) to MASDC 
			1180 (MSN 52.5) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To civil registry as N4448Q Dec 1983.  Registration 
				cancelled by FAA Feb 1, 2005 as 'destroyed'
			1181 (MSN 52.6) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jun 24, 1977, broken up
			1182 (MSN 52.7) to MASDC Jan 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 27, 1977, broken up
			1183 (MSN 52.8) to MASDC Apr 1975.  Donated Aug 10, 1979 to Pima County Air Museum.
				To civil registry as N31325 Apr 4, 1989.
			1184 (MSN 52.9) to MASDC Apr 1975.  Broken up
			1185 (MSN 52.10) to MASDC Jun 1975.  Broken up
52-1186/1242	North American T-28A Trojan 
			MSN 189-1/57
			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.
			1186 (MSN 189-1) modified to T-28D (#1).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-08/05 in Jul 1962.
			1187 (MSN 189-2) converted to T-28D (#2).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-09/05 Jul 1962.  To Laotian AF May 1964.  WFU.  
				To N8009G Apr 1989.
			1188 (MSN 189-3) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
			1189 (MSN 189-4) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
			1190 (MSN 189-5) to Ethiopian AF as 510 May 3, 1961.  Possibly to Cuba
			1192 (MSN 189-7) converted to T-28D (#3).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-10/05 Jul 1962.  
			1193 (MSN 189-8) to French AF as Fennec no. 9.  w/o Feb 9, 1962 in Algeria
			1194 (MSN 189-9) to French AF as Fennec no. 18.  SOC Sep 13, 1964.  To Argentine Navy as 0635 1-A-278 Nov 1967
			1195 (MSN 189-10) to French AF as Fennec no. 10.  W/o Apr 11, 1961 in Algeria
			1196 (MSN 189-11) converted to T-28D (#13).  To Cambodia
			1197 (MSN 189-12) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
			1198 (MSN 189-13) to French AF as Fennec no. 12.  To Argentine Navy as 0585 Jul 1966. W/o in 1978
			1199 (MSN 189-14) to French AF as Fennec no. 13.  To Argentine Navy as 0586 Jul 1966
			1200 (MSN 189-15) to Ethiopian AF as 511 Jul 11, 1961.
			1201 (MSN 189-16) to Ethiopian AF as 512 May 3, 1961.  To South Africa
			1202 (MSN 189-17) to Ethiopian AF as 513 Jul 11, 1961.
			1203 (MSN 189-18) converted to AT-28D-5 (#022) to Philippine AF Sep 1973.  Disposal approved Dec 1976.
			1204 (MSN 189-19) to French AF as Fennec no. 14.  To Argentine Navy as 0587 4-G-53 Jun 1966
			1205 (MSN 189-20) to French AF as Fennec no. 144.  To Argentine Navy as 0588 4-G-58 Jul 1966
			1206 (MSN 189-21) to French AF as Fennec no. 6.  To Moroccan AF Aug 1965
			1208 (MSN 189-23) converted to T-28D (#4).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-11/05 Jul 1962.  To Laotian AF May 1964.  Declared
				excess from Jul 1974.  To Philippine AF.  Disposal approved Nov 1981.
			1209 (MSN 189-24) to Ethiopian AF as 514 Jul 11, 1961.
			1210 (MSN 189-25) converted to T-28D (#5).  To Cambodian AF.  Also listed as w/o with USAF Dec 10, 1955.
			1211 (MSN 189-26) converted to T-28D (#6).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-12/05 Jul 1962.
			1212 (MSN 189-27) to Republic of Korea AF.  Preserved at P. Chungju
			1213 (MSN 189-28) converted to T-28D (#7).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-13/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Oct 1964.
			1219 (MSN 189-34) to Ethiopian AF as 515 Jul 11, 1961.
			1220 (MSN 189-35) converted to T-28D-5 (#152).  To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1965.  W/o Feb 14, 1966
			1223 (MSN 189-38) to Ethiopian AF as 516 Jul 11, 1961
			1224 (MSN 189-39) to Ethiopian AF as 517 May 3, 1961
			1225 (MSN 189-40) converted to T-28D (#8).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-41/05 Jul 1962.  To Laotiaon AF May 1964.  
				W/o May 11, 1966 but presumably repaired. To Philippine AF in 1974.  Broken up at Danilo Atlenza
			1226 (MSN 189-41) became Fennec No. 23 with French AF.  To Moroccan AF as CN-AEC Aug 1965, to Honduran AF
				in 1978 as HR-228A.  Impounded in USA during ferry flight.  To US civil registry as N8522X in 1981, then 
				to civil registry as N28FN
			1228 (MSN 189-43) converted to T-28D (#14).  To Cambodian AF in 1971.
			1229 (MSN 189-44) converted to T-28D (#10).  To Cambodian AF
			1231 (MSN 189-46) to French AF as Fennec no. 20.  To Argentine Navy as 0589 4-G-59 Jul 1966
			1233 (MSN 189-48) converted to T-28D (#12).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-15/05 Jul 1962.
			1236 (MSN 189-51) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
			1237 (MSN 189-52) to Ethiopyan AF as 518 Jul 11, 1961.
			1238 (MSN 189-53) to French AF as Fennec No. 15.  To Argentine Navy as 0591-EAN-109 Jul 1966.  To US civil registry as N995CA, later
				to N238V.
			1239 (MSN 189-54) converted to T-28D (#9).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-16/05 Jul 1962
			1241 (MSN 189-56) to French AF as Fennec No. 22.  W/o Jul 17, 1961 in Algeria.
			1242 (MSN 189-57) converted to first prototype RA-28 (a proposed turboprop combat version for 
				use in SE Asia), later redesignated YAT-28E.  Deficient in tailfin area which 
				led to its entering a flat spin and crashing Mar 27, 1963, killing the pilot.
52-1243/1342	Cancelled contract
52-1343/1347	Convair B-36H-45-CF Peacemaker 
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1343 MSN 304.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1958  and scrapped there
			1344 MSN 306.  To MASDC Apr 24, 1958 and scrapped there
			1345 MSN 308.  To MASDC Aug 7, 1957 and scrapped there
			1346 MSN 310.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1958 and scrapped there
			1347 MSN 312.  To MASDC May 6, 1958 and scrapped there
52-1348/1353	Convair B-36H-50-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1348 MSN 314.  To MASDC May 8, 1958 and scrapped there
			1349 MSN 316.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1958 and scrapped there
			1350 MSN 318.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1958 and scrapped there
			1351 MSN 320.  To MASDC Aug 9, 1957 and scrapped there
			1352 MSN 322.  To MASDC Aug 19, 1957 and scrapped there
			1353 MSN 324.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1957 and scrapped there
52-1354/1359	Convair B-36H-55-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1354 MSN 326.  To MASDC Aug 5, 1957 and scrapped there
			1355 MSN 328.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1958 and scrapped there
			1356 MSN 330.  To MASDC Oct 23, 1957 and scrapped there
			1357 MSN 332.  To MASDC Jan 3, 1958 and scrapped there
			1358 MSN 334.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1957 and scrapped there
			1359 MSN 336.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1958 and scrapped there
52-1360/1366	Convair B-36H-60-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1360 MSN 338.  To MASDC Apr 22, 1958 and scrapped there
			1361 MSN 340.  To MASDC Aug 20, 1957 and scrapped there
			1362 MSN 342.  To MASDC Apr 2, 1958 and scrapped there
			1363 MSN 344.  To MASDC Aug 22, 1957 and scrapped there
			1364 MSN 346.  To MASDC Aug 26, 1957 and scrapped there
			1365 MSN 348.  To MASDC Jul 1, 1957 and scrapped there
			1366 MSN 350.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1958 and scrapped there
52-1367/1373	Convair RB-36H-45-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1367 (MSN 301) to MASDC Jun 19, 1958 and scrapped there
			1368 (MSN 302) to MASDC Jun 17, 1958 and scrapped there
			1369 (MSN 303) w/o in ditching west of Scotland 8/5/53 due to engine fire and
				failure in flight from Travis AFB to RAF Lakenheath.  19 killed, 4 survivors.
			1370 (MSN 305) to MASDC Aug 28, 1958 and scrapped there
			1371 (MSN 307) to MASDC Jul 17, 1958 and scrapped there
			1372 (MSN 309) to MASDC Aug 21, 1958 and scrapped there
			1373 (MSN 311) to MASDC May 20, 1958 and scrapped there
52-1374/1380	Convair RB-36H-50-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1374 (MSN 313) to MASDC Jul 15, 1958 and scrapped there
			1375 (MSN 315) to MASDC May 20, 1957 and scrapped there
			1376 (MSN 317) to MASDC Aug 27, 1958 and scrapped there
			1377 (MSN 319) to MASDC May 20, 1957 and scrapped there
			1378 (MSN 321) to MASDC Aug 19, 1958 and scrapped there
			1379 (MSN 323) to MASDC May 27, 1957 and scrapped there
			1380 (MSN 325) to MASDC Aug 20, 1958 and scrapped there
52-1381/1386	Convair RB-36H-55-CF Peacemaker
			1381 (MSN 327) to MASDC Aug 26, 1958 and scrapped there
			1382 (MSN 329) to MASDC Jun 11, 1958 and scrapped there
			1383 (MSN 331) to MASDC Jun 18, 1958 and scrapped there
			1384 (MSN 333) to MASDC Jun 26, 1958 and scrapped there
			1385 (MSN 335) To MASDC Sep 25, 1958 and scrapped there
			1386 (MSN 337) used in support of 1954 CASTLE nuclear tests.  To MASDC May 29, 1957 and scrapped there
52-1387/1392	Convair RB-36H-60-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1387 (MSN 339) w/o 1/4/56 at Ellsworth AFB due to uneven power
				reduction during landing causing loop and crash and burn.  All crew safe.
			1388 (MSN 341) to MASDC Jun 19, 1958 and scrapped there
			1389 (MSN 343) to MASDC May 28, 1957 and scrapped there
			1390 (MSN 345) to MASDC Mayh 27, 1957 and scrapped there
			1391 (MSN 347) to MASDC Jul 17, 1958 and scrapped there
			1392 (MSN 349) to MASDC May 15, 1957 and scrapped there
52-1393/1405	Cancelled contract
52-1406/1417	Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-35-DT Stratojet
			MSN 44090/44101.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1406 to MASDC May 13, 1964
			1407 to MASDC
			1408 to MASDC
			1409 to MASDC
			1410 to MASDC
			1411 to MASDC
			1412 converted to EB-47E.  Currently on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.
			1413 to MASDC Apr 15, 1964
			1414 (384th BW, 545th BS) overstressed and broke up in flight over Little Rock, Arkansas Mar 31, 1960.
				One crew memmber thrown clear and survived, other three crew killed, plus two civilians on the ground.
			1415 to MASDC
			1416 to MASDC Apr 10, 1964
			1417 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
52-1418/1425	Martin B-57A-MA
			1418 transferred to NASA as 218 6/19/57.
			1419 transferred to Edwards AFB for stability
				tests.  Later operated by NOAA as N1005  
				for weather research.  Acquired by 
				George T. Baker Aviation School at
				Miami Airport.  Registration N1005 cancelled Mar 12, 2004,
				the aircraft having been broken up at Miami ca 1988.
			1420 w/o 11/22/54 at Glenn L. Martin
			1421 w/o 12/9/53 Bel Air, MD	
			1422 to Eglin APG for cold hangar tests.
			1423 to Wright Aeronautical Development
				Center 7/30/54
			1424 w/o 2/22/58 California
			1425 to MASDC in 1973.
52-1426/1492	Martin RB-57A-MA
			1426 Delivered on January 20, 1954 to the USAF. It was the first RB-57A produced and was  retained by the manufacturer:
				Jan 1955 assigned to Warner Robins Air Materiel Center, Robins AFB, GA;
				Nov 1956 assigned to 66th TRW (USAFE), Sembach AB, Germany;
				Sep 1957 back to Warner Robins Air Materiel Center, Robins AFB, GA;
				Dec 1959 assigned to 172nd TRS (Michigan ANG), Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI;
				Dec 1962 assigned to 110th TRG (Michigan ANG), Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI;
				Jun 1965 assigned to 152nd TRG (Nevada ANG), Reno MAP, NV
				Feb 1966 back to 110th TRG (Michigan ANG), Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI;
				Jun 1971 assigned to 110th Tactical Air Support Group (Michigan ANG), Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI;
				Aug 1973 SOC.  Transferred to  Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan in 1973, where it is now on static display.
			1427 rebuilt as RB-57F 53-13300
			1428,1437,1439/1442,1447,1448,1450,1461,1464,1469,1489 converted to EB-57A
			1428 converted EB-57A. To MASDC as BM050 Sep 28, 1971.  Scrapped 1976.  
			1429 damaged Oct 8, 1954 at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio in ground accident
			1430 w/o 5/23/54 Eglin AFB.
			1431 to ROCAF 4th Squadron.  Shot down by PLAAF J-5As over Shandong, China
				Feb 18, 1958.  Pilot killed.
			1432 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13301
			1433 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13302
			1434 crashed 15 mi N of Vancleave, Mississippi and 23 mi NE off Keesler AFB, Mississippi due to engine failure in
				heavy storm Apr 4, 1957.  Pilot was killed.
			1435 converted to JRB-57A, then to NRB-57A.  To MASDC Dec 4, 1969 as BM031
			1437 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM061 Mar 20, 1972
			1438 to FAA as N96.  w/o near Great Mills, MD Jun 7, 1960.
			1439 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM062 Mar 21, 1972
			1440 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM055 Mar 8, 1972
			1441 w/o 5/6/54, Shaw AFB.
			1442 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM058 Mar 14, 1972
			1443 w/o 8/6/58, Eglin AFB.
			1444 w/o 8/6/58, Eglin AFB.
			1445 w/o 10/6/5?, Shaw AFB.
			1446 to GLM Aviation Museum, Baltimore, MD.
			1447 to FAA as N97 in 1957.  Returned to
				USAF 1963.  Converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM056 Mar 13, 1972.
				Ben Marselis has this on display at Oklahoma City.
			1448 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM057 Mar 13, 1972
			1450 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM060 Mar 16, 1972.
			1452 derelict at Forbes AFB 1977.
			1453 to MASDC as BM045 Feb 7, 1971, scrapped 1976
			1454 to MASDC as BM049 Jun 24, 1971, scrapped 1976.
			1455 dropped from inventory May 1972 by transfer to another agency.  May
				have gone to Taiwan.
			1456 at Selfridge Military Air Museum, 
				Battle Creek, MI. 
			1457 seen at Warner-Robins Air Logistics Center Museum, GA    
				Ben Marselis has 1458 at Florence, SC.
			1459 (MSN 42) at Florence Air and Missile Museum, SC.  Now closed.
				Moved to National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.  Noted Sep 2006
				at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
			1460 w/o Wheelus AB, Tripoli 3/21/57.
			1461 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM054 Mar 7, 1972
			1463 at Tri Cities Airport, MI.
			1464 modified for testbed use.  Converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM059 Mar 15, 1972.
			1467 at MD State Airport Baltimore Exhibit.
			1469 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM063 Mar 22, 1972
			1470 w/o 12/3/56, Germany.
			1471 w/o 9/69.
			1473 w/o 4/23/55 in midair with 52-1483.
			1474 to MASDC as BM051 Sep 28, 1971.
			1475 on display at Robins AFB Museum, Macon, Georgia.
			1476 w/o 11/29/54 at Shaw AFB.
			1478 to MASDC as BM048 Jun 23, 1971.
			1480 mounted on a pedestal at Kansas ANG entrance at Topeka-Forbes Field, Kansas.
			1481 converted to EB-57A
			1482 converted to EB-57A.  Now at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
			1483 w/o 4/23/55 in midair with 52-1473.
			1484 to MASDC as BM046 Jun 21, 1971.
			1485 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Mt Clemens, Michigan
			1486 w/o 12/23/55, Wiesbaden AB.
			1487 w/o 5/17/55, Sembach.
			1488(MSN 071) on display at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
			1489 converted to EB-57A.  To MASDC as BM064 Mar 26, 1972
			1490 w/o 4/14/71, Great Salt Lake, UT.
			1491 to MASDC as BM047 Jun 21, 1971
			1492 (MSN 075) to USAF Museum, WPAFB, Ohio in 1970, but later to Hill AFB Museum, Ogden, Utah.
52-1493/1594	Martin B-57B-MA
			1493 converted to NB-57B.  Used for trials of Bomarc missile guidance system, At MASDC by 1961
			1494 w/o 2/9/55, Edwards AFB, both crew killed.
			1495 w/o 1/6/59, Edwards AFB.
			1496 converted to NB-57B for weapons trials.  Crashed after takeoff near Werribee, Australia Sep 17, 1962.
				Both crew killed.
			1497 fitted with Bomarc nose and redesignated JB-57B. TO MASDC by 1969
			1498 converted to NB-57B for weapons trials.  Later reconverted to
				combat configuration and lost in combat with 8th TBS, 385h TFW when hit by ground fire while attacking
				a truck park at Ban Loumpoun, Laos Sep 22, 1968.  Was able to fly 100 miles to Gulf of Tonkin where both
				crew members ejected and were rescued by Navy ship.
			1499 (MSN 082) converted to JB-57B as target for high-altitude platforms and for
				calibration of cameras.  Later converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  On display at WPAFB 
				Museum, Ohio.
			1500 converted to EB-57B.  modified for testbed use.  At Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT.
			1501 converted to EB-57B
			1502 converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  w/o Apr 5, 1977 after mid-air collision.
			1503 converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  w/o 1/14/80 Plattsburgh
			1504 (MSN 087) converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  On display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Abilene, Texas.
			1505 (MSN 088) converted to EB-57B.  (B-57E) to MASDC as BM033 Apr 20, 1970.  Now on display at Malmstrom AFB, 
				Great Falls, Montana
			1506 (MSN 089) converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  To MASDC as BM138 Dec 10, 1981.
				Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			1507 (MSN 090) converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM025 Oct 26, 1969
			1508 (MSN 091, 8th TBS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire while attacking a river ford near Tavouac, Laos Mar 27, 1969.
				Able to fly near Phu Cat, where crew ejected and were rescued.  Last B-57 lost in Vietnam
			1509 (MSN 092) converted to EB-57B.  On display at Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Texas.
			1510 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire Sep 10, 1967 while attacking an oil takner 8m NW of Dong Hoi,
				North Vietnam.  Both crew ejected, pilot became POW and navigator KIA.
			1511 converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM134 Dec 2, 1981.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			1512 (8th TBS, 405th FW) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Oct 8, 1966.  Made it back to Da Nang but crashed into
				Sea of Japan 1 mi from Da Nang.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by HH-43 helicopter.
			1514 w/o 9/11/58
			1516 (MSN 099) converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Returned to service May 26, 1972.  Now on display
				at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin 	AFB, Florida.
			1517 w/o 2/9/55
			1518 converted to RB-57B.  Converted to Tropic Moon II with low-intensity
				TV system.  To MASDC as BM035 Jun 8, 1970
			1519 (MSN 102) converted to EB-57B.  to MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Now on display at March Field Museum, March AFB, Riverside, CA.
			1521 converted to EB-57B.  modified for testbed use.  To MASDC as BM137 Dec 3, 1981.
				Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			1522 converted to RB-57B.  w/o 7/20/58 Little Rock, AK.
			1523 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA near Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 21, 1966.  Crew ejected and
				were rescued by US Army helicopter.
			1524 damaged in landing accident Nov 5, 1955 at Kelly AFB, Texas
			1526 (MSN 109) converted to EB-57B.  Was at Beale AFB, Marysville, CA.
				In Oct 2007 reported on display at Museum of the Kansas National Guard,
				Forbes Field, Topeka, Kansas.  Still there Mar 2009.
			1527 converted to RB-57B.  rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13289
			1528 w/o 1/21/55, Randolph AFB, TX.
			1529 w/o 12/4/55, Webb AFB.
			1530 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by ground fire near Ban Sarai, Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 7, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
			1531 w/o 5/17/56, Eniwetok Redwing.
			1532 loaned to South Vietnam but under US control  Program was cancelled and aircraft returned to USAF Apr 20,  1967.
				Shot down with 8th TBNS, 35th TFW by ground fire 7 mi SSE of Ban Kate, Savannakhet Province, Laos Feb 22, 1969.
				Both crew KIA.
			1534 w/o 11/29/55 Texas/Mexico.
			1535 converted to MSB-57B.  w/o 6/22/55.
			1536 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13298
			1538 w/o 4/26/55, Randolph AFB.
			1539 converted to MSB-57B with TM-76A Mace nose, redesignated JB-57B-MA, reconverted to B-57B,
			  	rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13288.
			1540 converted to JB-57B.
			1541 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA 10 mi SW of Chu Lai, South Vietnam Sep 19, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
			1543 w/o Yokota 2/4/61.
			1544 (13th TBS, 405th FW) lost in combat Sep 6, 1965.  Crew received indications of an engine fire during close air
				support mission.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
				indication.
			1545 to MASDC as BM026 Oct 30, 1969.  Returned to service as EB-57B.  Back
				to MASDC as BM135 Dec 2, 1981.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			1548 (MSN 131) converted to EB-57B.  On display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum,
				Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
			1550 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by small arms 25 mi N of Saigon, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
			1551 converted to RB-57B, later to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM030 Nov 21, 1969.  Was at 
				NASM, Washington DC in Dulles storage.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
			1552 redesignated as NB-57B by the time it reached MASDC in 1969.
			1554 w/o 7/28/55, Hill AFB.
			1555 destroyed by mortar attack at Bien Hoa
				Nov 1, 1964.
			1557 converted to RB-57B.  With 13th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by AAA 11 mi W of Kontum City, South Vietnam Jan 21, 1967.
				Both crew KIA.
			1559 converted to RB-57B.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13286.
			1561 (35th TFW, 8th TBS) shot down 10 mi S of A Shau Valley, Laos Jan 13, 1969.  Both crew KIA.  Remains recovered 2003.
			1562 converted to JB-57B with TM-76 Mace nose.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13290.
			1563 w/o 9/8/55, Langley AFB.
			1564 converted to EB-57B.  to MASDC as BM133 Dec 2, 1981.
				Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			1565 (38th BW) damaged in landing accident at Dover AFB, DE Jun
				1955.   Repaired.  Lost in combat when hit by ground fire Dec 14, 1965 near Pleiku, South Vietnam.  Pilot never
				ejected and was KIA.  Navigator ejected and was rescued by Army helicopter.  
			1566 w/o 4/2/57.
			1567 converted to RB-57B.  Loaned to South Vietnam AF but under US control.  Program cancelled and returned to USAF
				Apr 20,1967.  W/o when hit by ground fire but was able to fly back to Phan Rang Mar 15, 1969.  Suffered dual 
				flameout near Pleiku, South Vietnam.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by USAF HH-43 helicopter.
			1568 w/o in ground explosion 5/16/65, Bien 
				Hoa AB, Vietnam.
			1569 w/o 1/9/59
			1570 converted to RB-57B.  Restored to B-57B combat configuration.
				Suffered engine failure Oct 5, 1968, Phan Rang, South Vietnam.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
			1571 converted to RB-57B, later to EB-57B.  w/o 3/76.  To MASDC as BM027 Nov 6, 1969
			1572 crashed Edwards AFB, Dec 24, 1958 during
				simulated engine out landing.  Pilot killed.
			1573 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13299.
			1574 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13291.
			1575 converted to RB-57B.  Restored to B-57B combat configuration.  With 405th TFW, 13th TBS hit by ground fire
				while attacking Ho Chi Minh Trail in Southern Steel Tiger area of Laos.  Crew ejected but both MIA.
			1576 used for tests of hydrogen-powered engines under the name
				"Project Bee".  Returned to stock configuration.
				Transferred to NASA DFRC as 809 and registered as N516NA.  
				Now on display at Edwards AFB, CA.  Was N637NA before becoming N516NA.
			1577 (MSN 167) 
			1578 converted to B-57G 1969.  Modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM097 Mar 13, 1974.  
			1579 converted to JB-57B for testbed for J83 turbojet, the powerplant
				for the Fairchild SM-73 Goose decoy missile.  Program cancelled
				in 1959.  In July 1959 the plane was transferred to Patrick AFB, FL
			1580 to Tropic Moon II with low-intensity
				TV system.  Later converted to B-57G.  Under "Tropic Moon III" modified to RB-57G for night
				interdiction.  To MASDC as BM095 Mar 13, 1974.
			1581 converted to RB-57B, then converted to NRB-57B (later redesignated NB-57B) 
				to test a prototype terrain-following
				radar, and later with a nose-mounted low light level TV system
				 and redesignated YB-57G.  To MASDC as BM032 Mar 5, 1970
			1582 converted to B-57G in 1969.  Under Tropic Moon III modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.
				To MASDC as BM096 Mar 13, 1974.
			1583 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13293.
			1584 to MASDC 1970.  Converted to GNB-57B 1972.  Currently on display at Kalamazoo Aviation 
				Historical Museum, Michigan.
			1586 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) hit by 37mm AAA while on bombing run on a ford at Ban Te Bang, Laos Apr 3, 1968.  
				Plane made it back to Phan Rang, but aircraft was DBR during emergency landing.  Crew OK
			1587 w/o after colliding with T-33A 50-0446 Mar 26, 1957 over Speyer, (West) Germany.
			1588 converted to B-57G.  Modified under Project Tropic Moon III to RB-57G for night interdiction.
				To MASDC as BM088 Feb 7, 1974.
			1589 converted to RB-57B.  Converted back to B-57B.  Lost in combat Jun 30, 1965.  Aborted takeoff
				and ensuing damage due to exploded bombs.
			1590 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) damaged by AAA near Nam Can, South Vietnam Dec 8, 1966.  Was able to fly out to Sea of Japan
				where crew ejected and were rescued by US Navy ship.
			1591 w/o 12/11/56, Laon, France.
			1592 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) damaged by small arms fire and crashed during single-engine landing at Da Nang, South Vietnam
				Mar 25, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
			1594 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13292.
52-1595/1626	Cancelled contract
52-1627/1631	Chase C-123B-CN Provider
			1627 modified by Stroukoff as YC-134 with R-3350-89A engines and boundary 
				layer control.  Did not have the Pantobase landing gear. 
52-1632/1799	Cancelled Contract
52-1800/1803	Beech YL-23 Seminole
			1801 converted to L-23A.
52-1804		Cessna XL-19B Bird Dog
			MSN 22780A.  L-19A with Boeing XT-50-BO-1 210 shp turboprop engine.
52-1805/1828	Cancelled Contract
52-1829/1868	Northrop F-89D-35-NO Scorpion
			1830 modified to test armament arrangement for F-89H as JF-89D.  To MASDC
			1832 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 15, 1965.
			1833 in takeoff accident at Ladd AFB, AK Feb 12, 1955
			1837 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965
			1838 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1965
			1839 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1965
			1840 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965
			1850 was one of ten F-89Js that had its nose radar removed and fuel tanks added
				in 1963 in tests of Nike missile defenses and redesignated DF-89J.
			1852 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 11, 1965
			1853 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 4, 1965
			1856 was on display at Waterville, MN.  Currently on display at Bangor IAP, Dow ANG Base, Maine
			1861 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 7, 1965
			1862 was on display at Tyndall AFB, Florida marked as 48422, but not there anymore.  Later on display at Heritage 
				Park Elmendorf AFB, Alaska painted as 53-2433.
			1866 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1965
			1868 at Carswell AFB.   Fuselage noted Apr 5, 2001 at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA
52-1869/1910	Northrop F-89D-40-NO Scorpion
			1870 (MSN 4447) converted to F-89J.  Collided on a test flight with Douglas owned and operated DC-7B N8210H over 
				Sunland, CA Jan 31, 1957.  The wreckage of the DC-7 crashed into a school killing 3 students, injuring 70 others in 
				addition to killing the 4 crew. The F-89 pilot was killed while the radar operator, severely injured, 
				parachuted to safety.  The was the first N8210H DC-7B (MSN 45192/764) for Douglas Aircraft Company. Douglas Aircraft 
				Company acquired the second N8210H,  another DC-7B (MSN 45194/787) built for Continental Air Lines on Mar 26, 1957.
				Believe that this was the crash that gave rock star Ritchie Valens his fear of flying.  Ritchie attended that school but
				was not at school that day because he was attending his grandfather's funeral.  Ritchie had only just gotten over his
				fear of flying when the plane carrying him, Buddy Holly, J. P. Richardson (The Big Bopper) and pilot Roger
				Peterson crashed in Iowa on February 3, 1959, killing all four onboard.
			1874 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 12, 1967
			1879 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Apr 22, 1965
			1880 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 26, 1965.
			1883 at Edwards AFB, CA, formerly displayed at Ethan Allen AFB, Burlington ANG Base, Vermont.
			1884 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1965
			1885 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
			1888 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 19, 1965
			1893 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
			1896 at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  Is reportedly a composite.
			1897 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1965
			1900 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 3, 1965
			1902 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 3, 1965
			1903 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1965
			1905 converted to F-89J.  W/o with 148th FIG, 179th FIS of MN ANG at Wright Patterson AFB after ground accident Jun 1966.
			1906 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 20, 1965.
				Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
			1908 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1965.
				Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s
			1910 in landing acident at Elmendorf AFB, AK Aug 2, 1955
52-1911/1961	Northrop F-89D-45-NO Scorpion
			1911 at USAF Museum, WPAFB, Ohio marked as F-89J 53-2509
			1912 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
			1914 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965
			1926 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 18, 1965
			1927 converted to F-89J.  On display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, Callifornia
			1928 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 8, 1965
			1929 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 5, 1965
			1930 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jun 28, 1966
			1931 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
			1932 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 9, 1965
			1937 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
			1938 modified to test armament arrangement for F-89H, later redesignated YF-89H.  Later converted to F-89J.			
			1939 modified to test armament arrangement for F-89H, later redesignated YF-89H.  Later converted to F-89J.  
				To MASDC Mar 18, 1965
			1940 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC as FD082 Mar 22, 1965.
			1941 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC by Nov 1969, subsequently to USAF Museum.
				Now on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado.
			1943 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
			1944 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 12, 1965
			1945 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
			1947 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 9, 1965.
			1949 converted to F-89J.  On display at March AFB Museum, California.
			1950 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1965
			1954 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 11, 1965
			1955 in engine failure accident Jan 13, 1955
			1956 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 1, 1965
			1959 (MSN N.453) converted to F-89J.  Noted stored at Edwards AFB, California Fall 2003
			1961 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 15, 1965.
52-1962/1974	Cancelled contract
52-1975/1976	North American YF-86H-1-NA Sabre
			MSN 187-1/2
			1975 first flight Apr 30, 1953.  Bailed back to North American Aviation for tests.
			1976 bailed back to North American Aviation for tests.  SOC Dec 1962.  Currently mounted on a pole next to 
				Reedy River in Greenville, South Carolina at the Maj. Rudolf Andersen Memorial, the U-2 pilot who was shot down over 
				Cuba in Oct 1962.
52-1977/2089	North American F-86H-1-NA Sabre
			MSN 187-3/115
			1977 first flight Sep 4, 1953.  W/o in Nevada Oct 6, 1955.
			1978
			1979 to General Electric Flight Test at Edwards AFB Mar 1954.  Did development work
				on J73.  Returned to USAF Jul 1957.
			1980 to MASDC Apr 1960
			1981 crashed on test flight, Edwards AFB, Aug 25, 1954 due to hydraulics failure, killing Capt. Joseph
				R. McConnell, leading Korean War ace.
			1982 crashed at Edwards AFB, California May 24, 1954
			1983 to MASDC Apr 1965.  Currently on display at Danville, Illinois
			1984
			1985
			1986
			1987 to MASDC Jun 1965
			1988 to Wright Air Development Center.  Crashed Sep 5, 1954, pilot killed.
			1989
			1990
			1991
			1992 salvaged at NAF China Lake, California in 1975
			1993 (MSN 187-19).  On loan from USAF Museum to EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI since 1961.
				There is a report that this plane is really a Canadian-built CL-13A Mk 5, but the USAF Museum confirms
				that the plane at the EAA Museum is really 52-1993.
			1994
			1995
			1996 bailed to Lockheed Aircraft for use as a chase plane.  To 167th FIS, West Virginia ANG.
				Expended in a 20-mm gun ground fire test at China Lake, CA Feb 7, 1973.
			1997
			1998
			1999
			2000
			2001
			2002 to MASDC
			2003
			2004 on display at Anderson Park, New Albany, Indiana
			2005 was on display at town center, Surrey, Virginia.  Not sure where it is now
			2006
			2007 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG) w/o at Shaw AFB, South Carolina Aug 13, 1963.
			2008 (131st TFS/Massachusetts ANG) crashed into woods near Chalons-sur-Marne, France 
				during navigational training mission Mar 21, 1962.  Pilot killed
			2009 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG) w/o at Barnes Field, Massachusetts Jul 18, 1964.
			2010
			2011
			2012 to MASDC May 1965
			2013 bailed to Lockheed Aviation for tests
			2014 crashed near Clovis AFB, New Mexico Apr 13, 1955
			2015
			2016
			2017 to MASDC Apr 1965.  Salvaged at Socorro bone yard
			2018 to MASDC May 1965
			2019 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG) to MASDC May 1965
			2020 w/o in England Dec 1, 1954
			2021 (386th FBS, 312nd FBW)
			2022 crashed near Martinsburg, West Virginia Jan 10, 1959
			2023 on display at Crisfield, Maryland
			2024 w/o in New Mexico Mar 8, 1955
			2025
			2026
			2027
			2028 to MASDC May 1965
			2029 to MASDC Apr 1965
			2030 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG)
			2031 to MASDC Jun 3, 1955
			2032
			2033 to MASDC May 1965
			2034
			2035 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG)
			2036
			2037 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG) w/o at Barnes Field, Massachusetts Nov 16, 1963
			2038
			2039
			2040 donated to Woodstock, Virginia and had been damaged by vandals.  Acquired
				by Dan Moyer of Front Royal, Virginia in 1968 and stored.  Now being 
				restored for future static display.
			2041
			2042 (131st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG)
			2043 on display outside at Freeport, PA.  Has it been moved?
			2044 (x/n 187-70) acquired from ANG in 1961 by Dan Moyer of Front Royal, VA.  
				Stored for over 30 years and now being restored for static display 
				at Front Royal, VA Regional APT.
			2045
			2046 to MASDC Jun 1965.  Salvaged at Socorro bone yard
			2047
			2048 on display at VFW Post 7472, Ellicott City, Maryland
			2049 w/o at Ontario Airport, California Oct 24, 1957
			2050 
			2051
			2052
			2053 w/o in New Mexico Aug 24, 1955
			2054 preserved on pole at Palmdale, California
			2055 to MASDC Jun 1966
			2056 (167th TFS, West Virginia ANG)
			2057 to MASDC May 1965.  Was dumped in Socorro bone yard.  Currently preserved at Blue Canyon Site, Ontario, Oregon
			2058 was on display at Griffiss AFB, NY.  Now on display at Martinsburg ANGB, West Virginia.
			2059 on display at Sylvania, Toledo, Ohio.
			2060
			2061 to MASDC May 1965
			2062 to MASDC Apr 1965
			2063 to MASDC May 1965
			2064 to MASDC May 1965
			2065 on display at Avon, Pennsylvania
			2066 on display at Princess Anne, Maryland
			2067
			2068 to MASDC Apr 1965
			2069 to MASDC Jun 1965.  Salvaged at Socorro bone yard
			2070
			2071
			2072 crashed near Kingman AAF, Arizona Nov 8, 1954
			2073 w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Aug 16, 1963
			2074 bailed to Lockheed Aircraft as a chase plane.  Was preserved in Riverside, California, currently preserved
				in Chino, California
			2075
			2076
			2077 w/o in Texas Sep 30, 1955
			2078 w/o at Barnes Field, Massachusetts May 23, 1961
			2079 to MASDC, salvaged at Socorro bone yard
			2080 to MASDC Apr 1961
			2081
			2082 w/o at Wendover AFB, Utah Aug 20, 1955
			2083 w/o at Gray AFB, Texas Dec 2, 1955
			2084
			2085 (138th TFS, 102nd TFW, New York ANG)
			2086 (101st TFS, Massachusetts ANG)
			2087
			2088
			2089
52-2090/2124	North American YF-86H-5-NA Sabre
			MSN 187-116/150
			2090 (MSN 187-116) bailed back to North American Aviation for tests.  Converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 522090.
				Soc at NAF China Lake, California.  Currently on display outside the Oakland Aviation Museum, Oakland, 
				California.  Formerly called Western Aerospace Museum, name changed in 2007
				to Oakland Aviation Museum 
			2091 (MSN 187-117) converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 522091.  Shot down with AIM-9L May 15, 1974
			2092 (138th TFS/NY ANG) crashed one mile north-east of Phalsbourg AB, 
				France Jan 13, 1962
			2093
			2094 (MSN 187-120) to MASDC as 9F004 Apr 22, 1974.  Converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 522094.  
				W/o at China Lake, CA Nov 13, 1980.
			2095 on display at American Legion Post, Ajo, Arizona.
			2096 to MASDC
			2097 (MSN 187-123) converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 522097.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Mar 21, 1975.
			2098 (MSN 187-124) converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 522098.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Jun 21, 1976
			2099 (MSN 187-125) converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 522099.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Jun 4, 1975
			2100 to MASDC Apr 1965
			2101
			2102 on display at Novato, California
			2103 at McConnell AFB, Kansas Jun 2, 1957
			2104
			2105
			2106 caught fire and crashed at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico May 23, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely.
			2107
			2108 (131st TFS/MA ANG) crashed into woods near Chalons, France during 
				navigational training mission Mar 21, 1962.  Pilot killed
			2109
			2110 to MASDC Jan 1965
			2111 w/o at Griffiss AFB, New York Oct 26, 1965
			2112 converted to QF-86H drone.  SOC Jun 26, 1975
			2113 (101st TFS, 102nd TFW, Massachusetts ANG) w/o at Martin Field, Maryland Nov 16, 1965
			2114
			2115 w/o at Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 25, 1964
			2116 (MSN 187-142) converted to QF-86H drone. Loaned to US Navy as 522116.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Jun 26, 1975
			2117 (136th FIS, New York ANG) went missing on flight over Atlantic Ocean Mar 9, 1959.  Pilot killed.
			2118 (136th FIS, New York ANG) crashed sometime in 1959.
			2119 to MASDC in 1960.  Salvaged Mar 1961
			2120 with 138th TFS, 102nd TFW, New York ANG 1958-1962.
			2121 to MASDC in 1961
			2122 (MSN 187-148) converted to QF-86H drone as 33.  Loaned to US Navy as 52-2122W/o at NAF China Lake, California Jun 19, 1980
			2123 to MASDC 1960.  Salvaged Apr 1961.
			2124 to MASDC in 1960.
52-2125/2126	Cancelled contract
52-2127/2165	Northrop F-89D-45-NO Scorpion
			Most converted to F-89J.
			2127 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 17, 1965.
			2129 converted to F-89J.  On display at Hampton Air Power Park, Virginia
			2135 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
			2138 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
			2141 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 10, 1965.
			2143 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 18, 1965
			2145 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 3, 1965
			2148 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
			2153 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 15, 1965
			2159 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 11, 1965
52-2166/2209	Bell X-9 Shrike
			Testbed for GAM-63 Rascal.  31 X-9s were built, but which 31 (out of this serial
				batch) is unknown (they only bore airframe numbers 1 to 31, together with a
				'build number' of which the lowest noted was 0101 on airframe no 1 and the
				highest noted was 2619 on airframe no 26).
52-2210/2221	Convair B-36J-1-CF Peacemaker
			Originally B-36J-65-CF, since the J models used the same contract number and
				serials as the H models, but were listed at Convair with new numbers
				appropriate to a new model introduction, namely B-36J-1-CF
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			2210 (MSN 351) to MASDC Feb 4, 1959 and scrapped there
			2211 (MSN 352) damaged by lightning while in flight Mar 27, 1957.  
				To MASDC Oct 14, 1958 and scrapped there
			2212 (MSN 353) to MASDC Jan 21, 1959 and scrapped there
			2213 (MSN 354) to MASDC Sep 29, 1958 and scrapped there
			2214 (MSN 355) to MASDC Dec 9, 1958 and scrapped there
			2215 (MSN 356) to MASDC Jan 27, 1959 and scrapped there
			2216 (MSN 357) to MASDC Oct 16, 1958 and scrapped there
			2217 (MSN 358) to MASDC Feb 10, 1959.  Flown Apr 23, 1959 to Offut AFB and put on display at Straegic 
				Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.
			2218 (MSN 359) to MASDC Feb 10, 1959 and scrapped there
			2219 (MSN 360) to MASDC Dec 10, 1958 and scrapped there
			2220 (MSN 361) to MASDC Feb 3, 1959.  Flown Apr 30, 1959 to Wright Patterson AFB, OH and put
				on display at WPAFB Museum.  Last B-36 flight
			2221 (MSN 362) to MASDC Feb 5, 1959 and scrapped there
52-2222/2226	Convair B-36J-5-CF Peacemaker
			Originally B-36J-70-CF, since the J models used the same contract number and
				serials as the H models, but were listed at Convair with new numbers
				appropriate to a new model introduction, namely B-36J-5-CF
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			2222 (MSN 363) to MASDC Oct 14, 1959 and scrapped there
			2223 (MSN 364) to MASDC and scrapped there
			2224 (MSN 365) to MASDC Feb 10, 1959 and scrapped there
			2225 (MSN 366) to MASDC Oct 15, 1958 and scrapped there
			2226 (MSN 367) to MASDC Jan 27, 1959 and scrapped there
52-2227/2375	Cancelled contract
52-2376/2539	Piper L-18C Super Cub
			MSN 18-1976/2139. PA.18 Super Cub 95 for MDAP
			2376 (MSN 18-1976) to Belgian military as L-5, then to D-EDCI
			2377/2426 to Italian Army
				Italian Army / Esercito Italiano Super Cubs were initially allocated a serial based on the US MDAP serial. For political/legal reasons 
				within the Italian military forces, the aircraft were registered to the Ministero della Difesa Esercito as I-EIxx [EI stands for Esercito 
				Italiano, ie, ‘Italian Army / Esercito Italiano’], probably from delivery.   Aircraft listed below with an I-EIxx registration or without 
				a date of registration were no longer registered by June 1964, either having reverted back to their military serial or destroyed. 
				Surviving aircraft were restored to, and operated with, their military serial. Codes were worn which are often referred to as serials. 
				The codes are formatted as E.I. xx [with the EI and number on either side of the roundel].
				2377 (MSN 18-1977) to Italian Army as MM52-2377, registered as I-EIPA (code E.I.57).  Restored to MM52-2377. WFU
				2378 (MSN 18-1978) to Italian army as MM52-2378, registered as I-EIMU (code E.i.xx), restored to MM52-2378.  
					In 2013 was preserved at Viterbo, Italy
				2379 (MSN 18-1979, frame no 18-1914) to Italian Army as MM52-2379, registered Dec 4, 1952 as I-EIGA (code E.I.58),
					then MM52-2379 again.  Registered G-BIYY Jun 2, 1981, current
				2380 (MSN 18-1980) to Italian Army as MM52-2380, registered as I-EICA (code E.I.59(, restored to MM52-2380.  
					Registered G-BPJH May 24, 1983, cancelled Aug 5, 2009.  Registered as G-RCUB Dec 13, 2012, current
				2381 (MSN 18-1981) to Italian Army as MM52-2381, registered s I-EITO (code E.I.60).  Restored to MM52-2381.  WFU
				2382 (MSN 18-1982) to Italian Army as MM52-2382, registerd Mar 5, 1953 as I-EISA (code E.I.61), restored
					to MM52-2382.  WFU
				2383 (MSN 18-1983) to Italian Army as MM52-2383, registered Mar9, 1953 as I-EIAR.  To US civil registry as N1394R.
				2384 (MSN 18-1984) to Italian Army as MM52-2384, registerd Jun 9, 1953 as I-EICE (code E.I.63), restored
					to MM52-2384.  To OY-DRY.  Fuselage of 53-4713 used in rebuild.  To LN-HHQ Jun 22, 1981, cancelled Jun 22, 1996.
					To SE-LDZ.
				2385 (MSN 18-1985) to Italian Army as MM52-2385, registered as I-EIME (code E.I.64), restored to MM52-2385.
					Registered G-BJWX Feb 23, 1982, current
				2386 (MSN 18-1986) to Italian Army as MM52-2386, registered Mar 5, 1953 as I-EIMI (code E.I.65), restored to
					MM52-2386.  Current as N3268A
				2387 (MSN 18-1987) to Italian Army as MM52-2387, registered as I-EILA.  W/o Jul 6, 1962 at Alghero, Sardinia
				2388 (MSN 18-1988, frame no 18-1938) to Italian Army as MM52-2388, registered Sep 11, 1953 as I-EILO (code E.I.66),
					restored to MM52-2388.  Registered G-BJEI Jul 27, 1981, current
				2389 (MSN 18-1989) to Italian Army as MM52-2389, registered as I-EIDU
				2390 (MSN 18-1990) to Italian Army as MM52-2390, registered as I-EIBI (code E.I.67), restored to MM52-2390.
					Registered G-BKET Jun 17, 1982, current.
				2391 (MSN 18-1991) to Italian Army as MM52-2391, registered Sep 11, 1953 as I-EILE (code E.I.68), restored
					to MM52-2391
				2392 (MSN 18-1992) to Italian Army as MM52-2392, registered Jun 9, 1953 as I-EILI
					(code E.I.69), restored to MM52-2392.  G-BKDG registered as an L-18B
					with MSN 18-1992 which fits with 52-2392, but its frame number was 
					apparently 18-3400, which equates to MSN 18-3665 which was 53-7765 that
					is now on US registry as N9837Q.  G-BKDG was indeed 18-1992, which was 
					ex Italian Army
				2393 (MSN 18-1993) to Italian Army as MM52-3293, registered as I-EILU.  Became I-ZUMA
				2394 (MSN 18-1994) to Italian Army as MM52-2394, registered Jun 9, 1953 as I-EIBA (code E.I.70), restored to
					MM52-2394.  Became OY-ANW, then SE-IMF
				2395 (MSN 18-1995) to Italian Army as MM52-2395, registered as I-EIBE.   To I-VITE
				2396 (MSN 18-1996) to Italian Army as MM52-2396, registered as I-EIBO
				2397 (MSN 18-1997) to Italian Army as MM52-2397, registered Nov 5, 1953 as I-EIAL
				2398 (MSN 18-1998, frame no 18-1963) to Italian Army as MM52-2398, registered Oct 21, 1954 as I-EIAM (code E.I.71),
					restored to MM52-2398.  At some time during Italian service it was rebuilt and given MSN OMA 71-08.  
					Originally registered as G-BJTR Dec 4, 1981 but cancelled Dec 29, 1981.  Became G-AMEN instead on Dec 29, 1981.  
					G-AMEN still current on UK registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
				2399 (MSN 18-1999) to Italian Army as MM52-2399, registered as I-EICI [code E.I. 72].  Restored to MM52-2399.
				2400 (MSN 18-2000) to Italian Army as MM52-2400, registered Sep 19, 1953 as I-EIDA
				2401 (MSN 18-2001) to Italian Army as MM52-2401, registered as I-EIDE (code E.I.74), restored to MM52-2401. 
					Then to G-BIZV June 1981; still flying in England, painted in US Army colors with its MSN as its tail number!
					Registration G-BIZV cancelled by CAA on October 23, 2014.  Restored as G-BIZV Dec 9, 2014
				2402 (MSN 18-2002) to Italian Army as MM52-2402, registered as I-EIDI (code E.I.75), restored to MM52-2402,
					Became I-ARMY
				2403 (MSN 18-2003) to Italian Army as MM52-2403, registered as I-EIDO [code E.I. 76].  Restored to MM52-2403
				2404 (MSN 18-2004) to Italian Army as MM52-2404, registered as I-EIGO [code E.I. 77].  Restored to MM52-2404
				2405 (MSN 18-2005) became N3134F.  Destroyed at Houston, TX Jul 22, 2006
				2406 (MSN 18-2006) to Italian Army as MM52-2506, registered Mar 30, 1954 as I-EIFI (code E.I.79), restored to
					MM52-2506.  Became OY-DVV, then SE-IMG, then D-ETPH.
				2407 (MSN 18-2007) to Italian Army as MM52-2407, registered as I-EIFA [code E.I. 80].  Restored to MM52-2407
				2408 (MSN 18-2008) to Italian Army as MM52-2408, registered as I-EIFO [code E.I. 81].  Restored to MM52-2408.   To N27363, current
				2409 (MSN 18-2009) to Italian Army as MM52-2409, registered 5Jun54 as I-EIFE [code E.I. 82].  Restored to MM52-2409
				2410 (MSN 18-2010) to Italian Army as MM52-2410, registered as I-EIPE.
				2411 (MSN 18-2011) to Italian Army as MM52-2411, registered as I-EIPI.  Became I-BITB.
				2412 (MSN 18-2012) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2412, registered as I-EIPO.  DBR at Rome, Italy Mar 11, 1957
				2413 (MSN 18-2013) to Italian Army as MM52-2413, registered as I-EIPU (code E.I.83), restored to MM52-2413.
					Then to I-BDUE, to D-EANC Jul 2004.  Registered May 11, 2006 to
					Flying Focus Castricum BV of Castricum as PH-FLH.
				2414 (MSN 18-2014) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2414, registered 21Oct54 as I-EIRA [code E.I. 84].  Restored to MM52-2414.
				2415 (MSN 18-2015) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2415, registered as I-EIRO [code E.I. 85].  DBR landing in a field at 
					Urbe, Italy Apr 20, 1955.
				2416 (MSN 18-2016) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2416, registered as I-EIRE [code E.I. 86].
				2417 (MSN 18-2017) to Italian Army as MM52-2417, registered Jun 5, 1954 as I-EIRU (code E.I.87), restored to
					MM52-2417.  To OO-LUL and currently as G-BPUL
				2418 (MSN 18-2018) to Italian Army as MM52-2418, registered as I-EIRI.  Became I-LABO
				2419 (MSN 18-2019) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2419, registered 5Jun54 as I-EISO [code E.I. 88].   Restored to MM52-2419. 
					To N3134G, current
				2420 (MSN 18-2020) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2420, registered 2Aug55 as I-EISE [code E.I. 89].   Restored to MM52-2420. 
					To N917CS, current
				2421 (MSN 18-2021) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2421, registered as I-EISI [code E.I. 90].  Restored to MM52-2421
				2422 (MSN 18-2022) to Italian Army as MM52-2422, registered Mar 30, 1954 as I-EISU (code E.I.91), restored to
					MM52-2422.  Registered G-BJFE Aug 17, 1981
				2423 (MSN 18-2023) to Italian Army as MM52-2423, registered as I-EITA (code E.I.92), restored to MM52-2423.
					Became I-NACA, reported sold to owner in Germany Dec 2006
				2424 (MSN 18-2024) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2424, registered as I-EITI [code E.I. 93]. Restored to MM52-2424.
				2425 (MSN 18-2025) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2425, registered as I-EITE [code E.I. 94]. Restored to MM52-2425
				2426 (MSN 18-2026) to Italian Army / Esercito Italiano as MM52-2426, registered as I-EITU [code E.I. 95]. Restored to MM52-2426
			2427/2476 to Royal Netherlands Air Force (KLu)
				2427 (MSN 18-2027) to KLu as R-30.  To PH-WAO May 1, 1964, to OO-CAO sep 25, 1964, 9Q-CAO
				2428 (MSN 18-2028) to KLu as R-31.  W/o Aug 7, 1953 at Horst, Netherlands when struck haystack during takeoff from
					improvised airfield.
