Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised April 16, 2017


40-1621 PT-13B (MSN 75-178) is registered as N54410.

41-806 PT-13B (MSN 75-866) was registered as N55721, now registered N41806.

41-8076 PT-17 (MSN 75-1635) is registered N61322.

41-8892 PT-17 (MSN 75-2451) is registered as N56772.

41-25790 PT-17 (MSN 75-3747) is registered N55900.

42-15829 PT-27 (MSN 75-4018) is registered N747Q.

42-16159 PT-17 (MSN 75-4322) was registered as N5096N, became N54X, cancelled 11/8/63.

42-16201 PT-17 (MSN 75-4364) is registered as N54663.

42-16452 PT-17 (MSN 75-4615) is registered N49713.

42-16461 PT-17 (MSN 75-4624) was registered N63512, then N450MS, now N450BB.

42-17513 PT-13D (MSN 75-5676) is registered N4864N.


44-82420 AT-6F (MSN 121-43202) to USN as SJN-6 112239, is registered as N6442D.



First up, an important fix needed. 53-3391, T-34A, MSN G-152 is NOT the plane which went to Chile. 
The plane for Chile was never a USAF bird, rather it was c/n CG-152. The two construction numbers have 
led to some confusion which I’ve uncovered. I don’t understand the similar construction numbers, and have 
wondered if the CG is Canadian built. 53-3391 was originally registered as N91DS before becoming N53BR.

Now for a bunch of Stearmans (and one T-33A)

41-8174 PT-17 (MSN 75-1733) is registered N51904.

41-8342 PT-17 (MSN 75-1901) is registered as N941MG.

41-8857 PT-17 (MSN 75-2416) is registered N68253.

42-15619 PT-27 (MSN 75-3808) is registered N59031.

42-16188 PT-17 (MSN 75-4351) is registered N93X.

42-16972 PT-17, you have a typo with an extra number as N13078N; should be N1307N.

42-17097 PT-13D (MSN 75-5260) is registered N68488.

42-17704 PT-13D (MSN 75-5867) is registered N72AA.

42-17714 PT-13D (MSN 75-5877) is registered N4593N, displayed at Discovery Park of America, Union City, TN

52-9797 T-33A is now at Ft. Wayne, IN airport.

62-4395 (34 TFS) crashed through barrier Apr 5, 1967 at Korat due to fouled drag chute.  Landing gear sheared off.  Pilot OK,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
P-38 44-24838 c/n 422-5842 432BU
crashed during training Feb-9-1945
60 miles east of Bend Oregon w/o

42-38896 AT-17B (MSN 3105) is registered N69702

42-39296 UC-78B (MSN 3505) was registered N75609, cancelled 2 March 1990, now with Aerospace Museum, Campos dos Alfonsos, Rio de Janeiro.

53-4121 T-34A (MSN CCF 34-90) is registered N5567V.

55-188 T-34A (MSN G-745) was registered N295E, now is N134HR.

55-200 T-34A (MSN G-757) is registered N34KW.

55-204 T-34A (MSN G-761) was registered N7132E, now is N634M.

55-233 T-34A (MSN G-790) was registered N790RH, now registered N790JW.

55-271 T-34A (MSN G-828) is registered N74032.

55-274 T-34A (MSN G-831) is registered N574, and went to the Civil Air Patrol after retirement from the USAF, 
ca 1961 (don’t have information about its CAP registration)

59-0283 T-37B was scrapped in 2010.

