1941 USAAF Serial Numbers (41-13297 to 41-24339)


Last revised June 27, 2021


41-13297/13327		Curtiss P-40B
				MSN 16073/16103
				13297 (MSN 16073) with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field and survived Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
					Dec 7, 1941 as it was in maintenance hangar undergoing
					repair.  Plane was wrecked Jan 24, 1942 while on patrol over 
					Koolau Range, Oahu when it spun in and killed the pilot.  
					Wreck recovered between 1985 and 1989.   Restored by 
					Curtiss Wright Historical Association, using parts from 
					39-285, 39-287.  Sold to The Fighter Collection, Duxford, 
					England and registered as G-CDWH and currently under 
					rebuild at Chino, CA.  Registration G-CDWH cancelled Jan 2, 2007
					as reregistered in USA, became N80FR (presumably just for
					test flights after rebuilding) and registration G-CDWH
					restored Apr 17, 2007.  Delivered to Duxford Jul 2007, painted
					in 1941 "Pearl Harbor" color scheme with code 284.  Registration G-CDWH cancelled
					Dec 13, 2013 and current as N284CF
				13298 to RFC at Buffalo, NY Jun 29, 1945
				13299 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 13, 1944.
				13300 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				13301(MSN 16077)  wrecked in midair collision near Haliewa, Oahu Nov 3, 1941.
				13302 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Jun 18, 19043 at Stanley Field, Hawaii. 
					Condemned Oct 16, 1943
				13303 (19th PS, 18th PG) was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941.
				13304 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
				13305 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Apr 19, 1944
				13306 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 3 Jul 1943 at Roberts Field, Liberia, 
					condemned Sep 20, 1943
				13307 (19th PS, 18th PG) was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Apr 14, 1944
				13308 (19th PS, 18th PG) was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed May 27, 1944
				13309 wrecked in midair collision with AT-6 40-2098 3.5 mi offshore of
					Haliewa, Oahu Jul 29, 1941. 
				13310 (19th PS, 18th PG) was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  condemned Dec 28, 1941
				13311 to CL-26 at SAAD Apr 3, 1942
				13312 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941.
				13313 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Oct 16, 1943
				13314 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Oct 16, 1943
				13315 with 44th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 21 Apr 1942 at Haleiwa, HI, Condemned Jun 16, 1942
				13316 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned May 29, 1943
				13317 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941.
				13318 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 28 May 1943 at Wheeler Field, HI, 
					Condemned Jun 17, 1943
				13319 with 44th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Apr 2, 1942
				13320 with 44th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  condemned Dec 28, 1941
				13321 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned May 29, 1943
				13322 with 44th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Jan 4, 1944.
				13323 with 44th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
				13324 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				13325 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 5 Apr 1942 at Hokul Nia, HI, 
					condemned Apr 23, 1942
				13326 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944.
				13327 to reclamation in USA Oct 23, 1944
41-13328/13520		Curtiss P-40C
				MSN 16104/16296.  Model H81-B
				13328 (44th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				13329 (19th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941, out of commission under repair.  W/o 25 Jan 1942 
					at Mokuleia Field, HI.  Condemned May 26, 1942
				13330 (19th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Dec 28, 1941
				13331 (44th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed Dec 28, 1941.
				13332 (44th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 9 May 1942 at Kaena Point, HI, condemned Jun 11, 1942
				13333 to CL-26 at Chanute May 19, 1942
				13334 wrecked in nosed-over landing at Wheeler Field, Oahu Oct 20, 1941. Under survey Dec 7, 1941.
				13335 to reclamation Mar 13, 1946.
				13336 (19th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 20 Jan 1944 at Stockton Field, CA.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
				13337 destroyed Bellows Field Dec 7, 1941.
				13338 engine failed 10 mi S of Harding AAF, LA and pilot bailed out Apr 28, 1942.
				13339 to reclamation at Barksdale Apr 17, 1945
				13340 (44th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Oct 16, 1943.
				13341 condemned Jun 1, 1944
				13342 surveyed May 23, 1942
				13343 to reclamation Keesler Jan 6, 1945
				13344 (44th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  surveyed Mar 28, 1944
				13345 W/o 15 Mar 1943 in Iceland, to reclamation Nov 28, 1944
				13346 to reclamation Dec 5, 1944
				13347 to RFC at Buckley AAF, CO May 7 195
				13348 spun in 1 mi W of Windsor-Locks AB, CT Aug 21, 1941.  Pilot killed
				13349 (47th PS, 15th PG) was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o 19 Aug 1942 at Laie Bay, HI, condemned Sep 18, 1942
				13350 condemned Nov 23, 1943
				13351 to USSR
				13352 hit hill Quarry Heights, CZ Oct 21, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				13353/13358 to USSR
					13357 (MSN 16161) must have been found in Russia and returned to USA
					Registered as N80FR, a dealer registration with Fighter Rebuilders.  First flight Aug 5, 2011.
					Registered as G-CIIO with MSN 16161 Dec 5, 2014, current.  Noted airworthy at Duxford March 2020 bearing serial ‘160’ and code ‘10AB’
				13359 W/o 15 Apr 1943 at Isabela Island, Panama, condemned Apr 15, 1943
				13360 wrecked in landing acciden tJun 8, 1942 Manginga, Panama
				13361 wrecked in force landing Mar 11, 1942, France Field, CZ
				13362 to RFC McKellar, TN Feb 15, 1945
				13363 wrecked on beach at APO-838, Panama Mar 3, 1943
				13364 wrecked at Benedict AAF, ST Croix, Virgin Islands Aug 28, 1941.
				13365 to reclamation at Keeler AAF, NB Jan 6, 1945
				13366 (47th PS, 15th PG) was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941. but under repair.  Condemned May 26, 1942
				13367 (44th PS, 18th PG) at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941to CL-26 at Luke Field, AZ Sep 24, 1942
				13368 to reclamation at Brookley Field, AL Sep 20, 1945
				13369/13370 to Lend-Lease Oct 31, 1941
				13371 to CL-26 Aug 31, 1943
				13372 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Feb 12, 1945
				13372/13373 to Defense Aid, CL-26, Aug 31, 1943
				13374 surveyed at Windsor-Locks, CT Mar 26, 1942
				13375 crashed Oct 28, 1941 near top of Bald Mountain near San Anselmo 25 mi N of San Francisco
					during cross-country flight.  Pilot killed.  Wreckage was removed and held at
					Hill Field, UT.  Finally went to reclamation at Ogden, UT May 31, 1945.
				13376 surveyed Feb 8, 1944
				13377 (MSn 16153) W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
				13378 surveyed Feb 21, 1945
				13379 surveyed at Tuskegee Sep 6, 1943
				13380 to CL-26 at Sub Depot Charlotte Oct 15, 1942
				13381 W/o 30 Apr 1942 at Morris Field, NC, to CL-26 at Tuskegee AAF, AL Oct 15, 1942
				13382 to reclamation at Patterson AAF, OH May 12, 1945
				13383 wrecked 10 mi NE of Florence, SC due to engine fire Apr 16, 1942.  Pilot bailed otu
				13384 to RFC at Arledge Field, TX Jan 15, 1945
				13385 W/o 12 Mar 1942 at Harding Field, LA, condemned at Harding Field, LA Apr 24, 1942
				13386 to CL-26 at Luke Field, AZ May 5, 1943
				13388 wrecked in mountains N of La Hoya, Panama Apr 7, 1943 in bad weather.  Pilot killed
				13389 to Lend-Lease, first to Yugoslavia, but diverted to UK after German invasion and then went to USSR
				13390 to Lend-Lease, first to Yugoslavia, but diverted to UK but not
					delivered.  Went to USSR as 194 Sep 27, 1943.   Damaged during dogfight with Bf 109 in 1943 and made 
					belly-landing in forest near Archangelsk on the Russian front, where it lay for decades until 
					recovered by helicopter in 1992.  Stored, dismantled at Duxford, UK in 1992.  Shipped to Chino, California
					for restoration 1993-1998. Registered as N80FR. First flight Aug 5, 2011.  With The Fighter Collection, 
					Duxford, UK registered as G-TOMA with MSN 194 Nov 30, 1998.  Not delivered, struck off registry 
					Mar 31, 1999 on export to USA.  To Paul Allen/Flying Heritage
					Collection, Bellvue, WA Apr 5, 1999 to 2001.  Registered as N2689.  To Flying Heritage Inc of Seattle,
					WA 2001-2004.  To Vulcan Warbirds, Inc of Seattle, WA 2004-2008.  Displayed at Flying Heritage Museum,
					Arlington, WA 2005-2008.  With Flying Heritage Collection, Paine Field, Wa Jun 2008-2013
				13391 W/o 10 Aug 1942 at Long Beach AAF, CA, to CL-26 at Loncoln Aug 26, 1942
				13392 W/o 2 Nov 1941 at Hamilton Fld, CA, surveyed at Windsor-Locks Dec 28, 1941.
				13393 hit civilian aircraft during takeoff at Boston Apt, MA Sep 15, 1941.  Damaged
					beyond repair.
				13394 crashed Lucas Valley Oct 28, 1941 Lucas Valley near Hamilton Field, CA
					during cross country flight.  Pilot bailed out.  I also have this plane as being wrecked
					at Chestertown, MD Jan 11, 1943 in forced landing.
				13396/13401 to Lend Lease to Yugoslavia, but diverted to USK after German invasion, then to USSR
				13402 condemned May 17, 1944
				13403 to reclamation at Buckley Field, CO Jul 3, 1946
				13404 flew into hill at Quarry Heights, Panama Oct 21, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				13405 wrecked Apr 19 1942 at Chorrera, Panama in landing accident
				13406/13407 to Lend-Lease to Yugoslavia, but diverted to USK after German invasion, then to USSR
				13408 condemned May 16, 1944
				13409 W/o 23 Feb 1943 at Waller Field, Trinidad, condemned Feb 23, 1943
				13410 wrecked at Parco Field, Trinidad Nov 3, 1941 in takeoff accident.
				13411 wrecked at Howard Field, Canal Zone Jun 29, 1943 in takeoff accident.
				13412 condemned Jun 3, 1943
				13413 condemned Jan 7, 1944
				13414 Crashed at Zandery Field, Surinam Dec 8, 1941.  W/o 30 Aug 1942 at Zanderij Field, Suriname.  
					Condemned Nov 14, 1942.  
				13415 to DPC at Bush Field Apr 16, 1945
				13416 W/o 28 Feb 1942 at Harding Field, LA, to CL-26 to Biloxi, MS May 5, 1942
				13417 condmned Jun 15, 1944
				13418 conemned Jun 2, 1944
				13419 wrecked Jan 5, 1942 Reykjavik, Iceland
				13420 condemned Apr 8, 1944
				13421 condemned Nov 23, 1943
				13422 hit ground station mast and spun in Aug 19, 1941, Reykjavik, Iceland.  Pilot killed
				13423 to reclamation Dec 5, 1944.
				13424 to reclamatin Nov 28, 1944
				13425 wrecked at NAS Norfolk, VA Aug 1, 1941.  
				13426 W/o 14 Apr 1944 in Iceland, surveyed in USA Jul 4, 1944
				13427 to reclamation Nov 28, 1944.
				13428 hit tractor on landing at Reykjavik, Iceland Aug 30, 1941 and burned.
				13429 to reclamation at Robbins Nov 2, 1944
				13430 W/o 8 Dec 1943 at Divisa, Panama, condemned Jan 20, 1944
				13431 to CL-26 in USA Oct 27, 1944.
				13432 W/o 30 Aug 1942 at Zanderij Field, Suriname, condemned Sep 26, 1942
				13433 (342nd CpG, 33rd FS) crashed on Iceland Jun 30, 1943.  Also listed as to CL-26 in USA Oct 16, 1944
				13434 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 25, 1944
				13435 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama, condemned Aug 14, 1943
				13436 W/o 4 May 1944 at Camp Oddi, Iceland, condemned Jun 1, 1944
				13437 condemned Nov 23, 1943
				13438 W/o 18 Mar 1943 in Iceland, condemned Nov 23, 1943
				13439 to reclamation at Robbins Nov 28, 1944
				13440 condemned Nov 23, 1943
				13441 to reclamantion at Robbins Aug 25, 1944
				13442 condemned May 3, 1944
				13443 to reclamation in USA Apr 13, 1946
				13444 to reclamation at Robbins Nov 28, 1944
				13445 condmned Nov 13, 1943
				13446 to reclamation at Robbins Dec 5, 1944
				13447 to DPC at Bush Field, GA Mar 31, 1945.
				13448 W/o 26 Feb 1942 at La Playa, Panama, off records Mar 29, 1942
				13449 to CL-26 at Selma, AL Apr 30, 1943
				13450 to USSR
				13451 to USSR
				13452 crashed Apr 17, 1943 4-5 mi W of Hafnarfjordhur, Iceland in bad weather.  Pilot killed.
				13453 W/o 27 Jan 1944 at Old Field, Panama, condemned Feb 11, 1944
				13454 crashed Oct 28, 1941 near top of Bald Mountain near San Anselmo 25 mi N of San Francisco
					during cross-country flight.  Pilot killed.
				13455 wrecked Apr 29, 1942, Reykjavik, Iceland
				13456 modified in 1942 to become a mock-up of an undesignated twin-engined fighter.  W/o 18 Feb 1943 at Craig Field, AL; 
					Condemned Feb 27, 1943.
				13457 to RFC at Aloe, TX Mar 30, 1945
				13458 W/o 16 Jan 1942 at Reykjavik Field, Iceland, condemned May 1, 1942 in Iceland
				13459 W/o 18 Jan 1942 at Oakland, CA, to CL-26 Sheppard, TX Mar 18, 1942
				13460 to reclamation at Robbins Nov 28, 1944
				13461 werecked at Limon Bay, Cristobal, Canal Zone Dec 13, 1942 due to midair fire.
				13462 to reclamation at Robbins Nov 28, 1944
				13463 to reclamation at Robbins, GA Aug 29, 1944
				13464 to reclamation at Robbins, GA Nov 28, 1944
				13465 to reclamagion at Robbins, GA Oct 27, 1944
				13466 wrecked Mar 18, 1942 off Acandi, Columbia when force-landed in salt water
				13467 crashlanded at Chorrea Aux Field  Dec 21, 1942 and damaged beyond repair.
				13468 crashed Apr 7 1943 in mountains north of La Hoya, Panama
				13469 to USSR Oct 30, 1941.
				13470 W/o 6 Oct 1944 at Aloe AAF, TX, to reclamation Oct 13, 1944
				13471 wrecked Oct 2, 1941 in Panama Bay off Chepo River, Panama after engine failure.
				13472 wrcked Aug 7, 1941 7 mi E of Puebl Vuevo, Panama.
				13473 wrecked in takeoff accident at Albrook Field, CZ Mar 21, 1942
				13474 W/o 9 Jun 1944 at La Joya #2, Panama, condemned survey Jun 10, 1944
				13475 to reclamation/scrap at Greenville AAB, SC Sep 14, 1945
				13476 returned to USA Jul 8, 1944.  To CL-26 Jul 16, 1944.  To reclamation/scrap Jar 13, 1946
				13477 wrecked in landing accident at Patzum, Guatemala Jun 23, 1942
				13478 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at La Joya #2, Panama, condemned Oct 26, 1943
				13479 wrecked at France Field, Panama Jan 11, 1942
				13480 wrecked on south slope of Gerry Cabra, Panama Nov 6, 1941
				13481 returned to USA Jul 8, 1944.  To reclamation/scrap at Lake Charles Jul 23, 1945
				13482 W/o 18 May 1944 at San Roque, Panama, condemned May 18, 1944
				13483 returned to USA Jul 8, 1944.  To CL-26 Jul 16, 1944.  To reclamation/scap Mar 13, 1946
				13484 wrecked 1 mi W of Pina, Panama Mar 19, 1943.
				13485 W/o 1 Mar 1943 at Huntas de Uramita, Colombia, condemned Oct 9, 1943
				13486 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 23, 1949
				13487 W/o 7 Sep 1942 at Chame Field, Panama, condemned Jan 31, 1942
				13488 condemned Jun 2, 1944
				13489 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 17, 1945
				13490 W/o 23 Jun 1942 at Patzum AB, Guatamala, condemned Jun 28, 1942
				13491 W/o 7 Apr 1942 at Chorrera Field #1, Panama , condemned Apr 7, 1942
				13492 crashed into Manzanillo Bay, CZ in takeoff accident Nov 23,1942.
				13493 to CL-26 Mar 15,1942
				13494 dropped from records Apr 6, 1943
				13495 W/o 7 Aug 1942 at Pinzon Island, Galapagos Islands, condemned Apr 11,1942
				13496 condemned inventory Apr 20, 1943
				13497 W/o 20 Oct 1942 at Salinas AB, Ecuador, condemned inventory Jan 7, 1944
				13498 W/o 2 Oct 1944 at Aloe Field, TX, surveyed Oct 1, 1944
				13499 wrecked at Capira, Panama Feb 26, 1942
				13500 wrecked at Groton, CT Dec 11, 1942
				13501 to CL-26 at Luke Field May 4, 1943
				13502 wrecked at Madden Field, CZ Jun 5,1942.  Pilot killed
				13503 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 23, 1944
				13504 wrecked atQuarry Heights, CZ when hit hill Oct 21, 1941.  Pilot killed
				13505 condemned inventory Apr 1,1944
				13506 to RFC Feb 16, 1945
				13507 wrecked 15 mi NNW of Parrita, Costa Rica Dec 25,1942
				13508 crashed in Bay of Panama, CZ Jun 14, 1942
				13509 W/o 18 Dec 1941 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Feb 22, 1942
				13510 W/o 1 Oct 1941 at Losey Field, PR, surveyed at Losey Field, Puerto Rico Dec 15, 1941
				13511 condemned Jun 5,1944
				13512 W/o 5 Jul 1942 at North Seymoure Island, Galapagos Islands, condemned Sep 30, 1942
				13513 W/o 27 May 1944 at Aguadulce, Panama, condemned May 27, 1944
				13514 in takeoff collision with P-40E 40-571 Dec 12, 1941.  W/o 12 Dec 1941 at Beane Field, Saint Lucia.  
					Surveyed at Losey Field, Puerto Rico May 15, 1942
				13515 hit by landing P-40 at Benedict Field, St Croix Jun 23, 1941
				13516 W/o 10 May 1944 in forced landing due to engine failure at La Joya #2, Panama
				13517 dove in 2 mi W of Benedict Field, St Croix Jul 16, 1941.  Pilot killed
				13518 hit by landing P-40 at Benedict Field, St Crois Jun 23, 1941
				13519 condemned as RP-40C May 13, 1942
				13520 Wrecked, 23 Jun 41, Benedict Fld, St.Croix, Virgin Islands; Landing accident hit 
					parked P-40Cs, 41-13515, 41-13516,:41-13520 surveyed at Losey Fld, Puerto 
					Rico, 25 Nov 1941
41-13521/13599		Curtiss P-40E
				MSN 16737/16815
				13521 to RAAF as A29-49 Mar 1942.  Made forced wheels-up landing at RAAF Pearce
					following low oil pressure and engine overheating.  Authorized
					for w/o Dec 1947.
					I have this one as having been seen at the Reno Air Races in Sept 2000,
					bearing civil registration of N940AK.
				13522 to RAAF as A29-53 Mar 1942.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe Jun 1944.  Authorized for W/o 
					Nov 1946.  SOC Feb 1949 and sold to farmer at Colac, Victoria.  Fuselage recovered from farm in 
					Colac, Victoria Dec 10, 1966.   Fuselage put on static display Moorabin Air Museum, Melbourne, 
					Victoria 1996-2002 mounted on mainplane constructed from parts of othe P-40 projects.
				13523 (ACFC) engine failed and crashed 25 mi W of Mountain Home, TX Mar 7, 1942.
					Pilot bailed out.  Also listed as going to RAF as A29-63, but this is probably 41-13528.
				13524 to RAAF as A29-57 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Mildura, NSW, Australia Dec 1944.
				13525 to RAAF as A29-59 Mar 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Feb 1949.
				13526 to RAAF as A29-67 Mar 1942.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Jul 1947
				13527 to RAAF as A29-52 Mar 1942.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Oct 1947.
				13528  to RAF as A29-63 Mar 1942.  Forced landing at Mildura, VIC May 1945.
					Reduced to components Aug 23, 1945.   
				13529/13559 Lend-Lease to USSR Jan 1942
				13560 damaged before delivery to RAF and used as class 26 instructional airframe in USA
				13561/13563 Lend-Lease to USSR
				13564 damaged before delivery to RAF and reclaimed Jun 1943.
				13565/13599 Lend-Lease to USSR
					13570 (CW 814, MSN 16786) shot down and crshed into lake west of Murmansk.  Recovered from Russia 
						Aug 31, 1997 and restored for display at Frontline Museum, Sandown Airport, Isle of Wight, UK
					13574 reported as going to RCAF as 1047.  Registered Oct 239, 1947
						to F. Dyson of Boeing Field, Seattle, WA as NX1048N, then
						to E. R. Meaker Jr of Albany, NY Apr 2, 1948 as N1048L.  Went
						through various owners until acquired by NASM in 1964,
						displayed at NASM, Washington, DC Feb 1976
41-13600/13695		Curtiss P-40F Warhawk
				Model H87-B3
				13600,13615,13640,13641,13651,13659,13662,13663,13666,
					13682,13691 converted to P-40R-1
				13600 to P-40R-1.  Assigned to Curtiss Aircraft, Buffalo, NY.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial 
					Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jul 23, 1943 to Sep 1, 1942.  Assigneed to Curtiss Aircraft,
					Buffalo, NY.
				13601 converted to TP-40F.  To reclamation/scrap at Foster Field, TX as TP-40F Apr 4, 1945.  
				13602 Conv to YP-40F; w/o 8 Oct 1943 at Mission, TX, to CL-26 at Moore Field Oct 8, 1943
				13603 wrecked in midair at Clearwater, FL Sep 10,1942
				13604 surveyed at Spence Field Sep 13, 1943
				13605 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Enigma, GA, surveyed at Salanis AAB, CA Sep 9, 1943
				13606 to RFC at Ponca City as TP-40F Apr 9, 1945
				13607 wredcked at Will Rogers Field Oct 5, 1942
				13608 wrecked at Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN Nov 17, 1942
				13609 W/o 31 May 1943 at Autaugaville, AL, surveyed at Craig Field Jun 1, 1943
				13610 to DPC at Ponca City, OK May 5, 1945
				13611 to DPC at Bush Field, GA Mar 24, 1945
				13612 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 18, 1945
				13613 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 24, 1945
				13614 wrecked at Morris Field, NC May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13615 to Luke Field as RP-40R Dec 31, 1945
				13616 to RFC at Spence Field Mar 20, 1945
				13617 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Moore Field, TX, surveyed at Moore field Apr 18, 1944
				13618 W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Norfolk, VA, to CL-26 at Langley Field Feb 1, 1943
				13619 to CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Aug 5, 1942
				13620 wrecked in landing accident at Morris Field, NC May 7, 1942
				13621 wrecked 25 mi E of Ft Walton, FL Apr 19, 1943
				13622 to RFC at Bush Field Oct 9, 1945
				13623 to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Aug 20,1942
				13624 surveyed at Tullahoma, TN Jul 14, 1943
				13625 wrecked at Tampa Bay, FL Sep 15, 1942
				13626 wrecked 100 yards offshore at Madra Beach, FL Feb 17, 1943.  Pilot killed
				13627 to CL-26 at Rice AAF, CA Nov 18, 1943
				13628 wrecked in landing accident at Romulus AB, MI May 1, 1942
				13629 surveyed at Luke Field Oct 23, 1942
				13630 W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Tifton, GA, surveyed at Spence Field Sep 25, 1943
				13631 overshot landing at Dale Mabry AB, FL Jul 20, 1943 and DBR
				13632 to CL-26 at Middleton Air Depot, PA Dec 1, 1942
				13633 to reclamation/scrap at Pinnellas AB, FL Jun 16, 1945
				13634 wrecked at Mullica Hill, NJ Feb 23, 1943
				13635 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at Matagorda Peninsula, TX, surveyed at Wright Field Nov 29, 1943
				13636 W/o 21 Aug 1942 at Rentschler Field, CT, to CL-26 at Bedford, MA Aug 20, 1942
				13637 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				13638 Used by Royal Netherlands Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF; 
					surveyed at Tyndall, FL Jul 19, 1944
				13639 surveyed at Luke Field, AZ May 30, 1944
				13640 to RFC at Ontario, CA as TP-40R Mar 16, 1945
				13641 Converted to P-40R-1; w/o 15 Jun 1944 at De Ridder AAB, LA, surveyed at DeRidder Jun 17, 1944
				13642 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 20, 1945
				13643 wrecked at Bolling Field, DC May 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.  W/o 13 May 1942 at Bolling Field, DC
				13644 crashed and burned at St Petersburg, FL Sep 27, 1942
				13645 W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Clearwater Aux Airport, FL, surveyed at Eglin Field Apr 30, 1943
				13646 crashed after spin at Nort Woodbury, NJ Aug 3, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13647 W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Luke AAAF #1, AZ, surveyed at Luke Field Apr 3, 1943
				13648 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 26, 1945
				13649 to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 17, 1942.
				13650 wrecked 11 mi ENE of Phoenix, AZ Mar 27, 1943
				13651 to RFC at Ontario, CA as TP-40R Apr 27, 1945
				13652 wrecked in takeoff accident at Selfridge, MI Sep 24, 1942
				13653 wrecked in runway collision with 41-13658 at Morris Field, NC and both aircraft DBR.  W/o 14 Oct 1942 
					at Morris Field, NC
				13654 to CL-26 at Rice AAF, CA Nov 21, 1943
				13655 crashed into Lake Huron May 5, 1943
				13656 wrecked at Myrtle Beach, SC Aug 4, 1942
				13657 to reclamation/scrap at Foster Field Nov 13,1 945
				13658 W/o 4 May 1942 at Morris Field, NC, surveyed at Charlotte Oct 14, 1942
				13659 to RFC at Kingman as RP-40R Nov 6, 1945
				13660 to reclamation/scrap at Foster Field at TP-40F Jun 15, 1945
				13661 W/o 29 Jul 1942 at Nixonville, SC, to CL-26 at Augusta Aug 31, 1942
				13662 to reclamation at Esler Field Jun 15, 1945
				13663 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker Field as P-40R-1 Jun 29, 1945
				13664 wrecked at Morris Field, NC Jun 1,1942
				13665 to RFC at Ponca City May 5,1945
				13666 to reclamation/scrap at DeRidder AAF, LA as P-40R-1 Nov 13, 1945
				13667 wrecked at Conway, SC Aug 22, 1942
				13668 wrecked 7 mi SW of Gastonia, NC when spun in May 17, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13669 surveyed at Lambert Field Aug 10, 1942
				13670 W/o 9 Jun 1942 at Lincolnton, NC, to CL-26 Jun 14, 1942
				13671 wrecked at Ft Mills, NC Jun 2, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13672 wrecked 2 mi SW of Shopton, NC Aug 16, 1942
				13673 wrecked in landing accident at Myrtle Beach, SC Apr 16, 1942
				13674 wrecked in midair at St Petersburg, FL Jan 3,1943
				13675 to CL-26 at Rice AAF, CA Feb 13,1955
				13676 to RFC at Kingman as P-40R-1 Oct 23, 1945
				13677 (337th FG, 304th FS) flipped over during landing at Pinellas AAF,
					FL Dec 12, 1942.  Severe damage to airframe.
				13678 to RFC at Ponca City as TP-40F Apr 9, 1945
				13679 (60th FS) collided with 41-14048 Jul 16, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Plane retrieved from
					a tributary flowing into the Sassafras River, Maryland
				13680 wrecked 8 mi SW of Pinellas AB, FL Nov 6, 1942
				13681 W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ, surveyed at Luke Field Oct 19, 1943
				13682 to RFC at Kingman as P-40R-1 Oct 23,1945
				13683 to RFC at Ponca City, OK as TP-40F Apr 9, 1945
				13684 wrecked SE of Bolling Field in takeoff accident May 15, 1942.  Also listed
					as being wrecked 1.5 mi offshore from Myrtle Beach, SC Aug 24, 1942
				13685 W/o 12 Oct 1942 at Smyrna, DE, condemned at Ft Dix Oct 17, 1942
				13686 wrecked at Morris Field, SC May 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				13687 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker Field Jun 15,1945
				13688 W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Stewart Field, NY, surveyed at Stewart Field Nov 4,1943
				13689 W/o 24 Oct 1942 at Clarksville, GA, condemned at St Petersburg, FL Apr 11, 1945
				13690 wrecked 1.5 mi E of Mobile, AR Nov 10, 1942
				13691 to reclamation/scrap at Ft Sumner Jul 17, 1945
				13692 W/o 26 Jul 1942 at Myrtle Beach, SC, to CL-26 at North Oklahoma, SC Aug 11, 1942
				13693 wrecked at Bolling Field, DC Jun 5, 1942
				13694 W/o 1 Oct 1942 at Hopewell, NJ, condemned at Ft Dix Oct 8, 1942.  Destroyed in midair collision 
					over Deerfield, NJ.
				13695 wrecked at San Francisco, CA when P-38 crashed into hangar Jun 15, 1942
41-13696		Curtiss P-40F Warhawk 
				Contract cancelled.  Was a static test article
41-13697/14299		Curtiss P-40F Warhawk
				Model H87-B3
				13715,13722,13747,13794,13818,13822,13825,13830,13834,
					13842,13853,13916,13976,13977,13982,13992,14046,
					14051,14071,14078,14124,14129,14132,14150,14167,
					14168,14189,14190,14256,14268,14293 converted
					to P-40R-1
				13697 condemned at Ft Dix Jul 30, 1942
				13698 W/o 17 Apr 1942 at Romulus, MI, surveyed at Romulus, MI Sep 19, 1942
				13699 wrecked 35 mi WNW of Luke Field, AZ in midair Apr 19, 1943
				13700 W/o 15 Jul 1942 at Norfolk, VA, condemned at Langley Field Aug 18, 1942
				13701 to RFC at Ontario, CA as TP-40F Apr 3, 1945
				13702 wrecked in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jul 13, 1942.  W/o 30 Jul 1942 at Langley Field, VA 
				13703 W/o 7 Aug 1943 at Aloe AAF, TX, surveyed at Aloe AAF, TX Aug 14, 1943
				13704 surveyed at Foster Field Apr 25, 1944
				13705 wrecked 4 mi SW of Pinealls, FL Nov 3, 1942
				13706 crashed in Tampa Bay Oct 2, 1942.
				13707 condemned Jan 22,1943
				13708 wrecked in midair at Clearwater, FL Sep 10, 1942
				13709 wrecked at San Francisco, CA when P-38 crashed into hangar Jun 15, 1942
				13710 surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Feb 13, 1943
				13711 to DPC at Bush Field May 5, 1945
				13712 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 24, 1945
				13713 wrecked at Grenier Field, New Hampshire when overshot landing Dec 10, 1942
				13714 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 14, 1945
				13715 to RFC at Ontario, CA as P-40R-1 Apr 27, 1945
				13716 to CL-26 at Buckley Field Sep 10, 1942
				13717 W/o 7 Aug 1942 at Fort Dix, NJ, to CL-26 at Moore Field Aug 10, 1942
				13718 to RFC at Ponca City, OK as TP-40F Apr 9, 1945
				13719 surveyed at albuquerque, NM Apr 27, 1944
				13720 wrecked at Manchester, NH Dec 23, 1942
				13721 wrecked at Middle River, MD when overshot landing May 3, 1942.  To
					reclamation/scrap at Olmstead Field, PA Jun 2, 1945
				13722 to DPC at Bush Field as P-40R-1 May 24, 1945
				13723 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 18, 1945
				13724 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 26, 1945
				13725 surveyed at Foster Field Jul 30,1944
				13726 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				13727 wrecked in takeoff accident at Millville, NJ May 23, 1942
				13728 surveyed at Duncan Field Apr 30, 1943, W/o 17 Jul 1943 at Foster Field, TX, 
				13729 force landed in creek near Atlantic City, NJ Feb 19, 1943
				13730 surveyed at Craig Field Jun 12, 12944
				13731 W/o 19 Apr 1943 at Vulture Mine, AZ, wrecked at Luke AAF, AZ Apr 20, 1943
				13732 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF; 
					surveyed at Jackson AAF, MS Nov 12, 1943
				13733 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				13734 wrecked when hit by crashing P-38 Jun 15, 1942, San Francisco, CA
				13735 crashed into Delaware River off Philadelphia Apt Oct 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13736 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 30, 1945
				13737 W/o 30 Jun 1943 at Lone Tree Community, TX, surveyed at Foster Field, TX Sep 25, 1943
				13738 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ, surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ Sep 27, 1943
				13739 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Orrville, VA, surveyed at Richmond AB, VA Apr 21, 1943
				13740 wrecked 8 mi from Waycross, GA Jul 23, 1943
				13741 wrecked at Luke AAF Jul 12,1943
				13742 surveyed Jan 10, 1943
				13743 to RFC at Ponca City, OK as TP-40F Apr 9, 1945
				13744 surveyed at Langley Field, VA sep 19, 1942
				13745 surveyed at Atlanta, GA Jun 1, 1944
				13746 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				13747 to reclamation/scrap Nov 28, 1945
				13749 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 2, 1945
				13750 surveyed at Spence Field Jun 10,1 944
				13751 to Curtiss for training.  To reclamation/scrap at Buffalo, NY Jan 17, 1945
				13752 to RAF Apr 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL219.  To ground instructional airframe Nov 12, 1943,
					reserialled 4333M.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				13753 condemned at Hillsgrove, PA Oct 28, 1942
				13754 to CL-26 at Goldsboro, NC Jan 1,1943
				13755/13756 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL220 and FL221
					FL220 to ground instructional airframe Aug 29, 1943, reserialled 4103M,
						presumably subsequently scrapped.
					FL221 DBR when overshot landing and undercarriage collapsed, Luqa Jul 15, 1943
				13757 surveyed at Pence Field, TX May 26, 1943
				13758 wrecked at Bradley Field, CT Jun 9, 1942 when stalled on landing.
					To CL-26 to New Orleans Central Trade School Jun 29, 1942
				13759 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL222.  DBR when overshot landing and
					undercarriage collapsed Luqa Jul 15, 1943.  Surveyed in USA Mar 11, 1944
				13760 to Britain as Kittyhawk IIA FL223 May 1942.  Missing near El Alamein Oct 29, 1942,
					presumably shot down by Bf 109s
				13761 to reclamation/scrap at Ypsilanti, MI Jun 29, 1945
				13762 W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Richmond, VA,surveyed at Byrd Field Mar 9, 1943
				13763/13764 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL224 and FL225
					FL224 SOC Jun 15, 1942
					FL225 transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				13765 spun in on landing 1.5 mi S of Bradley Field, CT Jun 5, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13766 W/o 16 Mar 1944 at Phoenix, AZ, surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ Mar 17, 1943
				13767 to RAF Apr 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL226.  Delivered to French ADO Dec 11, 1944.
					I have it shot down by Bf 109s while on bomber escort mission Sep 3, 1943
				13768 to RAF Apr 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL227.  Crashed and destroyed by fire when engine
					failed on approch to LG.97 Sep 17, 1942.
				13769 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 24, 1945.
				13770 wrecked at sea off Half Moon Bay, CA Jun 9, 1942.  Pilot bailed out and was drowned
				13771 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL228.  Diverted to French ADO Dec 11, 1944
				13772 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL229.  SOC Feb 29, 1944
				13773 to DPC at Bush Field Jan 18, 1945
				13774 wrecked at Elmont, VA Jan 22, 1943
				13775/13776 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL230/FL231.  Both lost at sea enroute to
					Middle East
				13777 to reclamation/scrap Jan 3, 1946
				13778 caught fire in midair over Long Island Sound, NY Aug 3, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				13779/13780 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL232/FL233
					FL232 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL233 DBR when collided with Kittyhawk FL260 (ex 41-13832) during
						takeoff at El Assa Feb 23, 1943
				13781 to RAF as AL137, to Canada as RCAF 1078.  Returned to USAAF May 26, 1944, To reclamation/scrap 
					at Tyndall Field Jul 14, 1945.  Reported stolen from Boeing Field ca 1949 but quoted as restored 1977.
				13782 to reclamation/scrap at Langley Field, VA Jul 3, 1946
				13783/13784 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL234/FL235
					FL234 missing near Fort Capuzza Nov 11, 1942.  Presumably shot down by Bf 109s.
					FL235 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13785 to RFC at Ponca City as TP-40F Apr 26, 1945
				13786 to Reclamation/scrap at Foster Field at TP-40F Jun 15, 1945
				13787/13788 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL236/FL237
					FL236 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL237 damaged by flak over El Taqa Oct 7, 1942, not repaired and
						presumably scrapped
				13789 wrecked at sea off Half Moon Bay, CA Jun 9, 1942.  Pilot bailed out and was drowned
				13790 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Grenier Field, NH, to CL-26 at Manchester, NH Dec 10, 1942
				13791/13792 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL238/FL239
					FL238 shot down by Bf 109s near El Daba Oct 23, 1942
					FL239 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13793 wrecked in midair collision Englewood, NJ May 24, 1942
				13794 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM as RP-40R Sep 17, 1945
				13795/13796 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL240/FL241
					FL240 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL241 shot down by Bf 109s Sep 6, 1943
				13797 to Curtiss for training.  To reclamation/scrap at Buffalo, NY Sep 7, 1945
				13798 wrecked in midair collision Englewood, NJ May 24, 1942
				13799/13801 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL242/FL244
					FL242 damaged by Bf 109s Sep 6, 1943, not repaired, presumably scrapped
					FL243 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL244 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13802 wrecked at San Francisco, CA Jun 9, 1942
				13803/13804 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL245/FL246
					FL245 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL246 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13805 surveyed at Luke Field Apr 27, 1944
				13806 to RFC at Ponca Field May 5, 1945
				13807/13808 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL247/FL248
				13809 disintegrated in midair Buffalo MAP, NY May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
				13810 to CL-26 at Esler Field May 13, 1943
				13811/13812 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL249/FL250
					FL249 lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL250 SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13813 force landed at Notingham, NH Nov 2, 1942
				13814 to CL-26 Jul 31, 1942
				13815/13816 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL251/FL252
					Both lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13817 W/o 19 Nov 1942 at Portsmouth, RI 
				13818 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 10 Aug 1944 at Hopkinsville, KY.  Also listed as to CL-26 at Windsor Locks Nov 18,1942
				13819/13820 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL253/FL254
					Both lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13821 to CL-26 at New Orleans, LA Apr 3, 1043
				13822 to reclamation/scrap as P-40R-1 at Luke Field, AZ Jun 29, 1945
				13823 to RAF May 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL255. Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13824 to RAF May 10, 1942 as Kittyhawk IIA FL256.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13825 to reclamation/scrap as P-40R-1 at Luke Field, AZ Dec 17, 1945
				13826 W/o 11 Nov 1943 at Godman Field, KY, surveyed at Gainsville AAF, TX Nov 18, 1943
				13827 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL257 May 1942.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				13828 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL258.  SOC Jul 19, 1943
				13829 W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Hazlehurst, MS, to CL-26 at Esler Field, LA Feb 26, 1944
				13830 to reclamation/scrap at RP-40R to Luke Field, AZ Mar 20, 1946
				13831 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL259 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13832 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL260 May 1942.  Delivered to French ADO Dec 11, 1944,
					struck off RAF charge Mar 31, 1945.  
				13833 wrecked 9 mi SW of Concord, NC Jul 12, 1942.  Pilot killed.  W/o 17 Jul 1942 at Concord, NC 
				13834 to RFC as P-40R-1 at Ontario, CA Apr 3, 1945
				13835 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL261.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13836 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL262.  Wrecked when force landed near Zuara following
					flak damage Jan 21, 1943
				13837 wrecked in landing accident at Hensley AAF, TX.  W/o 4 Sep 1942 at Hensley Field, TX 
				13838 to CL-26 ad AAF Tech School, Lincoln, NB Dec 28, 1942
				13839 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL263 Jul 1942.  Diverted to French ADO Apr 17, 1945, struck
					off RAF rolls Mar 31, 1945.
				13840 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL264 Jul 1942.  No record of fate
				13841 (106th OS/66th OG) pilot bailed out in overcast
					Morris Field, NC Nov 29, 1942.
				13842 to reclamation/scrap as P-40R-1 at Luke AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				13843 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL265.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13844 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL266.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13845 W/o 19 Jul 1942 at Reynolds Field, NC, condemned at Reynolds Field, MI Nov 7, 1942
				13846 to CL-26 Aug 15,1942
				13847 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL267.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13848 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL268.  Destroyed by fire after stalling in circuit and
					crashing, Azizia Main Jul 2, 1943.
				13849 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13850 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13851 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL269.  No record of fate
				13852 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL270.  Tranferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945.
				13853 to DPC at Bush Field, GA as P-40R-1 Mar 20, 1945
				13854 W/o 27 Jun 1942 at New Hackensack Airport, NY, condemned Jun 30, 1942
				13855 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL271.  Missing while attacking enemy motor transport near
					Nicosia, Sicily Jul 22, 1943.  Presumably shot down by flak.
				13856 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL272.  SOC Dec 9, 1942.
				13857 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				13858 diverted to French ADO Apr 17, 1945
				13859 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL273 Jul 1942.  Missing near Sirte Dec 21, 1942.  Presumably shot down
					by Bf 109s.
				13861 wrecked at Hillsgrove, RI Sep 14, 1942 when spun in after takeoff.  Pilot killed
				13862 condemned crash Sep 12, 1943
				13863 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL275 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13864 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL276 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				13865 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13866 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL274.  Recorded as having been with 260 Sqdn and later
					3 Sqdn, but there is no record of its fate.  May have been returned
					to USAAF control, since it is listed as being condemned AAA Apr 20, 1944
				13867 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL277 Jul 1942.  Lost Jan 15, 1943.
				13868 to RAF as FL278 Jul 1942.  Shot down by flak while attacking enemy motor
					transport Mar 29, 1943.
				13869 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13870 condemned crash Mar 21, 1943
				13871 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL279 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13872 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL280.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945.
				13873 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13874 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13875 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL281 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13876 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL282 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				13877 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13878 condemned Dec 8, 1942
				13879 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL283 Jul 1942.  Shot down by Bf 109s while on escort 
					mision Jan 1, 1943
				13880 condemned Jan 14, 1944
				13881 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL284 Jul 1942.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				13882 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL285 Jul 1942.  SOC Feb 29, 1944
				13883 condemned crash Aug 31, 1943
				13884 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13885 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL286 Jul 1942.  Shot down by flak while attacking enemy
					airfield near Homs Dec 21, 1942
				13886 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL287 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13887 surveyed at Foster Field, TX May 24, 1944
				13888 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13889 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL288 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed on
					landing at Gambut Main Nov 15, 1942
				13890 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL289 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13891 condemned Jun 3, 1943
				13892 wrecked Jul 2, 1943
				13893 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL290 Jul 1942, diverted to French ADO Dec 11, 1944, struck
					off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				13894 to reclamation/scrap at Buffalo, NY Jun 29, 1945.
				13895 wrecked at Hillsgrove, RI Sep 23, 1942
				13896 condemned Aug 17, 1943
				13897 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL292 Jul 1942.  Missing near Zuara Jan 27, 1943, presumably
					shot down by enemy fighters.
				13898 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL293 Jul 1942.  Destroyed by fire after wing hit ground
					while landing at Safi Jul 11, 1943.
				13899 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13900 condemned salvage May 6, 1944
				13901 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL294 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				13902 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL295 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944.
				13903 MIA May 27, 1944
				13904 to excess inventory list Nov 30,1945
				13905 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL296 Jul 12, 1942.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed on
					landing at Bari Dec 12, 1943
				13906 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL297 Jul 12, 1942.  Shot down by Bf 109s while on escort
					mission Jan 1, 1943
				13907 condemned May 12, 1943
				13908 (324th FG, 316th FS) engine failed and crashed off Sicily 
					Jul 12, 1943.  MACR 188.  Pilot KIA.