				2429 (MSN 18-2029) to KLu as R-32.  W/o
				2430 (MSN 18-2030) to KLu as R-33.  To D-EMAD Nov 1966.  Still current
				2431 (MSN 18-2031) to KLu as R-34.  To D-ELIH Aug 1959.  Still current
				2432 (MSN 18-2032) to KLu as R-35.  To D-ENWO Apr 1966.  Wfu in 2003
				2433 (MSN 18-2033) to KLu as R-36.  To D-ENLC Sep 1966.  Still current
				2434 (MSN 18-2034) to KLu as R-37.  To D-EMOR May 1966, OE-COR in 1985, S5-MBL in 1999
				2435 (MSN 18-2035) to KLu as R-38.  DBR Jan 22, 1953
				2436 (MSN 18-2036) to KLu as R-43.  To PH-NLF Jun 28, 1966. WFU Apr 24, 1972.
					PH-NLF was rebuilt in 1974, and acquired dataplate from and identity
					of PH-MBF.  Became G-CUBJ Dec 15, 1982 and registered with MSN 18-5395.
					Registration still current Aug 2, 2006.
				2437 (MSN 18-2037) to KLu as R-39.  To D-EMAM May 1966.  Still current
				2438 (MSN 18-2038) to KLu as R-46.  To LN-KCP. To SE-IKO Apr 27, 1983.  Still current
				2439 (MSN 18-2039) to KLu as R-47.  Crashed Ruulo, Netherlands Mar 12, 1957
				2440 (MSN 18-2040) to KLu as R-75.  To F-BNQL, w/o 1976
				2441 (MSN 18-2041) to KLu as R-66.  To D-ENAS, G-ZAZA May 1, 1984.  Still current
				2442 (MSN 18-2042) to KLu as R-48.  To LN-KCR, registration cancelled.
				2443 (MSN 18-2043) to KLu as R-49.  To D-EMOD Aug 1966, registration cancelled 1974
				2444 (MSN 18-2044) to KLu as R-67.  To PH-NLG Jul 26, 1966, cancelled, became OO-NLG
				2445 (MSN 18-2045) to KLu as 8A-40, later R-40.  To PH-WJK Jun 28, 1966.  To G-BAFV Oct 24, 1972.  Still current
				2446 (MSN 18-2046) to KLu as R-50.  To PH-JWK Jun 8, 1966, PH-LUF Jun 4, 1971, D-ELUF Jan 22, 1976.  Still current
				2447 (MSN 18-2047) to KLu as 8A-51, then R-51.  To PH-CUB (NTU), PH-NLE Jun 21, 1966, G-AXGA Apr 25, 1969.
					G-AXGA damaged in landing at Felthorpe Dec 26, 1986.   WFU May 29, 1987.
					In August 1990 noted in private workshop in Boston, England
				2448 (MSN 18-2048) to KLu as R-52.  To D-EMVY, to G-AMPF Feb 1, 1985, cancelled Feb 5, 1992
				2449 (MSN 18-2049) to KLu as R-41.  To D-EMEP (ntu), LX-AIT, registration cancelled.
				2450 (MSN 18-2050) to KLU as R-44.  To D-EMKE, G-BRRL Sep 17, 1990.  Still current
				2451 (MSN 18-2051) to KLu as R-42.  Registration LN-BFR originally
					reserved but NTU.  To LN-KCO.  Still current	
				2452 (MSN 18-2052) to KLu as 8A-45, then R-45.  To PH-NLB Jun 8, 1966, G-AXLZ Jul 18, 1969.  Damaged Aug 14,1997
					but still on UK civil registry as of Aug 16, 2006.
				2453 (MSN 18-2053) to KLu as R-68.  Became LN-KCU
				2454 (MSN 18-2054) to KLu as R-69.  To LN-KCV.  To SE-IVO Jul 4, 1986.  Still current.
				2455 (MSN 18-2055) to KLu as R-70.  To OO-SPF, G-BCMD Sep 4, 1974
				2456 (MSN 18-2056) to KLu as R-71.  To D-ENAW Sep 1966, OE-ANF in 1973.  Still current
				2457 (MSN 18-2057) to KLu as R-72.  To PH-NLD May 24, 1966, G-BLMR May 29, 1984.  Still current
				2458 (MSN 18-2058) to KLu as R-73.  To PH-JKB Jul 26, 1966, D-EBHV Sep 17, 1974.  Still current
				2459 (MSN 18-2059) to KLu as R-74.  To LN-KCU.  Still current
				2460 (MSN 18-2060) to KLu as R-53.  To OO-SPG, later OO-LBG.  At some point was
					rebuilt and exchanged fuselages with 51-15650. 
				2461 (MSN 18-2061) to KLu as R-54.  To LN-KCS, registration cancelled
				2462 (MSN 18-2062) to KLu as R-76.  To LN-KCK, still current
				2463 (MSN 18-2063) to KLu as R-77.  To PH-VBF ntu, PH-WAN Dec 10, 1962, OO-WAN Dec 8, 1970.
					W/o Tunis Aug 23, 1975.
				2464 (MSN 18-2064) to KLu as R-78.  DBR Nov 9, 1957
				2465 (MSN 18-2065) to KLu as 8A-79, then R-79.  To PH-CWA Sep 30, 1963, to 
					G-NICK Oct 17, 1979, cancelled Apr 3, 1989.  G-NICK restored Jun 9, 2009.
				2466 (MSN 18-2066) to KLu as R-55.  To German civil registry as D-ENWI.  To G-BLMI Jun 5, 1984.
					2466 seen painted as 5202466 on the fin with Dutch serial R-55 for many years.
				2467 (MSN 18-2067) to KLu as R-56.   Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145) crashed into hangar at Gilze-Rijen, 
					Netherland Oct 30, 1961.
				2468 (MSN 18-2068) to KLu as R-57.  DBR Oldebroek, Netherlands Nov 10, 1955
				2469 (MSN 18-2069) to KLu as R-58.  To LN-KCT, cancelled.
				2470 (MSN 18-2070) to KLu as R-59.  To OO-SPH
				2471 (MSN 18-2071) to KLu as R-60.  DBR Feb 9, 1956
				2472 (MSN 18-2072) to KLu as R-61.  To D-ENAN May 1966.  Still current
				2473 (MSN 18-2073) to KLu as R-62.  To PH-GAL Jun 3, 1966, w/o Teuge Mar 3, 1976.
				2474 (MSN 18-2074) to KLu as R-63.  DBR Aug 14, 1954
				2475 (MSN 18-2075) to KLu as R-64.  To PH-JKW, next PH-WKJ ntu, next to Surinam as PZ-NAX, 
					Sep 14, 1966 registered to Aeroclub Surinam, Sep 14, 1969 registration cnx, next to 
					N33617, current
				2476 (MSN 18-2076) to KLu as R-65.  To F-BNOH (ntu), F-BNLR.  Still current
			2477 (MSN 18-2077)
			2478 (MSN 18-2078) to French Army, later civilianized as F-BOOP
			2483 (MSN 18-2083) to French Army.  Became OO-ALZ, then D-EXJL Nov 2006.
			2484 (MSN 18-2084) to French Army. Became D-ENUI.
			2492 (MSN 18-2092) to French Army as 18-2092, then became G-AYPS Jan 13, 1971.
			2494 (MSN 18-2094) to French Army.  Became D-ELTG, then LN-HHI
				(registration LN-HHE originally reserved but NTU).  Reportedly
				is now a floatplane.
			2497 (MSN 18-2097) to French Army, then became F-BOMH
			2499 (MSN 18-2099) to French Army, then became D-EBHL, then D-EBHY.
			2500 (MSN 18-2100) to French Army, then to D-EIGG
			2504 (MSN 18-2104) to French Army, then to D-EDGB
			2508 (MSN 18-2108) to French Army, then became F-BOOR
			2519 (MSN 18-2119) to N4075A, current
			2521 (MSN 18-2121) to N4068A, current
			2524 (MSN 18-2124) to N10341, current
			2527 (MSN 18-2127) to N4080A, current
			2532 (MSN 18-2132) MAP to Luxembourg Army as 941.  Later became LX-FAC
			2536 at Army Air Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.
			2538 (MSN 18-2138) MAP to Luxembourg Army as LX-FAB
52-2540		Helio YL-24 Courier
			MSN 1.  Had civil registry of N92859.  Listed as being at Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker, AL,
				but not there in June 1997.
52-2541/2601	Cancelled contract
52-2602/2628	Boeing KC-97G-24-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16633/16659.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			2602 converted to C-97G.  Named “City of Prescott” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1975.
			2603 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
			2604 to MASDC as CH610.  To civilian market as N97GX.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
			2605 converted to KC-97L
			2606 converted to C-97K
			2607 converted to C-97G, later to C-97K.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1971.
			2608 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1968
			2609 converted to C-97K
			2610 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967
			2611 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967
			2612 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1971.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registration 4X-FPT, military serial unknown
			2613 converted to C-97K
			2614 converted to C-97K.  to MASDC Apr 15, 1966.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registration 4X-FPP, military serial unknown.  
				Was still a KC-97G in Dec 1973.
			2615 converted to KC-97L.
			2616 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 26, 1969
			2617 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH519 Apr 21, 1972.
			2618 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Oct 29, 1966
			2619 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
			2620 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 21, 1968
			2621 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 31, 1967
			2623 to MASDC Ar 26, 1966.  Converted to C-97K sold to Israel.
			2624 (MSN 16655) converted to C-97K.  To Florence, SC Air and Missile Museum.  Now closed.
				Noted Jun 2004 at Florence AP, SC.  Aircraft of the former museum are
				now the responsibility of Shaw AFB
			2625 (MSN 16656) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Apr 27, 1966.  Sold to Aero Spacelines, used to build 
				Super Guppy SGT-2901-1 N211AS, later F-BTGV.
			2626 (MSN 16657) converted to C-97G.  Later to civilian registry as HB-ILY with
				Balair Air Lines of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red Cross
				by the Foundation for Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift.  
				To MASDC as CH439 Mar 19, 1970.  On loan to Pima Air and Space 
				Museum, Tucson, Arizona from USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.  At Pima, the
				vertical stabilizer has been replaced with the stabilizer from
				52-2758.
			2627 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 1, 1966.  Sold to Israel AF as civilian registry 4X-FPS, military serial 037.
				Returned to original KC-97G configuration.  W/o Nov 30, 1970 in nighttime collision with
				TWA Boeing 707 at Lod Airport.
			2628 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jul 29, 1969
52-2629/2664	Boeing KC-97G-25-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16660/16695.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			2629 to MASDC Jul 31, 1963
			2630 (MSN 16661) converted to KC-97L.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum
			2631 (MSN 16662) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as N52631 and later HB-ILK
				with Nordchurchaid (Joint Church Aid flown by Flight Test Research
				Inc).  To MASDC Apr 11, 1970.  Scrapped.
			2632 converted to C-97G.  Named “City of Prescott” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972.  To MASDC as CH528 Jun 28, 1972
			2633 converted to C-97G
			2634 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 7, 1970
			2635 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 27, 1967
			2636 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965
			2639 modified for peripheral ELINT with tub on the belly.
			2640 to MASDC Aug 8, 1962
			2641 converted to C-97G.  Named “City of Mesa” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972
			2642 converted to C-97G, then to KC-97L.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1976 
			2643 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH508 Jul 28, 1971
			2645 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 1966.
			2646 converted to C-97G
			2647 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 15, 1968
			2648 converted to C-97G
			2649 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 21, 1971
			2650 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 27, 1967
			2651 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Feb 7, 1967
			2652 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 28, 1970
			2653 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC as CH504 Jun 23, 1971
			2655 converted to C-97G
			2656 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH603 Nov 17, 1977
			2657 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1971
			2658 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1971
			2660 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 14, 1968
			2661 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1967
			2662 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1966
			2663 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967
			2664 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1968
52-2665/2700	Boeing KC-97G-26-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16696/16731.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			2665 (MSN 16696) converted to HC-97G. To MASDC Mar 10, 1967.
			2666 (MSN 16697) with 96th BW suffered severe carburetor icing immediately after takeoff from Elmendorf AFB, AK
				Aug 27, 1956.  All 8 crew except the pilot bailed out over water, and the plane landed intact at Elmendorf.
				7 of the 8 airmen were lost and their remains were never recovered. 
				To 96th Aerial Refueling Squadron at Altus AFB Nov 1957.  Mar 1958 to 40th Aerial Refuelin Squadron at
				Schilling AFB, KS with deployment to Thule AB.  Jul 1961 to 310th Aerial Refueling Squadron at Schilling AFB
				Mar 1962 to 310th Strategic Aerospace wing at Schilling AFB.  Jun 1963 to 22nd Bombardment Wing at
				March AFB, CA.  Converted to C-97K.  Apr 1966 to 3960th Strategic Aerospace Wing at Andersen AB, Guam.
				To MASDC Jun 9, 1969.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Sep 1969.
			2667 (MSN 16698) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1967
			2668 (MSN 16699) to MASDC Jan 13, 1965
			2669 (MSN 16700) converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  Used to simulate carrier deck wind conditions for aircraft firefighting
				practice, wings outboard of engines removed.
			2670 (MSN 16701) to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
			2671 (MSN 16702) converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966
			2672 (MSN 16703) converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1971
			2673 (MSN 16704) converted to C-97G
			2674 (MSN 16705) converted to C-97G
			2675 (MSN 16706) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC May 12, 1975
			2676 (MSN 16707) converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52676.  W/o
				Sep 26, 1969 when it crashed on final approach to Uli, Nigeria,
				operated by Nordchurchaid (Joint Church Aid flown by Flight Test
				Research Inc)
			2677 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
			2678 (MSN 16709) converted to C-97G.  Converted for intelligence gathering by General Dynamics
				and used by 7405th SS from Wiesbaden, Germany in late 1960s.
			2679 (MSN 16710) converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52679.  DBR
				on landing May 7, 1969 at Uli airfield, Nigeria during Biafran
				airlift, operated by Nordchurch (Joint Church Aid flown by Flight
				Test Research Inc)  Later destroyed by rockets from FMG MiG fighters
				May 8, 1969.
			2680 (MSN 16711) to MASDC Nov 5, 1965.  Returned to service Feb 20, 1970 and 
				converted to KC-97L.  Back to MASDC and sold to DMI Aviation in 1984.  It was broken up in their 
				Tucson yard in 1990. The cockpit section of 52-2680 remained in the yard until found by Robert and 
				Leigh Thompson, owners of the B-52 Billiards Hall in Denver. They bought it and used it as a bar in 
				their hall, until it was closed down in early 2006.  Apparently it then ended up in the wrecker's yard.
				where Sean Keating found it. The fin of 52-2680 was used on H&P's N29866 ex 52-2695.
			2681 converted to C-97K
			2682 converted to C-97G
			2683 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registry 4X-FPR, military serial 033.  Modified
				to ELINT.  Shot down by Egyptian SAM-2 Sep 17, 1971.
			2684 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC as CH506  Jun 29, 1971
			2685 wreck seen lying near Mistassini Lake in Quebec, Canada.  
			2686 converted to C-97G.  Modified for peripheral ELINT with tub 
				on the belly.  To MASDC as CH434.  Transferred to another agency May 2, 1971.
			2687 converted to C-97G.  modified as photo reconnaissance aircraft.
			2688 converted to C-97G.  modified as photo reconnaissance aircraft.
				Had ventral tub radome.  To MASDC as CH436 by at least May 2, 1971.
			2689 converted to KC-97L, then to C-97L.
			2690 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967. 
			2691 to MASDC Jul 31, 1963
			2692 converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1971.
			2693 modified as YC-97J, flying test bed for Pratt and Whitney YT34-P-5 turboprops.
				To MASDC as CH626 Aug 3, 1964.  Later acquired by Aero Spacelines along 
				with 52-2762 and parts used for B-377SG (Super Guppy)
			  	N1038V (N1038V was originally a Stratocruiser with Pan American).  To AMARC as
			 	NA0001 Jul 9, 1991.  Now with Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			2694 (MSN 16725) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Jul 28, 1977.  To civil registry as N1396M.  Later
				to N31338 with Dross Metals.  Preserved at Grant County 
				International Airport, Moses Lake, WA, and was going to be converted
				into a restaurant, but the deal fell through.  The wings and tail are now missing.
			2695 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH597 Jun 28, 1977.  To H&P as N29866.  Stored at Greybull, WY Jul 2002 
				as N29866.  It has the fin from 52-2680, with the number 0-22680 still painted on it.
			2696 converted to C-97G.
			2697 (MSN 16728) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC.  Now on display at Grissom AFB Air Park, Indiana.
			2698 converted to KC-97L.  To civilian market as N1365N
			2699 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 19, 1970
			2700 (509th BW) lost blade off #2 prop on takeoff at Walker AFB, NM early 1956.  Blade slashed through the fuselage and
				hit the refueling tanks.  Aircraft rolled into the ground and was totally destroyed.  No survivors.
52-2701/2736	Boeing KC-97G-27-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16732/16767.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			2701 to MASDC Apr 1, 1965
			2702 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
			2703 (509th BW) crashed at Pease AFB after #2 turbo exploded and caused wing to catch fire.  Impacted the ground, with no 
				survivors.  Date?
			2704 to MASDC May 10, 1965
			2705 to MASDC as CH199 May 7, 1965
			2706 to MASDC Apr 19, 1965
			2707 to MASDC May 10, 1965
			2708 to MASDC May 14, 1965
			2709 to MASDC Jun 5, 1965
			2710 to MASDC as CH352 May 17, 1965.  Returned to service Jun 23, 1971 and
				converted to KC-97L.
			2711 (509th BW) crashed into mountains N of Flagstaff, AZ Oct 29, 1957.  All 16 onboard killed.
			2712 to MASDC Sep 25, 1963
			2713 converted to HC-97G.
			2714 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH517 Apr 14, 1972
			2715 to MASDC Apr 2, 1965
			2716 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH525 Jun 23, 1972
			2717 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1971.
			2718 converted to KC-97L. To MASDC Sep 22, 1976. Sold Jul 17, 1981 to Kola Inc of Tucson, AZ 
				as N1175K and converted to C-97G.  Auctioned to GraceAire of TX for use in humanitarian 
				supply missions as N117GA.  Now airworthy with Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation
				of Farmingdale, NJ as N117GA "Angel of Deliverance" flying 
				museum.  Bears markings of YC-97A, later C-97A, 45-59595, the only Stratofreighter
				to be utilized in the airlift.
			2719 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1967.
			2720 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1967
			2721 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 9, 1971
			2722 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 30, 1971
			2723 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 11, 1967
			2724 converted to C-97G, later to EC-97G.
			2725 converted to C-97G. to MASDC Jun 11, 1969
			2726 converted to C-97G.
			2727 (MSN 16758) converted to C-97G.  To civilian market as N52727 then HB-ILG
				and operated for the Red Crossby Nordchurchaid (Joint Church
				Aid flown by Flight Test Research Inc in the Biafran Air
				Lift.  To MASDC Mar 8, 1970.  Scrapped.
			2728 converted to C-97G. I have this plane as crashing near Newry, ME with 380th ARS due to engine fire Jun 27, 1960.
				All five crew killed.  But was seem alive and well at RAF Mildenhall, UK Jun 13, 1971
				with Texas ANG.  To MASDC as CH532 Nov 10, 1972.  Returned to service Feb 21, 1973.  Back to MASDC Mar 26, 1975.
			2729 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 25, 1969 and dropped from inventory as surplus.
				To Southwestern Alloy, Tucson, AZ Oct 1973 and scrapped.
			2730 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1973
			2731 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 16, 1971
			2732 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1971
			2733 to MASDC Oct 30, 1963
			2734 (MSN 16765) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as HB-ILW with Balair
				Air Lines of Switzerland in 1969 and operated by Balair for the Red
				Cross by Foundation for Airborne Relief in the Biafran
				Air Lift.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1970.  Scrapped
			2735 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1969
			2736 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH510 Oct 21, 1971.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registry 4X-FPN, military serial 039.
				By 1990 was at Israeli AF Museum, Hazerim, Israel.
52-2737/2772	Boeing KC-97G-28-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16768/16803.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			2737 (MSN 16768) lost engine power in two engines during takeoff from
				Plattsburgh AFB, NY and crashed into Lake Champlain Jul 18, 1957.
				5 of 8 onboard killed.
			2739 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH522 Jun 21, 1972
			2741 to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
			2742 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
			2743 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
			2744 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
			2745 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
			2746 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
			2747 to MASDC Oct 17, 1965
			2748 to MASDC Dec 16, 1965
			2749 to MASDC Apr 2, 1965
			2750 to MASDC Apr 2, 1965
			2751 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
			2752 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
			2753 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
			2754 converted to HC-97G.  Assigned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  To MASDC as CH514 Apr 7, 1972
			2755 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964
			2756 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
			2757 to MASDC May 7, 1965
			2758 to MASDC Nov 9, 1964
			2759 (MSN 16790) converted to C-97G.  Leased to Balair Air Lines
				of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red Cross by Foundation
				for Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift.  Returned to
				USAF.  To MASDC as CH507 Jul 7, 1971
			2760 to MASDC Sep 8, 1964
			2761 (MSN 16792) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH599 Jul 29, 1977.   
				Later to civilian market as N29862.  Stored at Greybull, WY
			2762 modified as YC-97J, flying test bed for
				Pratt and Whitney YT34-P-5 turboprops
			2763 to MASDC Oct 20, 1964
			2764 converted to C-97G. To MASDC Apr 8, 1970.  To civilian market at N227AR.  Now on display north of Dodgeville, WI.
			2765 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
			2766 converted to C-97G, later to KC-97L.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1970.  To Aero Spacelines as N22766, broken up for parts
				and sold to Airbus, section 44 shipped to France combined with 53-1025 to build Super Guppy SGT-201-3(F) F-GDSG
			2767 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
			2768 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965
			2769 to MASDC Oct 5, 1965
			2770 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
			2771 to MASDC Apr 16, 1965
			2772 to MASDC Jul 8, 1963
52-2773/2806	Boeing KC-97G-29-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16804/16837.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
			2795,2799,2805 converted to C-97G.
			2773,2782,2783,2788,2791,2797,2806 converted to HC-97G.
			2773 converted to HC-97G.  Assigned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1964.  Used by NASA to train Gemini
				spacecraft recovery crews.  Was filming paradrops by pararescue crews training for delivery and installation
				of Gemini capsule flotation collars off Castle Harbour, Bermuda when involved in midair accident with 
				HC-54D 42-72590 Jun 29, 1964 and crashed into sea
			2774 to MASDC Sep 8, 1964
			2775 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965
			2776 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
			2777 to MASDC May 7, 1965
			2778 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
			2779 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
			2780 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
			2781 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965.
			2782 converted to HC-97G.  Assigned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  To MASDC as CH513 Apr 11, 1972
			2783 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Nov 22, 1966
			2784 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Nov 8, 1966
			2785 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
			2786 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
			2787 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
			2788 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
			2789 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
			2790 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 3, 1971
			2791 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH529 Jun 7, 1972.
			2792 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965
			2793 to MASDC Jul 30, 1963
			2796 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964
			2797 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH523 Jun 21, 1972
			2799 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1970.  Sold to Israel AF 
				with civil registry 4X-FPO, military serial 035.
			2800 to MASDC Sep 25, 1964
			2801 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
			2802 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
			2804 to GKC-97G ground instructional airframe Jul 1963 at Sheppard AFB.
				Dropped from inventory as salvage Jan 1975.
			2805 to MASDC Jun 2, 1975.
			2806 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Mar 13, 1967
52-2807/2811	Cancelled contract
52-2812/2818	Convair B-36J-5-CF Peacemaker
			Originally B-36J-70-CF, since the J models used the same contract number and
				serials as the H models, but were listed at Convair with new numbers
				appropriate to a new model introduction, namely B-36J-5-CF
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			2812 (MSN 368) to MASDC Jan 16, 1959 and scrapped there
			2813 (MSN 369) to MASDC Oct 15, 1958 and scrapped there
			2814 (MSN 370) to MASDC Feb 5, 1959 and scrapped there
			2815 (MSN 371) to MASDC Jan 23, 1959 and scrapped there
			2816 (MSN 372) accidentally dropped an unarmed Mk 17 thermonuclear weapon near 
				Albuquerque, NM May 22, 1957.  To MASDC Feb 6, 1959 and scrapped there
			2817 (MSN 373) to MASDC Sep 26, 1958 and scrapped there
			2818 (MSN 374) broke up in midflight during severe thunderstorm May 25, 1955 and crashed
				near Sterling City, TX.  All aboard killed.
				There were rumors that an atomic bomb had been aboard, and the
				bodies of the crew stayed in the wreckage for 3 days until the
				nuclear weapon could be retrieved and taken away.
52-2819/2827	Convair B-36J-10-CF Peacemaker
			Originally B-36J-75-CF, since the J models used the same contract number and
				serials as the H models, but were listed at Convair with new numbers
				appropriate to a new model introduction, namely B-36J-10-CF
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			2819 (MSN 375) to MASDC Dec 16, 1958 and scrapped there
			2820 (MSN 376) to MASDC Feb 4, 1959 and scrapped there
			2821 (MSN 377) to MASDC Feb 10, 1959 and scrapped there
			2822 (MSN 378) to MASDC Jan 13, 1959 and scrapped there
			2823 (MSN 379) to MASDC Jan 13, 1959 and scrapped there
			2824 (MSN 380) to MASDC Feb 10, 1959 and scrapped there
			2825 (MSN 381) to MASDC Feb 3, 1959 and scrapped there
			2826 (MSN 382) to MASDC Jan 15, 1959 and scrapped there
			2827 (MSN 383) was last B-36 built.  Was last operational B-36, retired from 95th BW at Biggs AFB, TX
				Feb 12, 1959 and put on display at Amon Carter Field, Fort Worth.  In late 1970s was moved to Southwest Aero Museum
				In early 1990s was moved to a building donated by Lockheed Marton. Reported Oct 2005 to have been moved from 
				Aviation Heritage Collection, TX to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.  Reported Nov 2007 to be
				undergoing restoration at Pima.  Reassembly complete Oct 2009, and on display at Pima Air and Space Museum
52-2828/2832	Douglas RB-66A-DL Destroyer
			A3D Skywarrior development for USAF.  Pre-production aicraft fitted for reconnaissance, not use operationally.
			2828 first flight Jun 28, 1954.  Bailed to General Electric for engine testbed work to test engines for CV-880 and CV-990 and
				redesignated JRB-66A.  Bailed back to Douglas.   Struck off charge for scrap at Edwards AFB Jan 17, 1962.
			2829 (JRB-66A) struck off charge for scrap at Davies-Monthan AFB Feb 2, 1961
			2830 (JRB-66A) assigned to 4440th ADB, Langley AFB.  Transferred to US Navy at Inglewood May 6, 1960
			2831 bailed back to Douglas, then transferred to USN at Inglewood May 6, 1960.
			2832 (JRB-66A) to 3206th TW, 3201th ABW, bailed back to Douglas.  Aasigned to WRDCE 1958-59.  Assigned
				to WRDCM 1959.  transferred to US Navy at Davis-Monthan AFB Feb 20, 1960
52-2833/2892	Canadair F-86E-6-CAN Sabre
			Ex-RCAF Sabre Mk 2 transferred to USAF in 1952.  According to USAF records, the RCAF serials and the corresponding 
				USAF serials were not assigned in the same numerical order. 
			2833 ex-RCAF 19244.  W/o in Korea Ma6 16, 1953
			2834 ex-RCAF 19258
			2835 ex-RCAF 19245.  To MASDC in 1959.  Salvaged
			2836 ex-RCAF 19260.  (4th FIG, 335th FIS) collided with F-86 51-12972 and crashed Jul 11, 1953. Pilot killed.
			2837 ex-RCAF 19257.  To MASDC in 1959.  Salvaged
			2838 ex-RCAF 19263.  With 51st FIG, 25th FIS lost from unknown cause after separated from flight in bad weather over
				North Korea Jul 4, 1953.  Pilot (from Royal Air Force) never heard from again, believed killed.
			2839 ex-RCAF 19256.  (4th FIG, 336th FIG) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Feb 19, 1953.  Pilot POW.
			2840 ex-RCAF 19259.  (4th FIG, 335th FIS) crashed on takeoff in Korea May 4, 1953.  Pilot killed.
			2841 ex-RCAF 19282.  (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Oct 6, 1952.  Pilot POW.
			2842 ex-RCAF 19261.  (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed Dec 27, 1952.
			2843 ex-RCAF 19284.  To MASDC.  Salvaged Mar 1958.
			2844 ex-RCAF 19262.  Was preserved at Williams AFB, Arizona.  Now on display with Illinois ANG at Springfield, Illinois
			2845 ex-RCAF 19264. (7625th OPS) crashed near Albuquerque, New Mexico Mar 4, 1957.
			2846 ex-RCAF 19251.  Crashed into river near Langley AFB, Virginia Feb 20, 1952
			2847 ex-RCAF 19288.  Crashed at unknown date
			2848 ex-RCAF 19279.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged Mar 1959.
			2849 ex-RCAF 19280.  W/o in Japan Mar 18, 1954.
			2850 ex-RCAF 19297.  Was with 4th FW, 334th FS at Kimpo AB (K-14), S Korea Feb 6th 1953.  To MASDC in 1958, salvaged.
			2851 ex-RCAF 19299.  W/o in Nevada Sep 28, 1953.
			2852 ex-RCAF 19295.  To MASDC.  Salvaged Mar 1958
			2853 ex-RCAF 19296.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged
			2954 ex-RCAF 19309/  To MASDC, Salvaged 1958
			2855 ex-RCAF 19310.  (51st FIG, 39th FIS) crashed in Korea due to engine problems Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA
			2856 ex-RCAF 19311.  Credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea.  To MASDC in 1958
			2857 ex-RCAF 19313.  To MASDC.  Salvaged Mar 1958
			2858 ex-RCAF 19316.  W/o in Korea Jan 1, 1953.
			2859 ex-RCAF 19314.  (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashed into mountain in Korea in bad weather Nov 6, 1952.
			2860 ex-RCAF 19321.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged
			2861 ex-RCAF 19322.  To MASDC in 1957.  Salvaged
			2862 ex-RCAF 19306.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged
			2863 ex-RCAF 19308.  W/o in Korea Jul 20, 1953
			2864 ex-RCAF 19327.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged
			2865 ex-RCAF 19329.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged in 1958
			2866 ex-RCAF 19324.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged
			2867 ex-RCAF 19331.  To MASDC in 1957.  Salvaged in 1958
			2868 ex-RCAF 19334.  To MASDC in 1959.
			2869 ex-RCAF 19328.  With 475th FG, caught fire and crashed neear Eagen/Minneapolis, Minnesota May 12, 1957
			2870 ex-RCAF 19331.  To MASDC in 1959.  Salvaged 1959
			2871 ex-RCAF 19339.  (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Jan 23, 1953.  Pilot POW.
			2872 ex-RCAF 19330.  To MASDC in 1959
			2873 ex-RCAF 19336.  (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed while returning from combat mission over Korea Mar 30, 1953.
				Pilot killed.
			2874 ex-RCAF 19345.  To MASDC in 1959
			2875 ex-RCAF 19352.  Donated Feb 1958 for display at unknown location.
			2876 ex-RCAF 19319.  To MASDC in 1957.  Salvaged Mar 1958.
			2877 ex-RCAF 19346.  To MASDC in 1957.  Salvaged Mar 1958.
			2878 ex-RCAF 19348.  With 51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed after bursting into flames over North Korea Oct 10, 1952.
				Pilot ejected and became POW.
			2879 ex-RCAF 19351.  (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s over Korea Mar 13, 1953.  Pilot MIA
			2880 ex-RCAF 19361.  To MASDC in 1957.  Salvaged Mar 1958
			2881 ex-RCAF 19252.  To MASDC in 1959
			2882 ex-RCAF 19356
			2883 ex-RCAF 19360.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged Aug 1958
			2884 ex-RCAF 19362.  Crashed with 3415th TTW at unknown date
			2885 ex-RCAF 19340.  With 141st FIS, New Jersey ANG crashed at unknown date
			2886 ex-RCAF 19357.  To MASDC, salvaged Mar 1958
			2887 ex-RCAF 19358.  To MASDC, salvaged Mar 1958
			2888 ex-RCAF 19366.  To MASDC in 1958.  Salvaged Mar 1959
			2889 ex-RCAF 19368.  Salvaged at Lowry AFB, Colorado
			2890 ex-RCAF 19369
			2891 ex-RCAF 19341. (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 12, 1953.
52-2893/3192	Republic F-84G-31-RE Thunderjet
			2893 (MSN 3050-1812B) to Italian AF as MM52-2893.  Crashed Nov 20, 1956
				over Caselle, Venezia, Italy
			2894 (MSN 3050-1813B) to Italian AF as MM52-2894
			2895 (MSN 3050-1814B) to Italian AF as MM52-2895
			2896 (MSN 3050-1815B) to Italian AF as MM52-2896.  Code 6-53
			2897 (MSN 3050-1816B) to Italian AF as MM52-2897
			2898 (MSN 3050-1817B) to Italian AF as MM52-2898
			2899 to Netherlands AF as K-165.  W/o in 1957
			2900 (MSN 3050-1819B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22900
			2901 (MSN 3050-1820B) to Italian AF as MM52-2901
			2902 (MSN 3050-1821B) to Italian AF as MM52-2902.  Code 5-34
			2903 (MSN 3050-1822B) to Italian AF as MM52-2903.  Crashed Jul 23, 1954.
			2904 (MSN 3050-1823B) to Italian AF as MM52-2904
			2905 (MSN 3050-1824B) to Italian AF as MM52-2905
			2906 to Turkish AF
			2907 to Turkish AF
			2908 (MSN 3050-1827B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 23, 1953 as 22908, code SY-C.  W/o Jun 13, 1958 at Karup AB.
				Used for fire practice.
			2909 (MSN 3050-1828B) to Italian AF as MM52-2909. Crashed Sep 29, 1953
				at Verona-Villafranca, Italy
			2910 (MSN 3050-1829B) to Italian AF as MM52-2910
			2911 (MSN 3050-1830B) to Italian AF as MM52-2911.  Code 51-10
			2912 (MSN 3050-1831B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22912.  Gate guard at Orlandet Flystasjon, Orland AB,
				Norway, marked as MU-3
			2914 (MSN 3050-1833B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22914
			2916 (MSN 3050-1835B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22916
			2917 (MSN 3050-1836B) to Italian AF as MM52-2917
			2918 (MSN 3050-1837B) to Italian AF as MM52-2918.  Crashed Apr 24, 1953
				at Santerano, Italy (21o Gruppo)
			2919 (MSN 3050-1838B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22919.  W/o Jun 13, 1957
			2920 (MSN 3050-1839B) to Italian AF as MM52-2920.  Code 6-920 
			2921 (MSN 3050-1840B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22921
			2922 (MSN 3050-1841B) to Italian AF as MM52-2922.  Code 6-37
			2923 (MSN 3050-1842B) to Italian AF as MM52-2923
			2925 (MSN 3050-1844B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 13, 1953 as 22925.  Code changed in 1960 to A-925.  Damaged
				and WFU May 9, 1961.  Scrapped
			2927 to Turkish AF
			2929 (MSN 3050-1848B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22929.  W/o Sep 30, 1957
			2930 (MSN 3050-1849B) to Italian AF as MM52-2930.  Crashed spring 1955
			2931 (MSN 3050-1850B) to Italian AF as MM52-2931.  Crashed May 5, 1955
				near Poligono AMI Maniago (PE) Italy (101o Gruppo)
			2933 (MSN 3050-1852B) to Royal Danish AF Aug 3, 1953 as 22933, code SY-D.  W/o Dec 29, 1955 at Bevtoft
			2934 (MSN 3050-1853B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 29, 1953 as 22934, code SY-D.  W/o Feb 9, 1955 at Essen, West Germany
			2935 (MSN 3050-1854B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22935.  Crashed at Gardermoen Jan 27, 1955 during takeoff
			2936 (MSN 3050-1855B) to Yugoslavian AF Jun 1953 as JRV 10501.  On static display as EX 10501 at entrance
				to Maribor Airport, Slovenia Jan 2010.
			2938 (MSN 3050-1857B) to Italian AF as MM52-2938
			2939 (MSN 3050-1858B) to Yugoslavian AF Jul 1953 as JRV 10525.  Locally
				converted to recon aircraft as IF-84G.  On display in Belgrade museum.
			2940 to Turkish AF
			2941 (MSN 3050-1860B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22941
			2942 (MSN 3050-1861B) to Italian AF as MM52-2942.  Code 56-1
			2943 to Turkish AF
			2944 (c;n 3050-1863B) to Italian AF as MM52-2944.  Code 6-944.  Crashed
				Mar 29, 1955 near Viderone--Pozzaglio (Cremona) Italy (155o Gruppo)
			2945 (MSN 3050-1864B) to Italian AF as MM52-2945.  Code 6-945.
			2949 (MSN 3050-1868B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22949
			2952 to Netherlands AF as K-180.  W/o in 1957.
			2954 (MSN 3050-1873B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22954
			2956 (MSN 3050-1875B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22956.  W/o Jul 1, 1957
			2957 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Kapidag/Egridere near Bandirma May 13, 1957
			2959 to Turkish AF
			2965 to Netherlands AF as K-181.  W/o
			2968 to Turkish AF
			2969 (MSN 3050-1888B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22969.  W/o Aug 5, 1954
			2970 (MSN 3050-1889B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 22970, code KP-T. WFU May 20, 1959.  Scrapped
			2974 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Yesilkoy/Istanbul Mar 28, 1995
			2975 (MSN 3050-1894B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22975
			2976 to Turkish AF
			2977 to Turkish AF
			2978 (MSN 3050-1897B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22978.  Served as AH-W at 332 sqn Rygge; WH-Q at 330 
				sqn Sola; RI-B at 334 sqn Bodø; MU-B at 338 sqn Ørland.  Withdrawn from use and sold in 1959 to Fjellfly,
				Geitryggen. Then sold to Korsvold i Rakkestad, Norway.  Sold and went to High Chapparal, Hillerstorp, 
				Sweden 1977-1990s.  Then 1990s-2005 used at a children`s playground in Lund, Sweden. 
				Since Aug05 awaiting restoration at Svedinos Bil och Flygmuseum, Ugglarp, Sweden .
			2979 (MSN 3050-1898B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22979
			2980 to Turkish AF
			2981 (MSN 3050-1900B) to Netherlands AF as K-187.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jul 20, 1956 as 22981, code KP-K.  
				WFU sep 25, 1958.  Scrapped
			2982 (MSN 3050-1901B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22982. W/o Mar 18, 1957
			2983 (MSN 3050-1902B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22983
			2984 to Netherlands AF as K-183.  W/o
			2990 to Netherlands AF as K-175.  W/o
			2991 (MSN 3050-1910B) to Netherlands AF as K-184.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jul 24, 1956 as 22991, code KP-P.  
				Crashed at Karup AB Feb 25, 1957. 
			2995 (MSN 3050-1914B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 22995
			3002 to Turkish AF
			3009 to Turkish AF
			3010 to Netherlands AF as K-182.  W/o in 1957
			3011 to Turkish AF.  On display as 52-011 at Turkish Air Force Aviation Museum,
				Etimesgut, Ankara, Turkey
			3014 to Turkish AF
			3017 to Turkish AF
			3018 to Turkish AF
			3020 (MSN 3050-1939B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23020.  Probably scrapped
			3021 to Turkish AF
			3022 to Turkish AF
			3023 to Turkish AF
			3024 (MSN 3050-1943B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1952 as 23024.  Code changed in 1960 to A-024.  WFU Aug 31, 1960.
				Used as a decoy.  Preserved at Vandel AB, scrapped Sep 20, 1989
			3025 (MSN 3050-1944B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23025.  W/o Feb 27, 1958
			3026 (MSN 3050-1945B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23026.  W/o Feb 28, 1955
			3027 to Greek AF
			3028 to Turkish AF
			3029 to Turkish AF. Crashed at Davga Jun 30, 1954
			3030 (MSN 3050-1949B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23030.  W/o Apr 1, 1957
			3032 to Netherlands AF as K-185. W/o
			3033 to Turkish AF
			3034 to Netherlands AF as K-179.  W/o
			3035 to Turkish AF
			3037 (MSN 3050-1956B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23037.  W/o May 25, 1955
			3039 (MSN 3050-1958B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 23039.  code changed in 1960 to A-039.  WFU Aug 29, 1961.
				Used as a target.  Scrapped
			3040 to Greek AF
			3041 to Turkish AF
			3044 to Turkish AF
			3045 to Turkish AF
			3046 (MSN 3050-1965B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23046
			3047 (MSN 3150-1966B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1953 as 23047.  Code FS-047, later as KR-X, later as KR-O, 
				later as KP-Q.  Code changed in 1960 to A-047.  Cockpit in Danmarks Flymuseum, Stauning, Skjern, Denmark
			3048 (MSN 3150-1967B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23048.  W/o Oct 28, 1954
			3049 to Netherlands AF as K-178.  W/o
			3050 to Turkish AF
			3051 to Turkish AF
			3054 (MSN 3150-1973B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 23054, code KR-C.  WFU Apr 30, 1958.  Scrapped.
			3055 to Turkish AF
			3056 to Turkish AF
			3057 (MSN 3150-1976B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 23057.  Code changed in 1960 to A-057.   
				To Danks Veteranflysamling, Stauning Airport, Ringkobing, Jutland.  To Musee du Chateau de
				Savigny, Savigny-les-Beaune, France Apr 2006 with tail from 52-9978 and marked 9978/KP-X
			3058 to Turkish AF
			3059 to Turkish AF
			3061 to Turkish AF
			3062 to Netherlands AF as K-176.  W/o
			3063 to Turkish AF
			3066 (MSN 3150-1985B) to Netherlands Af as K-174.  Later to Royal Danish AF Jan 12, 1956 as 23066, code SI-T.  
				WFU Aug 29, 1958.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped Dec 10, 1987
			3068 to Turkish AF
			3069 (MSN 3150-1988B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1953 as 23069.  W/o Nov 14, 1953 at Karup AB when collided with 52-3076
			3070 to Turkish AF
			3071 (MSN 3150-1990B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 23071, code SY-F.  W/o Apr 4, 1956 near Nakjaer
			3073 (MSN 3150-1992B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23073
			3074 to Turkish AF
			3076 (MSN 3150-1995B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 23071.  W/o Nov 14, 1953 at Karup AB when collided with 52-3069.
			3077 to Netherlands AF as K-177.  W/o in 1956
			3078 (MSN 3150-1997B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1953 as 23078, code SY-G.  W/o Jan 11, 1956 near Gadbjerg
			3079 (MSN 3150-1998B) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1953 as 23079, code SY-F.  WFU Dec 23, 1959.  Used as a
				decoy.  Scrapped Dec 10, 1987 at Tirstrup AB
			3080 to Greek AF
			3081 to Turkish AF
			3082 to Greek AF
			3084 to Turkish AF
			3086 (MSN 3150-2005B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1953 as 23086.  W/o Feb 3, 1954 near Hasseriis Kaer
			3087 (MSN 3150-2006B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23087.  MAP to Portuguese AF 
			3089 to Greek AF
			3090 to Greek AF
			3094 to Greek AF
			3096 to Greek AF
			3099 to Greek AF
			3109 to Greek AF
			3113 to Greek AF
			3116 (MSN 3150-2035B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23116.  W/o Nov 18, 1955
			3120 (MSN 3150-2039B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23120
			3126 (MSN 3150-2045B) to Royal Danish AF Mar 23, 1953 as 23126.  Code changed in 1960 to A-126.  WFU Jul 5, 1961.
				Used as a target.
			3128 to Greek AF 
			3132 (MSN 3150-2051B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23132.  W/o Dec 7, 1957
			3136 (MSN 3150-2055B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23136
			3141 (MSN 3150-2060B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23141
			3144 to Greek AF
			3148 (MSN 3150-2067B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23148.  W/o Aug 2, 1958
			3151 to Turkish AF
			3154 to Turkish AF
			3160 to Turkish AF
			3167 (MSN 3150-2086B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23167
			3174 to Turkish AF
			3180 (MSN 3150-2099B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 23180
			3181 (MSN 3150-2101B) to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10676.  Stored Rijeka
				AP Croatia Aug 2001.	
			3185 to Turkish AF
52-3193/3242	Republic F-84G-25-RE Thunderjet
			3242 noted in 1990 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
52-3243/3329	Republic F-84G-30-RE Thunderjet
			3253 on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC, marked as 50-1191.
52-3330/3342	Cancelled contract for Republic F-84G Thunderjet
52-3343/3373	Lockheed B-47E-50-LM Stratojet
			MSN 202/232.  B-47E Model 450 built by Lockheed under license from Boeing.
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			3343 to MASDC Jan 21, 1965
			3344 (22nd BW) crashed near March AFB, California Jun 2, 1959.  Three crewmen killed.
			3345 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964
			3346 to MASDC Jan 28, 1965
			3347 to MASDC Jan 15, 1963
			3348 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
			3349 to MASDC Jun 29, 1964
			3350 to MASDC
			3351 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
			3352 to MASDC May 24, 1963
			3353 to MASDC Jun 25, 1964
			3354 to MASDC Jun 27, 1961
			3355 to MASDC Jan 29, 1963
			3356 to MASDC Jun 1961
			3357 to MASDC Jun 29, 1961
			3358 to MASDC Jun 5, 1961
			3359 to MASDC
			3360 (301st BW, Barksdale AFB, LA) crashed Nov 30, 1956 near Port Arthur, Canada due to aileron hydraulic system failure.  
				One crewman survived, two were killed.
			3361 to MASDC
			3362 to MASDC Jan 24, 1963
			3363 to MASDC Jun 13, 1963
			3364 to MASDC Jun 1963
			3365 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
			3366 to MASDC Jun 4, 1963
			3367 to MASDC Mar 10, 1963
			3368 to MASDC
			3369 to MASDC Jun 3, 1963
			3370 assigned 301st BW, March AFB, CA. Won the General Electric Trophy Sep 2, 1956 by flying from Kindley AFB, Bermuda 
				to Oklahoma at an average speed of 601.187 mph.  To MASDC Jun 17, 1964
			3371 (384th BW) crashed at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas Feb 3, 1959. All 3 crewmembers killed.
			3372 to MASDC Mar 7, 1963
			3373 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
52-3374/3400	Boeing RB-47E-40-BW Stratojet
			MSN 451047/451073.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			3374 to MASDC Sep 26, 1961.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3375 to MASDC May 13, 1960
			3376 to MASDC Jun 13, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3377 to MASDC Jun 16, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3378 to MASDC Jun 10, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3379 to MASDC Jun 9, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3380 to MASDC Jun 14, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3381 to MASDC Jun 20, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3382 to MASDC Jun 17, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3383 (90th SRW) salvaged at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
			3384 to MASDC Sep 21, 1961.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3385 to MASDC Jun 6, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3386 to MASDC Jun 2, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3387 to MASDC Jun 7, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3388 to MASDC Sep 19, 1961.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3389 (70th SRW) crashed after an engine fire Mar 24, 1959
			3390 to MASDC Jun 8, 1960.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3391 to MASDC Sep 19, 1961
			3392 to MASDC Apr 24, 1961.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3393 (70th SRW) salvaged at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
			3394 to MASDC Apr 18, 1961.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3395 to MASDC
			3396 to MASDC
			3397 to MASDC Sep 13, 1961.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3398 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3399 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
			3400 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
52-3401/3410	Cancelled contract
52-3411/3425	Lockheed RC-121D-LO
			MSN 1049A-4329/4343.  Model 1049A-55-86
			Procured through diversion from USN contracts for WV-2s.  Redesignated EC-121D in 1962.
			3412, 3420 and 3422 converted to EC-121H.
			3411,3412,3414,3417/3419,3423/3425 converted to EC-121T
			3414 to McClellan AFB in 1955.  Sent to Vietnam in 19675.  WFU in 1976.
			3416 converted to EC-121J.
			3417 converted to EC-121T.  Went from MASDC to University of Montana, Helena, MT Jul 1981 as
				ground instructional airframe.  In 2009 was reported to now be 
				surplus to requirements.  Reported 2009 to be going to
				Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, OR
			3418 re-designated EC-121D in 1962 and modified to an EC-121T in 1968. The modification included removal of the 
				height finding radar and its “shark fin” radome from the top of the fuselage. All indictors, 
				navigation equipment, and radios were changed to become a high-speed automated system. 
				3418 flew missions over the Plain of Jars (Laos) and the Gulf of Tonkin about 50 miles from Haiphong Harbor, 
				North Vietnam. From latter 1973 to early 1974, 418 flew missions over Cambodia, providing radar control 
				to cargo aircraft delivering food to the besieged city of Phnom Penh before it fell to communist forces. 
				Missions were also flown in the Yellow Sea between Korea and China. The aircraft was based at Kwang Ju, 
				Korea and Fukuoka, Japan during these missions.
    				Assignments:
    				October 1954 		Delivered to 4701st Airborne Early Warning and Control Squadron, Air Defense 
					Command (ADC), McClellan Air Force Base (AFB), (Sacramento) California as RC-121D 52-3418
    				December 1954 	8th Air Defense Division, ADC, McClellan AFB
    				March 1955 		551st Airborne Early Warning and Control Wing, ADC, Otis AFB, (Falmouth) Massachusetts
    				1962 			Re-designated EC-121D
    				March 1963 		966th Airborne Early Warning and Control Squadron, ADC, McCoy AFB, (Orlando) Florida
    				1968 			Delivered to LTV ElectroSystems, Greenville, Texas for conversion from EC-121D to EC-121T
    				August 1969 		Assigned to 552nd Airborne Early Warning and Control Wing, ADC, McClellan AFB, 
					deployed to Taiwan Air Base (AB), Taiwan; Kwangju AB, Korea; and Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand
    				June 1974 		delivered to 79th Airborne Early Warning and Control Squadron, US Air Force Reserve, 
					Homestead AFB, (Homestead) Florida
    				April 1976 		Retired to Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center, Davis-Monthan AFB, (Tucson) 
					Arizona for storage
    				August 1980 		Dropped from USAF inventory as surplus
    				May 1981 		Ferried to Topeka, Combat Air Museum with Cpt. Frank Lang in command - final registration - N4257U
				Preserved at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Still there Oct 2006.
			3419	Assigned 961st AEW Squadron, 551st Air Wing, Otis AFB, MA. Quoted as EC-121D. Damaged Dec 21, 1960 
				when #3 engine caught fire and fell off, burning the wing 9ft across and back to the main spar; 
				aircraft landed safely at Kindley AFB, Bermuda.
			3424 (MSN 1049A-4342) conveted to EC-121T.  Auctioned at AMARC Nov 15, 1983 to DMI Aviation, Arizona
			3425 on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado.
52-3426/3496	Cancelled contract
52-3497/3498	North American T-28A Trojan
			MSN 189-58/59
			Some conversions to GT-28A.  Others to US Navy as T-28C/D for FMS
			3498 (MSN 189-59) converted to T-28D (#11).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-17/05 Jul 1962.  To Laotian AF in May 1964 as
				234998.  To Philippine AF in 1974.  Disposal Approved May 27, 1976
52-3499/3597	Cancelled contract
52-3598/3897	North American F-86D-40-NA Sabre
			MSN NA190-1/300
			3605 crashed Jul 8, 1957 after midair collision with 52-3623 near Mt Lemon, AZ.
				Both pilots ejected safely
			3614 to MASDC
			3616 to MASDC
			3623 crashed Jul 8, 1957 after midair collision with 52-3605 near Mt Lemon, AZ.
				Both pilots ejected safely
			3628 was on display at Louisville Aircraft Industry Museum, Louisville, KY.  This museum is closed.  Not known
				where the plane is now.
			3630 converted to YF-86K service test aircraft
			3640 on display at Newton, Iowa
			3651 (F-86L) on display at Robins AFB, Georgia
			3653 was on display at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, Arkansas, now on display at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, Colorado
			3668 to MASDC
			3669 on display at McChord Air Museum, Washington
			3670 (F-86L) on display at Lincoln MAP, NB painted with this number is really 53-831.