60-0121 T-37B was scrapped in 2004

60-0125 T-37B was scrapped in 2014.
42-7479 (392nd BG, 577th BS, "War Horse") shot down by Oblt. Fritz Carstens in Me-110G-4 of NJG 5/9. over North Sea 
off Germany Jan 4, 1944. 10 KIA. MACR 1909.
42-7487 (392nd BG, 576th BS, "Million $ Baby") shot down by Hptm. Werner Borchers in Me-110G-4 of NJG 5/III. 
Stab near Niebüll, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 4 KIA, 6 POW. MACR 1907.
42-40046 (385th BG, 551st BS) shot down by a Me-110G-4 at Lütjenholm, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 10 POW. MACR 1897.
41-23810 (93rd BG, 329th BS, "Tarfu") shot down by a Me-110G-4 of NJG 5 2 km SW of Süderschmedeby, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 
6 KIA, 3 POW. MACR 8342.
42-52083 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "Out House Mouse") shot down by a Me-110G-4 of NJG 5 8 km N of Bredstedt, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 
10 KIA. MACR 1911.
42-7482 (392nd BG, 577th BS, "Shack Rat") shot down by a Me-110G-4 of NJG 5 at Langeness Island, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 
10 KIA. MACR 1908.
42-7485 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "Alfred") crashlanded at Pretty Corner, Sheringham, UK Jan 4, 1944. 4 killed, 
1 died of injuries 4 days later, 5 OK. MACR 16033.
B-24H 
41-28820 December 11, 1944 MACR 11335 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Frankfurt Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Hanau Germany. 
All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
41-28884 November 26, 1944 MACR 10762 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 East of Misburg Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at 
Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
41-28987 June 21, 1944 MACR 7256 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Baltringen Near Biberach an der Riss Germany While on a Mission on The 
Marshalling Yards at Kempten Bavaria Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out And Were Captured and Became 
POWs. Released in 1945. 
41-29464 November 26, 1944 MACR 10763 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Pattensen 12.5 km South of Hannover Germany While on 
a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (4) Crew Were Killed. 
(5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
42-51088 February 15, 1945 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Landing Accident at (RAF Oulton Airfield) Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-51113 July 12, 1944 MACR 6994 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Landed at Payerne Airfield Payerne Switzerland After Aircraft Was Losing Altitude and Could Not Keep Up With The Formation 
While on a Mission to Munich Germany. All (9) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Returned in December 1944. 
Aircraft Returned on October 11, 1945. 
42-51218 July 21, 1944 MACR 7257 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Ditched off Coast of England in The North Sea Due to Flak Damage While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at 
Kempten Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed When He Drownws. (8) Crew Survived and Were Rescued. 
42-51225 January 19, 1945 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed on Take off Northwest of (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England. Unknown Number of 
Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-95007 November 26, 1944 MACR 11159 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed North of Deckbergen 6.5 km Northwest of Rinteln Germany While 
on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (9) Crew Killed. 
(1) Crewman Bailed Out & Captured & Became a POW. Released in 1945. 
42-95104 October 2, 1944 MACR 9427 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Berge 3 km South of Hamm Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards 
at Hamm Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Survived and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
42-95191 June 20, 1944 MACR 8232 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Crash Landed on a Beach at Greatstone-On-Sea New Romney Kent England While Returning From a Mission to St. Martin Fleury France. 
(4) Crew Were Killed (2) After Crew Bailed Before Crash. (7) Crew Survived. 
42-95301 June 11, 1944 MACR 7859 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Creil France and Ditched off Beachy Head East Sussex England in The English Channel After 
(3) Engines Failed While Returning From a Mission on The Airfield at Creil France. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew 
Survived and Were Rescued By Air Sea Rescue. 
42-95310 June 2, 1944 MACR 5391 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed on The Border of Beaumont Airfield 3 km East of Beaumont France While on a 
Mission on The Airfield at Bretigny France. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Killed and (4) Were Captured and 
Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Crew Evaded Capture. 
B-24J 
42-50462 February 22, 1945 MACR 12653 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed South of Hannover Germany Due to Engine Failure While on a Mission on the Marshalling Yards at Eschwege Germany. 
All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
42-50572 August 13, 1944 MACR 7917 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire France and Crashed 8 km Southwest of Fecamp France While on a Tactical Mission to Le Havre 
France. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (8) Crew Evaded Capture. 
42-50668 February 19, 1945 MACR 15330 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed into a Hillside at Black Hameldon 4 Miles East of Burnley Lancashire England Due to Low Clouds While on an 