				13909 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL298 Jul 1942.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Marble Arch
					Dec 15, 1942
				13910 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL299 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13911 wrecked in crash landing Jul 20, 1942
				13912 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13913 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL300 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13914 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13915 condemned May 22, 1945
				13916 to RFC as P-40R-1 at Albuquqrque, NM Aug 11, 1945
				13917 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13918 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL301 Jul 1942. Recorded as being with 3 Sqdn of RAAF.
					Surveyed in USA Mar 11, 1944
				13919 condemned Mar 27, 1943
				13920 W/o 14 May 1944 at Pignataro, Italy, condemned MIA Jul 30, 1944
				13921 condemned accident Feb 4, 1944
				13922 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13923 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL302 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed in forced
					landing after engine failed at Pisida Mar 2, 1943.
				13924 condemned Feb 27, 1943
				13925 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13926 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				13927 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13928 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL303 Jul 1942.  No record of fate
				13929 condemned salvag Jun 26, 1944
				13930 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13931 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13932 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13933 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL304 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when bellylanded in Sicily after
					flak damage Aug 4, 1943.
				13934 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13935 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				13936 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13937 (57th FG) MIA Oct 10, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1110
				13938 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL305 Jul 1942.  To French ADO Dec 11, 1944, struck off RAF
					rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				13939 (324th FG, 315th FS) shot down by Lt. Egon Graf von Biessel in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/II. Stab over sea 
					50 km SW of Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 8, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 63. 
				13940 condemned May 16, 1943
				13941 condemned Mar 27, 1943
				13942 condemned Apr 12, 1943
				13943 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL306 Jul 1942.  Crashed after colliding
					with Bf 109 over Magrun Nov 17, 1942
				13944 condemned Jun 5, 1943
				13945 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13946 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13947 condemned salvage May 30, 1944
				13948 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL307 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French
					AF Mar 30, 1945.
				13949 wrecked at Hillsgrove, RI Oct 30, 1942 when overshot landing.  To CL-26 at Rome AAF, NY
					Nov 3, 1942
				13950 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13951 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL291 Jul 1942.  Hit by flak and ditched
					2 miles off Catania Aug 3, 1943
				13952 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13953 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL308 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13954 wrecked at Greensboro, SC Jul 12, 1942
				13955 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				13956 cndemned Aug 13, 1943
				13957 condemned Nov 24,1942
				13958 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL309 Jul 1942.  Missing during attack
					on enemy motorized transport near Randazzo Aug 3, 1943.
				13959 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13960 condemned Sep 11, 1943
				13961 condemned Oct 6, 1943
				13962 condemned Aug 13, 9143
				13963 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL310 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when crashlanded
					at Kano Oct 15, 1942 after engine failed during ferry flight.
				13964 condemned Feb 27, 1943
				13965 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13966 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13967 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				13968 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL311 Jul 1942, diverted to French ADO Dec 11, 1944,
					struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				13969 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13970 condemned Apr 28, 1943
				13971 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13972 to AAF Tech School, Lincoln, NB Jul 21, 1943
				13973 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL312 Jul 1942.  No record of fate
				13974 W/o 26 Aug 1942 at Morris Field, NC, condemned at Mooris Field Aug 31, 1942
				13975 W/o 12 Apr 1943 at DeRidder AAB, LA, to CL-26 at Tuskegee AAF, AL Apr 29, 1943
				13976 to reclamation/scrap as RP-40R-1 at Luke Field, AZ Oct 22, 1943
				13977 surveyed at De Ridder AAF, LA Apr 4, 1944
				13978 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL313 Jul 1942, diverted to 
					French ADO Dec 11, 1944, struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				13979 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL317.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13980 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL318.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13981 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL319.  Transferred to French AF,
					struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945
				13982 to reclamation/scrap as RP-40R at Luke Field, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				13983 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL314.  Shot down by Bf 109s near
					El Daba Oct 23, 1942.
				13984 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL320.  No record of fate
				13985 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL321.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13986 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL325.  Crashed after collision with
					Kittyhawk FL356 (ex 41-14035) near Ben Gardane Jan 22, 1943
				13987 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				13988 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL315 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French
					AF, struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				13989 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL322 Jul 1942.  Shot down by flak
					Borji Toual Feb 27, 1943.
				13990 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL323.  Shot down by Bf 109s while on
					escort mission, Bir Dufan Jan 14, 1943.
				13991 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL324 Jul 1942, diverted to French ADO Dec 11, 1944.
					struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945
				13992 to RFC as P-40R-1 at Albuquerque, NM Jun 20, 1945
				13993 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL316 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				13994 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL326 Jul 1942.  Damaged by flak near
					LG.21 Oct 20, 1942.  Landed safely but not repaired.
				13995 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL327 Jul 1942.  SOC Jan 31, 1943
				13996 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL328 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 26, 1943
				13997 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 18, 1945
				13998 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL329 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.
				13999 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL330 Jul 1942.  Shot down by Bf 109s
					while on escort mission, Bir Dufan Jan 14, 1943
				14000 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL331 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when struck
					tree during attempted forced landing near Castel Benito
					Feb 13, 1943 after engine failure.
				14001 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL332 Jul 1942.  Missing Mar 19, 1944.
				14002 W/o 28 Sep 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI, surveyed at Selfridge AAF, MI Sep 29, 1943
				14003 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL333 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when bellylanded
					near El Adem Oct 17, 1943 after engine failure.
				14004 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL334 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when hit
					Kittyhawk FL335 (ex 41-14005) while landing, Nefatia Mar 10, 1943.
				14005 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL335 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when hit
					Kittyhawk FL334 (ex 41-14004) after landing, Nefatia Mar 10, 1943.
				14006 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL336 Jul 1942.  No record of fate.
				14007 crashed into Catawba Briver, NC Sep 23, 1942
				14008 W/o 26 Jun 1943 at Esler Field, LA 
				14009 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL337 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when crashlanded
					near LG.21 Oct 26, 1942 after being damaged by Bf 109s.
				14010 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL338 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when bellylanded
					at Shama Oct 3,1942 after engine failed during ferry flight
				14011 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL339 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when undecarriage
					collapsed on landing at Takoradi Oct 6, 1942
				14012 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings, surveyed at Drew Field Sep 15, 1943
				14013 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF; w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Naples AAF, FL.
					surveyed Feb 10, 1944
				14014 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL340 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				14015 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL341 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				14016 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL342 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when
					crashlanded in deserd Mar 26, 1943 after being damaged by
					exploding truck.
				14017 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				14018 went into inverted spin and crashed at Richmond AAB, VA Jan 4, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				14019 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL343 Jul 1942, diverted to French ADO Jul 13,1942.
					Struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945
				14020 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL344 Jul 1942, diverted to French ADO Jul 9, 1942.
					Struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				14021 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL345 Jul 1942.  Shot down by Bf 109s
					while on escort mission, Bir Dufan Jan 14, 1943.
				14022 wrecked in takeoff accident 1/2 mi NE of Luke Field, AZ Ap 19, 1943.  Pilot killed
				14023 wrecked 6 mi N of Luke Field, AZ when stalled on takeoff Apr 19, 1943.  Pilot killed.
					Conflict here.  John Withers has this plane as going to
					RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL346 and destroyed by enemy action
					Jan 14, 1943
				14024 wrecked in takeoff accident at Langley Field, Jul 28, 1942
				14025 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL348 Jul 1942, diverted to French ADO Dec 11, 1944.
					Not sure if it actually went to French, as RAF card shiws
					the plane as being lost Mar 30, 1945.
				14026 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL349 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				14027 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF; 
					surveyed at Jackson AAF, MS Jul 18, 1943
				14028 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL350 Jul 1942.  Missing from bomber
					escort mission Nov 5, 1942, presumably shot down by Bf 109s
				14029 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL351 Jul 1942.  Lost Nov 4, 1942.
				14030 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL352 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				14031 surveyed at Albuquerque AAB, NM Apr 27, 1944
				14032 to RFC as TP-40F at Ponca City, OK Apr 10, 1945
				14033 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL354 Jul 1942.  Delivered to French ADO Dec 14, 1944.
					Struck off RAF rolls Mar 30, 1945.
				14034 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL355 Jul 1942.  Crashed on landing
					at El Assa Apr 10, 1943
				14035 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL356 Jul 1942.  DBR when crashlanded
					after being damaged by Bf 109s Feb 26, 1943.
				14036 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL357 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944.
				14037 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Craig Field, AL, surveyed at Craig AAF, AL Aug 22, 1943
				14038 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL358 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when 
					undercarriage collapsed on landing at Pachino Main Sep 15, 1943
				14039 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL359 Jul 1942.  Abandoned and crashed
					3 mi N of Derna Apr 20, 1942 after plane caught fire.
				14040 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL360 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944.
				14041 W/o 30 Jul 1942 at Oxon Hill, MD, condemned at Bolling Field, DC Aug 14, 1942
				14042 surveyed at Spence AAF, TX Oct 1, 1943
				14043 W/o 5 Jul 1943 at Moore Field, TX, surveyed at Moore AAF, Tx Jul 18,1943
				14044 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL361 Jul 1942.  Transferred to 
					French AF Mar 30, 1945
				14045 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL362 Jul 1942.  Wrecked when overturned
					after hitting sheep during forced landing at Homs Feb 15,1943
				14046 to reclamation/scrap Laredo, TX Nov 13, 1945
				14047 W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Phoenix, AZ, surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ Feb 23, 1944
				14048 (60th FS) wrecked at Ft Dix AAB, NJ when collided with 41-13679 Jul 16, 1942. 
				14049 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL363 Jul 1942.  Shot down by Bf 109s
					while on escort duty near Bir Dufan Jan 14, 1943
				14050 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL364 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				14051 to RFC as P-40R-1 at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
				14052 W/o 1 Mar 1944 at Versailles, KY, surveyed at Moore AAF, TX Mar 17, 1944
				14053 surveyed at Moore AAF, TX Jul 6, 1943
				14054 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL365 Jul 1942.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				14055 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL366 Jul 1942.  DBR when taxied
					over landmine at Berka Main Mar 24, 1943.
				14056 crashed into James River off Newport News, VA Dec 14, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				14057 to CL-26 at Bradley Field, CT Feb 11, 1943
				14058 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at Richmond, VA, to CL-26 at Richmond AB, VA Apr 10, 1943
				14059 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL367 Jul 1942.  Abandoned and
					crashed near Zura after flak damage Jan 22, 1943.
				14060 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL368 Jul 1942.  SOC Sep 1, 1943
				14061 W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Foster Field, TX, surveyed at Foster AAF, TX Oct 21, 1943
				14062 W/o 12 Mar 1943 at Moore Field, TX, to CL-26 at Moore AAF, TX Mar 17, 1943
				14063 W/o 7 Nov 1942 at Occoquan Bay, VA, condemned at Bolling Field, DC Nov 12, 1942
				14064 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL347 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French
					AF Mar 30, 1945
				14065 to RAF as Kittyhawk IIA FL353 Jul 1942.  Transferred to French
					AF Mar 30, 1945
				14066 surveyed at Craig Field, AL Jul 8, 1943
				14067 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 27, 1943
				14068 W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Norfolk, VA 
				14069 wrecked at Warsaw, VA Jan 5, 1943
				14070 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF on 6 Jul 1943;
					to reclamation/scrap at Foster AAF, TX Apr 5, 1945
				14071 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 17 Feb 1945 at Moultrie, GA, to reclamation/scrap as P-40R-1 at spence AAF, TX Mar 1, 1945
				14072 wrecked near North Salem, NH dec 24, 1942.  To CL-26 at Hillsgrove AAF, RI Jan 1, 1943
				14073 wrecked at Bedford, MA Aug 23, 1942 due to gear failure.  To CL-26 at AAF
					Tech school, Lincoln, NB Oct 29, 1942
				14074 W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Richmond, VA 
				14075 to RFC as TP-40F at Ponca City, OK Apr 10, 1945
				14076 wrecked at Hillsgrove AF, RI in midair with P-40E 4105547 Sep 25, 1942
				14077 wrecked at Hillsgrove AF, RI Nov 14, 1942
				14078 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF on 28 Oct 1943; conv to P-40R-1;
					to RFC as P-40R-1 at Ontario, CA Mar 2, 1945
				14079 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14080 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				14081 (57th FG, 66th FS) has two MACRs, 1299 and 1302  1299 says it was shot down by AAA S of Popoli,
					Italy Nov 18, 1943 with pilot POW.  1302 says it was shot down y AA near Longano, Italy Oct 15, 1943 with
					pilot KIA.
				14082 condemned Mar 27, 1943
				14083 condemned Apr 28, 1943
				14084 condemned salvage Aug 28, 1943
				14085 condemned Apr 12, 1943
				14086 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14087 condemned salvage Oct 17, 1944
				14088 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				14089 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944.
				14090 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				14091 condemned salvage Aug 6, 1943
				14092 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14093 condemned due to enemy action May 13, 1944
				14094 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14095 W/o 6 Dec 1942 at Grafton Airport, MA, to CL-26 at Manchester, NH Dec 11, 1942
				14096 W/o 8 Sep 1942 at Hillsgrove, RI 
				14097 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Tifton, GA, surveyed at Spence Field, TX Oct 10, 1943
				14098 surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ May 28, 1943
				14099 W/o 13 Oct 1942 at Norwood, MA, condemned at Hillsgrove AAF, RI Oct 11, 1942
				14100 W/o 14 Sep 1943 at Luke AAAF #5, AZ, surveyed at Luke AAF Sep 17, 1943
				14101 condemned inventory Jun 15, 1944
				14102 condemned inventory Nov 23, 1943
				14103 condemned inventory Jun 15, 1944
				14104 condemned inventory Jun 15, 1944
				14105 condemned mar 23, 1943
				14106 condemned Mar 23, 1943
				14107 (44th FS, 18th FG) MIA Sep 14, 1943, Solomons. MACR 623
				14108 returned to USA Apr 1, 194.  Surveyed Apr 20, 1944
				14109 condemned inventory Oct 31, 1944
				14110 (347th FG) MIA Feb 13, 1943, Kahili.  MACR 605
				14111 condemned Jul 14, 1943
				14112 (18th FG, 44th FS) forced landing Errumango Island, Vanuatu Dec 20 1942.  Stripped and
					abandoned.  Condemned inventory Jun 15, 1944.  Hulk recovered Nov 1989 and shipped to
					Australia.  Restored to airworthy and made first flight after restoration
					at Tyabb, Australia Apr 22, 2009.  Registered as VH-HWK. 
				14113 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 27 1944
				14114 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 27, 1944
				14115 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Kahuku Pt, HI, condemned inventory Apr 1, 1944
				14116 condemned Mar 23, 1943
				14117 to DPC at Bush Field, GA Mar 24, 1945
				14118 wrecked at Olmstead Field, PA Oct 1, 1942 in landing accident, W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Baltimore Muni Airport, MD 
				14119 assigned Selfridge Field, MI.  To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 
					Jul 31, 1943 to Feb 9, 1945.  To DPC at Bush Field, GA Feb 16, 1945
				14120 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Craig Field, AL, surveyed at Craig Field Jul 7, 1943
				14121 W/o 8 Aug 1942 at Bolling Field, DC, condemned at Bolling Field, DC Aug 15, 1942
				14122 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Luke AAAF #1, AZ, wrecked at Luke AAF, AZ Jul 21, 1943
				14123 to RFC at TP-40F at Ponca City, OK Apr 10, 1945
				14124 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF on 9 Nov 1943; conv to P-40R-1; 
					to reclamation/scrap as P-40R-1 at Luke AAF, AZ Nov 28, 19045
				14125 surveyed at Spence ASF, TX Oct 1, 1943
				14126 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF; 
					surveyed at Jackson ASF, MS Mar 22, 1944
				14127 wrecked at Camp Lee, VA in midair Jan 16, 1943
				14128 to reclamation/scrap at Tyndall Field, FL Jul 14, 1945
				14129 to DPC as P-40R-1 at Southern Field, Americus, GA Mar 2, 1945
				14130 to reclamation/scrap at Ypsilanti, MI Jun 29, 1945
				14131 W/o 4 Mar 1943 at Centralia, VA, surveyed at Byrd Field, VA Mar 5, 1943
				14132 to reclamation/scrap as P-40R-1 at De Ridder AAB, LA Mar 1, 1945
				14133 W/o 8 Aug 1942 at Bolling Field, DC, condemned at Bolling Field, DC Aug 15, 1942
				14134 W/o 27 Oct 1942 at Richmond AAB, VA, to CL-26 at AAF Tech School, Lincoln, NB Nov 6, 1942
				14135 W/o 2 Nov 1942 at Hillsgrove, RI, condemned at Bradley AAF, CT Nov 4, 1942
				14136 wrecked at Richmond AAF Mar 3, 1943, W/o 2 May 1943 at Highland Springs, VA 
				14137 to CL-26 at Rome AAF, NY Aug 30, 1943
				14138 destroyed by fire after emergency landing
					5/6/1943, Wesley Chapel, GA.  Surveyed Sep 9, 1943
				14139 to reclamation/scrap at spence Field, TX Jan 6, 1945
				14140 to RFC as TP-40F at Ponca City, OK Apr 26, 1945
				14141 surveyed at Albuquerque AAB, NM Dec 10, 1943
				14142 W/o 1 Jun 1943 at Tifton, GA, surveyed at Spence Field, TX Jun 2, 1943
				14143 surveyed at Foster Field, TX Sep 23, 1944
				14144 Used by Royal Neth Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF; surveyed at Tyndall AAF, 
					Panama City, FL Jul 19, 1944
				14145 W/o 1 Jun 1944 at Sylvester, GA, surveyed at Spence Field Jun 2, 1944
				14146 W/o 14 May 1943 at Republic Field, NY, surveyed at Mitchel AAF, NY May 19, 1943
				14147 Conv to TP-40F; w/o 23 Jan 1945 at El Campo, TX, to reclamation/scrap at Foster Field, TX Feb 9, 1945
				14148 59 RFC at Ponca Field, OK Apr 9, 1945
				14149 surveyed at Spence Field, TX Sep 13, 1943
				14150 to reclamation/scrap at DeRidder AAB, LA Oct 19, 1945
				14151 W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Beaver Dam, VA, condemned at Byrd Field, Richmond, VA Oct 3, 1942
				14152 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 26, 1945
				14153 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 26, 1945
				14154 wrecked 6 mi S of Foster Field, Victoria, TX Jun 27, 1943
				14155 surveyed at Foster AAF, TX Jul 30, 1944
				14156 to RFC at Eagle Pass AAF, TX Mar 2, 1945
				14157 to RFC at Ponca City, OK as TP-40F Apr 10, 1945
				14158 to RFC at Ponca City, OK as TP-40F Apr 26, 1945
				14159 W/o 19 Aug 1942 at New Castle AAB, DE, to CL-26 at New Castle AAB, DE Oct 8, 1942
				14160 to RFC at Ponca City, OK as TP-40F Apr 10, 1945
				14161 to CL-26 at Rice AAF, CA Nov 21, 1943
				14162 surveyed at TP-40F at Palm Springs AAF, CA Jul 1, 1944
				14163 wrecked at Luke Field, AZ Aug 1, 1943, W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ
				14164 to RFC at Bush Field Jul 18, 1944
				14165 W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Moore Field, TX, to CL-26 at Moore Field, TX Sep 9, 1943
				14166 to RFC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				14167 to RFC as P-40R-1 at Bush Field, GA Jun 3, 1945
				14168 to RFC as P-40R-1 at Albuquerque, NM Jun 20, 1945
				14169 surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ Jun 6, 1943
				14170 to RFC at Bush Field Mar 24, 1945
				14171 W/o 15 Sep 1942 at Florence, NJ, condemned at Ft Dix AAF, NJ Sep 19, 1942
				14172 W/o 30 Jan 1944 at Albany, GA, surveyed at Spence AAF, TX Feb 1 1944
				14173 to RFC at Bush Field, GA May 20, 1945
				14174 W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Craig Field, AL, surveyed at Craig Field, AL Apr 9, 1943
				14175 W/o 1 Oct 1942 at Hopewell TWP, NJ, condemned Oct 14, 1942
				14176 wrecked at Millville, NJ dec 2, 1942.  To CL-26 Jan 22, 1943
				14177 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 20, 1945
				14178 wrecked at Hanford, CT Sep 22, 1942.  1 killed.
				14179 W/o 24 Feb 1943 at Richmond, VA, condemned Apr 28, 1943
				14180 W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Moore Field, TX, surveyed at Moore AAF, TX Nov 3, 1943
				14182 to RFC at TP-49F at Ontario, CA Feb 9, 1945
				14182 wrecked at Mitchel AAF, NY when hit power line Jan 24, 1943
				14183 W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Moore Field, TX, surveyed at Moore AAF Aug 20, 1943
				14184 W/o 24 Aug 1943 at Craig Field, AL, surveyed at Craig Field, Selma, AL Aug 25, 1943
				14185 wrecked at Manchester, TN Dec 16, 1942. W/o 14 Dec 1942 at New Boston, NH.  To CL-26 Dec 19, 1942
				14186 (325th FG, 317th FS) crashed after midair collision with Grumman JF-1 9455 at Tiverton, RI Sep 29, 1942.  
					Pilot killed.
				14187 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 10, 1945
				14188 used by Royal Netherlands Military Flying Service in USAAF markings; returned to USAAF on 9 Dec 1943; 
					surveyed at Spence AAF, TX Jun 1, 1944
				14189 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 4 Oct 1944 at Moore AAF, TX, surveyed at Moore AAF, TX Oct 6, 1944
				14190 to RFC at P-40R-1 at Albuquerque, NM Oct 6, 1944
				14191 to DPC at Bush Field, GA Mar 24, 1945
				14192 surveyed at Coffeyville AAF, KS Mar 29, 1944
				14193 W/o 29 Sep 1943 at Moore Field, TX, surveyed at Moore AAF, TX Oct 3, 1943
				14194 W/o 25 Jul 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX, surveyed at Eagle Pass AAF, TX Jul 26, 1943
				14195 to reclamation/scrap at Spence Field, GA Sep 6, 1945
				14196 to RFC at Ponca City, OK May 5, 1945
				14197 condemned Mar 23, 1943
				14198 condemned inventory Jun 15, 1944
				14199 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 2, 1944
				14200 condemned May 29, 1943
				14201 condemned Mar 23, 1943
				14202 condemned inventory Jun 15, 1944
				14203 condemned Dec 17, 1942
				14204 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 6, 1944
				14205 w/o in belly landing with 18th FG, 445h FS in New Hebrides Dec 20, 1942.  Hulk recovered Nov 19089
					and shipped to Australia.  Restored to airworthy at Tyabb, Victoria.  To  RNZAF Museum, Wigram AB,
					New Zealand 1996-2002.  Being rebuilt as P-40E in RNZAF scheme, painted as NZ3024
				14206 condemned Mar 23, 1943
				14207 (44th FS, 18th FG) MIA Sep 14, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 622
				14208 condemned Mar 23, 1943
				14209 condemned MAr 23, 1943
				14210 condemned inventory Oct 31, 1944
				14211 W/o 14 Mar 1943 at Kaena Point, HI, condemned Apr 26, 1943
				14212 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 27, 1944
				14213 returned to USA Jan 12, 1944.  To CL-26 Mar 26, 1944
				14214 condemned Mar 23 1943
				14215 condemned AA Jaug 2, 1943
				14216 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, condemned May 26, 1943
				14217 condemned Mar 29, 1943
				14218 condemned salvage Nov 1, 1943
				14219 condemned salvage May 30, 1944
				14220 (57th FG, 65th FS) damaged during ground attack Nov 6, 1943 bellylanded and hit a stone
					wall and burst into flames near Metkovic, Yugoslavia.  MACR 1309.  Pilot KIA.
				14221 W/o 3 Feb 1943 at Dakar, Senegal, condemned Apr 28, 1943
				14222 to reclamation/scrap Rome AAF, NY Jul 23, 1945
				14223 condemned AAA Aug 29, 1943
				14224 surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Sep 4, 1944
				14225 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14226 condemned Apr 28, 1943
				14227 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14228 condemned Dec 31, 1942
				14229 condemned AA Jun 10, 1944
				14230 condemned salvage Oct 13, 1943
				14231 (324th FG, 316th FS) shot down by AAA at Castelvetrano, Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 48.
				14232 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14233 condemned inventroy Jul 8, 1944
				14234 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14235 (57th FG, 65th FS) shot down during ground attack Nov 6, 1943 near
					Metkovic, Yugoslavia.  MACR 1136.  Pilot KIA
				14236 condemned from enemy action Jul 27, 1943
				14237 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14238 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				14239 condemned AAA Jul 22, 1943
				14240 to excess inventory list Nov 30 1945
				14241 (324th FG, 316th FS) engine caught fire and abandoned 1 mi off Marettimo Island, Sicily, Italy 
					Jul 6, 1943. Pilot was seen in dinghy, but killed.  MACR 59. 
				14242 condemned MIA Jul 4, 1943
				14243 condemned crash Jun 9, 1943
				14244 condemned salvage Jul 6, 1943
				14245 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14246 (324th FG, 316th FS) wrecked in wheels-up landing at Kalabia, 
					Sinai, Africa Aug 13, 1943.  
				14247 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF) in takeoff accident at Caiampino Airfield, Italy Jun 14, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Condemned and salvaged Jun 29, 1944
				14248 to reclamation/scrap at Rome AAF, NY Jul 23, 1945
				14249 W/o 8 Dec 1943 at Moore Field, TX, surveyed at Moore Field, TX Dec 10, 1943
				14250 to excess inventory list Jun 4, 1944
				14251 condemned salvage Apr 12, 1945
				14252 condemned salvage Mar 29, 1945
				14253 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14254 condemned Apr 28, 1943
				14255 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Oct 21, 1942
				14256 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 8 Jul 1944 at Omega, GA, surveyed at Spence Field, GA Jul 9, 1944
				14257 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14258 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14259 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14260 condemned Apr 17, 1943
				14261 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14262 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14263 to reclamation/scrap at Tuskegee AAF, AL Oct 19, 1945
				14264 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14265 excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14266 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14267 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14268 Conv to P-40R-1; returned to USA Dec 1, 1943; w/o 6 May 1944 at Leonville, LA.  To CL-26 May 7, 1944.  
				14269 condemned MIA May 19, 1943
				14270 condemned salvage May 19, 1943
				14271 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14272 condemned salvage Jun 8, 1943
				14273 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14274 W/o 12 Dec 1943 at Berteaux AF,Algeria 
				14276 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14276 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14277 condemned salvage May 30, 1944
				14278 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14279 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14280 condemned salvage Sep 22, 1943
				14281 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14282 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14283 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14284 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14285 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14286 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14287 excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14288 (324th FG, 316th FS) shot down by Oblt. Franz Hrdlicka in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/5. 28 km ENE of 
					Castelvetrano, Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 49. 
				14289 condemned MIA Jan 21,1 943
				14290 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14291 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14292 wrecked 30 mi NW of Moore AAF, TX Nov 27, 1942.  W/o 8 Dec 1943 at Moore Field, TX, 
					To reclamation/scrap Jan 3, 1946
				14293 to reclamation/scrap at Laredo AF, TX Mar 10, 1945
				14294 condemned May 26, 1943
				14295 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14296 condemned from enemy action Jul 4, 1943
				14297 condemned crash Jan 20, 1943 
				14298 condemned salvage Jan 21, 1943.  
 				14299 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				Kittyhawk IIs offset from USAAF allocations 41-13697/14599. RAF 
				serials were FL219/448.  USAAF serial tieups not yet known by me
					FL219 AST To 4333M 11 Dec 1943
					FL220 AST To 4103M 29 Aug 1943
					FL221 DBR Crashed after take-off, Heliopolis,Italy., 4 May 1943
					FL222 DBR Overshot landing, Luqa,Malta., 15 Jul 1943 (#3Sqd RAAF)
					FL223 Missing, aerial combat near El Alamein, Africa., 29 Oct 1942
					FL224 SOC 15 Jun 1942
					FL225 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL226 Lost aerial combat during bomber escort, 3 Sep 1943
					FL227; DBR Landing accident, 17 Sep 1942  
					FL228 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL229 SOC 29 Feb 1944
					FL230 Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL231 Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
					FL232 Lost at sea enroute to Middle East 
					FL233 DBR take off accident hit FL260, El Assa, North Africa.,23 Feb 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL234 Missing during aerial combat near Fort Capuzzo, North Africa., 11 Nov 1943
					FL235 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL236 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL237 DBR  Damaged by flak, El Taqa, North Africa., 10 Jul 1943
					FL238 Lost to aerial combat near El Daba, North Africa., 23 Oct 1942
					FL239 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL240 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL241 Lost to aerial combat, North Africa., 06 Sep 1943
					FL242 DBR Aerial combat, 6 Sep 1943 (#6 Sqd RAAF)
					FL243 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL244 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East  
					FL245 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL246 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL247 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL248 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL249 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL250 SOC 8 Mar 1944
					FL251 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East  
					FL252 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL253 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL254 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL255 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL256 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL257 Lost at sea, enroute to Middle East
					FL258 SOC 19 Jul 1943
					FL259 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL260 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL261 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL262 DBR Damaged by flak, force-landed near 
						Zuara, North Africa.,21 Jan 1943
					FL292 Reported missing due to aerial combat near Zuara, Libya.,21 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL293 DBR Landing accident, Safi, Frence Morroco., 11 Jul 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL294 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL295 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL296 DBR Landing accident, Bari, Italy. 12 Dec 1943
					FL297 Lost to aerial combat during escort mission, 1 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL298 Lost to aerial combat near Marble Arch, UK.,15 Dec 1942
					FL299 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL300 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL301 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL302 DBR Gear collasped landing at Pisida, Libya.2 Mar 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL303 NFI
					FL304 DBR Force landed due to flak damage, Sicily., 4 Aug 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL305 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL306 Mid-air with BF-109 over Magrun, North Africa., 17 Nov 1942 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL307 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL308 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL309 Reported missing near Randazzo, Sicily 3 Aug 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL310 DBR Crashed landed on ferry flight, Kano, Netherlands., 15 Oct 1942
					FL311 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL312 NFI after Dec 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL313 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL314 Lost to aerial combat near El Daba, North Africa., 23 Oct 1942
					FL315 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL316 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL317 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL318 SOC 08 Mar 1944&;(#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL319 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL320 NFI after 12 Dec 1942 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL321 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL322 Lost to flak, BordJ Toual,North Africa.;27 Feb 1943
					FL323 Lost to aerial combat during escort, Bir Dufan, Libya., 14 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL324 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL325 DBR Mid-air with FL356 & crashed near Ben Gardane, Tunisia., 22 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL326 DBR Flak damage, 20 oct 1942
					FL327 SOC 31 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL328 SOC 26 Mar 1943
					FL329 SOC 29 Mar 1945 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL330 Lost to aerial combat during escort near Bir Dufan, Libya., 14 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL331 DBR Landing accident near Castel Benito, Libya., 13 Feb 1943 (#3 Sqd SAAF)
					FL332 Reported missing 19 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL333 DBR Force-landed near El Adem, Libya., 17 Oct 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL334 DBR Landing accident hit FL335, Nefatia, North Africa.,10 Mar 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL335 DBR Landing accident hit FL334, Nefatia, North Africa., 10 Mat 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL336 NFI after Apr 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL337 DBR Forced landed after aerial combat near LG.21, 26 oct 1942
					FL338 DBR Forced landed during ferry flight, Shama, India., 3 Oct 1942
					FL339 DBR Gear collapsed landing, Takoradi, Africa., 6 Oct 1942
					FL340 SOC 29 Mar 1945 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL341 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)			
					FL342 Damaged during strafing run, truck exploded, forced landed in desert, 26 Mar 1943
					FL343 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL344 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL345 Lost due to aerial combat during escort mission near Bir Dufan, Libya 14 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL346 Destroyed by enemy action 14 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL347 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL348 Lost 30 Mar 1945 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL349 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL350 Reported missing during escort mission, 5 Nov 1942
					FL351 Lost 04 Nov 1942
					FL352 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL353 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL354 To Armee de 1'Air (Free French) 31 Mar 1945
					FL355 DBR Landing accident, El Assa, North Africa., 10 Mar 1943  (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL356 Loss to aerial combat, forced landing, 26 Feb 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL357 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL358 DBR Landing accident, Pachino Main, Italy., 15 Sep 1943
					FL359 Fire in air, pilot bailed, 3mi.north of Derna, Libya.,20 Nov 1942
					FL360 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL361 To& Armee de 1'Air (Free French)31 Mar 1945
					FL362 DBR Overturned during forced landing, Homs, Netherlands., 15 Dec 1943
					FL363 Lost to aerial combat during escort mission near Dufan, Libya.,14 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL364 SOC 08 Mar 1944 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL365 SOC 08 Mar 1944
					FL366 DBR Taxied over landmine, Berka Main, Denmark.24 Mar 1943 
					FL367 Lost to flak, pilot bailed near Zuara, Libya.,22 Jan 1943 (#3 Sqd RAAF)
					FL368 SOC 01 Sep 1943
					FL369/FL448:diverted to USAAF
41-14300/14422		Curtiss P-40F-5-CU Warhawk
				Model H87-B3
				14304, 14332/14335, 14382, 14383, 14387, 14420 converted to P-40R-1
				14300 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14301 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14302 condemned crash Jan 21, 1943
				14303 condemned inventory Juk 8, 1944
				14304 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 2, 1945
				14305 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14306 condmened inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14307 wrecked at Pinellas AAB, FL Apr 5, 1943
				14308 W/o 25 Apr 1944 at Matagorda Peninsula, TX; surveyed at Foster AAF, TX Apr 27, 1944
				14309 to reclamation/scrap Ellington Field, TX Mar 10, 1945
				14310 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14311 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14312 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14313 excess inventory list Jul 22, 1944
				14314 MIA Feb 2, 1943
				14315 condemned crashed into Sea Jun 17, 1944
				14316 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14317 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14318 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14319 condemned crash Jan 21, 1943
				14320 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14321 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14322 excess inventory list Dec 3, 1942
				14323 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14324 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14325 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14326 condemned salvage Jun 6, 1943
				14327 to French AF.  Shot down by Fw 190 near Pichon, Tunisia
					Feb 9, 1943.  Pilot wounded, forcelanded, wreck set on fire 2
					days later.
				14328 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14329 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Setif, Algeria; condemned salvage Apr 8, 1944
				14330 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14331 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14332 to reclamation/scrap at Laredo AAF, TX Nov 13, 1945
				14333 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 18 Jul 1944 at Singer, LA; surveyed at DeRidder Jul 20, 1944
				14334 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 13 Feb 1945 at Litchfield Park, AZ, to reclamation/scrap Luke AAF, AZ Feb 24, 1945
				14335 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Sep 17, 1945
				14336 wrecked 17 mi N of Bradenton, FL Feb 25, 1943
				14337 W/o 7 May 1943 at Oscoda AAB, MI surveyed at Selfridge AAF Dec 18, 1943
				14338 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at Matagorda Peninsular, TX; surveyed at Selfridge AAF Oct 24, 1943
				14339 W/o 12 May 1944 at Luke AAF, AZ; to CL-26 at Selfridge AAF, MI Aug 3, 1943
				14340 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Marine City, MI; surveyed at Selfridge AAF, MI Aug 11, 1943
				14341 wrecked in force-landing at Binellas AAB, FL Feb 26, 1943
				14342 wrecked in force-landing at Sarasota, FL Feb 16, 1943
				14343 wrecked at Long Boat Key, FL in force-landing Feb 16, 1943
				14344 wrecked in takeoff accident at Tuskegee AAF, AL Jan 31, 1943.  Pilot killed.  
				14345 wrecked near Tuskegee AAF, AL Mar 25, 1943.  Pilot killed
				14346 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14347 condemned Apr 24, 1944
				14348 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 6, 1944
				14349 condemned Apr 26, 1943
				14350 condemned Nov 1, 1943
				14351 returned to USA Apr 1,1944.  Surveyed May 6, 1944.
				14352 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Waianae, HI; condemned Dec 1, 1943
				14353 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Kipapa AF, HI; condemned Jul 21, 1943
				14354 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed Apr 20, 1944
				14355 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  
				14356 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 6, 1944
				14357 condemned inventory Oct 16, 1943
				14358 W/o 17 Apr 1943 at Kilaloa Field, HI; condemned May 19 1943
				14359 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Stanley Field, HI; condemned Sep 13, 1943
				14360 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed Apr 14, 1944
				14361 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 6, 1944
				14362 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed Apr 26, 1944
				14363 condemned Jan 29, 1944
				14364 returned to USA Apr 1,1944.  Surveyed May 2, 1944
				14365 condemned due to mechanical failure Jun 17, 1944
				14366 condemned Aug 16, 1943
				14367 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14368 condemned inventory Feb 1, 1944
				14369 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed Apr 26, 1944
				14370 returned to USA Qpr 1, 1944.  Surveyed apr 20, 1944
				14371 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14372 condemned Dec 1, 1943
				14373 condemned Nov 15,1 943
				14374 returned to USA Jul 27, 1944.  Surveyed Aug 31,1944
				14375 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed May 2, 1944
				14376 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14377 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14378 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14379 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14380 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14381 wrecked near Mullett Key Gunnery Range, Old Tampa Bay Nov 4 1942
				14382 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 24 Jul 1944 at Fort Benning, GA; surveyed at Lawson Field, Ft. Benning, GA Jul 25, 1944
				14383 Conv to P-40R-1; w/o 15 Jun 1944 at De Ridder AAB, LA; surveyed at DeRideer AAB, LA Jun 17, 1944
				14384 wrecked in midair 25 mi SE of Pinnellas AAB, FL Nov 30, 1942
				14385 wrecned near St Petersburg, FL Jan 3, 1943 in midair
				14386 wrecked in takeoff accident at Pinellas AAB, FL Nov 30, 1942
				14387 to reclamation/scrap Luke AAF, AZ Nov 28, 1945
				14388 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Tullahoma, TN; surveyed at Oscoda AAF, MI Dec 2, 1943
				14389 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 20, 1945
				14390 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 28, 1945
				14391 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 30, 1945
				14392 surveyed at Venice AAF, FL Apr 16, 1943
				14393 (337th FG) wrecked at Pinellas AB, St Petersburgt, FL Apr 22, 1943
				14394 wrecked 1 mi SW of New Port, Richie, FL in late pullout during gunnery run
					and crashed into Gulf Jan 9, 1943.  Pilot killed
				14395 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14396 to excess inventory list Dec 3, 1942
				14397 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14398 condemned crash Mar 29, 1943
				14399 condemned collision Apr 8, 1944
				14400 (324th FG, 316th FS) engine failed and plane crashed on
					beach at Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  MACR 187.  Pilot returned.
				14401 W/o 18 Jan 1943 at Robert Field, Liberia; condemned Jan 27, 1943
				14402 returned to USA dec 9, 1943.  Surveyed in USA Feb 18, 1944
				14403 W/o 21 Jan 1943 at Accra, Goldcoast; condemned Jan 27, 1943
				14404 condemned Mar 26, 1943
				14405 returned to USA Apr 27, 1944. Surveyed May 12, 1944
				14406 W/o 22 May 1944 at Pignataro LG, Italy; condemned crash May 27, 1944
				14407 (1st FTS) crashed on landing in Algeria Dec 14, 1943.
					Condemned salvage Dec 14, 1943
				14408 condemned Sep 8, 1943
				14409 condemned Aug 13, 1943
				14410 condemned salvage Mar 29, 1945
				14411 W/o 30 Apr 1944 at Nola, Italy; condemned salvage Mar 29, 1945
				14412 condemned crash Apr 2, 1943
				14413 condemned Apr 12, 1943
				14414 (57th BG, 65th FS) shot down by AAA N of Mt Etna, Sicily Aug 8, 1943.  
					MACR 175.  Pilot KIA
				14415 condemned crash Sep 19, 1943
				14416 condemned AAA May 27, 1944
				14417 condemned MIA May 27, 1944
				14418 condemned Apr 30, 1943
				14419 W/o 14 Jul 1944 at Monalto, Italy; condemned salvage Jul 22, 1944
				14420 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 12, 1945
				14421 condemned crash Mar 29, 1943
				14422 returned to USA Mar 3, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 7, 1944
41-14423/14599		Curtiss P-40F-10-CU Warhawk
				Model H87-B3
				14497,14499,14500,14561 converted to P-40R-1.
				14423 condemned crash Jun 11, 1943
				14424 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14425 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14426 condemned from enemy action Jul 4, 1943
				14427 to reclamation/scrap at Rome, NY Jul 23, 1945
				14428 condemned AAA Apr 2, 1943
				14429 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14430 condemned AAA May 13, 1944
				14431 condemned Apr 26, 1943
				14432 condemned AAA Jan 12, 1944
				14433 W/o 10 May 1944 at Pignataro LG, Italy; condemned AAA Jun 10, 1944
				14434 condemned salvage Nov 27, 1944
				14435 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14436 (324th FG, 315th FS) bellylanded at El Haouaria, Tunisia Jul 31, 1943. Must have been repaired.
					With 27th FBG, 524th FBS, 12th AF) in taxiing accident at Pomilgliano airfield, Italy
					Feb 13, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned Jun 17, 1944
				14437 condemned salvage May 31, 1945
				14438 condemned salvage May 16, 1945
				14439 condemned salvage Jun 22, 1943
				14440 W/o 11 Jul 1943 at Sicily, Italy; condemned taxi accident Aug 3, 1943
				14441 W/o 8 May 1944 at Cercola LG. Italy; condemned MIA May 27, 1944
				14442 condemned AAA Mar 26, 1943
				14443 condemned Mar 13, 1943
				14444 condemned May 7, 1943
				14445 returned to USA Apr 17, 1944.  To CL-26 Apr 12, 1944
				14446 condemned crash Sep 15, 1943
				14447 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14448 condemned Apr 6, 1943
				14449 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14450 to excess inventory list Feb 18, 1943.  I also have this one as being
					lost at Cercola LG, Italy Jan 23, 1944 with 33rd FG.  MACR 8733
				14451 condemend Jul 2, 1944
				14452 condemned Jul 5, 1943
				14453 (524th FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Castellammaire, Italy Feb 13, 1944.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed and condemned crash Feb 13, 1944
				14454 condemned crash Mar 23, 1945
				14455 condemned crash Apr 13, 1943
				14456 (524th FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) crash landed at Castel Volturno airfield, Campania, Italy May 4, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned crash May 6, 1944
				14457 condemned salvage Apr 12, 1945
				14458 condemned Apr 16, 1943
				14459 surveyed Sep 1, 1944
				14460 condemned crash Aug 18, 1943
				14461 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14462 condemned oct 14, 1943
				14463 condemned AAA Jun 10, 1944
				14464 condemned AAA May 20, 1944
				14465 (57th FG) lost to AAA Dec 21, 1943.  MACR 1618
				14466 condemned Jan 14, 1944
				14467 (324th FG, 315th FS) engine failed and crashed into sea 4 mi S of Licate, Sicily, Italy Jul 13, 1943. 
					Pilot baled out but KIA. MACR 58. 
				14468 condemned AAA May 18, 1944
				14469 to excess inventory list Nov 20, 1945
				14470 to excess inventory list Nov 20, 1945
				14471 condemned salvage May 13, 1945
				14472 W/o 9 May 1944 at Cercola LG, Italy; condemned crash May 13, 1944
				14473 condemned salvage Mar 22, 1943
				14474 condemned AAA Nov 11,1 943
				14475 (324th FG, 316th FS) wrecked in wheels-up landing at 
					El Haouaria Field, Tunisia Aug 7, 1943
				14476 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Hammet, Tunisia
				14477 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 10, 1945
				14478 condemned salvage Mar 22, 1943
				14479 returned to USA Apr 12, 1944.  To CL-26 Apr 12, 1944
				14480 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14481 condemned salvage Sep 3, 1944
				14482 condemned AAA Jun 10, 1944
				14483 condemned crash Jun 11, 1943
				14484 condemned Sep 22, 1944
				14485 condemned crash Jul 27, 1943
				14486 condemned AAA Jul 22, 1944
				14487 condemned crash May 6, 1944
				14488 condemned May 12, 1943
				14489 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14490 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14491 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14492 condemned Apr 26, 1943
				14493 condemned salvage Oct 31, 1943
				14494 condemned crash Mar 27, 1943
				14495 condemned salvage Mar 25, 1944
				14496 to excess inventory list Aug 26, 1944
				14497 to RFC at Bush Field Mar 24, 1945
				14498 condemned May 7, 1943
				14499 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 2, 1945
				14500 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM May 28, 1945
				14501 wrecked near Pinellas AAB, St Petersburg, FL due to engine failure on takeoff Dec 14, 1942.  