			3679 on display at McGhee-Tyson ANG Base, TN
			3689 to MASDC
			3694 on display at Sturgis, Kentucky
			3719 on display at Struthers, Ohio
			3725 to MASDC
			3727 to MASDC
			3732 (MSN 190-135) converted to QF-86D.  Loaned to US Navy as 523732.  SOC Sep 20, 1973.
			3735 mounted on a pylon outside at Crete, Nebraska
			3738 to MASDC
			3744 (MSN 190-147) converted to QF-86D.  Loaned to US Navy as 523744.  SOC Sep 1, 1973.  To MASDC
			3748 (13th FIS) landed short at Duluth, MN Nov 16, 1956 and SOC.
			3749 on display at Del Rio International Airport, Del Rio, Texas
			3754 on dsplay at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, painted as 52-4043.  This is
				just to the east of Oklahoma City ANGB.
			3767 to MASDC
			3770 on display at Camp Mabry, Austin, TX
			3777 to MASDC
			3783 (MSN 190-186) to Denmark for ground instruction. 
			3784 on display on children's playground at Palm View Park, West Covina, California
			3804 converted to YF-86K service test aircraft.
			3806 (85th FIS) landed with gear up at Scott AFB Aug 22, 1956.  Pilot uninjured.
			3814 on display at Uhrichsville, Ohio
			3817 (13th FIS) engine failed due to loss of oil pressure Nov 19, 1956.
				Pilot ejected 7 mi E of Woodbury, IA
			3828 to MASDC
			3829 to MASDC
			3831 on sisplay at Carillon Park, Dayton, OH
			3833 (13th FIS) tire blew on takeoff at Youngstown, OH ca. Jul 1956,
				plane went off runway, caught fire, and was destroyed
			3840 on display at Lookout Mountain, Tennessee
			3849 to MASDC
			3863 on display at WPAFB Museum
			3864 on display at Lanham, Maryland
			3866 to MASDC
			3867 (85th FIS) engine seized 3 mi SE of Belleville, pilot ejected.
			3868 (85th FIS) overshot runway while making a precautionary landing
				at Elmodel, GA Aug 3, 1956, aircraft destroyed.
			3871 to MASDC
			3887 on display outside at Washington, Missour.  Donated on Jan 6, 1960
52-3898/4197	North American F-86D-45-NA Sabre
			MSN 190-301/600
			3898 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8176)
			3920 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8175)
			3927 transferred to Denmark in 1962 as spare parts source
			3933 collided in midair at night with RAF Lincoln WD132 Jun 26, 1955.
				The Lincoln crashed 7 mi N of Bitburg (West) Germany.  RAF card
				does not mention the fate of the F-86.
			3938 transferred to Denmark in 1962 as spare parts source.
			3949 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8178)
			3953 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8179)
			3965 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8210)
			3966 (MSN 190-369) transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8217)  As 14-8217 preserved at Komatsu Air Base, Japan.
			3967 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8212)
			3969 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8177)
			3970 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8180)
			3972 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8181)
			3975 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8182)
			3979 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8183).  Preserved at Shizuhama AB in Nov 2013.
			3984 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8184)
			3985 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8185)
			3989 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8193)
			3992 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8207)
			4005 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8213)
			4009 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8186)
			4013 (MSN NA190-416) transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8187)  preserved at Nyutabaru Air Base in December 1991
			4024 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8200)
			4038 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8201)
			4042 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8104).  On display at Air Self-Defense Museum, Hamamatsu, Japan
			4043.  The plane painted as 52-4043 on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, 
				Oklahoma City, OK is actually 52-3754.
			4045 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8202)
			4068 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8188)
			4071 (MSN NA190-474) transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8197)  preserved at Hyakuri Air Base in November 1991
			4105 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8199)
			4138 transferred to Yugoslavia.  Acquired by Dan Bissel for restoration.
			4139 (F-86L, MSN 190-542) noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  In storage awaiting restoration.
			4140 noted on display as 524140 at Philippines Air Force Museum at Villamor AB, Manila in Jan 2010.
			4142 (F-86L) on display on pole outside 145th Airlift Wing, North Carolina ANG Charlotte/Douglas IAP, Charlotte, North Carolina.
			4150 tail section on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
			4159 on display at Morrow Bay, CA
			4168 on display at New Orleans Military Museum, Louisiana marked as 23747
			4174 converted to F-86L
			4181 on display at Kansas City, Missouri.
			4191 (F-86L) on display at Pacific Aviation Museum, Honolulu, HI
52-4198/4304	North American F-86D-50-NA Sabre
			MSN NA190-601/707
			4239 (F-86L) to civil registry as N5169W.  Seen 2006 outside Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, TX.
				Still there in 2008.
			4240 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8208)
			4242 converted to F-86L.  Now mounted on roof of former Banks Middle School, Birmingham, AL.
			4243 (MSN 190-646) put on display at L. Frazier Banks Middle School, Birmingham, Alabama.  In 2007 moved to Southern
				Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama. 
			4247 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8198)
			4256 (MSN 190-659), converted to F-86L.  Noted Feb 29, 2004 at Reflections of Freedom Historical Airpark, 
				McConnell AFB, Kansas
			4280 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8215)
			4297 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8218)
			4299 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8189)
			4301 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8203)
52-4305/5163	North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre
			MSN 191-1/859
			4305 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4306 crashedlanded on range 51 Jan 31, 1953, injuring the pilot.
			4308 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4310 borrowed by South Africa as 611/F, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4311 borrowed by South Africa as 604/K, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4312 (18th FBG) pilot bailed out over Haeju Peninsula after strike on target Jun 29, 1953. Pilot bailed
				out and was rescued.
			4313 - lost to enemy action (?)
			4313 borrowed by South Africa as 605/C, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4315 borrowed by South Africa as 603/B, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4316 borrowed by South Africa as 606/L, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4319 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA over North Korea Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot ejected and taken POW.
			4320 borrowed by South Africa as 607/D, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4321 borrowed by South Africa as 609/E, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4322 (2nd Squadron, SAAF attached to 18th FBG) landing gear failed on landing at K-55 Osan-ni AB, South Korea
				May 19, 1953.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR and w/o.
			4323 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed while on bomb run Jun 16, 1953.
			4325 (18th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jun 18, 1953.
			4326 borrowed by South Africa as 612/O, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4327 borrowed by South Africa as 613/G, suffered compressor failure over South Korea April 21, 1953.  Pilot
				ejected and was rescued.
			4329 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10655.  Ex Greek AF?
			4330 converted to RF-86F configuration.
			4331 borrowed by South Africa as 615/H, landing gear failed on landing at K-55, Osan-ni AB, South Korea Apr 19, 1953.
				Pilot was uninjured, but aircraft was DBR and w/o.
			4333 borrowed by South Africa as 610/N, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4335 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) lost in accident near Cho-do May 17, 1953.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			4339 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 10, 1953.
			4341 (MSN 191-37) preserved at Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan.
			4344 borrowed by South Africa as 619/M, w/o May 19, 1953
			4344 transferred to Taiwan (?)
			4346 borrowed by South Africa as 617/I, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4348 borrowed by South Africa as 608/M.  With 12nd Squadron SAAF attached to 18th FBG ran out of fuel over
				South Korea while escorting lost pilot Feb 28, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
			4349 (MSN 191-45) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-52/06 in 1963.  SOC Jun 17, 1968
			4352 borrowed by South Africa as 601/A, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4354 (18th FBG) crashed on landing May 31, 1953.
			4355 borrowed by South Africa as 614/P, w/o Aug 28, 1953
			4357 converted to RF-86F configuration
			4359 borrowed by South Africa as 618/?, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4361 borrowed by South Africa as 602/J, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4362 (18th FBG) lost in accident May 31, 1953.  Pilot killed.
			4367 (8th FBG, 36th FBS, "The Georgia Peach") disappeared while on strafing run Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
			4368 borrowed by South Africa (2 SAAF Sq) as 616/Q, caught fire after boming run July 21, 1953, pilot
				bailed out.
			4373 transferred to Taiwan
			4377 built as RF-86F at factory
			4379 built as RF-86F at factory
			4380 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) lost on night mission Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
			4382 (8th FBG) possibly downed by MiG Apr 16, 1953.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			4384 transferred to Taiwan
			4385 transferred to Taiwan
			4386 borrowed by South Africa as 620/?, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4387 (18th FBG) flamed out, pilot ejected Jun 27, 1953.
			4388 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4405 transferred to Taiwan
			4412 borrowed by South Africa as 621/G, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4421 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 6, 1953, Pilot bailed out, but MIA
			4424 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot ejected safely over friendly
				territory.
			4428 transferred to Taiwan
			4441 to Taiwan as 6272.  Defected to People's Republic of China.  Noted 1987 in Military Museum of
				Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.  Still there Oct 2010.
			4449 transferred to Taiwan
			4450 (MSN 191-146) converted to QF-86F.  Loaned to US Navy as 524450.
			4452 (8th FBG) shot down by AAA near Chorwon Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
			4455 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot POW.
			4457 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 30, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
			4459 transferred to Taiwan
			4461 to Taiwan as 232
			4468 to Philippine AF, noted preserved at Philippine AF Museum, Manila in 1990.
			4469 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot MIA
			4478 to Saudi Arabia
			4479 to Saudi Arabia
			4482 (MSN 191-178) to Royal Thai AF as KH17-21/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 26, 1972.  On display
				at Bangkok Science Museum.
			4486 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) failed to pull out of bomb run and crashed Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
			4488 transferred to Taiwan
			4491 (8th FBG) shot down by ground fire over North Korea Jul 11, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
			4492 (MSN 191-188) built as RF-86F at factory.  Noted Jul 2005 in restoration
				workshop of USAF Museum, OH.
			4496 transferred to Taiwan
			4497 transferred to Saudi Arabia
			4499 (RF-86F) on display at USAF Museum.
			4500 to Spain as EdA C.5-47 in 1955-56
			4502 to Spain as EdA C.5-60 in 1955-56
			4503 to Spain as EdA C.5-139 in 1955-56
			4513 transferred to Taiwan
			4518 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) crashed on takeoff from K-14 Jun 3, 1953.
			4520 transferred to Taiwan
			4524 transferred to Taiwan
			4529 converted to RF-86F configuration.
			4531 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1953. Pilot KIA.
			4539 transferred to Taiwan
			4542 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7424)
			4561 to Spain as EdA C.5-87 in 1955-56
			4565 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4566 to Spain as EdA C.5-52 in 1955-56
			4569 transferred to Taiwan
			4570 to Spain as EdA C.5-56 in 1955-56
			4571 to Spain as EdA C.5-63in 1955-56
			4572 borrowed by South Africa as 622/R, then
				returned to USAF -- transferred to Taiwan
			4579 transferred to Taiwan
			4570 to Spain in 1955-56
			4571 to Spain in 1955-56
			4573 on display at Osan AB, Republic of Korea, painted as 51-2910.
			4574 (336th Fighter Day Squadron) involved in midair collision with F-84G of 8th FBS
				Oct 26, 1956 during mock dogfight off Okinawa.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.  Pilot of
				F-84G was killed.
			4581 transferred to Taiwan
			4582 (18th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jun 16, 1953.
			4584 (MSN 191-280) flown by Maj. John Glenn (USMC) while an exchange pilot with USAF.  Plane
				carried the name "MiG Mad Marine".  Preserved at NAS Fallon, Nevada in May 2006.
			4585 to Spain as EdA C.5-57 in 1955-56
			4589 transferred to Taiwan
			4593 to Spain as EdA C.5-147 in 1955-56
			4594 (MSN 191-290) to Spain as EdA C.5-58 in 1955-56.  In 2013 was on display in Museo del Aire at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.
			4600 to Spain as EdA C.5-66 in 1955-56
			4601 to Spain as EdA C.5-148 in 1955-56
			4602 to Spain as EdA C.5-61 in 1955-56
			4606 to Spain as EdA C.5-59 in 1955-56
			4608 converted to rocket-boosted F-86F(R), fitted with a Rocketdyne AR 2-3 rocket 
				engine in the ventral fuselage and two large 200 gal hydrogen peroxide underwing 
				tanks, and armed with two GAR-8A (later designated AIM-9B) Sidewinder missiles. 
				It was able to climb to 30000 ft in 24 seconds.
				The Landings database has this as being on the civil registry as N57963
			4612 to Spain as C.5-11 in 1955-56
			4614 to Venezuela in 1955
			4618 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7403). Preserved at Hofu Air Base in Nov 1992 and still there.
			4631 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4634 heavily damaged in crash at LAX Mar 21, 1953.
			4642 to Spain as EdA C.5-68 in 1955-56
			4644 to Spain as EdA C.5-53 in 1955-56
			4646 on display outside American Wings Air Museum, Anoka County Airport, Blain, Minnesota.  Is it still there?
			4647 (MSN 191-343) transferred to Korea 1955/56.  At one point, converted to QF-86F and loaned to US Navy as 524647
			4649 (33rth FIS) crashed at Alexanderia AFB, LA Aug 6, 1954.  Pilot killed.
			4651 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4653 to Spain as EdA C.5-85 in 1955-56
			4655 to Spain as EdA C.5-64 in 1955-56
			4660 to Venezuela in 1955
			4661 to Spain as EdA C.5-140 in 1955-56
			4666 (MSN 191-362) to Bolivia as FAB-651.  On US civil registry as N860AG
			4668 (MSN 191-364) to Spain as EdA C.5-12 in 1955-56.  W/o May 23, 1956
			4669 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4670 to Spain as EdA C.5-88 in 1955-56
			4671 (MSN 191-367) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 24671.  Returned to USAF
			4672 to Spain as EdA C.5-86 in 1955-56
			4677 to Spain as EdA C.5-69 in 1955-56
			4678 to Spain as EdA 6.5-51 in 1955-56
			4679 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7410)
			4680 to Spain as EdA C.5-62 in 1955-56
			4682 to Venezuela in 1955
			4683 to Spain as EdA C.5-70 in 1955-56
			4684 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7404)
			4685 to Spain as EdA C.5-72 in 1955-56
			4689 to Venezuela in 1955.  On US civil registry as N8630.  To Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham IAP, Fort Worth, TX.
				N8630 cancelled Feb 23, 2011.  In storage.
			4690 to Venezuela in 1955
			4691 (MSN 191-387) to Bolivia as FAB-658
			4693 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7422)
			4694 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-1/04 in 1961.  SOC Jun 14, 1970.
			4698 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4699 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7423)
			4705 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7405)
			4706 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4708 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7411)
			4712 to Spain as EdA 5.5-50 in 1955-56
			4713 to Spain as EdA C.5-149 in 1955-56
			4716 to Pakistan.  Shot down over Akhnur by Indian Gnat Sep 4, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely
			4718 to Spain as EdA C.5-71 in 1955-56
			4720 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4722 to Spain as EdA C.5-67 in 1955-56
			4724 to Pakistan AF
			4725 to Pakistan AF
			4726 to Pakistan AF
			4731 to Bolivia as FAB-656.  Now with Texas Air Command Museum as N86NA.
			4734 (MSN 191-430) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 24734.  Returned to USAF
			4736 to Venezuela in 1955
			4742 transferred to Japan
			4745 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7413)
			4749 at Colorado Springs, Co marked as 24978
			4750 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4751 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4753 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Noted May 2003 as gate guard at Osan AB, South Korea, 
				painted up as 51-2910.
			4755 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Acquired at unknown date by Oregon Air And Space Museum, Clackamas, Oregon and on display
				inside the museum.  Number 12892 painted on tail.
			4758 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7401).  Presumably returned from
				Japan as an aircraft with this serial was noted Oct 2004 at
				Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, CA.  Seen there in Nov 2010.  Apparently has the
				rear fuselage from 55-5082.  Seen on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley, Connecticut in May 2009.
			4761 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4764 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4770 transferred to Taiwan
			4773 transferred to Taiwan
			4780 (4th FIW< 336th FIS) crashed in Korea, 1957.  Pilot killed.
			4789 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4791 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4792 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4798 transferred to Argentina.  Acquired in Aug 1987 by USAF Academy at Colorado and displayed there.  Moved in
				2006 to Hill Aerospace Museum and restored.  On display inside museum.  Number 12834 painted on tail.
			4800 built as RF-86F at factory
			4802 transferred to Taiwan
			4808 built as RF-86F at factory
			4821 transferred to Taiwan
			4822 built as RF-86F at factory.
			4823 built as RF-86F at factory.  Transferred to Taiwan
			4836 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7425)
			4837 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4838 to Republic of Korea AF and now on display at Republic of Korea Air Force Museum, Seongmu.
			4844 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7426)
			4845 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7406).  Noted preserved at Ashiya AB Sep 2000 and still there Oct 2010.
			4847 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4849 to Pakistan.  Crashed after flameout on takeoff at Mauripur Sep 7, 1965.  Pilot killed
			4852 transferred to Philippines 1955.
			4854 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4857 transferred to Taiwan
			4858 transferred to Taiwan, then to Korea.
			4863 on display at Chuncheon, South Korea
			4864 built as RF-86F at factory.
			4874 transferred to Korea and converted to RF-86F
			4884 (MSN 191-580) on display in 1976 at Sabre City Mobile Home Park, North Highlands, California
			4888 (MSN 191-584) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 24888 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
			4890 transferred to Philippines 1955.
			4900 transferred to Taiwan
			4905 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7414)
			4907 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4909 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7427)
			4912 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4913 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7428).  Noted in summer of 2004
				at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
			4914 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7407)
			4916 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7415)
			4917 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4919 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4920 transferred to Japan
			4921 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4922 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4923 transferred to Japna (JASDF 62-7429)
			4923 transferred to Korea 1955/56 (?)
			4925 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4926 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4931. Plane on display at England Air Park, Alexandria, LA is really a Canadian-built CL-13A Mk 5 serial number 23226
			4939 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7430)
			4940 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4941 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-2/04 in 1961.  Preserved at Korat AFB
			4942 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-3/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 27, 1962
			4946 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			4957 to Royal Thai AF as KH17-4/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1961
			4959 on civilian registry as N86FR.  Seen at Sun n' Fun painted as 53-1201.  In 2010 was located at Valiant Air Command
				Warbird Museum, Titusville, FL
			4960 (MSN 191-656) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-22/04 in 1961.  SOC Jun 26, 1963
			4964 (MSN 191-660) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-23/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 11, 1962.
			4965 (MSN 191-661) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-24/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968.
			4970 (MSN 191-666) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-25/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 20, 1972
			4972 (MSN 191-668) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-26/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 26, 1972
			4978 transfered to Argentina. Acquired in August 1987 by The U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado and Displayed There. 
				Moved in 2006 to Hill Aerospace Museum, Ogden, Utah and Restored.  On Display Inside Museum. 
				Number 12834 Painted on Tail.
			4985 (MSN 191-681) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-27/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968
			4986 (MSN 191-682) to Argentina Aug 1960.  Now on civilian registry 
				as NX188RL, bearing serial number 52-4584, the markings used
				by John Glenn when he flew a Sabre during Korean War.
			4996 (MSN 191-692) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-28/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 15, 1962.
			5000 to Royal Thai AF as KH17-5/04 in 1961.  SOC Apr 10, 1969
			5002 (MSN 191-698) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-29/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 3, 1970.
			5012 (MSN 191-708) at Planes of Fame as NX186AM.  Looks as if reregistered to NX186SE, 
				as an F-86 was noted at Chino Oct 19, 2003 bearing both these identities (52-5012 and NX186SE).
				But was seen at Chino Oct 2005 still bearing NX186AM
			5013 crashed 18 miles west of Moapa, Nevada Feb 5, 1954
			5015 (MSN 191-711) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-30/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
			5016 converted to TF-86F two-seat trainer.
				Crashed Mar 17, 1954, killing Joe Lynch
			5017 (MSN 191-713) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-31/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 16, 1967
			5018 (MSN 191-714) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-32/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
			5019 (MSN 191-715) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-6/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 1, 1965
			5021 (MSN 191-717) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25021 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 717 
			5022 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-7/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 25, 1966.  Preserved at RTAF Academy,
				Don Maung.
			5026 (MSN 191-722) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25026.  To Pakistan af as 25026
			5027 to Taiwan as 1233.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-33/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1965.
			5030 (MSN 191-726) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-34/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1963.
			5031 (MSN 191-727) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25031 in 1957/58.  To Pakistan AF as 52031.  Seen preserved at 
				Lowwr Popa Pakistan AF College
			5032 (MSN 191-728) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-53/06 in 1963.  SOC Jul 14, 1972.
			5033 (MSN 191-729) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-8/04 in 1961.  SOC May 26, 1972.
			5037 (MSN 191-733) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-9/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 27, 1962.
			5038 (MSN 191-734) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-35/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 3, 1970.
			5039 (MSN 191-735) had the distinction of being inadvertently flown by a mechanic (a non pilot) and 
				was damaged when he landed and rolled into a crash barrier on September 20, 1956.
				To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-54/06 in 1963.  SOC Apr 26, 1965.  
			5044 (MSN 191-740) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-36/04 in 1961.  SOC May 26, 1972
			5047 (MSN 191-743) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-37/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
			5049 was last Sabre in USAF operational service.  To MASDC Jul 15, 1966.  Delivered
				to North American at Inglewood Oct 17, 1968.  I also have this plane as going to Saudi Arabia
			5056 (MSN 191-752) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25056 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 556
			5058 (MSN 191-754) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25058 in 1957/58.  MAP to Republic of Korea AF as 25-058
			5060 (MSN 191-756) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-10/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 20, 1966.  Preserved 
				at RTAF Museum coded as 4322.
			5069 (MSN 191-765) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25069 in 1957/58.  On display at Forsvarets Flysamling, Gardermoen, near
				Oslo, Norway marked as 25069, code AH-D, "Flying Jokers"
			5070 (MSN 191-766) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-11/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 16, 1964
			5072 (MSN 191-768) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-12/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 22, 1967
			5074 (MSN 191-770) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-13/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 1964
			5076 (MSN 191-772) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-14/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1965
			5079 (MSN 191-775) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-38/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972.  Preserved
				at Takhli.
			5080 (MSN 191-776) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-39/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 21, 1963
			5082 (MSN 191-778) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-40/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 24, 1965.
			5083 to Portugal (FAP 5364) in 1961.  Scrapped at Palhais
			5084 to Portugal (FAP 5365) in 1961.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5085 (MSN 191-781) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-15/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 11, 1972
			5093 (MSN 191-789) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-16/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 20, 1966
			5095 (MSN 191-791) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-17/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 2, 1964
			5103 (3595th CCTW) crashed on landing Nov 23, 1953 and SOC 2 days later.
			5105 (MSN 191-801) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25105 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
			5107 (MSN 191-803) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25107.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 555
			5109 (MSN 191-805) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25109.  Returned to USAF
			5112 (MSN 191-808) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-18/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
			5116 to civil registry as N186SR
			5124 (MSN 191-820) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25124 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
			5132 (MSN 191-828) MAP to Royal Norwedian AF as 25132 in 1957/58
			5134 (MSN 191-830) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-19/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968.
			5136 (MSN 191-832) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25136 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 550
			5139 (MSN 191-835) to Peru in 1955.  Currently registered to Heritage Aircraft Sales 
				of Indianapolis, Indiana and flies as NX86F, displaying correct serial
			5143 to civil registry as N25143. Now at Kalamazoo Aviation Histpry Museum.
			5145 (MSN 191-841) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25145 in 1957/58.  W/o Sep 24, 1962
			5150 to Royal Saudi AF
			5153 at Kalamazoo, MI Museum marked as 12852.  I have this one as having gone to the
				Royal Thai AF as Kh17-20/04 in 1961, then SOC Jul 14, 1972.
			5160 (MSN 191-856) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25160 in 1957/58.  Later to Pakistan AF and w/o Sep 13, 1965.  Hit target
				debris but also claimed by Indian AAA.  Pilot killed.
52-5164/5271	North American F-86F-35-NA Sabre
			MSN 191-860/967
			5164 (MSN 191-860) to Royal Norwegian AF as 25164.  W/o Apr 5, 1958
			5165 (MSN 191-861) to Royal Norwegian AF as 25165
			5166 (MSN 191-862) to Royal Norwegian AF as 25166
			5167 (MSN 191-863) to Royal Norwegian AF as 25167. Returned to USAF
			5168 to Portugal (FAP 5301) in 1959.  On display at Monte Real AB at main gate
			5169 to Portugal (FAP 5302) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverva, Portugal
			5170 to Portugal (FAP 5326) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5171 to Portugal (FAP 5303) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5172 (MSN 191-868) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25172 in 1957/58. Returned to USAF
			5173 (MSN 191-869) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25174 in 1957/58.  W/o Aug 1, 1960
			5174 (MSN 191-870) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25174 in 1957/58.  W/o Apr 20, 1961
			5176 to Portugal (FAP 5304) in 1959
			5177 (MSN 191-873) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25177 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
			5178 to Portugal (FAP 5305) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5179 to Portugal (FAP 5306) in 1959
			5180 to Portugal (FAP 5307) in 1959.  On display at Soesterberg Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp Zeist, The
				Netherlands marked as FU-385 (52-5385)
			5181 to Portugal (FAP 5327) in 1959.  Scrapped at Palhais
			5182 to Portugal (FAP 5328) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5183 to Portugal (FAP 5308) in 1959.  Crashed Jan 13, 1977
			5184 to Portugal (FAP 5333) in 1960.  In PAF Air Museum, Alverca, Portugal
			5185 to Portugal (FAP 5334) in 1960.
			5186 (MSN 191-882) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25186.  Returned to USAF
			5187 (MSN 191-883) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25187.  Returned to USAF
			5189 to Portugal (FAP 5309) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5190 (MSN 191-886) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25190.  Returned to USAF
			5191 (MSN 191-887) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25191.  W/o Feb 18, 1964
			5192 (MSN 191-888) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25192.  Returned to USAF
			5194 to Portugal (FAP 5310) in 1959.  Scrapped at Palhais
			5195 (MSN 191-891) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25195
			5196 (MSN 191-892) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25196
			5197 to Portugal (FAP 5335) in 1960.  Scrapped at Palhais
			5198 to Portugal (FAP 5336) in 1960.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5199 to Portugal (FAP 5337) in 1960.  In PAF Air Museum Ota, Portugal.   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.
			5200 (MSN 191-896) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25200.  W/o Aug 5, 1959
			5201 to Portugal (FAP 5329) in 1959.  To Monte Real AB for fire brigade training
			5202 (MSN 191-898) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25202.  Preserved at Orland, Norway
			5203 (MSN 191-899) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25203.  MAP to Portuguese AF for spares recovery
			5204 to Portuguese AF (FAP 5338) in 1959.  In PAF Air Museum Ota, Portugal.  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
			5205 to Portugal (FAP 5330) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5206 to Portugal (FAP 5311) in 1959
			5207 to Portugal (FAP 5312) in 1959.  Destroyed in accident Oct 23, 1962
			5208 to Portugal (FAP 5313) in 1959
			5210 to Portugal (FAP 5314) in 1959.  Destroyed in landing accident at Bissau, Guine Aug 17, 1962.
			5211 (MSN 191-907) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25211
			5212 (MSN 191-908) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25212
			5213 (MSN 191-909) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25213.  Returned to USAF
			5214 (MSN 191-910) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25214
			5215 (MSN 191-911) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25215.  Returned to USAF
			5216 (MSN 191-912) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25216.  Returned to USAF
			5218 (MSN 191-914) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25218
			5219 (MSN 191-915) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25219.  MAP to Ethiopian AF as 269
			5220 to Portugal (FAP 5339) in 1960.  Scrapped at Palhais
			5221 to Portugal (FAP 5340) in 1960.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5222 to civil registration as N86FS, but Landings database has N86FS as being
				a Canadair Sabre Mk 5.
			5223/5225 transferred to Norway in 1957/58
			5223 (MSN 191-919) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25223.  Returned to USAF
			5224 (MSN 191-920) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25224.  Returned to USAF
			5225 (MSN 191-921) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25225.  Returned to USAF
			5227 (MSN 191-923) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25227.  Returned to USAF
			5229 (MSN 191-925) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25229.  Returned to USAF
			5230 to Saudi Arabia
			5232 (MSN 191-928) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25232.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 25232 and shot down over Amritsar
				 Sep 16, 1965 by Indian Hunter.  Pilot became POW.
			5233 (MSN 191-929) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25233.  Returned to USAF
			5234 (MSN 191-930) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25234.  Returned to USAF
			5236 (MSN 191-932) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25236.  Crashed Feb 18, 1962 at Sola
			5237 to Portugal for spares.
			5238 (MSN 191-934) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25238
			5240 to Portugal (FAP 5315) in 1959
			5241 on display at Edwards AFB, California
			5242 to Portugal (FAP 5316) in 1959.  In Brussels Air Museum
			5243 to Portugal (FAP 5317) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
			5244 caught fire during exercise near Chaumont, France Aug 16, 1956 and pilot successfully ejected.  Pilot was
				Michael Collins, who later flew on Gemini 10 and Apollo 11.
			5245 (MSN 191-941) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25245
			5248 to Pakistan.  Shot down over Jagraon by Indian Hunter Sep 6, 1965.  
				Pilot killed.  Tail is at Palam Museum
			5250 (MSN 191-946) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25250
			5252 to Portugal (FAP 5341) in 1960.  Scrapped at Palhais
			5254 to Portugal (FAP 5318) 
			5255/5257 transferred to Norway in 1957/58
			5255 (MSN 191-951) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25255.  W/o Mar 13, 1958
			5256 (MSN 191-952) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25256.  Returned to USAF
			5257 (MSN 191-953) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 25257.  Returned to USAF
			5258 (21st FBW) crashed May 31, 1956 near Ehekirchen, Germany.
			5260 to Saudi Arabia
			5262 to Portugal (FAP 5319).  At PAF Museum, Alverca, Portugal
			5263 to Portugal (FAP 5342) in 1960.  Destroyed in accident Jun 4, 1974
			5264 (MSN 191-960) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25264. W/o Nov 29, 1958
			5265 to Portugal (FAP 5343)
			5266 (MSN 191-962) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25266.  W/o Feb 3, 1961.
			5267 to Portugal (FAP 5344) in 1960.  Stored.  Scrapped in 1970s
			5268 to Portuguese AF as FAP 5320.  At PAF Air Museum, Monte Real AB, Portugal.  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.  On display at Museo do Air Apr 2011.
			5269 (MSN 191-965) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25269.  Returned to USAF
			5271 to Portugal (FAP 5345) in 1960.  Destroyed in accident Mar 14, 1962.
52-5272/5530	North American F-86F-25-NH Sabre
			MSN 193-1/259
			5272 to Spain as EdA C.5-203 in 1955-56
			5273 to Spain as EdA C.5-229 in 1955-56
			5274 to Spain as EdA C.5-202 in 1955-56.  W/o Oct 19, 1966
			5275 to Spain as EdA C.5-213 in 1955-56
			5276 to Spain as EdA C.5-157 in 1955-56
			5277 to Spain as EdA C.5-162 in 1955-56
			5278 transferred to Saudi Arabia
			5281 to Spain as EdA C.5-258 in 1955-56
			5284 to Spain as EdA C.5-262 in 1955-56
			5285 to Spain as EdA C.5-221 in 1955-56
			5286 transferred to Peru in 1955
			5287 to Spain as EdA C.5-218 in 1955-56
			5289 transferred to Peru in 1955
			5290 to Spain as EdA C.5-264 in 1955-56
			5291 to Spain as EdA C.5-243 in 1955-56
			5292 to Spain as EdA C.5-23 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF
			5293 to Spain as EdA C.5-230 in 1955-56
			5295 transferred to Peru in 1955
			5296 to Spain as EdA C.5-219 in 1955-56
			5298 was last F-86F on active duty in USAF.  Cut up for scrap in 
				early 1970s.
			5301 (MSN 193-30) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25301.  Returned to USAF
			5302 to Spain as EdA C.5-270 in 1955-56
			5303 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
			5304 to Spain as EdA C.5-209 in 1955-56
			5305 transferred to Belgium
			5306 (MSN 193-35) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25306. Returned to USAF
			5307 to Spain as EdA C.5-231 in 1955-56.  Preserved at Moron, Spain
			5308 to Spain as EdA C.5-265 in 1955-56
			5310 to Spain as EdA C.5-198 in 1955-56
			5311 to Spain as EdA C.5-204 in 1955-56
			5312 to Spain as EdA C.5-214 in 1955-56
			5314 to Spain as EdA C.5-233 in 1955-56
			5315 to Spain as EdA C.5-227 in 1955-56
			5317 to Spain as EdA C.5-211 in 1955-56
			5318 to Spain as EdA C.5-220 in 1955-56
			5319 (MSN 193-48) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25319.  Returned to USAF
			5323 on display at Luke AFB, Arizona, marked as 25430
			5324 to Spain as EdA C.5-210 in 1955-56
			5327 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7412)
			5328 to Spain as EdA C.5-206 in 1955-56
			5329 to Spain as EdA C.5-194 in 1955-56
			5330 to Spain as EdA C.5-199 in 1955-56
			5333 to Spain as EdA C.5-212 in 1955-56
			5334 to Spain as EdA C.5-266 in 1955-56
			5336 to Spain as EdA C.5-205 in 1955-56
			5337 transferred to Taiwan
			5338 (MSN 193-67) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25338.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 559 
			5341 to Spain as EdA C.5-215 in 1955-56
			5343 to Spain as EdA C.5-216 in 1955-56
			5345 on display outside American Wings Air Museum, Anoka County Airport, Blain Minnesota.  Noted at Proud Bird
				Restaurant, Los Angeles IAP May 2013.
			5347 to Spain as EdA C.5-158 in 1955-56
			5349 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			5350 to Spain as EdA C.5-249 in 1955-56
			5353 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			5354 to Spain as EdA C.5-164 in 1955-56
			5355 to Spain as EdA C.5-247 in 1955-56
			5359 to Spain as EdA C.5-268 in 1955-56
			5360 to Spain as EdA C.5-217 in 1955-56
			5362 transferred to Belgium
			5367 transferred to Belgium
			5368 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			5369 to Spain as EdA C.5-65 in 1955-56
			5371 to Spain as EdA C.5-167 in 1955-56
			5372 to Spain as EdA C.5-163 in 1955-56.  Returned to USAF.  Put on display at Sembach in Germany, later moved to Ramstein AB.
			5375 to Spain as EdA C.5-234 in 1955-56
			5376 to Spain as C.5-3 in 1955-56
			5377 (MSN 193-107) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25377.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 525377
			5379 to Spain as EdA C.5-250 in 1955-56
			5382 (MSN 193-111) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25382.  Returned to USAF
			5384 to Pakistan AF
			5385 on display at Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp Zeist, The Netherlands is actually 52-5180 (ex Portuguese AF 5307).
			5392 to Spain as EdA C.5-232 in 1955-56
			5398 to Spain as EdA C.5-248 in 1955-56
			5400 to Spain as EdA C.5-254 in 1955-56
			5402 transferred to Belgium (?)
			5402 transferred to Korea 1955/56 (?)
			5405 to Spain as EdA C.5-186 in 1955-56
			5409 to Spain as EdA C.5-224 in 1955-56
			5412 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved at PAF Academy at Risalpur.
			5416 to Spain as EdA C.5-244 in 1955-56
			5417 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5418 to Spain as EdA C.5-263 in 1955-56
			5420 crashed Aug 23, 1954 near Canterbury, England
			5421 to Spain as EdA C.5-255 in 1955-56
			5423 to Spain as EdA C.5-197 in 1955-56
			5424 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5428 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5429 transferred to Korea 1955/56
			5434 on display at city of Brasil, Indiana.
			5435 to Spain as EdA C.5-267 in 1955-56
			5437 to Saudi Arabia
			5439 transferred to Japan (62-7416).  Converted to RF-86F.  Noted on ramp at Aurora, IL
				painted as 55-017.
			5441 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5445 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5452 MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25452.  Returned to USAF
			5454 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5455 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5459 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Acquired on Unknown Date By Redding California. On Display Outside.
			5468 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5471 to South Korea as 471
			5499 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5513 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida, marked as 12831.
			5517 transferred to Korea 1955/56 
			5520 noted on display at Classic Flyers Air Museum, Tauranga, New Zealand as 12910 in Feb 2009.
			5521 to Saudi Arabia
			5525 to Taiwan as F86392
			5528 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
52-5531/5728	Cancelled contract
52-5729/5753	North American F-86H-5-NH Sabre
			MSN 187-151/175
			5732 (MSN 187-154) converted to QF-86H. Loaned to US Navy as 525732.  SOC Sep 20, 1974.
			5736 (MSN 187-158) to MASDC as 9F005 Apr 22, 1974.  Converted to QF-86H. Loaned to US Navy as 525736.  SOC Jan 23, 1976
			5737 was on display at Florence Air and Missile Museum, South Carolina.  This museum is now closed.  Currently on
				display at Burlington Township, New Jersey
			5744 (MSN 187-166) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 525744
			5746 (MSN 187-168) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 525746
			5747 (MSN 187-169) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 525747.  SOC Aug 16, 1972.  Put on display at Langley AFB, VA marked as 31483.
			5751 cockpit at Warner Robins Museum, Robins AFB, GA in 2008.
52-5754/5755	North American YF-100A Super Sabre
			MSN 180-1,2
			5755 (MSN 180-2) suffered engine failure Apr 7, 1954 and was damaged beyond repair in hard landing at Edwards
				AFB.  Later on display at Keesler AFB Air Park, MS.  Noted stored at Edwards AFB Fall 2003.
52-5756/5765	North American F-100A-1-NA Super Sabre
			MSN 192-1/10
			5756 was on display at Kadena AB, Okinawa with number 52-812 pained on tail
			5757 crashed east of Palmdale CA Jul 7, 1955.  NAA
				test pilot Bob Hoover ejected when he could not
				get the aircraft out of a flat spin.
			5759 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
			5760 (MSN 192-5) noted stored at Edwards AFB, California Fall 2003
			5761 on display at New England Air Museum
			5762 on display at Grand Haven Memorial Air Park, Grand Haven, Minnesota since Feb 1969.
			5764 encountered inertial coupling during
			  high speed dive and disintegrated near
			  Edwards AFB Oct 12, 1954.  NAA test pilot
			  George Welch killed.
52-5766/5778	North American F-100A-5-NA Super Sabre
			MSN 192-11/23
			5768 seen derelict at Lowry AFB Oct 1975
			5769 damaged Jul 22, 1954 at Edwards AFB, California
			5770 preserved at Lackland AFB Oct 1978.  Now at Travis AFB, California
			5771 crashed after control lost during gunnery test sortie Nov 9, 1954.  Pilot
				ejected safely, but following the loss of 53-1534 the previous day (as well as
				four previous losses) led to the grounding of the F-100A fleet for investigation.
			5772 to civil registry as N5556V
			5773 preserved at Lackland AFB Oct 1978.  Later on display at Commemorative Air Force, Midland/Odessa, TX.
			5774 damaged in takeoff accident Oct 24, 1955 at Nellis AFB, Nevada
			5777 (MSN 192-22) registration N1453 reserved 1972, NTU.  Noted in 1990 on diplay at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
			5778 was run through the hangar wall by Scott Crossfield at NACA
				High Speed Flight Station Sept 8, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1960.
52-5779/5780	Doman YH-31
			Both converted to VH-31.
			5780 on display at New England Air Museum at Bradley Connecticut May 2009
52-5781/5806	Convair MC-131A Samaritan
			MSN 53-1/53-26.  Model 240.  Redesignated C-131A(M) in 1962
			5781 (MSN 53-1) to US Coast Guard in 1976 as HC-131A 5781
			5782 (MSN 53-2) to MASDC as CS004 Dec 11, 1974.  To MASDC as 43002 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5782 Jul 25, 1976.  
			5783 (MSN 53-3) to US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5783 in 1976
			5784 (MSN 53-4) to MASDC as CS018 Feb 13, 1975.  To MASDC as 43007 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5784 Jan 21, 1977.  
			5785 (MSN 53-5) to MASDC as CS016 Feb 1, 1975. To MASDC as 43003 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5785 Jul 28, 1976.
			5786 (MSN 53-6) to MASDC as CS003 Dec 3, 1974.  To MASDC as 43004 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5786 Sep 3, 1976.  
			5787 (MSN 53-7) to US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5787 in 1976
			5788 (MSN 53-8) (438th MAG) to US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5788 in 1976.
			5789 (MSN 53-9) to MASDC as CS007 Feb 7, 1975.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5789 Aug 6, 1976
			5790 (MSN 53-10) to MASDC as CS022.  To MASDC as 43016 Apr 30, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5790 Apr 30, 1976.  
			5791 (MSN 53-11) to MASDC as CS021 Mar 19, 1975.  To MASDC as 43018 Jan 4, 1977.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5791.  
			5792 (MSN 53-12) to MASDC as CS032 Jun 29, 1975.  To MASDC as 43001 Apr 1, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5792 Jun 11, 1976
			5793 (MSN 53-13) to MASDC as CS029 Jun 12, 1975.  To MASDC as 43012 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5793 May 31, 1977.  
			5794 (MSN 53-14) to MASDC as CS025 Apr 16, 1975.  To MASDC as 43005 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5794 Oct 14, 1976  
			5795 (MSN 53-15) to MASDC as CS010 Jan 7, 1975.  To MASDC as 43006 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5795 Dec 7, 1976.  
			5796 (MSN 53-16) to MASDC as CS011 Jan 6, 1975.  To MASDC as 43014 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5796 in 1976.  
			5797 (MSN 53-17) to US Coast Guard unmodified as 52-5797
			5798 (MSN 53-18) to MASDC as CS035 Jul 16, 1975. To MASDC as 43015 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5798 in 1976.  
			5799 (MSN 53-19) to MASDC as CS028 May 8, 1975.  To MASDC as 43011 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5799 Apr 22, 1977.  
			5800 (MSN 53-20) to MASDC as CS020 Mar 18, 1975.  To MASDC as 43010 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5800 Apr 1, 1977.  
			5801 (MSN 53-21) to MASDC as CS024 Apr 1, 1975.  To MASDC as 43008 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5801 Feb 16, 1977.  
			5802 (MSN 53-22) to MASDC as CS034 Jul 6, 1975 
			5803 (MSN 53-23) to MASDC Mar 1976.  To civil registry as N882P
			5804 (MSN 53-24) to US Coast Guard unmodified as 52-5804 
			5805 (MSN 53-25) to MASDC as CS023 Apr 1, 1975.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5805 in 1976.  
			5806 (MSN 53-26) to MASDC as CS005 Dec 12, 1974.  To MASDC as 43009 Apr 2, 1976.  To US Coast Guard as HC-131A 5806 Mar 9, 1977.  .
52-5807/5811	Cancelled Contract for Convair MC-131A.
			MSNs 53.27/53.31 transferred to 52-9976/9980
52-5812/5836	Convair T-29D
			MSN 52.11/52.35
			5812 (MSN 52.11) to MASDC Dec 1974
			5813 (MSN 52.12) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Jun 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 9, 1979
			5814 (MSN 52.13) to MASDC Jun 1975.  Sold for scrap
			5815 (MSN 52.14) to MSSDC Jun 1975.  To civil registry as N1043V
			5816 (MSN 52.15) to MASDC, broken up
			5817 (MSN 52.16) to MASDC, broken up
			5818 (MSN 52.17) converted to VT-29D.  to MASDC Apr 1975.  to civil registry as N1045G
			5819 (MSN 52.18) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Jan 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 18, 1979. 
				To civil registry as N7029Z.
			5820 (MSN 52.19) to MASDC Jan 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Inc Dec 13, 1977, broken up 
			5821 (MSN 52.20) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC as TB305 Oct 18, 1975.
			5822 (MSN 52.21) crashed on landing at Hamilton AFB, CA May 4, 1970.  13 killed, 1 survived.
			5823 (MSN 52.22) to MASDC.  Broken up in 1981
			5824 (MSN 52.23) stored 1973
			5825 (MSN 52.24) to MASDC Jan 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Nov 23, 1977, broken up
			5826 (MSN 52.25) crashed 4 mi W of Newport News, VA Jan 9, 1975 after midair
				collision with Cessna 150H N50430.  All 7 aboard the T-29D as well
				as 2 aboard the 150H were killed.
			5827 (MSN 52.26) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Sep 22, 1978, broken up
			5828 (MSN 52.27) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC.  Broken up in 1981 
			5829 (MSN 52.28) to Astro Air Transport in Philippines as RP-C7 in 1977.  To Doral, Inc in 1983,
				WFU at Manila in 1986 and broken up by 1992.
			5830 (MSN 52.29) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To civil registry as N3411F in 1976.  To HP-796 Aug 1978.
				WFU and stored Aug 1978
			5831 (MSN 52.30) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 22, 1978, broken up
			5832 (MSN 52.31) to MASDC Jul 1975.  To civil registry as N1021D Mar 27, 1979.  To N451GA Jun 1984.
				To N151JR May 1992.
			5833 (MSN 52.32) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 4, 1979, broken up
			5834 (MSN 52.33) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 23, 1979, broken up
			5835 (MSN 52.34) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Sep 22, 1979, broken up 
			5836 (MSN 52.35) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Mar 30, 1979, broken up
52-5837/5839	McCulloch YH-30
			MSN 001/003
			5837 on display at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker, AL
52-5840/5954	Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar
			5840 (MSN 10999) to Hawkins and Powers as N383S  ?
			5841 (MSN 11000) to Indian AF in 1963
			5842 (MSN 11001) to Indian AF in 1963
			5843 (MSN 11002) to Indian AF in 1963
			5844 (MSN 11003) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970 as 3184.
				at Chichi Museum, Raiwan
			5845 (MSN 11004) converted to C-119J.  To MASDC as CJ435 Jul 12, 1972
			5846 (MSN 11005)to civil registry as N48076, Hawkins and Powers water bomber No. 135,
				Greybull, WY.  Crashed Sep 16, 1987 at Castle Craigs State Park, CA.  3 killed.
			5847 (MSN 11006) to MASDC as CJ376 Nov 30,1 970
			5848 (MSN 11007) to Taiwan as 3191
			5849 (MSN 11008) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM52-5849
			5850 (MSN 11009) on display at Grissom Air Park, Indiana
			5851 (MSN 11010) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM52-5851
			5852 (MSN 11011) to Indian AF in 1963
			5853 (MSN 11012)
			5854 (MSN 11013)
			5855 (MSN 11014) to Indian AF in 1960
			5856 (MSN 11015) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF Jan 1972
			5857 (MSN 11016) to Indian AF in 1963
			5858 (MSN 11017) to Indian AF in 1963
			5859 (MSN 11018)
			5860 (MSN 11019) to Indian AF in 1973
			5861 (MSN 11020) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969 or 1970
			5862 (MSN 11021) to MASDC as CJ406 Feb 23, 1971
			5863 (MSN 11022) converted to C-119K.  To MASDC as CJ412 Sep 22, 1971.  To Jordan
			5864 (MSN 11023) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1969 (modification no. 172).  
				To Vietnam AF 821st Attack Sqdn, 53rd Tac Wing 1972 or 1973.
			5865 (MSN 11024) to Indian AF in 1960
			5866 (MSN 11025) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM52-5866
			5867 (MSN 11026) to Indian AF in 1963
			5868 (MSN 11027) to MASDC as CJ388 Jan 26, 1971
			5869 (MSN 11028) to Taiwan AF as 3214.
			5870 (MSN 11037) to Taiwan as 3187
			5871 (MSN 11038) to MASDC Dec 14, 1969
			5872 (MSN 11039) to MASDC as CJ380 Dec 7, 1970
			5873 (MSN 11040) to MASDC as CJ379 Dec 7, 1970
			5874 (MSN 11041) to MASDC as CJ411 Apr 6, 1971
			5875 (MSN 11042) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF in 1964 for training and
				spares recovery
			5876 (MSN 11043) to MASDC as CJ347 Jul 18, 1970 
			5877 (MSN 11044) converted to CJ-119J.  To MASDC as CJ436 Jul 12, 1972.
			5878 (MSN 11045) to Indian AF in 1963
			5879 (MSN 11046)
			5880 (MSN 11047) to MASDC Sep 25, 1971.  To Fairchild Oct 25, 1971 and converted to C-119K.  To Jordan
			5881 (MSN 11048) 
			5882 (MSN 11049)
			5883 (MSN 11050) to MASDC Dec 11, 1969
			5884 (MSN 11051) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM52-5884.  Converted to
				EC-119J while in Italian service
			5885 (MSN 11052)
			5886 (MSN 11053) crashed in Sea of Japan Mar 1, 1955. Propeller malfunction caused
				plane to go out of control.  Crew all bailed out except for two. One of the
				crew who bailed out died after rescue by Japanese fishing boat.
			5887 (MSN 11054) to Indian AF in 1963
			5888 (MSN 11055) to Indian AF in 1963
			5889 (MSN 11056) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (modification no. 176.  Transferred
				to South Vietnamese AF 821st Attack Squadron, 53rd Tac Wing in 1972 or 1973.
			5890 (MSN 11057) to MASDC as CJ291 Feb 25, 1969
			5891 (MSN 11058) w/o in crash 650 mi NE of Hickam AFB, Hawaii Nov 9, 1955
			5892 (MSN 11059) converted to AC-119G in 1968 (modification no. 119).  Assigned
				to 17th SOS.  Transereed to South Vietnam AF 819th Attack Squadron, 53rd
				Tac Wing Aug 1971.
			5893 (MSN 11060)
			5894 (MSN 11061) w/o Feb 26, 1954 at Huntingdon, Tennessee
			5895 (MSN 11062) converted to C-119J.  To MASDC as CJ434 Jul 13, 1972
			5896 (MSN 11063) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM52-5896.  Converted
				to EC-119J in Italian service
			5897 (MSN 11064) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM52-5897.  Eventually
				scrapped by SIAI-Marchetti at Vergiate.
			5898 (MSN 11065) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod no 106).  To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971.
			5899 (MSN 11066) to MASDC Dec 14, 1969,  To Fairchild Mar 2, 170 and converted to C-119K.  To Ethiopia as 912.  
				Noted derelict at Debre Seit 1998
			5900 (MSN 11067) to MASDC as CJ413 Sep 24, 1971
			5901 (MSN 11068) to MASDC Dec 11, 1969
			5902 (MSN 11069) to Indian AF in 1963
			5903 (MSN 11070) converted to C-119J.  To MASDC as CJ430 Jul 7, 1972
			5904 (MSN 11071) w/o Apr 22, 1954 near Beualville, North Carolina
			5905 (MSN 11072) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod no. 123).  To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971.
			5906 (MSN 11073) converted to C-119J.  To MASDC
			5907 (MSN 11074) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  Crashed Oct 11, 1969 on takeoff from Tan Son Nhut AB, RVN.  
				6 of 10 aboard killed.
			5908 (MSN 11087) 
			5909 (MSN 11088) to Indian AF in 1960
			5910 (MSN 11089) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 155) .  To South Vietnam AF 1972/73
			5911 (MSN 11090) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 156) .  To South Vietnam AF 1972/73
			5912 (MSN 11091) 
			5913 (MSN 11092) to MASDC as CJ375 Nov 30, 1970
			5914 (MSN 11093) to MASDC as CJ409 Feb 28, 1971
			5915 (MSN 11094) to MASDC as CJ395 Feb 1, 1971
			5916 (MSN 11095)
			5917 (MSN 11096) to MASDC as CJ293 Mar 17, 1969
			5918 (MSN 11097) to MASDC Sep 25, 1971, to Fairchild Oct 28, 1971 and converted to C-119K.  To Jordan
			5919 (MSN 11098)
			5920 (MSN 11099) damaged in takeoff accident at Ashiya AB, Japan Jul 8, 1955
			5921 (MSN 11100) w/o Dec 6, 1954 off Ashiya AB, Japan due to engine failure.
			5922 (MSN 11206) to MASDC as CJ381 Dec 7, 1970.  
			5923 (MSN 11207) to Taiwan
			5924 (MSN 11103) to Taiwan as 3217.
			5925 (MSN 11104) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 113).  To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971
			5926 (MSN 11105) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 159).  To South Vietnam AF 1972/73
			5927 (MSN 11106) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 110).  To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971.