Administrative Flight to Burtonwood England. (3) Crew and (5) Passengers Were Killed. (5) Were Killed in The Crash 
and (3) Died Later of Their Injuries. (2) Crew and (1) Passengers Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-50680 February 26, 1945 MACR 12770 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed Near Rakoniewice Poland Due to Engine Failure While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Berlin Germany. 
All (11) Crew Bailed Out Over Russian Lines and Returned. 
42-50749 March 24, 1945 MACR 13615 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Small Arms Fire Near Wesel Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne 
Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. (3) Engines Caught Fire and Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air 
50 Feet off The Ground. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
42-50793 January 5, 1945 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed on Take off 1/2 Mile East of (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England During a Snow Storm. 
All (9) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-51253 November 26, 1944 MACR 11108 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 at Bledeln 15 km North of Hildesheim Germany While on a Mission on The 
Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Believed Fw 190A-8 Flown By Uffz. Fischer of JG 301/8. (3) Crew Were Killed. 
(6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-24J 
42-51255 November 11, 1944 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crash Landed 1 1/2 Miles North of (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-51471 January 16, 1945 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Forced Landing at Stowgate Farm Deeping Lincolnshire England Due to Weather. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-51521 October 3, 1944 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed During Wheels Up Belly Landing at (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-51530 November 26, 1944 MACR 10767 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Near Anna-Tower at Deister 5 km North of Springe Germany While 
on a Mission on The Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (5) Crew Were Killed. 
(5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
42-110155 March 30, 1945 MACR 16234 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Ditched 20 Miles East of The Frisian Islands Norway in The North Sea After (1) Engine Failed and Aircraft Was Losing 
Altitude Constantly While Returning From a Mission on The Docks at Wilhelmshaven Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed By The 
Icy Water. (2) Crew Survived and Were Rescued By an Air Sea Rescue Boat. 
42-110158 July 21, 1944 MACR 7259 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Crashed at Grosselfingen Germany Due to Engine Fire While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Kempten Germany. 
All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
42-110167 November 26, 1944 MACR 10768 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Bradenbeck Germany While on a Mission on Refinery 
at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (8) Crew Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and 
Became POWs. (1) Released in 1945. (1) Died of His Wounds in Captivity. 
42-110169 June 8, 1944 MACR 15233 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Crash Landed at (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England After One Engine Failed After Take off. Pilot 
Aborted Mission to La Vicomte-sur-Rance France and Tried to Keep Aircraft Airborne and Dragged One Wing and 
Crashed and Exploded on Impact. (2) of The (4) 1,000 lbs Bombs Exploded. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
42-110186 September 27, 1944 MACR 9428 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Lichtenau Germany While Returning From a Mission on The Ordnance Works at 
Kassel Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-10485 November 26, 1944 MACR 10760 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Sarstedt Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery 
at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (3) Crew Were Killed (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-10500 September 26, 1944 MACR 9426 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Ostonnen Near Soest 6 km East of Werl Germany While on a Mission on The 
Marshalling Yards at Hamm Germany. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Exploded. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out 
and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-10534 November 26, 1944 MACR 10761 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Rieste Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery 
at Misburg Germany. Believed Fw 190A-8 Flown By Lt. Frank of JG 301/3. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Bercame POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40073 November 26, 1944 MACR 10764 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed 3 km South of Oerrie 15 km Northwest of Hildesheim Germany 
While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
44-40101 April 20, 1945 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Ground Accident at (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England. Was Declared War Weary After Only 
20 Combat Missions and Used as Group Formation Assembly Ship. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Salvaged. 
44-40108 November 26, 1944 MACR 11155 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Near Anna-Tower at Deister 5 km North of Springe Germany 
While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
44-40117 November 26, 1944 MACR 11156 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed North of Deckbergen 6.5 km Northwest of Rinteln Germany 