					W/o 21 Apr 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				14502 W/o 14 Feb 1944 at Cercola LG, Italy; condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14503 condemned MIA Feb 2, 1943. 
				14504 (MSN 205354) condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944.  Shot down in North Africa.  Fell into German hands
				14505 (522nd FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) hit by AAA near Casale dei Fratu, Italy and crashed 1 km NE of
					Artena, Italy May 29, 1944.   MACR 5147.  Pilot killed.
				14506 diverted to Free French Jul 22, 1944
				14507 (324th FG) lost Apr 17, 1944.  MACR 3986
				14508 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14509 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14510 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14511 condemned AAA Jun 10, 1944
				14512 condemned Jun 10, 1943
				14513 W/o 4 Aug 1944 at Pomigliano, Italy; condemned salvage Aug 5, 1944
				14514 diverted to Free French ADO Jun 15, 1944
				14515 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14516 condemned Apr 3, 1943
				14517 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14518 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14519 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14520 condemned May 14, 1943
				14521 crashed and burned SW of Luke AAF, AZ Aug 26, 1943
				14522 condemned salvage Sep 24, 1943
				14523 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14524 condemned May 7, 1943
				14525 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14526 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14527 condemned from enemy action Mar29, 1943
				14528 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14529 condemned salvage May 7, 1945
				14530 diverted to Free French ADO Apr 17, 1945
				14531 (522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing motor vehicles 4 mi NE of Rome near
					Lago Bracciano, Italy Jun 4, 1944. MACR 5421.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  
				14532 condemned Mar 22, 1943
				14533 condemned crash Jun 17, 1944
				14534 condemned Jul 15, 1943
				14535 condemned salvage Mar 23, 1945
				14536 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14537 (MSN 17753) returned to USA Apr 12, 1944.  To CL-26 Apr 12, 1944
				14538 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14539 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14540 (57th FG) lost Jan 21, 1944.   MACR 1807
				14541/14547 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14548 condemned crash Jan 7, 1943
				14549 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14550 condemned salvage Feb 27, 1945
				14551 condemned from enemy action Aug 8, 1943
				14552 condemned Apr 26, 1943
				14553 condemned salvage Oct 25, 1944
				14554 (324th FG) MIA Apr 1, 1944.  MACR 3577
				14555 condemned crash Mar 26, 1943
				14556 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14557 condemned crash Apr 22, 1943
				14558 condemned AAA Feb 16, 1944
				14559 (522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing trucks SW of Biterbo and crashed 5 mi
					S of Viterbo, Italy Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5449.  Pilot killed.
				14560 condemned Apr 20, 1943
				14561 to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF, AZ Mar 27, 1945
				14562 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14563 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14564 condemned Apr 6, 1943
				14565 (13rd FRG) landing accident at Wadi Seidna, Sudan Jan 14, 1943.  Repaired.  Crashed on takeoff at Wadi 
					Seidna, Sudan Jul 11, 1943.  Condemned Aug 31, 1943
				14566 (57th FG, 66th FS) crashed during strafing run near Villamagna, E of Chieti,
					Italy Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1141.  Pilot KIA
				14567 condemned salvage Aug 3, 1944
				14568 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF) in taxiing accident at Ciampino airfield, Italy Jun 12. 1944.
					Pilot survive, aircraft was destroyed. 
				14569 (57th FG, 65th FS) shot down by AAA and crashlanded near
					Visici, Yugoslavia Nov 12, 1943.  MACR 1184.  Pilot KIA
				14570 condemned Apr 20, 1943
				14571 condemned salvage QApr 12, 1945
				14572 condemned due to AAA Apr 22, 1944
				14573 condemned due to AAA Dec 2, 1943
				14574 condemned salvage Apr 2, 1945
				14575 condemned crash Sep 14, 1943
				14576 W/o 25 Feb 1943 at Minna, Nigeria; condemned Apr 10, 1943
				14577 (65th FS, 57th FG) shot down by light AAA N of Mount Etna, Sicily Aug 4, 1943.  MACR 155.  Pilot KIA
				14578 (57th FG) shot down during ground attack Nov 6, 1943 near Metkovic, Yugoslavia.  MACR 1135.  Pilot KIA
				14579 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				14580 (523rd FS, 27th FG) shot down by 20-mm AA wile strafing motor vehicles 15 mi N of Lake Bolsena,
					Italy Jun 12, 1944.  MACR 5789.  Pilot killed.
				14581 (324th FG) lost to AAA May 19, 1944.  MACR 4891
				14583 condemned due to AAA Feb 18, 1944
				14584 returned to USA Jul 13, 1944.  Surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Sep 1, 1944
				14585 (324th FG) lost May 16, 1944.  MACR 4789
				14586 W/o 25 Feb 1943 at Kano, Nigeria; condemned Apr 26, 1943
				14587 condemned Apr 28, 1943
				14588 (324th FG, 314th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/I. off Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 60. 
				14589 condemned Jul 5, 1943
				14590 (57th FG, 64th FS) hit by explosion of ammunition train during strafing and crashed
					near Ancona, Italy Oct 20, 1943.  MACR 1241.  Pilot KIA
				14591 condemned Apr 6, 1943
				14592 condemned crash Aug 23, 1942
				14593 condemned salvage non-combat May 31, 1945
				14594 condemned May 26, 1943
				14595 W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Aine Barard, Tunisia; condemned collision Oct 17, 1943
				14596 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1945
				14597 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				14598 condemned MIA Jan 20, 1944
				14599 condemned salvage Apr 9, 1945
41-14600/15172		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
				14600 surveyed at Oklahoma City, OK Feb 14, 1944
				14601 to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, West Helena, AR Oct 2, 1944
				14602 to RFC at Harrell Field, Camden, AR Apr 20, 1945
				14603 to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, West Helena, AR Apr 5, 1945
				14604 to China Nov 3, 1944
				14605 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 15, 1944
				14606 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 14, 1945
				14607 to RFC at Gibbs Field, Ft. Stockton, TX Oct 25, 1944
				14608 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14609 (MSN T41-538) W/o 20 Jul 1942 at Corsicana AAAF #2, TX; condemned at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Oct 1,1942
				14610 to RFC at Camden, AR Sep 19, 1944
				14611 (MSN T41-540) W/o 29 Feb 1944 at Kerens, TX, surveyed at Corsicana, TX Mar 2, 1944
				14612 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Nov 1, 1944
				14613 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 8, 1944
				14614 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 20, 1944
				14615 condemend at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Mar 3, 1942
				14616 (MSN T41-545) to RFC at Newark, NJ Mar 30, 1945.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 141
				14617 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				14618 to RFC at Cimarron Field Jul 21, 1944
				14619 to China Oct 20, 1944
				14620 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 2, 1944
				14621 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 3, 1944
				14622 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944
				14623 (MSN T41-552) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Grider Field, AR, surveyed at Pine Bluff, AR Jul 5, 1943
				14624 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 15, 1945
				14625 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Feb 3, 1945
				14626 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 15, 1945
				14627 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 22, 1945
				14628 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 19, 1944
				14629 to RFC at Camden, AR Sep 18, 1944
				14630 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 9, 1944
				14631 (MSN T41-560) W/o 17 Jul 1942 at Beaton AAAF, TX, condemned at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jul 29, 1942
				14632 to RFC at Ponca City, CA Sep 6, 1944
				14633 to RFC at Camden, AR Sep 25, 1944
				14634 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 11, 1944
				14635 to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 7, 1944
				14636 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 10, 1944
				14637 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 8, 1944
				14638 to RFC at Thunderbird Aux, Phoenix, AZ Jan 14, 1945
				14639 (MSN T41-568) W/o 16 Jan 1942 at Beaton AAAF, TX, to CL-26 at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Mar 26, 1942
				14640 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Nov 1, 1944
				14641 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 10, 1944
				14642 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 1, 1944
				14643 surveyed at Skeston, MO Dec 27, 1943
				14644 to RFC at West Helena AR Dec 8, 1944
				14645 to RFC at Cimarron Field Jul 21, 1944
				14646 to RFC at Brooks Field, TX Jul 1, 1944
				14647 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 23, 1944
				14648 surveyed at Sikeson, MO Dec 27, 1943
				14649 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				14650 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 10, 1944
				14651 (MSN T41-580) W/o 5 May 1944 at Matthews AAAF, MO, to RFC at Sikeston, MO May 16, 1944
				14652 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 22, 1945
				14653 surveyed at Sikeston, MO Dec 27, 1943
				14654 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Mar 27, 1945
				14655 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 4, 1944
				14656 wrecked 12 mi N of Tulsa, OK Jun 18, 1941.  Pilot killed
				14657 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 28, 1944
				14658 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 19 1944
				14659 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 26, 1944
				14660 to RFC at Cincinatti, OH Sep 13, 1944
				14661 (MSN T41-590) W/o 17 Apr 1942 at Cimarron Field, OK, condemned at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jun 10, 1942
				14662 to China Oct 20, 1944
				14663 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Oct 17, 1944
				14664 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Oct 30, 1944
				14665 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 8, 1944
				14666 surveyed at Cimarron AAF, TX Nov 15, 1943.   Plane on display at USAF Museum,
					WPAFB, Dayton, OH painted as 41-14666 is actually 42-34023..
				14667 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 10, 1944
				14668 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Oct 30, 1944
				14669 surveyed at Enid AAF, OK Jun 24, 1944
				14670 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 18, 1944
				14671 (MSN T41-600) W/o 17 Apr 1942 at Corsicana Field, TX, to RFC at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Apr 30, 1942
				14672 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 22, 1944
				14673 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14674 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 17, 1944
				14675 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 27, 1944.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ as N53963.
					N53963 was registered as a Fairchild M-62A, MSN T41613, 17Jul71 to Tucson Air Museum and cancelled 8Jul77
				14676 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14677 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 15, 1944
				14678 (MSN T41-607) W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Eueka, TX, surveyed at Corsicana AAF, TX Jun 21, 1943
				14679 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 17, 1944
				14680 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 5, 1945
				14681 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 15, 1944
				14682 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 24, 1944
				14683 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944
				14684 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 21, 1944
				14685 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				14686 surveyed at Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX Jul 25, 1942
				14687 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14688 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 20, 1944
				14689 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Mar 24,1 945
				14690 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 21, 1945
				14691 to China Mar 20, 1944
				14692 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 20, 1944
				14693 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 15, 1945
				14694 (MSN T41-623) W/o 31 Jul 1942 at Grider Field, AR, surveyed at Pine Bluff, AR Sep 2, 1942
				14695 to Brazil Feb 7, 1942 as FAB 16, later 0166
				14696 to Brazil Feb 7, 1942 as FAB 17, later 0167
				14697 (MSN T41-626) to Brazil Sep 7, 1942.  W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Recife, Brazil, Missing condemned inventory Jan 1, 1945
				14698 to RFC at Hicks Field, Ft Worth, TX May 2, 1945
				14699 wrecked at Cimarron Field, TX Aug 3, 1942.
				14700 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14701 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 10,1944
				14702 (MSN T41-631) W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Cimarron Field, OK, surveyed at Spartan School, Tulsa, OK Nov 11, 1943
				14703 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 10, 1944
				14704 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Nov 1, 1944
				14705 wrecked when stalled on landing at Cimarron Field Oct 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
				14706 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Oct 17, 1944
				14707 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 21, 1944
				14708 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Mar 28, 1945
				14709 to China Oct 19, 1944
				14710 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 24, 1944
				14711 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14712 wrecked 3 mi W of Richland, TX Aug 21, 1941
				14713 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 17, 1944
				14714 (MSN T41-643) wrecked in collision with BT-13 41-1566 at Corsicana, TX Mar 22, 1942, repaired.  To RFC
					at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 23, 1944
				14715 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 15, 1944
				14716 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 3,1944
				14717 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14718 to RFC at Omaha, NB Mar 13, 1945
				14719 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14720 (MSN T41-649) W/o 25 Jun 1943 at Corsicana AAAF #3, TX, surveyed at Corsicana AAF, TX Jun 28, 1943
				14721 to China Oct 18, 1944
				14722 to RFC at Selma, AL Oct 5, 1944
				14723 surveyed at Murfreesboro Field, TN Jun25, 1944
				14724 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Aug 2, 1944
				14725 to RFC at Thunderbird Aux #2, Phoenix, AZ Apr 4, 1945
				14726 (MSN T41-664) to RFC at Thunderbird Aux #2, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1945.  To civil
					registry as N48557
				14727 to RFC at Tulsa, OK Mar 22, 1945
				14728 to RFC at Thunderbird Aux #2, Phoenix, AZ Apr 4, 1945
				14729 surveyed at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jun 25, 1942
				14730 to RFC at Thunderbird Aux #2, Phoenix, AZ Apr 4, 1945
				14731 to reclamation/scrap at Independence, MO May 29, 1947
				14732 to RFC at Thunderbird Aux #2, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1945
				14733 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker Field, OK Mar 31, 1949
				14734 to RFC at Aviation Enterprises, Houston, TX Jan 30, 1945
				14735 to RFC at Aviation Enterprises, Houston, TX Mar 8, 1945
				14736 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker Field, OK Mar 31, 1949
				14737 to storage at CAP Wing, KS Aug 3, 1946
				14738 to RFC at Aviation Enterprises, Houston, TX Jan 30, 1945
				14739 wrecked 13 mi N of Tulsa, OK Jul 11, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				14740 wrecked 5 mi SW of Miami, FL Oct 3, 1942 in landing accident.  Pilot killed
				14741 to storage at CAP Wing, MN Aug 31, 1946
				14742 surveyed at Tulsa, OK Oct 28, 1943
				14743 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14744 (MSN T41-673) wrecked at Cuero, TX Jun 9, 1942, repaired (No); w/o 21 Oct 1944 at Cuero, TX
				14745 wrecked 2.5 mi W of Cuero, TX Jul 28, 1943
				14746 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 30, 1944
				14747 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 31, 1944.  I also have this one as being
					lost Jun 1, 1944 with 27th FG, MACR 5371, but the MACR lists the plane as being a P-40.
				14748 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 1, 1944
				14749 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Nov 2, 1944
				14750 to RFC at Harrell Field, Camden, AR Sep 25, 1944
				14751 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 25, 1944
				14752 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				14753 (MSN T41-682) W/o 13 Jan 1944 at Mustang Field, OK, surveyed at Ft Stockton, TX Jan 11, 1944
				14754 (MSN T41-683) W/o 16 Jan 1942 at Cureo AAAF #1, TX, condemned Mar 3, 1942
				14755 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 10, 1944
				14756 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Feb 21, 1945
				14757 to rFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 9, 1945
				14758 to RFC at at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 30, 1944
				14759 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14760 to RFC at Rutledge Field, CO Apr 6, 1945
				14761 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 8, 1944
				14762 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 24, 1944
				14763 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 23, 1945
				14764 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14765 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 16, 1944
				14766 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Nov 1, 1944
				14767 wrecked 5 mi NW of Cuero, TX Nov 9, 1942
				14768 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 29, 1944.
				14769 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14770 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Mar 27, 1945
				14771 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 31, 1944
				14772 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 27, 1944
				14773 (MSN T41-702) to China Nov 7, 1944; to Norwegian AF as 145
				14774 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Mar 27, 1945
				14775 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 8, 1944
				14776 werecked at Cuero, TX Jun 30, 1942 in forced landing
				14777 to RFC at Aviation Enterpriese, Houston, TX Mar 9, 1945
				14778 wrecked at Cuero, TX apr 22,1943
				14779 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 9, 1944
				14780 condemned at Sherman AAF, TX Apr 30, 1943
				14781 to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Apt , West Helena, AR Oct 26, 1944
				14782 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 8, 1945
				14783 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 8, 1945
				14784 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 8, 1945
				14785 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14786 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14787 to RFC at Ponca City, OK sep 8, 1945
				14788 to RFC at Vernon, tX Jul 24, 1945
				14789 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 21, 1944
				14790 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 25, 1944
				14791 surveyed Jul 25, 1942
				14792 to China Oct 19,1944
				14793 to RFC at Thompson-Robins Apt, West Helena, AR Oct 9, 1944
				14794 to RFC at Harrell Field, AR Sep 27, 1944
				14795 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13,1944
				14796 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Oct 5, 1944
				14797 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 1, 1944
				14798 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Oct 5,1944
				14799 to RFC at Newark, NJ Dec 31, 1944
				14800 to RFC at West Helena, OK Oct 13,1944
				14801 (319 AAFTD) crashed Mar 7, 1943 6 mi S of Houston MAP.  WASP trainee pilot and civilian 
					instructor both killed.  Condemned at Houston, TX Apr 30, 1943
				14802 wrecked S of Coleman, TX Mar 3,1942
				14803 to RFC at Cincinatti, OH Sep 2, 1944
				14804 to reclamation at Tinker Field, OK Mar 31, 1949
				14805 redesignated PT-19B Oct 12, 1942.  To RFC/scrap at Goodfellow Field, TX Oct 1944
				14806 (MSN T41-735) to storage at CAP Wing, KS Oct 4, 1947.  To Norwegian AF as 151
				14807 to reclamation at Tinker Field, OK Mar 31, 1949
				14808 to CL-26 at Coleman, TX Mar 26, 1942
				14809 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14810 to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 5, 1944
				14811 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14812 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 7, 1944
				14813 wrecked 6 mi S of Coleman, TX Aug 13, 1941.  Pilot killed
				14814 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Oct 20, 1944
				14816 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Apr 27, 1945
				14817 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 9, 1944
				14818 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 6, 1944
				14819 (MSN T41-748) To NC201 in 1941; returned to USAAF(No); to RFC at Herbert-Smart Field, GA Dec 28, 1944; to N64476 in 1946; current 2011
				14820 to RFC at Wichita, KS Dec 5, 1944
				14821 to RFC at Herbert-Smart Field, GA Nov 24, 1944
				14822 (MSN T41-751) W/o 25 Feb 1942 at Ravenna, TX; repaired (No); to RFC at Harrell Field, Camden, AR Sep 26, 1944
				14823 to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, West Helena, AR Oct 2, 1944
				14824 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5,1944
				14825 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14826 redesignated PT-19B Apr 27, 1942.  To RFC at Miami, OK Feb 22, 1944
				14827 redesignated PT-19B Apr 27, 1942.  TO RFC at Miami, OK Feb 22, 1944
				14828 to RFC atVernon, TX Jul 9, 1945
				14829 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 20, 1944
				14830 to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, West Helena, AR Oct 8, 1944
				14831 redesignated PT-19B Apr 27, 1942.  To RFC at Lunken Apt, OH Mar 2, 1945
				14832 redesignated PT-19B Apr 27, 1942.  To RFC at Lunken Apt, OH Mar 2, 1945
				14833 redesignated PT-19B Apr 27, 1942.  To DPC at Rutledge Field, CO Mar 22, 1945
				14834 redesignated PT-19B Apr 27, 1942.  To DPC at Rutledge Field, CO Mar 22, 1945
				14835 to reclamation at Tinker Field, OK Mar 9, 1949
				14836 to reclamation at Tinker Field, OK Mar 9, 1949
				14837 redesignated PT-19B Oct 12, 1942. To RFC at Rutledge Field, CO Mar 22,1945
				14838 to DPC at Salt Lake City Apt Dec 8, 1944.
				14839 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 18, 1944
				14840 stored at CAP Wing, MN Aug 31, 1946
				14841 redesignated PT-19B Oct 12, 1942.  To DPC at Rutledge Field, Dupont, CO Mar 22, 1945
				14842 wrecked at Uvalde, TX Mar 28, 1942
				14843 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 16, 1944
				14844 to DPC at Salt Lake City, UT Dec 20, 1944
				14845 to RFC at Vernon, TX Dec 9, 1944
				14846 (MSN T41-775) To NC202; returned to USAAF (No); surveyed Jul 15, 1943; w/o 25 Jun 1943 at Powell, TX; repaired (No); 
					wfu 15 Jul 1943; to N55745 in 1945
				14847 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 19, 1944
				14848 to reclamation at Goodfellow Field, TX Apr 3, 1946
				14849 condemned Mar 3, 1942
				14850 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 8, 1944
				14851 to DPC at Salt Lake City, UT Dec 20, 1944
				14852 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 14, 1944
				14853 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 18, 1944
				14854 to RFC at Vernon, TX Feb 6, 1945
				14855 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14856 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Mar 26, 1945
				14857 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 19, 1944
				14858 wrecked at Chickasha, OK Apr 1, 1942
				14859 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Oct 20, 1944
				14860 to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 8, 1944
				14861 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				14862 wrecked at Vernon, TX Aug 27, 1943
				14863 to RFC at Harrell Field, Camden, AR Sep 17, 1944
				14864 condemned Jul 25, 1942
				14865 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Nov 20, 1944
				14866 (MSN T41-795) wrecked at Chickasha, OK Dec 10, 1942
				14867 (MSN T41-796) W/o 6 Apr 1943 at Victory Field, TX, surveyed at Sheppard AAF, TX Jun 10, 1943
				14868 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 21, 1944
				14869 surveyed at Miami, OK Feb 16, 1944
				14870 to RFC at Newark, NJ Apr 15, 1945
				14871 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				14872 wrecked at Vernon, TX Mar 4, 1943
				14873 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Mar 27, 1945
				14874 (MSN T41-803) W/o 11 Jul 1944 at Uvalde, TX, aurveyed at Uvalde Field, TX Jul 12, 1944
				14875 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 13, 1944
				14876 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944.  To civil registry
					as N54508.
				14877 wrecked west of Victoria TX Dec 27, 1941
				14878 to RFC at Gibbs Field, Ft. Stockton, TX Nov 1, 1944
				14879 to RFC at Vernon, TX May 19, 1945
				14880 surveyed at Sikeston Flight School, MO Dec 27, 1943
				14881 wrecked in landing accident at Home Field, TX Sep 11, 1942
				14882 to DPC at Rutledge Field, Dupont, CO Feb 23, 1944
				14883 (MSN T41-812) to NC203 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 26, 1944
				14884 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Mar 27, 1945
				14885 to China Oct 20, 1944
				14886 to DPC at Salt Lake City Apt, UT Dec 8, 1944
				14887 to DPC at Salt Lake City Apt, UT Dec 8, 1944
				14888 (MSN T41-817) W/o 23 Feb 1942 at Arledge Field, TX; condemned at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Mar 15, 1942
				14889 (MSN T41-818) W/o 26 Apr 1942 at Stamford, TX; condemned at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jun 8, 1942
				14890 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 1, 1945
				14891 to China Oct 18, 1944
				14892 surveyed at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Oct 17, 1943
				14893 (MSN T41-822) W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Gibbs Field, TX; surveyed at Gibbs Field, Ft. Stockton, TX Oct 17, 1943
				14894 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 27, 1944
				14895 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Nov 3, 1944
				14896 (MSN T41-825) To NC204 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); wfu 3 Mar 1945 at RFC Vernon, TX; to N58787 in 1946; current 2011
				14897 (MSN T41-826) To NC205 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); wfu 24 Jan 1945 at DPC Readington, NJ; to N205H in 1946 
				14898 (MSN T41-827) W/o 25 Sep 1941 at Grady, AR; repaired (No); wfu 28 Feb 1948 at RFC Ponca City, OK
				14899 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Sep 20, 1944.
				14900 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 21, 1945
				14901 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 4, 1945
				14902 (MSN T41-831) W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Grider Field, AR; repaired; wfu 21 Dec 1943 at Pine Bluff, AR; to N54508; current 2011
				14903 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944
				14904 to China Nov 7, 1944
				14905 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14906 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 21, 1945
				14907 to China Sep 29, 1944
				14908 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 15 ,1944
				14909 wrecked at Corsicana Jul 21, 1942
				14910 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 25, 1944
				14911 (MSN T41-840) W/o 4 Nov 1941 at Corsicana, TX; surveyed at Corsicana AAF Apr 10, 1942
				14912 wrecked at Corsicana, TX Sep 10, 1942
				14913 surveyed at Corsicana AAF Jun 17, 1944
				14914 wrecked at Corsicana AAF, TX Oct 1, 1942
				14915 to RFC at Harrell Field, Camden, AR Sep 17, 1944
				14916 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14917 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Mar 22, 1945
				14918 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 9, 1944
				14919 to CL-26 at Duncan Field, TX Mar 26, 1942
				14920 (MSN T41-849) W/o 16 Mar 1943 at Emhouse, TX 
				14921 (MSN T41-850) W/o 13 Feb 1942 at Cimarron AAAF #2, OK 
				14922 to RFC at Whitehouse, NJ Apr 6, 1945
				14923 to DPC at Bush Field, GA Oct 12, 1944
				14924 to RFC at Harrel Field, AR Oct 21,1 944
				14925 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 2, 1944
				14926 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14927 to DPC at Bush Field, GA Oct 7, 1944
				14928 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				14929 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 21, 1944
				14930 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14931 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				14932 to RFC at Rutledge Field, Dupont, CO Mar 22, 1945
				14933 wrecked at Pine Bluff, AR Nov 14, 1941.  Pilot killed
				14934 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 18, 1945
				14935 surveyed at Duncan Field Jan 6, 1943
				14936 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 18, 1945
				14937 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 14, 1944
				14938 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944
				14939 wrecked in landing accident at Hicks Field, TX Dec 15, 1942
				14940 to China Nov 3, 1944
				14941 to RFC at Cincinatti Apt, OH Sep 6 ,1944
				14942 to RFC at Harrell Field, Camden, AR Sep 26, 1944
				14943 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 13, 1944
				14944 to RFC at Aviation Enterprises, Houston, TX Jan 31, 1945
				14945 to RFC at West Helena, AR Ot 13, 1944
				14946 to RFC at Miami Apt, FL Feb 23, 1945
				14947 to RFC at Lambert Field, MO Nov 25, 1944
				14948 to RFC at Cuero Apt, TX Oct 29, 1944
				14949 condemned at Duncan Field, TX Jun 9, 1942
				14950 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14951 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 10, 1944
				14952 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 6, 1944
				14953 (MSN T41-882) To NC217 in 1942; returned to USAAF (No); wfu 16 Sep 1944 at RFC Camden, AR; to N217E in 1945
				14954 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				14955 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Jan 11, 1944
				14956 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Jan 11, 1944
				14957 (MSN T41-886) To NC206 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); wfu 11 Jan 1944 at RFC Gibbs Field, TX; to N64409 in 1946
				14958 wrecked 6 mi E of Coleman, TX Aug 17, 1942.  Pilot killed
				14959 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944.
				14960 wrecked in takeoff accident at Coleman, TX Jun 8, 1942
				14961 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				14962 wrecked SE of Coleman, TX Mar 11, 1942
				14963 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14964 wrecked 2 mi E of Santa Ananna, TX Jun 6, 1942
				14965 to RFC at La Mesa, TX Oct 26, 1944
				14966 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Sep 2, 1944
				14967 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 19, 1944
				14968 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14969 to RFC at Vernon, TX Jul 9, 1945
				14970 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14971 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14972 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				14973 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 5, 1944
				14974 to RFC at Rutledge Field, Dupont, CO Mar 31,1 945
				14975 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 13, 1945
				14976 wrecked 1 mi N of Ector, TX Apr 3, 1942.
				14977 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 6, 1944
				14978 (MSN T41-907) Wfu 4 Oct 1944 at RFC West Helena, AR; to Norwegian AF as 153
				14979 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Jul 20, 1944
				14980 to RFC at West Helena, AR Ot 9, 1944.
				14981 to RFC at Bettis Apt, Pittsburgh, PA Apr 6, 1945
				14982 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 6, 1944
				14983 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 5, 1944
				14984 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 6, 1944
				14985 wrecked at Duncan Field Oct 9, 1942
				14986 to RFC at Rutledge Field, Dupont, CO Apr 5, 1945
				14987 (MSN T41-916) wrecked at Bonham, TX Jul 28, 1943
				14988 to RFC at Neward, NJ Apr 21, 1945
				14989 (MSN T41-918) W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Glass Field, TX; surveyed at Ballinger AAF, TX Feb 23, 1944
				14990 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 26, 1944
				14991 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 20, 1944
				14992 to RFC at Vernon, TX Apr 11, 1945
				14993 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 21, 1944
				14994 to RFC at Harrell Foeld Sep 18, 1944
				14995 to RFC at Harrell Field Sep 26, 1944
				14996 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14997 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				14998 to RFC at Morrison Flying Service, Helena, MO Apr 18, 1945
				14999 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944
				15000 to DPC at Salt Lake City, UT Dec 8, 1944
				15001 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Nov 20, 1944
				15003 (MSN T41-932) wrecked in midair collision at Chickasha, OK Oct 14, 1942.  Pilot killed.  W/o 29 Oct 1942 at Chickasha, OK
				15004 (MSN T41-933) W/o 23 Oct 1942 at Avenger Field, TX; condemned at Sweetwater, TX Oct 24, 1942
				15005 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Nov 20, 1944
				15006 (MSN T41-935) To NC207 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); wfu 20 Nov 1944 at Ponca City, OK; to N207E in 1946
				15007 to RFC at Pionca City Apt, OK Nov 16, 1944
				15008 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Apr 26, 1945
				15009 to RFC at Albuquerque AAF, NM Jul 9, 1945
				15010 (MSN T41-939) To NC208 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); surveyed at Ballinger AF, TX Oct 27, 1944
				15011 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 27, 1944
				15012 surveyed at Ballinger AAF, TX Oct 4, 1943
				15013 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 25, 1944
				15014 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 17, 1945
				15015 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				15016 surveyed at Ballinger AAF, TX Jun 5, 1944
				15017/15020 to Bolivia Jan 5, 1942
					15019 to PP-TTR after Bolivian AF service.
				15021 wrecked at Vernon, TX Jan 21,1 942
				15022 to RFC at Huron, SD Apr 1945
				15023 to rFC at West Helena, AR Oct 4, 19944
				15024 to China Oct 29, 1944
				15025 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 21, 1945
				15026 to China Oct 23, 1944
				15027 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 7, 1944
				15028 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 5, 1944
				15029 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 8, 1944
				15030 to RFC at Salt Lake City, UT Dec 8, 1944
				15031 surveyed at Uvalde AAF, TX Aug 10, 1944
				15032 to RFC at Salt Lake City, UT Dec 8, 1944
				15033 to RFC at Salt Lake City, UT Dec 20, 1944
				15034 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 25, 1944
				15035 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 14, 1944
				15036 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 7, 1944
				15037 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 23, 1944
				15038 to RFC at Harrell Field Apr 26, 1945
				15039 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 3, 1944
				15040 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 23, 1944
				15041 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				15042 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 3, 1944
				15043 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				15044 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 1, 1944
				15045 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 11,1945
				15046 (MSN T41-975) Wfu; to Royal Norwegian AF as 161
				15047 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 28, 1944
				15048 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 20, 1945
				15049 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 25, 1944
				15050 (MSN T41-979) to reclamation at Goodfellow AAF, TX Oct 24, 1945; W/o 25 Oct 1944 at Mertzon, TX 
				15051 (MSN T41-980) W/o 21 Jul 1942 at Corsicana AAAF #2, TX; condemned at Corsicana AAF, TX Oct 28, 1942
				15052 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 27, 1944
				15053 (MSN T4-982) W/o 29 Jun 1942 at Waco AAF, TX 
				15054 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 15, 1944
				15055 to RFC at Gibbs Field Nov 1, 1944
				15056 lost wing in level flight and crashed 4 mi N of Eureka, TX Mar 29, 1943.  1 killed
				15057 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 9, 1944
				15058 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 1, 1944
				15059 (MSN T41-988) wrecked at Brown Aux Field, Boham, TX Apr 11, 1943.  W/o 12 Apr 1943 at Brown Field, TX 
				15060 to RFC at Cimarron Field Jul 18, 1944
				15061 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 12, 1945
				15062 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 6, 1944
				15064 (MSN T41-993) W/o 13 Mar 1942 at Jones Field, TX; repaired (No); surveyed at Duncan Field Dec 23, 1943
				15065 condemned at Bonham, TX Jul 21, 1943
				15066 wrecked at Cimarron Field, OK May 14, 1942.
				15067 to China Oct 19, 1944
				15068 wrecked at Cimarron Field, OK Sep 6, 1943
				15069 to RFC at Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				15070 (MSN T41-999) To NC209 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); wfu 26 Mar 1945 at RFC Lamesa, TX; to N209E in 1946
				15071 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 16, 1944
				15072 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Oct 27, 1944
				15073 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Oct 27, 1944
				15074 (MSN T41-1003) To NC210 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No);wrecked in midair at Chickasha AAF, OK Oct 14, 1942.  Pilot killed.
					Also reported as N65638 in 1946
				15075 (MSN T41-1004) To NC211 in 1941; returned to USAAF (No); wrecked in midair at Chickasha AAF, OK Oct 29, 1942.  Pilot killed
				15076 to RFC at Omaha Apt, NB Apr 24, 1945
				15077 (MSN T41-1006) W/o 28 Jan 1943 at Garner Field, TX, wrecked at Uvalde AAF, TX Jan 29,1943
				15078 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 25, 1944
				15079 to RFC at Grafton Apt, MA Apr 5, 1945
				15080 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 25,1944
				15081 to RFC at Gowen Field, ID Nov 22, 1944
				15082 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 7, 1944
				15083 to RFC at West Helena Apt, AR Nov 3, 1944
				15084 to RFC at Whitehouse, NJ Apr 20, 1945
				15085 (MSN T41-1014) W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Long AAAF, AR; surveyed at Pine Bluff Aviation School, AR Aug 21, 1944; repaired (No); wfu; to Norwegian AF as 163 
				15086 (MSN T41-1015) Wfu 18 Apr 1945 at RFC Grafton, MA; to Royal Norwegian AF as 169 at "Little Norway" in
					Toronto, Canada.  Registered LN-BFL.  Registered D-EGOM Jul 31, 1957.  Cancelled Nov 27, 1964.  WFU and
					displayed on roof of Hezinger petrol station, Stuttgart.
				15087 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				15088 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 31, 1944
				15089 (MSN T41-1018) Wfu 24 Jan 1945 at RFC Whitehouse, NJ; to Norwegian AF as 171 
				15090 to RFC at West Helena, AR Nov 3, 1944
				15091 to RFC at Omaha, NB mar 12, 1945
				15092 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Nov 1, 1944
				15093 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 21, 1944
				15094 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 31, 1944
				15095 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 30, 1944
				15096 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 10, 1945
				15097 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 24, 1945
				15098 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				15099 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 18, 1944
				15100 to RFC at Vernon, TX Jul 24, 1945
				15101 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 24, 1944
				15102 wrecked in takeoff accident at Cuero MAP, TX Oct 7, 1942
				15103 to RFC at West Helena Apt, AR Jun 1, 1945
				15104 to RFC at Bettis Apt, Pittsburgh, PA Apr 6, 1945
				15105 (MSN T41-1034) W/o 14 Feb 1944 at Avenger Field, TX; surveyed at Love Field, TX Jul 14, 1944
				15106 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 7, 1944
				15107 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				15108 surveyed at Corsicana AAF, TX Jan 31,1 944
				15109 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Nov 1, 1944
				15110 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 7, 1944
				15111 to RFC at La Mesa Field Nov 2, 1944
				15112 to India Apr 29, 1946
				15113 wrecked 13 mi S of Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX Mar 1, 1943
				15114 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 7, 1944
				15115 to RFC at La Mesa Field Nov 1,1944
				15116 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 10, 1944
				15117 to RFC at Gibbs Field Nov 1, 1944
				15118 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				15119 (MSN T41-1048) W/o 1 May 1942 at Cimarron Field, OK; repaired (No); wfu; to N4119A on 4 Jan 1995; current 2011
				15120 to RFC at Gibbs AAF, TX Oct 27, 1944.
				15121 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 9, 1944
				15122 surveyed at Sikeston AAF, MO Dec 27, 1943
				15123 (MSN T41-1052) wrecked at Corsicana AAAF, TX Mar 18, 1942
				15124 (MSN T41-1053) surveyed at Corsicana AAF, TX Dec 3, 1943; W/o 6 Dec 1943 at Georgetown, TX 
				15125 wrecked 3 mi NE of Anson, TX Mar 26, 1942
				15126 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 21, 1944
				15128 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				15129 to RFC at West Helena Apt, AR Apr 13, 1945
				15130 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				15131 to China Nov 7, 1944
				15132 wrecked S of Altheime, AR Jan 26, 1942
				15133 to RFC at Newark NJ Jan 11, 1945
				15134/15145 to Brazil Jan 5 1942
					To FAB 15, 04/14, later 0154/165
				15146 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				15147 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 30, 1944
				15148 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 30, 1944
				15149 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 23, 1944
				15150 to RFC at La Mesa Oct 30, 1944
				15151 to rFC at La Mesa, TX Mar 26, 1945
				15152 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 8, 1944
				15153 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 6, 1944
				15154 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Oct 30, 1944
				15155 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 9, 1944
				15156 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Jun 15, 1945
				15157 surveyed at South keeton, MO Dec 27, 1943
				15158 surveyed at El Reno, OK Jun 10, 1943
				15159 to RFC at West Helena Apt, AR Oct 21, 1944
				15160 to RFC at McClellan AAF Sep 8, 1944
				15161 to RFC at West Helena Apt, AR Oct 2, 1944
				15162 surveyed at Sikeston AAF, MO Dec 27, 1943
				15163 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 11, 1945
				15164 to reclamation at Tinker AAF, OK Mar 31, 1949
				15165 to RFC at West Helena Apt, AR Oct 31, 1944
				15166 to RFC at Cimarron Field, TX Aug 15, 1944
				15167 to RFC at La Mesa Field, TX Nov 3, 1944
				15168 to RFC at Helena Apt, AR Oct 25, 1944.  
				15169 to RFC at Helena Apt, AR Oct 25, 1944
				15170 to RFC at Helena Apt, AR Oct 25, 1944
				15171 to RFC at Ponca City Apt, OK Sep 10, 1944.
				15172 to XPT-23.  To RFC at Harpis Field, MO Sep 26, 1944
41-15173/15745		Ryan PT-22
				MSN 1077/1080, 1206/1774.  250 conversions to PT-22C with Kinner R-540-3 engine.
				15173 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944
				15174/15176 MSN 1078/1080 operated by USAAF Mission to Ecuador and never transferred as Lend Lease to Ecuador,
					although this may have been the original intention.  Condemned inventory Jan 1, 1945
				15177/15216 (MSN 1206/1245 to China Aug 30, 1943
					15198 force landed at Barana, India Mar 2, 1943, was repaired.
						condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
					15206 condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
				15217 (MSN 1246) W/o 25 May 1944 at Palmdale, CA; to reclamation at Eagle Field, Dos Paolos, CA Feb 28, 1946
				15218 to RFC at Victory Field, Vernon, TX Apr 23, 1945
				15219 (MSN 1248) wrecked at Hemet, CA Apr 26, 1943
				15220 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15221 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15222 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14,1944
				15223 (MSN 1252) W/o 30 Jul 1943 at Dos Palos, CA; surveyed at Dos Palos Oct 5, 1943
				15224 to RFC at Kansas City Sep 14,1944
				15225 to RFC at Cimarron Field OK Sep 14, 1944
				15226 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21,1944
				15227 to RFC at Capitol City Apt, Lansing, MI Sep 3, 1944
				15228 (MSN 1257) W/o 6 Sep 1943 at King City, CA; surveyed at King City AAF Sep 8, 1943
				15229 to rFC at McClellan Aug 26, 1944
				15230 to rFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4,1944
				15231 to RFC at Long Beach, CA Aug 11, 1944
				15232 to RFC at Huron, SD Sep 19,1944
				15233 to RFC at Ludwig-Sky Harbor Apt, St Petersburg, FL Sep 28, 1944
				15234 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15235 (MSN 1264) W/o 1 Oct 1943 at Hemet, CA; surveyed at Hemet, CA Oct 2, 1943.
				15236 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 20, 1944
				15237 (MSN 1266) to RFC at Houston, TX Apr 8, 1945.  To civil registry as N54377.
				15238 to DPC at Augustine, MS Oct 21, 1944
				15239 (MSN 1268) W/o 9 Jan 1942 at King City, CA; surveyed at Sacramento Air Depot Jan 9, 1942
				15240 to RFC at McClellan AAF Sep 7 ,1944
				15241 (MSN 1270) W/o 19 Jan 1942 at King City, CA; surveyed at King City AAF Jun 27, 1942
				15242 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 31,1 944
				15243 to RFC at Vernon, TX Apr 24, 1945
				15244 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15245 to RFC at Cimarron, OK Sep 14, 1944
				15246 to RFC at Ontario, CA Sep 22, 1945
				15247 (ACTD) crashed on landing at King City, CA Feb 5, 1942.  Surveyed at Sacramento Air Depot, CA Oct 21, 1942
				15248 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15249 to RFC at Cimarron, OK Sep 19,1944
				15250 to RFC at Sherman Field, CA Apr 11, 1945
				15251 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15252 wrecked 8.5 mi W of Ryan AAF, AZ Oct 9, 1942
				15253 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15254 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 21, 1944
				15255 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15256 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15257 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15258 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4,1944
				15259 to RFC at Vernon, TX Sep 6, 1945
				15260 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 8, 1945
				15261 (MSN 1290) to RFC at Macon, GA Aug 30, 1944
				15262 to RFC at Olympia, WA sep 4, 1944
				15263 (MSN 1292) to RFC at Racine, WI Sep 1, 1944.  To civil registry as N47210
				15264 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 24, 1945
				15265 (MSN 1294) W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Ryan School, Tucson, AZ; surveyed at Ryan School Sep 25, 1943
				15266 to RFC at Troutdale, OR Aug 2, 1945
				15267 (MSN 1296) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 5, 1944.  To civil registry as N56272
				15268 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ AOct 2, 1944
				15269 wrecked at King City AAF May 18, 1942.
				15270 wrecked at King City AAF Dec 18, 1942
				15271 to Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15272 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 13, 1944
				15273 (MSN 13020 wrecked at Blythe AAF, CA Apr 27, 1943
				15274 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 25, 1944
				15275 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15276 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15277 (MSN 1306) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944.  Registered N57184, current.  Preserve and on display
					at Fagen Fighters World War II Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota
				15278 to RFC at Gillespie, TN Aug 29, 1944
				15279 to rFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15280 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15281 hit hill 5 mi W of Main Airdrome, Tucson, AZ Mar 19, 1943
				15282 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15283 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15284 to RFC at Cimarron AAF, OK Sep 30, 1944
				15285 to RFC at McClellan AAF Aug 26, 1944
				15286 (MSN 1315) surveyed at King City AAF Nov 4, 1943; W/o 3 Dec 1943 at King City, CA 
				15287 wrecked tat Mather AAF, CA Sep 14, 1942
				15288 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
				15289 (MSN 1318) w/o at King City, CA Jan 13, 1942 
				15290 (MSN 1319) W/o 18 Oct 1943 at King City, CA; to reclamation at Lemoore AAF, CA Oct 20, 1942
				15291 to RFC at Santa Ana, CA Sep 14, 1944
				15292 (MSN 1321) wrecked at King City AAF, CA Sep 4, 1943
				15293 to RFC at Ludwig-Sky Harbor Apt, St Petersburg, FL Sep 5, 1944
				15294 to RFC at Ludwig-Sky Harbor Apt, St Petersburg, FL Sep 5, 1944
				15295 (MSN 1324) W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Merced, CA; surveyed at Visalia Ab, CA Nov 9, 1943
				15296 to RFC at Cimmaron AAF, OK Sep 14, 1944
				15297 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15298 (MSN 1327) condemned as excess inventory Apr 1,1946
				15299 (MSN 1328) to China Aug 31, 1943
				15300 (MSN 1329) condemned salvage for China ADO Mar 28, 1945
				15301 (MSN 1330) condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
				15302 (MSN 1331) condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
				15303 (MSN 1332) to China Aug 31, 1943
				15304 (MSN 1333) to China Aug 31, 1943
				15305 condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
				15306 condemned for China ADO Dec 1, 1944
				15307 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15308 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15309 w/o in landing accident at New Delhi, India May 8, 1943.