				Nose was allegedly at Henderson Nevada Vintage Racing Car and 
				Aviation museum, but this has been identified as actually being from 50-0161.
			5928 (MSN 11107) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1959
			5929 (MSN 11108) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969
			5930 (MSN 11109)
			5931 (MSN 11110) to MASDC as CJ405 Feb 23, 1971.
			5932 (MSN 11111) to MASDC Dec 14, 1969.  To Fairchild Mar 5, 1970, converted to YC-119K.  To Ethiopian AF as 913
			5933 (MSN 11112) to MASDC as CJ378 Dec 8, 1970
			5934 (MSN 11113) to MASDC as CJ290 Feb 25, 1969
			5935 (MSN 11114) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  Had runaway prop shortly after takeoff from Da Nang AB 
				Jun 16, 1970 and aircraft was flown out to sea and crew bailed out over the sea.  9 of 10 crew 
				were rescued.  The aircraft was headed in the general direction of China.  There was a
				rumor that the plane was deliberately shot down by US forces to prevent
				it from reaching China, but this has not been confirmed.  This is apparently true.
			5936 (MSN 11115) converted to C-119K.  w/o in midair explosion near Montelimar, France Oct 27, 1972 while
				on delivery flight to Jordanian AF. 4 killed.
			5937 (MSN 11124) to Taiwan as 3137
			5938 (MSN 11125) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 116).  To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971
			5939 (MSN 11126) to MASDC as CJ414 Sep 25, 1971
			5940 (MSN 11127) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod.no. 160).  To South Vietnam AF 1972/73.
				Destroyed May 24, 1973, 7 KIA.
			5941 (MSN 11128) to Indian AF in 1963
			5942 (MSN 11129) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 112).  To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971
			5943 (MSN 11130) to Indian AF in 1963
			5944 (MSN 11131)
			5945 (MSN 11132) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 175).  To South Vietnam AF 1972/73
			5946 (MSN 11133) to MASDC as CJ408 Feb 28, 1971
			5947 (MSN 11134) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM53-5947
			5948 (MSN 11135) to MASDC as CJ364 Nov 23, 1970
			5949 (MSN 11136) w/o Jan 11, 1955 in crash 5 mi NE of Sewart AFB, Tennessee
			5950 (MSN 11137) to MASDC as CJ340 Dec 14, 1969
			5951 (MSN 11138) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1969/70
			5952 (MSN 11139) to Chinese Nationalist AF 
			5953 (MSN 11140) to MASDC as CJ341 Dec 14, 1969
			5954 (MSN 11141) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1959
52-5955/5999	Cancelled contract
52-6000/6058	Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar
			6000 (MSN 10780) to Italian AF as MM52-6000
			6001 (MSN 10826) to Italian AF as MM52-6001
			6002 (MSN 10827) to Italian AF as MM52-6002
			6003 (MSN 10828) to Italian AF as MM52-6003
			6004 (MSN 10862) to Italian AF as MM52-6004
			6005 (MSN 10863) to Italian AF as MM52-6005.  W/o in landing accident at Pisa 30 Mar 1963 
			6006 (MSN 10864) to Italian AF as MM52-6006
			6007 (MSN 10865) to Italian AF as MM52-6007
			6008 (MSN 10866) to Italian AF as MM52-6008
			6009 (MSN 10867) to Italian AF as MM52-6009
			6010 (MSN 10868) to Italian AF as MM52-6010
			6011 (MSN 10869) to Italian AF as MM52-6011.  Number one engine failure; crashed Luluaborg, 
				Congo 15 FEB 1961 - 3 killed
			6012 (MSN 10909) to Italian AF as MM52-6012
			6013 (MSN 10910) to Italian AF as MM52-6013
			6014 (MSN 10911) to Italian AF as MM52-6014.  Undercarriage collapsed during emergency landing 
				Tanganica, Congo 17 NOV 1961 - 4 killed
			6015 (MSN 10912) to Italian AF as MM52-6015
			6016 (MSN 10946) to Italian AF as MM52-6016
			6017 (MSN 10947) to Italian AF as MM52-6017
			6018 (MSN 10948) to Italian AF as MM52-6018.  Engine failed and crashed Rivolto, Italy Apr 25, 1970.
				All 19 onboard killed.
			6019 (MSN 10949) to Italian AF as MM52-6019
			6020 (MSN 10950) to Italian AF as MM52-6020.  Preserved near ATC at Rivolto AB
			6021 (MSN 10951) to Belgian AF Sep 9, 1953 as CP23, radio call sign OT-CBC.  W/o Dec 12, 1961 at Chievres, 
				Belgium when collided in midair with CP25.  All 13 on both planes killed.
			6022 (MSN 10952) to Belgian AF Aut 4, 1953 as CP21, radio call sign OT-CBA.  To Storage at Koksijde May 2, 1972.
				Regurned to USAF Jul 1974.  Moved by road to St Niklaas, Belgium 1976-77 and converted into a garage in the
				backyard of the owner.
			6023 (MSN 10953) to Belgian AF Feb 23, 1954 as CP22, radio call sign OT-CBB.  To storage at Koksijde May 2, 1972. 
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6024 (MSN 10995) to Italian AF as MM52-6024
			6025 (MSN 10996) to Italian AF as MM52-6025
			6026 (MSN 10997) to Belgian AF Jan 18, 1954 as CP27, radio call-sign OT-CBG.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 2, 1973.  
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78
			6027 (MSN 10998) to Belgian AF Jan 27, 1954 as CP30, radio call-sign OT-CBJ.  To storage at Koksijde Jan 31, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6028 (MSN 11029) to Belgian AF Jan 11, 1954 as CP26, radio call-sign OT-CBF.  to storage at Koksijde Sep 1, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78
			6029 (MSN 11030) to Italian AF as MM52-6029.  Preserved at Udine-Campoformido
			6030 (MSN 11031) to Italian AF as MM52-6030.  Undercarriage collapsed at Pisa Jan 24, 1979.
			6031 (MSN 11032) to Italian AF as MM52-6031
			6032 (MSN 11033) to Belgian AF Feb 14, 1954 as CP33, radio call-sign OT-CBM.  To storage at Koksijde Nov 18, 1971.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6033 (MSN 11034) to Belgian AF Feb 23, 1954 as CP20, radio call sign OT-CAT.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 13, 1971.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6034 (MSN 11035) to Belgian AF Mar 26, 1954 as CP19, radio call-sign OT-CAS.  Crashed Oct 22, 1965 into hill near
				Hofgrisnar, Veckerhagen, West Germany duringnight cargo drop mission.
			6035 (MSN 11036) to Belgian AF Feb 9, 1954 as CP31, Radio call sign OT-CBK.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 29, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6036 (MSN 11075) to Italian AF as MM52-6036.  W/o Apr 20, 1964 when touched the water with its
				wing off Pisa, Italy, causing the plane to break up.  6 onboard killed.
			6037 (MSN 11076) to Italian AF as MM52-6037.  W/o Feb 2, 1961 at Kwamouth, Congo
			6038 (MSN 11077) to Belgian AF Feb 23, 1954 as CP24, radio call-sign OT-CBD.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 22, 1971.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6039 (MSN 11078) to Belgian AF Jan 18, 1954 as CP28, radio call sign OT-CBH.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 9, 1973.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6040 (MSN 11079) to Italian AF as MM52-6040.
			6041 (MSN 11080) to Italian AF as MM52-6041.  W/o Chateauroux, France 22 OCT 1964 
			6042 (MSN 11081) to Italian AF as MM52-6042
			6043 (MSN 11082) to Belgian AF Dec 22, 1953 as CP25, radio call sign OT-CBE.  W/o Dec 12, 1961, Chievres, Belgium 
				in midair collision with CP23.  13 onboard both planes killed.
			6044 (MSN 11083) to Belgian AF Feb 18, 1954 as CP36, radio call sign OT-CBP.  Crashed into mountainous terrain 
				Jul 19, 1960 Rushengo, Belgian Congo.  Crash location quoted as Sake-Masisi/Bibatama, north of Goma.  
				37 of 41 onboard killed.
			6045 (MSN 11084) to Belgian AF Feb 14, 1954 as CP32, radio call sign OT-CBL.  To storage at Koksijde Feb 10, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6046 (MSN 11085) to Belgian AF Feb 22, 1954 as CP39, radio call sign OT-CBS.  To storage at Koksijde Jun 1, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6047 (MSN 11086) to Belgian AF Jan 19, 1954 as CP29, radio call sign OT-CBI.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 3, 1972.
				To Ethiopian AF as 918, but serial may not have been carried.  Noted derelict at Debre Zeit 1998
			6048 (MSN 11116) to Italian AF as MM52-6048
			6049 (MSN 11117) to Italian AF as MM52-6049
			6050 (MSN 11118) to Belgian AF Feb 15, 1954 as CP34, radio call sign OT-CBN.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 9 1973.  
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6051 (MSN 11119) to Belgian AF Feb 21, 1954 as CP38, radio call sign OT-CBR.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 1, 1972.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6052 (MSN 11120) to Belgian AF Feb 17, 1954 as CP35, radio call-sign OT-CBO.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 2, 1973.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
			6053 (MSN 11121) to Italian AF as MM52-6053
			6054 (MSN 11122) to Italian AF as MM52-6054
			6055 (MSN 11123) to Belgian AF Feb 18, 1954 as CP37, radio call-sign OT-CBQ.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 3, 1972.
				To Ethiopian AF as 919, but serial may not have been carried.  Noted derelict at Debre Zeit 1998
			6056 (MSN 11144) to Italian AF as MM52-6056
			6057 (MSN 11145) to Italian AF as MM52-6057
			6058 (MSN 11146) to Belgian AF May 9, 1954 as CP40, radio call sign OT-CBT.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 31, 1971.
				Returned to USAF Jul 1974.  Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78
52-6059/6161	de Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver
			DHC-2 Beaver for the USAF.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.  These planes received a dual MSN system, a factory
				number and a number assigned to planes produced specifically for USAF/US Army
				procurements starting at 1000.
			6059 (MSN 395/1199)
			6060 (MSN 396/1200) delivered Oct 29, 1952.  To MASDC May 18, 1965 to Sep 20, 1965.  to civil registry as N310NR.  Current
			6061 (MSN 403/1206)
			6062 (MSN 404/1207) delivered Nov 12, 1952.  N754 registered Apr 5, 1968 to US Department of the Interior.
				Cancelled Mar 19, 2013
			6063 (MSN 405/1208) delivered Nov 20, 1952.  N5154G registered May 1971 to Civil Air Patrol.  Crased Sep 21, 2006
				near Sqikshak River, Katmai National Park, Alaska
			6064 (MSN 406/1209) delivered Nov 12, 1952.  Transferred to US Army.  Registered SE-IMM Jan 1983.  Crashed May 9, 1986
				Ittevare, Sweden.  N8820 registered to Sipaire.  Modified as Wipaire Boss Turbine Beaver
			6065 (MSN 407/1210) delivered Nov 15, 1952
			6066 (MSN 411/1213) registered N195Z Aug 22, 1968 to USDA Forest Department, cancelled Dec 18, 1973
			6067 (MSN 412/1214) 
			6068 (MSN 413/1215) delivered Nov 20, 1957. Became N767 (US Dept of Interior) registered, then N767P registered Mar 1977.
				then N77PF, then C-GIPL in 1979, cancelled Oct 11, 2000 on export to Indonesia.  In 
				December 2001 was registered to Island Seaplanes of Bali, Indonesia as PK-SDL but might not have been taken up. 				
				Last noted unmarked under rebuild at Vancouver, BC Oct 2002.  Registration
				C-GIPL reserved Aug 28, 2006
			6069 (MSN 424/1225) delivered Dec 9, 1952.  To civilian registry as N38938, to N428AF, current.
			6070 (MSN 425/1226) crashed Oct 17, 1958 when flew into Nose Mountain, AB
			6071 (MSN 426/1227) delivered Dec 9, 1952.  To civil registry as N9764Z, to to N30ST.  Scrashed Sep 8, 1983 on takeoff
				when aircraft collided with a mud bank at Port Alsworth, Alaska
			6072 (MSN 427/1228) delivered Dec 12, 1952.  To civil registry as N1059, C-GQXI.  Registration N1059 cancelled
				by FAA Oct 5, 2004 as sale reported 1977.
			6073 (MSN 435/1235)
			6074 (MSN 436/1236) delivered Jan 7, 1953.  To civil registry as N47005, VH-OCW
			6075 (MSN 437/1237) delivered Jan 12, 1953.  To civil registry as C-GDZE.  Cancelled Feb 21, 1997
			6076 (MSN 438/1238) delivered Jan 26, 1953.  To civil registry as N5158G (Civil Air Patrol), N90AK.  Registered
				as N67590 Jul 17, 2008
			6077 (MSN 439/1239) damaged Jul 2, 1954 during takeoff from Otis AFB, Massachusetts 
			6078 (MSN 441/1240) delivered Jan 7, 1953.  To MASDC May 3, 1972 to Feb 12, 1976.  To civil registration as N9313Z.
				Went missing Aug 21, 2010 between Swikshak Lagoon and King Salmon, Alaska.  Some wreckage found Sep 27, 2010.
			6079 (MSN 442/1241) delivered Jan 20, 1953.  To N5316G Mar 7, 1973.  Cancelled Jul 7, 1977 on export to Canada.
				To C-GYOJ.  Reported as crashed, cancelled Jun 10, 1995.
			6080 (MSN 444/1242) delivered Dec 18, 1952.  To civil registry as N1476 to Michigan Department of Conservation,
				cancelled Feb 7, 1975.  To C-GIIY.  Current
			6081 (MSN 445/1243) to N31521.  Damaged Mar 21, 1954 when ground-looped during landing at Mona Island, Puerto Rico.
			6082 (MSN 447/1244) to MASDC Jan 31, 1964 until Apr 13, 1966.  To US Army 
			6083 (MSN 448/1245) delivered Jan 22, 1953.  To civil registry as N768 (US Dept of Interior)
			6084 (MSN 450/1246) delivered Feb 5, 1953.
			6085 (MSN 451/1247)
			6086 (MSN 453/1248) delivered Feb 5, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1964 until ???.   To civil registry as N769 (US Dept 
				of Interior), to N7691, to CF-UWJ, to C-FUWJ, current.
			6087 (MSN 454/1249) delivered Feb 17, 1953.  To civil registry as N1477, N30NR (US Tennessee Valley 
				Authority).  Now on display at Robins AFB Museum, Georgia
			6088 (MSN 455/1250)
			6089 (MSN 457/1251)
			6090 (MSN 458/1252)delivered Mar 6, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1964.  Transferred to US Army.  To MASDC at unknown
				date until Oct 1973.
			6091 (MSN 460/1253) delivered Feb 24, 1953
			6092 (MSN 461/1254) delivered Mar 10, 1953.  To civil registry as N65035, C-FJIM.  Current
			6093 (MSN 463/1255)
			6094 (MSN 464/1256) delivered Mar 17, 1953.  To civil registry as N1587X, N3LU (Lake Union Air Service),
				N23RF, N264P.
			6095 (MSN 466/1257) delivered Mar 16, 1953.  To civil registry as N5143G (Civil Air Patrol, Alaska)
			6096 (MSN 467/1258)
			6097 (MSN 468/1259) to MASDC Sep 22, 1968 until Aug 24, 1970.
			6098 (MSN 470/1260) delivered Mar 17, 1953.  N5141G registered to Civil Air Patrol.  Crashed Jul 8, 1976 when
				flew into high ground near Palmer, Alaska.
			6099 (MSN 471/1261) delivered Mar 24, 1953.  Damaged in forced landing Nov 8, 1953 near College Grove, Tennessee.
				N4932 registered Sep 1971 to State of Maine Forestry Department.  Current
			6100 (MSN 473/1262) crashed Aug 25, 1955 near Safford, Arizona
			6101 (MSN 474/1263) delivered Apr 6, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 30, 1960, returned to service Sep 6, 1961.  
				To civil registry as N19NR Mar 22, 1974 to Michigan Department of  Natural Resources, cancelled Mar 13, 1981.
			6102 (MSN 476/1264) delivered Apr 6, 1953
			6103 (MSN 477/1265) delivered Apr 67, 1953.  Registered Jan 3, 1977 to Alaska Division of Forestry, Anchorage,
				Alaska.  Registered as N106FS May 6, 2004 to USDA Forest Service
			6104 (MSN 479/1266)
			6105 (MSN 481/1267) delivered Apr 6, 1953.  To civil registry as N5142G, current with Civil Air Patrol,
				Anchorage, AK
			6106 (MSN 482/1268) delivered Apr 8, 1953.  To civil registry as N4798C, CF-FRL, C-FFRL.  Current
			6107 (MSN 483/1269) delivered Feg 15, 1953.  To civil registry as N76SU.  Current
			6108 (MSN 485/1270)
			6109 (MSN 486/1271) delivered Apr 15, 1953.  To civil registry as N73635, N1078, N104WB
			6110 (MSN 488/1272) delivered Apr 18, 1953.  To civil registry as N311NR.  Registration N107KS 
				reserved Feb 11, 2005.
			6111 (MSN 489/1273) delivered Apr 24, 1953.  To South Carolina ANG until stored at MASDC from Feb 1972 to
				Feb 1976.  To civil registry as N67671
			6112 (MSN 490/1274) delivered Apr 24, 1953.   To civil registry as N5579D, N4957 (State of Maine Forestry
				Dept) Sep 1971.  To Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, PA until 1995 marked in USAF colors as 26112/LG-112).  
				Now owned by civilian.
			6113 (MSN 492/1275) delivered Apr 22, 1953.  To MASDC Oct 27, 1960 until May 25, 1961.  To N4755T with State of 
				Maine Forestry Department, Augusta, ME.  Cancelled Apr 1990.  To BuNo 164525.
			6114 (MSN 493/1276) delivered May 22, 1953.  N7743B registered to State Airlines.  To ZK-CLP with Fieldair Ltd
				Apr 7, 1965.  Crashed Jan 4, 1969 at Wanstead near Waipukurau 
			6115 (MSN 495/1277) delivered May 5, 1953.  To MASDC Oct 31, 1972 to Feb 28, 1977.  To civil registry as N17394.  
				Crashed Aug 11, 1994 when flew into rising ground at Port Alsworth, Alaska.  Registration cancelled
				Jul 30, 2013. 
			6116 (MSN 496/1278) delivered May 28, 1953.  To MASDC Feb 9, 1972 to Feb 4, 1976.  To civil registry as C-GDZD
			6117 (MSN 498/1279) delivered Jun 8, 1953.  N155G registered May 1971 to Civil Air Patrol.  N910BW registered 
				Apr 1986.  N104RL registereed Jun 4, 1992.  N152RF registerd Sep 16, 2011, current.
			6118 (MSN 499/1280) delivered May 22, 1953.  To N4756T with Maine Forest Service.  Current in Alaska
			6119 (MSN 501/1281) delivered May 25, 1953.  To N10017, registered N53BV Jun 23, 2008.  Reported
				substantially damaged at Kenmore, WA Aug 4, 2008
			6120 (MSN 502/1282) to MASDC Nov 14, 1960 until May 24, 1961.  Returned to service
			6121 (MSN 504/1283) delivered My 25, 1953.  To civil registry as N13454, N9766Z.  Stalled and struck trees while
				flying low on aerial photo duty Oct 4, 1999.  Repaired.
			6122 (MSN 506/1284) delivered May 27, 1953.  Became N5164G with Civil Air Patrol, then to Alaska Bush Carrier.  Crashed
				Skwentna, AK Jul 5, 1997, killing 4.  Rebuilt by AIG Aviation, CA). Registered Jul 16, 2003 to Ashe 
				Aircraft Enterprises Ltd of Calgary, AB as C-GZGR.  Registered Feb 9, 2004 to I. Delaney of Toronto, ON as C-GIWD.
				Registered N221RT May 9, 2006.  Current
			6123 (MSN 507/1285) delivered Jun 16, 1953.  loaned to US Navy as 526123.  To civil registry as CF-WMH.
			6124 (MSN 509/1286) delivered Jun 16, 1953.  To civil registry as N9971Z, later N971MM.
			6125 (MSN 510/1287)
			6126 (MSN 511/1288) delivered Jun 9, 1953.
			6127 (MSN 513/1289) delivered Jun 25, 1953.  To US Navy as BuNo 150191.   MAP transfere to South Vietnamese AF asd 26127
			6128 (MSN 514/1290) delivered Jun 16, 1953.  To US Navy as BuNo 150192.
			6129 (MSN 516/1291) to MASDC Jan 23, 1961 until Feb 14, 1961
			6130 (MSN 517/1292).  To civilian registry as N4799C
			6131 (MSN 519/1293) delivered Jul 2, 1953.  To civil registry as N1UW (Wisconsin State Univ.), N67091,
				C-GMGD.  Cancelled Oct 22, 2004..  As C-GMGD, current with Viking Air
			6132 (MSN 520/1294) delivered Jun 26, 1953.  N5159G registered to Civil Air Patrol.  To C-GUMR, stored
			6133 (MSN 522/1295) delivered Jul 13, 1953.  became N4565 May 1972, then to N2502.  Damaged Dec 22, 2000 when
				made forced landint in a high school football field in Kirkland, Washington.
			6134 (MSN 524/1296) delivered Jul 13, 1953.  to MASDC Apr 27, 1961 until Oct 31, 1961.  To US Army.  To MASDC 
				Mar 30, 1973 to Feb 2, 1976.  To civil registry as C-GDXW.  Current
			6135 (MSN 525/1297) delivered Jul 16, 1953.  Was at museum at Clearwater, FL airport.  Owned by US Army Aviation
				Museum at Fort Rucker, Alabama.  On loan to Yesterday's Air Force, St Petersburg/Clearwater, Florida.
				N463MH reserved Jan 23, 2012, cancelled Jul 1, 2013
			6136 (MSN 527/1298)
			6137 (MSN 528/1299) delivered Aug 18, 1953.
			6138 (MSN 530/1300) delivered Jul 24, 1953.  To civil registry as N9822F (USAF Flying Club, UK, 1961 to 1962) then
				back to 52-6138 again for Alabama ANG until stored at MASDC Feb 1972 to Feb 1976
				and to civil registry as N6138C, C-GWPL, N111YA, and N530BJ
			6139 (MSN 531/1301) delivered Apr 9, 1953.  To civil registry as N9824F (USAF Flying Club, UK Dec 1960 to Aug 1962)
				Then back to 52-6139 for California ANG and back to civil registry as N17391 and
				C-GJEA.  Cancelled Oct 26, 1995.
			6140 (MSN 533/1302) delivered Jul 31, 1953.  To N8306.  Current with Middle Tennessee State University
			6141 (MSN 534/1303) delivered Sep 8, 1953.  MAP transfere Jun 26, 1967 to Turkish Army Aviation.  To Turkish civil 
				registry as TC-ZTR in 1989.  WFU
			6142 (MSN 535/1304) delivered Sep 9, 1953.  To civil registry as N9771F (USAF APO, NY), back to 53-6142, then to
				civil registry as N31522.  Current with Civil Air Patron, Anchorage, Alaska
			6143 (MSN 536/1305) delivered Sep 14, 1953.  Became N1579 registered to North Carolina Department of Conservatrion
				and Development, Raleigh, North Carolina, coded "12", then C-GQXH.  US registration cancelled by FAA
				Oct 12, 2004 as sale reported 1977.
			6144 (MSN 538/1306) delivered Sep 21, 1953.  To civil registry as N8964 May 1970 to Civil Air Patrol,
				Anchorage, Alaska.  Current
			6145 (MSN 539/1307) delivered Sep 4, 1953.  Crashed in Peak District, England Dec 5, 1956 on flight from RAF 
				Sculthorpe to RAF Burtonwood.
			6146 (MSN 540/1308) delivered Sep 11, 1953.  To N6083, cancelled Jan 29, 1989.  To civil registry as N67691.  Crashed
				Dec 26, 1989 after takeoff when caught by gust of wind, contacted the water, flipped over, and sank
			6147 (MSN 541/1309) 
			6148 (MSN 542/1310)
			6149 (MSN 544/1311)
			6150 (MSN 545/1312) to French Air Force 1954-1957 in Indochina as 26150.  Returned to USAF.  SOC Jan 12, 1959.
				MAP transfer to Thailand, but may have also gone to Laos or Cambodia.
			6151 (MSN 547/1313) delivered Oct 13, 1953.  MAP transfer to French Air Force in Indochina Apr 1954 as 26151,
				Assigned Apr 27, 1954 to ELA53, call-sign F-SCLY.  Assigned Feb 2, 1955 to ELA52/ETLA 52, call-sign F-SCXC. 
				Returned to USAF Jun 27, 1957.  SoC Sep 27, 1958 and and later MAP transfer to Thailand Army as 16151.  
				Now on display at Royal Thai Army Aircraft Maintenance Center, Lop Buri
			6152 (MSN 548/1314) delivered Sep 29, 1953. MAP transfer to French AF 1954-1957 in IndoChina as 26152.  Assigned
				to ELA52/ETLA 52.  Accident Feb 7, 1955
			6153 (MSN 550/1315) delivered Oct 5, 193.  MAP transfer to South Vietnamese AF as 26153.  Returned to USAF.
				To MASDC Jan 9, 1969 to Oct 1973.
			6154 (MSN 551/1316)
			6155 (MSN 552/1317)
			6156 (MSN 554/1318) delivered Oct 14, 1953.  MAP transfer to French AF in Indochina Apr 27, 1954 as 26515.  
				Assigned Apr 17, 1954 to ELA52/ETLA 52, call-sign F-SCXF.  Returned to USAF Jun 27, 1957
			6157 (MSN 555/1319) delivered Oct 20, 1953.  MAP transfer to French AF in Indochina Apr 27, 1954 as 26157. Assigned
				Apr 24, 1954 to ELA53, call-sign F-SCLZ.  Assigned Feb 5t, 1955 to elA54, call-sign F-SCxx.  Later assigned to
				ELA52/ETLA52, call-sign F-SCXZ, later as F-SCXE.  Returned to USAF Jun 27, 1957.  SOC Feb 17, 1959
				MAP transfer to Thailand Army as 26157.  Now on display at Royal Thai Army Aircraft
				Maintenance Center, Lop Buri
			6158 (MSN 557/1320) delivered Oct 21, 1953.  MAP transfer to French Army Apr 28, 1954 to ELA54, call-sign F-SCTG.  
				Assigned Jun 6, 1955 to ELA52, call-sign F-SCXR.  Returned to USAF Feb 20, 1956.
			6161 (MSN 563/1324) to French AF 1954-1957 in Indochina as 26161.  Returned to USAF.  SOC Sep 17, 1958.
				MAP transfer to Thailand but may have also gone to Laos or Cambodia
52-6162/6216	Beech L-23A Seminole
			MSN LH-1/LH-55.  Most remanufactured to L-23D with new serials in batch
			 	57-6029/6076
			6208 to civil registry as N8099E
52-6217/6219	Aero Commander YL-26
			Redesignated YU-9A in 1962.
			6217 (MSN 520-17) fuselage and center wing section are in a private
				collection in Ohio.
			6218 (MSN 520-21) on display at March Field Museum, California. 
			6219 (MSN 520-23) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
52-6220/6294	Piper L-21B Super Cub
			MSN 18-2538/2612.  (Andrade has 6220/6294 as being 18-2520/2594, but these may be frame numbers).
			To MDAP. 
			6220 (MSN 18-2538) to French Army.  Became D-ELNK, then HB-POG.
			6221 (MSN 18-2539). To French Army, then OO-HMB, then OO-VVP. Registered 
				Jul 1, 2003 to Association Aeronautique Voltair SA of Albi, France as F-GRAG.
			6222 (MSN 18-2540) to French Army as 182540, then to D-ELKG.  To Dutch user
				Mar 9, 2004 as PH-ENJ.  Flying since mid 2005 marked as Dutch AF 54-2460/R-170, the
				orginal was DBR.
			6225 (MSN 18-2543) to French Army.  Became OO-HMC, then was to have become OO-VVQ but
				NTU.  Became OO-LFM instead.
			6228 (MSN 18-2546) to French Army.  Became E-EMMX (D-ELKF originally
				reserved but NTU) then EC-DLM then D-ERDJ.
			6229 (MSN 18-2547) to French Army, then OO-HMF, then OO-WIS.  Registered
				G-BWOR Mar 21, 1996
			6230 (MSN 18-2548) to French Army.  BEcame D-ELNL, then HB-PAY
			6231 (MSN 18-2549) to French Army, then became PH-NYL, then D-EBGC.
			6232 (MSN 18-2550) to Portuguese Army as 3217.
			6233 (MSN 18-2551) to Portuguese Army as 3223
			6234 (MSN 18-2552) to Portuguese Army as 3212.  In Museo do Ar, Sintra, Portugal.
			6235 (MSN 18-2553) to Portuguese Army as 3221
			6236 (MSN 18-2554) was to have gone to Portuguese Army as 3215 but was
				destroyed before entering service and replaced by 52-6249.
			6237 (MSN 18-2555) to Portuguese Army as 3218.  On display at Museo Do Air, Sintra
			6238 (MSN 18-2556) to Portuguese Army as 3219
			6239 (MSN 18-2557) to Portuguese Army as 3220
			6240 (MSN 18-2558) to Portuguese Army as 3224
			6241 (MSN 18-2559) to Portuguese Army as 3225
			6242 (MSN 18-2560) to Portuguese Army as 3213
			6243 (MSN 18-2561) to Portuguese Army as 3214.  To civil registry as CS-AQQ.
			6244 (MSN 18-2562) to Portuguese Army as 3211
			6245 (MSN 18-2563) to Portuguese Army as 3209
			6246 (MSN 18-2564) to Portuguese Army as 3216
			6247 (MSN 18-2565) to Portuguese Army as 3222
			6248 (MSN 18-2566) to Portuguese Army as 3227 but NTU, became 3210
			6249 (MSN 18-2567) to Portuguese Army as 3226 but NTU, became 3215
			6250			18-2568		To Turkish Army as 52-6250	TOC 6Feb53
			6251 18-2569		To Turkish Army as 52-6251.  To Portuguese Army, w/o 5/11/1957.
			6252 18-2570		To Turkish Army as 52-6252.  on display at Museo Do Ar, Alverca
			6253			18-2571		To Turkish Army as 52-6253	
			6254 18-2572		To Turkish Army as 52-6254.  in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
			6255			18-2573		To Turkish Army as 52-6255	
			6256			18-2574		To Turkish Army as 52-6256	
			6257			18-2575		To Turkish Army as 52-6257	
			6258 (MSN 18-2576) to Turkish Army Feb 7, 1953.  To Turkish AF as TC-EBT, but NTU
			6259			18-2577		To Turkish Army as 52-6259	
			6260			18-2578		To Turkish Army as 52-6260	
			6261			18-2579		To Turkish Army as 52-6261	
			6262 18-2580		To Turkish Army as 52-6262.  To Portuguese Army, w/o 2/20/1956.
			6263			18-2581		To Turkish Army as 52-6263	
			6264 		18-2582 		To Turkish Army as 52-6264 	
			6265 		18-2583 		To Turkish Army as 52-6265 	
			6266 		18-2584 		To Turkish Army as 52-6266 	
			6267 		18-2585 		To Turkish Army as 52-6267 	
			6268 (MSN 18-2586, frame number 18-2411) to Turkish Army Feb 27, 1953.  To Turkish AF as TC-EBU but NTU
			6269 (MSN 18-2587, frame number 18-2417) to Turkish Army Feb 27, 1953.  To Turkish AF as TC-EBY Jul 26, 1979. 
				 On display as 10101 at museum in Guvercinlik, Ankara
			6270 (MSN 18-2588, frame number 18-2416) to Turkish Army Mar 6, 1953, then became SE-XPY as "MSN 18-2416"
			6271 (MSN 18-2589, frame number 18-2399) to Turkish Army Mar 6, 1953.  To Turkish AF as TC-EBZ Jul 26, 1979
			6272			18-2590		To Turkish Army as 52-6272	
			6273 		18-2591 		To Turkish Army as 52-6273 	
			6274 		18-2592 		To Turkish Army as 52-6274 	
			6275 		18-2593 		To Turkish Army as 52-6275 	
			6276 		18-2594 		To Turkish Army as 52-6276 	
			6277 		18-2595 		To Turkish Army as 52-6277 	
			6278 		18-2596 		To Turkish Army as 52-6278 	
			6279 (MSN 18-2597, frame number 18-2440) to Turkish Army Mar 13, 1953, then became TC-SGD Jul 19, 1994
			6280 (MSN 18-2598, frame number 18-2422) to Turkish Army Mar 13, 1953, then became TC-AAC
			6281			18-2599		To Turkish Army as 52-6281	
			6282 		18-2600 		To Turkish Army as 52-6282 	
			6283 		18-2601 		To Turkish Army as 52-6283 	
			6284 		18-2602 		To Turkish Army as 52-6284 	
			6285 		18-2603 		To Turkish Army as 52-6285 	
			6286 		18-2604 		To Turkish Army as 52-6286 	
			6287 		18-2605 		To Turkish Army as 52-6287 	
			6288 (MSN 18-2606, frame number 18-2477) to Turkish Army Mar 30, 1953.  To Turkish AF as TC-ECA Jan 8, 1979
			6289			18-2607		To Turkish Army as 52-6289	TOC 30Mar53
			6290 (MSN 18-2608, frame number 18-2480) to Turkish Army Mar 30, 1953.  To TC-FLY
			6291			18-2609		To Turkish Army as 52-6291	TOC 30Mar53
			6292 		18-2610 		To Turkish Army as 52-6292 	
			6293 		18-2611 		To Turkish Army as 52-6293 	
			6294 		18-2612 		To Turkish Army as 52-6294 	
52-6295/6310	Cancelled contract
52-6311/6312	Cessna XL-19C Bird Dog
52-6313		Cancelled contract
52-6314/6315	Cessna LC-126C
			MSN 7950,7960.  Redesignated U-20A in 1962
			6314 to Turkish Army Nov 17, 1952.
			6315 to Turkish Army Nov 17, 1952
52-6316/6354	Cancelled contract
52-6355/6422	Republic F-84F-30-RE Thunderstreak
			6359 on display at Travis AFB museum, California
			6361 to Greek AF; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
			6362 to Italian AF
			6365 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6368 seen in 2006 on display outside Kalamazoo Aviation Museum.
			6369 to Belgium as FU-188.  Preserved at Kleine Brogel
			6370 to N6338 with Gateway Technical Institute, Kenosha, WI.  The
				plane was eventually scrapped since the director decided that the
				jet fighter did not fit the image of the school.
			6371 to Belgium as FU-181.  To Helchteren Ranges
			6374 to Belgium as FU-191.  To Weelde dump
			6375 to Belgium as FU-182.  W/o Jul 2, 1962.
			6376 to Italian AF
			6378 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-194.  To Beauvechain as decoy
			6379 located in a park with American Legion Post 2 along Highway 17 in Wauchula, FL.
			6382 on display with Massachusetts ANG at Otis ANGB, Massachusetts
			6384 (12th TFW) crashed on takeoff from MacDill AFB into Tampa Bay Feb 1, 1963.  Pilot uninjured.
			6385 on display with VFW Post 2503 at Omaha, Nebraska
			6391 (141st TFS/NJ ANG) Flew into high ground 5 miles west 
				of Clermont-Ferrand, France in deteriorating weather Jan 28, 1962. Pilot killed
			6403 to Belgian AF as FU-183.  SOC Mar 1970.  Stored Koksijde, later to Helchteren Ranges as decoy marked as BA-06
			6404 seen as scrapyard at Socorro, NM
			6405 seen at scrapyard at Socorro, NM
			6412 seen at scrapyard at Socorro, NM
			6417 to Belgian AF as FU-195.  Crashed Retie (Belgium) May 5, 1964 after catching fire.  
			6418 on display with Iowa ANG at Fort Dodge, Iowa
52-6423/6522	Republic F-84F-35-RE Thunderstreak
			6424 to Belgian AF as FU-189.  W/o in collision with FU-86 Oct 26, 1966
			6425 to Greek AF.  Noted on dump at Nea Anchialos Sep 2005 
			6429 (12th TFW) crashed into Tampa Bay Jan 4, 1963.  Pilot killed.
			6430 MAP to Belgian AF Apr 1958 as FU-184.  SOC Mar 197.  Saved at Kapellen for Brussels Museum.  Dumped at Westerloo
			6436 to Eglin AFB range in early 1972.  Seen there in Aug 1976
			6437 to Eglin AFB in early 1972 to Eglin target range.  Sat on ramp at Eglin AFB thru fall
				of 1972, but was eventually hauled off.
			6438 on display with American Legion Post 38 at Georgia Veterans State Park, Cordele, Georgia  Had served with Greek AF
			6439 to Greek AF
			6455 on a pole at American Legion post 490 in Houston, Texas
			6456 on display at VFW post 6791, West Chicago, Illinios.
			6457 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6458 at Topeka-Forbes.  Now on display with Massachusetts ANG, Westfield, Massachusetts
			6461 was at Lackland AFB, Texas but has been moved somewhere else by 2011.  Now on display with Iowa ANG at Sioux City, Iowa.
			6467 to Greek AF
			6470 on display at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, painted as 26567
			6475 was FICON conversion.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum at Santa Rosa, CA in 2004.
			6476 spotted at MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio in 2011.  Also spotted at museum near Dobbins ARB, Georgia in 2012.
				Now on display at Marietta Museum of History, Marietta, Georgia
			6478 to Italian AF
			6479 seen in 1992 at NAWC China Lake
			6486 to Western Michigan University in 1972.  To Kalamazoo Aviation History
				Museum in 1978.  Marked as 52-6442
			6490 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6497 to N5372 with Community School District, Des Moines, IA.  Now at
				Iowa Gold Star Museum, Camp Dodge, IA.
			6499 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6503 on display at Gila Bend AFAF.  On display at Luke AFB, Arizona
			6515 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
52-6523/6642	Republic F-84F-40-RE Thunderstreak
			6523 to Luftwaffe as D-123, DD-123, DD-370, DD-124
			6524 noted undergoing restoration Jan 2015 at MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio
			6525 to Eglin AFB range early 1972.  Seen there Aug 1976
			6526 on display at WPAFB Museum
			6533 to Luftwaffe as DE-128.  W/o Apr 9, 1963
			6534 to Luftwaffe as DE-250.  To Greece
			6537 to Greek AF
			6539 to Luftwaffe as DE-122.  To Greece
			6540 to Greek AF
			6541 to Greek AF as 26541. Has been in the North-East Aircraft 
				Museum, Sunderland, England since at least 1988
			6542 to Luftwaffe as D-326, DD-236, DD-336.  To Greece
			6543 (163rd TFS/IN ANG) crashlanded near St Marcel, 8 mi NE of Chambley AB, France after
				engine failure Mar 15, 1962.  Local citizens pulled pilot clear before aircraft exploded.
			6546 to Luftwaffe as DD-107.  W/o Oct 22, 1959
			6550 to Luftwaffe as DE-256, DE-101.  To Greece
			6553 was at Drister Aviation and Space Museum, Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently at English Field 
				Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.  In 1987 was at Florence
				Air and Missile Museum, Florence, SC.  In 2012 seen parked in a field beside Window On 
				The Plains Museum, Dumas, Texas.  Now on display with American Legion Post 224, Dumas, Texas.
			6555 in 2008 was at Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association Museum,
				NAS willow Grove, PA.  To be painted in the markings of 103rd FS,
				111th FW, Pennsylvania ANG.
			6556 to Greek AF
			6558 to Luftwaffe as D-110, DD-110, DD-310.  To Greece
			6559 (15th TFW) destroyed on ground at MacDill AFB Nov 5, 1962 when airman accidentally fired a rocket pod 
				on another aircraft during weapons maintenance.
			6562 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6563 flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1955).  To MASDC as FA003.  Located at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  
				52-6563 probably has tail of 51-1725.
			6565 to Luftwaffe as D-101, DD-101, DD-360.  To Greece
			6567 to Luftwaffe as D-111, DD-111, DD-311.  W/o Jul 6, 1964
			6569 MAP to Belgian AF Apr 1958 as FU-185.  SOC Mar 1970.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Kleine Brogel as
				"Thunder Mirage" BA-07.  Preserved at Tiger Air Force Museu, Kleine Brogel, Peer.  Believe scrapped.
			6570 to Luftwaffe as DR-001, BF-001, DD-375, DD-237, DD-337.  To Greece
			6573 rear fuselage and tail noted at Planes of Fame Jet Annex, Chino, CA Nov 2002
			6579 to Luftwaffe as DD-235, DD-335.  To Greece
			6581 to Royal Hellenic AF
			6584 MAP to Belgian AF May 1958 as FU-197.  SOC Feb 1971.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Kleine Brogel. 
				Plane is now displayed as a monument at the Aeroclub Keiheuvel in Balen, Belgium.
			6585 to Royal Hellenic AF
			6595 to Royal Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece.
			6597 served with New Jersey ANG 119th TFS out of Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1959.
				Seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6600 cockpit noted at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL Sep 6, 2003
			6601 to Luftwaffe as D-102, DD-102, DD-302.  On display at Neubiberg ?
			6603 to Italian AF
			6604 (110th TFS/MO ANG) struck trees during practice close air support mission and
				undercarriage collapsed on subsequent landing at Toul AB, France Apr 20, 1962.  Pilot
				unhurt but aircraft not repaired and SOC Apr 10, 1963
			6605 to Belgium as FU-192.  To Weelde dump
			6611 to Luftwaffe as DE-117, DD-307.  To Greece
			6617 on display wit American Legion Post 104 at Terre Haute, Indiana as 54-181
			6620 to Belgium as FU-186.  Stored at Kapellen for Brussels Museum.  Dumped at Westerloo
			6621 to Luftwaffe as D-122, DD-122, DD-369, DD-232, DD-332.  To Greece
			6622 to Luftwaffe as DE-245.  To Greece
			6623 to Greek AF
			6624 to Italian AF
			6628 to Luftwaffe as D-121, DD-121, DD-368, DD-124, DD-324.  On display at Tuddern/Sittard
			6629 to N97020 with Detroit Institute of Aeronautics, Ypsilanti, MI.
				Now on display at Indiana ANG, Fort Wayne IAP, Indiana.
			6631 used as target at Eglin AFB after 1972.
			6630 to Luftwaffe as D-232, DD-232.  W/o May 6, 1963
			6634 roted August 2003 preserved at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA
			6635 to Luftwaffe as D-112, DD-112, DD-364, DD-119, DD-319.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
			6636 to Luftwaffe as D-113, DD-113, DD-381, DD-257, DD-357.  To Greece
			6639 to Luftwaffe as D-233, DD-233, DD-371, DD-106, DD-306.  On display at Messtetten as DD-113
			6642 on display at city of Creighton, Nebraska
52-6643/6812	Republic F-84F-45-RE Thunderstreak
			6648 to Luftwaffe as DE-362, DE-113.  To Greece
			6651 served with New Jersey ANG 119th TFS out of Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1959
			6655 to Luftwaffe as DE+108.  WFU
			6658 to Luftwaffe as D+246, DD+246, DD+346.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
			6659 to Luftwaffe as DR+002, DD+118, DD+318.  To Greece
			6660 to Luftwaffe as DE+103, DD+308.  Scrapped
			6661 to Luftwaffe as DE+241, DE+375, DE+238.  To Greece
			6665 to Luftwaffe as DE+242, DD+366.  To Greece
			6666 at Salisbury (tail only)
			6669 to Luftwaffe as DR+003, D+120, DD+120, DD+320.  On display at Memmingen as DD+113
			6671 crashed Mar 11, 1957 after collision with T-33 54-1558 near
				Finchingfield, England
			6672 to Luftwaffe as DD+367, DD+367, D+116, DD+316.  WFU
			6673 to Luftwaffe as DR+004, BF+004, DE+369, DE+232.  
			6675 to Luftwaffe as DD+373, DD+245, DD+345.  To Greece.  Preserved at city of Coffeyville, Kansas.
			6676 to Luftwaffe as DR+005, BF+003, DD+383, DD+255, DD+355.  To Greece
			6679 to Luftwaffe as DE+244, DE+376, DE+252, DD+364.  To Greece
			6680 to Luftwaffe as DE+123.  To Greece
			6681 to Luftwaffe as DD+376.  To Greece
			6682 to Luftwaffe as DE+364, DE+106.  
			6684 to Luftwaffe as DE+246.  
			6687 to Luftwaffe as DE+101
			6688 to Luftwaffe as DD+363.  To Greece
			6689 to Luftwaffe as DE+120, DE+382, DE+102.  To Greece
			6690 to Luftwaffe as DD+377, DD+127, DD+327.  To Greece
			6691 to Luftwaffe as DE+109, DE+361, DE+126, DD+370, DD+379.  W/o Oct 20, 1960
			6692 crashed Dec 9, 1955 near Sheffield, Derbyshire, England.  Pilot
				ejected safely, but the plane hit a nursing home, killing a patient.
			6693 to Luftwaffe as DD+368, DD+121.  W/o Apr 23, 1963
			6696 to Luftwaffe as D+114, DD+114, DD+314.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
			6697 to Luftwaffe as DE+365, DE+126.  W/o Apr 25, 1962
			6698 to Luftwaffe as DD+127, DD+377, DD+258, DD+358.  To Greece
			6699 to Luftwaffe as DE+252.  W/o May 21, 1962
			6701 on display at Robins AFB, Georgia
			6702 to Luftwaffe as DE+231.  To Greece
			6703 to Luftwaffe as DE+258, DE+114.  To Greece
			6704 to Luftwaffe as DE+374, DE+254.  W/o Jun 23, 1964
			6705 to Luftwaffe as DE+257, DE=126, DD+368.  To Greece
			6706 to Luftwaffe as DE+124.  To Greece
			6707 to Luftwaffe as D+254, DD+254, DD+354.  Tpreserved at Buchel as DC+211
			6708 to Luftwaffe as DD+374.  W/o Oct 19, 1961
			6710 to Luftwaffe as DE+240, DE+373, DE+128.  To Greece
			6711 (20th FBW)w/o Jun 20, 1956
			6712 to Luftwaffe as D+255, DD+255.  W/o Aug 10, 1961
			6713 to Luftwaffe as DR+009, DD+119.  
			6714 to Luftwaffe as DE+239, DE+372, DE+126.  Preserved in Rheine as DF+240
			6715 to Luftwaffe as D+252, DD+252, DD+352.  Scrapped in Pferdsfeld 1971
			6716 to Luftwaffe as DE+125.  WFU
			6722 to Luftwaffe as DE+363, DE+127.  To Greece.  Noted inactive at Tanagra
				Sep 2005
			6723 to Luftwaffe as DE+234.  To school aircraft
			6724 (20th FBW) crashed Jun 11, 1957 at RAF Woodridge, UK  Pilot ejected.
			6725 to Luftwaffe as D+115, DD+115, DD+315.  WFU
			6726 to Luftwaffe as DE+235.
			6727 to Luftwaffe as D+247, DD+247, DD+347.  To Greece
			6729 to Luftwaffe as D+125, DD+125, DD+325.  To Greece, preserved at Athens
			6730 to Luftwaffe as DE+104.  To Greece
			6731 to Luftwaffe as DE+236.  W/o Jul 23, 1959
			6733 to Luftwaffe as DE+237.  WFU
			6734 to Luftwaffe as DD+378, BF-103.  Preserved in Lechfeld as DB-32
			6736 to Luftwaffe as DE+111.  To Greece
			6737 to Luftwaffe as D+244, DD+244, DD+344.  Preserved in Furstenfeld as DD+244
			6738 to Luftwaffe as DD+379, DD+121, DD+321.  To Greece
			6741 to Luftwaffe as DE+110.  W/o May 27, 1960
			6742 (20th FBW) w/o Jun 22, 1956
			6743 to Luftwaffe as D+126, DD+126, DD+326.  To Greek AF as 26743.  Reported
				Apr 1995 stil extant at Tatoi AB, Greece.
			6744 to Luftwaffe as DE+124, DD+369.  To Greece
			6745 to Luftwaffe as DE+233, DD+370.  To Greece
			6746 to Luftwaffe as D+239, DD+239, DD+339.  In Luftwaffenmuseum, Berlin-Gatow, Germany painted as DD+313.
			6749 to Luftwaffe as DD+361, DD+109, DD+309.
			6752 to Luftwaffe as DE+102, DE+360, DE+121.  Preserved in Husum as DE+121
			6754 to Luftwaffe as DD+380.  W/o May 24, 1962
			6756 to Luftwaffe as D+243, DD+243, DD+343.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
			6759 to Luftwaffe as DD+128, DD+367.  WFU
			6760 to Luftwaffe as DE+238.  W/o Jan 28, 1963
			6761 to Luftwaffe as D+240, DD+240, DD+340.  To Greece
			6763 to Luftwaffe as DE+251.  To Greece
			6764 to Luftwaffe as DD+375, BF+104.  Preserved in Lechfeld as DB+132
			6765 to Luftwaffe as DE+121. W/o Jul 10, 1963
			6766 to Luftwaffe as DE+366, DE+109.  To Greece
			6767 to Luftwaffe as DD+36, DD+122, DD+322.  Scrapped in Pferdsfeld 1971
			6768 (55th FBS) w/o Nov 23, 1956
			6769 to Luftwaffe as D+253, DD+253, DD+353.  To Greece
			6773 to Luftwaffe as D+103, DD+103, DD+303.  To Greece
			6774 to Luftwaffe as DD+381, DD+113, DD+313.  To Greece.  An F-84F painted
				as DD+313 was noted Apr 29, 1996 in Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow
			6775 to Luftwaffe as DE+370, DE+249, DD+367.  To Greece
			6778 to Luftwaffe as DD+382, BF+105.  Preserved at Hermeskeil as BF+105
			6780 to Luftwaffe as DE+371, DE+253.  WFU
			6782 on display at Luke AFB, marked as 52-6779 Thunderbirds aircraft
			6783 to Luftwaffe as D+248, DD+248, DD+348.  Preserved at Dusseldorf as 5.
			6786 to Luftwaffe as D+245, DD+245.  W/o Aug 14, 1961
			6788 to Luftwaffe as DE+367, DE+107.  WFG
			6789 to Luftwaffe as DE+376, DE+244.  To Greece.  Noted outside a museum in Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013.
				Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and displayed at the Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
			6790 to Luftwaffe as DE+372, DE+239.  To Greece
			6791 to Luftwaffe as DE+364, DD+112, DE+312.  To Greece
			6792 to Luftwaffe as DD+256, DD+356.  W/o Mar 11, 1965
			6794 to Luftwaffe as D+249, DD+249, DD+349.  To Greece
			6795 to Luftwaffe as DE+368, DE+247.  To Greece
			6796 to Luftwaffe as DD+365, DD+301, DD+101.  WFU
			6797 to Luftwaffe as DD+373, DE+240, DD+344.  To Greece
			6798 to Luftwaffe as D+241, DD+241, DD+341.  To Greece
			6804 to Luftwaffe as DE+377, BF+106.  Now in Luftwaffe Museum in Berlin as BF+106.
			6805 to Luftwaffe as DE+369, DE+110.  W/o Sep 6, 1962
			6806 to Luftwaffe as DE+118.  Scrapped
			6808 to Luftwaffe as DD+370, DD+123, DE+323.  To Greece
			6809 to Luftwaffe as DE+112.  To Greece
			6811 to Luftwaffe as DE+371, DD_233, DD+333.  To Greece
52-6813/6907	Republic F-84F-50-RE Thunderstreak
			6814 to Luftwaffe as DD+107, DD+307. Preserved at Bis 1972 in Karlsruhe, Scrapped
			6816 to Luftwaffe as DD+108, DD+308.  Preserved in Gremersheim as BA+102
			6820 to Luftwaffe as D+250, DD+250.  W/o Sep 6, 1962
			6823 seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM
			6824 to Luftwaffe as D+231, DD+231, DD+362.  To Greece
			6825 to Luftwaffe as DD+362.  To Greece
			6828 to Greece
			6831 to Greek AF.  Beleved to be the plane preserved at Nea Aghialos AB, Greece.