While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (7) Crew Killed. 
(2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40129 June 25, 1944 MACR 6722 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Velizy 5 km Southeast of Versailles France While on a Mission on The 
Air Depot at Villacoublay France. Aircraft Broke in Half. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
44-40144 September 12, 1944 MACR 8858 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Trier Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. 
All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945 
44-40162 March 24, 1945 MACR 13551 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 2 Miles Northeast of Wesel Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop 
Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. Aircraft 
Caught Fire and Rolled Over on its Back and Crashed in Flames. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
44-40164 April 20, 1945 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Ground Accident While Parked at (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Salvaged.
B-24J 
44-40165 January 5, 1945 MACR 15843 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crashed and Exploded on Take off 1/2 Mile South of Swaffham Norfolk England During a Blinding Snowstorm. Became Formation Assembly 
Ship After Combat Career Ended. All (10) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
44-40170 September 12, 1944 MACR 8859 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Hannover-Wuelfel Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. 
Aircraft Went Down in a Spin and Crashed. (8) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945. 
44-40200 July 13, 1944 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Crashed at (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England Due to Flak Damage and Losing Fuel While Returning From a 
Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Saarbrucken Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
44-40205 November 26, 1944 MACR 10765 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed 1 km South of Gahrden 12 km Southwest of Hannover Germany 
While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (5) Crew Killed. 
(5) Crew Bailed Out and Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40206 June 4, 1944 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Crashed at Sizewell England Due to High Speed Stall While on a Mission to France. All (10) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
44-40212 November 26, 1944 MACR 11158 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed South of Hannover Germany While on a Mission on The Oil 
Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were 
Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40230 January 1, 1945 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Landing Accident at (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
44-40232 December 11, 1944 MACR 11351 
855th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Crash Landed Near Verdun France After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Hanau Germany. 
All (10) Crew Survived. 
44-40234 September 13, 1944 MACR 8860 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Collided With B-24J (44-40246) Which Had Just Been Hit By Flak and Crashed at Dusseldorf 8 km East of Bitburg Germany While 
on a Mission on The Airfield at Schwabisch Hall Germany. Tail Section Broke off and Aircraft Exploded. (4) Crew Were Killed. 
(6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40241 August 3, 1944 MACR 7755 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Maizicourt 6 km South of Auxi-le-Chateau France While on a Mission to 
Villers L'Hopital France. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Crewman Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. 
(7) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture. 
44-40243 June 5, 1944 MACR 5633 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Metfield Airfield) Station USAAF-366 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Landrethun 5 km Northeast of Marquise France While on a Mission to Boulogne France. 
Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Was Captured and Became a POW. 
Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture. 
44-40246 September 13, 1944 MACR 8861 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Collided With B-24J (44-40234) in Mid Air After Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Spang 8 km East of Bitburg 
Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield at Schwabisch Hall Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and 
Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40271 November 26, 1944 MACR 10766 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Nordsehl Near Minden Germany While on a Mission on 
The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed 
Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 
44-40286 March 24, 1945 MACR 13552 
852nd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Hit By Small Arms Fire and Crashed Near Wesel Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 
17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. Pilot Called and Said He Was Going to 
Crash Land. All (9) Crew Were Killed. 
B-24JSH 
42-51481 January 17, 1945 MACR 11735 
853rd Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 1 km Northeast of Meckelfeld 5 km Southeast of Harburg Germany While on a 
Mission on The Rhenania Oil Refinery at Harburg Germany. Right Wing Broke off and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. 
All (12) Crew Were Killed. 
B-24JSA 
44-40172 November 26, 1944 MACR 11157 
854th Bombardment Squadron 491st Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF North Pickenham Airfield) Station USAAF-143 Norfolk England 