				15310 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15311 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15312 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15313 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15314 w/o at Kurmitola, India May 14, 1943.
				15315 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15316 condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
				15317 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15318 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15319 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15320 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15321 w/o in takeoff accident in Kalanour, India Apr 21, 1943
				15322 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15323 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15323 condemned excess inventory Apr 1, 1946
				15324 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15325 to China Aug 31, 1943
				15326 to China Jun 24, 1945
				15327 (MSN 1356) to China Jun 24, 1945
				15328 surveyed at King City AAF Nov 9, 1943
				15329 to RFC at Ford-Lansing, MI Sep 1, 1944
				15330 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4,1944
				15331 wrecked in landing accident at King City AAF, CA Dec 2, 1941
				15332 wrecked at Witon, CA Oct 5,1942
				15333 to RFC at Lunken Field, OH Sep 6, 1944
				15334 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 17, 1944
				15335 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 5, 1944
				15336 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Aug 16, 1945
				15337 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 10, 1944
				15338 wrecked at Ryan Field, Hemet, CA Dec 5,1941
				15339 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 17, 1944
				15340 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15341 hit by out of control landing P-38 at Burbank, CA Sep 30, 1942
				15342 (MSN 1371) to RFC at Herbert-Smart Apt, GA Aug 25, 1944
				15343 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 26, 1945
				15344 to RFC at Lambert Field, MO Aug 31, 1944
				15345 (MSN 1374) W/o 8 Apr 1942 at Gibbs AAAF, CA; repaired (No); surveyed at Ryan School Apr 11, 1943
				15346 (MSN 1375) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ; repaired (No); to RFC at Gillespie Airways, Nashville, TN Aug 29, 1944
				15347 (MSN 1376) wrecked at King City AAF, CA Apr 27, 1943
				15348 to RFC at Heron, SD Sep 19, 1944
				15349 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15350 wrecked at King City AAF, CA Dec 2, 1941
				15351 (MSN 1380) W/o 3 Dec 1943 at King City, CA; surveyed at King City AAF, CA Dec 4, 1944
				15352 to RFC at Albany Apt, NY Sep 4, 1944
				15353 (MSN 1382) W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Perris, CA; surveyed at Hemet, CA Jan 1944
				15354 (MSN 1383) W/o 5 Jan 1943 at Hemet, CA
				15355 surveyed at Hemet, CA Dec 3, 1943
				15356 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Sep 30, 1944
				15357 (MSN 1386) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Canal AAAF, CA; surveyed at Dos Palos Nov 3, 1943
				15358 (MSN 1387) to DPC at Houston, TX Apr 8, 1945.  To civilian registry
					as N154403.  Crashed Aug 19, 2000 and is now deregistered.
				15359 surveyed at San Bernardino Air Depot Mar 21, 1944
				15360 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 30, 1946
				15361 to RFC at Mickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944
				15362 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944.
				15363 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 17, 1944
				15364 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
				15365 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
				15366 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15367 (MSN 1396) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944.  To civil
					registry as N49674.
				15368 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15369 to RFC at Victory Field, Vernon, TX Apr 26, 1945
				15370 (MSN 1399) W/o 14 Mar 1944 at King City, CA; surveyed at King City AAF May 22, 1944
				15371 to RFC at Akron MAP, OH Dec 8, 1944
				15372 (MSN 1401) W/o 21 Sep 1943 at Ryan Field AAAF #3, AZ; surveyed at Ryan School, AZ Nov 5, 1943
				15373 (MSN 1402) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944.  To civil registry as N48749 and on display Jul 2015 at
					Museu Asas de Um Ponho (Wings of a Dream Muesum) Sao Carlos, Brazil
				15374 (MSN 1403) W/o 14 Aug 1942 at King City AAAF #6, CA 
				15376 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 28, 1944
				15377 wrecked in forced landing at Aug Field A-5, Hemet, CA Apr 23, 1943
				15378 (MSN 1407) wrecked in test flight at Hemet, CA Jun 26, 1942.  Pilot killed
				15379 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15380 (MSN 1409) W/o 15 Sep 1944 at Redlands, CA; to reclamation at Cincinatti Oct 26 1944
				15381 to RFC at Albany Apt, NY Sep 4, 1944
				15382 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15383 to RFC at Vernon, TX Apr 26, 1945
				15384 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15385 (MSN 1414) W/o 17 Nov 1943 at Hemet, CA; surveyed at Burbank, CA Nov 14, 1943
				15386 (MSN 1415) W/o 1 Jun 1943 at Hemet, CA; wrecked at Hemet, CA Aug 21, 1943
				15387 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 5, 1944
				15388 (MSN 1417) W/o 9 Jan 1942 at Hemet, CA; to CL-26 at Hemet, CA Aug 1, 1942
				15389 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15390 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944.  Was in San Diego Aerospace
					Museum and destroyed in fire at Balboa Park in 1978
				15391 (MSN 1420) wrecked near Hemet Field, CA Apr 6, 1942
				15392 to RFC at Houston, TX May 7, 1945
				15393 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15394 to RFC at Shermon Field, CA Apr 11, 1945
				15395 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15396 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15397 (MSN 1426) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944.  15397 stalled on landing and hit nose first Tucson,
					AZ 3/11/1943.  On civil register as N58651 and in October 2020 based at airfield at Aachen-Merzbruck in Germany
				15398 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15399 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15400 (MSN 1429) W/o 16 Sep 1943 at Canal AAAF, CA; repaired (No); to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 5, 1944
				15401 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15402 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3,1944
				15403 to RFC at Vernon, TX Apr 26, 1945
				15404 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15405 (MSN 1434) W/o 9 Jan 1944 at Dos Palos, CA; surveyed at Dos Palos, CA Jan 16, 1944
				15406 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15407 (MSN 1436) W/o 15 May 1944 at Visalia AAF, CA; surveyed at Visalia AB, CA May 24, 1944
				15408 (MSN 1437) W/o 20 Apr 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA; to CL-26 at Visalia AB, CA Jun 22, 1942
				15409 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15410 (MSN 1439) surveyed at San Bernardino Air Depot Jar 15, 1944.  In Mid-America Air Museum at Liberal 
					Airport, KS, USA 10. October 2017
				15411 surveyed at San Bernardino Air Depot, CA Nov 9, 1943
				15412 to RFC at Kansas City MAP, KS Aug 6, 1945
				15413 (MSN 1442) W/o 16  Dec 1941 at Weedpatch, CA; condemned at Visalia AB, CA Feb 20, 1942
				15414 to DPC at Cincinatti, OH Sep 17, 1944
				15416 condemned at Fresno AB, CA Dec 23, 1942
				15417 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 19o44
				15418 to RFC at Wickenburg AZ Oct 5, 1944
				15419 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15420 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15421 wrecked at Sequoia Field, CA Jul 2, 1942 in forced landing
				15422 (MSN 1451) W/o 8 May 1944 at Hemet, CA; surveyed at Dos Palos, Eagle Field, CA May 9, 1944
				15423 wrecked at Dos Palos Feb 8, 1943 in forced landing
				15424 (MSN 1453) W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Dos Palos, CA; surveyed at Dos Palos Nov 5, 1943
				15425 to RFC at McClellan AAF, CA Aug 26, 1944
				15426 (MSN 1455) W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Blythe, CA; surveyed at Blythe AAF, CA Oct 7, 1943
				15427 to RFC at Salt Lake City, UT Sep 19, 1944
				15428 wrecked near Morton Airdrome, Blythe, CA Jan 2, 1943 when entered spin
				15429 condemend at Fresno AB, CA Dec 23, 1942
				15430 (MSN 1459) surveyed at Dos Palos Jan 1, 1943
				15431 (MSN 1460) to RFC at Capitol City Apt, Lansing, MI Sep 3, 1944.  To civil registry as N47097.
				15432 (MSN 1461) W/o 23 Aug 1943 at Ripley AAAF #2, CA; repaired (No); to DPC at Houston, TX Apr 29, 1945
				15433 (MSN 1462) W/o 26 Jun 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA 
				15434 to RFC at Albany Apt, NY Sep 4, 1944
				15435 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15436 wrecked in takeoff accident at Morton Airdrome, Blythe, CA Feb 7, 1943
				15437 (MSN 1466) W/o 29 Sep 1942 at Blythe, CA
				15438 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944
				15439 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15440 (MSN 1469) W/o 12 May 1943 at Blythe AAAF #1, CA; surveyed at San Bernardino AB, CA Nov 9, 1943
				15441 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15442 (MSN 1471) wrecked at Visalia AAB, CA May 16, 1942; W/o 2 Jan 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ 
				15443 wrecked at Blythe AB, CA Jan 14, 1943
				15444 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX May 8, 1945
				15445 (MSN 1474) W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Salt Marsh, CA; surveyed at Blythe AB, CA Sep 15, 1943
				15446 wrecked at Blythe AB, CA Sep 15, 1943
				15447 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 26, 1945
				15448 to RFC at Ontario, CA Sep 22, 1945
				15449 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 14, 1944
				15450 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15451 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15452 to RFC at Cimarron Sep 14, 1944
				15453 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ May 4, 1945
				15455 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15456 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15457 to RFC at Racine, SI Sep 1, 1944
				15458 to rFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15459 (MSN 1488) condemned at Visalia AB Mar 6, 1944; W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Seville, CA 
				15460 to DPC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15461 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15462 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15463 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15464 (MSN 1493) surveyed at Dos Palos Feb 8, 1944; W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Condor Field 1, CA 
				15465 (MSN 1494) W/o 23 Jan 1944 at Dos Palos, CA; surveyed at Dos Palos Feb 8, 1944
				15466 (MSN 1495) W/o 16 Nov 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; surveyed at Ryan School Nov 17, 1943
				15467 to RFC at Municipal Apt, Houston, TX Oct 9, 1944
				15468 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944
				15469 (MSN 1498) W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Canal AAAF, CA 
				15470 wrecked at Elkgrove, CA Jan 5, 1942
				15471 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15472 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27, 1944
				15473 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15474 surveyed at Visalia AB Oct 18, 1943
				15475 to CL-26 at Ryan School, AZ Jan 9, 1943
				15476 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3,1944
				15477 (MSN 1506) in midair with 41-15640 at Hemet, CA Aug 27, 1942.  1 killed
				15478 (MSN 1507) W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Hemet, CA; condemned at Hemet, CA Oct 1, 1943
				15479 (MSN 1508) W/o 12 Oct 1942 at Luke AAF, AZ; to CL-26 at Ryan Aeronautical School, Tucson, AZ Oct 17, 1942
				15480 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 31, 1944
				15481 (MSN 1510) W/o 12 May 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA; to CL-26 at McClellan AAF, CA Jun 22, 1942.
				15482 to RFC at Racine, WI Sep 1, 1944
				15483 to RFC at North Grafton, MA Sep 1,1944
				15484 (MSN 1513) W/o 28 Feb 1942 at Anchor Vineyards AAAF, CA; to CL-26 at Visalia AB, CA Sep 14, 1942
				15485 to RFC at Cimarron, OK Sep 19, 1944
				15486 (MSN 1515) W/o 23 Feb 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA; to CL-26 at Visalia AAB, CA Jul 15, 1942
				15487 to RFC at Rosemead, CA Sep 30,1944
				15488 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15489 wrecked at Visalia AB Dec 3, 1942 when undershot landing
				15490 (MSN 1519) W/o 7 Feb 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA; to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Aug 14, 1942
				15491 to RFC at Wickenburg Sep 15, 1944
				15492 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15493 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 5, 1944
				15494 to RFC at Troutdale Apt, OR Aug 23, 1945
				15495 to RFC at Salt Lake City, UT Sep 19, 1944
				15496 wrecked at Sequoia Field, CA Feb 23, 1942 when hit by 41-15486
				15497 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15498 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15499 (MSN 1528) wrecked at Hemet, CA when stalled on landing; W/o 28 Aug 1942 at Hemet, CA 
				15500 (MSN 1529) to RFC at Cimarron, OK Oct 16, 1944
				15501 (MSN 1530) W/o 9 Aug 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; surveyed at Ryan School Oct 18, 1943
				15502 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 20, 1944
				15503 to RFC at Cincinatti Apr 30, 1945
				15504 (MSN 1533) W/o 28 Aug 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; repaired (No); to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 29, 1945
				15505 to RFC at Cimarron Sep 21, 1944
				15506 to CL-26 at Ryan Aeronautical Schook, AZ Sep 19, 1942
				15507 to RFC at Helena, MT Sep 7, 1944
				15508 (MSN 1537) W/o 27 Dec 1943 at Visalia, CA; surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Dec 28, 1943
				15509 (MSN 1538) wrecked in midair with 41-20657 Jun 16, 1943, Visalia, CA.  2 killed
				15510 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944. Became N56421.  In 2011 was under restoration at Sleap airfield, UK
					Now registered as N56241 and based at Sleap, England.
				15511 wrecked in landing accident at Dinube Training Det, Visalia, CA Dec 4, 1942
				15512 (MSN 1541) to RFC at Calkins Field, Spokane, WA Sep 6, 1944.  To civil registry as N49086.
					Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				15513 surveyed at Visalia AB, CA Apr 14, 1944
				15514 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 18, 1945
				15515 to RFC at Calins Field, WA sep 6, 1944
				15516 (MSN 1545) W/o 23 May 1942 at Anchor Vinyards AAAF, CA; condemned at Visalia AAB, CA May 28, 1945
				15517 (MSN 1546) W/o 20 Apr 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA; surveyed at Fresno AB, CA Aug 25, 1942
				15518 to rFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15519 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 16, 1945
				15520 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Sep 2, 1944
				15521 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15522 to RFC at McClellan Field Aug 25, 1944
				15523 (MSN 1552) W/o 8 Jan 1944 at Visalia, CA; surveyed at Burbank, CA Jan 9, 1944
				15524 wrecked in forced landing at Visalia, CA Feb 17, 1943
				15525 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15526 surveyed at Tucson Nov 30, 1943
				15527 to RFC at Kansas City, MO Aug 16, 1945
				15528 to RFC at McClellan Field Sep 6, 1944
				15529 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 5, 1944
				15530 to RFC at Luken Field, Cincinatti, OH Sep 6, 1944
				15531 (MSN 1560) W/o 6 Jan 1944 at Visalia AAAF #7, CA; repaired (No); to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15532 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15533 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 5, 1944
				15534 to RFC at Municipal Apt, Houston, TX Oct 9, 1941
				15535 wrecked at Visalia AB, CA Sep 23, 1943.
				15536 to RFC at McClellan Field Aug 26, 1944
				15537 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Aug 26, 1944
				15538 (MSN 1567) W/o 21 Aug 1942 at Sequoia Field, CA; to CL-26 at San Bernardino, CA Nov 24, 1942
				15539 to RFC at McClellan Field, CA Aug 26, 1944
				15540 to RFC at McClellan Field, CA Sep 7, 1944
				15541 (MSN 1570) W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Visalia, CA; repaired (No); to RFC at Visalia AAB, CA Jan 30, 1945
				15542 to RFC at McClellan AAF, CA Aug 26, 1944
				15543 wrecked near Visalia, CA Jun 22, 1942
				15544 wrecked near Visalia, CA May 9, 1942.  To CL-26 at Los Angeles Apt, CA
					Nov 5, 1942.
				15545 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
				15546 wrecked near Exter, CA Feb 19, 1943 after entered 150 foot spin. Pilot killed
				15547 (MSN 1576) W/o 21 Nov 1943 at Visalia, CA; surveyed at Visalia AAB Nov 27, 1943
				15548 to RFC at McClellan AAF, CA Aug 26, 1944
				15549 to RFC at Cincinatti, OH Sep 15, 1944
				15550 to RFC at Veron, TX May 1, 1945.  To civilian registry as N441V.  At Palm 
					Springs Air Museum
				15551 wrecked in landing accident Dec 4, 1942 at Visalia AAB, CA in landing accident
				15552 to RFC at Hicks AAF, TX Sep 14, 1944
				15553 (MSN 1582) to RFC at Helena, MT sep 7, 1944.  To civil registry as N49049.
				15554 wrecked in collision with tree at King City AAF, CA Apr 2, 1942
				15555 (MSN 1584) W/o 19 May 1942 at King City, CA; repaired (No); to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15556 (MSN 1585) W/o 4 Jan 1944 at Visalia, CA; surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Jan 24, 1944
				15557 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15558 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15559 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15560 (MSN 1589) wrecked at King City AAF, CA Sep 4, 1943
				15561 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 27 1944
				15562 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15563 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 22, 1944
				15564 to RFC at Huron, SD Sep 19, 1944
				15565 to RFC at Sherman Field, Concord, CA Apr 11, 1945
				15566 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944
				15567 (MSN 1596) to RFC at Vernon, TX May 1, 1945.  To civil registry as N60170.
				15568 (MSN 1597) W/o 25 Jan 1942 at Hemet, CA; to Ryan Aeronautical School, AZ Apr 3, 1944
				15569 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15570 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 20, 1944
				15571 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15572 (MSN 1601) W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Hemet, CA; surveyed at Hemet, CA Sep 11, 1943
				15573 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15,1944
				15574 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 14, 1944
				15575 to RFC at Vernon, TX May 1, 1945
				15576 to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15577 to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15578 to RFC at Ford-Lansing, MI Sep 1, 1944
				15579 to RFC at King City, CA Oct 5, 1944
				15580 to RFC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15581 to RFC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				15582 (MSN 1611) W/o 27 Sep 1944 at Salt Flat AAAF, TX; repaired (No); to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX May 8, 1945
				15583 to RFC Wickenburg AZ May 4, 1945
				15584 surveyed at Hemet, CA Mar 9, 1944
				15585 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15586 (MSN 1615) W/o 25 Jan 1942 at Hemet, CA; condemned at March AAF, CA Mar 23, 1942
				15587 (MSN 1616) W/o 17 Jul 1943 at Hemet AAAF A-2, CA; surveyed at Hemet, CA Oct 18, 1943
				15588 to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15589 (MSN 1618) W/o 4 May 1944 at Hemet AAAF A-5, CA; surveyed at Hemet, CA May 5, 1944
				15590 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 14, 1944
				15591 to RFC at Vernon, TX Apr 24, 1945
				15592 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Sep 18, 1944
				15593 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944
				15594 (MSN 1623) W/o 8 May 1944 at Hemet AAAF A-2, CA; surveyed at Hemet, CA May 9, 1944
				15595 surveyed at Hemet, CA Dec 9, 1943
				15596 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15597 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 24, 1945
				15598 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15599 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15600 to RFC at Capitol City, MI Sep 3, 1944
				15601 (MSN 1630) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Mar 29, 1945.  
					To civil registry as N53148.  Registered as F-AZRY Aug 26, 2008
				15602 (MSN 1631) condemend at Hemet AAF, CA Nov 27, 19043
				15603 (MSN 1632) W/o 17 Sep 1942 at Sells, AZ; surveyed at Ryan Aeronautical School Nov 19, 1953
				15604 wrecked in landing accident at Ryan Aeronautical School, Tucson, AZ Feb 11, 1943
				15605 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15606 surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Sep 18, 1943
				15607 to RFC at Lambert Field, MO Aug 31,1 944
				15608 to RFC at Victory Apt, MN Sep 8, 1944
				15609 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ sep 27, 19444
				15610 struck by landing P-38 at Lockheed Air Terminal, CA Sep 30, 1943
				15611 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15612 to RFC at Cimarron, OK Jan 5,1944
				15613 (MSN 1642) W/o 4 Jan 1944 at King City AAF, CA; surveyed at King City AAF, CA Jan 5, 1944
				15614 (MSN 1643) wrecked in landing accident at King City AAF, CA Feb 5, 1943.  To CL-26 at
					Fort Logan AAF, CO, scrapped Apr 30, 1946
				15615 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21,1 944
				15616 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15618 (MSN 1647) W/o 27 Jan 1943 at King City AAAF, CA; repaired (No); wrecked at King City AAF, CA May 17, 1943 when undershot landing
				15619 (MSN 1648) W/o 28 Jan 1944 at Visalia, CA; surveyed at King City AAF, CA Dec 9, 1944
				15620 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15621 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944
				15622 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 29, 1944
				15623 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15624 wrecked at Lloyd Aux Field, CA Jun 4, 1942 in runway collision
				15625 (MSN 1654) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944.  To civil registry as N54817.
				15626 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15627 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15628 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15629 (MSN 1658) W/o 21 Oct 1943 at King City, CA; surveyed at King City AAF, CA Oct 22, 1943
				15630 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15631 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15632 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15633 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15634 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Aug 2, 1945
				15635 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 22, 1944
				15636 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15637 surveyed at Hemet AAF, CA Dec 6, 1943
				15638 to RFC at Victory Apt, MN Sep 8, 1944
				15639 to RFC at Victory Apt, MN Sep 8, 1944
				15640 in midair collision at Hemet AAF Aug 27, 1942.  1 killed
				15641 wreced at Hemet AAF Sep 25, 1942
				15642 (MSN 1671) W/o 25 May 1944 at Palmdale, CA; to reclamation/scrap at Hemet, CA Feb 28, 1946
				15643 (MSN 1672) wrecked at Hemet AAF Nov 19, 1942
				15644 to RFC at Victory Apt, MN Sep 18, 1944
				15645 to RFC at Victory Apt, MN Sep 8, 1944
				15646 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 5, 1944
				15647 (MSN 1676) to RFC at Cimarron AAF, OK Sep 14, 1944.  To Canadian civil registry as CF-KTD.
					To US civil registry as N33618.  Sold to Frenchman living in Tahiti.  Reregistered as F-AZNO 
					after restoration.  Reimported into Europe in 2013.
				15648 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15649 (MSN 1678) W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; surveyed at Ryan School, AZ Oct 30, 1943
				15650 W/o at Mather Field, CA Dec 11, 1942.  Surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Feb 4, 1943
				15651 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15652 wrecked at Hemet, CA Dec 1,1942 when stalled on landing
				15653 (MSN 1682) W/o 27 Jul 1942 at Hemet AAAF, CA; repaired (No); to RFC at Ontario, CA May 17, 1945
				15654 (MSN 1683) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944.  Became N48748.  Noted in 2003 at
					Vintage Flying Museu, Meacham Field, TX
				15655 to RFC at Augustine AAF, MS Oct 21, 1944
				15656 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 21, 1945
				15657 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 16, 1945
				15658 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ May 1, 1945
				15659 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 3, 1944
				15660 (MSN 1689) W/o 4 Jun 1942 at Hemet AAAF, CA; repaired (No); to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944
				15661 wrecked at Ryan Schook, Tucson, AZ Jun 1, 1943.  Also listed as crashing 9 mi NW of Ryan Field. AZ Dec 11, 1942.
				15662 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944.
				15663 to RFC at Lucken AAF, Cincinatti Sep 6, 1944
				15664 to RFC at Augustine AAF, MS Oct 14,1944
				15665 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15666 crashed 6 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1942.  Surveyed at Ryan School, Tucson, AZ Oct 10, 1943
				15667 to RFC at Cimarrion Field, OK Sep 20,1944
				15668 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 13, 1944
				15669 (MSN 1698) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 5, 1944.   To civil registry as N57080.
				15670 to RFC at Widkenburg, AZ Oct 4,1944
				15671 to RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Sep 15, 1944.
				15672 (MSN 1701) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944.  To civil registry as N53021.
				15673 (MSN 1702) W/o 17 Jul 1942 at Gibbs AAAF, CA 
				15674 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 22, 1944
				15675 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 14, 1945
				15676 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 22, 1944
				15677 wrecked at Mission Aux Field, CA Mar 10, 1942 when stalled on landing
				15678 to RFC at Cincinatti, OH Aug 28, 1944
				15679 (MSN 1708) W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Ryan Field AAAF, AZ; surveyed at Tucson, AZ Oct 30, 1943
				15680 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ May 29, 1945
				15681 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15682 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15683 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944
				15684 (MSN 1713) W/o 2 Jul 1942 at King City, CA; to CL-26 at Camp Roberts, CA Jul 22, 1942
				15685 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 6, 1945
				15686 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ May 1, 1945
				15687 (MSN 1716) to RFC Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944.  Became N58612.
					Registration cancelled by FAA Oct 8, 2008 and aircraft registered
					tp British user Oct 20, 2008 as G-RLWG.
				15688 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15689 (MSN 1718) DBR in midair with 41-20903 Dec 18, 1942, Hemet, CA
				15690 to RFC at Lunken Field, Cincinatti Sep 6, 1944
				15691 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 29, 1944.
				15692 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15693 (MSN 1722) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 2, 1944.  Currently flying as N56017.
				15694 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ May 4, 1945
				15695 hit 41-20628 in landing accident at Mather AAF, CA and DBR May 29,1942
				15696 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 15, 1944
				15697 (MSN 1726) W/o 1 Nov 1943 at King City, CA; surveyed at King City AAF, CA Mov 19, 1943
				15698 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 4, 1944
				15699 to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 28, 1945
				15700 to RFC at Aacine, SI Sep 1, 1944
				15701 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				15702 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Aug 30, 1944
				15703 (MSN 1732) W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Visalia, CA; surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Dec 6, 1943
				15704 (MSN 1733) to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 16, 1944.  To civil registry as N46220
				15705 to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1942
				15706 to RFC at Cimarron, OK Sep 19, 1944.
				15713 (MSN 1742) W/o 2 May 1942 at King City, CA 
				15714 (MSN 1743) W/o 3 Feb 1943 at King City, CA 
				15718 (MSN 1747) W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Hemet, CA 
				15719 (MSN 1748) W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Hemet A2 AAAF, CA 
				15721 (MSN 1750) on display at WPAFB Museum.  Was on civil registry as N51713.
				15729 (MSN 1758) W/o 9 Nov 1943 at King City, CA 
				15730 (MSN 1759) W/o 22 Apr 1942 at King City AAAF #4, CA 
				15731 (MSN 1760) W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Hemet AAAF A2, CA 
				15733 (MSN 1762) W/o 6 Nov 1943 at King City, CA 
				15734 (MSN 1763) W/o 12 Jan 1943 at King City, CA 
				15736 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				15740 crashed 2 mi N of Elk Grove, CA Nov 7, 1942.
41-15746/15823		Douglas A-24-DE Dauntless
				MSN 802/956 (even numbers).  USAAF version of SBD-3
				15746 delivered Jun 17, 1941.  SOC Jul 11, 1942.
				15747 SOC Jul 11, 1942
				15748 stayed in USA.  To CL-26 Jan 12, 1944.
				15749 SOC Jul 11, 1942
				15750 SOC Feb 9, 1944
				15751 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15752 w/o in takeoff accident in New Guinea May 12, 1944
				15753 wrecked at Savannah Field, GA Nov 11, 1941 in landing.  SOC Mar 19, 1942.
				15754 wrecked Dec 5, 1945 at Savannah Field, GA when gear failed to extend.  Condemned
					Aug 3, 1942.  To Class 26 Aug 21, 1942
				15755 became lost on ferry flight in Australia, crashlanded.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942,
					later repaired.  SOC Aug 14, 1944
				15756 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15757 (91st BS) destroyed on ground Java Mar 1942.
				15758 SOC Aug 14, 1944
				15759 lost in Java.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942.
				15760 damaged in landing Aug 25, 1941, repaired.   Lost in Java, condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15761 SOC Nov 7, 1942
				15762 remained in USA.  To CL-26 Jan 12, 1944
				15763 SOC Jan 2, 1944
				15764 SOC Nov 7, 1942
				15765 SOC Nov 7, 1942
				15766 SOC Nov 7, 1942
				15767 SOC Aug 14, 1944
				15768 SOC Nov 7, 1942
				15769 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15770 remained in USA.  To CL-26 May 8, 1943
				15771 SOC Sep 10, 1942
				15772 crashed at Amberley Field, Queensland Australia Jan 26, 1942.
				15773 lost on airstrip strike on Lae Nov 4, 1942.
				15774 condemned Nov 7, 1942.
				15775 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15776 in emergency forced landing at Quarryville, PA Mar 21, 1942
				15777 (MSN 864) was US Navy SBD-3A, w/o 20 Mar 1944 at Bartow AAF, FLremained in USA, to Class 26 Mar 24, 1944
				15778 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15779 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15780 converted to A-24A prototype in 1943
				15781 SOC Nov 16, 1944
				15782 lost in Java.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15783 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15784 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15785 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15786 crashlanded in Java Feb 20, 1942, abandoned.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942. Plane painted as 41-15786 was on
					display at National Museum of the USAF, but this was actually SBD-4 10575.
				15787 lost in Java, condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15788 lost in Java, condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15789 (MSN 888) was US Navy SBD-3A, wrecked Dec 11, 1941 in crashlanding.  W/o Mar 25, 1942
				15790 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15791 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15792 w/o Aug 13, 1943
				15793 force landed at Batchelor NT and salvaged.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15794 crashed while landing at Darwin, Australia civil airfield Feb 17, 1942.  Aircraft destroyed
					in Darwin air raid Feb 19, 1942.
				15795 survived as hack until 1944 and then scrapped in PNG.
				15796 (91st BS) crashed into sea Feb 19, 1942 while attacking enemy fleet.  Crew KIA
				15797 (3rd BG, 8th BS) shot down 20 mi N of Buna Jul 29, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				15798 (3rd BG, 8th BS) shot down 20 mi N of Buna Jul 29, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				15798 condemned Nov 7, 1942.  Lost Jul 4, 1942 in vicinity of Lae, New Guinea, 8th BS.  Crew captured and executed
					by Japanese.
				15799 damaged at Amberley Field, Queensland, Australia Jan 17, 1942.  Repaired.  Shot down 20 mi
					No of Buna, PNG Jul 29, 1942.
				15800 lost in Java, condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15801 survived as hack.   SOC Oct 31, 1944
				15802 crash landed at Redbank near Ipswich Jan 192.  Salvaged.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15803 crashlanded at Maranboy NT 30 mi SE of Katherine NT due to engine failure Jan 8, 1942.
					Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15804 (91st BS) shot down by AAA Feb 20, 1942, Sumatra
				15805 crash landed during ferry flight Feb 1942.  Salvaged for parts.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15806 worn engine on landing at Darwin Feb 16, 1942.  Used as spares for repair of 41-15794.
					Destroyed during Darwin air raid Feb 19, 1942.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15807 condemned Nov 7, 1942.
				15808 crashed at Amberley Field, Australia Jan 31, 1942.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15809 crash landed at Southport, S.E.Qld Jan 1942.  Salvaged.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15810 lost in Java, condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15811 damaged at Archerfield Jan 1942, repaired.  Used for training.  Shot down 
					near Kainante Aiyura, PNG
				15812 (3rd BG, 8th BS) shot down May 31, 1942, Kainantu-Aiyura, PNG
				15813 condemned Dec 28, 1943
				15814 wrecked at Casino NSW, Australia Feb 11, 1943 when engine failed on takeoff
				15815 crashed on takeoff Batchelor Feb 1942.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15816 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15817 condemned due to crash landing at Amberley, salvaged Mar 8, 1942. 
				15818 lost in Java, condemned Nov 7, 1942. 
				15819 (3rd BG, 8th BS) shot down 20 mi N of Buna Jul 29, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				15820 condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15821 shot down May 31, 1942 near Kainantu-Aiyura, PNG.  Condemned Nov 7, 1942
				15822 SOC Oct 31, 1944
41-15824/17033		North American AT-6A-NT Texan
				Andrade lists 15824/15833 as being MSN 78-6082/6091. There is confusion in these MSNs 
				The following serial numbers are from Hagedorn
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				15824/15833 (MSN 78-6082/6091)
					15824 (MSN 78-6082) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 21May42. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32138 at Foster Field, TX 22Aug42. Damaged in
						collision with AT-6A 41-16373 taxying at Foster Field 15Sep42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 29Jan43. Substantially damaged in collision with Curtiss P-40F Warhawk 
						41-14158 taxying at Foster Field 16May43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out 
						after engine failure five miles north of Foster Field 28Oct43
					15825 (MSN 78-6083)Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 1 British Flying Training School, 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX; code V63. Operated by Terrell Aviation School. 430th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident when force landed 
						after becoming lost at Ashland, AL 1Dec43. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 20Oct47 as 1475. Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. 
						Ditched off Ilha de Paquetá, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 21Aug50  
					15826 (MSN 78-6084) Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 as 709; 
						reserialled 1951 as 1610. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea 
						Portuguesa 1952 as 1610. Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material 
						Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Derelict at Palhais, Portugal [last noted Apr01]. 
					15827 (MSN 78-6085)
					15828 (MSN 78-6086) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-618 at Mather Field 15Sep41. 2564th Base 
						Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. 
						Accident at Terrell 16Jul45 
					15829 (MSN 78-6087) Registered 1946 as NC57386. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. 
						Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					15830 (MSN 78-6088) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
						at Luke Auxiliary Field, Ajo, AZ 12Nov41 
					15831 (MSN 78-6089) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with a towed target three miles west of Beardsley, AZ 3Sep41. Damaged landing at 
						Luke Field 16Jan42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 29Oct43. 902nd Base Unit, Proving 
						Ground Command, Orlando AAB, FL. Damaged while parked in a collision by Beech UC-45F 
						Expeditor 44-47681 at Orlando AAB 7Sep45   
					15832 (MSN 78-6090) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 1May44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 27Jun44. Registered 1946 as
						NC62855; N62855. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16270. F 4 Wing, 
						Frösön, Östersund Apr53. Collided with trees during a navigation flight and crashed into 
						Lake Långtjärn, Dödre, Berg, Jämtland 13May55 (2KIS). SOC 8Jun55.
					15833 (MSN 78-6091) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field, Ajo, AZ 25Oct41. Fatal crash caused by 
						structural failure at Luke Field 29Oct41 (2KIS)
				15834/15853 (MSN 78-6102/6121)
					15834 (MSN 78-6102) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-649 at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 17Jan42. 
						Substantially damaged taxying at Luke Field 16Feb42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when taxying in collision with AT-6A 41-538 
						which ground looped landing at Williams Field 30Nov43. 535th Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 
						24Apr44. Registered 1946 as NC63054; cancelled
					15835 (MSN 78-6103) 705th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), 
						George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Force landed after engine failure at George Field 3Nov42. 
						Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Napier Field 5Feb43. Damaged landing at Napier Field 23Apr43. 432nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Landing gear collapsed landing 
						at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 9Aug43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after the pilot lost control one mile north of 
						Haleburg, Dothan, AL 3May44 (2KIS
					15836 (MSN 78-6104) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						in accident with AT-6A 41-772 taxying at Maxwell Field 17Nov41. Damaged landing at 
						Maxwell Field 10Jan42. 78th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Moody Field, 
						Valdosta, GA. Substantially damaged landing at Moody Field 13Mar43. Crashed into the 
						ground three miles north of Valdosta 1Apr43
					15837 (MSN 78-6105) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Maxwell Field 2Sep41. 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell 
						Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with BC-1A 39-842 three 
						miles southwest of Maxwell Field 13Nov41
					15838 (MSN 78-6106) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32334 landing at Napier Field 6Apr43. 430th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident landing at Napier 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 3Apr44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged by mechanical failure 
						landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 18Mar45. 3508th 
						Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						four miles northeast of Brooklyn, IA 27Jun45 
					15839 (MSN 78-6107) 556th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged 
						landing at Turner Field 9Nov41. 42nd Fighter Squadron, 54th Fighter Group, Bartow 
						Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Hillsborough Field, Tampa, FL 
						25May43. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Bartow Field 15Oct43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Hillsborough Field 22Feb44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC66896; N66896; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1951. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-136/94.
					15840 (MSN 78-6108) 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Metropolis, IL 9Nov41. Force landed with 
						fuel exhaustion and nosed over fourteen miles northwest of Charlotte, NC 3Oct42
					15841 (MSN 78-6109) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged 
						in a collision with Cessna AT-17 Bobcat 42-437 landing at Turner Field 16Jul42. 
						Force landed after engine failure five miles northeast of De Soto, GA 23Sep42. 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal crash 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-251 at Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL 6Apr43 (2KIS)
					15842 (MSN 78-6110) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16325 landing at Napier Field 11May42. Crashed after
						fuel exhaustion and the pilot bailed out at Plains, GA 8Mar43.
					15843 (MSN 78-6111) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 21Feb42. 348th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Tyndall Field 2Dec42. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 3Jan45
					15844 (MSN 78-6112) 
					15845 (MSN 78-6113) 477th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16102 at Port Isabel, TX 5Aug42. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Crash landed during landing at Randolph Field, TX 23Feb43. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident with AT-6A 41-16443 at Harlingen Field 16Dec43
					15846 (MSN 78-6114) 479th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in collision with parked 
						AT-6A 41-16753 when taxying at Harlingen Field 11Feb43 
					15847 (MSN 78-6115) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Substantially damaged when crash 
						landed with fuel exhaustion west of Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 22Jul43. 
						Fatal crash into the ground three miles southeast of Harlingen Field 21Feb44 (1KIS)
					15848 (MSN 78-6116)American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian 
						Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1496. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea 
						dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ  
					15849 (MSN 78-6117)Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen Field, TX. Appeared in the 
						movie “Aerial Gunner” [1943], filmed at Harlingen Oct/Nov42. 504th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 18Mar44  
					15850 (MSN 78-6118) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Harlingen Field 25Jun43. Squadron C-1, 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged by structural failure ten miles northeast of Lincoln 24Aug45. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in accident 
						with AT-6D 42-86115 taxying at Spence Field 24Sep45. Registered as NC9123H; N9123H; 
						cancelled 5Nov53. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16232. F 11 
						Wing, Nyköping. 4Jun52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York.
					15851 (MSN 78-6119) Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen, TX [Oct42]; code 109. 1023rd 
						Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-731 when taxying at Laredo Field 30Jun43. 
						Accident at Orlando AAB, FL 7Sep45
					15852 (MSN 78-6120) 476th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision landing at Harlingen Field 4Aug42  
					15853 (MSN 78-6121) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16721 taxying 
						at Laredo Field 19Aug43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 30Aug44. Registered 1946 as NC55990; cancelled
				15854/15875 (MSN 78-6132/6153)
					15854 (MSN 78-6132) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Crashed taking off with fuel exhaustion at Eagle Pass 14Feb44
					15856 (MSN 78-6134) Wfu; to Argentine Navy as 0329 in 1947; wfu 1967
					15859 (MSN 78-6137) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident five miles east of Terrell 29Aug45
					15868 (MSN 78-6146)  Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 719; 
						reserialled 1951 as 1619. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Fighter Squadron No 1, 
						Base Aérea No 3, Tancos. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1619. 
						Crashed during a low level flight into a lake at Óbidos, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal 1Mar56 (1KIS). 
					15872 (MSN 78-6150) to civil registry in 1946 as NC57805.  
						Modified as racer with 3-bladed propeller.  To NX57805 Raced at Cleveland, OH 
						1947 and 1948 as Race #23 flown by Dot Lemon
					15875 (MSN 78-6153) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged taxying at taxying at Harlingen 
						Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 16Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC61477; N61477. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and 
						assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, 
						serial 16293. F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 7Sep53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
				15876/15883 (MSN 78-6154/6161)
					15876 (MSN 78-6154) 71st School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Ellington Field 3Mar42. 477th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Harlington Field 10May43. Damaged in collision with AT-6 
						40-2106 when taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 17Jul43. 
						2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged 
						taxying at Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #1, Griel, AL 24May45. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 31May45. Crashed after mid-air collision 
						with AT-6B 41-17294 ten miles northwest of Tuskegee, AL 16Jul45. 
					15877 (MSN 78-6155) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training 
						Command. Substantially damaged when force landed after taking off from 
						Ellington Auxiliary Field #1, Red Bluff, TX 20Jan43. 355th Fighter Squadron, 
						354th Fighter Group, Portland AAB, OR. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						at Tonopah Junction, OR 20Jul43. Registered 1946 as NC69562; N69562. 
						Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled [Export C of A E-20749 
						issued 12Sep52]. Government of México. Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea 
						Mexicana c.19Sep52 as EAN-814. 
					15878 (MSN 78-6156) Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Accident at 
						Mather Field 15Sep41. 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Brooks Auxiliary 
						Field, Yturri, TX 18May42. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 28May45. Registered 1946 
						as NC57317; cancelled. 
					15879 (MSN 78-6157) 74th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Ellington Field 12Nov41. 480th School Squadron (Gunnery School), 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field 7Nov42. 480th Flexible
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Fatal crash into the ground five miles east of Sebastian, TX 29Nov42 (2KIS). .
					15880 (MSN 78-6158) 475th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Substantially damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15921 taxying at Harlingen 
						Field 1May42. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Crashed after taking off from Stuttgart Field, AR 8Jul44
					15881 (MSN 78-6159) 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in 
						collision with parked AT-6A 41-71 when taxying at Ellington Field 17Oct41. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by a bird strike north of New Braunfells, TX 
						24Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 19Jul43. 
						1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Laredo Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Rosita North, TX 31Dec43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 3Jan45. 
					15882 (MSN 78-6160) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Crash landed after engine failure three 
						miles north of Laredo Field 13Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC75559; N75559; 
						cancelled 28Jul50. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 7Apr49.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile May47 as 277. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Grupo de Aviación No 10, Base Aérea Los Cerrillos, 
						Santiago. Accident 30Mar64.   To Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerrillos, 
						Santiago. Loaned to and displayed at Escuela de Aviación, Base Aérea El Bosque, Santiago as ‘285’. 
						Exhibited at Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerrillos, Santiago.
					15883 (MSN 78-6161) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 19Jul43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Harlingen Field 4Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC59675; cancelled.
				15884/15913 (MSN 78-6172/6201)
					15884 (MSN 78-6172) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the ground 
						fifteen miles north of Inez, TX 8Apr43 (1KIS).
					15885 (MSN 78-6173) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 6Nov41. Substantially 
						damaged by fire in an accident at Luke Field 13Jul42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 13Nov43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Crashed after the pilot became lost in bad weather and bailed out fifteen 
						miles southeast of Batson, TX 17Jan45
					15886 (MSN 78-6174) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-16047 taxying at Luke Field 2Dec41. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6A 41-15987 taxying at Luke Field 22Dec41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Luke Field 10Mar42. 53rd Fighter Squadron, 354th Fighter Group, Santa Rosa Field, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with an object at Santa Rosa Field 16Apr43. 330th Fighter Squadron, 
						329th Fighter Group, Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA. Damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at San Diego NAS 31Jan44
					15887 (MSN 78-6175330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-596 taxying at Luke Field 18Dec41. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 6Jan42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by fire after take-off from Luke Auxiliary Field, 
						Gila Bend, AZ 5Jul44
					15888 (MSN 78-6176) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 
						10May42. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. 
						Force landed after engine failure and fire at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 15Nov42. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 22Mar44. 
						3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 41-17370 at Ajo Field 
						16Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC67113; cancelled. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					15889 (MSN 78-6177) 548th School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 9Aug42. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC49311; N49311; cancelled 25Jul50. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 26Feb49
					15890 (MSN 78-6178) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-374 landing at Williams Field 10Feb44
					15891 (MSN 78-6179) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Williams Field 20Dec43. 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-623 taxying at Williams 
						Field 29Apr44. Registered 20Sep46 as NC49351; N49351; cancelled 26Jul50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 27Aug49. 
					15892 (MSN 78-6180)3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 8Aug45 
					15893 (MSN 78-6181) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at 
						Luke Auxiliary Field, Ajo, AZ 19Oct41. 492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
						Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Crash landed at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field #6, AZ 11Jun43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 19Feb44
					15894 (MSN 78-6182)3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. 
						Damaged when nosed over at Tulsa Municipal Airport, OK 16Apr45.   
					15895 (MSN 78-6183) Registered 1946 as NC63526; N63526; cancelled. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c8Mar49. 