			6833 crashed 13 miles west of Wickenburg, Arizona on May 16, 1961, just east 
				of Echeverria Field, killing Luftwaffe pilot.
			6834 to Luftwaffe as D+251, DD+251, DD+351.  To Greece
			6836 to Luftwaffe as DE+378, DE+255.  
			6837 to Greek AF
			6840 to Greek AF
			6846 noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, MI, painted as 52-5422.
			6852 to Luftwaffe as DE+379, DE+120, DD+320.  To Greece
			6857 to Greek AF
			6858 to Greek AF
			6866 to Greek AF
			6883 to Greek AF
			6884 veered off runway on takeoff and crashed into houses near Eielson AFB, Alaska Nov 29, 1955.  Pilot and 14
				on ground killed.  Another 7 severely burned.
			6890 to Greek AF
			6891 to Greek AF
			6900 to Greek AF
			6904 to Greek AF
52-6908/7007	Republic F-84F-55-RE Thunderstreak
			6914 to Greek AF
			6919 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athen, Greece.
			6926 to Greek AF
			6931 w/o Apr 9, 1959
			6939 to Greek AF
			6941 to Greek AF
			6951 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6956 seen at scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6959 to Greek AF
			6960 to Greek AF
			6969 on display at Air Park, Malmstrom AFB, Montana, marked as 52-6974.
			6972 to Italian AF
			6987 seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6988 seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6990 seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6991 seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM
			6993 on display at Wilbur Wright Birthplace Historic Site, Millville, IN
			7006 to MASDC Oct 1960.  Nose seen in warehouse storage yard for city of Mesa, AZ.
				Purchased by Jim Bloomer in 2008.
52-7008/7017	Republic F-84F-56-RE Thunderstreak
			7008 to Belgium as FU-49.  To Kleine Brogel as decoy marked as BA-05
			7010 to Netherlands AF as P-156.  W/o Dec 11, 1961
			7011 to Belgium as FU-50.  To Florennes as decoy
			7012 to Belgium as FU-61.  W/o in collision with trees during final at
				Rygge in Norway Jun 3, 1964.
			7013 to Netherlands AF as P-157
			7014 to Italian AF
			7016 to Italian AF
			7017 to Italian AF
52-7018/7049	Republic F-84F-35-RE Thunderstreak
			7019 on display with Wyoming ANG at Cheyenne MAP, Wyoming
			7021 on display with Ohio ANG at Mansfield Lahm AP, Ohio.
			7022 to Turkey as 7022. Returned and to N64641 of Linn Technical
				College, Linn, MO
			7027 on display with Indiana ANG, Terre Haute, Indiana
			7034 to Belgium as FU-190. To Beauvechain as decoy
52-7050/7089	Republic F-84F-40-RE Thunderstreak
			7051 on display with Illinois ANG at Springfield, Illinois.  Also reported as crashing near Arcadia, Florida with 12th
				TFW May 22, 1963.  Pilot killed.
			7052 to Luftwaffe as DR+006, DD+116, DD+367, DD+128, DD+328.  To Greece
			7059 MAP to Belgian AF Apr 1958 as FU-193.  w/o at Florennes May 27, 1960
			7062 to Eglin AFB range early 1972.  Seen there Aug 1976
			7066 preserved at city of Vienna, West Virginia
			7067 to Belgium as FU-187.  To instructional airfram at Saffraanbert.  Broken up
			7069 to Belgium as FU-196.  W/o Apr 8, 1963.
			7072 to Eglin AFB range early 1972.  Seen there Aug 1976
			7076 to Luftwaffe as D+237, DD+237.  W/o Apr 24, 1962
			7078 to Luftwaffe as DD+234, DD+334.  To Greece
			7080 (12th TFW) crashed at end of runway 22 at MacDill on takeoff Apr 23, 1963.  Pilot
				uninjured. Now on display at England AFB Heritage Park, Alexandria, Louisiana
			7086 to Luftwaffe as DE+236.  To Greece
			7089 to Luftwaffe as D+238, DD+238, DD+372, DD+250, DD+350.  To Greece
52-7090/7114	Republic F-84F-45-RE Thunderstreak
			7090 to Luftwaffe as DE+114.
			7091 to Luftwaffe as DR+007, DD+117, DD+317.  To Greece
			7092 to Luftwaffe as D+104, DD+104, DD+304.  Scrapped 1972
			7093 to Luftwaffe as D+105, DD+105, DD+350.  To Greece
			7094 to Luftwaffe as DD+106.  W/o Jun 15, 1962
			7095 to Luftwaffe as DE+360, DE+119.  W/o Jun 23, 1961
			7098 to Luftwaffe as DE+375, DE+241.  W/o Dec 13, 1963
			7099 to Luftwaffe as DE+380, DE+116.
			7100 (20th FBW) /o May 1956
			7101 to Luftwaffe as DD+366.  To Greece
			7102 to Luftwaffe as DE+115.  WFU
			7104 to Luftwaffe as DR+008, BF+002, DE+366, DE+110.  To Greece
			7106 (20th FBW) w/o Jun 13, 1956
			7107 to Luftwaffe as DD+372, DD+238, DD+338.  To Greece
			7108 to Luftwaffe as D+242, DD+242, DD+342.  To Greece
			7111 to Luftwaffe as D+257, DD+257
			7114 to Luftwaffe as DD+360, DD+101, DD+365.  To Greece
52-7115/7126	Republic F-84F-46-RE Thunderstreak
			7115 MAP to Belgian AF Dec 1955 as FU-10.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Bierset as
				"Thunder Mirage" BA-1.  Was preserved at Musee du Chateaud de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune, France.
				To Lafayette Museum, Orange, France.  Later in private collection at Baarlo, Netherlands
			7116 to Belgium as FU-1.  W/o May 23, 1956.
			7117 to Belgium as FU-2.  W/o Jul 17, 1963.
			7118 to Belgium as FU-3.  Crashed into a house Jul 7, 1964 in Corenne (Belgium)
				during final approach, killing the pilot.
			7119 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-107.  Crashed Mar 19, 1963 after riccochet on Terschelling range  Pilot bailed out safely
			7120 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-108.  W/o Mar 4, 1963
			7121 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-101
			7122 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-135
			7123 to Beigium as FU-4.  W/o Jul 7, 1970.
			7124 to Belgium as FU-5.  Broken up at Koksijde
			7125 to Belgium as FU-7.  W/o Jun 15, 1968.  
			7126 to Netherlands as P-102
52-7127/7191	Republic F-84F-51-RE Thunderstreak
			7127 to Belgium as FU-11.  Broken up at Koksijde
			7128 to Netherlands AF as P-128
			7129 to Belgium as FU-62.  W/o May 21, 1958
			7130 to Netherlands AF as P-103
			7131 to Netherlands AF as P-104
			7132 to Netherlands AF as P-105.  To Turkish AF
			7133 MAP to Belgian AF Aug 1954 as FU-6.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later as Decoy at Beauvechain.
				Came to UK in early 1970s for the Historical Aircraft Museum at Southend.  Then went to Rochester,
				where it was restored to static display standard by the
				Medway Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society and painted
				back in USAF colors with false tail number 6771.  Currently
				preserved at RAF Museum, Cosford, UK, stored, not displayed.
			7134 to Netherlands AF as P-129.  To Turkish AF
			7135 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-16.  W/o  in midar collision with F-84 FU-39 (52-7194) over Dinant, Belgium Jan 29, 1971.
			7136 MAP to Belgian AF Oct 1955 as FU-17. SOC Jul 1973.  Broken up at Koksijde
			7137 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-12.  W/o Aug 21, 1967.
			7138 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-18.  W/o Apr 23, 1956.
			7139 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-13.  W/o Nov 28, 1955
			7140 to Netherlands AF as P-109.  W/o Oct 1, 1957
			7141 to Belgium as FU-8.  W/o Jul 9, 1963.
			7142 to Netherlands AF as P-110.  To Turkish AF
			7143 to Belgium as FU-19.  W/o Oct 12, 1961.
			7144 to Belgium as FU-14.  W/o Jul 28, 1955.
			7145 to Netherlands AF as P-111.   During crashlanding crashed into a hangar at Gilze-Rijen AB, Netherland Oct 30, 1961. 
				Pilot killed. Five AT-16 Harvard and seven L-21B destroyed.
			7146 to Netherlands AF as P-158
			7147 to Netherlands AF as P-112.  W/o Mar 3, 1959
			7148 to Belgium as FU-9.  W/o Dec 8, 1955.
			7149 to Netherlands AF as P-130.  W/o Feb 6, 1958
			7150 to Netherlands AF as P-106. W/o in 1965
			7151 MAP to Belgian AF Oct 1955 as FU-20.  SOC Jul 1965.  To instructional airframe.  Used for recruiting.  Scrapped Evere
			7152 to Belgium as FU-23.  W/o Aug 24, 1959.
			7153 to Netherlands AF as P-131.  To Turkish AF
			7154 to Belgium as FU-15.  W/o Mar 30, 1956.
			7155 to Netherlands AF as P-114.  W/o Oct 14, 1963
			7156 to Belgium as FU-24.  W/o Oct 17, 1958.
			7157 to Belgium as FU-36.  Was preserved at Tech School at Antwerp since 1988.  When
				the school moved, the plane was left behind and escaped 2 criminal
				fires.  The plane was still owned by the Belgian AF and they took it back in Apr 2008
				and sent it to its deposit at Vissenaken.  Loaned to Poland
				for an exhibition honoring 10 years of Polish NATO membership.  Now at Polish Aviation Museum,
				Krakow, Poland
			7158 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-115.  W/o Aug 21, 1956
			7159 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-136.  To Turkish AF
			7160 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-125.  Landed safely after caught fire May 14, 1959.  To Turkish AF
			7161 to Belgium as FU-25.  W/o Oct 25, 1956.
			7162 MAP to Belgian AF Apr 1956 as FU-26.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later to decoy at Brustem.
				Aircraft was destroyed in a fire-fighting demonstration at Trustem.  Scramble says it went to Greece as 
				27162, but this is a mistaken identity.  The aircraft preserved at Montelimar is FU-123 53-6768.
			7163 to Belgium as FU-27.  W/o Feb 19, 1962.
			7164 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-116
			7165 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-117.  W/o Aug 12, 1960 after engine failure over sea.  Ditched on the water, pilot
				was safely recovered.
			7166 to Belgium as FU-28.  to Brustem as decoy.
			7167 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-118.  To Turkish AF
			7168 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-132.  Exploded on ground at Volkel AB Aug 23, 1960 
			7169 to Belgium as FU-30.  To Brussels Museum.
			7170 to Belgium as FU-21.  Preserved at Savigny
			7171 MAP to Belgian AF Nov 1955 as FU-22.  SOC Jan 1972.  Broken up at Koksijde.
			7172 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-126.  To Turkish AF
			7173 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-127.  To Turkish AF
			7174 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-119.  W/o Oct 2, 1963
			7175 MAP to Belgian AF Nov 1955 as FU-29.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Bierset as decoy.
				Destroyed in simulated attack on Bierset AB during airshow in Sep 1993.  Parts used to restore
				F-84F at Museum Techniki Vadim Zadorozhny, Moscow.  The aircraft at Montelimar is FU-123, 53-6768.
			7176 to Netherlands AF as P-113.  W/o Mar 18, 1956
			7177 to Netherlands AF as P-133.  Then to Turkish AF
			7178 to Belgian AF c1952 as FU-31.  SOC Jan 8, 1971.  Used as a decoy at Liege-Bierset.
				To Musee du Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-Les Beaune Apr 1996.  Stored dismantled.
			7179 to Netherlands AF as P-137.
			7180 to Belgium as FU-37.  Broken up at Koksijde
			7181 to Netherlands AF as P-138
			7182 to Belgium as FU-38.  W/o Oct 11, 1957.
			7183 to Belgium as FU-32.  W/o May 13, 1965.
			7184 to Luftwaffe as DD+360, DD+101, DD+365.  To Greece
			7185 to Netherlands AF as P-134.  In 2013 was an instructional airframe at the ROC Amsterdam College, 
				Hoofddorp, Netherlands.
			7186 to Netherlands AF as P-139.  W/o Apr 14, 1958
			7187 MAP to Belgian AF Jun 1957 as FU-40.  Crashed at Bocholt, West Germany Oct 16, 1959
			7188 to Netherlands AF as P-120.  W/o Nov 18, 1958
			7189 to Netherlands AF as P-121.  To Turkish AF
			7190 to Netherlands AF as P-122.  W/o Jun 30, 1956.
			7191 to Netherlands AF as P-140.
52-7192/7228	Republic F-84F-56-RE Thunderstreak
			7192 to Belgium as FU-33.  Preserved at Chievres
			7193 to Belgium as FU-41.  Crashed while landing Aug 4, 1966.  Pilot killed.
			7194 to Belgium as FU-39.  W/o Jan 29, 1971 in midair collision with F-84 FU-16 (52-7135) over Dinant, Belgium.
			7195 to Belgium as FU-34.  W/o Jun 5, 1964.
			7196 to Belgium as FU-42.  W/o Jul 9, 1963.
			7197 to Belgium as FU-40.  W/o Oct 16, 1959.  Also have this plane as
				going to Netherlands AF as P-141.  Which one is correct?
			7198 to Netherlands AF as P-142
			7199 to Belgium as FU-111.  W/o Oct 17, 1958.
			7200 to Luftwaffe as BA+116, DA+379, DD+370.  WFU
			7201 to Netherlands AF as P-123.  W/o in 1956
			7202 to Belgium as FU-43.  W/o Jul 23, 1958
			7203 to Netherlands AF as P-124.  W/o in 1956
			7204 to Belgium as FU-35.  W/o Jul 11, 1956.
			7205 to France--served in 1956 Suez War. To Netherlands AF as P-143
			7206 to Netherlands AF as P-144
			7207 to Belgium as FU-44.  Broken up at Koksijde
			7208 to Netherlands AF as P-145.  W/o Dec 14, 1956
			7209 to Netherlands AF as P-159.  W/o Jan 25, 1957
			7210 to Belgian AF Jun 1956 as FU-45. SOC Aug 12, 1970.  To Koksijde AB for storage.  To Florennes AB as a
				Decoy.  Preserved at Musee du Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune, France
			7211 to Netherlands AF as P-146.  W/o Dec 17, 1956
			7213 to Italian AF
			7214 to Netherlands AF as P-149
			7215 MAP to Belgian AF Apr 1956 as FU-51.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Brustem.
				Displayed at Fouga Flight, Brustem.  Preserved outside the Aero Club/ATC Tower at Namur-Suarlee (Temploux)
				Airport, Belgium
			7216 MAP to Belgian Air Force Apr 1956 as FU-52.  SOC Dec 1971.  Broken up at Koksijde.  The plane at
				Florennes marked as FU-52 is actually FU-144 (53-6783)
			7217 to Netherlands AF as P-147.  To Turkish AF
			7218 to Netherlands AF as P-148
			7220 to Belgium as FU-46.  W/o Jun 19, 1957.
			7221 to Italian AF
			7222 to Belgium as FU-47.  W/o Jun 18, 1958
			7223 to Belgium as FU-48.  W/o Jan 17, 1962.
			7224 to Italian AF
			7225 to Belgium as FU-53.  W/o Jun 4, 1958.
			7226 to Belgium as FU-54.  W/o Mar 22, 1961.
			7227 to Netherlands AF as P-151.  W/o Oct 14, 1963
			7228 to Netherlands AF as P-150.  W/o Mar 17, 1958
52-7229/7233	Republic RF-84F-21-RE Thunderflash
			7229 to Belgium as FR-9 Oct 1955.  Stored at Koksijde. Jun 16, 1971.  Returned to USAF and scrapped.
			7230 to Belgium as FR-10 Mar 1958.  Crashed near Wijchmaal-Peer after flameout Jan 27, 1959.  
			7231 to Netherlands as P-7.  To Turkey Oct 1963 as 27231
			7232 to Netherlands as P-17.  W/o 6/8/60.
			7233 to Netherlands as P-3.  To Turkey Oct 1963 as 27233
52-7234/7235	Republic RF-84F-20-RE Thunderflash
			7234 to Netherlands.  Also have this going to French AF, then to Turkish AF Nov 1963 and derelict
				at Eskisehir
52-7236/7243	Republic RF-84F-21-RE Thunderflash
			7236 to Netherlands as P-8.  W/o 10/3/57.
			7237 to Belgium as FR-13 Jun 12, 1957.  During flight to Denmark, aircrft flew over the neutral zone between
				East and West Germany by mistake May 29, 1958.  Intercepted by Russian MiG-17s  of 773 IAP and forced to land
				at Parchim, near Damgarten, East Germany.  Pilot tried to overshoot and escape, but was shot at by one of the
				MiGs and then decided to land.  Pilot was returned after 3 weeks. Aircraft returned to Belgian AF Jul 4, 1958.  
				To Flight Refuelling at Tarrant Rushton, England for rebuilt Apr 15, 1959.  Returned to service Nov 13, 1959.
				W/o during landing at Lahr, West Germany when right main wheel locked and aircraft ran off runway May 17, 1960.
			7238 to Belgium as FR-12 Apr 1956.  Stored at Koksijde May 5, 1972.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
			7239 to Netherlands as P-9.  To Turkey Mar 1963 as 27239.
			7240 to Belgium as FR-4 Sep 9, 1955.  Stored at Koksrijde Oct 4, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
			7241 to Netherlands as P-4.  To Turkey Oct 1963 as 27241.
			7242 to Netherlands as P-10.  To Turkey Oct 1963 as 27242.
			7243 to Netherlands as P-13.  To Turkey Mar 1963 as 27243.  Also have this plane as
				going to French AF.  Fuselage stored at Konya Air Base, Turkey in June 2014.
52-7244/7278	Republic RF-84F-20-RE Thunderflash
			7244 to Netherlands.  On display with Iowa ANG at Sioux City, Iowa
			7248 (MSN 204) assigned to USAF 71st SRW.  Scheduled for delivery to Royal Norwegian AF, but to French AF.
				To French AF as 2748, code 33-CJ, later 33-CY.  To Royal Danish AF Sep 18, 1964 as 27248, code C-248.  
				Assigned to 729 Squadron.  WFU Aug 31, 1971.  Scrapped Mar 1992.
			7249 on display at Dannelly Field ANG Collection, Montgomery, Alabama
			7251 on display at city of Valley, Nebraska
			7252 to French AF
			7253 (MSN 209) assigned to USAF 71st SRW.  Scheduled for delivery to Royal Norwegian AF, but to French AF as 
				27253, code 33-CV.  Later to Royal Danish AF Sep 18, 1964 as 27253, code C-253.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.
				WFU Aug 31, 1971.  To the Koldkrigsmusseum (Cold War Museum) Langelandsfort, Bagenkop, Denmark, stored
				dismantled.
			7254/7278 converted to RF-84K-17-RE for FICON
			7259 (MSN 215) to GRF-84F-30-RE, then converted to RF-84K-17-RE.  Converted for operation FICON from the 
				Convair GRB-36D bomber.  Ex-SAC, Ex-Michigan ANG.  Flown to Japan Jun 1957 assigned to 2723rd Air Base 
				Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AFB.  Assigned Aug-Sep 1957 to 67th TRW, Misawa AFB
				Returned Nov 1958 to 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AFB.
				Returned to USA Feb 1959.  Assigned 171st TRS, ANG, Detroit, MI.  SOC Feb62
				Was on static display with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 2006 was at USAF Museum,
				having been acquired from Yankee Air Force out of Willow Run and restored.
			7260 converted to RF-84K-17-RE.  Now in storage with Yankee 
				Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  Was with French AF
			7261 noted Nov 1979 at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida
			7262 with the Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
			7264 to civil regiatry as N4928C
			7265 (MSN 221) converted to RF-84K-17-RE.  To Norton AFB as gate guard, now With Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.
			7266 (RF-84K) on display at Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
52-7279/7286	Republic RF-84F-26-RE Thunderflash
			7279 to Belgium as FR-16 Aug 1956.  Crashed near Euskirchen/Sasserath, West Germany Aug 24, 1956.
			7280 to Netherlands as P-14.  To Turkey as Mar 1963 as 27280.
			7281 to Belgium as FR-14 Nov 6, 1956.  Crashed at Grand-Menil after engine problems Dec 22, 1966.
			7282 to Belgium as FR-15 Mar 1957.  Stored at Koksijde Sep 9, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
			7283 (MSN 244) to French AF as 27283.  To Royal Danish AF Jul 29, 1964 as 27283, code C-283. Assigned to 729
				Squadron.  WFU Aug 31, 1971.  Scrapped by MBB Jan 1973.
			7284 to Netherlands as P-11.  To Turkey Mar 1963 as 27284.
			7286 to Netherlands as P-15.  W/o 1963.  Also have a report of this one going to Turkey Jan 1964
52-7287/7295	Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
			7290 to Germany as EB-1111, later EB-311
			7291 to Germany as EB-232.  7291 w/o 4/21/64.  51-17009 also quoted as EB-232
			7292 to Germany as EB-361
			7293 to Germany as EB-119.  7293 w/o 10/11/61
			7295 to Germany as EB-115.  At Munsingen 1967.
52-7296/7307	Republic RF-84F-26-RE Thunderflash
			7296 to Netherlands as P-16.  W/o 7/21/58
			7297 to Belgium as FR-17 Apr 1956.  Stored at Koksijde Jul 14, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped.
			7298 to French AF.  After French AF service, to Turkish AF and stored at Konya Air Base, Turkey in June 2014.
			7299 to French AF.  To Turkish AF as instruction aircraft
			7300 to France as 33-CC.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with ER 4/33
			7301 to French AF.  To Turkish AF Jun 1964 and derelict at Eskisehir
			7302 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			7303 to French AF
			7305 to French AF
			7306 to French AF
			7307 to French AF as 33-CH
52-7308/7318	Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
			7309 to West Germany as EB-362, later EB-107, later EB-307
			7310 to West Germany as EB-105, was replacement aircraft
			7313 to West Germany as EB-106.  W/o Aug 9, 1962.
			7315 to West Germany as EB-112, later EB-312.
			7316 to West Germany as EB-235 as replacement aircraft
			7317 to West Germany as EB-120
52-7319/7339	Republic RF-84F-26-RE Thunderflash
			7319 (MSN 310) to French AF.  Also listed as going to Norwegian AF
			7320 to Italian AF
			7321 to France as 33-DG.  Served in 1956 Suez War with ER 4/33.
			7322 (MSN 313) to Norwegian AF.  Crashed Sep 9, 1964 at Vormsund
			7323 to French AF
			7324 to French AF as 27324, code 33-CM.  To Royal Danish AF  Sep 4, 1964 as 27324, code C-324.  Assigned to 729
				Squadron.  WFU Aug 31, 1971.  to Koldkrigsmuseum (Cold War Museum) Langelandsfrt, Bagenkop, Denmark.
				Stored dismantled. 
			7325 (MSN 316) to France as 33-DD.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with ER 4/33.  Also listed as going to Norwegian AF 
			7327 to France as 33-CP.  Served in 1956 Suez War with ER 4/33.  To Turkish AF.  Shot down in Cyprus by AAA
				Jul 20, 1974
			7328 to Italian AF.  W/o Aug 22, 1957 at Aviano
			7329 to France as 33-DH.  Served in 1956 Suez War with ER 4/33.
			7330 to French AF
			7331 to French AF as 33-CL.  Later to Denmark as C-324.
			7332 to Norwegian AF
			7334 to French AF
			7335 to Italian AF
			7336 to French AF
			7337 to French AF
			7338 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			7339 to Italian AF as MM52-7339.   Reported Spring 2004 at Museo Dell'Aria 'Nido Delle Aquile, Italy, 
				incorporating parts from 53-6730 and 53-6827.
52-7340/7351	Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
			7341 w/o Jul 20, 1958
			7342 to Germany as EB-234, later EB-334.  7342 w/o 4/12/65
			7343 to Germany as EB-248, later EB-348.  To Baumholder in 1967
			7345 to Germany as EB-249, later EB-349.  To Norwegian AF as AZ-U
			7346 to Germany as EB-244, later EB-344.  Luftwaffe serial was EB+24.  Now at 
				Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow, Berlin, Germany, painted as EB+344.
			7347 to Germany as EB-116, later EB-316.  To Baumholder 1967.
			7350 to Germany as EB-106, was replacement aircraft  
52-7352/7354	Republic RF-84F-26-RE Thunderflash
			7352 to Norwegian AF.  Crashed Feb 2, 1965 at Larkollen
			7353 to Norwegian AF.   Crashed Feb 19, 1964 at Skoger
			7354 to Taiwan as 5617.	
52-7355/7377	Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
			7355 to Germany at EB-250.  7355 is gate guard at Fliegerhorst Schleswig, Germany
			7356 to Germany as EB-251, later EB-351.  Used as spare parts.  51-1887 also
				listed as EB-251.
			7358 to Germany as EB-121, later EB-321.
			7359 to Germany to Germany as EB-117, later EB-317.  At Munsingen 1967.
			7361 to Germany as EB-107.  W/o 6/7/63
			7363 to Italian AF
			7364 to Germany as EB-235.  W/o Aug 9, 1962.
			7365 to Germany as EB-245, later EB-345.
			7371 to Germany as EB-239
			7373 to Germany as EB-240, later EB-340.  At Erding as EB-321
			7374 was at Bradley Air Museum and was damaged during 1979 tornado.  Report that it was seen later at Wright Patterson AFB
			7375 to Germany as EB-236, later EB-336.  At Manching as EB-326
			7377 to Germany as EB-241, later EB-341.  At Bremgarten
52-7378/7385	Republic RF-84F-30-RE Thunderflash
			27378 of 38th TRS at Phalsbourg AB (France) crashed in early 1960s.
			7379 to Germany as EB-231, later EB-331.  Now at Flugwerft Schleissheim, Munich,
				Germany
			7381 to Germany as EB-246, later EB-346.   Also listed as going to Italian AF
			7385 (MSN 419) assigned to USAF 363rd TRW, 366th FBW, 363rd TRW, 432nd TRG.  To Alabama ANG.
				To Royal Danish AF Aug 5, 1962 as 27385, code C-385.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Crashed Jul 30, 1971 and
				ditched into the Kattegat N of Sealand, Denmark.
52-7386/7405	Republic RF-84F-31-RE Thunderflash
			7386 to Italian AF
			7387 to Italian AF
			7388 to Italian AF
			7389 to French AF
			7390 to Italian AF as MM52-7390.  Preserved at Museo Aeroportuale at Cameri Air Base Museum, Italy
			7391 to Italian AF
			7392 to Italian AF
			7393 to Italian AF
			7394 to Italian AF
			7395 to France as 33-CO.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with ER 4/33.  Later to Italian AF as MM52-7395.  Seen at
				Bentivoglio scrapyard at Rome, Italy.
			7396 to Italian AF
			7397 to Italian AF
			7398 to Italian AF
			7399 to Italian AF
			7400 to Italian AF
			7401 to Italian AF
			7402 to Italian AF
			7403 to Italian AF
			7404 to Italian AF
			7405 to Italian AF
52-7406/7432	Republic RF-84F-30-RE Thunderflash
			7407 to Italian AF
			7408 to Italian AF
			7409 noted Apr 2004 on display at ANG Gate, Birmingham IAP, Alabama painted as 51-11279
			7421 on static display with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  On loan from USAF Museum.
			7425 to Italian AF
52-7433/7472	Republic RF-84F-31-RE Thunderflash
			7434 to Netherlands as P-20.  To Turkey Oct 1963 as 27434
			7435 to Taiwan as 5602
			7436 to Belgium as FR-20 Apr 1956.  W/o on takeoff from Brustem Mar 25, 1958.  Aircraft did not get airborn and
				ran into a large crater at end of runway and caught fire.
			7437 to Italian AF
			7438 to Italian AF
			7439 to Belgium as FR-19 Nov 1956.  Stored at Koksijde Oct 10, 1971.  Returned to USAF Jul 31, 1973 and scrapped..
			7440 to Italian AF
			7441 to Taiwan as 5610
			7442 to French AF.  To Turkish AF May 1964
			7443 to Taiwan as 5604
			7444 to Netherlands as P-19.  To Turkey Mar 1963 as 27444.
			7445 to Italian AF
			7446 to Taiwan as 5611
			7449 to Taiwan as 5618
			7540 to Turkish AF
			7451 to Italian AF
			7452 to Italian AF
			7453 to Italian AF
			7454 to Italian AF
			7456 to Italian AF
			7457 to Italian AF
			7458 became Italian AF MM52-7458, In 1987 on display at Italian 
				AF Museum, Vigna di Valle
			7459 is is presumably Italian AF MM52-7459, noted Fall 2003 
				at Museo dell'Aviazione, Cerbaiola, Italy
			7460 to Italian AF
			7461 to Italian AF
			7462 to Italian AF
			7463 to Italian AF
			7464 to Italian AF
			7465 to Italian AF
			7466 to Italian AF
			7467 to Italian AF
			7468 to Greece.  On display at Souda Apr 1997.
			7469 to Italian AF
			7470 to Greece
			7471 to Italian AF
			7472 to Italian AF
52-7473		Republic RF-84F-35-RE Thunderflash
			MSN 487.  Assigned to USAF 363rd TRW, 432nd TRG.  To Iowa ANG 174th TRS.  To Royal Danish AF Jan 21, 1963
				as 27473, code C-473.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  WFU Sep 31, 1971
52-7474/7475	Republic RF-84F-36-RE Thunderflash
			Both to Italian AF
			7474 as MM52-7474 preserved at Rivolto AB in Sep 2005 with parts from MM52-7463.
52-7476/7478	American Helicopter (Fairchild) XH-26 Jet Jeep
52-7479/7600	Sikorsky H-19B Chickasaw
			Redesignated UH-19B and HH-19B in 1962.  Some converted to SH-19B.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
			Some sold to Turkey.
			7479 (MSN 55490) delivered to USAF Sep 8, 1953 
			7480 (MSN 55491) delivered to USAF Sep 9, 1953 
			7481 (MSN 55492) delivered to USAF Sep 9, 1953 
			7482 (MSN 55493) delivered to USAF Sep 10, 1953 
			7483 (MSN 55494) delivered to USAF Sep 10, 1953 
			7484 (MSN 55509) delivered to USAF Sep 14, 1953 
			7485 (MSN 55510) delivered to USAF Sep 16, 1953 
			7486 (MSN 55511) delivered to USAF Sep 17, 1953.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  To MAP
			7487 (MSN 55512) delivered to USAF Sep 17, 1953.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1965.  Returned to service Jan 21, 1966.
				To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7488 (MSN 55513) delivered to USAF Sep 17, 1953.  To MASDC Jun 20, 1966.  To Hellenic AF as 52-7488 under MAP
			7489 (MSN 55514) delivered to USAF Sep 18, 1953.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  To MAP
			7490 (MSN 55515) delivered to USAF Sep 18, 1953 
			7491 (MSN 55516) delivered to USAF Sep 23, 1953 
			7492 (MSN 55517) delivered to USAF Sep 23, 1953 
			7493 (MSN 55518) delivered to USAF Sep 23, 1953 
			7494 (MSN 55534) delivered to USAF Sep 24, 1953 
			7495 (MSN 55535) delivered to USAF Sep 24, 1953 
			7496 (MSN 55536) delivered to USAF Sep 30, 1953 
			7497 (MSN 55537) delivered to USAF Oct 10, 1953 
			7498 (MSN 55538) delivered to USAF Oct 2, 1953 
			7499 (MSN 55539) delivered to USAF Oct 7, 1953 
			7500 (MSN 55540) delivered to USAF Oct 21, 1953 
			7501 (MSN 55541) delivered to USAF Oct 23, 1953.  Registered N772 E Aug 21, 1968, cancelled May 28, 1976
			7502 (MSN 55542) delivered to USAF Oct 23, 1953 
			7503 (MSN 55543) delivered to USAF Oct 23, 1953 
			7504 (MSN 55562) delivered to USAF Nov 4, 1953.  Transferred to US Navy when control of MATS activities in I
				celand was handed over to USN Jul 1961.  Reserialled as 150193
			7505 (MSN 55563) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1953.  To civil registry as N7507 Oct 17, 1977 with Heliambulance Service
				Corp, Puerto Rico.  Cancelled May 18, 2013
			7506 (MSN 55564) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1953
			7507 (MSN 55565) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1953
			7508 (MSN 55566) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1953
			7509 (MSN 55567) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1953
			7510 (MSN 55568) delivered to USAF Nov 5, 1953
			7511 (MSN 55569) delivered to USAF Nov 16, 1953
			7512 (MSN 55588) delivered to USAF Dec 2, 1953
			7513 (MSN 55589) delivered to USAF Nov 26, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 8, 1965.  To Ecuador AF under MAP as 527513?
			7514 (MSN 55590) delivered to USAF Nov 26, 1953
			7515 (MSN 55591) redesignated HH-19B in 1962.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1956. To MAP
			7516 (MSN 55592) delivered to USAF Nov 4, 1953.  To Turkish AF as 52-7516 under MAP.  Crashed Jan 20, 1965 near Diyarbakir, 
				Turkey.  3 crew killed.
			7517 (MSN 55593) delivered to USAF Dec 4, 1953.  
			7518 (MSN 55594) delivered to USAF Dec 3, 1953.  Assigned to 1604th Air Base Squadron, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 15, 1957. 
				Transferred to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Jul 1, 1961. Transferred to Albrook AFB, Panama, Dec 1963
			7519 (MSN 55595) delivered to USAF Dec 3, 1953.  To MASDC May 10, 1965.  To Mesa
			7520 (MSN 55611) delivered to USAF Dec 19, 1953.  Probably delivered to French AF as 52-7529, transferred to 
				French Army Light Aviation as 7611.  DBR Jul 19, 1967
			7521 (MSN 55612) delivered to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  To Venezuelan AF in 1963
			7522 (MSN 55613) delivered to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  To Venezuelan AF in 1973 as 6AHR1
			7523 (MSN 55614) delivered to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1965.  To MAP
			7524 (MSN 55615) delivered to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  
			7525 (MSN 55616) delivered to USAF Dec 17, 1953.  Assigned 1604th Air Base Squadron, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 15, 1957. 
				Transferred to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Jul 1, 1961. Transferred to Albrook AFB, Panama, Dec 1963  
			7526 (MSN 55617) delivered to USAF Jan 1954.  Registered N5096V to Tralns Alaska Helicopters Jun 17, 1969,
				cancelled Nov 15, 1972.  Accident as N5096V at Hurleyville, New Zealand Mar 13, 1963.
			7527 (MSN 55618) delivered to USAF Jan 1954.  To MASDC May 4, 1965.  To MAP
			7528 (MSN 55619) delivered to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  
			7529 (MSN 55620) delivered to USAF Jan 15, 1954.  
			7530 (MSN 55621) delivered to USAF Jan 15, 1954.  
			7531 (MSN 55634) delivered to USAF Mar 17, 1954.  
			7532 (MSN 55635) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1965.  TO Ecuador AF under MAP in 1965 as 527532?
			7533 (MSN 55636) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  To MASDC Mar 1, 1965.  To Ecuador AF under MAP in 1965 as 527533?
			7534 (MSN 55637) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  
			7535 (MSN 55638) delivered to USAF Feb 27, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 20, 1966
			7536 (MSN 55639) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  to MASDC May 10, 1965.  To Ecuador AF under MAP Jun 1965 as 527536.
				Preserved at Quito-Mariscal Sucre, Ecuador
			7537 (MSN 55640) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  To MASDC as HB092 Jul 9, 1967.  Returned to service.
				Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.  The Pima Museum quotes registration N2256G, but this is registered
				to Classic Rotors Museum with serial 57-5962.
			7538 (MSN 55641) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy when control of MATS activities in Iceland was handed
				over to USN Jul 1961.  Reserialled as 150194
			7539 (MSN 55642) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  
			7540 (MSN 55643) delivered to USAF Mar 2, 1954.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1965.  To Ecuador AF under MAP as 527540?
			7541 (MSN 55644) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, moved to
				storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007. 
			7542 (MSN 55654) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  To MASDC Oct 8, 1967.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, moved to
				strage at Casa Grande, Arizona c 2007.
			7543 (MSN 55655) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  
			7544 (MSN 55656) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  
			7545 (MSN 55657) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  to MASDC May 6, 1965.  To MAP
			7546 (MSN 55658) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  
			7547 (MSN 55659) delivered to USAF Mar 3, 1954.  To MASDC May 6, 1965.  To Guatemalan AF under MAP c1963 as 130.
			7548 (MSN 55660) delivered to USAF Mar 4, 1954.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.  No longer there.
			7549 (MSN 55661) delivered to USAF Mar 3, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  To Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ.  Registered
				N67157 to Aircraft Specialties Apr 23, 1975.  Cancelled Jul 14, 1977.
			7550 (MSN 55662) delivered to USAF Mar 3, 1954.  To MASDC Aug 10, 1965.  To MAP
			7551 (MSN 55663) delivered to USAF Apr 2, 1954.  
			7552 (MSN 55664) delivered to USAF Apr 2, 1954.  
			7553 (MSN 55672) delivered to USAF Mar 22, 1954.  
			7554 (MSN 55673) delivered to USAF Mar 26, 1954.  
			7555 (MSN 55674) delivered to USAF Mar 29, 1954.  
			7556 (MSN 55675) delivered to USAF Mar 31, 1954.  
			7557 (MSN 55676) delivered to USAF Apr 2, 1954.  
			7558 (MSN 55677) delivered to USAF Apr 7, 1954.  
			7559 (MSN 55678) delivered to USAF May 15, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy as 140958 May 25, 1954.
			7560 (MSN 55679) delivered to USAF May 19, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy as 140958 May 25, 1954.
			7561 (MSN 55680) delivered to USAF May 7, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 25, 1967.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, 
				Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7562 (MSN 55681) delivered to USAF May 7, 1954.  
			7563 (MSN 55682) delivered to USAF Apr 19, 1954.  
			7564 (MSN 55693) delivered to USAF Apr 29, 1954.  
			7565 (MSN 55694) delivered to USAF May 16, 1954.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as 140960 May 25, 1954. 
			7566 (MSN 55695) delivered to USAF May 11, 1954.  
			7567 (MSN 55696) delivered to USAF May 5, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1965.  Returned to service.  Back to
				MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, moved to storage at Casa Grande, AZ.
			7568 (MSN 55697) delivered to USAF May 5, 1954.  
			7569 (MSN 55698) delivered to USAF May 19, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy as BuNo 140961 May 25, 1954.  
			7570 (MSN 55699) delivered to USAF Apr 29, 1954.  
			7571 (MSN 55700) delivered to USAF May 4, 1954.  
			7572 (MSN 55701) delivered to USAF May 6, 1954.  
			7573 (MSN 55702) delivered to USAF May 6, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1967.  SOC Sep 23, 1969. It was probably 
				donated to the State of Connecticut and given the registration N12SC circa 1971.  It went to Harvard H Ellis 
				Technical School located in Killingly, CT, as a ground instructional airframe and then to the Connecticut 
				Aerospace Hall of Fame and Museum Connecticut Air And Space Center in Stratford, CT, 
				in January 1999.   Registration N12SC cancelled.
			7574 (MSN 55711) delivered to USAF May 26, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 28, 1967.  
			7575 (MSN 55712) delivered to USAF May 26, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1967.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, 
				moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7576 (MSN 55713) delivered to USAF May 26, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 25, 1967.  To MAP
			7577 (MSN 55714) delivered to USAF May 26, 1954.  To Turkish AF as 52-7577 in 1958; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, 
				Istanbul.  Still there May 2003
			7578 (MSN 55715) delivered to USAF May 26, 1954.  To Venezuelan AF as 4BHR1 Oct 31, 1963.
			7579 (MSN 55716) delivered to USAF Jun 21, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  Registered N67036 to Aircraft Specialties Apr 23, 1975.
				Cancelled Jul 14, 1977.
			7580 (MSN 55717) delivered to USAF Jun 21, 1954.
			7581 (MSN 55718) delivered to USAF Jun 2, 1954.  to MASDC Apr 9, 1965.  To Mesa.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ,
				Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7582 (MSN 55719) delivered to USAF Jun 2, 1954.
			7583 (MSN 55720) delivered to USAF Jun 2, 1954.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1965.  To MAP
			7584 (MSN 55731) delivered to USAF Jun 16, 1954.  Transferred to US Marine Corps Jun 1954 as BuNo 141029.
			7585 (MSN 55732) delivered to USAF Jul 1, 1954.   Transferred to US Marine Corps Jul 9, 1954 as BuNo 141230 
			7586 (MSN 55733) delivered to USAF Jun 21, 1954.  To MASDC Dec 25, 1967.  To Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ, later to
				storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7587 (MSN 55734) delivered to USAF Jun 25, 1954.  noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH, painted as 51-3893.
			7588 (MSN 55735) delivered to USAF Jun 29, 1954.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ
			7589	(MSN 55421). 	Delivered to USAF, 8Jun53. MAP, delivered to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 52-7589. W/o 27Mar54. 
			7590	(MSN 55446). 	Delivered to USAF, 10Jun53. MAP, delivered to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 52-7590. Returned to USAF. 
			7591	(MSN 55470). 	Delivered to USAF, 29Jun53. MAP, delivered to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 52-7591. Scrapped Mesa, Falcon Field, AZ 
			7592	(MSN 55495). 	Delivered to USAF, 7Jul53. MAP, delivered to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 52-7592. W/o 9Feb54. 
			7593	(MSN 55519). 	Delivered to USAF, 29Jul53. 
			7594	(MSN 55544). 	Delivered to USAF, 23Oct53. MAP, delivered to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 52-7594. Operated by VNAF 1st Helicopter Squadron 1958-63 as 527594.
			7595	(MSN 55570). 	Delivered to USAF, 16Nov53. 
			7596	(MSN 55571). 	Delivered to USAF, 16Nov53. 
			7597	(MSN 55572). 	Delivered to USAF, 16Nov53. 
			7598	(MSN 55596). 	Delivered to USAF, 8Dec53. 
			7599	(MSN 55597). 	Delivered to USAF, 2Dec53. 
			7600	(MSN 55598). 	Delivered to USAF, 15Dec53. 
52-7601/7625	Sikorsky H-19D Chickasaw
			For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
			7601 (MSN 55496) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 14, 1953.  SOC
			7602 (MSN 55520) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 14, 1953.  Registered N55233 to Coast Community College District,
				Costa Mesa, California Oct 21, 1971.  Preserved at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, OR.
				Registratin of N55233 cancelled Apr 22, 2013.
			7603 (MSN 55521) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1953.  To French AF as 52-7603 Ju 13, 1955, to French Army 
				Feb 18, 1965 as 55603.  WFU Mar 8, 1971.  Currently on display at Ailes Anciennes Museum at Toulouse-Blagnac, France
			7604 (MSN 55522) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1953 
			7605 (MSN 55545) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1953
			7606 (MSN 55546) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1953.  Registered C-FALA to Athabaska Airways Feb 6, 1979.
				Crashed at La Roche, Saskachewan, Canada Aug 17, 1990.  Registration cancelled Mar 7, 1991.
			7607 (MSN 55547) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1953
			7608 (MSN 55573) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1953
			7609 (MSN 55574) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1953.  Modified to H-19D-3.  To French AF as 52-7609 Jul 16, 1955.  
				To French Army as 55609 Mar 29, 1965.  WFU Feb 18, 1972.
			7610 (MSN 55575) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 5, 1953.  to Mesa, later stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, moved
				to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7611 (MSN 55599) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 11, 1953.  Modified to H-19D-3.  To French AF as 52-7611 
				Jul 13 1955, to French Army as 55611 Mar 19, 1964 1965
			7612 (MSN 55600)  delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 16, 1953.  Registered N3498 to Carson Helicopters Dec 13, 1974.  Forced
				landing in water after mechanical failure at California, Maryland Jan 9, 1976.  Registration cancelled Nov 19, 1980   
			7613 (MSN 55601) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 16, 1953.  
			7614 (MSN 55622) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 18, 1953.  Modified to H-19D-3.  To French AF as 52-7614.  
				W/o Oct 10, 1960.
			7615 (MSN 55623) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 18, 1953.  Modified to H-19D-3.  Too French AF as 52-7615 Jul 13, 1955.  
				To French Army as 55615 Aug 5, 1965.  WFU Feb 18, 1972.  Preserved at Valence-Chabeuil, France, code AVV.
				Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and displayed at the Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
			7616 (MSN 55624) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 15, 1954.  to Mesa, later stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.  Moved
				to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
			7617 (MSN 55645) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 18, 1954.  Registered N6734 to Orlando Helicopter Airways Jun 18, 1971.
				Cancelled on export to Iceland Jan 10, 1975.  Registered TF-LKH.  Crashed at Hvalfiroi, Iceland Jan 17, 1975.  
			7618 (MSN 55646) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 18, 1954.   Registered N91AS to Westec Air, expired Sep 30, 2013.
				Airesearch TSE331 engine installed.  Last noted derelict at Bamako-Senou, Mali Apr 2008. 
			7619 (MSN 55647) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 11, 1954.  To Hellenic AF as 52-7619
			7620 (MSN 55648) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 12, 1954.  To civil registry as N75215 with Westec Air, cancelled
				Oct 24, 2013.  Airesearch TSE331 engine installed.  Last noted derelict at Bamako-Senou, Mali Apr 2008.
			7621 (MSN 55649) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 15, 1954.   
			7622 (MSN 55665) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 18, 1954.  
			7623 (MSN 55683) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 16, 1954.  To French AF as 52-7623 Jul 13, 1955.  
				To French Army as 55623 Feb 18, 1965.  WFU Feb 17, 1970.
			7624 (MSN 55684) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1954.  
			7625 (MSN 55685) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 7, 1954.  
52-7626/7685	Beech T-34A Mentor
			MSN G.7/G.66
			7627 (MSN G.8) to civilian registry as N10465.  Still current
			7629 (MSN G.10) to civilian registry as N77242, later to N150A
			7630 (MSN G.11) on civilian registry as N10438, then N44MT May 1986
			7631 (MSN G.12) on civilian registry as N2807D.  To N334RL Feb 2007
			7632 (MSN G.13) to civil registry as N7979A, N20M, then N141SW.  W/o Dec 7, 2004 while operated by
				Texas Air Aces, Inc when crashed after in-flight separation of left wing
				during maneuvers.  Instructor and passenger both killed. 
			7634 (MSN G.15) to civilian registry as N7832B.  To N27634 Jan 1996
			7635 (MSN G.16) to civilian registry as N7827B.  To N34EV Aug 1988
			7636 (MSN G.17) to civilian registry as N7716B.  To N34B Jul 1991
			7637 (MSN G.18) to civilian registry as N777SU Jan 1998
			7638 (MSN G.19) to civilian registry as N4152A Mar 1964. Owned by Travis AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled Mar 1974.
			7639 (MSN G.20) to civilian registry as N8240E.  TO N4178 Sep 1993
			7640 (MSN G.21) to Spanish AF as E.17-1.  Stored Apr 1990
			7642 (MSN G.23) to civilian registry as N633G.  Destroyed by hangar fire on winter of 1977/78.
			7643 (MSN G.24) to civilian registry as N7614B.  To N34TE
			7644 (MSN G.25) to civilian registry as N4037A.  TO N34XD
			7645 (MSN G.26) to civilian registry as N6080C
			7648 (MSN G.29) to civilian registry as N7388C, then operated by Civil Air Patrol 
				as N73888, painted in pre-WW2 color scheme.  Back to N7388C May 1980, owned by USAF.
			7649 (MSN G.30) to civilian registry as N5154V.  To N134BS
			7650 (MSN G.31) to civilian registry as N6819D.  To N500DR Apr 1995
			7651 (MSN G.32) to civilian registry as N63492. Still current
			7652 (MSN G.33) to Spanish AF as E.17-2.  Sold to Uruguay as 630(ntu)
			7654 (MSN G.35) to Spanish AF as E.17-3.  To Uruguay AF as 631(ntu)
			7655 (MSN G.36) to Spanish AF as E.17-4. To Uruguay AF as 632.  Sold to Bolivia as FAB905
			7656 (MSN G.37) to civilian registry as N10441.  In 2014 was on Australian civil registry as VH-XUS.
			7658 (MSN G.39) to civilian registry as N75893.  To N34MR Mar 1997
			7661 (MSN G.42) to Spanish AF as E.17-5.  To Uruguay AF as 633. Sold to Bolivia as FAB908.
			7662 (MSN G.43) to civilian registry as N2866D.  Registration cancelled prior to 1979.
			7664 (MSN G.45) to Civil Air Partol as N10545 Aug 1964. Struck highline at dusk near Albuquerque, NM May 9, 1965. 
				Pilot killed.
			7665 (MSN G.46) to Spanish AF as E.17-6.  To Uruguay AF as 634.  Sold to Bolivia as FAB909.
			7666 (MSN G.47) to Spanish AF as E.17-7.  To Uruguay AF as 635. Sold to Argentina as E-098.
			7668 (MSN G.49) to civilian registry as N10615.  Registration cancelled prior to 1976.
			7669 (MSN G.50) to Spanish AF as E.17-8
			7671 (MSN G.52) to Spanish AF as E.17-9.  To Uruguay AF as 636. Sold to Bolivia as FAB901.
			7674 (MSN G.55) to Spanish AF as E.17-19.  W/o Feb 28, 1978.  To US civil registry as N4904X
			7675 (MSN G.56) to Spanish AF as E.17-10.  To Uruguay AF as 637. Used for spares Oct 1995.
			7676 (MSN G.57) to civilian registry as N7714B.  To N26K
			7677 (MSN G.58) to civilian registry as N10466.  Registration cancelled.
			7678 (MSN G.59) to civilian registry as N6602C.  To N134A May 1978
			7679 (MSN G.60) to civilian registry as N5440V.  Pilot failed lower the gear and bellylanded at Davis, CA 
				Feb 8, 1964. Registration cancelled as sold Jun 1976.
			7680 (MSN G.61) to Spanish AF as E.17-11.   To Uruguay AF as 638. W/o Apr 6, 1992.
			7681 (MSN G.62) to civilian registry as N4041A.  To N834
			7682 (MSN G.63) to civilian registry as N61293.  Still current
			7683 (MSN G.64) to civil registry as N345A.
			7684 (MSN G.65) to civilian registry as N5070K.  Still current
			7685 (MSN G.66) to Spanish AF as E.17-12.  To Uruguay AF as 639(ntu)
52-7686/7789	Unknown allocation.
52-7790/7993	Bell H-13G Sioux 
			Redesignated OH-13G in 1962.
			7790/7940 MSN 1017/1167
				7802 to civil registry as N82AR
				7807 to storage as XF080 Feb 2, 1972.  On display at Ray S. Miller Army Airfield, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
				7809 to storage as XF185 Jul 6, 1972.  To N90477
				7824 to storage as XF085.  To civil registry as N90477.
				7830 sold to Italy
				7834 (MSN 1061) noted on display Nov 2008 and Aug 2009 at Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum, New Jersey on 
					loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				7848 to storage as XF018 Sep 9, 1971.  To N47013
				7856 to storage as XF057 Nov 1, 1971
				7862 to storage as XF024 Sep 17, 1971.
				7869 (MSN 1096) to civil registry as N99308
				7873 to storage as XF472 Mar 1, 1973.  Transferred to US Navy.  To MASDC as 1H016 Mar 6, 1974.   
					Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, California
				7876 to storage as XF025 Sep 17, 1971
				7885 to civil registry as N85AR
				7893 to Blackhawk Aviation College, Janesville, WI. Sold May 2014 to individual who plans to make it airworthy.
				7901 to storage as XF062 Dec 1, 1971
				7904 is N53PP, registration N47TK reserved Jun 28, 2005
				7911 to storage as XF062 Dec 1, 1971
				7937 to storage as XF079 Feb 1, 1972
			7941/7964 MSN 1181/1204
				7948 seen at entrance to Laurel Oaks Career Development Center, Wilmington, Ohio Aug 2002
				7957 (MSN 1197) instructional airframe with College of Alameda, Pakland MAP, California in Dec 1998.