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed North of Dankersen Northeast of Minden Germany While on a 
Mission on The Oil Refinery at Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (7) Crew Were Killed. 
(3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
-24H 
41-29587 May 9, 1944 
848th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Take off Accident at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-94784 June 22, 1944 MACR 6243 
848th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crash Landed Making Wheels Up Belly Landing at (RAF Deanland Airfield) East Sussex England Due to Flak Damage While 
Returning From a Mission to Brie-Comte-Robert France. (9) Crew Bailed Out Over France and (1) Crewman Was Killed. 
(8) Crew Evaded Capture. Co-Pilot Landed Aircraft in England. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-94792 July 29, 1944 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Collided With Another Aircraft Over England. Able to Land. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired. 
42-94821 July 21, 1944 MACR 7843 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crashed Near Dubendorf Airfield Dubendorf Switzerland Due to Two Engines Out While on a Mission to Kempton Germany. 
All (10) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Released in 1945. 
42-94844 June 19, 1944 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Take off Accident at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England. All Crew Survivled. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. 
42-94862 June 7, 1944 
849th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Landing Accident at (RAF Boscombe Down Airfield) Wiltshire England After Ran Out of Fuel. All Crew Survived. 
Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. 
42-94885 June 6, 1944 MACR 6299 
849th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crash Landed on The Beach East of Warmwell Dorset England After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission to France. 
(7) Crew Bailed Out Over The Water. (2) Crew Drowned. (5) Crew Rescued By Air Sea Rescue. (3) Crew Stayed With Aircraft 
and Survived Crash. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-94899 June 6, 1944 
848th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Landing Accident at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. 
B-24J 
44-40442 July 29, 1944 MACR 15191 
849th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crashed on Take off at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England While on a Mission to Germany. Aircraft 
Crashed at The End of The Runway and Exploded. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Escaped Before Aircraft Exploded and 
Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on July 30, 1944. 
44-40464 June 22, 1944 MACR 5936 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Saint Pierre-les-Elbeuf France While on a Mission to Courran-en Erie France. 
One Wing Broke off and Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed in Flames. All (10) Crew Were Killed.
-24H 
41-29587 May 9, 1944 
848th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Take off Accident at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-94784 June 22, 1944 MACR 6243 
848th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crash Landed Making Wheels Up Belly Landing at (RAF Deanland Airfield) East Sussex England Due to Flak Damage While 
Returning From a Mission to Brie-Comte-Robert France. (9) Crew Bailed Out Over France and (1) Crewman Was Killed. 
(8) Crew Evaded Capture. Co-Pilot Landed Aircraft in England. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-94792 July 29, 1944 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Collided With Another Aircraft Over England. Able to Land. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired. 
42-94821 July 21, 1944 MACR 7843 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crashed Near Dubendorf Airfield Dubendorf Switzerland Due to Two Engines Out While on a Mission to Kempton Germany. 
All (10) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Released in 1945. 
42-94844 June 19, 1944 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Take off Accident at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England. All Crew Survivled. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. 
42-94862 June 7, 1944 
849th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Landing Accident at (RAF Boscombe Down Airfield) Wiltshire England After Ran Out of Fuel. All Crew Survived. 
Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. 
42-94885 June 6, 1944 MACR 6299 
849th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crash Landed on The Beach East of Warmwell Dorset England After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission to France. 
(7) Crew Bailed Out Over The Water. (2) Crew Drowned. (5) Crew Rescued By Air Sea Rescue. (3) Crew Stayed With Aircraft 
and Survived Crash. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
42-94899 June 6, 1944 
848th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Landing Accident at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. 
B-24J 
44-40442 July 29, 1944 MACR 15191 
849th Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Crashed on Take off at (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England While on a Mission to Germany. 
Aircraft Crashed at The End of The Runway and Exploded. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Escaped Before Aircraft 
Exploded and Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on July 30, 1944. 
44-40464 June 22, 1944 MACR 5936 
851st Bombardment Squadron 490th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Eye Airfield) Station USAAF-134 Suffolk England 