					15896 (MSN 78-6184)356th Fighter Squadron, 354th Fighter Group, Santa Rosa Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Santa Rosa Field 23Apr43. 355th Fighter 
						Squadron, 354th Fighter Group, Portland AAB, OR. Damaged in collision with parked 
						Vultee BT-13A Valiant 42-42932 at Portland AAB 21Aug43. 392nd Fighter Squadron, 
						367th Fighter Group, Santa Rosa Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Santa Rosa Field 25Oct43. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, 
						Shafter, CA. Damaged taxying at Minter Field 2Mar45  
					15897 (MSN 78-6185) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						taxying at Salome CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 16May42. 37th Flying Training Wing, 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Fatal crash when the pilot bailed out after losing control fifteen miles 
						southeast of Williams Field 21Jul44 (1KIS). 
					15898 (MSN 78-6186)332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6A 41-16315 landing at Luke Field 2Mar42. American Republics 
						Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
						Brasileira 2May47 as 1409. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de 
						Janeiro, RJ. 2º Esquadrão Misto de Reconhecimento e Ataque, Base Aérea de Recife, PE. 
						Departing from Base Aérea de São Paulo, Guarulhos, SP, the aircraft crashed near 
						Arujá, SP 15Mar73 (2KIS).   
					15899 (MSN 78-6187) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal accident 
						landing at Luke Field 8Jan42. 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal 				
						crash into the ground three miles southwest of Sacaton, AZ 13May42 (1KIS). 
					15900 (MSN 78-6188) 333rd School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-627 taxying at Mather Field 20Dec41. 
						Damaged when parked in collision by Beech AT-7 Navigator 41-21047 which ground 
						looped landing at Mather Field 7Jan43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four 
						Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 18Jul44
					15901 (MSN 78-6189) Registered 22Jan46 as NC49278; N49278; cancelled 23Aug49. 
						Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49. To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					15902 (MSN 78-6190)335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 3Jun42. 
						Damaged taxying at Mather Field 4Jul42. Damaged when engine failed after take-off 
						from Lincoln Field, CA 19Sep42. 261st Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), 
						Abilene Field, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by Vultee BT-13B Valiant 42-90379 
						taxying at Abilene Field 6Aug45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54839 to St. Louis Flying Service, 
						St. Louis, MO; cancelled 2Dec48 
					15903 (MSN 78-6191) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Substantially damaged taking off from Mather Field 6Nov41. 3502nd
						Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged landing at Chanute 
						Field 27Sep44. Squadron C. Damaged landing at Chanute Field 13Jul45. Damaged landing 
						at Chanute Field 27Jul45
					15904 (MSN 78-6192) 
					15905 (MSN 78-6193)330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ 20Dec41. Flexible Gunnery 
						School, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6A 41-16032 
						when taxying at Las Vegas Field 2Feb43. 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-150 when 
						taxying at Las Vegas Field 15May43  
					15906 (MSN 78-6194)Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in accident with AT-6A 41-15906 taxying at Luke Field 20Dec41. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-152 
						and force landed at Williams Field 22Feb44. Damaged in a mid-air collision southeast of 
						Coolidge, AZ 5Apr44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Casa Grande, AZ 3Jun44 
					15907 (MSN 78-6195) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						accident with AT-6A 41-15906 taxying at Luke Field 20Dec41. 1122nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16474 
						landing at Kingman Field 10Jun43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 22Nov43 and 26Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 22Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC90635. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						Registered as N90635; cancelled 15Nov50 on export to Egypt. Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50. WFU 
					15908 (MSN 78-6196) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked in a 
						collision with the ground during take-off from Luke Field 14Nov41
					15909 (MSN 78-6197)332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ 6Mar42. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 2May42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 16Dec43 
					15910 (MSN 78-6198) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						an accident with AT-6A 41-15997 taxying at Luke Field 8Apr42. Damaged during take-off 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-556 and 41-16047 at Luke Field 2Jun42. Registered 
						1946 as NC56669; cancelled
					15911 (MSN 78-6199) Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6A 41-16756 while taking off from Victorville Field, CA 3Jan43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57205; N57205; cancelled [Export C of A issued 31Mar52]. 
						James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC 1952. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7649. Central Flying 
						School, Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. 
						Longmont Aviation Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996.
						Registered 5Mar01 as N7649S as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; current [Jun20
						Noted airworthy as N7649S at Igor Sikorsy MAP, Bridgeport, CT Jun 2005
					15912 (MSN 78-6200) 333rd School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 3Jan42. 1122nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 7Jun43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Wrecked when 
						driven into by a Jeep in an accident at Kingman Field 20Aug43
					15913 (MSN 78-6201) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 19Apr42. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-191 taxying at Mather Field 25Jan43. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Kingman Field 23Aug44
				15914/15953 (MSN 78-6212/6251)
					15914 (MSN 78-6212) 946th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the pilot
						 bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17224 six miles south of Gila Bend Auxiliary 
						Field, AZ 30Oct42.
					15915 (MSN 78-6213) Registered 1946 as NC57799. Modified as a single seat racer.
						 Registered as NX57799; cancelled. Raced in National Air Races at Cleveland, OH 1947 and 1948. 
						Race #83 ‘The Weaker Six’; pilot Jane Hlavacek. Flown in 1947 Halle Trophy Race
					15916 (MSN 78-6214) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #1, TX 7Aug42. 
						48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Crashed into the ground after the pilot bailed out eight miles southeast of Victoria 8Nov42
					15917 (MSN 78-6215) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16521 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 28Sep42. 
						48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 13Nov42. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 29May45.
					15918 (MSN 78-6216) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 27Feb42.
					15919 (MSN 78-6217) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria 
						Field, TX. Damaged by a bird strike ten miles east of Victoria 10Nov41. Foster Field, Victoria, TX 
						15Jan42. 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Substantially damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16020 taxying at Foster Field 9Jul42. 
						2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Goodfellow Field 18Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC61094; N61094; cancelled. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Aug53. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs.
					15920 (MSN 78-6218) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX; code 303. 
						98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-306 taxying at Foster Field 15Nov42. 
						1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Laredo Field 15Jun43. Registered 15Jan46 as NC52795; N52795; cancelled 
						26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 30Aug49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					15921 (MSN 78-6219)478th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Substantially 
						damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15880 taxying at Harlingen Field 1May42. 477th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32995 landing at Harlingen Field 9Jul43. Crash landed 
						at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 9Jan44. Damaged while parked in a collision by 
						AT-6A 41-16263 taxying at Laguna Madre Sub Base 2Mar44 
					15922 (MSN 78-6220)98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX; code 305. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16271 taxying at Foster Field 21Oct42.  
					15923 (MSN 78-6221) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 30May42. 514th School Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision 
						with parked AT-6A 41-16260 when taxying at Foster Field 15Sep42. 515th School Squadron, Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at San Marcos CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 14Oct42. 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Wrecked landing 
						at Sueco, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 28Aug43
					15924 (MSN 78-6222) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure one mile north of Foster Field 19Mar42. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 41-33012 at Foster Field 3Nov43. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32270 taxying at Foster Field 8Jan44. 2539th Base 
						Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged caused by structural failure 
						two miles northeast of Foster Field 11Jan45. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 2Apr45.
					15925 (MSN 78-6223)944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16476 taxying at Ajo Field 26May43  
					15926 (MSN 78-6224)345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6A 41-600 landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 23Apr42. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 4May42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four 
						Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when nosed over landing at Williams Field 13Jul44  
					15927 (MSN 78-6225) Registered 1946 as NC66262; N66262; cancelled. North American Aviation. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard..  To Royal Thai AF as F8-141/94 in 1951
					15928 (MSN 78-6226) 355th Fighter Squadron, 354th Fighter Group, Tonopah Field, NV. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Hayward Field, CA 18Apr43. 329th Fighter Squadron, 328th Fighter Group, 
						Portland AAB, OR. Damaged in collision with parked Bell P-39M Airacobra 42-8891 on the 
						parking ramp when taxying at Portland AAB 12Nov43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #4, Athlone, CA 11Jun45
					15929 (MSN 78-6227) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field, Ajo, AZ 20Oct41. Damaged landing at Luke Field 
						22Oct41. 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in vicinity of Luke Field 
						20Jan42. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Luke Auxiliary Field, Ajo, AZ 12Feb42.
					15930 (MSN 78-6228) Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 4 British Flying Training School, Mesa, AZ; 
						code BP243. Operated by Southwest Airways. Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ; code X-328. Substantially damaged at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 9Jan43; 
						a student in AT-6C 41-32095 was taking off when he struck the right-hand side canopy and 
						propeller of this aircraft which had just landed
					15931 (MSN 78-6229) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 4May42. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Fatal crash when the engine failed 
						during take-off one mile west of Ajo Gunnery Range #3, AZ 2Sep43 (2KIS).
					15932 (MSN 78-6230) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-337 taxying at Mather Auxiliary Field, Lincoln, CA 21Nov41. 
						335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged by fire 
						in an accident at Mather Field 1Sep42. Registered 17Jan46 as NC49313; N49313; cancelled 13Sep50. 
					15933 (MSN 78-6231) 51st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16213 at Tonopah Gunnery Range, 
						NV 29Sep42. 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Fatal 
						crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16092 twenty miles north of Indian Springs, NV 17Aug43 (1KIS).
					15934 (MSN 78-6232) 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Minter Field 9Mar45
					15935 (MSN 78-6233) Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 5 British Flying Training School, 
						Riddle Field, Clewiston, FL; operated by Riddle-McKay Aero College. Registered 1946 as NC58657; cancelled
					15936 (MSN 78-6234) 
					15937 (MSN 78-6235) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #7, Deatsville, AL 16Jun45. Registered 26Jan46 
						as NC55807; N55807; cancelled 23Mar53
					15938 (MSN 78-6236) 
					15939 (MSN 78-6237) 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16842 at Truax Field 22May45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC63827; N63827. United Nations Engineering and Export Corporation, 
						Washington, DC. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 23Jun52].  To Royal Iraqi Air Force
					15940 (MSN 78-6238) 
					15941 (MSN 78-6239) 
					15942 (MSN 78-6240)
					15943 (MSN 78-6241) 
					15944 (MSN 78-6242) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16441 four miles southeast of Selma 21May45 
					15945 (MSN 78-6243) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when the pilot 
						lost control landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 15Jun42. Crashed when the pilot
						bailed out after engine failure at Luke Field 14Sep42
					15946 (MSN 78-6244) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident 
						with AT-6A 41-16348 taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 29Jun42. Damaged 
						landing at Blythe Field, CA 1Aug42. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field 6Nov43. 3508th Base 
						Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. Damaged after engine failure at Bismark 
						Municipal Airport, ND 2Sep45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54892 to St. Louis Flying Service, 
						St. Louis, MO; cancelled 27Dec48. Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47..  
						To Philippine AF Feb 25, 1949.
					15947 (MSN 78-6245)533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-595 landing at Williams Field 5Dec43. 3008th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged landing at Minter Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Famoso, CA 24Feb45  
					15948 (MSN 78-6246) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field 
						31Oct43. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Ajo Gunnery Range #3, AZ 1Feb44 (2KIS
					15949 (MSN 78-6247) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Port Kingman, AZ 9Feb42. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ajo Field 23Apr44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when nosed over landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Picacho, AZ 15Dec44. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), 
						Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at Buckley Field 25May45. Registered as NC57396; cancelled
					15950 (MSN 78-6248) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15974 at Gila Bend, AZ 26Jan42. 946th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 3Jul43. 492nd 
						Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged taxying 
						in bad weather at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 8Apr44. 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila 
						Bend Auxiliary Field 30May44. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Force landed with mechanical 
						failure at Ajo Field 5Mar45.
					15951 (MSN 78-6249) 551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Fatal crash after 
						taking off three miles northwest of Roswell Field 2Jul42 (1KIS).
					15952 (MSN 78-6250) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 26Nov41. 
						335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Amador County Airport, CA 28Jul42. Squadron C, 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana 
						Field 19Dec44.
					15953 (MSN 78-6251) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16088 when taking off from Mather 
						Field 18May42. Registered 1946 as NC60574; N60574. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, 
						NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1954 as Sk 16B, 
						serial 16307. Försökscentralen (Research Centre), Malmslätt, Linköping 23Feb54. F 9 Wing, 
						Säve, Göteborg Oct57. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Registered 31Oct58 
						as SE-CHU to Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; used for schooling of SAS telegraphists and 
						mechanics. Cancelled 11Sep61.  Scrapped.
				15954/15993 (MSN 78-6262/6301
					15954 (MSN 78-6262) 339th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 8Nov41. Accident at Mather Field 
						30Jun42. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 20Dec44. 
						Damaged landing at Randolph Field 1Jan45. Damaged landing in bad weather at Randolph 
						Field 22Jan45. Accident six miles southwest of Wills Point, TX 22Aug45
					15955 (MSN 78-6263) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 28Oct41. Damaged landing at 
						Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 8Aug42. Fatal crash into the ground two miles 
						southeast of Foster Field 1Oct42 (2KIS). 
					15956 (MSN 78-6264) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure and destroyed at Foster Field 27Apr42
					15957 (MSN 78-6265) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Victoria Field, TX. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-16023 taking off from Victoria Field 24Dec41. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen 
						Field, TX. Damaged in an accident at Harlingen Field 31May43. 2515th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Two Engine), Dodge City Field, KS. Damaged when ground looped landing 4.5 
						miles northeast of Coffeyville, KS 2Apr45
					15958 (MSN 78-6266) 
					15959 (MSN 78-6267)332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 7May44  
					15960 (MSN 78-6268) Registered 13Feb46 as NC54863 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; 
						cancelled 23Nov48 on export to the Philippines. Government of the Republic of the 
						Philippines Nov47. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					15961 (MSN 78-6269) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16015 at Foster Field, TX 
						13Sep42. 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 17Nov42. Force landed at 
						Ellington Auxiliary Field #1, Red Bluff, TX 1Jun43
					15962 (MSN 78-6270) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16227 taxying 
						at Foster Field 26Jul42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 13Dec42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Foster Field 22Dec42 and 30Apr43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6D 41-34299 thirteen miles 
						east of Foster Field 27Feb44. Struck and destroyed in a collision with AT-6C 41-32709 
						during landing at Foster Field 25Mar44.
					15963 (MSN 78-6271)Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 713; 
						reserialled 1951 as 1613. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força 
						Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1613. Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material 
						Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. WFU 
					15964 (MSN 78-6272)Squadron C, 3036th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Yuma Field 4Apr45. Force landed with fuel exhaustion in bad weather 
						two miles west of Paden, OK 21May45  
					15965 (MSN 78-6273) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 9Jun42. 
						377th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Kingsbury, CA 4Dec42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 19Dec43
					15966 (MSN 78-6274) 338th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged taxying at Mather Field 13Nov41. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 27Feb45  
					15967 (MSN 78-6275) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with Boeing B-17G Fortress 42-31324 fifteen 
						miles northwest of Las Vegas, NV 25Feb44 (1KIS). The AT-6A was flying to the right of
						the B-17G, slightly ahead and approximately 700 feet above. The AT-6A executed a steep 
						peel-off to the left, going into a curved dive toward the B-17G. At the same time, the B-17G 
						executed a shallow turn to the left. The AT-6A struck the B-17G from about the 2 o'clock 
						position just behind the pilot’s compartment and over the number three engine. The two 
						airplanes exploded and disintegrated with several large sections floating to earth in flames. 
						Eleven people were killed in the bomber; a student gunner, who fell to earth trapped 
						in the severed B-17G tail section, miraculously survived the crash but sustained serious injuries
					15968 (MSN 78-6276) 302nd Materiel Squadron (Special), Lemoore Field, CA. Damaged six miles 
						southwest of Fresno, CA 5May42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Gilbert, AZ 18Aug44. 35th Flying Training Wing, Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing 
						at Merced Auxiliary Field #2, Ballico, Turlock, CA 15Dec44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Field 5May45
					15969 (MSN 78-6277)517th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Victorville 
						Field, CA. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Victorville Field, CA 28Mar42. North American 
						Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la 
						Aviación Naval 1949 as 0333. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Combate de la Escuadra 
						Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-C-6. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 1-G-30. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-228. Crashed and destroyed 28Sep67   
					15970 (MSN 78-6278) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 8Jan44. 569th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Indian Springs Field, NV 10Sep43. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D 
						standard. Argentine Navy / Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0198. Renamed 
						as Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base 
						Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-210. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; code 5-A-3. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-201. SOC 1967. 
					15971 (MSN 78-6278) 568th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV 7Dec42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 42-85724 taxying at Luke Field 1Sep44. 
						Force landed with mechanical failure in Prescott National Forest fifteen miles northeast 
						of Crown King mine, AZ 16Mar45
					15972 (MSN 78-6280) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed after 
						a fatal accident in a mid-air collision with a towed target fifteen miles northeast of 
						Ajo, AZ 16Feb42 (1KIS).
					15973 (MSN 78-6281) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Blythe Field, CA 7Feb42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 
						13Mar42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 
						23Apr42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16092 taxying at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 5May44. Registered 1946 as NC56367; cancelled
					15974 (MSN 78-6282) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15950 at Gila Bend, AZ 26Jan42 
					15975 (MSN 78-6283) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Napier Field 14Jan42. Force landed after engine 
						failure one mile southwest of Napier Field 13Feb42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Field 5Apr42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 
						11Jun42. Registered 1948 as NC5598N; N5598N; cancelled 5Aug49. Scrapped c.2Aug49
					15976	 (MSN 78-6284) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 7Jan42. Damaged 
						taxying at Maxwell Field 6Feb42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 
						21Feb42. Damaged taxying at Maxwell Field 6Apr42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Accident one mile east of Coolidge, GA 21May43. 2116th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Napier Field 4Jan45. Tow Target Squadron, 420th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training 
						Station-Heavy), March Field, Riverside, CA. Damaged when ground looped at March Field 
						12Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC66730; N66730. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1946. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng
						 Himpapawid ng Pilipinas.  Also listed as going to Royal Thai AF as F8-76/93.  
					15977 (MSN 78-6285) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 19Jun42. 712th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Crashed into the Gulf of México when the pilot lost control and bailed out five miles south 
						of Fort Myers 10Sep43.
					15978 (MSN 78-6286) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 20May42. Fatal crash into the 
						ground at Holtsville, AL 29Sep42 (2KIS). 
					15979 (MSN 78-6287) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16128 at Napier Field 5Feb42
					15980 (MSN 78-6288) 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Fatal accident taxying at Lincoln Field 13Jun45. 3541st Base 
						Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Fatal crash 2.5 miles north of 
						Louisville, NB 16Sep45 (2KIS).
					15981 (MSN 78-6289) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 12Nov41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell 
						Field 26Aug42. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16841 taxying at Maxwell 
						Field 12Oct42. 695th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost control 
						landing at Marianna Field 18Dec42
					15982 (MSN 78-6290) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16367 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 30Sep42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 12Oct42. 
						431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Damaged after mid-air collision with a 
						towed target at Eglin Field Gunnery Range #39, Valparaiso, FL 13Jun44. 
					15983 (MSN 78-6291)386th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Valparaiso, FL 27Nov43. 612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32652 when taxying at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 12Oct44.   
					15984 (MSN 78-6292) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Jackson Field, MS 7Feb42. 
						Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash 
						into the ground ten miles west of Douglas, GA 9Jan43 (1KIS).
					15985 (MSN 78-6293)50th School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Crashed and destroyed 65 miles southeast of Tonopah, NV 21Apr42  
					15986 (MSN 78-6294) 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #2, Ballico, Turlock, CA 18Apr45. 
						Damaged landing at Merced Field 2May45
					15987 (MSN 78-6295) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15886 taxying at Luke Field 22Dec41
					15988 (MSN 78-6296) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						by structural failure at Luke Field 9Apr42. 66th Air Base Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash into the ground at Bennett Mountain, ID 9Dec42 (2KIS)
					15989 (MSN 78-6297) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-16004 when landing at Luke Field 19Jan42. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16013 during take-off at Luke Field 
						25May42. Registered 1946 as NC56977. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1946. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 29Mar48. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					15990 (MSN 78-6298)3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #5, Sahuaro, AZ 3Jan45 and 3Feb45  
					15991 (MSN 78-6299) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field, AZ 1Apr44 
					15992 (MSN 78-6300) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 25Nov41. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Field 8Jan43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 19Jan44. 
						3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Yucca Field, AZ 20Jun44
					15993 (MSN 78-6301) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ; 
						code X-823. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 30Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC58669; cancelled 
				15994/16043 (MSN 78-6312/6361
					15994 (MSN 78-6312) 338th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-539 taxying at Mather Field 16Nov41. 949th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 11Apr43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 20Sep44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC66988; N66988. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					15995 (MSN 78-6313) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-646 during take-off at Luke Field 14Nov41. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-15996 in the vicinity of Luke Field 21Jan42. 345th School Squadron,
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 30May42. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57470; cancelled
					15996 (MSN 78-6314) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15995 in the vicinity of Luke Field 21Jan42. 946th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Gunnery Range #1, 
						Gila Bend, AZ 18Jun43
					15997 (MSN 78-6315) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6A 41-15910 taxying at Luke Field 8Apr42. Flexible Gunnery School, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 
						6Feb43. 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with Beech AT-11 Kansan 42-36850 at McCarran Field,
						Las Vegas, NV 26May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 31May43. 
						North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine 
						Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0354. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque 
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-25. Flown 
						in an attack over Buenos Aires 16Jun55 during the Revolution of that year; the pilot later 
						fled to Carrasco, Uruguay. Revolución Libertadora (The Liberating Revolution) was a military 
						and civilian uprising that ended the second presidential term of Juan Perón in Argentina 
						on 16Sep55. Thirty Argentine Navy and Air Force aircraft bombed Plaza de Mayo, Buenos 
						Aires' main square, killing over 300 civilians and wounding hundreds more. The 
						attack remains to this day the largest aerial bombing ever executed on the Argentine 
						mainland. The bombing targeted the adjacent Casa Rosada, the official seat of government. 
						The aircraft was returned to Argentina by 26Jul55. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos 
						Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 1; code 1-G-27. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos 
						Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3; code 3-G-27. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base
						Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-207. SOC 1969. 
						Conflict:
						0354 also quoted as 41-16046 (MSN 78-6374
					15998 (MSN 78-6316) 548th School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-16391 taxying at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal 
						Airport, NM 21Jul42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-310 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 
						21Jan44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 19Mar44. Crashed into 
						the ground five miles east of Williams Field 23Mar44
					15999 (MSN 78-6317) 
					16000 (MSN 78-6318) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Ajo Field, AZ 14Jan42. Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Luke Field 15Jan43. Registered as NC58668. Government 
						of Pakistan c.9Jun49.   To Royal Pakistan AF Aug 9, 1949
					16001 (MSN 78-6319) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 10Apr42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 29Jun42. 1119th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16189 twenty miles south of Mohawk, AZ 15Mar43. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Minter 
						Field, CA 7Dec44. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0334. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Combate de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-C-7. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4, Base Aeronaval 
						Punta Indio, Verónica; code 4-G-124
					16002 (MSN 78-6320) 552nd School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged landing in bad 
						weather at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 24Jul42. Registered 1946 as 
						NC66807; cancelled
					16003 (MSN 78-6321) 548th School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 31Jul42 
					16004 (MSN 78-6322) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-15989 landing at Luke Field 19Jan42. 542nd School Squadron, 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17318 landing at Luke Field 
						4Jun42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 5Jan44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC90628; N90628; cancelled 14Jul49. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Oct48. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs.
					16005 (MSN 78-6323) 333rd School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged while parked in collision by Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-9869 
						taxying at Mather Field 30Dec41. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 2Feb44. Substantially damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6D 41-34143 landing at Williams Field 23Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC63335. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1948. Government of Pakistan c.29Mar48.  
						To Royal Pakistan AF Mar 29, 1948 
					16006 (MSN 78-6324) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field,
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16025 at Mather Field 
						3Jan42. 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in collision with B-17F 42-6132 taxying at Las Vegas Field 23Oct43. 3702nd 
						Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Buckley Field 27Jun45
					16007 (MSN 78-6325)336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when nosed over landing at Mather Field 20Apr42. 
						3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Minter Field 3Feb45  
					16008 (MSN 78-6326) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control seven miles northeast of Kingman Field 4Mar44 (1KIS). 
					16009 (MSN 78-6327) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 30Apr43. 548th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Roswell Field 15Jul43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-44189 while landing at 
						Williams Field 19May44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17296 at Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #8, Davenport, TX 9Jan45
					16010 (MSN 78-6328)337th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when force landed after engine failure fifteen miles south 
						of Mather Field 10Jan42. 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 24Mar44. 3010th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Williams Field 14May44 
					16011 (MSN 78-6329) 
					16012 (MSN 78-6330)330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed 
						after becoming lost northwest of Camp Verde, AZ 25Jun42. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged in a collision landing at Minter Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Famoso, CA 1Mar45.
					16013 (MSN 78-6331) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 10Apr42. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-15989 during take-off at Luke Field 25May42. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when the pilot lost control 
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 22Dec43. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Field 25Jan44
					16014 (MSN 78-6332) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 13Nov41. Force landed after engine failure 
						at Luke Field 16Dec41. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15988 and 41-16185 
						when taxying at Luke Field 9Apr42. Registered 1946 as NC57304. Aircraft Sales Ltd, 
						Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49.  To Royal Pakistan AF Aug 9, 1949. 
					16015 (MSN 78-6333) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 
						13Mar42. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16062 when taxying at Foster Field 
						2Sep42. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15961 
						at Foster Field, TX 13Sep42
					16016 (MSN 78-6334) 261st Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), Abilene 
						Field, TX. Accident at Abilene Auxiliary Field, Abilene Municipal Airport, TX 30Aug45. 
						Registered as NC59083; cancelled. 
					16017 (MSN 78-6335) Flexible Gunnery School, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged 
						taxying at Tyndall Field 4Jan43. 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Turner Field 22Sep43. 382nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Spence Field 18Dec43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 2Mar45. 1020th 
						Base Unit (Redistribution Station #2), Miami Beach Field, FL. Crash landed with fuel 
						exhaustion one mile northeast of Pleasureville, KY 5Oct45
					16018 (MSN 78-6336) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, TX. Force landed in bad weather at Athens, TX 19Nov41. 505th School 
						Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Wrecked when force landed after the pilot became 
						lost twenty miles southeast of San Pedro De Roma, México 6Aug42
					16019 (MSN 78-6337) 506th School Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially 
						damaged when nosed over landing at Moore Field 22Sep42. Registered 29Jan46 as 
						NC54692; N54692. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Registration cancelled 13Feb51. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.  To Royal Swedish Air 
						Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16202. F 12 Wing, KalMar 17Sep51. 
						Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 1Oct53. Damaged in forced landing after engine failure 
						at Od, 20km northwest of Ulricehamn 12Aug54. Stored 7Oct55. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, 
						Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 3Dec56. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1957 as 0396. 
					16020 (MSN 78-6338) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Victoria Field 4Dec41. 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX 15Jan42. 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single 
						Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped taxying at Foster Field 5Jun42. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15919 taxying at Foster Field 9Jul42. 826th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Severely damaged when force landed after engine failure at Matagorda Island, TX 
						13Nov43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when
						ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 1Jul44. Advanced 
						Flying School, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Foster Field 15Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC57258; N57258; 
						cancelled. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported Jan51
					16021 (MSN 78-6339) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when force landed after becoming lost 
						one mile northeast of Karnes City, TX 27Feb42
					16022 (MSN 78-6340) 
					16023 (MSN 78-6341) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-15957 
						and 41-16059 while taking off from Victoria Field 24Dec41. Foster Field, Victoria, TX 
						15Jan42. Substantially damaged landing at Navasota CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 
						29Jun42. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-16277 taxying at Foster Field 
						24Jul42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #1, TX 11Aug42. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision at Harlingen Field Gunnery Range 7Jan44
					16024 (MSN 78-6342) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Foster Field 5Mar42. 
						Force landed after becoming lost at Speaks, TX 10Jun42. 99th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Foster Field 15Nov42. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after structural and 
						engine failure fifteen miles south of Foster Field 11Dec42
					16025 (MSN 78-6343) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Accident taking off from Mather Field 24Dec41. Damaged in mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16006 at Mather Field 3Jan42. 402nd Base Headquarters and 
						Air Base Squadron, La Junta Field, CO. Fatal crash into the ground fifteen miles north 
						of Sugar City, CO 3May43 (2KIS). 
					16026 (MSN 78-6344) 302nd Materiel Squadron (Special), Lemoore Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Lemoore Field 8May42. Headquarters & Headquarters 
						Squadron, West Coast Air Corps Training Center, Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at Palm Springs Field, CA 16Nov42. Damaged landing at Bishop Field, CA 
						30Jan43. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6 40-1237 taxying at Randolph Field 
						18Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC62859; cancelled
					16027 (MSN 78-6345) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Substantially damaged landing at Mather Field 17Jul42. 3026th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Crash landed at Merced Field 24Jan45. 
						American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força 
						Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1502. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
					16028 (MSN 78-6346) 352nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran 
						Field, Las Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged taxying at Las Vegas Field 27Jul43
					16029 (MSN 78-6347) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-561 taxying at Luke Field 12Dec41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 23May42. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32177 on the runway at Eagle Pass Field 14Jan44. 
					16030 (MSN 78-6348) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal 
						crash into the ground two miles west of Wittman, AZ 27Dec41
					16031 (MSN 78-6349) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-450 taxying at Indian 
						Springs Field, NV 20Aug43.
					16032 (MSN 78-6350) Flexible Gunnery School, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing 
						Indian Springs Field, NV 11Sep42. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-15905 
						taxying at Las Vegas Field 2Feb43. 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran 
						Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged taxying at Las Vegas Field 24Sep43. 533rd Two Engine
						Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when 
						force landed with fuel exhaustion three miles north of Globe, AZ 8Jan44. Ground 
						looped during take-off from Williams Field 24Apr44. 35th Flying Training Wing, 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 16Dec44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57468. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1948. Government 
						of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb 49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					16033 (MSN 78-6351) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-538 which ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 30Nov43.   Wfu; to Brazil AF as 1414; to Paraguay AF as 0139 in 1975; wfu 1986
					16034 (MSN 78-6352) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16108 taxying at 
						Indian Springs Field, NV 17Sep43. 492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
						Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 10Apr44. 
						3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged landing at Lincoln 
						Field 12Oct45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54861 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; 
						cancelled 20Dec51
					16035 (MSN 78-6353) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Greenville CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, AL 7Mar42. 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 3Jul42.
					16036 (MSN 78-6354) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL
						In night landing accident Napier Field, AL 3/11/1943.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Crestview CAA Intermediate Landing Field, FL 
						22Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan 
						Municipal Airport, AL 16Aug43. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 5Jan44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC60748; N60748. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-76/93
					16037 (MSN 78-6355) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 21Apr42. 83rd School 
						Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Maxwell Field 8Jul42. 344th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Tyndall Field 21Jun43. 17th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna 
						Field, FL. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32316 two miles west of 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 13Apr44 (1KIS). 
					16038 (MSN 78-6356) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 21Feb42
					16039 (MSN 78-6357) 
					16040 (MSN 78-6358) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Maxwell Field 27Apr42. 
						Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 1 British Flying Training School, Kaufman County 
						Airport, Terrell, TX; operated by Terrell Aviation School. Portuguese Army 
						Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 as 701; reserialled 1951 as 1602. 
						Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952
						as 1602. Crashed after colliding with a roof in low altitude flight at São Martinho do 
						Porto, Portugal 8Apr54 (1KIS). 
					16041 (MSN 78-6359) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 4Dec41.
					16042 (MSN 78-6360) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 19Nov41. Crashed when 
						the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16849 at Maxwell Field 3Nov42
					16043 (MSN 78-6361) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 17Dec41. 349th School 
						Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Tyndall Field 22Jul42. 915th School Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola 
						Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Apalachicola Field 8Nov42. 
						Squadron C-1, 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged 
						landing at Lincoln Field 29Sep45
				16044/16093 (MSN 78-6372/6421)
					16044 (MSN 78-6372) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Fatal crash into the ground at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 20Apr42
					16045 (MSN 78-6373) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 14May45
					16046 (MSN 78-6374) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						an accident with Beech D17S Traveler NC20750 [42-53002] taxying at Luke Field 9May42. 
						Crashed after engine failure taking off from Luke Field 15Sep42.  Repaired (No); wfu; 
						to Peru AF as 389 in Jul 1946
					16047 (MSN 78-6375) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6A 41-15886 taxying at Luke Field 2Dec41. Damaged 
						during take-off in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-556 and 41-15910 at Luke 
						Field 2Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 26Jul42. 
						3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, 
						Denver, CO. Damaged taxying at Buckley Field 26Apr45. Fatal crash ten miles 
						north of Lake George, CO 20Jun45 (2KIS). 
					16048 (MSN 78-6376) 543rd School Squadron, Ajo Field, AZ. Wrecked when 
						force landed after engine failure five miles southeast of Ajo 26Jul42 (2KIS).
					16049 (MSN 78-6377) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked 
						in a collision with AT-6B 4-17365 landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 3Aug42. 
						3014th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Douglas Field, AZ. Damaged by 
						fire at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX 9Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC63080. Northrop 
						Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1948. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 29Mar48. 
						Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					16050 (MSN 78-6378) Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA.
						Crashed on take-off due to engine failure 13 Jan 1943 at Mather Field, CA 
					16051 (MSN 78-6379)335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision by Curtiss-Wright AT-9 Jeep 41-5786 taxying 
						at Mather Field 17Jan42. 534th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 22Mar42. 552nd School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal 
						Airport, NM 23Jul42. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Marana Field 26Dec44. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & 
						Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at Buckley Field 11May45.  
					16052 (MSN 78-6380) 50th School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Crash landed in bad weather two miles north of Boulder City, NV 9Dec41 (2KIS)
					16053 (MSN 78-6381) 					
					16054 (MSN 78-6382) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 11Feb44. 3010th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 18Jul44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC67143; N67143. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to 
						T-6D standard. To Royal Thai AF as F8-77/93 
					16055 (MSN 78-6383) 65th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron (Advanced 
						Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at 
						Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 5Aug42. Registered 1946 as NC67122; cancelled
					16056 (MSN 78-6384)War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 17Sep46 as PH-UBO. 
						Accident when the student landed without flaps at excessive speed at Gilze-Rijen 
						14Apr47, ground looped with the right wing hitting a tree and then nosed over 
						damaging the propeller. Damaged during a practice forced landing when the student 
						pilot retracted the landing gear instead of the flaps, the right gear collapsing damaging 
						the right wing, aileron and propeller. Mid-air collision while formation flying with 
						AT-6A PH-UBD [41-16336] and PH-UBM [41-16221] from Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 8May50. 
						Crash landed 16Aug51 at Beek when the student pilot failed to lower the landing gear. 
						Damaged when a wheel locked during landing and the aircraft departed the runway at 
						Eelde 30Nov59. Cancelled 23Sep60. Sold to Fa. Button, Aduard, Netherlands; was noted 
						on the roof for a long time. After being in various locations, the aircraft was in 
						Hornhuizen in February 1979 when it was damaged by a storm and destroyed. 
					16057 (MSN 78-6385) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16215 taxying at Foster 
						Field 6Aug42. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-783 taxying at Foster Field 10Sep42. 
						75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing 
						at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 8Oct42. 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, 
						Houston, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-16443 taxying at Ellington 
						Field 2Feb43. Damaged in an accident with Curtiss-Wright AT-9 Jeep 41-12007 taxying 
						at Ellington Field 27Feb43.   504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Moore Field 11Jan44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Edinburg, TX 28Mar44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 11Apr45. Accident after take-off 4.5 miles 
						north of Sullivan City, TX 21Apr45. 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident at Kaufman County Airport 30Aug45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC68348; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.4Jan49. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-130/94. 
					16058 (MSN 78-6386) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Brooks Field 19Aug43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16180 when taxying 
						at Laredo Field 10Sep43. Damaged while parked in an accident by Lockheed AT-18 42-55607 
						caused by mechanical failure when taxying at Laredo Field 10Feb44. 2138th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with 
						fuel exhaustion ½ mile south of Winnsboro, SC 11Oct44. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 42-85480 over Craig Field 4Jul45   
					16059 (MSN 78-6387) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-16023 taking off from 
						Victoria Field 24Dec41. Foster Field, Victoria, TX 15Jan42. Damaged while parked in collision 
						by AT-6A 41-423 taxying at Foster Field 24Jul42. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0346. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-A-1. Escuela de 
						Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-213. SOC 1969.
					16060 (MSN 78-6388) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after becoming lost at City Park, Alexandria, LA 10Apr42
					16061 (MSN 78-6389) 96th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, TX. Damaged while parked when AT-6A 41-708 and 41-16020 ground looped 
						landing at Victoria Field 4Dec41. 476th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Accident taking off after engine failure at Harlingen Field 25Aug42. 477th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Fatal crash into 
						the ground eight miles east of Harlingen Field 25Mar44 (1KIS). 
						Conflict:
						Government of Israel Supply Mission. Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1111; code 10. Displayed 
						at Haifa Technical College Museum, Haifa AB 1987.
					16062 (MSN 78-6390) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field, TX 14Jul42. Damaged when parked 
						in collision by AT-6A 41-16015 taxying at Foster Field 2Sep42. 514th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Foster Field 18Nov42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16269 when taxying at Foster Field 15Apr43. Registered as NC59128; N59128; 
						cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 24Nov48
					16063 (MSN 78-6391) 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 24Oct42. 75th Flying Training 
						Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged taxying at Ellington Field, TX 11Feb43. 
						Gulf Coast Army Air Forces Training Center, Kelly Field, TX; code 806 (1943). 507th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 29Apr43. 504th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged landing caused by structural failure at Moore Field 12Nov43. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field, Victoria, TX 12Apr44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 27Apr44. 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 25Jul44. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 15Sep44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 29Jan45. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 8Apr45.
					16064 (MSN 78-6392) 
					16065 (MSN 78-6393) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying 
						at Luke Field 9Dec41. Headquarters Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at Marfa Field, TX 25Nov42. 982nd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 1Apr43. 979th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 26Jun43. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 21Dec43. 
						Damaged taxying at Williams Field 25Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Casa Grande, AZ 24Jul44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 12Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC57446; 
						cancelled. Pacific Airmotive Corporation, Glendale, CA 
					16066 (MSN 78-6394)946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16194 at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 27Apr43. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target in flight over Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 
						25Jul44. Registered as N9043Y. Reregistered 22Jan79 as N144KM as a North American-McKee 
						AT-6A; expired 23Mar98, cancelled 5Sep14. Destroyed 5May85 at Lemoore, CA. After 
						dropping a parachutist to open an air show the pilot's take-off was delayed by a blown 
						tire on a landing airplane and difficulties with filling his smoke oil tank. After completing 
						about two thirds of his aerobatic routine the pilot recovered from a reverse cuban eight 
						at a low altitude. The angle of attack increased during the recovery and the airspeed 
						appeared to decrease. The pilot began a roll to the left which continued past 180 degrees 
						before the nose of the aircraft dropped sharply. The airplane struck the ground inverted 
						in a nose down attitude at a bank angle less than 90 degree. There was a loud explosion 
						followed by a severe ground fire. The pilot was killed  
					16067 (MSN 78-6395) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ; code X-705. 
						Registered 1946 as NC58838; cancelled. 
					16068 (MSN 78-6396) To civil registry as NC67121, cancelled 
					16069 (MSN 78-6397) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16113 at Luke Field 30Dec41. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 11May44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Crashed landing with fuel 
						exhaustion 0.5 mile north of Selma, TX 3May45. 261st Base Unit (Combat Crew Training 
						Station-Fighter), Abilene Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX 1Sep45. Registered 1946 as NC59607; N59607; cancelled 26Jul50. Cobell 
						Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, 
						CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16070 (MSN 78-6398)345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying 
						at Luke Field 20Mar42. 556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, 
						Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Amarillo Field, TX 17Feb45   
					16071 (MSN 78-6399) 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Ground looped caused by mechanical failure at Indian Springs Field, NV 
						12Feb45. Damaged caused by mechanical failure 38 miles northwest of Las Vegas 22Mar45. 
						3022nd Base Unit, Indian Springs Field, NV. Damaged landing at Indian Springs Field 17Sep45. 
						3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Las Vegas Field 18Nov45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las 
						Vegas Field 15Dec45. Registered as NC63290. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 29Mar48. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					16072 (MSN 78-6400)Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in mid-air collision ten miles south of Pipecreek, TX 
						21May45. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 23Aug45. Portuguese 
						Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 714; reserialled 1951 as 1614. Base 
						Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1614. 
						Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, 
						Portugal. WFU 
					16073 (MSN 78-6401) Registered as NC57473; N57473. North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-78/93
					16074 (MSN 78-6402) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-580 taxying at Mather Field 24Feb42.
						 3036th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Fatal accident landing at Olmsted Field, 
						Middletown, PA 14Aug44 (1KIS).
					16075 (MSN 78-6403) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped taxying at Napier Field 31May42. 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Apalachicola Field 14May43. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16511 taxying at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 1Apr44. Force landed after 
						engine failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 5Jun44. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 13Dec44. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 9Feb45. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field, Valparaiso, FL 17Mar45. 
					16076 (MSN 78-6404) Field 21Apr42. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, 
						Sherman, TX. Damaged taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field #1, Gibbons, TX 6Jul45. Portuguese 
						Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 as 706; reserialled 1951 as 1607. 
						Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 
						1607. Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), 
						Alverca, Portugal. WFU
					16077 (MSN 78-6405) 3022nd Base Unit, Indian Springs Field, NV. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV 5Apr45. Accident six miles southwest of 
						Wills Point, TX 22Aug45.
					16078 (MSN 78-6406) North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D 
						standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0344. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, 
						Verónica; code 3-A-16. Flown in an attack over Buenos Aires 16Jun55 during the 
						Revolution of that year; the pilot later fled to Carrasco, Uruguay. Revolución Libertadora 
						(The Liberating Revolution) was a military and civilian uprising that ended the second 
						presidential term of Juan Perón in Argentina on 16Sep55. Thirty Argentine Navy and
					 	Air Force aircraft bombed Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires' main square, killing over 
						300 civilians and wounding hundreds more. The attack remains to this day the 
						largest aerial bombing ever executed on the Argentine mainland. The bombing 
						targeted the adjacent Casa Rosada, the official seat of government. The aircraft was 
						returned to Argentina by 26Jul55. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de 
						la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3; code 3-G-24. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos
						Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 1; code 1-G-24
					16079 (MSN 78-6407) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. The engine
						failed taking off and crashed one mile southwest of Napier Field 25Jan42. 431st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 22Oct43. Damaged after mid-air collision 
						with a towed target at Eglin Field Gunnery Range #7, Valparaiso, FL 7Mar44.
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Fatal 
						accident taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 3Nov44.
					16080 (MSN 78-6408) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						northwest of Napier Field 20Feb42.
					16081 (MSN 78-6409) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 18Jan42. 609th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #6, 2Apr43
					16082 (MSN 78-6410) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Napier Field 18Feb43. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing with mechanical failure at Napier 
						Field 25Apr43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 1Apr44. Squadron B, 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Tuskegee Field, AL 
						1Aug45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 11Sep45. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 4Oct45. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged when ground looped at Shaw Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Burnt Gin, SC 2Dec44
					16083 (MSN 78-6411) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged taxying at Gunter Field 27Apr45  
					16084 (MSN 78-6412) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 25May42. 433rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 4Dec42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 19Feb43.
						 Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Napier Field 28Jun43. 429th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron. Damaged landing at Napier Field 15Sep43
					16085 (MSN 78-6413) 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged while parked in collision 
						by Boeing B-17F Fortress 42-30920 at Buckingham Field 20Dec43. 2138th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing in 
						bad weather at Craig Field 18Dec44. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln 
						Field, NB. Damaged by mechanical failure after take-off ten miles southwest of 
						Lincoln, NB 2Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC63766; cancelled
					16086 (MSN 78-6414) Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Mather Field 23Jan43. Damaged landing at Hamilton Field, 
						Novato, CA 30Jan43. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #3, Coronado, Red Rock, AZ 6Jun45. Registered 1946 
						as NC56999; cancelled
					16087 (MSN 78-6415) Navigator School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA; code T-138 [1942]. 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Rillito, AZ 9Feb45. Damaged when nosed over landing at Marana 
						Field 1May45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54832 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. 