			7965/7974 MSN 1213/1222
				7969 to storage as XF049 Nov 1, 1971
				7970 (MSN 1218) became N5513V, then VP-YWM, then XS-HBV, then
					VP-YWM again, then VP-WAZ, then VP-YWM for a third time,
					then G-BGIW.  G-BGIW cancelled Sep 13, 1985.
			7975/7984 MSN 1243/1252
				7984 to civil registry as N84AR.
			7985/7993 MSN 1263/1271
52-7994/7995	Convair YF-102 Delta Dagger
			7994 first flight 10/24/1953.  W/o Nov 2, 1953 in forced landing after 
				engine failure.  Pilot Richard L. Johnson injured.  Airframe was w/o.
			7995 first flight 1/11/1954
52-7996/8067	cancelled contract for Cessna L-19A Bird Dog
52-8068/8196	Cancelled contract
52-8197/8246	North American T-6G Texan
			MSN 197-1/50.  Remanufactured from earlier AT-6 aircraft
			8216 (MSN 197-20) to French AF then to Spanish AF as E.16-201.  Sold Jul 1984, became
				EC-DUN
			8223 converted to LT-6G.
			8231 (MSN 197-035) to French AF, then became HB-RCN
			8238 (MSN 197-42, former 42-85377) flying as N555Q with Yankee Flyers current registered to Bay Area Warbirds, 
				Monte Vista, CA.  On July 28, 2009, the aircraft sustained substantial damage during landing roll and 
				subsequent ground loop at the Ely Airport (ELY), Ely, Nevada. The pilot reported that during the landing 
				roll in the tail wheel equipped airplane, he lowered the tail and applied braking action to slow the airplane. 
				After applying the brakes, the airplane veered to the right and exited the runway into an area of soft 
				dirt. The left main landing gear subsequently collapsed and the left wing contacted the surface resulting 
				in substantial damage. A post accident examination of the airplane's brakes revealed no anomalies which 
				would have precluded normal operation.
52-8247/8252	Cancelled contract
52-8253/8286	CCF T-34A Mentor 
			Beech T-34A manufactured under license by Canadian Car and Foundry (CCF), MSN 34-1/3,29/59
			At least 12 sold to Italy
			8253 (MSN 34-1)
			8254 (MSN 34-2) to Spanish AF as E.17-13.
			8255 (MSN 34-3)
			8256 (MSN 34-29)
			8257 (MSN 34-30)
			8258 (MSN 34-31)
			8264 (MSN 34-37) to civil registry as N10554.  Damaged when landed short of runway Oct 15, 1977 at Headland, Alabama.
				N10554 expired Dec 31, 2013.
			8265 (MSN 34-38) to N422NM, current
			8269 (MSN 34-42) N34TA reserved but NTU.  Cancelled Sep 12, 2012
			8271 (MSN 34-44) to N4218A, C of R terminated.
			8272 (MSN 34-45) to civil registry as N7CN
			8273 (MSN 34-46) N6843C reserved but NTU.  Damaged Sep 22, 1968 during forced landing when propeller fell off at
				White Sands, NM.  Registratin cancelled May 9, 2011.
			8275 (MSN 34-48) to N88PM, current
			8276 (MSN 34-49) to N234TX
			8278 (MSN 34-51) to N34AF, current
			8281 (MSN 34-54) N7HR reserved but NTU.  Cancelled Oct 15, 2012
			8282 (MSN 34-55) to N232VT, current
			8284 (MSN 34-57) to N103PS, current
			8285 (MSN 34-58) to N6846C, current
52-8287/8486	Republic F-84G-31-RE Thunderjet
			8290 to Turkish AF
			8296 (MSN 3250-2121B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28296.  W/o Nov 26, 1956
			8297 (MSN 3250-2122B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1953 as 28297, code SY-H.  WFU Jul 21, 1958. Used as decoy.  Scrapped
			8298 (MSN 3250-2193B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1953 as 28298.  Code changed in 1960 to A-298.  WFU Sep 8, 1961.
				Used as a decoy.
			8299 (MSN 3250-2124B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 23, 1953 as 28299.  Code changed in 1960 to A-299.  WFU Mar 25, 1961.
				Usef for fire practice.
			8300 to Greek AF
			8301 to Turkish AF
			8302 (MSN 3250-2127B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 28302
			8305 (MSN 3250-2130B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1953 as 28305.  W.o Jan 25, 1958 at Karup AB
			8306 (MSN 3250-2131B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28306
			8307 to Turkish AF
			8309 to Turkish AF
			8310 to Turkish AF
			8312 (MSN 3250-2137B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28312.  W/o Nov 16, 1955
			8316 (MSN 3250-2141B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28326
			8317 to Turkish AF
			8320 to Turkish AF
			8322 (MSN 3250-2147B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28322
			8323 (MSN 3250-2148B) to Danish AF
			8324 to Greek AF
			8325 (MSN 3250-2150B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 22, 1953 as 28325, code SE-O.  WFU Jun 24, 1958.  Scrapped
			8326 (MSN 3250-2151B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28326.  To instructional airframe as Kjevik, Norway.  Scrapped c1955
			8328 (MSN 3250-2153B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 11, 1953 as 28328, code SY-L.  W/o Jul 8, 1957 near Bogo
			8329 to Turkish AF
			8332 (MSN xxxx-2157B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28332
			8333 to Greek AF
			8334 (MSN xxxx-2159B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28334
			8338 (MSN 3350-2163B) to Royal Danish AF Jun 20, 1953 as 28338, code KP-J. W/o Apr 18, 1955 at Vandel AFB
			8339 to Turkish AF
			8340 to Greek AF
			8341 to Greek AF
			8342 to Turkish AF
			8345 to Turkish AF
			8348 to Turkish AF
			8349 (MSN 3350-2174B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1953 as 28349.  Code changed in 1960 to A-349.  WFU Jul 5, 1961.
			8350 (MSN 3350-2175B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 22, 1953 as 28350, code SY-M.  W/o Nov 18, 1954 near Barso
			8352 (MSN 335002177B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28352.
			8353 to Greek AF
			8354 (MSN 3350-2179B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 22, 1953 as 28354, code SY-N.  W/o Jun 21, 1954 near Thrige
			8355 (MSN 3350-2180B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 28355
			8357 (MSN 3350-2182B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 28357
			8358 (MSN 3350-2183B) to Royal Norwegian AF as 28358
			8361 to Turkish AF
			8362 to Turkish AF
			8363 to Turkish AF
			8364 (MSN 3350-2189B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1953 as 28364.  Code changed in 1960 to A-364.  WFU Mar 20, 1961,
				Used as a decoy.
			8365 (MSN 3350-2190B) to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10534.  Preserved at Flying Heritage Collection, Seattle, WA.
			8366 (MSN 3350-2191B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28366.  W/o Sep 2, 1957
			8367 to Turkish AF
			8368 (MSN 3350-2193B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 11, 1953 as 28368.  Code changed in 1960 to A-368.  WFU Jul 5, 1961.
				Used as a decoy.
			8369 to Turkish AF
			8371 to Turkish AF
			8373 to Greek AF
			8374 to Turkish AF
			8375 (MSN 3350-2200B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28375
			8376 (MSN 3350-2201B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28376
			8380 to Turkish AF
			8382 to Turkish AF
			8384 (MSN 3350-2209B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28384.  W/o Mar 26, 1956
			8386 (MSN 3350-2211B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 4,1 953 as 28386, code SY-P.  WFU Jul 25, 1959.  Used as a decoy.  Scrapped
			8387 (MSN 3350-2212B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28387.  W/o Jul 8, 1955
			8388 (MSN 3350-2213B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28388.
			8389 to Turkish AF
			8391 (MSN 3350-2216B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28391
			8393 (MSN 3350-2218B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28393
			8394 (MSN 3350-2219B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28394
			8396 (MSN 3350-2221B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28396.  W/o Aug 27, 1957
			8398 (MSN 3350-2223B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28398.  W/o Nov 16, 1955
			8399 (MSN 3350-2224B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28399
			8402 (MSN 3350-2227B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28402
			8405 (MSN 3350-2230B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28405.  W/o Dec 14, 1956
			8406 (MSN 3350-2231B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28406.  W/o Mar 17, 1959
			8407 (MSN 3350-2232B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28407.  W/o Jun 8, 1955
			8410 (MSN 3350-2235B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28410.  W/o Dec 5, 1958
			8412 (MSN 3350-2237B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 24812.  W/o Nov 18, 1954
			8415 to Turkish AF
			8416 (MSN 3350-2241B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28416.
			8420 to Portugal as FAP 5221.
			8422 to Turkish AF
			8423 to Portugal as FAP 5214.  Crashed Feb 25, 1960
			8425 (MSN 3350-2250B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28425.  W/o Aug 5, 1957
			8429 to Turkish AF
			8431 to Turkish AF
			8433 (MSN 3350-2258B) to Royal Danish AF Jul 22, 1953 as 28433, code SY-Q.  Crashed May 27, 1956 at
				Haderslev, Denmark
			8435 (MSN 3350-2260B) to Yugoslavian AF Jul 1953 as JRV 10530.  On display in Belgrade Museum.
			8437 to Turkish AF
			8439 to Turkish AF
			8441 to Turkish AF
			8442 to Greek AF
			8446 to Portugal as FAP 5224
			8451 (MSN 3350-2276B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28451.  Crashed near Kasa Jan 21, 1960 after midair
				collision with 52-8454.
			8452 (MSN 3350-2277B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28452
			8453 (MSN 3350-2278B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28453.  W/o May 3, 1956
			8454 (MSN 3350-2279B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28454.  Crashed near Kasa Jan 21, 1960 after middair
				with 52-8451
			8455 (MSN 3350-2280B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28455.  W/o Feb 8, 1956
			8458 (MSN 335--2283B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28458
			8459 to Turkish AF
			8460 to Turkish AF
			8461 to Turkish AF
			8463 (MSN 3350-2288B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28463
			8464 to Portugal as FAP 5225.
			8465 (MSN 3350-2290B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28465.  Displayed at Norsk Lufthartmuseum, Bodo, Norway
			8467 (MSN 3350-2292B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28467
			8468 (MSN 3350-2293B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28468
			8469 to Turkish AF
			8470 (MSN 3350-2295B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28470
			8471 (MSN 3350-2296B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28471.  W/o Feb 27, 1958
			8472 to Turkish AF
			8473 (MSN 3350-2298B) to Norwegian AF
			8475 (MSN 3350-2300B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28475
			8476 to Turkish AF
			8477 to Turkish AF
			8478 (MSN 3350-2303B) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 28478
			8480 to Turkish AF
			8481 to Turkish AF
			8482 to Turkish AF
			8484 to Turkish AF
			8486 to Turkish AF
52-8487/8492	Piasecki H-21A Workhorse 
			All transferred to Canada.
52-8493/8612	Canadian Car and Foundry T-6H Harvard 4 
			All built by CCF of Canada for MDAP, MSN CCF4-414/533.  113 planes sold to West Germany.
			8493 (MSN CCF4-414) to USAF
			8494 (MSN CCF4-415) to USAF
			8495 (MSN CCF4-416) to West German AF as AA+606. W/o Sep 02, 1960
			8496 (MSN CCF4-417) to USAF
			8497 (MSN CCF4-418) to West German AF as AA+607. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1789. Wfu
			8498 (MSN CCF4-419) to West German AF as AA+608. Scrapped
			8499 (MSN CCF4-420) to West German AF as AA+609. W/o Jun 09, 1961
			8500 (MSN CCF4-421) to West German AF as AA+610. W/o Mar 16, 1962
			8501 (MSN CCF4-422) to West German AF as AA+636. Scrapped
			8502 (MSN CCF4-423) to West German AF as AA+637. W/o Feb 08, 1957
			8503 (MSN CCF4-424) to West German AF as AA+632. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1726. Wfu
			8504 (MSN CCF4-425) to West German AF as AA+638. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1727. Later to Mozambique AF as 1727
			8505 (MSN CCF4-426) to West German AF as AA+639. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1750. Wfu
			8506 (MSN CCF4-427) to West German AF as AA+640. Scrapped
			8507 (MSN CCF4-428) to West German AF as AA+641. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1728. Wfu
			8508 (MSN CCF4-429) to West German AF as AA+642. Scrapped
			8509 (MSN CCF4-430) to West German AF as AA+643. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1729. Wfu
			8510 (MSN CCF4-431) to West German AF as AA+644. Scrapped
			8511 (MSN CCF4-432) to West German AF as AA+645. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1782. Wfu
			8512 (MSN CCF4-433) to West German AF as AA+646. W/o Sep 09, 1961
			8513 (MSN CCF4-434) to USAF. (7351ABS, 7351PTG) crashed on Aug 22, 1955 at Schwabmulhausen, West Germany
			8514 (MSN CCF4-435) to West German AF as AA+647. Scrapped
			8515 (MSN CCF4-436) to West German AF as AA+648. Scrapped
			8516 (MSN CCF4-437) to West German AF as AA+649. W/o Jul 07, 1960
			8517 (MSN CCF4-438) to USAF
			8518 (MSN CCF4-439) to West German AF as AA+650. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1742. Wfu
			8519 (MSN CCF4-440) to West German AF as AA+611. Scrapped
			8520 (MSN CCF4-441) to West German AF as AA+651. Scrapped
			8521 (MSN CCF4-442) to West German AF as AA+652, then tranferred to Portuguese AF as 1730.
				Later to Mozambique AF as 1730.  Registered G-BSBE Mar 5, 1990 as a T-6J,
				which accounts for it being reregistered G-TVIJ Dec 10, 1993.
			8522 (MSN CCF4-443) to West German AF as AA+653. W/o Jul 25, 1962
			8523 (MSN CCF4-444) to West German AF as AA+654. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1758. Wfu
			8524 (MSN CCF4-445) to West German AF as AA+655. W/o Jul 09, 1959
			8525 (MSN CCF4-446) to West German AF as AA+656. W/o Oct 13, 1960
			8526 (MSN CCF4-447) to West German AF as AA+657. Scrapped
			8527 (MSN CCF4-448) to West German AF as AA+658.  Then transferred to Portuguese AF
				as 1731, then to Mozambique AF as 1732.  Then to ZS-WLR.  Either crashed
				or took up another identity, as this was the first use of ZS-WLR (see
				42-84454 for the second)
			8528 (MSN CCF4-449) to West German AF as BF+704, later BF+068. Transferred to Portugal AF as 1759. W/o Apr 26, 1968
			8529 (MSN CCF4-450) to West German AF as AA+659. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1743. Wfu
			8530 (MSN CCF4-451) to West German AF as AA+660), then to Portuguese AF as
				1751, then to Mozambique AF as 1751, then to ZS-WLS
			8531 (MSN CCF4-452) to West German AF as AA+661. Scrapped
			8532 (MSN CCF4-453) to West German AF as AA+662. Scrapped
			8533 (MSN CCF4-454) to West German AF as AA+663. Scrapped
			8534 (MSN CCF4-455) to West German AF as AA+664. Scrapped
			8535 (MSN CCF4-456) to West German AF as AA+612. Scrapped
			8536 (MSN CCF4-457) to West German AF as AA+665. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1760. Wfu
			8537 (MSN CCF4-458) to West German AF as AA+666. WFU in 1966 and became exhibit at Landsberg.
				Restoration in Manching, Germany
			8538 (MSN CCF4-459) to USAF
			8539 (MSN CCF4-460) to West German AF as AA+667.  Scrapped
			8540 (MSN CCF4-461) to West German AF as AA+668. Scrapped
			8541 (MSN CCF4-462) to West German AF as AA+051, later BF+051. Scrapped
			8542 (MSN CCF4-463) to West German AF as AA+669. W/o Mar 28, 1961
			8543 (MSN CCF4-464) to West German AF as AA+063, later BF+063, then transferred to
				Portuguese AF as 1766.  To UK civil registry Jul 13, 1992 as G-BUKY.  Cancelled Oct 23, 2001 on  
				export to USA. Then to N455V Jan 6, 2002, and based at Leeward Air Ranch, FL.  N455V cancelled
				Mar 16, 2007 on export to UK.  Restored as G-BUKY May 30, 2007, current.
			8544 (MSN CCF4-465) to West German AF as AA+815 (reported as AS-615 by Paul Jackson in German Military Aviation
				1956-1976), later as D-FABU.  By Apr 29, 1996 was in Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow
				as AA+615
			8545 (MSN CCF4-466) to West German AF as AA+688. Scrapped
			8546 (MSN CCF4-467) to West German AF as AA+616. Scrapped
			8547 (MSN CCF4-468) to West German AF as AA+076, later BF+076. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1767. Wfu
			8548 (MSN CCF4-469) to West German AF as AA+052, later BF+052. Scrapped
			8549 (MSN CCF4-470) to West German AF as AA+602. Scrapped
			8550 (MSN CCF4-471) to West German AF as AA+073. W/o Apr 08, 1963
			8551 (MSN CCF4-472) to West German AF as AA+671. W/o Aug 09, 1962
			8552 (MSN CCF4-473) to West German AF as AA+693. Scrapped
			8553 (MSN CCF4-474) to West German AF as AA+673. Scrapped
			8554 (MSN CCF4-475) to West German AF as AA+619. W/o Aug 03, 1959
			8555 (MSN CCF4-476) to West German AF as AA+618. Scrapped
			8556 (MSN CCF4-477) to West German AF as AA+081, later BF+071. Scrapped
			8557 (MSN CCF4-478) to West German AF as AA+674. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1732. Wfu
			8558 (MSN CCF4-479) to West German AF as AA+694. W/o Aug 09, 1962
			8559 (MSN CCF4-480) to West German AF as AA+056, later BF+056. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1752. W/o Aug 18, 1968
			8560 (MSN CCF4-481) to West German AF as AA+676. Scrapped
			8561 (MSN CCF4-482) to West German AF as AA+677. W/o Apr 25, 1958
			8562 (MSN CCF4-483) to West German AF as AA+053, later BF+053, then to tranferred to Portuguese AF as 1753.
				Then to Mozambique AF as 1753.  Became G-BSBG Mar 5, 1990.
			8563 (MSN CCF4-484) to West German AF as AA+678, later D-FACA. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1733. Wfu 
			8564 (MSN CCF4-485) to West German AF as AA+062, later BF+062. Scrapped
			8565 (MSN CCF4-486) to West German AF as AA+079, later BF+079.  Tranferred to Portuguese AF as 1774, I/a
				at Beja..  Crashed near Sintra May 18, 2003 while serving with the
				Museu do Ar as 1675, killing both crew.
			8566 (MSN CCF4-487) to West German AF as AA+620. Scrapped
			8567 (MSN CCF4-488) to West German AF as AA+679. Scrapped
			8568 (MSN CCF4-489) to West German AF as AA+680. Scrapped
			8569 (MSN CCF4-490) to West German AF as AA+067, later BF+067. Scrapped
			8570 (MSN CCF4-491) to West German AF as AA+622. Eventually to Luftwaffe Museum
				at Uetersen, Germany.  By 1990 was at Norwegian Aviation Museum, Gardermoen,
				Norway painted in Norwegian AF colors as 8570/BS-M.  Museum subsequently
				moved to Bodo and aircraft noted still there spring 2004.
			8571 (MSN CCF4-492) to West German AF as AA+057, later BF+057. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1761. Wfu
			8572 (MSN CCF4-493) to West German AF as AA+681. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1734. Stored at Lons, Portugal
			8573 (MSN CCF4-494) to West German AF as AA+695. Scrapped
			8574 (MSN CCF4-495) to West German AF as AA+623. W/o Sep 30, 1958
			8575 (MSN CCF4-496) to West German AF as AA+683. Scrapped
			8576 (MSN CCF4-497) to West German AF as AA+696. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1783. Preserved as FAR-116 at Havana, Cuba
			8577 (MSN CCF4-498) to West German AF as AA+065, later BF+065. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1762. Later to 
				Mozambique AF as 3101
			8578 (MSN CCF4-499) to West German AF as AA+624, then became D-FABE. Preserved at Grossenhain, Germany
			8579 (MSN CCF4-500) to West German AF as AA+631. W/o Aug 13, 1958
			8580 (MSN CCF4-501) to West German AF as AA+625. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1790. Wfu
			8581 (MSN CCF4-502) to West German AF as AA+072. Scrapped
			8582 (MSN CCF4-503) to West German AF as AA+071. Scrapped
			8583 (MSN CCF4-504) to West German AF as AA+070. Scrapped
			8584 (MSN CCF4-505) to West German AF as AA+601. Scrapped
			8585 (MSN CCF4-506) to West German AF as AA+621. Scrapped
			8586 (MSN CCF4-507) to West German AF as AA+697. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1763. Wfu
			8587 (MSN CCF4-508) to West German AF as AA+626. Scrapped
			8588 (MSN CCF4-509) to West German AF as AA+633. Dumped at Düsseldorf, Germany.  Seen in open storage 
			8589 (MSN CCF4-510) to West German AF as AA+060, later BF+060. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1735. Wfu
			8590 (MSN CCF4-511) to West German AF as AA+058, later BF+058, then transferred to Portuguese AF as 1736.
				Then to Mozambique AF as 1736.  Became G-BSBF Mar 5, 1990
			8591 (MSN CCF4-512) to West German AF as AA+075, later BF+075. Scrapped
			8592 (MSN CCF4-513) to West German AF as AA+068, later BF+072. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1768. Wfu
			8593 (MSN CCF4-514) to West German AF as BA+075, later AA+603, later BA+603, Later D-FABO
			8594 (MSN CCF4-515) to West German AF as AA+627. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1744. Wfu
			8595 (MSN CCF4-516) to West German AF as AA+604. Scrapped
			8596 (MSN CCF4-517) to West German AF as AA+078, later BF+078. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1769. Preserved at 
				Sintra Museum, Portugal
			8597 (MSN CCF4-518) to West German AF as AA+686. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1770. Wfu
			8598 (MSN CCF4-519) to West German AF as AA+698. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1784. Wfu
			8599 (MSN CCF4-520) to West German AF as AA+059, later BF+059. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1754. Later to 
				Mozambique AF as 1754	
			8600 (MSN CCF4-521) to West German AF as AA+077, later BF+077.  Transferred to Portuguese AF in 1964 as 1737 
				and in 2013 was on display at Museu do Ar, Sintra AB, Portugal.
			8601 (MSN CCF4-522) to West German AF as AA+670. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1771. W/o May 23, 1968
			8602 (MSN CCF4-523) to West German AF as AA+613. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1738. Wfu
			8603 (MSN CCF4-524) to West German AF as AA+629. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1739. W/o Oct 22, 1967
			8604 (MSN CCF4-525) to West German AF as AA+630. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1772. Wfu
			8605 (MSN CCF4-526) to West German AF as AA+617. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1775. W/o Mar 15, 1967
			8606 (MSN CCF4-527) to West German AF as AA+672. W/o Apr 01, 1958
			8607 (MSN CCF4-528) to West German AF as AA+074, later BF+074. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1764. Wfu
			8608 (MSN CCF4-529) to West German AF as AA+064, later BF+064.  Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1740.
				Later to Mozambique AF as 1740.  To civil registry as ZU-ARJ Mar 24, 1995
			8609 (MSN CCF4-530) to USAF. Crashed on Jan 07, 1955 1mi NE of Rockport, CO. Pilot killed 
			8610 (MSN CCF4-531) to West German AF as AA+080, later BF+070. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1765. Preserved at 
				Chaves, Portugal
			8611 (MSN CCF4-532) to West German AF as BA+605, later AA+605, later BA+605. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1776. Wfu
			8612 (MSN CCF4-533) to West German AF as AA+675. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1745. W/o Apr 25, 1966
52-8613/8664	Piasecki H-21C Shawnee 
			MSN C.34/C.85.  For U. S. Army.  Redesignated CH-21C in 1962.
			8623 (C.44) to civil registry as N8540 with Aero Union Corp.  Preserved in compound at Air Force Flight Test 
				Center, Edwards AFB, California
			8634 (C.55) to civil registry as N9221.
			8642 (C.63) lost Nov 3, 1962, Vietnam.  One KIA
52-8665/8679	Piasecki H-21B Workhorse
			MSN B.28/B.42.  For USAF.  Some converted to SH-21B.
			Redesignated CH-21B and HH-21B in 1962.
			8673 (MSN B.36) to Zaire AF
			8676 (MSN B.39) on display at Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, Nebraska
			8677 (MSN B.40) t Zaire AF as FG-677
			8679 (MSN B.42)
52-8680		Piasecki H-21C Shawnee 
			For U. S. Army
			Redesignated CH-21C in 1962.
52-8681/8709	Piasecki H-21B Workhorse
			MSN B.43/B.71.  Some converted to SH-21B.  Redesignated CH-21B and HH-21B in 1962.
			8681 (MSN B.43)
			8683 (MSN B.45) to civil registry as N57968.  Later to Venezuela.  At EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI.
				Reportedly sold Jun 2006 to owner in Venezuela again
			8685 (MSN B.47) on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA
			8688 (MSN B.50) on display at Travis AFB Museum, California.   Carries civil registry of N6795.
			8691 (MSN B.53) to MASDC as HC001 May 15, 1979.  Now at National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM
			8693 (MSN B.55) to MASDC.  Tail section at back of a hangar at Avra Valley, Marana Airport, Tucson, AZ.
			8695 (MSN B.57) in Elmendorf AFB Collection
			8696 (MSN B.58) to civil registry as N100RC.  Preserved at Fort Richardson/Bryant AHP.  Also reported on display at
				Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
			8697 (MSN B.59) to Zaire AF as FG-897
			8698 (MSN B.60) to MASDC
			8706 (MSN B.68) to MASDC as HC002 May 15, 1979.  To display at Kirtland AFB Museum, New Mexico in 1979
52-8710/8715	Boeing RB-52B-15-BO Stratofortress
			MSN 16838/16843
			8710 retired to MASDC 9/30/65.
			8711 was first B-52 to be delivered to Strategic Air Command, 
				Jun 29, 1955, to 93rd BW at Castle AFB, CA.  On display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.
			8712 retired to MASDC 2/1/66.
			8713 retired to MASDC 2/3/66.
			8714 to GB-52B ground instruction airframe at Chanute TTC.
			8715 retired to MASDC 1/28/1966.
52-8716		Boeing RB-52B-20-BO Stratofortress
			MSN 16844
			(93rd BW) crashed on takeoff 4 mi N of Castle AFB Nov 30, 1956.  6 crew plus 4
				instructors killed.
52-8717/8766	Republic RF-84F-36-RE Thunderflash
			8717 to Greek AF
			8718 to French AF
			8719 to French AF
			8720 to French AF
			8721 to Norwegian AF.  Crashed Oct 26, 1956 near Skrukkelia
			8722 to French AF.  To Turkish AF Jun 1964.  Derelict at Eskisehir
			8723 to French AF as 33-NS.  To Norwegian AF in 1963
			8724 to Norwegian AF
			8725 to Greek AF
			8726 to Greek AF
			8728 (MSN 501) to Greek AF as 28728.  Preserved at Larissa AB, Greece.
			8729 to Norwegian AF.  Crashed Sep 26, 1967 in West Germany
			8730 to Greek AF.  To Athens dump Mar 1998
			8731 to Norwegian AF
			8732 to Greek AF
			8733 to French AF.  To Turkish AF May 1964.  Derelict at Eskisehir.
			8734 to French AF.  Later to Norwegian AF
			8735 to Taiwan as 5612
			8736 to Greek AF.  WFU at Larissa Nov 1997.  Noted stored at Larissa Sep 2005
			8737 to Taiwan as 5614
			8738 to Greek AF
			8739 to Greek AF
			8740 to Greek AF.  To Athens dump Mar 1998.
			8741 to Taiwan as 5613
			8742 to Greek AF
			8743 to Greek AF
			8744 to Greek AF
			8746 to Taiwan as 5608
			8747 to Norwegian AF
			8748 to Greek AF
			8749 to Taiwan as 5615
			8750 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			8751 to Taiwan as 5609
			8752 to Taiwan as 5616
			8753 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			8755 to Taiwan as 5619
			8756 to Taiwan as 5620
			8757 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			8758 to Turkish AF Sep 1956.  Derelict at Eskisehir
			8759 to Turkish AF Sep 1956.  Derelict at Eskisehir
			8760 to Turkish AF Oct 1957
			8761 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			8762 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			8763 to Turkish AF Sep 1956
			8764 to Turkish AF Sep 1956.  Derelict at Eskisehir
			8765 to Turkish AF Sep 1956.  Derelict at Eskisehir
			8766 to Turkish AF Apr 1957.
52-8767/8834	General Motors F-84F-41-GK Thunderstreak
			8772 to French AF
			8774 to French AF
			8775 to French AF
			8776 to French AF
			8777 to French AF
			8778 to French AF
			8779 to French AF
			8780 to French AF
			8781 to Turkish AF
			8782 to French AF
			8782 to French AF
			8784 to French AF
			8786 to Turkish AF
			8787 to Turkish AF
			8788 to French AF
			8790 to French AF
			8792 to French AF
			8795 to Turkish AF
			8799 to French AF
			8800 to French AF
			8801 to French AF
			8802 to French AF
			8803 to French AF
			8804 to French AF
			8806 to French AF
			8808 to French AF
			8809 to French AF
			8810 to French AF
			8812 to French AF
			8812 to French AF
			8813 to French AF
			8816 to French AF
			8818 to Turkish AF
			8820 to French AF
			8821 to French AF
			8822 to French AF
			8823 to French AF
			8824 to French AF
			8825 to French AF
			8828 to Turkish AF
			8830 to French AF
			8831 to Turkish AF
			8834 to French AF
52-8835/8982	General Motors F-84F-46-GK Thunderstreak
			8835 to French AF
			8837 on display as gate guard, 192nd FW, Richmond Apt, VA.
			8839 to Turkish AF
			8840 to French AF
			8842 to France as 3-VW.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 3/3 Ardennes.
			8843 to Turkish AF
			8844 to French AF
			8845 to French AF
			8848 to Turkish AF
			8849 to Turkish AF
			8850 to French AF
			8851 to Turkish AF
			8856 to Turkish AF
			8860 to French AF
			8861 to Turkish AF
			8867 to French AF
			8870 to French AF.  Ended life as a fire practice airframe at Berlin-Tempelhof
			8871 to Turkish AF
			8873 to French AF
			8874 to French AF
			8875 To French AF.  noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988
			8878 to French AF
			8879 to French AF.  Preserved at BA128 Metz/Frescaty, France in French AF
				markings with code 9-AU
			8881 to Turkish AF
			8883 to French AF
			8885 to French AF.  Served in 1956 Suez War.
			8886 to French AF. On display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
			8889 on display at Lackland AFB, Texas
			8894 to French AF
			8895 to French AF
			8897 to French AF
			8899 to France as 3-I?.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 2/3 Champagne.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
			8903 to France as 1-NA.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/1 Corse.
			8904 to French AF
			8914 to France as 1-NK.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/1 Corse.
			8916 to French AF
			8918 to French AF
			8930 to French AF
			8931 to French AF
			8932 to French AF
			8933 to French AF
			8934 to French AF
			9835 to French AF
			8936 to French AF
			8939 to French AF
			8940 seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM.
			8941 to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul
			8942 to French AF
			8943 to France as 1-NM.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/1 Corse.
			8945 to French AF
			8946 to France as 3-HN.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/3 Navarre.  Reported May 1994 stil extant at Toul AB, France.
			8947 to France as 3-IV.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 2/3 Champagne.
			8948 to French AF
			8951 to French AF
			8953 to France as 3-VH.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 3/3 Ardennes.
			8954 to French AF
			8955 to France.  Served in 1956 Suez War.
			8957 to French AF
			8960 to French AF
			8962 to French AF
			8970 to French AF
			8971 to French AF
			8973 preserved with Arizona ANG at Tucson IAP, Arizona
			8975 to French AF
			8976 to French AF
			8977 to French AF
			8979 to French AF
			8981 to French AF
52-8983/9128	General Motors F-84F-51-GK Thunderstreak
			8993 to French AF
			8995 to French AF
			8997 to French AF as 28997.  Call sign F-SDET.  Accident Feb 1, 1966 at Stg Dizier, France
			8998 to French AF as 28998.  Call sign F-UHBU.  Accident Aug 29, 1961
			8999 to French AF
			9002 seen at scrapyard at Socorro, NM
			9003 assigned to 6606th ABW, Goose Bay, Labrador.  To French AF in May 1957 as 29003.  In 2014 was at Musee du Chateau de 
				Savigny, Savigny-les-Beaune, France
			9005 to French AF
			9007 seen at scrapyard at Socorro, NM
			9011 to French AF
			9014 to French AF
			9016 to French AF
			9018 to French AF
			9021 to French AF
			9022 to French AF
			9023 to French AF
			9025 to French AF
			9026 to French AF
			9028 to French AF
			9030 to France as 3-HK.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/3 Navarre.
			9040 to France.  Served in 1956 Suez War.
			9060 is gate guard at Laughlin AFB, Texas.
			9061 to French AF.  Preserved in Canopee Museum, base Aerienne 279 Chateaudon, as French AF 29117.
			9075 to France as 3-VS.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 3/3 Ardennes.
			9089 was on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.  
				Now on display at Kansas Aviation Museum, Wichita, Kansas.
			9093 to French AF
			9094 to French AF.  Seen in 2006 preserved at St. Dizier-Robinson AB,
				France wearing EC 3/1 "Argonne" markings.
			9100 to Italian AF
			9102 to France as 1-NL.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/1 Corse.
			9110 to France as 1-PX.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 3/1 Argonne.
			9111 to France as 1-N?.  Served in 1956 Suez
				War with 1/1 Corse.
			9125 to French AF
52-9129/9975	Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 
			9129/9192 MSN 580-7183/7246
				9131 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9132 to MASDC as TC717 Aug 1, 1966
				9134 to MASDC as TC710 Jul 19, 1966
				9135 to MASDC as TC1224 Feb 1, 1985
				9136 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				9141 tail is at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL. attached to 52-9526
				9144 (MSN 580-7198) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4329. Wfu 
				9148 (MSN 580-7202) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4337. Wfu
				9154 (MSN 580-7208) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4344.  WFU
				9158 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
				9163 (MSN 580-7217) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4342. Preserved at Barbacena, MG, Brazil
				9164 (MSN 580-7218) to Peruvian AF as FAP-490.  Became N61493, registration cancelled by FAA Jan 19, 2009
					as "destroyed".  
				9166 to MASDC as TC002 Jul 9, 1964
				9171 on display at Hill AFB, Utah 
				9191 on display at Moody AFB, Georgia
			9193/9295 MSN 580-7259/7361.
				9198 to MASDC as TC973 Aug 18, 1970
				9205 on display at city of Franklin, Nebraska
				9207 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
				9212 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
				9214 (MSN 580-7280) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4333. Wfu
				9221 (MSN 580-7287) on display in 1973 at Santa Maria, California
				9222 to MASDC as TC657 Nov 12, 1965
				9223 on display with Texas ANG, Houston, Texas.
				9224 (MSN 580-7290) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4331. Wfu
				9225 seen on pole in 2009 outside Claude M. Lewis Recreation Center, Warner Robins AFB, GA
				9232 disappeared May 9, 1957.  Pilot was rescued after 50 days in Kings Canyon National Park.  Hiking Boy
					Scouts found a canopy bearing the serial number of this aircraft Jul 14, 1977.
				9233 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  9233 on a pole at Schlemeyer Field, Odessa, Texas
				9238 to MASDC as TC705 Jul 22, 1966
				9239 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  On display at Terminal Building at Torrance MAP, California Feb 2007
				9240 to AT-33A.  to MASDC as TC0951 Feb 24, 1970. 
				9243 to MASDC as TC233 Apr 19, 1964
				9255 (MSN 580-7321) Model L-245 modified by Lockheed as T-33B, the unofficial
					designation for what emerged as the T2V-1 SeaStar.  First flight Dec 16, 1953.  Registered N125D
				9256 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9257 to Philippines.  Displayed in park at Clark Field as 52257, seen Mar 2012.
				9258 on display at city of Moline, Kansas
				9261 to MASDC as TC947 Feb 10 1970
				9264 on display with Nebraska ANG, Lincoln, Nebraska
				9266 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9268 to MASDC as TC0960 Apr 23, 1970
				9273 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 20 mi S of Lihue, Kauai,
					Hawaii Jan 30, 1959.  Both crew ejected safely and were recovered.
				9275 to MASDC as TC976 Sep 2, 1970
				9279 to MASDC as TC941 Jan 22, 1970
				9287 to MASDC as TC1250 Feb 1, 1985.  9287 (MSN 580-7353) ex instructional airframe located at AMARC Aug 2004
				9280 (MSN 580-7346) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4336. Preserved at Canoas, RS, Brazil
				9282 on display with Iowa ANG, Sioux City, Iowa
				9283 (MSN 580-7359) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4325. Preserved at Fortaleza, CE, Brazil
				9293 (MSN 58-7359) with Brazilain AF as TF-33A 4325 and preserved at Fortaleza
			9296/9381 MSN 580-7381/7466
				9305 to Thai AF as F11-18/12.  SOC May 30, 1973.
				9308 to MASDC as TC241 Sep 4, 1963
				9311 on display at airport in Columbia, Mississippi, pianted as 0-3930.
				9313 to MASDC as TC955 Mar 12, 1970
				9314 (MSN 580-7399) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4320. Wfu
				9316 to MASDC as TC1251 Feb 1, 1985.
				9318 (MSN 580-7403) to Brazilian AF as 4318. Wfu
				9321 (MSN 580-7406) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4330. Crashed on Nov 04, 1970 in sea 15km off praia Lagoa 
					Redonda near Fortaleze, CE, Brazil. There was only one pilot in flight. Pilot Milton dos Santos ejected 
					and swam two hours to Beach
				9326 on static display at VFW Post 2395, Covington, Indiana
				9331 (MSN 580-7418) reported crtashed in New Hampshire in 1975 and noted Apr 2000 with Florida Aircraft Painting, Inc,
					Bartow, awaiting restoration.
				9335 to MASDC as TC734 Oct 9, 1966
				9338 to NASA as 942, then N942NA
				9349 on display as gate guard at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana  
				9354 to MASDC as TC1252 Feb 1, 1985  
				9356 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9358 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
				9359 to MASDC as TC1254 Feb 1, 1985
				9364 (MSN 580-7449) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4321. Wfu
				9365 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9366 to MASDC as TC253 Sep 11, 1962
				9368 (MSN 580-7453) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4335. Wfu
				9370 to MASDC as TC971 Aug 11, 1970
				9372 (MSN 580-7457) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4334. Instructional Airframe at ESPAER, Brazil
				9374 converted to NT-33A.
				9375 bailed to General Dynamics of Phoenix, AZ as JT-33A and fitted
					with Mace missile nose.  Transferred Nov 1959 to 38th ABG at Sembach, (West) Germany.  SOC Nov 7, 1960
					for spares recovery.
				9377 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9379 to MASDC as TC1257 Feb 1, 1985
				9380 to MASDC as TC1258 Feb 1, 1985.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA 
			9382/9461 MSN 580-7492/7571
				9384 (MSN 580-7494) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4326. Wfu
				9386 to MASDC as TC948 Feb 17, 1970
				9387 (MSN 580-7497) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4328 and preserved at Pirassununga, Brazil
				9390 to MASDC as TC1259 Feb 1, 1985
				9391 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 742. W/o Oct 3, 1966,
				9395 to MASDC as TC1260 Feb 1, 1985
				9397 to MASDC as TC663 Dec 27, 1965.
				9402 in Jun 1992 on display at National Guard base at Stout Field, Indianapolis, Indiana.  At 
					American Legion Post 211 at Paris, Illinois Nov 2007
				9404 (c;n 580-7514) with Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4322 and preserved at Recife, PE, Brazil
				9408 to Turkish AF under MAP
				9416 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9417 to MASDC as TC1262 Feb 1, 1985.
				9418 (MSN 580-7528) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4323. Preserved at Bebedouro, Brazil
				9421 (MSN 580-7531) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4332. Wfu
				9423 to MASDC as TC1263 Feb 1, 1985
				9425 to MASDC as TC869 Sep 22, 1969
				9431 to MASDC Mar 8, 1982.
				9432 to MASDC as TC1264 Feb 1, 1985
				9434 (MSN 580-7544) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4338. Wfu
				9435 (MSN 580-7545) to MASDC as TC1265 Feb 1, 1985.  ex instructional airframe located at AMARC Aug 2004
				9436 on display at Veterans Avenue Ball Park, Monroeville, AL
				9441 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.
				9442 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9444 (MSN 580-7554) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4324. Wfu
				9446 (MSN 580-7556) on display at National Museum of Transportation, St Louis, Missouri.
				9448 (MSN 580-7558) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4327. Preserved at Fortaleza, CE, Brazil
				9454 (MSN 580-7564) served with Philippine AF as 29454
				9456 to MASDC Aug 10, 1973.
				9459 to MASDC as TC970 Jul 31, 1970
			9462/9546 MSN 580-7597/7681
				9464 to MASDC as TC227 Mar 28, 1963
				9469 to MASDC Feb 2, 1985
				9477 to MASDC as TC865 Jul 16, 1969
				9479 to MASDC as TC1269 Feb 1, 1985
				9495 to MASDC as TC1270 Feb 1, 1985.
				9496 crashed 7 mi SW of Benson, AZ Jun 26, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				9497 delivered to USAF Dec 2, 1953
					In Dec 1953 to 3645th Pilot Training Wing (ATC), Laughlin AFB, TX (TDY to Goodfellow AFB, TX)
					To 3575th Pilot Training Wing (ATC), Vance AFB, OK Apr 1957 (TDY to Offutt AFB, NE)
					To 3320th Maintenance Support Group (ATC), Amarillo AFB, TX Jun 1964
					Converted to GT-33A (ground instructional airframe) Feb 1965
					Dropped from inventory as surplus Jan 1966. Currently on display at Air Mobility Command 
					Museum, Dover AFB, DE
				9499 to MASDC as TC864 Jul 10, 1969
				9502 (MSN 580-7637) to Ecuadorian AF as FAE-502 and noted preserved at Base Aerea Eloy Alfaro, Manta in Oct 2014.
				9503 to MASDC as TC1271 Feb 1, 1985
				9506 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
				9507 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
				9508 to MASDC as TC1190 Feb 4, 1980
				9510 to MASDC as TC1272 Feb 1, 1985
				9511 to Thai AF as F11-13/05.  SOC Sep 20, 1965 and broken up for spares
				9513 to MASDC as TC945 Jan 26, 1970
				9517 to MASDC as TC992 Apr 30, 1971
				9518 to MASDC as TC1273 Feb 1, 1985
				9521 (MSN 580-7656) To Uruguay as FAU-206.  W/o Aug 29, 1972.
				9526 at Russell Military Museum in Russell, IL.  It has the tail from 52-9141.
				9527 to MASDC May 24, 1973
				9529 (MSN 580-7664) to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  On display at Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina in May 2009. 
				9530 to MASDC as TC1275 Feb 1, 1985.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
				9537 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
				9538 to MASDC as TC958 Mar 27, 1970
				9538 assigned to 196th FS, CA ANG in mid 1950s.  to MASDC as TC958 Mar 27, 1970.  Seen in 1976 at
					Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, FL in 1976.  Used as target
					practice on the range for many years.  The wreck was still out
					there in Sep 2003.
				9539 (81st TFW) soc at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Jun 6, 1964.
					Ended life on fire dump at RAF Woodbridge, England during 1960s
				9540 to MASDC as TC1277 Feb 1, 1985.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
				9541 to MASDC as TC871 Oct 2, 1969
			9547/9616 MSN 580-7707/7776
				9550 to MASDC as TC665 Dec 27, 1965
				9553 to MASDC as TC293 May 19, 1964
				9555 to MASDC as TC294 Aug 23, 1962
				9561 to Greek AF
				9563 on display at Grissom Air Park, Indiana.
				9564 (MSN 580-7724) Noted last year at Valley County Pioneer Museum, Glasgow, Montana
				9566 to MASDC as TC1278 Feb 1, 1985
				9568 on display at city of Othello, Washington
				9571 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
				9572 to MASDC as TC1279 Feb 1, 1985
				9574 on display at Mercer Air Field, Calhoun, Georgia.
				9581 (3525th MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (51-17430 and
					52-9793) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ.  Pilot killed
				9582 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
				9583 to MASDC Sep 13, 1973
				9584 to MASDC Nov 6, 1973.
				9586 to civil registry as N49892
				9587 (MSN 580-7747) to MASDC as TC1280 Feb 1, 1985.
				9590 (MSN 580-7750) on display at George Robert Hall airpark, Bobby Chain Airport, Hattiesburg, 
					Mississippi in Sep 2007.
				9592 to MASDC as TC1281 Feb 1, 1985.
				9593 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				9594 (MSN 580-7754) preserved at Burley Airport, Idaho in 1979 and still there in Apr 2000
				9595 (MSN 580-7755) service with Philippine AF as 29595.
				9597 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Jun 6, 1964.
				9604 on display at city of Cambridge, Ohio
				9608 on display at city of Greenville, Mississippi
				9614 on display at city of Sheldon, Iowa
			9617/9691 MSN 580-7802/7876.
				9619 (7425th SG) SOC at Hahn AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Feb 19, 1958.
				9620 (MSN 580-7805) reported preserved at Salem Airfield, Oregon in 1979
				9621 to MASDC as TC1282 Feb 1, 1985.
				9622 to civil registry as N86905
				9624 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury Apr 16 1965 under MAP.
				9632 (MSN 580-7817).  The aircraft was never assigned to a training command, but spent its career with Air 
					Defense Command (ADC) units. All ADC units had T-33As assigned for pilot proficiency flying, and 
					instrument training. After 13 years in the Air Force, this T-33 was dropped from inventory and later 
					spent some years in a city park in Viborg, South Dakota.
					Noted Oct 2003 on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS, still there Oct 2006.  CAM acquired 52-9632 in 1981. 
					Museum volunteers recovered the aircraft from Viborg, South Dakota, dismantling and transporting it 
					back to Topeka. The jet had been heavily vandalized, including holes beaten through the fuselage. 
					Steel reinforcement bars sat over the cockpit where the canopy should have been, and the cockpit 
					area was gutted of instruments and other items.
					Once in Topeka, re-assembly and restoration of the T-33 began. This included a journey by a 
					group of volunteers to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, (Tucson) Arizona to gather many needed parts 
					and instruments to bring the T-33 back to display condition. During the restoration, a number of 
					parts labeled 1947 were found on the jet, and a credit card, perhaps lost by one of 632’s former 
					pilots was found in the cockpit. The trainer carries the markings of the 13th Fighter Interceptor 
					Squadron, ADC, its last Air Force unit.
					Assignments
					January 1954	14th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS), Air Defense Command (ADC), Sioux City, 
						Iowa Municipal Airport. Deployments thereafter to Yuma County Airport, Arizona and Minneapolis/St. Paul 
						Municipal Airport, Minnesota
					July 1957 	53rd Consolidated Maintenance Squadron, ADC, Sioux City, Iowa
					July 1959	13th FIS, ADC, Glasgow Air Force Base (AFB), (north of Glasgow), Montana
					February 1964 	328th Fighter Wing, ADC, Richards-Gebaur AFB, (Belton) Missouri.
					January 1966	13th FIS, ADC, Glasgow AFB, Montana
					February 1967	Dropped from Air Force inventory by transfer to school or museum
					????– July 1981 	City park in Viborg, South Dakota
					July 31, 1981	Combat Air Museum
				9640 at ANG Fresno-Yosemite IAP, CA.
				9648 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
				9650 located outdoors at Worcester County American Legion Post 93 in Pocomoke City on Maryland's
					Eastern Shore at intersection of Route 13 and Route 113.
				9651 (MSN 580-7836) on display at Farview Park, Centralia, Illinois.
				9653 to MASDC Nov 6, 1972
				9663 on display at city of Pinckneyville, Illinois
				9667 (MSN 580-7852) to Uruguay as FAU-210
				9670 crashed in La Paz Canyon, CA Sept 18, 1964.
				9671 (MSN 580-7856) to KLu as M-58 in 1964.  SOC May 26, 1972.
				9672 (MSN 580-7857)  spotted in 2008 mounted on pylons at 120th Fighter Wing of Montana ANG at Great Falls, Montana
				9681 (36th TFW) SOC at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Apr 23, 1965 under MAP
				9685 (36th TFW) SOC at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Apr 23, 1965 under MAP.
				9684 to MASDC as TC969 Jul 14, 1970
			9692/9751 MSN 580-7917/7976
 				9692 (MSN 580-7917) to MASDC as TC1349 Dec 12, 1987. Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  At Air Museum, 
					Palm Springs RAP, CA Jan 2007 Noted with San Diego Air and Space Museum Restoration
					Facility in Jan 2012.
				9694 (7101st ABW) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Mar 31, 1964
				9695 (10th RW) crashed by Oct 19, 1956.
				9696 on pedestals next to lake west of downtown Arcadia, Florida, with damaged canopy.
				9697 on display at city of Burlington, Iowa
				9717 (14th FIS) aircraft went nose-high on takeoff to 50 feet, stalled,
					and crashed Sep 15, 1956.  One crew killed.
				9719 to MASDC as TC1283 Feb 1, 1985
				9720 to MASDC as TC1284 Feb 1, 1985
				9725 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
				9728 to MASDC as TC957 Mar 27, 1970
				9732 (163rd TFS/IN ANG) severely damaged when landed short of runway at Chambley AB,
					France Mar 19, 1962.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft used for spares reclamation and SOC Jun 20, 1962  
				9734 (MSN 580-7959). Noted at Hampton Air Power Park, Hampton, VA Aug 23, 2003.  The plane painted
					as 29734 on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT is actually 58-0592.  Seen May 2007
					at Barnes MAP, Massachusetts, painted as 29681.
				9740 to MASDC as TC942 Jan 22, 1970
				9744 to MASDC as TC946 Jan 30, 1970
				9748 to MASDC as TC956 Feb 4, 1980.  To 3T251.  To TC1191 Feb 4, 1980.
			9752/9826 MSN 580-8012/8086
				9757 to MASDC as TC1192 Feb 4, 1980.
				9760 to MASDC as TC1285 Feb 1, 1985.
				9765 (85th FIS) caught fire while taking off from Scott AFB, went down
					in cornfield Sep 10, 1956.  Two crew killed. 
				9766 noted on display at roadside at VFW Post 2573 between Wilmington and Carolina Beach, NC.
				9769 was on display at Estrella Warbird Museum.  Noted on display Mar 2014 at Memorial Museum of Veterans of
					Arizona, Maricopa, Arizona.
				9770 on display with VFW Post 9392, Lowell, Wisconsin
				9771 to MASDC as Feb 1, 1985
				9772 (MSN 580-8032) to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  Noted summer 2005 preserved at Kenai ANGB, Alaska
				9773 to MASDC as TC1288 Feb 1, 1985.
				9776 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  Was on display at VFW post, Warner Robins, Georgia.  In 2014 was at entrance to
					municipal airport at Sidney, Ohio
				9777 to MASDC as TC1290 Feb 1, 1985.
				9778 (MSN 580-8038) to Brazilian AF in 1967 as TF-33A 4343. WFU
				9780 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
				9781 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				9782 to MASDC as TC2726 Aug 12, 1966
				9785 on display at American Legion Post 34, Cadiz, Ohio
				9786 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
				9787 (MSN 580-8047) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4340. (1/14 GAv) crashed on Jan 17, 1968 on landing at BA Canoas, 
					RS, Brazil. Pilot Ernesto Marini Sobrinho and Pilot Enildo Queiroga de Lucena killed
				9792 to Thai AF as F11-14/10.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken up for spares.
				9793 (3525th MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (51-17430 and
					52-9581) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ. Instructor pilot
					successfully ejected, but student pilot was killed.
				9797 on display at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, Illinois
				9798 (MSN 580-8058) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4339. Wfu
				9803 to MASDC as TC1333 May 15, 1987.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
				9804 to MASDC as TC315 Sep 12, 1962.