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Saint Pierre-les-Elbeuf France While on a Mission to Courran-en Erie France. One 
Wing Broke off and Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed in Flames. All (10) Crew Were Killed.
70-15650 (MSN 32001) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135101 on Oct 19, 1971. (Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment at 
CFB Cold Lake) crashed on Apr 6, 1977 near Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada
70-15651 (MSN 32002) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135102 on Apr 19, 1971. Preserved at RCAF Memorial Museum at 
Trenton, Ontario, Canada 
70-15652 (MSN 32003) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135103 on Apr 19, 1971. To civil registry as N212TP on Jan 28, 1998, 
National Test Pilot School, Mojave, CA
70-15653 (MSN 32004) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135104 on Apr 19, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9108Z. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-203, Coded CN-01. Later as EJC4203
70-15654 (MSN 32005) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135105 on Apr 19, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9201B. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-226, Coded CN-29. Returned to USA.
70-15655 (MSN 32006) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135106 on Apr 19, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9193M. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-227, Coded CN-30. Later as EJC4227
70-15656 (MSN 32007) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135107 on Apr 19, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9094F. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-225, Coded CN-22. (BAHEL/DOS) crashed on Aug 1, 2002
70-15657 (MSN 32008) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135108 on Apr 19, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9185B. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-204, Coded CN-02. Later to Colombian Navy as ARC220
70-15658 (MSN 32009) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135109 on Apr 19, 1971. Transferred to US government as N83033 
on Sep 13, 1999. Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5003, Coded N-01. Returned to USA.
70-15659 (MSN 32010) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135110 on May 28, 1971. Transferred to US government as N95624. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-209, Coded CN-03. Later as EJC4209
70-15660 (MSN 32011) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135111 on May 28, 1971. Transferred to US government as N54623. 
Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5006, Coded N-07
70-15661 (MSN 32012) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135112 on May 28, 1971. Transferred to US government as N81568. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-228, Coded CN-31. Returned to USA
70-15662 (MSN 32013) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135113 on May 28, 1971. Transferred to US government as N81526. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-220, Coded CN-32. Later to Colombian Navy as ARC219
70-15663 (MSN 32014) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135114 on May 28, 1971. Preserved at National Aviation Museum in 
Ottawa, Canada in 1998
70-15664 (MSN 32015) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135115 on Jul 20, 1971. (408 Sq) crashed on Oct 10, 1991 
near Burk’s Falls, Ontario, Canada
70-15665 (MSN 32016) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135116 on Jul 20, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9136Z. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-205, Coded CN-04. Later as EJC4205
70-15666 (MSN 32017) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135117 on Jul 20, 1971. Transferred to US government as N12328. 
Carried Colombian style code of CN-34. But never transferred to Colombian
70-15667 (MSN 32018) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135118 on Jul 18, 1971. (430 Sq) crashed on Jun 10, 1972 near 
Valcartier, Canada
70-15668 (MSN 32019) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135119 on Sep 13, 1971. (427 Sq) crashed on Jan 28, 1988 SE 
of Timmins, Ontario, Canada
70-15669 (MSN 32020) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135120 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as 5480G. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-218, Coded CN-33. (BAHEL/DOS) crashed on Aug 15, 2008
70-15670 (MSN 32021) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135121 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as N91903. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-200, Coded CN-05. Later as EJC4200
70-15671 (MSN 32022) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135122 on Sep 19, 1971. (422 Sq) crashed on Jun 21, 1973 near 
Buckingham, PQ, Canada
70-15672 (MSN 32023) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135123 on Sep 17, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9091Q. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-206, Coded CN-06. Later to Colombian Navy as ARC221
70-15673 (MSN 32024) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135124 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as N72643. 
Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5007, Coded N-08. Returned to USA
70-15674 (MSN 32025) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135125 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9136Z. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-207, Coded CN-07. Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5009. Later to Colombian Army as EJC4207
70-15675 (MSN 32026) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135126 on Sep 8, 1971. Transferred to US government as N16985. 
Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5004, Coded N-02. 