						Sale to Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47 notified but corrected 
						18Jan49. Registered as N54832. St. Louis School of Aeronautics, St. Louis, MO 24Apr48.
						Registration cancelled 13Jul51 as exported. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 4Apr52. Restored 
						24Apr52 as N54832 to Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ 15Jul52. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled 9Oct52 [Export C of A E-20756 issued 
						30Sep52]. Government of México. To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Oct52 as EAN-817
					16088 (MSN 78-6416)333rd School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged during landing in collision with AT-6A 41-616 which was taxying at Mather Field 
						5Jan42. 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged 
						in collision with AT-6A 41-15953 when taking off from Mather Field 18May42. 336th School 
						Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Mather Field 23Feb43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 31Jan44. Damaged 
						landing at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 25Apr44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field, Eloy, AZ 4Dec44  
					16089 (MSN 78-6417) 552nd School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when the 
						pilot lost control landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 
						9Aug42. 945th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field 21Mar43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6A 41-594 at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 23Feb44. 3024th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion 
						one mile northeast of Sells, AZ 9Mar45.  To civil registry as NC59607  
					16090 (MSN 78-6418) 50th School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 23Dec41. 569th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 
						41-622 twelve miles north of Indian Springs, NV 15Oct43 (1KIS)
					16091 (MSN 78-6419) 50th School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged taxying at Las Vegas Field 23Jun42. Damaged ten miles down river from Boulder 
						Dam, NV 5Sep42. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged while 
						parked in a collision by AT-6C 41-32871 at Marana Field 4Jul45.
					16092 (MSN 78-6420) 53rd School Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Aerial Gunnery School, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Beatty, NV 11Jan42. 
						50th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Substantially 
						damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at Las Vegas Field 10Mar43. 352nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged while parked in 
						collision by AT-6A 41-622 taxying at Indian Springs Field 29Jul43. 351st Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-15933 twenty miles north of Indian Springs, NV 17Aug43. 3010th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-15973 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 5May44.
					16093 (MSN 78-6421) Aerial Gunnery School, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV; code Z-410. 
						353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Gunnery accident 
						on the Tonopah Gunnery Range, NV 13Jan42. Registered 1946 as NC62327; cancelled. 
				16094/16118 (MSN 78-6432/6456)
					16094 (MSN 78-6432) used by USAAF mission to Bolivia.  To Bolivia AF on 2 Dec 1941; w/o 30 Jul 1942 at La Paz, Bolivia. 
						To civil registry as NC65770 Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. Registration cancelled  
					16095 (MSN 78-6433) Panama Canal Zone. US Military Mission, Bolivia 2Dec41. 
						Base Aérea Nº3, Santa Cruz. SOC 5Feb45. Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Bolivia 
						Feb45 as 16095. Registered 30Sep48 as OB-AAS-155 to Transportes Aereos 
						Peruanos SA (TAPSA); cancelled 12Apr52. Registered 18Apr52 as N1546V as a 
						North American-Victoria AT-6A to Babb Co Inc.; cancelled 24Apr52. Intended 
						import to USA from Peru; export licence denied. Peruvian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea 
						del Perú. Reserialled as 55-448. Still active Aug67
					16096 (MSN 78-6434) Panama Canal Zone. US Military Mission, Bolivia 2Dec41. 
						Base Aérea Nº3, Santa Cruz. Returned to USA 8May44. Squadron C-1, 2143rd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Mid-air collision 7Feb45. 
						Crash landed with mechanical failure two miles west of Rosewood, IN 5Oct45. 
						To Royal Thai AF as F8-37/93
					16097 (MSN 78-6435) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, TX. Accident taking off from Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 
						19Dec41. Foster Field, Victoria, TX 15Jan42. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary 
						Field #1, TX 22Aug42. 499th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX.
						Damaged taxying at Bryan Field 26Aug43. 500th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Bryan Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32735 taxying at Bryan Field 
						14Feb44. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Bryan Field 21Dec44. Damaged landing at 
						Bryan Field 25Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC64873; cancelled. 
					16098 (MSN 78-6436) to Royal Swedish AF, but no Swedish records seen of this aircraft.
					16099 (MSN 78-6437) 
					16100 (MSN 78-6438) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single 
						Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 28Jul42
					16101 (MSN 78-6439)  
					16102 (MSN 78-6440) 476th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15845 at Port Isabel, TX 5Aug42. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field 3Jul43. 504th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 29Jan44. 
						Registered 26Jan46 as NC54859; cancelled 14Dec48. Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan 
						Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) as B-4
					16103 (MSN 78-6441) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure east of Foster Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Wagner, TX 14May42. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Bryan Field, TX. Ground looped at Bryan Field 19Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC64413; N64413; 
						cancelled 27Mar53. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 21Mar49. Exported.
					16104 (MSN 78-6442) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-704 at Harlingen Field, TX 13May43 (2KIS)
					16105 (MSN 78-6443) 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Yucca Field, AZ 26Aug44. American Republics Project to 
						Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jul47 as 1413.
						Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crashed during 
						aerobatics near Benfica, northwest of Juiz de Fora, MG 13Feb55 (1KIS + 1 civilian passenger).
					16106 (MSN 78-6444) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Mather Field 28Jan42. 
						1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Kingman Field 9Jun43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Field 6Feb45. Spartan Aero 
						Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Dirección General 
						de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0192. Renamed as Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. 
						Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía 
						Blanca; code 1-E-204. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, 
						Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-31. SOC 1958
					16107 (MSN 78-6445)669th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Force landed 
						after engine failure at Bryan Auxiliary Field #4, Easterwood Field, College Station, TX 24Oct42.
						Damaged landing at Williams Field 27Jan43. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA. 
						Modified to T-6G standard. Venezuelan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Venezolana 1949 as 71. 
						Escuela de Aviación Militar, Campo de Aviación, Maracay; reserialled as E-71. Damaged 
						prior to Aug59. Preserved at Museo Aeronáutico, Base Aérea Aragua, Maracay, Venezuela 
					16108 (MSN 78-6446) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-16034 when taxying at Indian 
						Springs Field, NV 17Sep43 
					16109 (MSN 78-6447) 353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Tonopah Field, NV 4Feb42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Tonopah Field, NV 12Mar42. Substantially damaged when nosed 
						over taxying at Las Vegas Field 22Jun42. 353rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged while parked in accident by Douglas A-33 
						42-13599 taxying at Las Vegas Field 21Dec42. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing in bad weather five miles SSW of Marana 11May45
					16110 (MSN 78-6448)352nd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 1Nov42. 755th Basic Flying Training 
						Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 
						18Nov43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Buckeye, AZ 18Apr4  
					16111 (MSN 78-6449) 
					16112 (MSN 78-6450) 352nd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Gunnery accident at Las Vegas Field 20May42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Las Vegas Field 30Sep42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 3Aug44
					16113 (MSN 78-6451) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16069 at Luke Field 30Dec41. 946th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16475 landing at Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field 4Jul43. 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 41-32192 taxying at Gila 
						Bend Auxiliary Field #2, Gila Bend, AZ 1Jun44
					16114 (MSN 78-6452) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 12Mar42. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Force landed after engine failure at Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field 4May43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 8Jan44. 3010th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 7Sep44. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & 
						Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with Consolidated TB-24J Liberator 42-95358 two miles south of Omaha, NB 14Jul45
					16115 (MSN 78-6453) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16076 landing at Napier Field 21Apr42. 697th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Marianna Field 22Feb43. 389th Bomb Squadron, 312th Bomb 
						Group, Rice Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Rice Field 27Jul43. 
						124th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 75th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Key Field, 
						Meridian, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Key Field 10Mar44. Damaged 
						during a ferry flight by mechanical failure landing at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA 
						6May44. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, 
						Brownsville Field, TX. Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-32182 during formation 
						flying practice at Port Isabel, TX 13Sep44 (1KIS). The instructor bailed out and survived but 
						the student, a WASP training graduate who had been sent to Brownsville to train on fighters, 
						was killed.
					16116 (MSN 78-6454) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after 
						engine fire and the pilot bailed out seven miles from Brundidge, AL 31Mar42
					16117 (MSN 78-6455) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Napier Field 18Feb42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron. Crashed after the pilot lost control fifteen miles southwest of Maxwell Field, 
						Montgomery, AL 16Dec42 (1KIS). 
					16118 (MSN 78-6456) 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 31Jan44. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54857 
						to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. Registered as N54857; cancelled12Jan54.
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish 
						Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish 
						Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1954 as Sk 16B, serial 16308. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 
						19Feb54. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Argentine Navy / Comando de 
						la Aviación Naval 1957. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante 
						Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-207.  Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante 
						Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-207. SOC 1960
				16119/17033 (MSN 78-6497/7411
					16119 (MSN 78-6497) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16123 landing at Napier Field 4Mar42. Substantially damaged 
						at Chattahoochee River, AL 7Jul42
					16120 (MSN 78-6498)433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 10Sep42. Damaged when nosed over taxying at 
						Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 29Sep42.  
					16121 (MSN 78-6499) Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged taxying at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 16Jan43. Registered 1946 as NC65937; 
						cancelled
					16122 (MSN 78-6500) 
					16123 (MSN 78-6501) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16119 landing at Napier Field 4Mar42. Crashed after mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-419 and the pilot bailed out at Malvern, AL 23May42
					16124 (MSN 78-6502) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed 
						after mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16132 ten miles east of Ozark, AL 28Aug42 (1KIS). 
						Registered 1946 as NC61422; cancelled
					16125 (MSN 78-6503) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16626 landing at Napier Field 23Mar42. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-484 landing at Napier Field 7Jun43. 431st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron. Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Field Gunnery 
						Range #39, Valparaiso, FL 10May44. 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16634 at Lincoln Field, NB 15May45
					16126 (MSN 78-6504) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged taxying at Napier Field 19Jan43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 7Jul43. Crashed after mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 42-3900 one mile east of Malvern, AL 30Aug43 (1KIS)
					16127 (MSN 78-6505) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Fatal crash into a 
						lake at Ozark, AL 7Jan42
					16128 (MSN 78-6506) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15979 at Napier Field 5Feb42. Fatal crash after the 
						pilot lost control ten miles northeast of Troy, AL 9Apr42
					16129 (MSN 78-6507) Advanced Flying School, Napier Field, Dothan, AL 
					16130 (MSN 78-6508)
					16131 (MSN 78-6509)   
					16132 (MSN 78-6510) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Field 30Apr42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Field 1Aug42. Crashed after mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16124 \
						and the pilot bailed out ten miles east of Ozark, AL 28Aug42
					16133 (MSN 78-6511) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-481 when taxying at Napier Field 11May42. 
						Registered 5Feb46 as NC55033; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA 21Nov49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16134 (MSN 78-6512) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-32507 taxying at Marianna Field 30Mar43
					16135 (MSN 78-6513) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged 
						landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 27May42
					16136 (MSN 78-6514) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged 
						landing at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 8Aug42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Lake Charles Field, LA 10Sep42 
					16137 (MSN 78-6515) 71st School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						landing in bad weather at Ellington Field 27Jan42 
					16138 (MSN 78-6516) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake Charles 
						Field, LA. Fatal crash into the ground eleven miles northwest of Lake Charles Field 27Nov42 (1KIS). 
					16139 (MSN 78-6517)
					16140 (MSN 78-6518)  
					16141 (MSN 78-6519) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-660 during landing at Kelly Field 12Feb42. 
						503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Force landed after engine failure at Moore Field 18Jul42. 1020th Pilot Transition Training 
						Squadron (Four Engine), 96th Pilot Transition Training Group, Fort Worth Field, TX. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Shreveport Municipal Airport, LA 18Jun43. Registered 
						1946 as NC61439; N61439. Registered 1957 as YV-P-BPB
					16142 (MSN 78-6520) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Moore Field, TX 4Jun42. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 26Aug42. 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6C 41-32707 landing at Moore Field 24May43. 504th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6D 42-44629 when taxying at Moore Field 23Feb44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Foster Field 18Sep45. Registered 1946 as NC58527. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air 
						Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					16143 (MSN 78-6521) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 1Jul42. 
						Damaged taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 30Jul42. Accident taking off 
						from Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 18Aug42
					16144 (MSN 78-6522) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 		
						Antonio, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion in bad weather 1.5 miles north of 
						Fredericksburg, TX 24Dec41. Moore Field, Mission, TX Mar42. Lend-Lease to Royal Air 
						Force. No 3 British Flying Training School, Miami Municipal Airport, OK 17Nov42; code W64. 
						Operated by Spartan School of Aeronautics. Accident eight miles northwest of Commerce, OK 
						21Jul45. Accident at Miami Auxiliary Field #2, OK 10Aug45 (1KIS). Surveyed 16Aug45
					16145 (MSN 78-6523) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked in a 
						collision landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 1Oct42
					16146 (MSN 78-6524) 351st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 24Apr42. 1123rd 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Substantially damaged by 
						friendly fire at Yucca Field, AZ 12Oct43
					16147 (MSN 78-6525) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 1Apr42 and 15Jan43. 949th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke 
						Field 7Apr43. 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Marana Field 9Nov43
					16148 (MSN 78-6526) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground seventeen miles NNE of Luke Field 23Jan42 (1KIS).
					16149 (MSN 78-6527) 351st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 2Jul42. 3008th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Minter Field 20Jul45
					16150 (MSN 78-6528) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						an accident with AT-6B 41-17359 taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 15Jul42. 
						1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Kingman Field 26Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC64429. Vest Aircraft 
						and Finance Company, Denver, CO. Registered as N64429; cancelled. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 30Mar50. Exported
					16151 (MSN 78-6529) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground 1.5 miles southwest of Luke Field 4Feb42 (1KIS). 
					16152 (MSN 78-6530) 1118th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged in collision with Cessna AT-17B Bobcat 
						41-13976 taxying at Yuma Field 14Apr43. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana 
						Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 11Jan45. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6A 41-235 at Marana Field 15May45 
					16153 (MSN 78-6531) to civil registry as NC57306, cancelled
					16154 (MSN 78-6532) to civil registry as NC66894, N66894.  North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.29Nov48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16155 (MSN 78-6533) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingsville CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 13Mar42
					16156 (MSN 78-6534) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 13Sep42. 499th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, 
						Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged in collision with an AT-6C at Bryan Field 12Jul43. 
						Damaged when ground looped taking off from Bryan Field 19Aug44. Wrecked in an accident 
						with AT-6C 41-32763 at Bryan Field 25Mar45
					16157 (MSN 78-6535) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Wrecked in an accident twelve miles northeast of Foster Field 1May42
					16158 (MSN 78-6536) Registered 1946 as NC64459; N64459; cancelled [Export C of A 
						issued 4Apr52]. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 19Mar52 as 7656. Registered 
						20Jun97 as N56CU as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; current [Jun20]. 
					16159 (MSN 78-6537) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged taxying at Foster Field 5Mar42
					16160 (MSN 78-6537) Accident at Midland Field, TX 19Jul45. War Assets Administration. 
						Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. 
						Registered 6Sep46 as PH-UBP. Ground looped landing at Gilze-Rijen 28Mar47 damaging 
						the left wing tip. Ground looped landing at Eindhoven 6Aug48 causing the left landing gear 
						to collapse and damaging the left wing. Substantially damaged when the landing gear 
						collapsed in a heavy landing at Eindhoven 25Jul49. Registration cancelled 29Jul49. 
						Restored 31Aug49 as PH-UBP. Force landed in a plowed field when the engine ran 
						rough at Wouw, Netherlands 13Jan54. Cancelled 30Mar54. Scrapped
					16161 (MSN 78-6539) 446th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Hargrove Van de Graaft Airport, Tuscaloosa, AL 7Nov42. Registered 1946 
						as NC58525. Salvadoran Government Jun49. Prepared for ferry flight at Eagle Field, Dos Palos, CA. 
						Salvadoran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña Jun49 as 55
					16162 (MSN 78-6540) 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Fatal crash 
						into Galveston Bay, TX 10Jan42 (2KIS).
					16163 (MSN 78-6541) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing at Lake Charles Field 13Dec42. 
						2541st Base Unit, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged in collision with Republic 
						P-47D Thunderbolt 42-22303 taxying on the parking ramp at Matagorda Peninsular Field 
						22Jul44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field 13Oct44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a 
						collision with parked AT-6D 42-44465 at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 15May45.
					16164 (MSN 78-6542) 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ellington Field 29Dec41. 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles 
						Field, LA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-339 at Lake Charles Field 24Aug42 
					16165 (MSN 78-6543) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Marianna Field, FL 28Jan42. 374th Fighter 
						Squadron, 361st Fighter Group, Camp Springs, MD. Fatal crash into the Magothy River off 
						Wards Point, nine miles north of Annapolis, MD 25Sep43 (2KIS). The pilot had completed his 
						training on the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt early September 1943 and was ordered to prepare 
						to go overseas. After a nine day leave he returned to duty on September 15. On the morning of 
						September 25, 1943, the pilot and his roommate took off in the AT-6 for a practice flight. 
						Around 10:30 their plane crashed into the Magothy River. A civilian witness on the ground 
						reported that the airplane was heading in a north-westerly direction with a backfiring engine. 
						The terrain in the area included populated areas and heavily wooded areas. The pilot did 
						not have enough altitude to find a field for an emergency landing and was forced to try a 
						ditching in the river. The airplane stalled and was seen to enter a nose down attitude before
						striking the water. The pilots were not seen to exit the airplane and it sank in a matter of minutes. 
						It is not known what caused the crash or who was flying the plane, but it was assumed that 
						the force with which they hit the water knocked them unconscious and they drowned
					16166 (MSn 78-6544) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion six miles west of Vernon, FL 28Jan42
					16167 (MSN 78-6545) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 11Mar42. 349th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama 
						City, FL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Tyndall Field 14Dec42. 350th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. 
						Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 27Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC63663; cancelled. 
					16168 (MSN 78-6546) 83rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL.
						Force landed in bad weather and damaged when nosed over at Childersburg, AL 28Dec42. 
						Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 5 British Flying Training School, Riddle Field, 
						Clewiston, FL; operated by Riddle-McKay Aero College. Force landed after engine failure 
						at Riddle Field 10Jan44. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54894 to St. Louis Flying Service, 
						St. Louis, MO; cancelled 27Dec48 on export to the Philippines. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47. Philippine Air
						 Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					16169 (MSN 78-6547) 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, 
						Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged landing at Apalachicola Field 27May43. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 26Feb44. 2116th
						Base Unit, Pratt Field, KS. Damaged in a collision with parked Bell RP-63A ‘Pinball’ 
						42-69440 at Will Rogers Auxiliary Field, Jet, OK 6Nov4
					16170 (MSN 78-6548) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Crossville CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TN 1May42. 68th Ferrying Squadron, Air Transport Command, 
						Rosecrans Field, St Joseph, MO. Damaged when ground looped landing at Rosecrans 
						Field 4Mar43. Damaged landing at Rosecrans Field 16Jun43. Squadron B-5, 
						3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 21May45. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Lockbourne AAB, OH 19Jun45. Registered 17Jan46 
						as NC63607 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; cancelled 27Dec48 on export 
						to the Philippines. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic 
						of the Philippines 29Mar48. To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					16171 (MSN 78-6549) Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 5Jan43. Registered 1946
						 as NC59124; N59124; cancelled. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					16172 (MSN 78-6550) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 29Dec41. Damaged 
						when ground looped taking off from Maxwell Field 11Jan42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Maxwell Field 25Mar42. 348th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16480 taxying at Tyndall Field 
						20Sep42. 343rd School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when nosed 
						over landing at Tyndall Field 2Oct42. 915th School Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, 
						Apalachicola Field, FL. Force landed after becoming lost ten miles east of Carabelle, FL 1Dec42. 
					16173 (MSN 78-6551) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 9Mar42. 348th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Crashed 
						after mechanical failure when the pilot bailed out at Tyndall Field 23Apr43
					16174 (MSN 78-6552) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure at Prattville, AL 29Dec41. Substantially 
						damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Maxwell Field 25Mar42. 949th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Luke Field 28Apr43
					16175 (MSN 78-6553) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Severely damaged landing at Kelly Field 23Mar42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Kelly Field 20May42. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash into the ground at 722 W 38th St, Houston, TX 7Feb43
					16176 (MSN 78-6554) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 9Jan42. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Berry Field, Nashville, TN 2Oct42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL.  Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig 
						Field 24Nov44. Damaged in a mid-air collision six miles north of Selma, AL 25Feb45. 
						3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged taxying at Offutt Field, Omaha, NB 26Jul45
					16177 (MSN 78-6555) 476th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-453 when 
						taxying at Harlingen Field 29Dec42. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Harlingen 
						Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-501 taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre 
						Sub-Base, TX 1Nov43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion ¾ mile north 
						of Foster Field 1Dec43. Force landed after engine failure and fire three miles southeast of 
						Foster Field 15Dec43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-48913 taxying at Foster Field 
						21Jan44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 5Oct44. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School,
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph 
						Field 3Jul45. 261st Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), Abilene Field, TX. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after mechanical failure five miles northeast of Hawley, TX 20Sep45.
					16178 (MSN 78-6556)503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore 
						Field, Mission, TX. Damaged ten miles northwest of Moore Field 20May42. War Assets 
						Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, 
						Netherlands. Registered 31Jul46 as PH-UBE; cancelled 23Sep60. Sold to Fa. Button, Aduard, 
						Netherlands. Later to Fa. Daams, Hilversum, Netherlands. To Vogelpark Avifauna, 
						Alphen aan de Rijn. On display in the playground Marked as ‘PH-AVI’. Scrapped 1966. 
						Replaced at Vogelpark Aviafauna by T-6 B-133 [43-13052].   
					16179 (MSN 78-6557) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 19Aug42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 9Oct44.
					16180 (MSN 78-6558)482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged with 
						mechanical failure taking off from Lake Charles Field 15Sep42. 482nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
						at Lake Charles Field 28Dec42. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16058 
						when taxying at Laredo Field 10Sep43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in accident by AT-6D 42-44649 taxying at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Dec44.
					16181 (MSN 78-6559) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing at 
						Lake Charles Field 9Mar42. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake Charles 
						Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged by fire in an accident at Hangar #3, Lake Charles Field 25Nov42. 
						Registered 2Apr46 as NC54953; N54953; cancelled 26Jul50. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO 26Oct48. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 27Oct48. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16182 (MSN 78-6560)3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, 
						Goodyear, AZ 23Oct44. Damaged landing sixteen miles southwest of Luke Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Wittman, AZ 4Apr45. 
					16183 (MSN 78-6561) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Fatal crash 
						into the ground three miles southeast of Rayne, LA 6Jul42 (1KIS).
					16184 (MSN 78-6562) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Lake Charles Field 11Jun42. Damaged landing at Matagorda
						Peninsula Field, TX 29Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lake Charles 
						Field 29Jul42. Force landed after engine and mechanical failure at Groveton, TX 29Aug42. 
						Registered 1946 as NC74600; cancelled 30Mar53 by CAA when owner failed to comply 
						with CARs. Intercontinental Aeronautics (Intair), Antwerp, Belgium. 
						Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 as H48. WFU Aug58. Compagnie 
						Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium. Registered 
						25Jan62 as OO-GDN; cancelled 24May62. Bought by Portuguese Government for use 
						in Katanga. Crated and shipped from Ostend, Belgium to Luanda, Angola for assembly 
						then flown to Kolwezi, Katanga [Portuguese Air Force was not involved]. 
						To Katanga Air Force / Aviation Katangaise as KA34. Destroyed on the ground at 
						Jadotville by departing Katangese troops Jan63. 
					16185 (MSN 78-6563) 543rd School Squadron, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-15988 and 41-16014 when taxying at Luke Field 9Apr42.
					16186 (MSN 78-6564) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed 
						after a fatal mid-air collision with Howard DGA-12 NC22400 [42-47390] twenty-five 
						miles from Luke Field 8May42 (1KIS).
					16187 (MSN 78-6565) 669th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 24Sep42. 1119th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma 
						Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16011 taxying at Yuma 
						Auxiliary Field #1, AZ 19Apr43. 444th Fighter Squadron, 328th Fighter Group, 
						Hamilton Field, Novato, CA. Tonopah Field, NV 6Jun43. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Tonopah Field 12Jun43. Damaged landing 
						twenty-five miles south of Furnace Creek, Death Valley, CA 6Sep43. 
					16188 (MSN 78-6566)  352nd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 23Mar42
					16189 (MSN 78-6567) 551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when 
						nosed over in an accident with AT-6A 41-16389 taxying at Roswell Auxiliary 
						Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 29Jul42. 1119th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16001 twenty miles south of 
						Mohawk, AZ 15Mar43.
					16190 (MSN 78-6568) 
					16191 (MSN 78-6569) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 30May42. 481st School Squadron, Lake 
						Charles Field, LA. Substantially damaged after engine failure taking off from Lake 
						Charles Field 7Jul42. 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged taxying at Albuquerque Field, NM 28Jul42. 948th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Luke 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 7Dec42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 26Feb44.
					16192 (MSN 78-6570) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged in a collision with Beech AT-11 Kansan 
						42-36851 taxying at Indian Springs Field, NV 27May43. Squadron C-3, 3028th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						nosed over taxying at Luke Field 3Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC66801; cancelled. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.6Oct48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16193 (MSN 78-6571) to civil registry as NC63753, cancelled 
					16194 (MSN 78-6572) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16346 over Tucson, AZ 6May42. 946th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, 
						Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16066 
						at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 27Apr43
					16195 (MSN 78-6573) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Force landed 
						after engine failure at Lake Charles Auxiliary Field, Gillis, LA 21Sep42. Registered 1946 
						as NC61404; cancelled. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 26Nov48. Exported
					16196 (MSN 78-6574) 70th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident by Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-9592 taxying at Ellington Field 
						31Jan42. 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged taxying at Lake Charles 
						Field 1Jul42. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Lake Charles Field 13Sep42. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 14Oct42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 
						41-16757 six miles northwest of Selma 30Jan45. Registered as NC3949B; N3949B; 
						cancelled 21Sep49. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.
						To  Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-37/93
					16197 (MSN 78-6575) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Argentine Navy / Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0200. Renamed as 
						Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base 
						Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-212. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía 
						Blanca; code 2-A-1 [1949]. SOC 1958
					16198 (MSN 78-6576) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with a towed target at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 22Jun42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 26Aug42. 3028th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-44395 twenty-three miles northwest of Phoenix, AZ 23Feb45
					16199 (MSN 78-6577) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 16Oct42. 482nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 4Jul43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Accident taking off 
						from Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 26Nov43. Crashed and destroyed landing at Aloe Field 29Feb44. 
					16200 (MSN 78-6578) 389th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-451 when taxying at Kelly Field 15Sep42. 2539th Base Unit, 
						Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 45-49528 on the ground at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 3Aug45
					16201 (MSN 78-6579) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 12Jan42. 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, 
						Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash into the ground eighteen 
						miles northwest of Moore Field 12Oct42 (1KIS). 
					16202 (MSN 78-6580504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17301 twenty miles northwest of 
						Moore Field 16May42. Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 12Nov42. 
						War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air
						Base, Netherlands. Registered 16Aug46 as PH-UBK. Damaged during circuit training at Gilze-Rijen 
						29Nov46 when a gust of wind during landing lifted the right wing and damaged the left wing tip 
						and aileron. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Gilze-Rijen 31Jan47. Cancelled 30Aug60 
						as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium. )  
					16203 (MSN 78-6581) to civil registry as NC63635, then to N63631, cancelled Feb 13, 2013
					16204 (MSN 78-6582) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Harlingen Field 24Oct43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision ten miles southeast of Demopolis, AL 
						12Dec44. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-519 at Craig Field 16Jan45. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Field 8May45 and 31Aug45
					16205 (MSN 78-6583)
					16206 (MSN 78-6584) 70th Air Base Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing on the dry lake at Tecopa, CA 15Oct42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 21Jun44. 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident at Kaufman County Airport 9Aug45. Portuguese 
						Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 718; reserialled 1951 as 1618. 
						Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1618. 
						Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, 
						Portugal. Modified for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. 
						Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, Angola. Aeródromo Base No 4, Henrique de Carvalho, Angola
					16207 (MSN 78-6585)352nd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Gunnery accident on the Tonopah Gunnery Range, NV 24Feb42 
					16208 (MSN 78-6586)3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), 
						Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckley Field 21May45     
					16209 (MSN 78-6587) 70th Air Base Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 19Mar42. 763rd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Force landed in bad weather seven miles north of Stockton 
						Field, CA 21Mar43. 3036th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Yuma Field 31May44. Registered as NC68384; N68384; 
						cancelled [Export C of A issued 8Apr52]. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC 1952. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African 
						Air Force 1952 as 7654. Registered 9Sep97 as N200WE as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; 
						current [Jun20]. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ashtabula, OH 13Jul03. During 
						an airshow/fly-in, the aircraft landed after a large warbird had landed. Turbulence/crosswind 
						may have been a factor. The damage was minor and reported as a slight kink in a gear strut tube 
						and cosmetic wing tip damage
					16210 (MSN 78-6588) 353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. 353rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Gunnery 
						accident on the Tonopah Gunnery Range, NV 8Apr42. Damaged while parked in an accident 
						by AT-6A 41-16214 taxying at Tonopah Field, NV 13Apr42. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
						near Indian Springs Field, NV 11Mar43 (2KIS)..
					16211 (MSN 78-6589) 70th Air Base Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Crashed 
						into the ground during take-off from Las Vegas Field 3Apr42
					16212 (MSN 78-6590533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Yuma Auxiliary Field, Datelan, AZ 1Mar44. 
						3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #7, Hassayampa, AZ 4Apr45.) 
					16213 (MSN 78-6591) 51st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15933 at Tonopah Gunnery 
						Range, NV 29Sep42. 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged when crash landed at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 28Jul43.
					16214 (MSN 78-6592) 51st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6A 41-16210 when taxying at Tonopah 
						Field, NV 13Apr42. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Las Vegas Field 7Jul42. 351st 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 24Mar44. American Republics Project to 
						Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 as 1410. 
						Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6D 1566 (MSN 119-40140) at Campo dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 15Jun55 (1KIS). 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 19Aug63
					16215 (MSN 78-6593)512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16057 taxying at Foster Field 6Aug42. 
						2509th Base Unit (Bombardier School), Big Spring Field, TX. Crash landed at Big Spring Field 17Jul45 
					16216 (MSN 78-6594) 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Force 
						landed with fuel exhaustion and nosed over ten miles south of Port Noches, TX 24Nov42. 
						Damaged landing at Galveston Field, TX 12Feb43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 13May44. 2540th Base Unit, Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range 19Dec44.
						2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Moore Field 450315.  Registered 1946 as NC61405; N61405; cancelled. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO 1946. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950.
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16217 (MSN 78-6595) 391st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 24Sep42. 829th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32662 at Eagle Pass Field 14Dec42. Substantially 
						damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-3916 landing at Eagle Pass Field 8Apr43. 
					16218 (MSN 78-6596) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Goliad, TX 23Aug42. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 14Jun45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC61173; cancelled.
					16219 (MSN 78-6597) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 30Sep42  
					16220 (MSN 78-6598) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 24Jan42. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at Harlingen Field 
						20Jul43. Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field 14Feb44. Damaged taxying at Harlingen 
						Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 4Apr44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 13Nov44. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 21Dec44. Registered as 
						NC64763; N64763. Registered 11Jun53 to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; 
						cancelled 3Jun65. To Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana 1953 as T-309. 
						Grupo Aéreo de Caza No 31, Base Aérea Nº1, El Alto, La Paz. Crashed 20May58 (1KIS). 
						Conflict:
						Aircraft Parts & Supply Co., New Orleans, LA. Dal-Air, Love Field, Dallas TX 1951. Bolivian 
						Government Nov51. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX Jan52. Ferried USA to Bolivia by FAB 
						pilot departing Jan52. Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana Feb52 as T-309.
					16221 (MSN 78-6599) War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 6Sep46 as PH-UBM. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 1Feb47. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 18Mar48. 
						Mid-air collision while formation flying with AT-6A PH-UBD [41-16336] and PH-UBO [41-16056] 
						from Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 8May50. Crash landed at Beek 13Mar51 when a faulty 
						warning horn allowed the student pilot to land without lowering the landing gear. Cancelled 
						30Aug60 as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium
					16222 (MSN 78-6600) 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 30Nov42. 
						481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-32310 twelve miles west of Aloe Field 18Jun43
					16223 (MSN 78-6601) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 23Jul42. 
						481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17333 east of 
						Goliad, TX 14Mar44 (1KIS   
					16224 (MSN 78-6602) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 4Jun42. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Foster Field 7Aug42. 305th AAF Flying Training 
						Detachment (Primary), Garner Field, Uvalde, TX; operated by Hangar Six, Inc. Damaged 
						in an accident at Houston Municipal Airport, TX 11Nov42. Registered 1946 as NC59092; cancelled.
					16225 (MSN 78-6603) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed when lost and nosed over at Cuero Municipal 
						Airport, TX 11Jun42. 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Galveston Field, TX 11Jan43. 59th Flying 
						Training Detachment (Primary), Thompson-Robbins Field, Helena, AR; operated by 
						Helena Aerotech. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Harding Field, Baton 
						Rouge, LA 17Jun43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary 
						Field #2, TX 29Jul43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 
						21Nov43. Registered 1946 as NC64433; N64433. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, 
						Fort Worth TX 1950. Registered 10Jul50 to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; 
						cancelled 27Mar53. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16226 (MSN 78-6604) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged at Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 20Jan42. 
						Fatal crash into the ground eight miles northeast of Foster Field 20Jul42 (2KIS).
					16227 (MSN 78-6605) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-15962 when 
						taxying at Foster Field 26Jul42. 499th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged when force landed after engine failure at Bryan Auxiliary Field #4, Easterwood Field, 
						College Station, TX 15Apr44. Registered 1946 as NC79115; N79115. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO 1946. Registered 18Jul50 to North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA; cancelled 2Dec52. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16228 (MSN 78-6606) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 16May42. Damaged landing at 
						Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Wagner, TX 26Jun42. 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, 
						Houston, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 
						7Oct42. Registered 1946 as NC61159; cancelled. 
					16229/16258 (MSN 78-6607/6636) order cancelled and and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01771/01800
					16259 (MSN 78-6637) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Accident taking off from Foster Field 31Mar42. 75th School 
						Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged landing at Galveston Municipal 
						Airport, TX 10Nov42. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA.
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-474 when taxying at Spence Field 13Feb45.
					16260 (MSN 78-6638) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-15923 taxying 
						at Foster Field 15Sep42. 499th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. Force 
						landed with fuel exhaustion on Highway 34 at Ennis, TX 30May43. 420th Base Unit, Bryan 
						Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Bryan Field 26Jun45. Registered 1946 
						as NC61499; N61499. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 13Mar50. Exported
					16261 (MSN 78-6639) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 5May42. Registered 1946 as NC62836; N62836. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.15Mar49. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de 
						Chile Feb50 as 287. Grupo de Aviación No 11, Base Aérea Quintero, Valparaiso. Crashed 3Dec57. 
					16262 (MSN 78-6640)828th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6B 
						41-17387 while landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 9Feb43. 826th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 
						41-16537 when taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 22Nov43. 827th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Eagle Pass Field 23Mar44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 1Sep44  
					16263 (MSN 78-6641) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Tri-Cities Airport, 
						Goose Creek, TX 13Apr42. 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16341 ten miles 
						north of Foster Field, TX 25Jun42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-726 near 
						Foster Field, TX 6Sep42. 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Substantially 
						damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Ellington Field 4Nov42. 477th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in 
						collision with parked AT-6A 41-15921 when taxying at Laguna Madre Sub Base 2Mar44. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying at 
						Spence Field 13Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC79488; N79488; cancelled 28Jul50. North 
						American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 20Mar50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16264 (MSN 78-6642) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16278 at Foster 
						Field, TX 19May42. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after engine failure one mile
						northwest of Foster Field 8Jun43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 29May44.
					16265 (MSN 78-6643) 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with Beech AT-10 Wichita 41-9302 taxying at Ellington Field 23Feb43   
					16266 (MSN 78-6644) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged while parked in a collision by 
						Lockheed AT-18 Hudson 42-55694 taxying during maintenance at Laredo Field 18May43. 
						Crashed after the pilot bailed out with the aircraft on fire thirty miles southeast of Laredo Field 7Apr44.
					16267 (MSN 78-6645) Registered 1946 as NC62606; N62606. Transocean Air Lines, 
						Oakland, CA; cancelled [Export C of A issued 6Aug52]. ; To Royal Saudi AF Aug 6, 1952
					16268 (MSN 78-6646)
					16269 (MSN 78-6647) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 2Jul42. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #1, TX 18Aug42. 97th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 1Apr43. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 
						41-16062 when taxying at Foster Field 15Apr43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed with fuel 
						exhaustion at El Campo Airport, TX 26May43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile east of Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 13Apr44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Field 24Nov44. Force landed with mechanical failure fourteen 
						miles SSE of Eloy, AZ 9Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC57209; N57209; cancelled [Export C of A 
						issued 27May52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						South African Air Force 1952 as 7660. Modified to T-6G standard. SOC 1996. Shipped from 
						South Africa to Auckland, NZ, October 1996. Registered 21Nov96 as ZK-XSA, current [Sep17]. 
					16270 (MSN 78-6648) 480th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-295 at Harlingen Field, TX 18Sep42. Appeared in the 
						movie “Aerial Gunner” [1943], filmed at Harlingen Oct/Nov42. 476th School Squadron 
						(Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Crash landed at Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX 22Feb43
					16271 (MSN 78-6649) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15922 taxying at Foster Field 21Oct42.
						516th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 19Nov42. 97th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Substantially damaged when crashed after fuel exhaustion at Newgulf, TX 6Apr43. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster
						 Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44530 four miles north of Foster Field 13Sep43
					16272 (MSN 78-6650) 
					16273 (MSN 78-6651) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 17Mar42 Damaged 
						landing at Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 5May42. Damaged landing at Foster 
						Auxiliary Field #1, TX 10Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 2Jul42, 
						8Sep42 and 15Jan43. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 23Apr43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Wrecked when ground looped landing at Foster Field 9Aug44
					16274 (MSN 78-6652) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal accident when force landed after engine failure four miles southeast of 
						Cuero, TX 27Jan42 (1KIS)
					16275 (MSN 78-6653)514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #1, TX 23Aug42. 
						98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after engine failure at Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 
						5Jun43. Damaged landing at Foster Field 19Jun43. Damaged taxying at Yoakum CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 21Jun43  
					16276 (MSN 78-6654) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX; code 700. 
						514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6 40-2110 and AT-6C 41-32172 when taxying at Foster Field 20Aug42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 16Oct42. Force landed at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 26Jan43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 
						41-16386 taxying at Foster Field 6Apr44. Registered 1946 as NC79049. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO 1946. Registered as N79049. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 27Oct47. 
						Remanufactured as T-6D. Registered 3Dec48 to North American Aviation. Texas Engineering and 
						Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Registration cancelled 28Jul50. .  To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-30/91
					16277 (MSN 78-6655) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6A 41-16023 when taxying at Foster Field 
						24Jul42. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16342 landing at Foster Field 18Aug42. 477th 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field 6Jul43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 42-48998 taxying on the runway at Eagle Pass Field 12Dec43. Registered 1946 as 
						NC61025; N61025. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan. To Royal Pakistan Air Force.
					16278 (MSN 78-6656) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Foster Field 26Feb42. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16264 at Foster Field, TX 19May42. Damaged landing at Yoakum CAA
						Intermediate Landing Field, TX 22Jul42. 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-286 taxying at Ellington Field 24Nov42. 65th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear 
						collapsed landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field #3, TX 29Jul43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance 
						Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Laredo Field 28Sep43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32809 
						taxying at Laredo Field 2Jun44. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. 
						Damaged by structural failure at Shaw Field 17Nov44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 20Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC60437; cancelled
					16279 (MSN 78-6657) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-32994 
						taxying at Foster Field 1Mar43. EDC, TTD, First Air Force, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT. 
						Damaged landing at Hanscom Field, Bedford, MA 23Jun45. Registered 1948 as NC9244H; N9244H. 
						Registered 27Nov50 to Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ; cancelled 23Jan60. 
					16280 (MSN 78-6658) 480th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged 
						while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-499 taxying at Harlingen Field 17Oct42. 2133rd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 28Nov44, 
						28Jan45 and 30May45. Registered 27Feb46 as NC51497; N51497; cancelled 2Jun53
					16281 (MSN 78-6659)  3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Minter Field 23Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC63083 
						to Western Air Lines, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled. Used for carrying mail
					16282 (MSN 78-6660) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed and destroyed after a mid-air collision with an object, 
						possibly AT-6A 41-355, at Craig Field 13Jan42 
					16283 (MSN 78-6661) 71st Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Harrell Field, Camden, AR; 
						operated by Wiggins-Marden Aero Corporation. Damaged in a collision with parked 
						Boeing-Stearman PT-27 42-15644 and 42-15781 when taxying at Harrell Field 16Sep43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC65512; N65512. Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana. 
						Registered 18Jun71 as N65512; cancelled 9May75. Noted at Paris, TX Jul76
					16284 (MSN 78-6662) 381st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Craig Field 
						26Nov42. 322nd Fighter Squadron, 326th Fighter Group, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed after engine failure one mile south of Pikesville, NC 
						17Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC56667; N56667. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard. To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-66/93.
					16285 (MSN 78-6663) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16682 taxying at Craig Field 26Jun42.
						Substantially damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 1Jan43. 
						910th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Craig Field 9Mar43. 3505th Base Unit (Technical School), 
						Scott Field, Belleville, IL. Damaged while parked in a collision by Boeing B-17G Fortress 
						43-37775 at Scott Field 10Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC60583; N60583. Charles H. Babb 
						Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl 
						Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16225. F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 4Apr52. 
						SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York.
					16286 (MSN 78-6664) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 7Apr43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Wrecked when crash 
						landed eight miles west of Monroeville, AL 29Sep43. 
					16287 (MSN 78-6665) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 23Apr45
					16288 (MSN 78-6666) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 
						23Mar42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crash landed on fire at Malvern, AL 3Aug43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 4Jun44. 
						4131st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Offutt Field, Omaha, NB.
						Damaged in an accident while parked at Offutt Field 31Jul45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC64776; N64776. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported c.9Jan51
					16289 (MSN 78-6667) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig 
						Field, Selma, AL.  Damaged landing at Craig Field 19Dec44 and 16Jan45. Damaged in an 
						accident with parked AT-6C 42-44004 when taxying at Craig Field 12Mar45. Damaged in 
						an accident with AT-6C 42-44004 taxying at Craig Field 12Jun45 
					16290 (MSN 78-6668) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16329 landing at Craig Field 
						3Apr42. Damaged landing at Craig Field 14Apr42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 20Oct43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed after engine failure at Selman Field, Monroe, LA 
						1Aug44. Damaged landing ten miles southwest of Selma 17Mar45
					16291 (MSN 78-6669) 543rd School Squadron, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Ajo Gunnery Range 3Aug42. 1118th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Crashed when the pilot bailed 
						out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-641 fifteen miles northwest of Yuma Field 29Mar43
					16292 (MSN 78-6670) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when 
						the pilot bailed out in bad weather eight miles east of Hachita, NM 9Feb42
					16293 (MSN 78-6671)353rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 10Dec42. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Rillito, AZ 29Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC67120; cancelled  
					16294 (MSN 78-6672) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground in bad weather eight miles east of Hachita, NM 9Feb42 (1KIS).
					16295 (MSN 78-6673) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Accident 
						with AT-6C 41-32260 taking off from March Field, Riverside, CA 1Jan43. 542nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Luke Field 28May43. 211th Base Unit, Sioux Falls AAB, Sioux Falls, SD. Ground looped 
						at McCook Field, NB 15Oct45. Registered 1946 as NC56161; N56161. Aircraft Sales Ltd, 
						Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported c.9Jan51
					16296 (MSN 78-6674) 45th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Fatal crash after structural 
						failure and the pilot lost control twelve miles WSW of Ajo, AZ 7Dec42 (1KIS
					16297 (MSN 78-6675) 543rd School Squadron, Ajo Field, AZ. Crashed into the 
						ground five miles southwest of Range #4, Ajo AZ 28May42. 49th Headquarters Squadron, 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary 
						Field, AZ 21Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC73702; N73702. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 29Mar49. Registered to North American Aviation 19Apr49; cancelled 28Jul50
					16298 (MSN 78-6676)492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary 
						Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6B 41-17359 taxying at Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field 1Mar44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32093 taxying at Luke 
						Field 6Jun44. 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision at Las Vegas Field 16Mar45. Damaged in an accident 
						with parked Beech AT-11 Kansan 41-9444 when taxying at Las Vegas Field 23Nov45  
					16299 (MSN 78-6677) 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila 
						Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field 7Nov44
					16300 (MSN 78-6678) 
					16301 (MSN 78-6679) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Brooks Field 31Oct42. 