				9805 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece.
				9806 (MSN 580-8066) on display with Philippine Air Force as 29806 at Ninoy Aquino IAP, Manila in Jan 2010
				9818 to MASDC as TC967 Jul 31, 1970
				9815 (730th CSW) crashed by Nov 22, 1963.
				9825 to MASDC as TC949 Feb 20, 1970
				9826 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury for spares recovery Feb 13, 1965
			9827/9875 MSN 580-8133/8181
				9827 (20th TFW) SOC at RAF Wethersfield for spares recovery Sep 18, 1964
				9828 (357th FIS) crashed by Aug 24, 1956.
				9829 (7227th CSG) SOC at Aviano AB, Italy Apr 23, 1965 under MAP.
				9830 (10th TRW) SOC at Toul AB, France for spares recovery Feb 13, 1965
				9831 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Aug 7, 1964
				9833 (32nd FIS) SOC at Camp New Amsterdam, Holland for spares recovery Nov 29, 1966
				9834 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Apr 22, 1965 under MAP.
				9835 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Nov 1, 1965.
				9836 to Thai AF as F11-15/10.  Put on display at Kahampaeng Saen
				9838 (MSN 580-8144). To French AF as 29838. To Singapore AF; ferry registration was F-BJDY
				9839 to MASDC as TC1364 Mar 9, 1988.
				9842 on display at city of Hector, Minnesota
				9843 became N58417.  Noted Oct 1996 as instructional airframe at Benjamin Davis High School, Detroit, MI.
				9845 to MASDC as TC944 Jan 23, 1970
				9846 (MSN 580-8152) was on display at Edwards AFB, CA.  Later at Thomas P. Stafford a/p Weatherford, OK.
					Noted mounted on pole outside TPS building at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003
				9848 to MASDC as TC1319 Sep 19, 1986.
				9851 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
				9857 (49th TFW) to RAF Mildenhall for disposal May 1964.  To Turkish AF under MAP
				9858 to MASDC as TC861 Jan 10, 1969.
				9859 (MSN 58-8165) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4341.  WFU
				9862 (86th FIW) involved in incident at Wheelus AB, Libya May 26, 1959.
					Subsequently went to contract maintenance facility at Milan-Malpensa,
					Italy and SOC there Jun 1, 1963
				9863 (47th BW) crashed at West Barsham, England following engine flameout
					Oct 9, 1954.
				9864 (36th FDW) crashed by Sep 27, 1958.
				9865 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Aug 28, 1964
				9866 (MSN 580-8172) noted stored with Turkish AF at Eskisehir AB in Apr 1995.
				9867 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France Mar 21, 1966, then
					transferred to French AF
				9868 (48th TFW) crashed on landing at Chaumont AB, France Jan 22, 1959.
				9869 (86th FIW) crashed by Nov 29, 1954.
				9870 (86th FIW) crashed by Jan 20, 1958.
				9871 (MSN 580-8177) to Spanish AF as E.15-50 under MAP Nov 5, 1964.  Preserved at Zaragoza AB, Spain as E.15-50
			9876/9880 MSN 580-7702/7706
				9876 (MSN 580-7702) to KLu as TR-24 in 1954.  SOC Dec 20, 1971
				9877 (MSN 580-7703) to KLu as TR-18 in 1954.  W/o Jul 3, 1957.
				9878 to German AF as AB-720, BD-720, JD-396, 94+15.  Scrapped 1972
				9879 to German AF as AB-735, BA-735, BD-735, BB-818.  W/o Feb 2, 1965
			9881/9905 MSN 580-7777/7801
				9881 (MSN 580-7777) to KLu as TR-26 in 1954.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.with Hellenic AF as 29881 and 
					preserved at Serres Aero Club Jan 2000.
				9886 to German AF as AB-736.  W/o Jan 4, 1961
				9888 to German AF as AB-729, BD-729, JD-397, 94+16.  Scrapped in 1972.
				9892 (MSN 580-7788) to Belgium as FT24 Apr 1954.  SOC Jan 8, 1980.  Noted preserved as gate guard at
					Brustem 1989.  Transferred to Beauvechain and preserved at the base museum.
				9897 to German AF as AB-737.  W/o Aug 19, 1958
				9898 (MSN 580-7794) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 29898.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 52-9898.  Preserved at 
					Grottaglie AB, Italy
				9899 (MSN 580-7795) to KLu as TR-19 in 1954.  W/o May 26, 1964
				9900 (MSN 580-7796) to KLu as TR-20 in 1954.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
				9901 (MSN 580-7797) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 29901.  MAP to French AF as 29901.  To Republic of Singapore
					AF in 1982 as 373
				9903 to German AF as AB-721, BD-721, BB-784.  To Turkey in 1968.
				9905 to German AF as AB-722.  W/o Jul 2, 1957.
			9906/9925 MSN 580-7877/7896
				9909 to German AF as AB-738, BD-738, JD-398, 94+17.  W/o Nov 28, 1967
				9910 to German AF as AB-727.  W/o May 8, 1962.
				9913 (MSN 7884) to Netherlands as TR-29 in 1954.  To Greek AF as 29913.  Preserved at Larissa AB, Greece.
				9914 to German AF as AB-723, BD-723, 94+18.  Scrapped in 1972.
				9917 to German AF as AB-724, BD-724, 94+19.  To firedump at Munich Riem Apt.
				9919 at Air Park, Eskisehir, Turkey.
				9922 (MSN 580-7893) to KLu as TR-27 in 1954.  SOC May 26, 1972.
				9924 (MSN 580-7895) to KLu as TR-30 in 1954.  W/o May 25, 1957
				9925 to German AF as AB-731, BD-731, YA-701, 94+20.  To Greece as 29925
			9926/9940 MSN 580-7977/7991
				9926 to German AF as AB-739, BD-739.  W/o Mar 3, 1967
				9927 to German AF as AB-732.  W/o Jun 2, 1959.
				9928 (7330th FTW) crashed Oct 11, 1954
				9929 to German AF as AB-740, DA-372, JC-381, JD-399, 94+21.  W/o in 1969
				9930 to German AF as AB-728, BD-728, 94+22.  At Furstenfeldbruck as AB-773.
				9931 to German AF as AB-790, DC-382, EC-383, MDp383, DC-395, 94+23.  Scrapped in 1972.
				9932 to German AF as AB-741, BD-741, 94+24.  WFU Mar 24, 1971
				9933 to German AF as AB-742, BA-742, DC-396, 94+25.  Scrapped in 1972.
				9934 (MSN 580-7985) to Spanish AF as E.15-7 May 5, 1954 and last noted as instructional airframe at Las 
					Bardenas Range, Navarra.
				9935 to German AF as AB-743, BA-743, DC-397, 94+26.  Scrapped
				9936 to German AF as AB-744, BB-744.  Scrapped in 1972.
				9937 to German AF as AB-745, DC-383, DC-399, 94+27.  Scrapped
				9938 to German AF as AB-730, BD-730, 94+28.  Sold in 1972
				9939 (3131st Maint Gp) SOC at Chatearoux AB, France Dec 12, 1956 for spares recovery
				9940 (MSN 580-7991) to Spanish AF as E.15-8 May 5, 1954 and last noted as instructional airframe at 
					Las Bardenas Range, Navarra
			9941/9950 MSN 580-8087/8096
				9941 (MSN 580-8087) to Spanish AF as E.15-9 May 5, 1954 and w/o Jul 28, 1954.  Noted stored at Leon Air Base in
					Sep 2013.
				9943 (MSN 580-8089) to Spanish AF as E.15-10 Jun 25, 1954
				9944 (MSN 580-8090) to Colombian AF as AT-33A FAC2008.  Preserved in the Museo Militar Colombia at Bogota.
				9945 (MSN 580-8091) as FAE945 on display at Museo Aeronautico de la Feurza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.
				9946 (MSN 580-8092) to Spanish AF as E.15-11 Jun 25, 1954
				9947 (MSN 580-8093) to Spanish AF as E.15-12 Jun 25, 1954
			9951/9975 MSN 580-8182/8206.
				9951 to German AF as AB-746.  W/o Nov 21, 1957
				9952 to German AF as AB-747, BA-747, DC-389, 94+29.  Scrapped in 1972
				9954 to German AF as AB-748, BD-748, JD-395, 94+14.  Scrapeed in 1972.
				9955 (MSN 580-8186) to German AF as AB-749, BD-749, 94+30.  To Greece as 29955.  Retired from Hellenic AF 
					Jan 19, 2009 and noted preserved at Timbaki-Kalama Jul 2005.
				9956 to German AF as AB-750, BD-750, BB-836.  W/o Jan 21, 1965.
				9958 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10024.  Local converted to recon aircraft
					as IT-33A.  On display in Belgrage Museum.
				9960 to German AF as AB-751, DC-384, JD-383.  To Turkey?
				9961 to German AF as AB-752, BD-752, 94+31.  Scrapped in 1972.
				9962 to German AF as AB-753, BD-753, 94+32.  To Grece as 29962.
				9963 was on display at Wales Aircraft Museum, Cardiff Airport until 
					museum closed 1996; Scrapped at Cardiff in 1998.
				9965 to German AF as AB-754, BD-754, BB-835, 94+32.  To Turkey in 1969.
				9966 to German AF as AB-757, BD-757, 94+33.  At Buchel AFB
				9967 (MSN 580-8198) to German AF as AB-733, BD-733, 94+34.  Preserved at Buchel AB, Germany
				9968 to German AF as AB-755, BD-755, BB-832.  To Turkey in 1969
				9969 to German AF as AB-756.  W/o Aug 16, 1962.
				9971 to Chinese Nationalist AF as T-33024.  Must have defected, as noted 1987 in Military
					Museum of Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.
				9972 to Taiwan as T-33025.
				9974 (MSN 580-8205) to Royal Danish AF Jul 20, 1954 as 29974, code TR-974, later DT-974.  Converted to ECM.
					WFU apr 4, 1977.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro.
52-9976/9980	Convair T-29D
			MSN 53.27/53.31.  All converted to VT-29D.
			9976 (MSN 52.36) to MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Aug 8, 1979, broken up.
			9977 (MSN 52.37) to MASDC.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C7
			9978 (MSN 52.38) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Mar 20, 1979, brioken up
			9979 (MSN 52.39) to MASDC Jun 1976.  to civil register as N2291K, CP-979, N8041T.
				WFU and stored at Opa Locka Oct 1980.
			9980 (MSN 52.40) to MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
52-9981/9982	Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar
			9981 (MSN 11142) to MASDC as CJ345 Dec 19, 1969
			9982 (MSN 11143) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 173).  To South Vietnam AF 1972/73
52-9983/10176	North American F-86D-50-NA Sabre
			MSN 190-708/901
			9985 transferred to Korea
			9987 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8204)
			9989 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8205)
			9994 to South Korea
			9998 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8195)
			10000 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8209).  On display outside Gifu Base Museu, Gifu JASDF base, Japan.
			10001 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8190)
			10003 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8196)
			10005 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8216)
			10014 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8191)
			10015 gate guard at Villamor AB, Philipppines, marked as 524140.
			10020 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8211)
			10021 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8221)
			10023 to Yugoslav AF as 14102. Noted 1989 in Yugoslavian National Aviation Museum, Belgrade
			10031 (MSN 190-756) shot down over Korea.  Wreckage on display at Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum,
				Pyongyand, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.  Don't know how it got there, since the F-86D was not 
				used in the Korean War
			10046 on display at Sadsburyville, Pennsylvania
			10052 (F-86L) on display at village of Monroe, New York May 2007
			10057 (F-86L) on display at Moody AFB, Valdosta, Georgia
			10067 to Hellenic AF; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens
			10068 reportedly went to Yugoslav AF, but reported seen Jan 13, 2006
				at Camp Mead, Middlesex, VT.
			10079 (MSN 190-804) on display in city Part, Napa, Idaho in 1979.  Tail section in a back yard visible from highway 101 in
				Santa Clara County, CA
			10093 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8192)
			10110 on display at Air Victory Museum, New Jersey but is in reality 53-0635 painted with 512th FIS serial number and colors.
			10103 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8222)
			10115 on a pylon in downtown Chandler, AZ, but this is actually 51-6261.
			10119 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8194)
			10126 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8219)
			10133 (F-86L) on display at Tyndall AFB, Florida, marked as 45244.  By Mar 9, 2005 it was painted
				with its true identity.
			10142 on display at McAlester, Oklahoma.
			10145 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8220)
			10147 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8206)
			10153 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8214)
			10170 on display at Montclair, California
52-10177/10236	Canadair F-86E-6-CAN Sabre 
			MDAP for RAF as Sabre Mk 4 (XD706/736 and XD753/781)
			10180 (MSN 610) RCAF 19710 to RAF as XD709.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11084
			10191 (MSN 621) RCAF 19721 to RAF as XD720.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11085
			10195 (MSN 625) RCAF 19725 to RAF as XD724.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11086.
				To Honduras AF as FAH 3004 in 1976.
			10208 (MSN 655) RCAF 19755 to RAF as XD753.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11091
			10211 (MSN 658) RCAF 19758 to RAF as XD756.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11092
			10212 (MSN 659) RCAF 19759 to RAF as XD756.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11093.
				Wreck at Subotic/Serbia in 2003.
			10215 (MSN 662) RCAF 19762 to RAF as XD760.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11094.
				To Honduras AF as FAH 3005 in 1976.
			10216 (MSN 663) RCAF 19763 to RAF as XD761.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11095
			10220 (MSN 667) RCAF 19767 to RAF as XD765.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11096
			10229 (MSN 695) RCAF 19795 to RAF as XD774.  To Yugoslavian AF as JRV 11???
52-10237/10509	Cancelled contract
52-10510/10538	Republic F-84F-56-RE Thunderstreak
			10510 to Netherlands AF as P-152
			10511 to Italian AF
			10512 to Italian AF
			10513 to Italian AF
			10514 to Italian AF
			10515 to Netherlands AF as P-185.  W/o Sep 1956
			10516 to Italian AF
			10517 to Italian AF
			10518 to Italian AF
			10519 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-63.  Used as decoy at Bierset.  To Helchteren Ranges
			10521 MAP to Belgian AF Apr 1956 as FU-55.  SOC Dec 1971.  Broken up at Koksijde
			10523 to Italian AF
			10524 to Italian AF
			10525 to Italian AF
			10526 to Belgium as FU-56.  W/o Mar 28, 1958.
			10527 to Italian AF
			10528 to Netherlands AF as P-160
			10530 to Netherlands AF as P-153.  To Turkish AF
			10531 to Belgium as FU-64.  W/o Jan 30, 1964.
			10532 MAP to Belgian AF Mar 1956 as FU-57.  W/o in belly landing at Karup AB, Denmark Apr 23, 1958.
			10533 to Italian AF
			10534 to Netherlands AF as P-161.  To Turkish AF
			10535 to Netherlands AF as P-154.  In midair collision with F-84F P-260 Apr 25, 1959.  Pilot bailed out safely.
			10536 to Netherlands AF as P-155
			10537 MAP to Belgian AF Oct 1956 as FU-58.  W/o at Florennes Feb 13, 1968.
			10538 to Netherlands AF as P-162.  W/o Nov 13, 1964
52-10539/10970	Beech C-45H Expeditor 
			MSN AF-469/AF-900.  Remanufactured AT-7/AT-11 aircraft.
			10539 (AF.469, rebuilt AT-11 41-27661) To N9154R, N45GC.  At National Warplane Museum, NY (renamed Wings of Eagles
				Discovery Centre in 2006)
			10540 (MSN AF-470) remanufactured from AT-11 41-27514.  To civil registry as N6561D 
			10541 (MSN AF-471) remanufactured from AT-11 42-37227.  To civil registry as N6556D
			10542 (MSN AF-472) remanufactured from AT-11 42-37265.  To civil registry as N9348Z, N6617R.  No civil conversion, derelict
				at Tucson, AZ 1972-1977.
			10543 (MSN AF-473) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37533.  To civil registry as N9919Z (current with Majestic Airlines, 
				Salt Lake City, UT. since 26-Sep-1985)
			10544 (MSN AF-474) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27639.  To civil registry as N9914Z
			10545 (MSN AF-475) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9585.  To civil registry as N9362Z, N6637R
			10546 (MSN AF-476) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36960.  To civil registry as N9911Z.  Crashed and destroyed
				by fire during forced landing off-airport, Tulsa, OK Jul 2, 1975.  2 killed.
			10547 (MSN AF-477) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27507;  To civil registry as N9870Z, CF-NHW
			10548 (MSN AF-478) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37693.  To civil registry as N8078E, N141, N9013, 5N-AFE and 
				N57948.  W/o Aug 31, 1974.  Was at South African AF Museum, Swartkop, South Africa.  Fuselage dumped in grass 
				at airfield entrance 2001-2002.
			10549 (MSN AF-479) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36945.  To civil registry as N9865Z, CF-PCK
			10550 (MSN AF-480) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27553.  tro Civil registry as N8071E, N134, N2122.  Crashed
				ad destroyed during emergency landing at Waco, Tx Dec 20, 1973
			10551 (MSN AF-481) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-37356.  To civil registry as N9599Z.  converted to Conrad 10200
				trigear.  then to Zaire AF as 9T-BHA, civilianized as 9Q-CHA, thn 9Q-CQE, then 9T-BHA
			10552 (MSN AF-482) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-037536.  To civil registry as N3332G, to South Africa as ZS-CLL
			10553 (MSN AF-483) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37187.  To civil registry as N3199G
			10555 9MSN AF-485) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27504.  to civil registry as N9392Z, N6654R.  Converted to 
				PacAero Tradewind.  Crashed into San Francisco Bay on approach to landing in fog Nov 2, 1970.  4 unhurt
			10557 (MSN AF-487) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27334.  To civil registry as N9900Z, converted to 
				Volpar Super Turbo 18 as N399V.  Struck off registry Jun 13, 2006
			10558 (MSN AF-488) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37182.  to civil registry as N9385Z, N6629R, N494DM.
				Converted to Dumod Infinite trigear
			10559 (MSN AF-498) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36903.  To civil registry as N9395Z, N9984Z, N493DM.  Converted
				to Dumod Infinite I trigear.  To N558WN, HP-599.  Struck off registry in 1974
			10560 (MSN AF-490) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37438.  To N9933Z, and then to Air America Apr 1965.  Crashed 
				near Tan Son Nhut Airport after takeoff Jul 5, 1965.  3 killed. 
			10561 (MSN AF-491) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27505.  To civil registry as N9934Z, XA-NUY
			10562 (MSN AF-492) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-11 41-27401.  To civil registry as N9985Z
			10563 (MSN AF-493) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9492.   To civil registry as N9905Z, N550ZZ, N558Z.
				To Panama as HP-290, then to Honduras as HR-290
			10564 (MSN AF-494) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87119.  To civil registry as N9917Z. Reported derelict c1978.
			10565 (MSN AF-495) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35771.  To civil registry as N9132Z, then to Chile AF as 465.  
				In Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile, Los Cerrilos.
			10566 (MSN AF-496) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87205.  To civil registry as N9397Z, N6612R
			10567 (MSN AF-497) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 42-43486.  To civil registry as N9133Z
			10568 (MSN AF-498) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86936.  To civil registry as N6613R.  Converted to
				Dumod Infinite I trigear and reregistered as N477DM.
			10569 (MSN AF-499) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87187.  To civil registry as N3495G
			10570 (MSN AF-500) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87282.  To civil registry as N9134Z
			10572 (MSN AF-502) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47218.  Acquired by Air America May 12, 1965 from Wilco, 
				Inc as N9073Z.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan Oct 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap at Tainan, 
				Taiwan Jun 1974.
			10573 (MSN AF-503) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87220.  To civil registry as N9872Z, CF-NUC
			10574 (MSN AF-504) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47474.  To civil registry as N9056Z.  Struck off registry
				May 24, 1994.
			10575 (MSN AF-505) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47236.  To civil registry as N9002Z, N9004Z 
			10576 (MSN AF-506) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87034.  Purchased by Air America from CAP, Wyoming Wing 
				and registered as N6622C Oct 25, 1963.  Put into inactive storage at Saigon Feb 1, 1970. Originally
				sold for scrap Oct 5, 1974, but unable to get government approval for sale, and
				aircraft was abandoned at Saigon by US evacuation Apr 29, 1975.
			10577 (MSN AF-507) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47089.  To civil registry as N3667G
			10578 (MSN AF-508) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47596.  To civil registry as N9973Z, N137E, N169L, N848Q
			10579 (MSN AF-509) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87219.  Acquired by Air America Aug 4, 1965 from Ideal Investments
				as N9003Z. Registered with Air America as N6154U. Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech
				by Jul 28, 1966.  Escaped from Saigon to Tainan, ferried to Roswell, NM by
				Aug 5, 1974 and sold to Omni Aircraft Sales Feb 2, 1976.  Sold to
				CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GGC Jan 1977.
				Destroyed by arson attack by extremist group at Stans, Switzerland Oct 3, 1982.
			10580 (MSN AF-510) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-17145.  To civil registry as N8640E (current with Grimes 
				Aerospace, Urbana, OH since 18-May-2000)
			10581 (MSN AF-511) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87272.  To civil registry as N9381Z, N6640R.  Converted
				to PacAero Tradewind trigear.  Struck off registry Feb 27, 1992.
			10582 (MSN AF-512) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86984.  To civil registry as N9877Z.  Converted to Atlantic
				Aviation 9800.  To 9Q-CXB
			10583 (MSN AF-513) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47461.  To civil registry as N9410Z, N100KU, N100KQ
			10585 (MSN AF-515) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87391.  To civil registry as N9074Z, N413TB
			10588 (MSN AF.518) to Navy as JRB-4 44588. Converted to SNB-5, changed to UC-45J in 1962. 
				To civil registry as N9657 for AFLC/LOACA at WPAFB, OH. Now on display at March Field
				Museum in USAF markings.
			10589 (MSN AF-519) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10439.  To civil registry as N3483G, N12JR, N51FC 
			10590 (MSN AF-520) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37623.  To civil registry as N3486G 
			10591 (MSN AF-521) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27579.  To civil registry as N9048Z 
			10592 (MSN AF-522) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10466.  To civil registry as N9334Z, N6607R
			10593 (MSN AF-523) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37384.  To civil registry as N9868Z.  Converted to
				Pacaero Tradewind trigear.  To N17MM, N524C 
			10594 (MSN AF-524) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37514.  To civil registry as N9505Z.  Retired to storage at
				Willow Run, MI 1976-1984.
			10595 (MSN AF-525) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36963.  To civil registry as N3484G
			10596 (MSN AF-526) To OB-T-856
			10597 (MSN AF.527) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-38272.  To civil registry as N1597 
			10598 (MSN AF-528) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36974.  To civil registry as N87690 (current with Beater 
				Corp. Plymouth, MA. since 03-Oct-1989)
			10599 (MSN AF-529) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27471.  To civil registry as N9999Z (this is the last
				available registration number and is not normally used).  Later N628B
			10600 (MSN AF-530) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37513.  To civil registry as N6552D, N211NY
			10601 (MSN AF-531) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10463.  To civil registry as N1008B
			10602 (MSN AF-532) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37026.  To civil registry as N6562D, N1050, HP-508, N1050
			10603 (MSN AF-533) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27601.  To civil registry as N9887Z 
			10604 (MSN AF-534) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27615.  to civil registry as N87680, N650NA.  To MASDC as CY001
				May 14, 1980
			10606 (MSN AF-536) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27412.  To civil registry as N9514Z, XA-DAJ, XB-JUR, N67132 
			10607 (MSN AF-537) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10334.  to civil registry as N9380Z.  To N6628R and converted to
				Dumod Infinite I trigear.  To N475DM with Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL
			10608 (MSN AF-538) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10369.  To civil registry as N9522Z 
			10610 (MSN AF-540) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36966.  To civil registry as N9597Z, N176L
			10611 (MSN AF-541) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27519.  to civil registry as N9328Z, WFU
			10612 (MSN AF-542) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27531.  To civil registry as N9800Z.  Converted to
				Conrad 9360
			10613 (MSN AF-543) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10374.  To civil registry as N165ZA (current with 
					Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles, Lexington, NE since 09-Apr-1990) 
			10614 (MSN AF-544) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21113.  To civil registry as N9431Z, N103H 
			10615 (MSN FA-545) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1207.  To civil registry as N3198G, N911F, N3199, N106AC.
				Struck off registry Jan 1988
			10616 (MSN AF-546) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56742.  To civil registry as N8172H for export 
			10618 (MSN AF-548) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56850.  To N9896Z, to Chile as CC-CUA, CC-PGE.  Derelict
				at Santiago by 1977.
			10619 (MSN AF-549) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1199.  To civil registry as N9368Z, N6614R
			10620 (MSN AF-550) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33338.  To civil registry as N80S, N80SU, N809U, N105DK 
			10621 (MSN AF-551) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56814.  To civil registry as N5558V
			10622 (MSN AF-552) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2484.  To civil registry as N3656G, N943BW, N9689N
			10625 (MSN AF-555) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33445.  To civilian regisry as N803Z, N901C, N901CD, HI-531CT
			10626 (MSN AF-556) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33527.  To civil registry as N8643E.  Crashed and destroyed
				by fire on takeoff roll on parachuting sortie, Paola KS May 20, 1973.  Pilot and 9 passengers unhurt.
			10629 (MSN AF-559) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33348.  To LV-PNG, LV-WEX.  Abandoned in 2007 at Moron.
			10631 (MSN AF-561) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33292.  To Argentine Navy as 0531/4E-25 .  Preserved at 
				Jorge Newbery School, Haedo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Transfered to Centro de Exhibicion de Aeronaves de la
				Armada Argentina, Bahia Blkanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
			10632 (MSN AF-562) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1167.  To civil registry as N3734G, CF-MJY.  CF-MJY is 
				currently on display at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Sault Ste Marie, ON
			10634 (MSN AF-564) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56748.  To civil registry as N9359Z, N6613R, N145BC, N145DC.  
				Current 2011.
			10635 (MSN AF-565) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56830.  To civil registry as N9375Z, N6639R.  Derelict at
				Hamilton yard at Tucson, AZ in 1976.
			10636 (MSN AF-566) was rebuilt AT-7 42-56725 (MSN 4344).  To MASDC in 1956.
				To civil registry as N7163C with Washington State Natural Resources 
				Department.  Reregistered N314WN Jun 15, 1962.  Several owners.  Modified
				with taller cabin and picture windows. 
			10637 (MSN AF-567) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21082.  To civil registry as N8181H.  Converted to Conrad 10200
				trigear.  Crashed on takeoff at Port Angeles, WA and destroyed by fire Feb 5, 1969. 10 killed.
			10638 (MSN AF-568) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56729.  To civil registry AS N9360Z, N6660R
			10639 (MSN AF-569) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7  44-72022.  To civil registry as N4154A
			10640 (MSN AF-570) remanufactured by Beech From AT-11 41-27363.  To civil registry as N122G.  Crashed and destroyed
				near Puntilla, AK Jul 25, 1960
			10641 (MSN AF-571) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27529.  To civil registry as N9526Z
			10642 (MSN AF-572) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-11 41-27669.  To Ejercito Argentino (Argentine Army) as 
				MG-4T/AE-250/AE-9E. To civilian registry as LV-JTT
			10643 (MSN AF-573) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36852.  to civil registry as N9361Z, N6625R, N491DM.  Converted to
				Dumod Infinite I trigear
			10644 (MSN AF-574) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37710.  MAP for Peru.  To civil registry as OB-I-823
			10645 (MSN AF-575) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10375.  to civil registry as N4027A, N97HA, N9772Z 
			10646 (MSN AF-576) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10442.  To civil registry as N9923Z
			10647 (MSN AF-577) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37616.  To civil registry as N9534Z, LV-PCI, LV-HRG.  Crashed
				at Buenos Aires-Con Tocuato Nov 24, 1964
			10648 (MSN AF-578) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37327.  To civil registry as N9555Z
			10649 (MSN AF-579) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37092.  To Argentine Navy as CTA-50.
				Registered as LV-IFE, later LQ-IFE and is being restored.
			10650 (MSN AF-580) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37049.  To civil registry as N9480Z
			10651 (MSN AF-581) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37381.  To N1410Z.  Current 2011.
			10652 (MSN AF-582) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37582.  To civil registry as N9537Z, 9Q-CXP
			10653 (MSN AF-583) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27592.  to civil registry as N9377Z.  To N6659, to N476DM with Dumod 
				Corp, Opa Locka, FL. and converted to Dumod Infinite I trigear.
			10654 (MSN AF-584) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9521.  To civil registry as N9066Z, N1444
			10656 (MSN AF-586) rebuilt by Beech from AT-11 41-27425.  Sold on civil market in
					1961 as N9550Z.  Now at North Carolina Aviation Museum, Asheboro, NC.
			10657 (MSN AF-587) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37189.  To civil registry as N9546Z
			10658 (MSN AF-588) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37348.  To civil registry as N9376Z, N6651R. 
				Converted to PacAero Tradewind.  To N48W, N481E.
			10659 (MSN AF-589) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-36851.  To civil registry as N9363Z, N6649R.  Derelict in
				Allied Aircraft storage yard in Arizona by 1973. 
			10662 (MSN AF-592) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10418.  To civil registry as N9998Z
			10663 (MSN AF-593) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37414.  To civil registry as N9393Z, N6606R
			10664 (MSN AF-594) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37471.  To civil registry as N17415, N111Z 
			10665 (MSN AF-595) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37622
			10666 (MSN AF-596) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27428.  to civil registry as N9104R, N450G .
				Crashed with Majestic Airlines on takeoff at Twin Falls, ID Sep 24, 1990.
			10667 (MSN AF-597) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37026.  To civil registry as N9817Z, N635F
			10668 (MSN AF-598) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-11 41-9444.  Sold 1964, became TF-JMD, later TF-JMO.  Stored
				derelict in 1992
			10669 (MSN AF-599) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37200.  To civil registry as N9801Z 
				Crashed during forced landing off airport at New Castle, Delaware Jan 17, 1978.
			10670 (MSN AF-600) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27384.  To civil registry as N9913Z.  Converted
				to Conrad 9360.  To N911U 
			10671 5MSN AF-601) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37108.  To civil registry as N2625 
			10672 (MSN AF-602) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27441.  To civil registry as TF-JME 
				(Nordurflug). Converted to Hamilton Little Liner in 1968.  Then to TF-JMP (Flugfelag Nordurlands) wfu.  
				In 1987 TF-JMP was under restoration at Akureyri, Iceland.   Has been reregistered TF-JFA.
				Reported Feb 2009 preserved in airworthy condition at Icelandic Aviation Museum.
			10673 (MSN AF-603) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27360.  To civil registry as N9983Z, N124H, N124HR 
			10674 (MSN AF-604) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37606.  To civil registry as N9172Z 
			10675 (MSN AF-605) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37287.  To civil registry as N7806C
			10676 (MSN AF-606) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10445.  To civil registry as N8232E
			10677 (MSN AF-607) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36946.  To civil registry as N86473, then HK-1087G
			10678 (MSN AF-608) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27335.  To civil registry as N4935E 
				Derelict at Oakland, California by 1979.
			10679 (MSN AF-609) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9533.  To civil registry as N820Z, N8041F.  To South 
				Africa as ZS-FRF, to Botswana as A2-AOS.  To SAAF Museum, Capetown-Ysterplaat Dec 1976 to 1983.  Stripped
				airframe stored Lanseria 1976-78.  To SAAF Museum, Swartkop AB in 1999
			10680 (MSN AF-610) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37343.  To civil registry as N9553Z, N600UW 
			10681 (MSN AF-611) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37399.  To civil registry as N8720R 
			10684 (MSN AF-614) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9487.  To N86471, to Colombia as HK-1147.  Crashed in
				sea 25 mi off Puerto Rico Jun 26, 1973.
			10685 (MSN AF-615) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37085.  To civil registry as N6553D, N214N
			10687 (MSN AF-617) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27357.  To civil registry as N6365T 
				(current with Aircraft Guaranty Corp., Houston, TX. since 05-Apr-1996 operator?).  In 2011 was with 
				Lauridsen Aviation Museum, Buckey MAP, Buckeye, Arizona.
			10689 (MSN AF-619) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10336.  To civil registry as N87692 
			10690 (MSN AF-620) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27578.  To civil registry as N9916Z, N701FY.  To
				Fairbanks Museum, Alaska in 2006.
			10691 (MSN AF-621) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9513.  To civil registry as N9354Z, N6611R.  Derelict
				at Tucson, AZ by 1976.
			10693 (MSN AF-623) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37591.  To civil registry as N9513Z.  Derelict at
				Tucson, AZ by 1979.
			10694 (MSN AF-624) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37204.  Acquired by Air America Aug 18, 1965 from Aero 
				American Corp as N9871Z.  Stored at Tainan, Taiwan Oct 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap at Tainan Jun 17, 1974.
			10695 (MSN AF-625) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37168.  To civil registry as N9332Z.  Converted to 
				Pacaero Tradewind as N69K 
			10696 (MSN AF-626) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37299.  To civil registhr as N4726 C, N130, N7
			10698 (MSN AF-628) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27621.  To civil registry as N9909Z.  Crashed and destroyed
				in forced landing off-airport due to fuel exhaustion at Plymouth, Michigan May 12, 1973.
			10699 (MSN AF-629) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10394.  To civil registry as N9155Z.  Converted to
				ATE Westwind I.  To N390S, CF-QMO, N35136.  Rebuilt as Hamilton Westwind III.  To N71GJ	
			10700 (MSN AF-630) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37141.  To civil registry as N9055Z.
			10701 (MSN AF-631) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37152.  To civil registry as N9823Z, N256RA.  Impounted
				and derelict at Madrid AB, Colombia by 1988. 
			10702 (MSN AF.632) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27561. To MAP in 1959 with delivery civil registration of N9135Z.
			10703 (MSN AF-633) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37603.  To civil registry as N9843Z, N3-045L,
					to Argentina as LV-PCY, LV-GYS, LQ-GYS, LV-GYS.
			10704 (MSN AF-634) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36954.  Operated by Air America as N9475Z.  W/o Aug 21, 1967 on flight
				from Quang Gnai to DaNang, VN when aircraft crashlanded and caught fire,
				killing 4 passengers, injuring the pilot and 3 other passengers.
			10705 (MSN AF-635) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37278.  To civil registry as N150X, HP-509, N150X
			10706 (MSN AF-636) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37383.  to civil registry as N9835Z, N636CF 
			10707 (MSN AF-637) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37171.  To civil registry as N9397Z, N6168U, N229CH, N2290H,
				N9WM 
			10708 (MSN AF-638) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27342.  To N9827Z.  To Liberia as EL-AFO
			10709 (MSN AF-639) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37671.  To civil registry as N9349Z, N6610R.  Derelict
				in Allied Aircraft storage yard, Arizona in 1973.
			10710 (MSN AF-640) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27677.  To civil registry as N7805C , PI-C647.  Converted
				to PacAero Tradewind.  To N7805C
			10711 (MSN AF-641) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27602.  To civil registry as N116Y 
			10712 (MSN AF-642) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36920.  To civil registry as N5043K.  Converted to PacAero
				Tradewind.
			10713 (MSN AF-643) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37573.  To civil registry as N1713 
			10714 (MSN AF-644) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10335.  To civil registry as N281M .  Crashed and destroyed
				on landing at Allentown, Pennsylvania Jun 29, 1979.  2 crew unhurt.
			10715 (MSN AF-645) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37666.  To civil registry as N9931Z, N792MU, N792MA,
				N114DS, N45SK 
			10716 (MSN AF-646) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37000.  To civil registry as N4981E, N6568D
			10718 (MSN AF-648) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36990.  To civil registry as N9448Z
			10719 (MSN AF-649) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37263.  To civil registry as N9932Z
			10720 (MSN AF-650) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9549.  To civil registry as N9704Z.  Struck off registry
				Jun 23, 1994
			10721 (MSN AF-651) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37222.  To civil registry as N9587Z, N157NA 
			10722 (MSN AF-652) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27513.  To civil registry as N9805Z.  Derelict at Pontiac,
				Michigan by 2000.
			10723 (MSN AF-653) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37312.  To Peruvian AF as FAP 725.   To Peru civil
				registry as OB-T-854.  Retired by 1969/1971
			10724 (MSN AF-654) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10355.  To civil registry as N3334G, converted to IAD 10-2.
				To 9O-CJY, 9Q-CJY, 
			10725 (MSN AF-655) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27667.  To civil registry as N9504Z.  Derelict at Honolulu,
				Hawaii since 1975/1979.
			10726 (MSN AF-656) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37247.  To civil registry as N9922Z.  Converted to IAD 10-2.
				To 90_CJP, then 9Q-CJP
			10727 (MSN AF-657) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36957.  To civil registry as N8174H, converted to IAD 10-2.
				To 9Q-CJI.  Struck off registry by 1984.
			10728 (MSN AF-658) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10429.  To civil registry as N86476, HK-1148P, HK1148G, HK-1148.
				Derelict at Medellin, Colombia by 1978.
			10729 (MSN AF-659) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27537.  To civil registry as N4257A
			10730 (MSN AF-660) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37303.  To civil registry as N9068Z 
			10731 (MSN AF-661) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27340.  To civil registry as N86475.  To Colombia as HK-1112G.
				Crashed on takeoff at Bogota, Colombia Jul 1973.
			10732 (MSN AF-662) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37708.  Became N9862Z, then CF-OME. Noted recently 
				in Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada.
			10734 (MSN AF-664) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9466.  To civil registry as N6563D
			10735 (MSN AF-665) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10356.  Became N9156R.  Struck off registry as scrapped Nov 2000.
			10736 (MSN AF-666) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37073.  To civil registry as N8073E, N136
			10737 (MSN AF-667) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37047.  To N9472Z, then to Guatemala as TG-HIH-C.
				Struck parked Cessna 188 N8196V while landing at private strip at West Helena, AR Dec 14, 1972.  Both
				aircraft destroyed by fire.
			10739 (MSN AF-669) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37626.  To civil registry as N9038R, N444BW, struck off
				US civil registry Aug 1986.  To XA-CQXC, to N164DB Jun 21, 2006.
			10740 (MSN AF-670) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-37489.  to civil registry as N86436 
			10741 (MSN AF-671) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 44-72008.  To civil registry as N9105R, 
				later F-BMCE, wfu in 1969
			10743 (MSN AF-673) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37711.  To civil registry as N9530Z
			10744 (MSN AF-674) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36975.  Acquired by Air America Jun 10, 1965 from 
				Cal-Nat Airways as N9542Z.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Air Asia Aug 24, 1966.  Ferried to Roswell, NM
				Sep 1975 after being stored at Tainan.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC
				Jan 1691076 as N7373U.  Next to Investair Leasing Corp of McLean, VA Dec 1982.  Broken up at Ilopango AB,
				San Salvador in 1985.
			10745 (MSN AF-675) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27407.  To N9169Z.   Derelict at Miami, FL by 1968
			10746 (MSN AF-676) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37659.  To civil registry as N9538Z.  Derelict at
				Whiteman Air Park, California by 1993.
			10747 (MSN AF-677) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37142.  To XB-WOS, XA-TAG but the Mexican aicraft might be AF-577.
			10748 (MSN AF-678) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27333.  Acquired by US Army in 1962.
			10749 (MSN AF-679) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27562.  To civil registry as N9593Z 
			10750 (MSN AF-680) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9499.  To civil registry as N9355Z, N6694R. Converted to
				Volpar Turoliner.  To N357V.  Crashed asnd destroyed on landing at Lupine, Alaska Jan 10, 1974.  6 killed.
			10751 (MSN AF-681) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37519.  To civil registry as N9414Z.
			10752 (MSN AF-682) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27607.  To civil registry as N6696N, N850H, N8504 
			10754 (MSN AF-684) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27576.  To civil registry as N9915Z.  Crashed and destroyed
				with Skyway Air Cargo during landing overshoot at Maui, Hawaii Dec 11, 1965.
			10755 (MSN AF-685) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37206.  To civil registry as N8712R
			10757 (MSN AF-687) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9524.  To civil registry as N166ZA (sprayer)
			10758 (MSN AF-688) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37065.  To civil registry as N8092H, N442MH 
				(current with Sky Train, Chicago, IL. since 31-Oct-1974)
			10759 (MSN AF-689) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37128.  Acquired by Air America Jun 17, 1965 from 
				Apache Airlines as N3674G.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Air Asia Sep 1, 1967.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean
				Sep 22, 1975 betwen Midway and Adak Island, AK while being ferried from Tainan to Roswell, New Mexico.  
			10760 (MSN AF-690) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27470.  To civil registry as N9379Z, N6603R, N497DM.
				Converted to Dumod Liner.  Crashed and destroyed by fire on takeoff in snow, Binghamton-Broome County, New
				York Mar 22, 1970.  3 killed, 8 injured. 
			10761 (MSN AF-691) remaufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37169.  To civilian registry as N86484, then PK-ABU with
				Indonesian government
			10762 (MSN AF-692) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37103.  To civil registry as N167Z, N167ZA 
			10763 (MSN AF-693) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37185.  To civil registry as N9373Z, N6615R 
				for Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL. (probably for conversion)
			10764 (MSN AF-694) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10472.  To civil registry as N3331G, N281H 
			10765 (MSN AF-695) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27651.  Del  SAC 814th Air Base Unit, Fairchild AFB Apr 26, 1954. 
			SAC 807th Air Base Unit, March AFB  1956.   ATC 3520th CCTWG McConnell AFB Aug 1958. Davis-Monthan AFB storage & sale. 
			2704th AF Aircraft Storage & Disposition Grp.  To Brumos Aviation Corp, Jacksonville, FL, registered as N9976Z Mar 1, 1962, 
			To Missionary Flights Inc of West Palm Beach, FL and registered N325D Jul 28, 1973, reregistered
			N300MF Jun 12, 1978.  Reregistered N325D Sep 29, 1979.  Current as of Apr 2014.
			10766 (MSN AF-696) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37345.  To civil registry as N9374Z, N6627R, N498DM.
				Converted to Dumod Infinite I trigear
			10767 (MSN AF-697) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37484.  To civil registry as N9326Z, XB-KAA, XA-TAF.
			10768 (MSN AF-698) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36898.  Registered N86485 to Internationa Development Agency, to
				Indonesian government as PK-ABV Aug 1962
			10769 (MSN AF-699) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37664.  To N3673G, to Mexico as XB-KAA
			10770 (MSN AF-700) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37355.  To civil registry as N8077E, N140, N140W.
				Derelict at San Juan airport, Puerto Rico by 1978 
			10771 (MSN AF-701) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27372.  to CAA as N4, later N8076E, N139, N4, N403SE.
				Crashed and destroyed after takeoff for parachute drop, Taft, California Oct 17, 1982.  14 killed.
			10772 (MSN AF-702) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-27236.  To N9965Z with Air America, later Atlantic
				Aviation Corp (another CIA front).  To 9Q-CXQ.  Crashed and destroyed
				in Zaire Feb 15, 1970.
			10773 (MSN AF-703) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36984.  to civil registry as N4728C, N47869, N131,
				N1313,  N149L.  Converted to Conrad 9360 
			10774 (MSN AF-704) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87052.  Acquired by Air America Oct 1965 and registeredas N9956Z.
				Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Jan 5, 1967.  Ferried to Roswell, NM
				from Tainan Aug 1975.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC
				Feb 2, 1967.  Sold to CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland
				as HB-GGI.  Registration cancelled Jan 30, 1980.  Aircraft was broken up.
			10775 (MSN AF-705) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35685.  To civil registry as N9821Z.  Derelict at St Thomas,
				US Virgin Islands by 1980.
			10776 (MSN AF-706) remanufactured by Beech From C-45F 44-47747.   Registered N86486 to Internatoonal Development Agency.
				To PK-ABT with Indonesian government Aug 1962
			10778 (MSN AF-708) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35941.  To civil registry as N9888Z 
			10779 (MSN AF-709) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87107.  To civilian registry as N3722G, then PK-ABW
			10780 (MSN AF-710) remanufactured by Beech From C-45F 44-47660.  To civil registry as N8372H, N88Q.  Crashed and
				destroyed by fire at Lakewood, California after takeoff in fog Long Beach, California Aug 7, 1965.  8 killed.
			10781 (MSN AF-711) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87189.  To civil registry as N9358Z, N6600R.  Derelict at
				Allied Aircraft yard in 1973.
			10782 (MSN AF-712) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47597.  To civil registry as N9387Z, N6653R.  Derelict
				at Tucson, Arizona by 1976.
			10784 (MSN AF-714) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87269.  to civilian registry as N86487 with International Development
				Agency, was to have become PK-ABX but NTU.  Sold to Crown Assets Disposal
				Corporation and registered CF-PLU Aug 14, 1962.  May have suffered accident
				in Canada enroute to Indonesia and sold on site.  Later to Superior Airways.
				Registration cancelled Apr 24, 1972.
			10785 (MSN AF-715) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87131.  To civil registry as N3736G (current 
				with Charles M Kirk, Lakewood, CA. since 16-Sep-1986)	
			10786 (MSN AF-716) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47573.  To civil registry as N9327Z.  Crashed while airdropping
				supplies to firefighters in Payette National Forest, near Salmon, Idaho Jul 9, 1965.  2 killed.
			10788 (MSN AF-718) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35891.  To civil registry as N9598Z, N1823B, N1820B
			10789 (MSN AF-719) remanufactured by Beech From C-45F 44-87300.  To civil registry as N9350Z, N6623R.  Derelict at
				Tucson, Arizona by 1976
			10790 (MSN AF-720) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86950.  To civil registry as N9560Z, N956C.  Crashed and
				destroyed on landing at Aurora, Wisconsin Oct 29, 1967.
			10791 (MSN AF-721) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87115.  To civil registry as N5642V.  Crashed into sea
				Molokai, Hawaii Feb 22, 1972.  8 killed
			10792 (MSN AF-722) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47568.  To civil registry as N9489Z, XB-NOX
			10793 (MSN AF-723) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47683.  To civil registry as N9952Z.  Converted to IAD 10-2.
				To 9Q-CQC
			10794 (MSN AF-724) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47686.  to civil registry as N9921Z for export.  Converted
				to IAD 10-2
			10795 (MSN AF-725) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47687.  To civil registry as N81, to Turkish civil 
				registry as TC-KON Jul 18, 1962, cancelled Aug 18, 1976.  To Turkish AF in 1975 on behalf of Army Survey 
				and Mapping Command.
			10796 (MSN AF-726) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87297.  To civil registry as N9807Z, N600NA.  Crashed and
				destroyed, in-flight fire, Hastings, MI Sep 15, 1979.  Pilot and 3 passengers killed.
			10797 (MSN AF-727) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87066.  To civil registry as N9549Z, to C-GKMT, back to N9549Z
			10798 (MSN AF-728) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87226.  To civil registry as N3735G, 
			10800 (MSN AF-730) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21145.  To civil registry as N9084Z, N830K .  Crashed and 
				destroyed when left wing failed after takeoff, Middletown, Delaware Feb 28, 1967.
			10801 (MSN AF-731) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1143.  To N9426Z.  To Denmark as OY-DAY.  Became TF-AIS, 
				Crashed on ambulance flight, Norofjorour, Iceland Jan 18, 1966.
			10802 (MSN AF-732) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33305.  To civil registry as N9957Z.  Ditched in heavy sea
				near shore near Loiza Aldea, Puerto Rico Oct 11, 1969.  1 killed, 10 injured.
			10803 (MSN AF-733) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33357.  to civil registry as N9811Z, F-BKOT (struck off register 
				in 1969)
			10804 (MSN AF-734) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56791.  To N9533Z 
			10805 (MSN AF.735) to Indonesia as PK-BIB
			10806 (MSN AF-736) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1168. Registered N86489 to International Development Agency.
				To PK-ABY with Indonesian government Jul 1963.  Registration cancelled Oct 22, 1976.
			10807 (MSN AF-737) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56794.  To N1018B, N17274.  To Indonesia as PK-BID
			10808 (MSN AF-738) to Indonesia as PK-BIE
			10809 (MSN AF-739) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56841.  Registered N86488 to International Development Agency.
				To PK-ABZ Jul 1964. Registration cancelled Oct 22, 19766
			10810 (MSN AF-740) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33318.  To YV-T-HTV in 1966 (it had a long career in Venezuela, 
				with at least 7 different registrations)
			10811 (MSN AF-741) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21124.  to civil registry as N86472, HK-1086, HK-1086G,
				HK-1096.  Preserved at National Museum of Transportation, Cali, Colombia.
			10812 (MSN AF-742) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-50091.  To civil registry as N9554Z 
			10813 (MSN AF-743) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21116.  To civil registry as N74016, N772W 
				(current with Jump Ride, Fresno, CA. since 22-Sep 1982)
			10814 (MSN AF-744) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1155.  To civil registry as N1850.  Modified as E18S with
				raised roof. 
  			10815 (MSN AF-745) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56781.  To civil registry as N9960Z, N145L, N35CB 
			10816 (MSN AF-746) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1177.  To civil registry as N9850Z, to Mexico as XA-CED then XB-IAI,
				then XB-ACX
			10817 (MSN AF-747) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2489.  To civil registry as N9406Z
			10818 (MSN AF-748) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1196.  To civil registry as N9955Z
			10819 (MSN AF-749) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56812.  To civil registry as N9970Z, N10JR.  In forced landing
				off-airport and struck ditches at Marfa, Texas Nov 6, 1971.
			10820 (MSN AF-750) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33272.  To civil registry as N9106R, N1180
			10821 (MSN AF-751) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56751.  To civil registry as N9961Z.  Crashed and burned
				on takeoff at lakewood, Wisconsin Sep 7, 1970.
			10822 (MSN AF-752) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-43462.  To civil registry as N9962Z, 
				later EC-ASJ, now preserved in Spain.  On display with Fundacion Infante de Orleans, Cuatro
				Vientos, Madrid.
			10823 (MSN AF-753) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56762.  To civil registry as N9407Z, N460K.  Stripped hulk
				in quarry at Nome, Alaska 2008
			10824 (MSN AF-754) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33299.  To civil registry as N9345Z.  Converted to
				Volpar Turboliner.  registered N6622R, then N353V.  To Indonesia as PK-WWD, To HK-1296E.  To N4234A.
				Converted to Hamilton HA-1 Westwind.  To N502CK
			10825 (MSN AF-755) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33454.  To civil registry as N8072E, N135, N9012, HK-1194,
				HK-1194P.  Struck off register in 1984.
			10827 (MSN AF-757) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33638.  To civil registry as N9449Z
			10828 (MSN AF-758) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2511.  To civil registry as N9839Z and 5N-AFG.  Broken up
				in Nigeria in 1970.
			10829 (MSN AF-759) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33437.  To civil registry as N9477Z, to N246W,
				N618K
			10830 (MSN AF-760) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33532.  To civil registry as N9808Z.  Crashed on takeoff
				at Santa Fe, New Mexico Mar 31, 1973.
			10831 (MSN AF-761) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33494.  To civil registry as N9364Z, N6601R.  Seen
				derelict in Allied Aircraft Yard, Tucson, AZ 1972-1983.
			10832 (MSN AF-762) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33438.  To civil registry as N4268A 
			10833 (MSN AF-763) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-43502.  To civil registry as N9875Z, to CF-OII, C-FOII.
			10834 (MSN AF-764) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33331.  To civil registry as N9356Z, N6636R, to
				N355V.  Converted to Turboliner, registered N400WA
			10836 (MSN AF-766) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33317.  to civil registry as N9342Z, N6645R 
			10837 (MSN AF-767) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33482.  To civil registry as N84R.  Crashed and destroyed
				when struck trees during low pass in fog near Bellfontaine, Ohio Apr 9, 1965;
			10838 (MSN AF-768) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2483.  To civil registry as N9908Z, then N1800E.  In Duffy Parts
				yard in Denver, Colorado in 2000.
			10839 (MSN AF-769) to Peru as FAP 691
			10840 (MSN AF-770) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21138.  To civil registry as N9912Z.