70-15676 (MSN 32027) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135127 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred by US government. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-221, Coded CN-21. Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5010
70-15677 (MSN 32028) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135128 on Sep 13, 1971. Later served in Sinai in UN white 
and blue scheme. Crashed on Dec 9, 1989 at El Gorah, Egypt
70-15678 (MSN 32029) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135129 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as N91306. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-223, Coded CN-27. (BAHEL/DOS) crashed on Dec 01, 2003
70-15679 (MSN 32030) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135130 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as N90845. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-232, Coded CN-24. Returned to USA
70-15680 (MSN 32031) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135131 on Sep 13, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9174R. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-210, Coded CN-28. Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5011. Later to Colombian Army as EJC4210
70-15681 (MSN 32032) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135132 on Sep 9, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9121F. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-211, Coded CN-09. Returned to USA
70-15682 (MSN 32033) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135133 on Sep 8, 1971. Transferred to US government as N91974. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-229, Coded CN-23. Later to Colombian Navy as ARC222
70-15683 (MSN 32034) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135134 on Sep 8, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9195Y. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-214, Coded CN-10. Later as EJC4214. Crashed on Oct 16, 2013 due strong winds at 
Maicao in La Guajira Department near Venezuela border. No fatalities
70-15684 (MSN 32035) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135135 on Oct 4, 1971. Transferred to US government as N78790. 
Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5008, Coded N-09. Destroyed on Jan 18, 2002 after forced down from 
gunfire ground by FAC rebels, Operated by Direccion Antinarcoticos(DIRAN) in Colombia
70-15685 (MSN 32036) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135136 on Oct 4, 1971. Transferred to US government as N90835. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-222, Coded CN-19. Returned to USA
70-15686 (MSN 32037) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135137 on Oct 4, 1971. Transferred to US government as N16995. 
Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5005, Coded N-03. Returned to USA. Scrapped
70-15687 (MSN 32038) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135138 on Nov 3, 1971. (427 Sq) crashed on Feb 14, 1972 in Canada
70-15688 (MSN 32039) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135139 on Oct 4, 1971. Transferred to US government as N91138. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-230, Coded CN-25. Later to Colombian Navy as ARC223
70-15689 (MSN 32040) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135140 on Dec 8, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9199W. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-219, Coded CN-28. Later as EJC4219
70-15690 (MSN 32041) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135141 on Dec 8, 1971. Transferred to US government as N9195C. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-208, Coded CN-11. Later to Colombian National Police as PNC-5012. Later as EJC4208
70-15691 (MSN 32042) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135142 on Jan 11, 1972. Transferred to US government as N91169. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-212, Coded CN-12. Later as EJC4212
70-15692 (MSN 32043) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135143 on Jan 11, 1972. Transferred to US government as N9079L. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-231, Coded CN-26. Later as EJC4231
70-15693 (MSN 32044) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135144 on Jan 11, 1972. Transferred to US government as N9163M. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-201, Coded CN-13. Later to Colombian Navy as ARC224
70-15694 (MSN 32045) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135145 on Jan 11, 1972. Transferred to US government as N9103A. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-215, Coded CN-14. Later as EJC4215. Returned to USA
70-15695 (MSN 32046) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135146 on Feb 12, 1972. Transferred to US government as N91992. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-224, Coded CN-20. Later as EJC4224
70-15696 (MSN 32047) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135147 on Feb 12, 1972. Transferred to US government as N9193Y. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-213, Coded CN-15. Later as EJC4213
70-15697 (MSN 32048) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135148 on Feb 15, 1972. Transferred to US government as N9089R. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-216, Coded CN-16. Later as EJC4216
70-15698 (MSN 32049) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135149 on Feb 15, 1972. Transferred to US government as N9190S. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-202, Coded CN-17. Later as EJC4202
70-15699 (MSN 32050) to Canadian Armed Forces as 135150 on Feb 15, 1972. Transferred to US government as N148U. 
Later to Colombian Army as EJC-217, Coded CN-18

References:


1. Glenn Chatfield
2. Doug Bennett
3. John Szalay
4. Robert Varga
5. Larry Bloodgood
6. Tan Baysal