						65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 2Dec42  
					16302 (MSN 78-6680) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 15May42. Registered 1946 as NC57318; N57318. 
						Race #39 ‘Ruthie’. The AT-6A and a Cessna 172K, N522F collided on a taxiway after both landed 
						at Melbourne IAP, Melbourne, Florida 4Jan03. The AT-6A incurred minor damage, and the 
						Cessna 172K incurred substantial damage. Neither the pilot of the North American, nor the 
						pilot or passenger of the Cessna were injured. The North American originated from 
						Melbourne about one hour before the accident, and the Cessna originated from Daytona 
						Beach about 40 minutes before the accident. The pilot of the North American stated that 
						he had landed on runway 27L and had been told to hold short of runway 27R. He further 
						stated that the FAA Air Traffic Control Tower controller told the pilot of the Cessna to taxi
						to the ramp. He said that he was then cleared to parking on the tower frequency, and 
						added that the North American has restricted visibility and that suddenly and unexpectedly 
						the Cessna appeared on the taxiway ahead of him, and he collided with it. The pilot of the 
						Cessna stated that after landing on runway 27R at Melbourne IAP, Melbourne, Florida, 
						he turned on taxiway Q and crossed the hold short line and came to a complete stop in 
						order to complete the "after landing checklist". He further stated that the North American 
						impacted the tail of his airplane driving him forward about 5 feet. The FAA Air Traffic 
						Controller stated that the North American landed on runway 27L and turned off at runway Q. 
						He said the North American was instructed to hold short of runway 27R. The Cessna landed 
						on runway 27R and after landing was instructed to turn right at "Q" and taxi to parking. 
						The controller further stated that when the Cessna had turned off the runway, he then 
						instructed the North American to taxi to cross runway 27R and taxi to parking, and within 
						a few moments the collision occurred. One of the witnesses stated that she saw the North 
						American run into the back of the Cessna, and further stated that she did not see the 
						North American engaged in any "S-turn" maneuvers as it was being taxied. Reregistered 
						5Apr07 as N57318 as a North American-Victoria AT-6A. Reregistered 12Oct07 as N52BA; current [Jun20]. 
					16303 (MSN 78-6681) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Wrecked after the pilot lost control landing at Yoakum CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 8Mar42
					16304 (MSN 78-6682) 497th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Lubbock Field 3Apr42. 
						Damaged landing four miles north of Lubbock Field 19Jun42
					16305 (MSN 78-6683) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure ten miles southeast 
						of Brooks Field 8Apr42. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 5Aug42. 1041st Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with parked UC-78C 42-14022 when taxying at Brooks Field 26Apr43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 21Jul44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC69760; N69760. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 
						299. Grupo de Aviación No 4, Base Aérea El Bosque, Santiago. Accident 27Dec60
					16306 (MSN 78-6684) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 12May42. Damaged 
						landing at Brooks Field, TX 20Jan43
					16307 (MSN 78-6685) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 6Feb42. 506th School 
						Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Moore Field 4Sep42. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure at El Campo Municipal Airport, TX 28Jul45
					16308 (MSN 78-6686)   
					16309 (MSN 78-6687) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 18Apr42. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when crash landed 
						after engine failure six miles southwest of Hyder, AZ 9Sep43. Registered 1946 as 
						NC90637; N90637. Registered 15Jul52 to Transocean Air Lines, Oakland, CA; 
						cancelled 25Sep52 [Export C of A issued 10Sep52]. Royal Saudi Air Force 10Sep52. 
					16310 (MSN 78-6688) Registered 1948 as NC9946H; N9946H. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO 1948. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 30Dec48. 
						Registered 13Jan49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 26Jul50. Probably 
						used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16311 (MSN 78-6689) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision 
						with parked BC-1 38-385 when taxying at Kelly Field 31Jan42. Registered 1946 as NC60474; N60474. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl 
						Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16243. F 21 Wing, Luleå 4Sep52. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, 
						Stockholm 12Apr55. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1957. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York 15Oct57
					16312 (MSN 78-6690) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-534 thirty 
						miles NNW of Las Vegas Field 31Mar43.
						Conflict:
						Registered 1946 as NC65097; N65097. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to 
						Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection 
						and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 
						16240. F 14 Wing, Halmstad 15Jul52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York.
					16313 (MSN 78-6691) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped taking off from Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 11Aug42. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Field 1Sep42. Registered 1946 as NC56996; N56996; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 10Feb49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16314 (MSN 78-6692) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 27Jun42. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged landing at Minter Auxiliary Field #3, Famoso, CA 
						12Mar45. 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Fatal crash 1.5 miles southeast of Marshall, WI 30Jun45 (2KIS).
					16315 (MSN 78-6993) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6A 41-15898 landing at Luke Field 2Mar42. Damaged landing at Luke 
						Field 26Mar42. 352nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident with Martin B-10BM 35-235 taxying at Las Vegas 
						Field 18Nov42. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 8Jul43. 37th Flying Training 
						Wing, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Registered 1946 as NC68388; N68388; cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 11Jul49]. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force.
					16316 (MSN 78-6694) 326th Fighter Squadron, 328th Fighter Group, Hamilton Field, 
						Novato, CA. Damaged in an accident during maintenance at Hamilton Field 22Apr43. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object two miles east of Healdsburg, CA 31Jul43. 
						3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #5, Potter, El Nido, CA 10May45. 3008th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Force landed after engine failure at 
						Minter Field 19Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC90636; cancelled 28Jul50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 2Nov48. Registered 4Nov48 to North American Aviation. 
						Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. 
						To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-20/91
					16317 (MSN 78-6695) 352nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged taxying at Las Vegas Field 28May43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Las Vegas Field 3Sep43
					16318 (MSN 78-6696) 544th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX 7Nov42. 533rd 
						Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 22Jan44. 
						Registered as NC62366; N62366. Exported. Registration N99293 assigned 12Mar77 
						as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; not taken up, cancelled 1Apr11
					16319 (MSN 78-6697) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in a collision with Piper J3C-65 Cub NC30738 landing at Port Kingman, AZ 29Jan42
					16320 (MSN 78-6698) Accepted by USAAF 10Jan42. 544th School Squadron, Luke 
						Field, Glendale, AZ, 13Jan42. Crash landed at Luke Field 5May42. Field, Roswell Field, 
						NM 1Jul42. Advanced Flying School, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ 6Sep42. Field, 
						Roswell Field, NM 2Dec42. Advanced Flying School, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ 
						3Dec42. Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen Field, TX Mar43. Advanced Flying School, 
						Mather Field, Sacramento, CA 10Apr43. 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV, 10Apr43. Accident landing at Indian Springs 
						Field, NV 14May43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX 6Oct43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-44278 
						when taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 18Jun44. 2564th Base 
						Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX 
						26Jul44. 4160th Base Unit (Sacramento Air Technical Service Command), Kirtland 
						Field, Albuquerque, NM 15Sep44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four 
						Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 25May45. SOC 3Oct45. Portuguese Army 
						Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1949 as 721; reserialled 1951 as 1620. 
						Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Fighter Squadron No 1, Base Aérea No 3, Tancos. 
						Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1620. Modified to T-6G 
						standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. 
						WFU. Registered 28Mar79 as G-TIDE to Euroworld International Ltd, Biggin Hill; 
						cancelled 16Apr80 on export to USA. Registered May80 as N3762J. Reregistered 
						Aug89 as N42DQ. Race #42’Dairy Queen Blizzard’. Reregistered Sep90 as N77TX; 
						current [Jun20]. Substantially damaged when the pilot performed a short-field 
						landing on the grass runway at Antique Airfield (IA27), Blakesburg, IA 3Sep10. 
						During the landing rollout, he applied the brakes and the aircraft slowed normally. 
						Due to his position in the cockpit, the pilot could not see the end of the runway until 
						the airplane approached it. He intentionally ground-looped the airplane in an 
						attempt to avoid traveling off the end of the runway. The airplane turned 90 degrees 
						and impacted trees. Witnesses reported that the airplane's approach speed was 
						excessive for the short runway. Examination of the airplane revealed substantial 
						damage to the forward left wing spar
					16321 (MSN 78-6699) 362nd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, Hayward Field, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at Hayward Field 24Jun43. 381st Fighter Squadron, 363rd Fighter 
						Group, McClellan Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Sacramento 
						Municipal Airport, CA 7Nov43. 399th Fighter Squadron, 369th Fighter Group, Redding 
						Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA 2Dec43
					16322 (MSN 78-6700) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, Headland, AL 24Aug42. 350th 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall
						Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Tyndall Field 17Nov42. 
						Registered 25Jul46 as NC52917 to Resort Airlines, Southern Pines, NC. Piedmont 
						Aviation, Winston-Salem, NC 22Dec47. Registered as N52917; cancelled 23Mar53. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal 
						Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16294. 
						F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 28Sep53. SOC 15Oct57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					16323 (MSN 78-6701) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. After becoming 
						lost, force landed and nosed over three miles north of Union Springs, AL 4Mar42. 692nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Force landed after engine failure and destroyed at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 6Jan44
					16324 (MSN 78-6702) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged by 
						a bird strike five miles east of Napier Field 2Feb42. Damaged when nosed over landing 
						ten miles east of Marianna, FL 11Mar42. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-277 
						at Napier Field 27May42. 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 12Aug43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Craig Field 13Apr44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig 
						Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed after engine failure twenty-five miles south of Selma 20Jun45. 
						Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 7Aug45. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion three 
						miles west of Craig Field 6Sep45. Registered 7Aug46 as NC52895 to Pearlmans Railroad 
						Salvage, Asheville, NC. Registered as N52895. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 3Nov48. 
						Registered 29Nov48 to North American Aviation; cancelled 31Jul50. Remanufactured to 
						T-6D standard.   To Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-128/94. 
					16325 (MSN 78-6703) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-15842 landing at Napier Field 11May42. 432nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Valparaiso, FL 30Dec42. Damaged after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-17014 ten miles 
						south of Opp, AL 28Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 1Jun43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32314 
						landing at Napier Field 11Sep43
					16326 (MSN 78-6704) 692nd School Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 15Oct42
					16327 (MSN 78-6705) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 25Mar42. 
						Royal Netherlands Military Flying School, Jackson, MS 27Jun42 to 16Oct43. Headquarters 
						Squadron, Gulfport Field, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gulfport Field 
						24Jan44. Registered 1946 as NC62564; cancelled
					16328 (MSN 78-6706) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						an object between Greenville and Evergreen, AL 12May43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 31Jul45 
					16329 (MSN 78-6707) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #3, Henderson, AL 20Jan42. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16290 landing at Craig Field 3Apr42. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Field 14Jul42. Registered 1946 as NC57206. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los 
						Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Forc
					16330 (MSN 78-6708) 609th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged by structural failure at Eglin Field 18Jan44. Registered 
						1946 as NC66141 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. French Navy / Aéronavale 
						as 66141. Accident at Hyères, France 12Aug47. Escadrille 51.S, Base Aéronavale Khouribga, 
						French Morocco. Condemned at Khouribga 4Nov48
					16331 (MSN 78-6709)387th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged by a truck on the ground at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4 6Sep43. 
						Accident Florida 11Aug44  
					16332 (MSN 78-6710) to civil registry in 1946 as NC57806, cancelled
					16333 (MSN 78-6711) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 6Jun42. 
						504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 18Oct43. Registered 1946 as NC64440; cancelled. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO 1946. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 17Nov48. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16334 (MSN 78-6712) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over while landing at Kelly Field 28Feb42. 
						Damaged landing at Pawnee CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 14May42. 827th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Eagle Pass 
						Field 22Mar43. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 21Aug43. Damaged while parked in collision with AT-6C 
						41-32969 taxying on the parking ramp at Eagle Pass Field 4Oct43. Accident landing 
						at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 15Oct43. 826th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						twenty miles north of Eagle Pass Field 3Jan44. 827th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. TTMS, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 23Feb44. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 28Mar44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 5May44. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Eagle Pass Field 5Oct44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 18Apr45. Damaged when ground looped at Foster Field 4Jun45
					16335 (MSN 78-6713) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crash landed with mechanical failure at 
						Moore Field 26Jul43. Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, 
						Sullivan City, TX 20Jan44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19Jul44. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 20Dec44
					16336 (MSN 78-6714) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16379 
						taxying at Moore Field 2Apr42. War Assets Administration. Registered as NL-400 to Netherlands 
						Government Air Transport. Test flown as such in USA before delivery. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 31Jul46 as PH-UBD. 
						Accident after a solo flight by a student at Gilze-Rijen 28Mar47 when the aircraft nosed 
						over damaging the propeller, engine and structure. Since no parts were available immediately 
						the aircraft was used until January 1948 as a spare source for other Harvards. Crash landed 
						at Gilze-Rijen 23Dec48 when the student pilot ignored a warning horn and failed to lower 
						the landing gear. Mid-air collision while formation flying with AT-6A PH-UBM [41-16221] and 
						PH-UBO [41-16056] and crashed at Alphen en Riel, Netherlands 8May50 (1KIS). Cancelled 
						10May50. Noted on the roof of a factory at Aduard 1972
					16337 (MSN 78-6715) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over while landing at Kelly Field 13Jul42. 
						826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 25Jun43. 
						827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed after engine failure when the pilot bailed out twelve miles 
						south of Eagle Pass Field 1Dec43
					16338 (MSN 78-6716)512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 17Aug42. 
						Squadron C-1d, 2128th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Cochran Field, Macon, GA; code C-569. 
						Damaged landing at Cochran Field 24Feb45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 41-32311 
						taxying at Perrin Field 16Apr45. Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Gainesville, TX 20Jul45. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Perrin Field 23Jul45 
					16339 (MSN 78-6717) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16385 taxying at Foster Field 30Jun42
					16340 (MSN 78-6718)97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Foster Field 13Feb43. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Field 12Aug43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after engine failure fourteen miles 
						north of Victoria 24Feb45   
					16341 (MSN 78-6719) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-720 taxying 
						at Foster Field 30May42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16263 ten miles 
						north of Foster Field, TX 25Jun42
					16342 (MSN 78-6720) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Wrecked in a collision with AT-6A 41-16277 landing at Foster Field 18Aug42
					16343 (MSN 78-6721) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-388 taxying at Williams Field 31Dec43. Wrecked when 
						force landed after engine failure three miles south of Williams Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 12Jan44
					16344 (MSN 78-6722) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 25Mar42. 363rd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, 
						Tonopah Field, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tonopah Field 29May43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC59107; N59107; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 3Jan49
					16345 (MSN 78-6723) 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Truax Field 11Jun45 
					16346 (MSN 78-6724) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						nosed over taxying at Luke Field 31Jan42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16194 
						over Tucson, AZ 6May42. 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at Luke Field 2May43. 
						To civil registry as NC57489.  To Pakistan AF Jun 9, 1949 
					16347 (MSN 78-6725) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Luke Field 30Nov42
					16348 (MSN 78-6726) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16393 during take-off at Luke Field 26Mar42. 
						Substantially damaged in an accident while parked by Beechcraft NC20750 taxying at 
						Luke Field 9May42. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15946 taxying at Luke Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 29Jun42. 113th Base Unit, Charleston Field, SC. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Charleston Field 19Apr45. Squadron C, 3502nd Base Unit 
						(Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged landing at Chanute Field 30Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC69428; N69428; cancelled [Export C of A issued 12Aug49]. Spartan 
						Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Government of Pakistan.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					16349 (MSN 78-6727) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 28Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC56976; N56976; cancelled
					16350 (MSN 78-6728) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Wrecked 
						when nosed over after a forced landing with engine failure at Marana Field 23Nov43
					16351 (MSN 78-6729) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						nosed over after a forced landing with engine failure twelve miles southwest of Luke Field 31Aug42.  
					16352 (MSN 78-6730) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with a towed target at Ajo Gunnery Range, AZ 26Mar42
					16353 (MSN 78-6731) 351st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Las Vegas Field 6May42. 
						1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged taxying at 
						Yucca Field, AZ 20Mar44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Marana Field 11Jan45
					16354 (MSN 78-6732) 51st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 2Jun42. Damaged taxying at Las 
						Vegas Field 24Jun42. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in an accident with 
						parked AT-6C 41-32091 and 41-32849 when taxying on the parking ramp at Ajo Field 
						17May44. Registered 7May46 as NC52593; cancelled 28Aug46. Exported
					16355 (MSN 78-6733) 353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 19Mar42. Substantially damaged 
						caused by structural failure at Las Vegas Field 8Jun42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Las Vegas Field 24Sep42. Registered 1946 as NC57391; cancelled
					16356 (MSN 78-6734) Registered 1946 as NC57469. The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1946. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16357 (MSN 78-6735) 352nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged when crash landed after engine failure fifteen 
						miles northwest of Las Vegas Field 7Jul43. Registered 1946 as NC68129. Aircraft 
						Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16358 (MSn 78-6736) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 23Mar44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC59122; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA 9Dec48
					16359 (MSN 78-67371122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed after engine failure at Kingman Field 4Jun43
					16360 (MSN 78-6738) 353rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 20Dec42. 
						351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged 
						in an accident at Las Vegas Field 29Oct43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 1Aug44. Registered 25Jan46 as NC54858; N54858; cancelled 18Jan51. Exported
					16361 (MSN 78-6739) 353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV
						Crashed 2 mi S of Tonopah, NV bombing range after pilot lost contronMar 10, 1942.  
						Pilot killed, trainee survived.
					16362 (MSN 78-6740) to civil registry as NC62188, cancelled
					16363 (MSN 78-6741) Registered 1946 as NC61033; N61033. Spartan Aero Repair, 
						Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 14Jun49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16364 (MSN 78-6742) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 29Jan42. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16934 landing at 
						Napier Field 29Jun42. 2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged landing 
						1.5 miles west of Byron, GA 23Jan45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, 
						Sherman, TX. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Gaskin, TX 4May45. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0349. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-21, 
						later as 3-A-26. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 1; 
						code 1-G-26. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4, 
						Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 4-G-126. SOC 1969. 
					16365 (MSN 78-6743) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Crash landed with fuel exhaustion five miles north of Mammoth, AZ 20Jul45
					16366 (MSN 78-6744) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision landing at Atlanta Municipal Airport, GA 6Mar42. Force landed after engine 
						failure 1.5 miles south of Ewell, AL 18Feb43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 31Mar45. Damaged landing at Spence Field 1Jun45
					16367 (MSN 78-6745) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with parked AT-6A 41-15982 when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 30Sep42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Accident when 
						the landing gear collapsed landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 5Apr43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Field 3Jul43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Field 9Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 1Feb45. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Chicago Municipal Airport, Midway, IL 4Aug45. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC54884 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; N54884; 
						cancelled 5Aug49. Scrapped.
					16368 (MSN 78-6746) Advanced Flying School, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 910th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-368 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 21Dec42. 441st Fighter 
						Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged landing 
						at Dale Mabry Field 20Apr43. Perry Field, FL 9Jun43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Dale Mabry Field 14Jun43 and 29Aug43. Wrecked when ground looped 
						landing at Perry Field 5Feb44
					16369 (MSN 78-6747) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field, Anniston, AL 22Jan43. 381st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 28Feb43. 92nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Crash landed at Evergreen OLF, AL 21Jun43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 24Jan45. Damaged taxying at Eglin Field 25Jun45. Chile Air Force / Fuerza 
						Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 290. Grupo de Aviación No 6, Base Aérea Magellanes, 
						Punta Arenas. Grupo de Aviación No 11, Base Aérea Quintero, Valparaiso. The pilot 
						was attempting to let down through a hole in an overcast and crashed into the sea off
						Zapallar, Valparaiso 5Mar58 (1KIS); the aircraft sank in 90 metres of water and was 
						not recovered. SOC 20Jun58
					16370 (MSN 78-6748) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 30Jan43
					16371 (MSN 78-6749) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 16Jan42. 
						2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Tuskegee Field, AL 13Dec44 and 19Dec44. Crash landed in bad weather at Tuskegee 
						Field, AL 28Feb45. Crashed after mid-air collision with AT-6A 42-48885 and the pilot 
						bailed out six miles north of Tallassee, AL 26Jul45
					16372 (MSN 78-6750) 387th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL. Crashed after the pilot lost control at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5 
						6Oct42 (2KIS). Auxiliary Field #5 was subsequently named Piccolo Field for Captain 
						Anthony D. Piccolo, who died in the crash; Piccolo was the commanding officer of the 
						386th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron at Eglin
					16373 (MSN 78-6751) 495th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-505 when taxying at Lubbock 
						Auxiliary Field #1, TX 2Apr42. 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion four miles west of Beeville, TX 
						25Aug42. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-15824 taxying at Foster Field 15Sep42. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 9Oct42. 499th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Bryan Field, TX. Damaged by fire in an accident at Bryan Field 11Nov43
					16374 (MSN 78-6752) 496th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Crashed after the pilot lost control 1.5 miles south of Ropesville, TX 
						5Jun42 (2KIS). 
					16375 (MSN 78-6753) 499th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6D 41-16492 taxying at 
						Lubbock Field 22Mar42. 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Palm Springs Field 29May45 
					16376 (MSN 78-6754) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure 
						one mile north of Moore Field 27Oct42
					16377 (MSN 78-6755) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6B 41-17126 
						taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Aug42. Registered 1946 as NC57355; cancelled
					16378 (MSN 78-6756) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 7Aug42. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Moore Field 4Sep42. Registered 1946 as NC63810; cancelled
					16379 (MSN 78-6757) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16336 
						taxying at Moore Field 2Apr42
					16380 (MSN 78-6758) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Wrecked when force landed after engine failure ten miles north 
						of Moore Field 30Mar42
					16381 (MSN 78-6759) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Moore Field 14Oct43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 18Jan44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 
						1Jul44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 24Jul44. 
						Damaged landing after engine failure at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, 
						Sullivan City, TX 12Apr45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Waco Field, TX 11Aug45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC68343; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.4Jan49. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16382 (MSN 78-6760) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Crashed after the pilot bailed out in bad weather six miles north of Hondo, TX 18Aug42
					16383 (MSN 78-6761) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 
						30Nov42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Foster Field 5Dec42. Registered 1946 as NC56195; cancelled
					16384 (MSN 78-6762) to civil registry in 1946 as NC63626, cancelled 
					16385 (MSN 78-6763) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16339 taxying at Foster Field 
						30Jun42. Damaged landing at Foster Field 4Aug42 and 19Sep42. 310th Flying Training 
						Detachment, Central Flying Training Command, Cimarron Field, Yukon, OK; operated by 
						Oklahoma Air College. Damaged when ground looped at Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK 
						9Jan43. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Bryan Field 20Sep44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC63669; N63669. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16282. 
						F 11 Wing, Nyköping 29Jun53. Damaged when ground looped at Nyköping 2Sep55. SOC 8Nov55
					16386 (MSN 78-6764) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Wagner, TX 10Jun42. Force landed after engine failure three miles north of Foster 
						Auxiliary Field #1, TX 22Aug42. 856th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged in an 
						accident involving AT-6C 41-32208 on the ground at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						6Feb43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16276 taxying at 
						Foster Field 6Apr44. 857th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 27Apr44
					16387 (MSN 78-6765)2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 5May44   
					16388 (MSN 78-6766) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 24Apr42
					16389 (MSN 78-6767) 552nd School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-16189 taxying at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell 
						Municipal Airport, NM 29Jul42. 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged taxying at Williams Field 20Feb43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Williams Field 5May44. Squadron C, 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana 
						Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 11Jan45. American Republics Project to 
						Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 
						as 1407. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo 
						do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 3Jan55
					16390 (MSN 78-6768) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy / Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0195. Renamed as 
						Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base 
						Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-207. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; code 5-A-2 [1949]. Escuadrilla de 
						Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 1-E-228. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
						Bahía Blanca; code EAN-217. SOC 1968
					16391 (MSN 78-6769) 551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-15998 taxying at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal 
						Airport, NM 21Jul42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at Douglas Field, AZ 20Nov43. Registered 1946 
						as NC58555; N58555; cancelled. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to 
						Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
						inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 
						as Sk 16B, serial 16262. F 12 Wing, KalMar 3Mar53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & 
						Associates Ltd, New York
					16392 (MSN 78-6770) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground in bad weather six miles east of Hachita, NM 9Feb42 (1KIS).
					16393 (MSN 78-6771) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16348 during take-off at Luke Field 26Mar42. 
						Accident California 27Dec44. Registered 1948 as NC9604H; N9604H; cancelled. 
					16394 (MSN 78-6772) Registered as YV-AVS. Venezuelan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Venezolana 1949
					16395 (MSN 78-6773) 551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Force landed after 
						engine failure two miles south of Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 2Jul42
					16396 (MSN 78-6774) 535th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16454 seven miles south of Coolidge, AZ 7Jun42 
					16397 (MSN 78-6775)
					16398 (MSN 78-6776) 
					16399 (MSN 78-6777)432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-17018 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 18Jul42.  
					16400 (MSN 78-6778)  
					16401 (MSN 78-6779) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed 
						after mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-218 and the pilot bailed out one mile south 
						of Midland City, AL 5Feb42. 
					16402 (MSN 78-6780) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Field 4Sep42. Crashed after mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32392 and the pilot bailed out ten miles NNE of Headland, AL 15Jan43
					16403 (MSN 78-6781) 716th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-416 taxying at Buckingham Field 4Mar43. 717th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal accident when crash 
						landed after the pilot lost control in bad weather at Inoa, FL 16Sep43 (2KIS).
					16404/16438 (MSN 78-6782/6816) order cancelled and diverted to US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01801/01835
					16439 (MSN 78-6817) 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 5Aug42
					16440 (MSN 78-6818) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crashed and destroyed after the pilot lost control taking off from Napier Field 18Sep42
					16441 (MSN 78-6819) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15944 four miles southeast 
						of Selma 21May45. Registered 1946 as NC58415; N58415. Spartan Aero Repair, 
						Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 19Sep49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16442 (MSN 78-6820) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed target six miles 
						southwest of Range #35, Fort Walton, FL 29Mar45 
					16443 (MSN 78-6821) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged ten miles northwest of Moore Field 20May42. 
						68th Two-Engine Flying Training Group, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in an 
						accident with parked AT-6A 41-16057 when taxying at Ellington Field 2Feb43. 
						75th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Galveston Field, TX 7Feb43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in an accident with parked 
						AT-6A 41-15845 at Harlingen Field 16Dec43. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16559 on the ground at 
						Shaw Field 15Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC66072; N66072. Spartan Aero Repair, 
						Camden, NJ Jan52; cancelled [Export C of A issued 4Apr52]. Government of Israel 
						Supply Mission c4Apr52.  To Israeli Defense Force Air Force.  To Israeli Defense Force Air
						 Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, Beer Sheva. Stored derelict as ‘3/5’
					16444 (MSN 78-6822) 
					16445 (MSN 78-6823) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Moore Field 
						17Jun42. Damaged when nosed over landing at Moore Field 16Sep42. 483rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Field 20Dec43. 
						Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged landing short of the runway at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Cologne, TX 4Oct44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 15Nov44. 2500th Base Unit (HQ, Central Flying Training Command), Randolph 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when crash landed with mechanical 
						failure five miles southeast of Pierce, TX 29Jun45
					16446 (MSN 78-6824)507th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 7Feb43. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6C 41-32963 
						when taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 29Apr43. 2529th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 7Jun44. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32993 twelve miles northwest of Moore Field 26Jul44. Crash landed at 
						Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 16Jan45. American Republics Project to Brazilian 
						Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to 
						AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Aug47 as 1454. 
						Base Aérea de Canoas, Porto Alegre, RS. En route Base Aérea de Cumbica,
						São Paulo, SP to Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, crashed on the Serra 
						de Barra do Piraí, near Monumento Aos Rodoviários, ParaCambi, RJ 3Nov63 (1KIS).  
					16447 (MSN 78-6825) Sub-Depot (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over taking off from Moore Field 16May42
					16448 (MSN 78-6826) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in an accident at Moore Field 21Jul42. 
						504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Moore Auxiliary Field, Kelsey Bass, TX 24Oct42
					16449 (MSN 78-6827) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 16Jun42. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16450 twelve miles west of Moore Field 8Sep42
					16450 (MSN 78-6828) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Moore Field 25Feb42. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Laredo Field, TX 2Aug42. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16449 twelve miles west of Moore Field 8Sep42
					16451 (MSN 78-6829) 
					16452 (MSN 78-6830) 855th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Crash landed after 
						engine failure at Matagorda Peninsula Field 24Sep43. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 20Aug44. Registered 1946 as NC57356; cancelled
					16453 (MSN 78-6831) 534th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Williams Field 24Mar42. 946th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend Auxiliary 
						Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 27May43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Field 5Jan44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Field 11Aug44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana 
						Field, AZ. Damaged at Marana Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 1Dec44, possibly in a 
						landing accident by AT-6A 41-446. Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Picacho, AZ 29Dec44. Registered 1947 as NC49883; N49883; cancelled 9May11
					16454 (MSN 78-6832) 535th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Fatal 
						crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16396 seven miles south of Coolidge, AZ 
						7Jun42 (1KIS). Registered 1948 as NC4005B; N4005B; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 29Nov12
					16455 (MSN 78-6833) 669th Bombardier Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged in an accident with Cessna AT-17 Bobcat 42-207 taxying at 
						Williams Field 18Nov42
					16456 (MSN 78-6834) MSN 78-6834	551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. (1KIS). 
						Fatal crash into the ground one mile west of Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell 
						Municipal Airport, NM 12Aug42 (1KIS). 
					16457 (MSN 78-6835) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Field 17Apr45
					16458/16473 (MSN 78-6836/6851) order cancelled and diverted to US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01836/01851
					16474 (MSN 78-6852) 330th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Luke Field 
						17Mar43. 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 28Apr43. 1122nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Substantially damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-15907 landing at Kingman Field 10Jun43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 6Jun45. 
						3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure thirty miles southwest of Taft, CA 1Aug45
					16475 (MSN 78-6853)669th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 4Sep42. 
						944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field 
						22May43. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision 
						with parked AT-6A 41-16113 while landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 4Jul43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Field 27Dec43. 3702nd Base Unit 
						(Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Buckley Field 2May45 
					16476 (MSN 78-6854) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-15925 taxying at Ajo Field 26May43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 4Dec43. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #5, Sahuaro, AZ 28Apr45  
					16477 (MSN 78-6855) 534th School Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Force 
						landed after engine failure 1.5 miles east of Williams Field 1Mar42. 3010th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 3May44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC62806; N62806; cancelled [Export C of A issued 24Apr52]. James S. Spivey Inc, 
						Washington, DC. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D 
						standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7662. Central Flying School, Langebaanweg AB, 
						Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. Longmont Aviation 
						Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996. 
						Registered 17Apr97 as N7662Z as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; current [Jun20]. 
					16478 (MSN 78-6856)
					16479 (MSN 78-6857) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 1Mar42. 442nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field,
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 14Mar43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, GA 1May45. Damaged 
						landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 22May45. 
					16480 (MSN 78-6858) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16481 landing at Spence Field 7Aug42. 
						350th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in accident with 
						AT-6A 41-16172 taxying at Tyndall Field 20Sep42. Accident Florida 7Oct44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 27Dec44. Registered 1948 as NC252H; N252H. 
						Registered 23Jan51 to Transocean Air Lines, Oakland, CA; cancelled 19Sep52 
						on export to Saudi Arabia.  To Royal Saudi Air Force 6Aug52 as L-208; later as 208.
						Derelict at Jeddah AB 1970
					16481 (MSN 78-6859) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Wrecked in a collision with AT-6A 41-16480 landing at Spence Field 7Aug42
					16482 (MSN 78-6860)
					16483 (MSN 78-6861) 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible 
						Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL.   Crash landed after engine failure at 
						Apalachicola Field 16Feb43. Accident landing in collision with parked 
						Vultee BT-13A Valiant 42-42695 at Taylor Field, Ocala, FL 26Jun43
					16484 (MSN 78-6862) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 19Mar42. 443rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with a 
						towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 14Apr43. 2133rd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Spence Field 22Nov44. Accident taking off from Moody Auxiliary 
						Field #4, New River, Nashville, GA 26Mar45
					16485 (MSN 78-6863) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged at Spence Field 25Mar42. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
						Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
						Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16267. F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 21Apr53. 
						Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación 
						Naval 1957 as 0404. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; 
						code 5-A-5. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-334. Escuela de Aviación 
						Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-227
					16486 (MSN 78-6864)Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 1 British Flying Training 
						School, Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX; code 155. Operated by Terrell 
						Aviation School. Registered 1946 as NC75054. Piedmont Aviation Inc, Winston-Salem, NC 
						1946. Registered as N75054; cancelled 28Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
						22Apr49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs 
					16487 (MSN 78-6865)2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 42-4084 eleven 
						miles south of Valparaiso, FL 7Feb45  
					16488 (MSN 78-6866) 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery 
						School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Accident four miles west of Apalachicola Gunnery 
						Camp 8Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Apalachicola Field 22Apr43.
						Damaged in collision with parked Lockheed AT-18 Hudson 42-55622 when taxying 
						at Apalachicola Field 12May43. Damaged landing at Apalachicola Field 23May43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Force landed after engine failure six miles south of Covington, AL 17Dec44. Damaged 
						when ground looped in bad weather at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 29Mar45
					16489 (MSN 78-6867) 497th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Lubbock 5Mar42. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16528 when taxying at Lubbock Field 31Mar42. 391st Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-451 
						when taxying at Kelly Field 15Sep42. 
					16490 (MSN 78-6868) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged taking off from Wink Field, TX 9Aug42. Registered 1946 as 
						NC56197; N56197; cancelled. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA Jul51. 
						To Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50
					16491 (MSN 78-6869) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-431 and 37-432 landing at Brownsville 
						Municipal Airport, TX 23Sep42. 1041st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 27Dec42. Damaged taxying at Brooks 
						Field 12Mar43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna 
						Madre Sub-Base, TX 12Oct43
					16492 (MSN 78-6870)494th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6D 41-16375 when taxying at 
						Lubbock Field 22Mar42. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Randolph 
						Field 2Jan45. Registered 1946 as NC60436; cancelled  
					16493 (MSN 78-6871) 390th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in an accident with Cessna AT-17 Bobcat 42-11 taxying 
						at Kelly Field 28Aug42
					16494 (MSN 78-6872)90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in an accident 
						with AT-6B 41-17287 taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 26Apr43. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 14Jun43  
					16495 (MSN 78-6873) 445th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16939 five miles east of Spence Field, GA 6Nov42
					16496 (MSN 78-6874) 498th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field 10Apr42. 1041st Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Fatal crash in bad weather two miles north of Nixon, TX 28Feb43 (2KIS)
					16497 (MSN 78-6875) 319th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Houston Municipal 
						Airport, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises, Inc. Damaged taxying at Houston Municipal 
						Airport 9May43. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						code U-232. Crashed during a cross-country training flight one mile south of Walnut, MS 
						16Oct44 (1KIS – WASP trainee pilot). Class 44-9 was scheduled for a 2,000 mile cross-country 
						flight. On this trip, twelve trainees were headed from Avenger Field to Courtland Field, 
						Alabama, via Stuttgart Field, Arkansas. During the stop in Stuttgart, everyone had dinner 
						before leaving for Courtland. It was evening and the sun had just set. The WASP was 
						about 90 miles west of Courtland and about one mile south of Walnut, Mississippi, 
						near the Tennessee state line. She had been flying for over 2 hours since she and her 
						classmates left Stuttgart. The WASP pilot apparently became lost and attempted a 
						precautionary landing after nightfall near Walnut. On the first attempt to land in a hayfield, 
						the plane struck some power wires and the pilot went around for a second try. 
						On the second approach the AT-6 collided with the ground and the pilot was killed. 
						She had loosened her shoulder straps and was leaning out of the right hand side of the 
						cockpit, the better to see the ground in the dark. The impact made her strike her head 
						on the windshield frame, and she suffered a fatal injury. A photo of the crashed plane 
						shows the AT-6 fuselage almost upright, largely intact and resting on its belly; it did not 
						catch fire. There is no evidence of damage to the cockpit area. This probably would 
						have been a survivable accident had the pilot been properly restrained by the safety harness..
					16498 (MSN 78-6876) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 5Aug42. 
						Registered 1946 as NC58716; cancelled.
					16499 (MSN 78-6877) 
					16500 (MSN 78-6878) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-187 landing at Stockton Field 28Aug42. 346th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 
						26Mar43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6D 42-85391 at Luke Field 15Jul45. American Republics 
						Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 21Aug47 as 1459. 
						Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Accident 6May58. SOC
					16501 (MSN 78-6879) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Stockton Field 22Apr42. 3010th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 7Jul44. 3008th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Crashed into the ground
						thirty miles southwest of Taft, CA 1Aug45
					16502 (MSN 78-6880) 376th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 19Aug42. Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Gilbert, AZ 28Jan44. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), 
						Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at Buckley Field 24May45. Registered 1948 as 
						NC9687H; N9687H. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled [Export C of A 
						issued 19Sep49]. Government of Pakistan.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16503 (MSN 78-6881) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged taxying at Yucca Field, AZ 12Jul43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 27Jul44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Merced Auxiliary Field #2, Ballico, Turlock, CA 12Jan45. Damaged 
						landing at Merced Field 25Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC58664. Government of Pakistan 
						9Aug49. Royal Pakistan Air Force as A-2358 
					16504 (MSN 78-6882) 331st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Beardsley, AZ 16Mar43. 83rd Flying Training Wing, La Junta Field, CO. Crashed after 
						fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out ten miles southwest of Crystal Falls, MI 26Aug43
					16505 (MSN 78-6883) 377th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Stockton Field 11Jun42. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Williams Field 15Nov43 and 29Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 16Aug44 
					16506 (MSN 78-6884) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Field 29Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC57404. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA 1948. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine 
						Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					16507 (MSN 78-6885) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged 
						taxying at Memphis Municipal Airport 24Mar43. 305th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying 
						Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
						Memphis Municipal Airport 7Oct43. 26th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, 
						Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Substantially damaged when force landed after 
						engine failure at Memphis Municipal Airport 15Nov43. Registered 4Feb46 as 
						NC55031; N55031; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 21Jul49. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-67/93
					16508 (MSN 78-6886715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Buckingham Field 27Oct42. 717th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged by mechanical failure 
						landing at Buckingham Field 28Sep43. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying 
						at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 7Mar44. Squadron C-1, 2143rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing 
						at Tuskegee Field, AL 15Mar45) 
					16509 (MSN 78-6887)  
					16510 (MSN 78-6888)445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						landing at Spence Field 20Mar42. Registered 12Feb46 as NC55548; cancelled 14Dec48  
					16511 (MSN 78-6889) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16075 taxying at Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 1Apr44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 14Nov44, 17Jan45 and 25Jan45
					16512 (MSN 78-6890) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Crash landed in bad weather eighteen miles southeast of Columbia, TX 24Jan45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Foster Field 11Jul45
					16513 (MSN 78-6891) 501st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Crashed 3.5 miles west of Smyer, TX 29Apr42 (1KIS
					16514 (MSN 78-6892) 502nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16528 at Lubbock Field 
						14Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lubbock Field 16Jun42. 65th School 
						Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 15Sep42. 
						65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 17Mar43. Registered 18Jan46 as 
						NC54786. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 26Jul48. Registered as N54786; 
						cancelled 25Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in 
						T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16515 (MSN 78-6893) 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, 
						Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-218 at Apalachicola 
						Gunnery Camp, FL 6Apr43. 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Damaged landing at Lincoln Field 18May45.
					16516 (MSN 78-6894) Registered 1946 as NC59123. Government of the Republic of the 
						Philippines 3Mar48. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas 
					16517 (MSN 78-6895)65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Brooks Field 25Oct42. 65th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 7Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 
						24Jul43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at an auxiliary field three miles north of San 
						Angelo 17Feb45. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 15May45. Damaged landing at 
						Goodfellow Field 21May45. Registered 1946 as NC62767; cancelled 
					16518 (MSN 78-6896) 507th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17136 landing at Moore 
						Field 9Jun42. 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 12Sep42. Damaged landing at Duncan Field, 
						San Antonio, TX 21Jan43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with parked 
						AT-6C 41-32861 at Moore Field 25Mar44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore 
						Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 3Nov44. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6C 41-32441 while taxying at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 12Mar45. Squadron C, 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio 
						Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 17Apr45 
					16519 (MSN 78-6897)506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after becoming lost five miles west of Fashing, TX 29Apr42. 
						Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 20Apr45. Damaged landing at 
						Randolph Field 27Apr45. Damaged in collision with parked Beech AT-7C Navigator 43-50031 
						when taxying at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX 9Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC59639; 
						cancelled.     
					16520 (MSN 78-6898) 507th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16831 landing at Moore 
						Field 26Jun42. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17139 seven miles 
						north of Moore Field 23Oct42 (1KIS)
					16521 (MSN 78-6899) 507th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23May42. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						20Jun42. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15917 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 28Sep42. 507th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 
						1Dec42. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 18Aug44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC59082; cancelled
					16522 (MSN 78-6900)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 27Jan43. 507th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 16Apr43. 
						Squadron C, 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Foster Field 20Jun45 
					16523 (MSN 78-6901) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16775 twelve miles 
						southeast of Kelly Field 20Jul42. Registered 1946 as NC59080; N59080; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 17Jan49
					16524 (MSN 78-6902) 494th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Westbrook Field, TX 26Mar42. 
						62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 1Sep42  
					16525 (MSN 78-6903) Manufactured 3Feb42. 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, 
						Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
						at Alice Municipal Airport, TX 22Sep42. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
						Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17301 at 
						Goodfellow Field 30Nov44. Force landed with fuel exhaustion two miles east of 
						Fredericksburg, TX 7Jan45. Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Bill of Sale dated 14Mar46
						to Jack Canary [field representative for North American Aviation], Los Angeles, CA. 
						Registered 15Mar46 as NC90638. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 31Aug48.
						Registered 22Sep48 to North American Aviation; cancelled 28Jul50. Remanufactured as T-6D. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. To  Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-2/91. 
					16526 (MSN 78-6904) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field,
						 Selma, AL. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Craig Field 28Feb45. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at Craig Field 18Jul45
					16527 (MSN 78-6905)61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 10Aug42. 57th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32610 taxying 
						at Eagle Pass Field 7Jan43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 8Apr45. 
						Squadron C, 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision twenty-five miles southwest of Palacios, TX 14Apr45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Foster Field 30May45. Force landed after engine failure 
						twenty miles south of Palacious, TX 6Jun45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54877 to St. Louis 
						Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. Camera door installed under baggage compartment Oct48.
						 Registered as N54877. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO 21Mar49. North 
						American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 11Apr49. Registered 5May49 to North American Aviation; 
						cancelled 26Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs   
					16528 (MSN 78-6906) 502nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16489 when taxying at Lubbock Field 
						31Mar42. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16514 at Lubbock Field 14Jun42. 
						66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 10Aug42. 65th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Randolph Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 19Feb43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Waco 
						Auxiliary Field, Temple, TX 8Aug43. 
					16529 (MSN 78-6907) 498th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-478 when taxying at Lubbock Field 
						29Mar42. 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 12Oct42. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at El Indio, TX 12Nov43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Moody Auxiliary Field #4, New River, 
						Nashville, GA 26Feb45. Damaged landing at Spence Field 2May45. Damaged landing at 
						Moody Auxiliary Field #4, New River, Nashville, GA 10May45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC61631; N61631; cancelled. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950.
						 North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs  
					16530 (MSN 78-6908) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32825 landing at Moore Field 15Apr44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin Field 20Jun45. Registered as 
						NC58717; N58717. Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50
					16531 (MSN 78-6909) Squadron B-3, 554th Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
						Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged landing at Midland Municipal 
						Airport, TX 23Feb45. Registered as NC64268. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO 1946. 