			10841 (MSN AF-771) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2479.  To civil registry as N9596Z, N128VC, to N128V, 
				wfu Apr 16, 1990.  On display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT
			10842 (MSN AF-772) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33375.  To civil registry as N9353Z, N6658R
			10843 (MSN AF-773) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21055.  to civil registry as N9963Z, N146L.  Crashed Albany, NY
				Apr 2, 1970.
			10844 (MSN AF-774) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56811.  To N9920Z, 9Q-CJQ with Air Congo, Kinshasa
			10845 (MSN AF-775) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21093.  To civil registry as N9338Z, N6655R
			10846 (MSN AF-776) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56740.  To civil registry as N8075E, N138, N1036Z
			10848 (MSN AF-779) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10381.  To civil registry as N9301Z, 9Q-CXA.  Modified
				as Atlantic Aviation 9800.  Crashed on Mount Cameroon en route from Monrovia to Couala on delivery flight
				Jul 21, 1964.  Wreck foun 2 years later
			10849 (MSN AF-779) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27652.  To civil registry as N8074E, N137, N9014.
				Destroyed wiht Micronesian Airlines, Guam, at Saipan by Typhoon Jean Apr 1968
			10850 (MSN AF-780) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37098.  To civil registry as N9370Z , N6638R, N9370Z
				(current with Mission of St Jude, Tucson, AZ. since 21-Aug-1998)
			10851 (MSN AF-781) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37309.  to civil registry as N9136Z.  To Fuerza Aera de Chile 
				as 481.  Was under restoration with Museo Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos,
				Santiago de Chile in 1998.  Noted on display at Punta Arenas in 2009.
			10852 (MSN AF-782) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36837.  To civil registry as N9958Z.
			10853 (MSN AF-783) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37338.  To civil registry as N9070Z, N183K, TF-RED
			10854 (MSN AF-784) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 4127624.  To civil registry as N9137Z.  To  Chile AF as 491.  
				Preserved at Museo Aeroespacial, Camo do Alfonsos, Brazil in FAC scheme.
			10855 (MSN AF-785) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9454.  To civil registry as N135L
			10856 (MSN AF-786) remanufactured by Beech From AT-11 42-37478.  To civil registry as N9863Z.  Noted derelict
				in Royal Air storage yard, Pontiac, Michigan Jul 1991.
			10857 (MSN AF-787) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10455.  To civil registry as N132P, CF-EBB
			10858 (MSN AF-788) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37077.  To civil registry as N7743C.  Put on display on 
				a pylon at Scott AFB, Illinois
			10859 (MSN AF-789) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27554.  To civil registry as N22CE, N228E
			10860 (MSN AF-790) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37395.  To civil registry as N9409Z.
			10861 (MSN AF-791) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37249.  To civil registry as N9799Z, N404K 
			10862 (MSN AF-792) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37534.  sold on civilian market as N87688, but later went to
				Hill AFB Heritage Museum, Utah in 1985 where it is displayed again in USAF insignia.
			10863 (MSN AF-793) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37685.  To civil registry as N136N 26-Jul-1966 
				for Clark County Civil Defence Agency, Arden, NV. wfu)
			10864 (MSN AF-794) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37388.  To civil registry as N86477, HK-1085, HF-1085G.
				Struck off registry Sep 4, 1981.
			10865 (MSN AF-795) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37577.  To civil registry as N87694.  On display 
				at Travis AFB Museum, California
			10866 (MSN AF-796) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37418.  To civil registry as N2797A, N311SA, N4111A.
				Sold in 1992 to USAF Museum prior to current display at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota with
				false serial 40796.
			10867 (MSN AF-797) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10407.  To civil registry as N9455Z
			10868 (MSN AF-798) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27594.  To civil registry as N74034.  Ditched in Pacific
				Ocean during ferry flight due to fuel expiration Mar 5, 1967.  Crew was rescued.
			10869 (MSN AF-799) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36864.  To civil registry as N9006Z, N4729C, N132, N1322,
				N335X.  Crashed on takeoff on beach at La Salina Ranch near Vera Cruz, Mexico Ju 19, 1968.
			10870 (MSN AF-800) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27617.  To civil registry as N9987Z
			10871 (MSN AF-801) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36983.  To Peruvan AF as FAP 724 in 1959.
				To Direccion de Aviacion Civil, Collique Jul 1966 as OB-I-825
			10873 (MSN AF-803) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37631.  To civil registry as N9959Z, to 9Q-CXE.  Converted
				to Atlantic Aviation 9800 in 1965.
			10874 (MSN AF-804) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36986.  To civil registry as N9371Z, N6650R, N492DM.  Conversion
				To Dumod Infinite II not completed, later to Domod Liner.  Crashed and destroyed near Morringsport, Louisiana
				Apr 6, 1993. 
			10875 (MSN AF-805) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27671.  To civil registry as N9889Z
			10876 (MSN AF-806) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10424.  To civil registry as N876N 
			10879 (MSN AF-809) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27646.  To civil registry as N10305
			10882 (MSN AF-812) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27646.  To civil registry as N74000
			10883 (MSN AF-813) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37531.  To civil registry as N801CD
			10884 (MSN AF-814) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10399.  To civil registry as N9453Z.  Undershot
				landing and destroyed by fire at Treasure Cay, Bahamas Mar 12, 1971.  The plane at Minnesota ANG Museum, 
				Minneapolis-St Paul IAP painted as 52-10884 is actually BuNo 51338.
			10885 (MSN AF-815) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36890.  To civil registry as N4983E, N480P 
			10886 (MSN AF-816) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27623.  To civil registry as N9980Z.  Converted to Pacaero
				Tradewind.  Crashed and destroyed near Kansas City, MO Mar 5, 1965.  5 killed.
			10887 (MSN AF-817) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37002.  To NASA at Jet Propulsion Laboratory of
				Pasadena, California as N9525Z.  Volpar trigear and PacAero 9800 kit installed by Hamilton Aircraft
				Co of Tucson, AZ Oct 1961.  To NASA at Kennedy Space Center, Florida as N6NA .  To Manatee County
				Mosquito Control of Palmetto, Florida Dec 1981 to 1990.  To Milford Aircraft Parts Inc, of Davie, Florida
				Jun 15, 1999.  To A Cargo and Leasing Co of Molalla, Oregon Jun 1, 2000 to 2014.
				(current with A Cargo and Leasing, Molalla, OR. since 01-Jun-2000).
			10889 (MSN AF-819) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37408.  To civil registry ass N4709C.  Crashed and destroyed
				on takeoff for parachute operations at Lakeside, California Feb 14, 1971.  10 killed.
			10890 (MSN AF-820) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37308.  To civil registry as N9325Z, N188AA.  Converted
				to Atlantic Aviation Versa-Beech.  To N4000Y.  Crashed and destroyed on landing at Hartford, CT Jun 3, 1968.
			10892 (MSN AF-822) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27508.  To civil registry as N9004Z, N960K. 
				Derelict at San Juan-Isla Grande, Puerto Rico by 1978
			10893 (MSN AF-823) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27600.  Currently  on display at WPAFB Museum, initially marked as 40823,
				later 210893
			10894 (MSN AF-824) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37199.  To civil registry as N7916A .  Noted on display 
				in US Navy markings May 2003 at Beechcraft Heritage Museum, Tullahoma, Tennessee and again Apr 2010.
			10895 (MSN AF-825) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27581.   To civil registry as N3120G .  Slid into lake during
				gear-up forced landing on tundra and sank near Deering, Alaska Sep 27, 1982.  Crew of 3 reached shore
				uninjured, aircraft not recovered.  Scrapped and struck off registry Jul 8, 1996.
			10896 (MSN AF-826) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37542.  To civil registry as N9938Z, N2701C
			10897 (MSN AF-827) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27432.  To civil registry as N9997Z, N606P, later N606PA 
			10898 (MSN AF-828) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10428.  To civil registry as N819Z
			10899 (MSN AF-829) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10378.  To N9524Z, N992BP.  Converted to Pacaero
				Tradewind.  To N992BC.  Struck off registry Mar 1989.
			10900 (MSN AF-830) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37464.  To civil registry as N6694N, N840H
			10901 (MSN AF-831) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 44-72009.  Became N9981Z, converted by Pacific Airmotive 
				as prototype PAC Tradewind. Arrived at Bangkok, Thailand March 1968 
				and registered HS-SKA Jul 25, 1968 to Bangkok United Mechanical Co for operation 
				by Sahakol Air. Registration cancelled Nov 22, 1972.
			10902 (MSN AF-832) remanfuactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56842.  To civil registry as N4941C.  Struck off registry
				Mar 7, 1996
			10903 (MSN AF-833) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47513.  To civil registry as N550W.
			10904 (MSN AF-834) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35584.  Loaned to US Navy as 210904.  To civil registry as N40074 
				(current with American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX since Sep 5, 1991)
			10905 (MSN AF-835) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35903.  To civil registry as N4999E.  Struck off
				registry Aug 1989.
			10906 (MSN AF-836) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35641.  To N9844Z, acquired by Air America as N9844Z, 
				reregistered as N343T Mar 31, 1965.  Modified to IAD 10-2 by Air Asia 1964/65
				Leased to Scheduled Air Services Ryukyus Feb 1965 to Jul 1967.  Caught fire during
				landing roll at Saigon Oct 15, 1968.  Aircraft was not repaired.  Struck off registry Feb 3, 1970.
			10908 (MSN AF-838) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47165.  To civil registry as N9979Z, N139VP, N139V 
			10909 (MSN AF-839) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47159.  To civil registry as N9408Z, N9413Z, N139V
			10911 (MSN AF-841) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87111.  To civil registry as N9166Z
			10912 (MSN AF-842) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47160.  To civil registry as N3693G 
			10913 (MSN AF-843) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47529.  To civil registry as N9842Z.  to Argentina 
				registry as LV-PCX (delivery), LV-GYR  Crashed Dado de Baja Jul 7, 1970
			10914 (MSN AF-844) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35731.  To civil registry as N3729G 
			10915 (MSN AF-845) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47692.  To civil registry as N9566Z 
			10916 (MSN AF-846) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35633.  To civil registry as N3732G 
				(Air Tropic, British Virgin Islands 21-Jun-1978).  Later N52DN
			10917 (MSN AF-847) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35649.  To civil registry as N9481Z, N299C
			10918 (MSN AF-848) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-43496.  To civil registry as N8070E, N133
			10919 (MSN AF-849) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87265.  To civil registry as N9866Z, CF-NUY.
				Crashed and ground looped on skis Mar 14, 1972 
			10920 (MSN AF-850) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47490.  to civil registry as N9367Z, N241D, XC-FOG,
				N241D (current with Barron Aviation, Perry, MO. since 01-Jun-1998) 
			10921 (MSN AF-851) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86934.  To civil registry as N9881Z.  Struck off
				registry as scrapped or destroyed Oct 24, 2007.
			10922 (MSN AF-852) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2439.  To civil registry as  N9357Z, N6648R 
				(current with Blue Skys, Gillette, WY. since 20-Feb-2001)
			10923 (MSN AF-853) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56832.  To civil registry as N9903Z 
			10924 (MSN AF-854) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56744.  To civil registry as N8393H.  Crashed during
				forced landing at Hudson, New Hampshire Oct 2, 2001.  Struck off registry Mar 22, 2007.
			10925 (MSN AF-855) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2426.  to civil registry as N142Z, N202LA, N626RA 
				(Rockford Air Charter, Rockford, IL.)
			10926 (MSN AF-856) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21098.  To civil registry as N9396Z, N6643R.  Converted
				to Volpar Turboliner as N346V.  To N231SK.  Damaged when left main landing gear collapsed Mar 18, 2005 
				during landing roll at Panama City-Bay County IAP, FL 
			10927 (MSN AF-857) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33376.  To civil registry as N322X
			10928 (MSN AF-858) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56757.  To civil registry as N9833Z, N406JB, N486JB.
			10929 (MSN AF-859) remanufactured by Beech from AT7C 43-49999.  To civil registry as N3731G, N200E, XB-ROI
			10930 (MSN AF-860) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7A 41-21161.  To civil registry as N6188C, N9417Z, N214S,
				N19920, N213SP 
			10931 (MSN AF-861) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21058.  To civil registry as N9802Z,
					converted to IAD 1002, then 9O-CQD, 9Q-CQD.  Struck off Zaire civil registry  by 1984
			10932 (MSN AF-862) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37261.  To civil registry as N9365Z
			10933 (MSN AF-863) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37237.  To civil registry as N9372Z, N6602R, N179S,
				convrted to PacAero Tradewind, to N179SC, to N383HT
			10935 (MSN AF-865) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27355.  To civil registry as N9369Z, N6626R.  No civil
				conversion, derelict at Tucson, AZ
			10936 (MSN AF-866) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37580.  To civil registry as N9436Z, N213S.  Crashed 
				after forced landing into trees, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Apr 28, 1983.  2 injured.  Struck off registry Jun 1986
			10938 (MSN AF-868) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10341.  To civil registry as N9929Z 
				Crashed and destroyed by fire on landing at Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mar 18 1977.  Pilot unhurt.
			10939 (MSN AF-869) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10365.  To civil registry as N9149Z, N181M, N141ME,
				N6603L.  Struck off registry Oct 1990
			10940 (MSN AF-870) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9483. To civil registry as N9366Z, N6661R
			10942 (MSN AF-872) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86971.  To civil registry as N9882Z, N194BC.  Derelict
				at Herrera, Dominican Republic by 1978
			10943 (MSN AF-873) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47684.  To civil registry as N3721G, N3721.  Crshed and
				destroyed on takeoff at Opa Locka, Florida Jan 20, 1973.  2 hurt 
			10944 (MSN AF-874) remnanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87218.  MAP to Peruvian AF Sep 1960 as FAP 722.  To Peruvian civil 
				registry in 1966 as OB-I-824, later OB-T-824
			10945 (MSN AF-875) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-7C 43-35588.  To civil registry as N9478Z, N611W, N611WP 
				(current with Malcolm Thurmond, Georgetown, TX. since 05-Jan-2000)
			10946 (MSN AF-876) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47739.  To civil registry as N9300Z, N118X.  Crashed into
				houses and destroyed during return after takeoff Love Field, Dallas, Texas Dec 26, 1973.  Pilot killed
			10947 (MSN AF-877) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87225.  To civil registry as N9567Z 
			10948 (MSN AF-878) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47545.  To civil registry as N9085R.  Crashed and destroyed
				by fire on takeoff from Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico Feb 8, 1969
			10949 (MSN AF-879) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35595.  To civil registry as N9138Z
			10950 (MSN AF-880) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87270.  To civil registry as N9139Z
			10951 (MSN AF-881) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47489.  To civil registry as N9570Z.  Crashed on landing at
				Midland, Texas Jan 14, 1969.  
			10952 (MSN AF-882) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47715.  To US civil registry as N9140Z.  To Chile AF as 493.  
				Preserved at Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile, Los Cerillos, Chile
			10953 (MSN AF-883) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47682.  To civil registry as N1941Z
			10954 (MSN AF-884) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47327.  acquired by Air America Jul 31, 1965 as N9157Z.  
				Converted to Volpar Super Turbo 18.  Escaped to Bangkok from Saigon Apr 1975 and ferried to Tainan, Taiwan.  
				Ferried to Roswell, NM Sep 1975.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC Feb 2, 1975.  To CIBA-Pilatus 
				Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GFX, to Kalitta Flying Service as N4209V and sold to Jim Hankins 
				Air Service, Jackson, MS. 29-Jan-2002 (current)
			10955 (MSN AF-885) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86957.  To civil registry as N9954Z.  To Colombian civil
				registry as HK-1195.
			10956 (MSN AF-886) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47393.  To civil registry as N9840Z 
			10958 (MSN AF-888) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87045.  sold on commercial market in early 1960s as
				N8176H, later N114G, later in Malta re-registered N495F.  Now on display at Aviation Museum of Malta
			10959 (MSN AF-889) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47449.  To civil registry as N8192H, N850C.  Struck off
				registry May 1987.
			10960 (MSN AF-890) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87053.  to civil registry as N3465G, XB-JER, XB-BLF,
				to N60493 (current with Cam Air, Carson City, NV. since 22-Jan-2002)
			10961 (MSN AF-891) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47115.  To civil registry as N937aZ, N6616R, to N474DM 
				to Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL and converted to Dumod Infinite I 1969/70
			10962 (MSN AF-892) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86926.  To civil registry as N9322Z, XA-BLF. 
			10963 (MSN AF-893) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86975.  To civil registry as N9352Z, N6647R.  Derelict
				at Allied Aircraft yard, Arizona 1972-1983. 
			10964 (MSN AF-894) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47593.  To civil registry as N9820Z
			10965 (MSN AF-895) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87147.  To civil registry as N9543Z, N606J, N606JW, CF-GCI.
				M606JW
			10966 (MSN AF-896) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86962.  To civil registry as N9441Z
			10967 (MSN AF-897) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47588.  To civil registry as N8924Z.  Converted to 
				Volpar Turboliner as N342V, to N8SL, to N407TH.  
			10968 (MSN AF-898) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87060.  To civil registry as N9910Z
			10969 (MSN AF-899) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87179.  To civil registry as N3719G.
			10970 (MSN AF-900) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87197.  To civil registry as N605BW, N21GL
52-10971/10976	Northrop XSM-62 Snark missiles
			MSN N-3295/3300
52-10977/10983	Northrop XSM-62A Snark missiles
			MSN N-3301/3307
52-10984/10986	Bell XGAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
52-10987/10988	Boeing XIM-99 Bomarc missiles
52-10989/10990	North American XSM-64 Navaho missiles
52-10991/10994	Sikorsky H-19B Chickasaw 
			Ex-USMC machines returned to USAF after use by French AF in Indochina.
			10991 (MSN 55374) ex-USMC 130232 loaned to French AF for use in Indochina and returned to USAF Mar 17, 1958.  To South Vietnam
				AF as 52-10991 in 1961.
			10992 (MSN 55426) ex USMC 130259 loaned to French AF for use in Indochina and returned to USAF.  To South Vietnam AF
				as 52-10992 in 1961.
			10993 (MSN 55428) ex USMC 130261 loaned to French AF for use in Indochina and returned to USAF.  To South Vietnam AF
				as 52-10993 in 1961.
			10994 (MSN 55435) ex USMC 137837 loaned to French AF for use in Indochina and returned to USAF.  To South Vietnam AF
				as 52-10994 in 1961.
		
			
						--The following serial numbers are out of sequence.  These were A-1 Skyraiders-- 
						--transferred to USAF and assigned USAF serial numbers based on their BuNos,  --
						--prefixed by 52.
			
52-132392 		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.  
				Ex USN BuNo 132392 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by AAA Nov 11, 1966 with 602nd Air 
				Commando Squadron of 14th Air Commando Wing 5 mi W of Vinh Linh, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam.  
				Pilot bailed out and was rescued by the helicopter he was supporting.
52-132400 		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.  
				Ex USN BuNo 132400 transferred to USAF.  Hit by automatic weapons fire Jun 9, 1966 with 
				602nd Air Commando squadron of 14th Air Commando Wing near Ban Ban, Houaphana Province, Laos.  Was able to 
				about 30 miles to the west before pilot bailed out near Muong Soui.  Pilot was rescued.
52-132401  		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.  
				Ex USN BuNo 132401 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by automatic weapons fire Feb 10, 1965 
				with 28th 1st Air Commmand Squadron, 34th TacticalGroup off the Mekong Delta, South Vietnam.  Crashed into 
				South China Sea.  Pilot rescued,
52-132408		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132408 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot 
				down by ground fire 5 mi W of Thanh Hoa over Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jun 11, 1967.  Both crew 
				rescued by HH-3E helicopter
52-132410		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132410 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by small arms fire Oct 20, 1966 with 602nd Air 
				Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing 5 mi NW of Ban Kang, Houaphanh Province, Laos.  Pilot KIA
52-132411		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132411 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by AAA with 1st Air Command Squadron, 34th Tactical 
				Group Oct 26, 1964 5 mi W of Tan Son Nhut AB, South Vietnam.  Both crew KIA.
52-132412		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132412 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire with 602nd Air Commando Squadron, 
				3rd TFW Jan 28, 1966 10 mi SW of Tay Ninh City, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA
52-132414		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex BuNo 132414 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire Jul 22, 1965 with 1st ACS, 6251st TFW 
				over Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.
52-132417		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132417 transferred to USAF.  Hit by AAA over southern Laos with 602nd Air Commando Squadron, 
				14th Air Commando Wing over southern Laos May 16, 1966.  Pilot bailed out 25 mi SW of Dong Hoi, North 
				Vietnam and was rescued by USAF HH-3 helicopter.
52-132419		Douglas A-1E Skyraider. 
				Ex USN BuNo 132419 transferred to USAF.  Crashed with 602nd Air Commando Squadron, 14th Air Commando Wing 
				in Thailand Jan 26, 1967 due to control failure.  Pilot survived.
52-132421		Douglas A-1E Skyraider 
				Ex USN BuNo 132421 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire near Ban Katoi 25 mi W of Dong Hoi just across the North Vietnamese border with Laos 
				Jul 31, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF HH-3 helicopter.
52-132423		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132423 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14 th Air Commando Wing hit by 
				small arms fire 25 mi NW of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Jul 6, 1966.  Able to fly about 20 mi N of Udorn,
				Thailand and pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-132425		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132425 transferred to USAF Shot down by ground fire near Na Pho, Khammouan Province, Laos with 602nd Air
				Commando Squadron, 14th Air Commando Wing Apr 19, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-132439		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132439 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by AAA with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical 
				Fighter Wing Nov 6, 1965 just north of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
52-132441		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132441 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire with 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical 
				Group Sep 23, 1964 near Ap Vinh Tho, Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA, observer made POW.
52-132442		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132442 transferred to USAF.  602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing Bien Hoa 
				South Vietnam hit by ground fire while supporting the Special Forces camp at Plei Mei South Vietnam Oct 22, 1965. 
				Aircraft crash landed on airstrip.  Pilot OK but plane DBR.
52-132445		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132445 transferred to USAF.  Shot down with 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations 
				Wing by small arms fire near Ban Len in Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Mar 10, 1970.  Both crew bailed out
				and were rescued by Air America helicopter.
52-132447		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132447 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air 
				Commando Wing May 25, 1966 near Ban Niang 10 Miles south of Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos.  Pilot bailed out 
				and was rescued by USAF HH-3 helicopter he was flying support for.
52-132449		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132449 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire with 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air 
				Commando Wing Jun 7, 1966 10 mi W of Pleiku, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia. Pilot KIA.
52-132450		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132450 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire with 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical 
				Group Sep 26, 1964 near Ap Vinh Tho, Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot and observer bailed out.  
				Pilot was rescued by helicopter but co-pilot was captured..
52-132454		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132454 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by ground fire with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air 
				Commando Wing near Ban Loupum, Houaphanh Province, Laos Nov 15, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by 
				USAF helicopter.
52-132455		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132455 transferred to USAF.  Crashed over Laos with 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special 
				Operations Wing Nov 1, 1969.  Pilot KIA, observer survived.
52-132464		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132464 transferred to USAF.  Hit by AA over Laos with 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical 
				Fighter Wing and crash landed Jan 31, 1966.  Pilot was rescued. 
52-132465		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132465 transferred to USAF.  Shot down by AAA with 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group 
				near Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Aug 29, 1964.  Pilot and South Vietnamese officer were KIA.
52-132468		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132468 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing crashed in 
				landing accident at Pleiku AB, South Vietnam Jan 12, 1966.  Both crew killed.
52-132469		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132469 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing shot 
				down by AAA 35 mi W of Nam Dinh City, Nam Dinh Province, North Vietnam Nov 6, 1965.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
52-132471 		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN Buno 132471 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed during 
				close support mission Bien Hoa, Dong Hai Province, South Vietnam Feb 24, 1965.  Both crew killed.
52-132476		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132476 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed Oct 29, 1964 
				near Bien Hoa, South Vietnam while on training flight.  Both crew killed.
52-132541		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132541 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing crashed 
				during takeoff at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Oct 16, 1965.  Both crew survived.
52-132542		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132542 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				suffered gyro and attitude indicators failure near Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Oct 13, 1968.  Pilot 
				became disoriented, bailed out.  Was never heard from again.  
52-132546		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132546 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				suffered engine failure and crashed on takeoff from  Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, Thailand Dec 1, 1969.  
				Pilot survived. 
52-132548		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132548 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by
				ground fire near Dan Phon, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Jun 21, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
52-132562		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132562 transferred to USAF.  With 1131st Special Activity Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing 
				crashed and exploded 10 mi NE of Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Sep 5, 1965 while on training mission.  Both crew killed.
52-132569		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132569 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				AAA near Ban Loboy, Savannakhet Province, Laos Nov 11, 1967.  Pilot bailed out and was recovered by HH-3E Jolly 
				Green helicopter.
52-132579		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132579 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing  hit by ground 
				fire near Ban Phiaha, Attopeu Province, Laos Sep 5, 1967.  Pilot able to fly a few miles away from target and 
				bailed out.  Pilot rescued by VNAF helicopter.
52-132582		Douglas A-1G Skyraider 
				Ex USN BuNo 132582 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA near
				Ban Thapachon, Khammouan Province, Laos Apr 26, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by helicopter.
52-132587		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132587 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire over Phou Pha Thi, Houaphan Province, Laos Mar 13, 1968 while attacking a radar site that had 
				been overrun by enemy forces.  Pilot KIA.
52-132588		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132588 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing suffered 
				engine failure over South Vietnam and collided with another unknown aircraft in midair Sep 8, 1966.  Pilot 
				bailed out and was rescued.  Pilot of other aircraft landed safely.
52-132593		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132593 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing 
				collided in midair with A-1E 52-133880 while on close air support mission over Binh Dinh Province, South 
				Vietnam Oct 2, 1965.  Both pilots killed.
52-132598		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
			Ex USN BuNo 132598.  During testing at Eglin Air Force Base, FL, maintenance personnel determined it had been overstressed 
			and was no longer safe to fly. Since all A-1 aircraft at Hurlburt Field had been given to the South Vietnamese Air Force, the USAF 
			Museum took control of this aircraft and permitted it to be displayed at Hurlburt Field. It was dropped from the Navy inventory in 1971 and 
			installed and dedicated at Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park on May 30, 1972.
52-132600		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132600 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down near 
				Kagnontanh, Savannakhet Province, Laos while on administrative flight from Nha Trang, South Vietnam to
				Udorn, Thailand Nov 16, 1966.  3 bailed out, 2 recovered by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter, but third
				was captured by Pathet Lao troops and shot.
52-132601		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132601 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group damaged by own 
				bomb blast and crashed into ground Chau Doc, An Giag Province, South Vietnam Apr 18, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
52-132605		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132605 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing  shot down by 
				ground fire near Ap Thien, 50 Miles South of Phan Rang, Ninh Thuan Province, South Vietnam Dec 14, 1966.  Pilot 
				bailed out and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
52-132612		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132612 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				hit by ground fire 70 Miles West of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Jan 9, 1970.  Headed south but forced
				to bail out near Muang Poi, Laos.  Pilot rescued by USAF HH-53C Super Jolly Green helicopter from 40th ARRS.
52-132624		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132624 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by AAA 
				13 mi NW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 1, 1966.  Headed back to base at Udorn, Thailand 
				and was almost there when aircraft became uncontrollable and pilot was forced to bail out.  He was rescued.
52-132625		Douglas A-1G Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132625 transferred to USAF.  With 1131st Special Activity Squadron disappeared over Quang Nam 
				Province, South Vietnam Aug 2, 1965.  Plane and pilot never heard from again.
52-132633		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132633 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire near Chanum, Sekong Province, Laos Nov 10, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-132634		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132634 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing destroyed 
				on ground in VC mortar attack at Pleiku AB, South Vietnam Apr 22, 1966.  
52-132637		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132637 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing 
				crashed Dec 26, 1965 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam while on test flight.  Pilot killed.
52-132638 		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132638 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				AAA 10 mi S of Attopeu City, Attopeu Province, Laos May 3, 1967.  Pilot KIA
52-132640		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132640 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by 
				ground fire near Phuoc Vinh, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam Dec 1, 1964.  Pilot and South Vietnam 
				observer bailed out and were rescued by helicopter, but the South Vietnamese observer was dead when rescued.
52-132644		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132644 transferred to USAF.  Crashed Jun 24, 1965 near Avon Park, FL in practice dogfight with F-100.
52-132646		Douglas A-1E Skyraider.
				Ex USN BuNo 132646 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire near Ban Nakok, Khammouan Province, Laos Oct 21, 1968.  Pilot bailed and was rescued 
				next day by HH-53 Super Jolly Green Helicopter. 
52-132648		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132648 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by AAA 13 mi NW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-132649		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132649 transferred to USAF.  Used in rescue of downed airman March 10, 1966 at Special Forces camp
				at A Shau, for which Maj Bernard G. Fisher was awarded the Medal of Honor.  This plane
				is now on display at National Museum of USAF, Dayton, OH.  The plane at Hill AFB, UT is actually
				a VNAF Skyraider made up to look like this aircraft.  There is a photo of this plane lying on
				a scrapheap (not sure of the date).  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group , this plane caught fire and 
				crashed while on interdiction mission near Can Tho, South Vietnam Mar 21, 1965.  Both crew KIA.  Air Force
				claims they recovered this plane with CH-54 Skycrane and repeared it at Tan Son Nhut AB and returned it
				to Bien Hoa and repaired it.
52-132654		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132654 transferred to USAF.   With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by AAA 
				near Giong Dua, Tra Vinh Province, South Vietnam Oct 2, 1964.  Both crew KIA.
52-132656		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132656 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by 
				ground fire near Ap Vinh Tho, Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam Sep 23, 1964.  Pilot rescued by helicopter, 
				South Vietnamese observer captured and became POW.
52-132659		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132659 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing , hit by ground 
				fire at Dong Phat, 10 mi N of DMZ in North Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.  Able to fly to Hue and crash land.  Pilot OK.
52-132663		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132663 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire near Ban Pa Kha, Attopeu Province, Laos Oct 6, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
52-132665		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 123665 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing crashed 
				into the top of a hill 5 mi NE of Chavane, Paravane Province, Laos Feb 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-132666		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132666 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed due to 
				pilot error Jan 17, 1965 during close support mission in South Vietnam.  Pilot and South Vietnamese 
				observer both killed.
52-132667		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132667 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing collided in 
				midair with A-1E 52-133925 9 mi S of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jun 6, 1968.  Pilot bailed 
				out and was rescued but observer was killed.  Pilot of other A-1E was killed.
52-132668		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132668 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire 10 mi NW of DMZ and 10 mi SW of Ban Karai Pass, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Jul 21, 1968.  
				Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
52-132670		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132670 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing crashed 
				due to pilot error in South Vietnam Jul 29, 1965.  Pilot survived.
52-132674		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132674 transferred to USAF.  Formerly assigned to the Naval Air Test Center at NAS Patuxent 
				River Maryland in 1964.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing suffered engine
				failure and crash landed at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, Thailand Jan 27, 1970.  Pilot survived.
52-132675		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132675 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing, shot down by ground
				fire near Thon Cam Son, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 10, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-132678		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132678 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing, shot down by ground
				fire 100 Miles NW of Vinh, Nghe An Province,  North Vietnam Aug 9, 1967.  Pilot KIA
52-132680		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132680 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by MiG-17 gunfire 10 mi E of Na San, North Vietnam Apr 29, 1966.  Pilot KIA
52-132681		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132681 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire 
				25 Miles South of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam in Saravane Province, Laos Jun 4, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
52-132699		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 132699 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing 
				crashed for unknown cause while on a RESCAP rescue mission off Dong Hoi North Vietnam Sep 10, 1965.  
				Pilot bailed out over water and was rescued by USAF HU-16 amphibian.
52-133855		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133855 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by ground fire 
				while flying a close air support mission over Plei Mei, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot bailed
				out and was rescued.
52-133857		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133857 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire near Muang Khongxedon 25 mi N of Pakse, Saravane Province, Laos Jun 17, 1972.  Pilot KIA.  
				Was last A-1 Skyraider pilot lost in Vietnam.
52-133860		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex US BuNo 133860 transferred to USAF.  To South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.	
52-133864		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133864 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA 45 mi
				W of Da Nang, South Vietnam Mar 12, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by helicopter.
52-133865		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133865 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing, 
				shot down by SA-7 missile S of Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1972.  Pilot bailed and was rescued by 
				US Army helicopter.
52-133867		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133867 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by ground 
				fire and landed on airstrip at CIDG Special Forces Camp, A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam 
				Mar 10, 1966.  Another A-1E flown by Maj. Bernard Fisher landed next to his plane and picked him up.  Maj. Fisher was
				awarded the Medal of Honor.
52-133869		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133869 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing, collided in 
				midair with A-1E 52-133899 over Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Jun 9, 1966.  Both pilots killed.
52-133871		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133871 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by ground 
				fire over Ban Nalong Storage Area in Laos May 1, 1966.  Was able to fly a few miles from target area, pilot bailed
				out and was rescued.
52-133872		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133872 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing, shot down by 
				AAA about 20 mi SE of Sam Neau, Laos Aug 4, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-133873		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133873 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire near Ban Nampakhon, Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 18, 1967.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued 
				by USAF helicopter.
52-133880		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133880 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing  
				collided in midair with A-1E 52-132593 Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Oct 2, 1965.  Both pilots killed.
52-133882		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133882 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire 5 mi W of Da Nang, South Vietnam Apr 8, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF HH-43 helicopter.
52-133883		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133883 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing  
				shot down by ground fire 25 mi NW of PhuCat, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Jul 23, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
52-133885		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133885 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing shot down
				by ground fire Feb 15, 1966 in mission over Laos.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  Not known what happened to him.			
52-133886		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133886 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by ground 
				fire over South Vietnam Apr 17, 1965.  Pilot survived.
52-133888		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133888 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				automatic weapons fire near Muang Xepon, Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 13, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
52-133889		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133889 transferred to USAF.  Collided Jun 16, 1965 in midair with 52-135040 over
				Pleiku Province, South Vietnam
52-133890		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133890 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire NE of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province,  North Vietnam Jul 1, 1966.   Pilot KIA.
52-133896		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133896 transferred to USAF.  noted at MASDC 1971.  To South Vietnam AF.
52-133897		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133897 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing shot 
					down by ground fire 5 miles E of Plei Mei, Gia Lai Province South Vietnam Oct 21, 1965.  Pilot bailed out
					and rescued by USAF HH-43 helicopter.
52-133898		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133898 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing shot 
				down by automatic weapons fire LZ X-Ray Ia Drang, 35 Miles Southwest of Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
				Nov 14, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
52-133899		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133899 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing collided 
				in midair with A-1E 52-133869 over Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Jun 9, 1966.  Both crew killed.
52-133901		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133901 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group destroyed at 
				Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam when B-57B with bombs exploded May 16, 1965.
52-133905 		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133905 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				MiG-17 gunfire 25 mi SE of Hoa Binh City, Hoa Binh Province, North Vietnam Apr 19, 1967.  Pilot KIA
52-133907		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133907 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing suffered 
				engine failure over South Vietnam Jan 28, 1966 and crashed.  Pilot survived.
52-133908		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133908 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 2nd Air Division shot down by ground 
				fire 5 Miles South of Sepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos Feb 24, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-133909		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133909 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				AAA near Ban Nakay About 10 Miles East of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province,Laos May 19, 1967/  Pilot KIA.
52-133910		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133910 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing hit by 
				ground fire near Tuy Hoa, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct 12, 1965.  Pilot ditched the aircraft and was 
				rescued by helicopter.
52-133913		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133913 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by automatic
				weapons fire 12 miles W of Khe Sanh Over Savannakhet Province, Laos Jul 13, 1967.  Pilot rescued by VNAF
				H-34 helicopter.
52-133914		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133914 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire Mar 4, 1970 near Ban Boung, Laos 35 Miles West of The (DMZ).  Pilot bailed and was 
				rescued by USAF HH-53C Super Jolly Green from 40th ARRS.
52-133915		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133915 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing shot
				down by anti-aircraft fire over South Vietnam Oct 4, 1965.  Pilot KIA.  Also reported as being with 
				1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing and collided in midair with A-1E
				52-132667 9 miles S of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jun 6, 1968.  Pilot killed
52-133918		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133918 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot 
				down by ground fire near Ban Katoi 25 Miles West of Dong Hoi just across the North Vietnamese border with 
				Laos Jun 29, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF HH-3 helicopter.
52-133926		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133926 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by ground 
				fire near Ban Pa Ka, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Nov 29, 1966.  Pilot able to fly over 70 mi to the west before 
				crashing near Ban Nam Tia, Laos.  Pilot KIA.
52-133927		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133927 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing, 
				shot down by automatic weapons fire Muong Soui, Xiangkhoang Province Laos Jun 28, 1969.  Both crew bailed out and
				were rescued.
52-133928		Douglas A-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133928 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire 30 Miles South of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Sep 12, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
52-133987		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133987 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing  crashed 
				in Thailand Dec 8, 1965.  Pilot killed.
52-133989		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133989 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing collided 
				with C-123B 55-4519 over An Khe, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jan 13, 1966.  Pilot and 6 on board the 
				C-123B all killed.
52-133990		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 133990 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing  
				hit by ground fire near Ban Pho, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Apr 9, 1969.  Able to fly about 55 mi NW of Nakhon 
				Phanom, Thailand where pilot bailed out and was rescued.
52-134471		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134471 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				crashed in Thailand due to engine faiure Mar 14, 1970.  Pilot killed. 
52-134508		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134508 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Opeations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				hit by ground fire 5 mi SW of Sopka, Houaphan Province, Laos Dec 10, 1968.  Was able to fly away from enemy troops
				and pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-134518		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134518 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire near Ban That, Vientiane Province, Laos Mar 26, 1969.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by
				USAF HH-53 Super Jolly Green helicopter.
52-134562		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134562 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				aborted takeoff at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, exploded and burned Mar 15, 1969.  Pilot survived.
52-134568		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134568 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing landed badly 
				at Pleiku AB, South Vietnam and a bomb exploded Jun 23, 1968.   Pilot killed.
52-134570		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134570 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations
				Wing shot down by AAA over MuGia Pass, Khammouan Province, Laos Jan 11, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
52-134577		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134577 transferred to USAF.
52-134588		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134588 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Tchepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jan 18, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
52-134614		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134614 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron, 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by automatic weapons fire near Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Jun 12, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
52-134622		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134622 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing hit by 
				ground fire near Ban Len in Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Sep 16, 1971.  Landed at small
				airstrip at Ban Nam Tia, but on touchdown tires blew and the pilot retracted the landing gear.  Plane
				was dropped by a CH-54 helicopter trying to fly it out in high winds.
52-134632		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134632 transferred to USAF.  With 56th SOW, 602nd SOS, shot down by 37mm AAA near Tchepone, 
				Laos Jan 17, 1969.  Pilot rescued.
52-134989 		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134989 transferred to USAF.
52-134997		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 134997 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by ground fire 
				10 Miles East of Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Nov 22, 1966.  Flew to Da Nang where it crash landed
				on the runway.  Crew of 2 survived.
52-135005		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135005 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed in South 
				Vietnam Mar 6, 1965. Pilot survived.
52-135007		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135007 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire near Ban Phahoy, Kammouan Province,  Laos Dec 31, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
52-135021		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135021 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing destroyed in 
				VC mortar attack at Pleiku AB, South Vietnam Apr 22, 1966.
52-135040		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135040 transferred to USAF.  Collided Jun 16, 1965 in midair with 133889 (52-133889)
				over Pleiku Province, Vietnam.
52-135043		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135043 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by automatic
				weapons fire 5 Miles Southwest of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Feb 8, 1968.  Pilot KIA.  Pilot awarded Silver
				Star posthumously for this action.
52-135129		Douglas A-1G Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135129 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				damaged during landing at forward airstrip in Laos Aug 28, 1968.  DBR and scrapped
52-135141		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135141 transferred to USAF. With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing  
				shot down by SA-7 missile S of Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1972.  Pilot bailed out and was 
				rescued by US Army helicopter.
52-135154		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135154 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				damaged by ground fire near Ban Sephan, Khammouan Province, Laos Mar 20, 1970.  Able to fly 10 mi away from 
				area where pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF HH-53C Super Jolly Green
52-135165		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135165 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing crashed due 
				to engine failure Mar 11, 1968.  Pilot survived.
52-135187		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135187 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by small arms fire over Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Sep 30, 1971.  Both crew KIA.
52-135195		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135195 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire near Ban Len in The Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Feb 11, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
52-135201		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135201 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA 15 Miles East of Ban Napoung, Khammouan Province, Laos Mar 25, 1969.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				by USAF HH-53 Super Jolly Green
52-135202		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135202 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing suffered 
				engine failure over South Vietnam and crashed May 23, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
52-135211		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135211 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by  ground fire near Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Nov 11, 1969.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued 
				by USAF HH-53 Super Jolly Green helicopter.
52-135242		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135242 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				crashed on takeoff at Da Nang Air Base, South Vietnam Aug 14, 1970.  Pilot survived.
52-135251		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135251 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire near Ban Pa Kha, Attopeu Province, Laos Jul 10, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by Air America
				helicopter.
52-135263		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135263 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadrin 56th Special Operations Wing shot 
				down by AAA Ban Karai Pass, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Jul 28, 1970.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				by HH-53 Super Jolly Green helicopter from 37th ARRS.
52-135272		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135272 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire Kham Duc Special Forces Camp, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam May 12, 1968.  Pilot bailed and 
				was rescued by US Army helicopter.
52-135273 		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135273 transferred to USAF.  Crashed with 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations 
				Wing in Laos Dec 17, 1969.  Also reported as BuNo 135273 with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
52-135275		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135275 transferred to USAF. With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing hit 
				by ground fire near Ban Len in The Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province,  Laos Mar 19, 1970.  Able to fly back 
				to Thailand but pilot had to bail out 25 mi W of Nakhon Phanon, Thailand.  Pilot rescued.
52-135282		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135282 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down 
				by ground fire near Ban Kate, Savannakhet Province, Laos May 31, 1968 while trying to protect a downed pilot waiting
				for rescue.  Pilot bailed out and evaded enemy for several days before he was captured and became a POW.
52-135291		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135291 transferred to USAF.  Hit by ground fire  while Attacking a Truck on Route 922 in Laos 
				Jun 25, 1968. Crashed 30 Miles West of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam. Pilot KIA.
52-135305		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135305 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire 20 Miles West of Kham Duc Special Forces Camp South Vietnam in Saravane Province, Laos 
				Sep 29, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
52-135314 		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135314 transferred to USAF.   With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special 
				Operations Wing, shot down by small arms fire near Ban Na in The Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos
				Jun 18, 1971.  Pilot KIA.
52-135324		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135324 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing hit by ground fire
				10 Miles West of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Feb 12, 1968.  Able to fly 10 mi to the west, where pilot
				bailed out and was rescued by Air America helicopter.
52-135326		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135326 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA Northeast of Ban Pa Kha, Attopeu Province, Laos Aug 9, 1968.  Pilot KIA
52-135332 		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135332 transferred to USAF July 14, 1967.  Served in 4410th and 4407th Combat Crew Training Squadrons and
    				1st Special Operations Wing at Hurlburt Field, FL.  Used to train Vietnamese Air Force [VNAF] pilots, 1967-1972.
				Transferred to VNAF as 135332, Aug. 25, 1972..  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				Transferred by USAF letter from RTAF, Takli, to “Yesterday's Air Force".  Mr. David C. Tallichet [YAF] also 
				rescued three other A1-Hs from the RTAF, Aug. 9, 1978.  To Yesterdays Air Force, Chino, CA, 1978-1983.
				Registration N32612 reserved but not taken up.  Stored in original military configuration, Long Beach, CA, 
				Jan. 1980-1983.  To Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Chino, CA, 1983-1992.
				N39148 registered Apr 26, 1983, cancelled Nun 11, 2013.  Ferried by David C. Tallichet from Long Beach to 
				Andrews AFB, April 30 to May 2, 1983.  To National Air & Space Museum, Washington D.C., 1983-2008
				Traded to NASM for C-123K.  Stored, awaiting restoration at Paul Garber Facility, MD. 
52-135336		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135336 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing shot 
				down by AAA W of Kham Duc, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam Apr 21, 1970.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF
				helicopter from 40th ARRS
52-135356		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 135356 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				crashed in Thailand due to engine failure Jun 8, 1969.  Pilot killed.
52-137496		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137496 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing  hit 
				by ground fire over A Shau Valley Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Jan 10, 1969.  Headed away from valley 
				over the hills but pilot had to bail out 25 mi SW of Da Nang.  Pilot was rescued.
52-137512		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137512 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing  
				shot down by ground fire near Muang Pot, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Jul 4, 1969.  Pilot bailed out but was
				killed by enemy troops. 
52-137520		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137520 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing 
				suffered engine failure over South Vietnam and crashed Jul 19, 1969.  Pilot survived.
52-137539		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137539 transferred to USAF.   With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				crashed into side of mountain near Ban Paka Noy, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Oct 27, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
52-137543		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137543 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire Muong Soui, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Jul 2, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
52-137546		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137546 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire over Ho Chi Minh Trail 20 Miles West of Mu Gia Pass Khammouan Province, Laos Dec 18, 1968.  
				Pilot KIA.
52-137552		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137552 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				hit by ground fire near Ban Dong Pang, Khammouan Province, Laos Dec 29, 1969.  Was able to fly back to about 
				8 mi S of Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB where pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter.
52-137559		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137559 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire 20 mi southwest of Da Nang in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jan 10, 1969.  
				Pilot bailed out but was killed when chute only partially deployed.
52-137601		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137601 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot by AAA in DMZ
				buffer zone, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jul 2, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
52-137612		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137612 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire near Muang Buk 50 Miles North of Pleiku, Kontum Province, South Vietnam May 5, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
52-137620		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137620 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing Pleiku, South 
				Vietnam  shot down by ground fire 15 mi west of Tam Ky, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
52-137622		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 137622 transferred to USAF.  Crashed in Thailand Mar 23, 1972 following engine failure.  Pilot  escaped.
52-139575		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139575 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				small arms fire near Sopka 25 Miles West of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos July 9, 19678.  Pilot bailed out and was
				rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-139579		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139579 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing shot 
				down by automatic weapons fire near Ban Pho, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Mar 18, 1969.  Pilot bailed out and was 
				rescued by HH-53 Super Jolly Green helicopter.
52-139584		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139584 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing hit by AAA 
				near Ban Alao, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jun 1, 1968.  Tried to fly back to Thailand but engine failed and 
				pilot bailed out and was rescued.
52-139594		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139594 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				crashed on landing at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base Thailand Aug 11, 1968.  Pilot killed.
52-139598		Douglas EA-1E Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139598 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire 5 mi E of Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Dec 24, 1970.  Pilot bailed out but was KIA.
52-139621		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139621 transferred to USAF. With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire near Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Apr 6, 1970.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued 
				by USAF HH-53C Super Jolly Green helicopter from 40th ARRS.
52-139641		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139641 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				suffered engine failure over Thailand and crashed Mar 1, 1969.  Pilot survived.
52-139668		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139668 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by automatic weapons fire near Dak Seang Special Forces Camp, Kontum Province, South Vietnam Apr 25, 1970.
				Pilot bailed out and was rescued by friendly troops.
52-139678		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139678 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing hit by ground fire
				near Ban Hat Den, Houaphan Province, Laos Mar 18, 1968.  Was able to fly to Thailand but had to make forced
				landing 25 mi From Udorn, Thailand.  Pilot survived.
52-139702		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139702 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by small arms fire 10 mi W of  Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jul 28, 1971.  Pilot bailed out
				and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
52-139730		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139730 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				DBR in landing accident at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Jul 26, 1971.  Pilot survived.
52-139734		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139734 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by small arms fire 15 Miles West of Khe Sanh Over Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 6, 1971.  Pilot 
				bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-139735		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139735 transferred to USAF. With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA 15 mi NE of  Muang Fangdeng, Laos Oct 27, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-139738		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139738 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing  
				shot down by ground fire near Ban Namfeng, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Sep 28, 1972.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				by Air America helicopter.  Last US A-1 lost in Vietnam.
52-139739		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139739 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by small arms fire 15 mi NW of Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Sep 22, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
52-139776		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139776 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing  
				shot down by ground fire near Cang Dong 20 Miles South of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jul 28, 1970.  
				Pilot KIA.
52-139789		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139789 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing suffered
				engine failure over Thua Thien Province South Vietnam and crashed during strike mission Oct 7, 1970.  
				Pilot KIA.
52-139799		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139799 transferred to USAF.  With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				hit by ground fire west of Ban Sephan, Khammouan Province, Laos Jan 22, 1970.  Headed back to base but only made it
				20 mi NW of Nakhon Phanom airbase in Thailand, where pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-139811		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139811 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing suffered
				engine failure and crashed on takeoff from Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, Thailand Dec 21, 1969.
				Pilot survived.
52-139821		Douglas A-1H Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 139821 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Special Operations Squadron 633rd Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire 1 mi S of Ban Sephan, Khammouan Province, Laos Nov 12, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
52-142015		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142015 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA 12 Miles of West of Kham Duc, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam Apr 22, 1970.  Pilot bailed 
				out and was rescued by USAF helicopter
52-142016		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142016 transferred to USAF.  Later to South Vietnam AF
52-142023		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142023 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing  
				shot down by ground fire 10 Miles West of Na Khang, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Mar 1, 1969.  Pilot KIA
52-142029		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142029 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire over  Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Apr 26, 1969.  Pilot KIA
52-142030		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142030 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				crashed at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, Thailand when looped on takeoff and caught fire Oct 2, 1969.  Bombs
				exploded, killing the pilot.
52-142033		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142033 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by small-arms fire near Sopka 20 Miles West of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Dec 8, 1968.  Pilot 
				bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
52-142035		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142035 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by small arms fire near Sopka 20 Miles West of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Dec 8, 1968 while 
				flying RESCAP for 52-142033.  Pilot KIA.
52-142043		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142043 transferred to USAF.   With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA 25 Miles West of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued 
				by USAF HH-53 Super Jolly Green helicopter.
52-142048		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142048 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA 
				30 Miles West of The A Shau Valley, South Vietnam in Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 25, 1968.  Pilot bailed
				out and was rescued.
52-142053		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142053 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire 20 Miles North of Nam Ngum Reservoir, Vientiane Province, Laos Aug 2, 1971.  Pilot KIA.
52-142059		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142059 transferred to USAF.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by 
				ground fire near Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam May 7, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by US Army
				helicopter

52-142063		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142063 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA near Ban Gnang, Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 18, 1972.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by 
				Air America UH-43D helicopter.
52-142065		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142065 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA near Ban Sephan, Khammouan Province, Laos Mar 21, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
52-142070		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142070 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by AAA W of Kham Duc, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam Apr 21, 1970.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by
				USAF helicopter from 40th ARRS.
52-142072		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142072 transferred to USAF Feb 27, 1968.  Delivered to McClellan AFB, CA, Oct 14. 1968
				Assigned to 633rd SOW Nov 5, 1968.  Assigned to 56th SOW, 602nd SOS, 1Dec 12, 1968.
				Damaged by ground fire over northern Laos Dec 21, 1968. Gear up landing at Udorn RTAFB, Thailand. 
				SOC Dec 28, 1968. Placed on display at Nakhon Phanom RTAFB.  Donated to RTAF Museum by 1979
52-142077		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142077 transferred to USAF.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire near Ban Nam, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Apr 6, 1971.  Pilot bailed out and was 
				rescued by Air America helicopter.
52-142080		Douglas A-1J Skyraider
				Ex USN BuNo 142080 transferred to USAF.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
				shot down by ground fire 25 Miles Northeast of Saravan, Saravane Province, Laos Feb 15, 1969.  Pilot KIA.


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