						Registered as N64268; cancelled 18Jul51
					16532 (MSN 78-6910)  
					16533 (MSN 78-6911) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash into the ground one mile east of Moore Field 18Mar42 (1KIS).
					16534 (MSN 78-6912) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed into the ground one mile west of Moore Field 29Sep42
					16535 (MSN 78-6913) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Edinburg, TX 4Dec42. AAF Combat Crew School, Fort Worth Field, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Fort Worth Field 28Jan43. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), 
						Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Alamo Field, 
						San Antonio Municipal Airport, TX 25Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC63950; N63950. 
						The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1950. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16254. 
						F 16 Wing, Uppsala 27Nov52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					16536 (MSN 78-6914) 502nd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-168 
						four miles south of Moore Field 3Nov42. 734th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in an accident with BT-14 40-1123 on the ground at Randolph 
						Field 22Nov42. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Gunter Field 15Jan45. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Gunter Field 19Apr45. Damaged landing in bad weather at Gunter Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Mount Meigs, AL 7May45. Registered 28Jan46 as NC52765; N52765; cancelled 25Mar52
					16537 (MSN 78-6915)  504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after becoming lost one 
						mile west of Hebbronville, TX 15Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore 
						Field 14Oct43. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16262 taxying at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 22Nov43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 7May44. Accident Texas 8Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC73787; cancelled. 
					16538 (MSN 78-6916) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 31Mar42. Damaged while parked 
						by another aircraft taxying at Moore Field 12Sep42. Accident at Brooks Field, TX 12Sep42
					16539 (MSN 78-6917) 507th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore 
						Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash into the ground ten miles southeast of Moore Field 10Jul42 (2KIS). 
					16540 (MSN 78-6918) Pan American Air Ferries, Miami, FL 10Feb42. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, 
						Homestead Field, FL. Crashed into the Atlantic Ocean at Card Sound, FL 4Sep43
					16541 (MSN 78-6919)Pan American Air Ferries, Miami, FL 10Feb42. 26th Air Transport Group, 
						LaGuardia Field, Queens, New York, NY. Damaged in collision with parked BC-1A 40-707 
						when taxying at Bolling Field 26Jul43. Damaged taxying at LaGuardia Field 28Feb44. 
						2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at New Castle AAB 4Apr44  
					16542 (MSN 78-6920) Pan American Air Ferries, Miami, FL 10Feb42. 568th Base Unit, 
						4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Brownsville Field 25Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC79157; N79157. 
						Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ 1952; cancelled [Export C of A issued 8Apr52]. Government 
						of Israel Supply Mission 8Apr52. Israeli Defense Force Air Force. To Israeli Defense Force Air 
						Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, Beer Sheva. Stored derelict as ‘1/3’. 
					16543 (MSN 78-6921) Pan American Air Ferries, Miami, FL 10Feb42. 10th Transport Squadron, 
						26th Transport Group, Air Transport Command, Washington National Airport, Gravelly 
						Point, DC. Substantially damaged in a collision taxying at Washington National Airport 9Apr43. 
						Registered 9Jul46 as NC55645; N55645; cancelled 23Jan50. Texas Engineering and 
						Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 14Nov49. Crashed; wreckage discovered in Gulf of 
						Oristano, Sardinia, 2001
					16544 (MSN 78-6922) Pan American Air Ferries, Miami, FL 10Feb42. 19th Ferrying Squadron, 
						3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Crash landed 
						with mechanical failure at Romulus Field 23Apr43. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational 
						Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Brownsville Field 14Jun44. 590th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational 
						Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Greenwood Field, MS. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Greenwood Field 10Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC52694; N52694. Charles H. Babb 
						Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.  
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16291. 
						F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 14Sep53. SOC 1Mar55. Registered 26May55 as OY-DYE; 
						cancelled 24Apr56 on export to West Germany. Modified and equipped for skywriting. 
						Registered 8May56 as D-IGAL to Deutscher Luftfahrt-Beratungsdienst. Reregistered 
						1Jul57 as D-FGAL; cancelled 14Jun61 on export to the Netherlands. Registered 16Jun61 
						as PH-NKD; cancelled 18Aug93. Modified back to standard T-6A. The aircraft was to be 
						restored to the Dutch register as PH-NKD, but after a disagreement with the Dutch CAA 
						(RLD - Rijksluchtvaart Dienst) the owner decided to register the aircraft in the USA as N13FY, 
						where FY stands for ‘F*ck You’. Registered as N13FY, current [Jun20]. Based at Hilversum, 
						Netherlands since 1961. 
					16545 (MSN 78-6923) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6B 41-17231 landing at Spence Field 8Oct42  
					16546 (MSN 78-6924) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #3, Henderson, AL 26Jun42. 693rd School Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion and destroyed four miles northwest of Statesboro, GA 14Nov42 
					16547 (MSN 78-6925) 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 27Jun42
					16548 (MSN 78-6926) 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Damaged landing at Lincoln Field 17May45. Registered 1946 as NC65798. Embry-Riddle 
						Aviation Company, Miami, FL. Exposed to salt water from a hurricane in Florida. 
						Government of Nicaragua Jan47. Delivery delayed by US State Department reluctance to 
						issue an export licence. Registered as AN-ADH for ferry flight to Nicaragua Dec47. 
						To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Guardia de Nicaragua as 51. 
					16549 (MSN 78-6927) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Spence Field 18Mar42
					16550 (MSN 78-6928) 
					16551 (MSN 78-6929) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16562 taxying at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 26Apr44. Registered 1946 as NC58634; N58634. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-71/93
					16552 (MSN 78-6930) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 11Mar42. 350th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Hazlehurst, GA 
						14Nov42. 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in 
						a collision with parked AT-6B 41-17412 when taxying at Turner Field 17Jun43. 
						441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-17024 near 
						Spence Field 30Jan44. Registered 1946 as NC79522; N79522; cancelled. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 21Jul49
					16553 (MSN 78-6931) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 11Mar42. 447th School Squadron, Tyndall 
						Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 10Aug42. 348th School Squadron, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tyndall Field 9Oct42. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 24Feb44. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 8Dec44. Registered 1948 as 
						NC1711M. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 15Jun49. Registered 6Jul49 to North 
						American Aviation; cancelled 26Jul50.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 297. 
						Escuela de Aeronáutica Militar, Base Aérea El Bosque, Santiago. WFU 6Jun75
					16554 (MSN 78-6932) 
					16555 (MSN 78-6933) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing 
						at Spence Field 22Apr42. 348th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged taxying at Tyndall Field 14Jun43. 
						350th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Fatal crash into Saint Joseph Bay, ten miles southeast of Tyndall Field 3Aug43 (1KIS
					16556 (MSN 78-6934) Registered 1946 as NC60397; N60397; cancelled.  
					16557 (MSN 78-6935) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 8Feb45
					16558 (MSN 78-6936) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Force landed after engine failure 3.25 miles northwest of Tuscaloosa, AL 30Nov44.
					16559 (MSN 78-6937) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taking 
						off from Napier Field 3Aug42. Damaged after the pilot lost control landing at Napier 
						Field 21Sep42. Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 22Oct42. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 
						31Jan43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 22Jun44. 2142nd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16443 
						on the ground at Shaw Field 15Nov44. 999th Base Unit (Headquarters, Tactical Center), 
						Orlando AAB, FL. Force landed after engine failure at Orlando AAB 18Jul45. North American 
						Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la 
						Aviación Naval 1949 as 0355. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, 
						Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-10. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la 
						Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-A-31. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante 
						Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-218. SOC 1969. Exhibited at Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, 
						Verónica, Buenos Aires 1977. Displayed with false serial 0375 and code EAN-001
					16560 (MSN 78-6938) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crash landed after engine failure 
						five miles north of Moore Field 25Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC53342. Aircraft Sales 
						Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1948. Government of Pakistan Aug49. To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16561 (MSN 78-6939) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Napier Field 11Jul42. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-17016 when taxying at Napier 
						Field 18Sep42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Crashed after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-17017 three miles northeast of Enterprise, AL 17Nov43 (1KIS)
					16562 (MSN 78-6940) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16551 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Goodyear, AZ 26Apr44. Registered 1946 as NC66614. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. 
						Government of Pakistan. To  Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16563 (MSN 78-6941 Registered 1946 as NC63640. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1949. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas) 
					16564 (MSN 78-6942) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Ground looped taking off from Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 
						15Jan45. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 1Mar45. 
						Northwest Airlines Modification Center, Holman Field, St Paul, MN. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Holman Field 27Aug45.
					16565 (MSN 78-6943) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 28Feb43. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 11Oct43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC60862; cancelled
					16566 (MSN 78-6944) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 24Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC59399; 
						cancelled. 
					16567 (MSN 78-6945)431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 430th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 29Mar42. 
						Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Valparaiso, FL 24May43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing three miles northeast of Headland, Dothan, AL 21Dec44  
					16568 (MSN 78-6946) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crashed ten miles southwest of Union Springs, AL 4Mar43 (1KIS)
					16569 (MSN 78-6947)312th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, 
						Tallahassee, FL. Damaged taxying at Dale Mabry Field 26Nov42. 351st Fighter Squadron, 
						353rd Fighter Group, Millville Field, NJ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Millville 
						Field 11Apr43. Squadron C-1, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 28Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC56640; cancelled 
					16570 (MSN 78-6948) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32327 and the pilot bailed out eight miles northwest of Napier 
						Field 30Sep42. 
						Conflict:
						North American Aviation. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-143/94. 
					16571 (MSN 78-6949) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at 
						Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 10Jul43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Craig Field 15Feb44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Craig Field 26Jan45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC66260; N66260. Registered 9Oct52 to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 23May55
					16572 (MSN 78-6950) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 9Mar42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 14Dec42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 2Feb43. Registered 1946 
						as NC79502; N79502. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 1946. Registered 5May53 to North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 24Jun53. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					16573 (MSN 78-6951) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Accident after mid-air collision with a towed target at Napier Field 10Apr43. 2004th Base 
						Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16877 on the ground at Lincoln Field 28Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC57358. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16574 (MSN 78-6951) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 6May42. 1045th Base Unit, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged by a bird strike over New Berlin, TX 23Aug45
					16575 (MSN 78-6953) 311th Fighter Squadron, 58th Fighter Group, Hillsgrove Field, 
						Providence, RI. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Hillsgrove Field 
						31Jul43. Registered 1946 as NC59073; N59073; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 6Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
						Corporation [TEMCO].   To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-7/91
					16576 (MSN 78-6954)432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Napier Field 6May42. 321st Fighter Squadron, 326th Fighter Group, 
						Westover Field, Chicopee, MA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Westover Field 
						9Jun43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6C 42-48979 at Merced Field 8May45. Damaged in an accident with 
						parked AT-6C 42-48979 when taxying at Merced Field 23Jun45  
					16577 (MSN 78-6955) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 5Jun42. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with parked Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-11311 when taxying at Gunther 
						Field, Montgomery, AL 22Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC64732; cancelled
					16578 (MSN 78-6956) 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Missing 26Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC59638; N59638. Registered 18Mar49 to North 
						American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 26Jul50. 
					16579/16615 (MSN 78-6957/6993) order cancelled and and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01852/01888
					16616 (MSN 78-6994) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 27Feb42. 890th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 24May43. Mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 22Aug43. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 11Mar44. 
						2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Tuskegee Field, AL 9Jan45. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 
						27Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC79450; N79450. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 1946. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish 
						Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16224. F 8 Wing, 
						Barkarby, Stockholm 18Apr52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1957. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York 15Oct57
					16617 (MSN 78-6995) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 27Feb42. 318th Base HQ 
						and Air Base Squadron (Southeast Training Center), Tuskegee Field, AL. Accident when 
						nosed over landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 26Apr42. 890th School Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 9Oct42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 13Nov42. 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Tuskegee Field, AL. Accident when force landed with mechanical failure at Tuskegee Field 3Dec42. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 22Aug43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 16Dec43. 2143rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged landing at Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 
						1Jun44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 2Jan45. Fatal crash four 
						miles southeast of Reidsville, NC 23Mar45 (2KIS)
					16618 (MSN 78-6996) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 27Feb42. 318th Base HQ 
						and Air Base Squadron (Southeast Training Center), Tuskegee Field, AL. Destroyed when the 
						pilot lost control and crashed landing at Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #2, Shorter Field, AL 3Apr42
					16619 (MSN 78-6997) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 27Feb42. 890th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged taxying at Tuskegee Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Shorter Field, AL 13Dec42. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), 
						Tuskegee Field, AL. Wrecked landing at Tuskegee Field 6Jun44
					16620 (MSN 78-6998) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 28May43. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crash landed with fuel 
						exhaustion ten miles northwest of Napier Field 24Feb45. Registered as NC1410; N1410; 
						cancelled. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16621 (MSN 78-6999) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Ground looped 
						taking off from Napier Field 19May42. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Force landed after fuel exhaustion in bad weather three miles west of 
						Ariton, AL 6Jun45. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1950 as 0338. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Combate de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; 
						code 3-C-12. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base 
						Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-12; later as 3-A-11. Parts probably incorporated 
						into rebuild of AT-16, 42-12318, MSN 14-565
					16622 (MSN 78-7000) Received by USAAF 3Mar42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL 6Mar42. Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. No 5 British Flying Training 
						School, Riddle Field, Clewiston, FL 21Jan43. Operated by Riddle-McKay Aero College. 
						During a solo cross country training flight, the pilot lost control flying in a turbulent storm 
						and crashed at Kinnansville, six miles north of Clewiston, FL 24Apr43 (1KIS). Condemned 27Jul43
					16623 (MSN 78-7001) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 16Sep42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. 
						Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-17018 and the pilot bailed out at Napier Field 10Dec42
					16624 (MSN 78-7002) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Napier Field 6Nov42. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Marianna 
						Field, FL 16Mar43. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal 
						Airport, AL 5Aug43. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. 
						Force landed after engine failure seven miles southwest of Covington, GA 11Sep45
					16625 (MSN 78-7003) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-48826 when taxying at Napier Field 30Mar44. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL.
						Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-17016 and the pilot bailed out five miles 
						south of Gordon, Dothan, AL 29Aug44 (1KIS). 
					16626 (MSN 78-7004) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16125 landing at Napier Field 23Mar42. 2004th Base Unit 
						(Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Crash landed two miles west of 
						Lincoln 2May45
					16627 (MSN 78-7005)910th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16713 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Valparaiso, FL 17Dec42. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48874 one 
						mile southwest of Valparaiso FL 3May45. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 
						22Jun45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel 
						Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1506. Escola de Aeronáutica,
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Registered 1Mar77 as PT-KVG. Registered to 
						Esquadrilha Oi. Used for skywriting and display shows; operates as #4    
					16628 (MSN 78-7006) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 24Jul42. Accident taking off from Craig Field 1Jan43.  
						To civil registry in 1946 as NC60901, cancelled.
					16629 (MSN 78-7007) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Henderson, AL 13Jun42. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Craig Field 
						12Jul42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-389 four miles north of Craig 
						Field 31Jul42. Damaged when nosed over landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 
						10Sep42. 911th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force 
						landed after engine failure at Craig Field 4Nov42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 9Feb45. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #4, Molette, AL 25Feb45. Damaged taxying at 
						Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 12Jun45.
					16630 (MSN 78-7008) 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery 
						School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Apalachicola 
						Field 4May43. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Apalachicola Field 7Jun43 (2KIS).
					16631 (MSN 78-7009) 57th Air Base Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 4Apr42. Crashed and destroyed after a fatal mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-207 during take-off at Craig Field 9May42
					16632 (MSN 78-7010) 910th School Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 26Oct42 and 1Feb43. 90th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 20May43. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 13Jun43. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Craig Field 31Jul43. 2116th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 6Oct44. Damaged after 
						mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Field Gunnery Range #9, Valparaiso, FL 13Dec44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing one mile south of Valparaiso, FL 8Jun45
					16633 (MSN 78-7011) 911th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 
						20Dec42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 2Feb43. 98th Fighter Squadron, 
						337th Fighter Group, Sarasota Field, FL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Locust Point, OH 
						10May43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged after engine failure taking off from Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 11May44. Damaged 
						landing at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 4Dec44. Crash landed at Ajo Field, AZ 
						28Apr45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. To  Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
						Brasileira 27May47 as 1414. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 19Mar74. Donated to P
						araguayan Air Force / Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1975 as 0139. Grupo Entrenamiento 
						Táctico (GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1986. F
						uerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. Purchased at auction, Asunción, Paraguay 9Feb91
					16634 (MSN 78-7012) 57th Air Base Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig 
						Field 25Mar42. 348th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Tyndall Field 9Dec42. 
						2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16125 at Lincoln Field, NB 15May45. Registered 1946 as NC59644; cancelled
					16635 (MSN 78-7013) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 2Apr42. 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell 
						Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 
						19May42. 446th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged while parked in 
						collision by AT-6A 41-427 taxying at Tyndall Field 13Oct42. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure at Napier Field 22Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC56369; cancelled
					16636 (MSN 78-7014) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 19Apr42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Athens 
						Municipal Airport, GA 19Jan43. 425th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Columbus 
						Field, MS. Damaged landing at Columbus Auxiliary Field #1, MS 29May43. Headquarters 
						Squadron, 28th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Columbus Field, MS. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Columbus Field 10Oct43. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision three miles southeast 
						of Waverly, AL 17May45. Force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile south of Centerville, AL 
						9Oct45. Registered 1946 as NC65799; N65799. Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL 1946. 
						United Nations Engineering and Export Corporation, Washington, DC. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 8Jan53].  To Royal Iraqi Air Force 8Jan53. 
					16637 (MSN 78-7015) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						while parked in collision by BC-1A 40-732 taxying at Maxwell Field 25Apr42. 691st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Force landed when lost at Marianna 24Nov42. 
					16638 (MSN 78-7016)
					16639 (MSN 78-7017)2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Accident Florida 7Dec44. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 29Jan45.    
					16640 (MSN 78-7018) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when 
						nosed over taking off from Turner Field 17Sep42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Turner Auxiliary Field #1, Leesburg, GA 13Oct42. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged landing at Lincoln Field 10Oct45. Registered 1946 as NC65527; 
						cancelled. Registered as N7991C. Crashed and destroyed when collided with the ground 
						during unwarranted low flying and aerobatics at O’Brien Airpark, Waxahachie, TX 18Jul66 
						[pilot killed]. Registered 1Oct84 as N7991C as a North American-Victoria AT-6A. Reregistered 
						11Feb18 as a North American AT-6A; current [Jun20
					16641 (MSN 78-7019) to civil registry 1946 as NC66425, cancelled.  To N5228N, cancelled
					16642 (MSN 78-7020) 
					16643 (MSN 78-7021) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Spence Field 5Jun42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Napier Field 
						30Jul43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 18Mar45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC65568; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.4Oct48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO].  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-11/91
					16644 (MSN 78-7022) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Accident at Spence Field 21May43. 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Spence Field 14Oct43.
					16645 (MSN 78-7023) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged when nosed over landing at Brunswick Municipal Airport, GA 3Apr42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32389 on the ground at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 18Jan45. Mid-air collision when low flying near Eutaw, AL 8Oct45
					16646 (MSN 78-7024) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, GA 1Jul42. 349th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 30Sep43. Damaged in a collision 
						with Beech AT-11 Kansan 42-3069 taxying at Tyndall Field 25Oct43. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16871 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 23Jul45
					16647 (MSN 78-7025) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing 
						at Marianna Field 1Nov42. 
					16648 (MSN 78-7026)Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged 
						landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 19Jan43. 608th Single Engine Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Field 3May43  
					16649 (MSN 78-7027) to civil registry 1946 as NC68341. Cancelled
					16650 (MSN 78-7028) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Valparaiso, FL 8Sep42. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 1Jun45. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 2Jun45. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Spence Field 16Jun45. Force landed after mechanical failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Valparaiso, FL 11Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC70091; cancelled
					16651 (MSN 78-7029) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Spence Field 21Apr42. Damaged taxying at Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 25Oct42. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 11May45. Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 6Jun45
					16652 (MSN 78-7030) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 19Mar42. Substantially damaged when nosed 
						over landing at Alma CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 10Aug42
					16653 (MSN 78-7031) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 5May42. 915th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Apalachicola Field 22Apr43. Crash landed at Apalachicola Field 28Jun43 
					16654/16692 (MSN 78-7032/7070) order cancelled and and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01889/01927
					16693 (MSN 78-7071) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 7Jun42
					16694 (MSN 78-7072) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash 
						into the ground 2.5 miles north of Moultrie 21Apr42 (1KIS).
					16695 (MSN 78-7073) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Spence Field 30Mar42. 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, 
						Albany, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-219 at Turner Field 21Jul42. 
						Fatal crash into the ground three miles south of Warwick, GA 4Aug42 (1KIS).
					16696 (MSN 78-7074) Registered as NC63994; N63994. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 11Apr52]. Government of Israel Supply Mission 
						11Apr52. Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1173. Israeli Defense Force Air Force Museum, 
						Hatzerim AB, Beer Sheva 2005/12; stored derelict. Registered Jan15 as 4X-AAH.
					16697 (MSN 78-7075)382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 13Feb44. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 21Dec44. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 42-84213 
						when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 15Jun45. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision after take-off eighteen miles southwest of Valparaiso, FL 1Mar45. American 
						Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
						17Dec47 as 1499. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.  
					16698 (MSN 78-7076) Royal Netherlands Military Flying-School, Jackson, MS 27Jun42-
						6Jul43. Registered 15Jan46 as NC52794, later as N52794; cancelled 23Mar53. Damaged 
						taxying at Miami Airport, FL 14Jan50. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to
						Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
						inspection and assembly.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 
						as Sk 16B, serial 16207. F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 1Oct51. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, 
						Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1957. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York.
						To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0436. 
					16699 (MSN 78-7077) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident at Terrell 7Sep45. American Republics 
						Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 20Oct47 as 1474. 
						Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. Crashed landing at Santos Dumont airport, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 
						28Oct57 (2KIS).
					16700 (MSN 78-7078) Registered as N1748B. United Nations Engineering and Export 
						Corporation, Washington, DC. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 26Nov51]. 
						To Royal Iraqi Air Force c.26Nov51
					16701 (MSN 78-7079) 695th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6B 
						41-17176 landing at Marianna Field 10Nov42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Marianna Field 15Nov42. Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 
						as 708; reserialled 1951 as 1609. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1609. Modified to T-6G standard 
						by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Modified for counter 
						insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, 
						Angola. Crashed during an instrument training flight at Sanzala Cavenda, northeast of Negage 
						3Sep73 (2KIS)
					16702 (MSN 78-7080)348th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Force landed 
						after becoming lost and nosed over on Highway 15, ten miles south of Tennille, GA 1Nov42. 
						348th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tyndall Field 13Apr43 
					16703 (MSN 78-7081) 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal 
						Airport, AL 16Sep43. Registered 1946 as NC62765. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1947. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.10Jan48. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas 
					16704 (MSN 78-7082) 696th School Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 19Oct42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 1Nov42. 700th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 25th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Blytheville Field, AR. 
						Fatal crash into the Mississippi River twelve miles ENE of Hayti, MO 28Feb43 (1KIS)
					16705 (MSN 78-7083)445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Spence Field 15May42. 695th School Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged taxying at Marianna Field 22Oct42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 25Oct42 
					16706 (MSN 78-7084) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 4Jun44. Midwest Air Depot, 
						Oklahoma City Field, OK. Damaged when ground looped landing at Wright Field, 
						Dayton, OH 3Jul45. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D 
						standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval Aug48 as 0329. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Combate de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, 
						Verónica; code 3-C-2. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-3 [1949]. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3; code 3-G-21. SOC 1967.
					Conflict:
						0329 also quoted as MSN 78-6134 (41-15856)
					16707 (MSN 78-7085) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when the pilot lost control landing at Napier Field 31Mar42. 54th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when nosed over 
						when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 30Dec42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 20Oct43. Registered 1946 as NC63199; cancelled.
					16708 (MSN 78-7086) Registered 1946 as NC61091; N61091. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.. To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-39/93
					16709 (MSN 78-7087)612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged in an accident on the ground at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3 14Jul44. 2116th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with parked AT-6A 41-17320 when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Valparaiso, FL 1May45  
					16710 (MSN 78-7088) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 20Jan43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, 
						Headland, AL 14Mar43. 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with parked 
						AT-6C 42-48796 at Marianna Field 4Aug43. Registered 15Jan46 as NC52800. 
						Accident 16Jul47. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 10Apr50. Registration cancelled 13Apr50 as 
						dismantled. Registration restored 17Dec51 as N52800. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ 1951. 
						Rebuilt to AT-6B standard for export Aug52. Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. Registration 
						cancelled 29Oct52 [Export C of A issued 20Oct52]. Government of México. 
						To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as EAN-818. 
					16711 (MSN 78-7089) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed 
						after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out at Blakely, GA 1Apr42
					16712 (MSN 78-7090) 911th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged at Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, Valparaiso, FL 18Dec42. 92nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 24Jun43. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 29Sep43. 
						Damaged taxying when the pilot of Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 42-105377 lost control 
						landing at Craig Field 13Dec43
					16713 (MSN 78-7091)911th School Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed after 
						the pilot lost control at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 16Oct42. 911th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in accident with 
						AT-6A 41-16627 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, Valparaiso, FL 17Dec42. 2138th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16723 on the ground at Craig Field 17May44. Damaged in a 
						collision ten miles south of Myrtlewood, AL 12Dec44   
					16714 (MSN 78-7092) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 24Feb43. 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 25Apr44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						and nosed over at Craig Field 17Jun44. Damaged in a collision nine miles southeast of 
						Uniontown, AL 12Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC62314; N62314. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central 
						Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
						Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16215. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 7Feb52. 
						Crashed on take-off in a strong cross wind from Barkarby 13Mar52. SOC 17May52
					16715 (MSN 78-7093) 
					16716 (MSN 78-7094) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Spence Field 13Nov43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal 
						Airport, GA 12May45. Registered 1946 as NC69367; N69367. South African Air Force; 
						stored, no active service. Modified to T-6D standard.  To Paraguayan Air Force / Aviación 
						Militar Paraguaya 1979 as 0106. Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea 
						de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1988. Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. 
						Purchased at auction, Asunción, Paraguay 9Feb91. World Wide Aeronautical Industries, CA. 
						Shipped to USA, arrived dismantled, Santa Paula, CA Sep91. Registered Nov92 as N6069H; 
						cancelled 10Jun94 on export to Australia. Registered 4Aug94 as VH-WWA; current [May18]. 
					16717 (MSN 78-7095) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-565 taxying at Craig Field 
						12Jun42. Registered 1946 as NC67374; N67374; cancelled. South African Air Force; 
						stored, no active service. Modified to T-6D standard.  To Paraguayan Air Force / Aviación 
						Militar Paraguaya 1979 as 0103(3). Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea 
						de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1987. Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. 
						Purchased at auction, Asunción, Paraguay 9Feb91. World Wide Aeronautical Industries, CA. 
						Shipped to USA, arrived dismantled, Santa Paula, CA Sep91. Registered as N61167; 
						cancelled on export to Australia 10Jun94. Registered 1May96 as VH-MWT; current [May18]. 
					16718 (MSN 78-7096) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 23Apr42. 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Maxwell Field 15Jun42. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-4114 fourteen miles 
						northeast of Spence Field 13Jul43 (1KIS). 
					16719 (MSN 78-7097)82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged taxying at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 18Apr42 
					16720 (MSN 78-7098) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Maxwell Field, AL 15Oct42   
					16721 (MSN 78-7099) collision with AT-6A 41-15853 taxying at Laredo Field 19Aug43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Spence Field 7Nov44. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 
						19Dec44. Damaged landing at Spence Field 4Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC14687; N14687; 
						cancelled 20Mar53. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16247. 
						F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 6Oct52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					16722 (MSN 78-7100) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Force landed after mechanical failure eleven miles northwest of Kelly Field 30Sep42. 2516th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 
						42-44651 taxying at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 15Sep44. Squadron C-2, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 6Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC56321; N56321; 
						cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1Apr49. Probably used in 
						T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16723 (MSN 78-7101) 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged by a bird strike seven miles north 
						of Beatrice, AL 8Jun43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16713 on the ground at Craig Field 17May44.
					16724 (MSN 78-7102) 1041st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Brooks Field 10Nov42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						77th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Crashed 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48792 and the pilot bailed out three miles 
						southwest of Sabinal, TX 11Aug43 
					16725 (MSN 78-7103) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-330 taxying at Brooks Field 17Jun42. 
						65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 8Dec42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing 29Jan43. 2123rd Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Splash Range, TX 2May44. 2138th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially 
						damaged taking off in bad weather from Craig Field 20Dec4
					16726 (MSN 78-7104)War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 23Oct47 as PH-UDF. Crash 
						landed 17Aug48 at Eindhoven when the student pilot forgot to lower the landing gear 
						and ignored the warning horn. Damaged when the aircraft departed the runway at 
						Gilze-Rijen 23Dec48. Cancelled 30Aug60 as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo 
						International BV at Deurne, Belgium  
					16727 (MSN 78-7105)Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 68th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Ellington Field 22Aug43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Harlingen 
						Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 2Feb44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision twenty miles 
						west of Florala, AL 28Aug45 
					16728 (MSN 78-7106) 77th Observation Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 			
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Kelly Field 
						30Jun43. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Aloe Field 14Aug44. Squadron C, 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 
						1Jun45. Purchased surplus 19Apr46. Registered 1946 as NC56181. To México 1946. 
						Registered 1963 as N56181. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Taft, CA 26Jan64. Registered 29Jun66 as N56181 as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; 
						cancelled 26Jun70. Substantially damaged when landed with gear retracted at Chino, CA 
						23Aug66. Caught fire in flight after the pilot wrapped a rag around a leaking fuel line. 
						The aircraft crashed and destroyed after it hit a bull during the subsequent forced 
						landing at Laguna Beach, CA 26Mar67. 
					16729 (MSN 78-7107) MSN 78-7107	310th Fighter Squadron, 58th Fighter Group, 
						Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Philadelphia Municipal Airport 21Feb43. 319th Service Squadron, 301st Service Group, 
						Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA. Fatal crash into the ground at Barnsboro, NJ 5May43 (2KIS)
					16730 (MSN 78-7108) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 21Jan43. 483rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 8Feb44. 2538th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Crashed 
						and destroyed landing at Aloe Field 1Sep44
					16731 (MSN 78-7109) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-778 
						when taxying during maintenance at Laredo Field 15Jun43. Registered 24Apr48 as 
						NC5683N; N5683N; cancelled 27Apr53. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50.
						To  Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and 
						assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, 
						serial 16298. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 1Oct53. SOC 15Oct57. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					16732 (MSN 78-7110) Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1949 
						as 723; reserialled 1951 as 1622. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon.  To Portuguese Air 
						Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1622. Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas 
						Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Crashed and exploded 
						in the village of the pilot's parents at Estreito, Oleiros, Portugal 17Aug59 (1KIS). 
					16733 (MSN 78-7111) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Lafayette Municipal Airport, LA 11Jun42. Damaged when nosed 
						over landing on the beach at Matagorda Peninsula, TX 26Jul42. 477th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 20Jul43
					16734 (MSN 78-7112) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Lake Charles Field 9Jun42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged after engine and mechanical 
						failure at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 2Oct44. Registered 1946 as
						NC79575; N79575. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 29Jul52]. Government of Israel Supply Mission 29Jul52.
						To Israeli Defense Force Air Force
					16735 (MSN 78-7113) Charles 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Lake Field 5Sep42. 483rd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Substantially 
						damaged when nosed over landing at Harry P. Williams Airport, Patterson, LA 12Dec42. 
						483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out 
						six miles south of Aloe Field 24Aug43.
					16736 (MSN 78-7114) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Fatal crash 
						into the ground two miles east of Highlands, TX 20Jul42 (1KIS).
					16737 (MSN 78-7115) 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged caused by structural failure ten miles east of Indian Springs 
						Field 1Dec44. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 10Jan45. Registered 1946 as NC62223; N62223. 
						Aviation Supply Co., Dallas, TX. Aéreo Club Boliviano, La Paz, Bolivia 5Dec49. Registered as CB-55.
						 Direccion Aeronautica Civil, La Paz.  To Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
					16738 (MSN 78-7116) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when 
						nosed over taxying on the parking ramp at Lake Charles Field 4Aug42 
					16739 (MSN 78-7117)  
					16740 (MSN 78-7118) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Substantially 
						damaged taking off from Lake Charles Field 19Jun42.
					16741 (MSN 78-7119)
					16742 (MSN 78-7120) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 19Jul42. Force landed after engine 
						failure one mile SSW of Lake Charles 11Sep42   
					16743 (MSN 78-7121) Squadron C, 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 27Feb45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC63770; NX63770; cancelled. Marion Flying Service Inc, 
						Marion, IN. Raced in National Air Races at Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #75; 
						pilot Ruth Johnson. Modified with single-seat cockpit and geared three-bladed propeller
					16744 (MSN 78-7122) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Force landed 
						after engine failure eleven miles north of Lake Charles 5Sep42
					16745 (MSN 78-7123) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 4Jun42   
					16746 (MSN 78-7124) 2536th Base Unit (Navigation School), San Marcos Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 7Dec44. Squadron C-2, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Aloe Field 24Jan45. Registered 1946 as NC62878; cancelled.
					16747 (MSN 78-7125) Registered 1946 as NC61328; N61328. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO 1946. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-68/93
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-67/93
					16748 (MSN 78-7126) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake Charles 
						Field, LA. Damaged landing at Lake Charles Field 12Dec42. Lend-Lease to Royal 
						Air Force. No 3 British Flying Training School, Miami Municipal Airport, OK; 
						operated by Spartan School of Aeronautics. Crash landed twelve miles 
						west of Stinnett, TX 18Sep45. Registered 1946 as NC63741; cancelled
					16749 (MSN 78-7127) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. 
						Damaged landing at Beaumont Municipal Airport, TX 23Jun42. 484th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group,
						Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Lake Charles Field 12Nov42. 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Wrecked in a collision involving 
						AT-6C 41-32364, 41-32905 and 41-32906 during take-off from runway 35 at
						 Aloe Field 10Feb43
					16750 (MSN 78-7128) 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-243 
						during take-off from Indian Springs Field, NV 14Jul43. 3026th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Merced Field 11Jan45
					16751 (MSN 78-7129) 1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 
						14Jun43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ.
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-268 when taxying at Yucca Field, 
						AZ 23Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 28Feb44. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 16Mar45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Perrin Field 17Apr45. Registered 1946 
						as NC66745; N66745. Named ‘Big Bird’. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. 
						Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16752 (MSN 78-7130) Air Corps Ferrying Command, Hensley Field, Grand 
						Prairie, Dallas, TX. Damaged landing at Midland Field, TX 15Apr42. 47th 
						Service Squadron, 35th Service Group, Townsville, QLD, Australia. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57322; cancelled
					16753 (MSN 78-7131) 
. 					16754 (MSN 78-7132) 
					16755 (MSN 78-7133) 66th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 
						3May43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 24Jul44. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Perrin Field 16Jul45. Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 
						as 704; reserialled 1951 as 1605. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. To Portuguese Air 
						Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1605. Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas 
						Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Modified for counter 
						insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo Base No 3, 
						Negage, Angola. Aeródromo Base No 4, Henrique de Carvalho, Angola
					16756 (MSN 78-7134)337th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged by fire in an accident at Mather Field 1Dec42. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6A 41-15911 while taking off from Victorville Field, CA 3Jan43. Squadron C, 
						3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Ajo Field, AZ 27Nov44. Damaged while parked 
						in an accident by AT-6C 41-32263 taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 1Aug45  
					16757 (MSN 78-7135) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16760 taxying at 
						Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 4Nov43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Williams Field 23May44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16196 six miles northwest of Selma 30Jan45.
					16758 (MSN 78-7136) 377th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged landing at Chandler 
						Municipal Airport, Fresno, CA 9Dec42. 327th Fighter Squadron, 328th Fighter Group, 
						Mills Field, San Francisco, CA. Damaged landing at Mills Field 21Sep43. 3033rd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident by AT-17B 42-38981 taxying at Stockton Field 16Sep44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC90630; N90630. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
						7Apr49. Registered 5May49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 28Jul50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16759 (MSN 78-7137)335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field,
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 12Feb43. 
						335th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Auxiliary Field, Franklin, CA 6Mar43  
					16760 (MSN 78-7138) 375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton 
						Field, CA. Force landed after engine failure four miles southwest of Stockton Field 
						30Jul42. 538th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 30Apr43. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6A 41-16757 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 4Nov43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC62874; cancelled. Sold to Costa Rica; flown Long Beach, CA 
						to San Jose, Costa Rica by Aug48. Guardia Civil Costa Rica. Registered as TI-GCR-10. 
						Reported derelict by Jun50. For sale to US citizen living in Costa Rica but sale not 
						completed Jun50. Sold to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA Jun53 in 
						exchange for a Cessna 170B. May have been sold to Guatemala.
					16761 (MSN 78-7139) 70th Air Base Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 8May42
					16762 (MSN 78-7140) 70th Air Base Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 18Jul42. 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when
						ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 25Jan45. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Field 29May45. Registered 1946 as NC63050; N63050; cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 19Mar52]. The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1952. Volitan 
						Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. To South African 
						Air Force Mar52 as 7643. Transferred to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered
						as a cultural treasure with the National Heritage Council. Registered 8Feb95 as ZU-AOX; 
						current [Aug17]. Pilot neglected to lower the landing gear and crash landed on a grass 
						strip at Fouriesburg, Sandstone Estate, Free State, South Africa 8Apr06; repaired. 
						Took part in South African Presidential Inauguration flypast, Pretoria, 25May2019
					16763 (MSN 78-7141) Flexible Gunnery School, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged taxying at Victorville Field, CA 14Jan43. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Accident 7Jul44. Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rillito, AZ 25Jan45  
					16764 (MSN 78-7142) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 15Mar44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC63219; cancelled. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1949. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					16765 (MSN 78-7143) 3006th Base Unit (HQ, 82nd Flying Training Wing), McCarran 
						Field, Las Vegas, NV. Wrecked while parked in an accident by Boeing B-17G Fortress 42-31195 
						taxying at Las Vegas Field 24Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC57456. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 23Sep48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
						Corporation [TEMCO.  To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-4/91
					16766 (MSN 78-7144) 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 5Jun43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Field 26Mar45) 
					16767 (MSN 78-7145) 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 18Feb45  
					16768 (MSN 78-7146) 352nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged while parked in an accident with Martin B-10BM 35-235 
						taxying at Las Vegas Field 18Nov42. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 31Jan43. 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when nosed 
						over taxying at Marana Auxiliary Field #4, Avra, AZ 18Apr45. 211th Base Unit, 
						Sioux Falls AAB, Sioux Falls, SD. Ground looped at Offutt Field, NB 8Oct45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57307; cancelled. 
					16769 (MSN 78-7147) 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged caused by structural failure at Las Vegas 
						Field 6Oct43. Registered 1946 as NC57495; N57495; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Feb13
					16770 (MSN 78-7148)War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 12Aug47 as PH-UBZ. 
						Damaged 20Sep49 landing at Eindhoven when the aircraft hit and killed a cow 
						on the runway; ferried back to Gilze-Rijen for repairs. Crashed at Veghel, Netherlands 
						11Nov49. Two student pilots flew to Eindhoven for practice flights. On the return 
						flight to Gilze-Rijen, the students ‘attacked’ two ships in the South Willemsvaart. 
						Failing to pull out of the dive, the rear seat student attempted to prevent a crash but 
						was too low, the aircraft hit the ground and was destroyed, killing one student. Cancelled 19Nov49 
					16771 (MSN 78-7149)
					16772 (MSN 78-7150) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Wrecked landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 17May44
					16773 (MSN 78-7151) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged by fire on the parking ramp at Eagle 
						Pass Field 19Oct43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6D 41-34661 taxying at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Rosita North, TX 1Sep44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 
						5Oct44. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita 
						North, TX 11Oct44
					16774 (MSN 78-7152) 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged taxying 
						at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 30Oct42. 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying 
						Training Command, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in accident with parked 
						Beech AT-10BH Wichita 41-1723 while taxying at Ellington Field 24Jan43. 65th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Brooks Field 9Jul43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash seven miles south of Tifton, GA 14Dec44 (1KIS).
					16775 (MSN 78-7153) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16523 twelve miles southeast 
						of Kelly Field 20Jul42. Wrecked landing at the lower end of Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX 15Sep42
					16776 (MSN 78-7154) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 14Aug42. 65th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-443 
						taxying at Brooks Field 19Nov42. War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 17Sep46 as PH-UBH. 
						Accident at Eelde, Netherlands 29Oct46 during formation flying training when the propeller 
						of this aircraft damaged the rudder of AT-6A PH-UBL [41-758] while approaching to land. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed at Gilze-Rijen 28Feb47. Accident at Texel, 
						Netherlands 2Dec58. After a flight from Eelde to Texel, the instructor stepped out and 
						instructed the pupil to do some landing exercises and then make an exercise navigation 
						flight. Instead of the navigation exercise the student performed some unauthorised flying. 
						He flew very low over the Waddenzee and flew, again very low, across the North Sea 
						parallel to the coast of the island. Suddenly the student heard a bang and noticed that the 
						engine had lost power; he decided to ditch on the water. The plane remained intact and 
						for a short time remained floating and the pilot evacuated. Shortly after the aircraft sank. 
						Cancelled 7Jan59. Aircraft recovered 17Jul63 and scrapped
					16777 (MSN 78-7155) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-4182 taxying at 
						Randolph Field 5Sep44. Registered 1946 as NC62316; N62316.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza 
						Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 294. Grupo de Aviación No 10, Base Aérea Los Cerrillos, Santiago. 
						Grupo de Aviación No 1, Base Aérea Los Cóndores, Iquique. WFU 1970. Parts used by
						Grupo Nº1 to rebuild T-6G #266 [51-15134]. What was left of #266 was in better 
						condition than #294 which was still in the inventory of the FACh. After inspection, it 
						was found that everything was well done and the airworthiness of the plane was 
						authorized. Curiously, the T-6G was flying better than new. However, there was an 
						administrative problem: what number to give the planeNo The logical thing would have 
						been to call it #266, but it would have been difficult to explain, especially since 
						Grupo Nº1 did not have authorization to perform depot maintenance. In view of this, 
						the T-6G was registered as 294
					16778 (MSN 78-7156) Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
						at Randolph Field 28Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC61400; N61400.  To Chile Air 
						Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 294.
					16779/16820 (MSN 78-7157/7198) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01928/01969
					16821 (MSN 78-7199) 
					16822 (MSN 78-7200) 
					16823 (MSN 78-7201) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged taxying at Spence Field 13Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC60564; cancelled. 
					16824 (MSN 78-7202) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 15Feb44. Registered 1946 
						as NC63565; N63565; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.13Apr49. Exported
					16825 (MSN 78-7203) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Moore Field 6Jun42. Registered 1946 
						as NC62704; cancelled
					16826 (MSN 78-7204)
					16827 (MSN 78-7205) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Moore Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Mission, TX 3Sep42. Damaged landing at Moore Field 31Oct42. 1023rd 
						Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Laredo Field 16Jun43. Damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at Laredo Field 17Jul43. 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Chanute Field 30Apr45. Damaged landing 
						at Chanute Field 13Jun 45. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-275 one 
						mile northwest of Rantoul, IL 2Aug45
					16828 (MSN 78-7206) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in an accident at 
						Moore Field 30Oct42. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, 
						Atwater, CA. Damaged when landing in an accident with AT-6A 41-580 at Gila 
						Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 16Feb45.
					16829 (MSN 78-7207) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single 
						Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion ten miles 
						southwest of Moore Field 14Sep42. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged 
						when force landed after engine failure at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita 
						North, TX 17Jan44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 12Oct45. Registered 1946
						as NC60250; cancelled
					16830 (MSN 78-7208) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single 
						Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
						Moore Field 16Jul42. 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash into the 
						ground eight miles east of Guerra, TX 27Feb43 (1KIS)
					16831 (MSN 78-7209)505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine),
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16520 landing at 
						Moore Field 26Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 17Oct42  
					16832 (MSN 78-7210) Navigation School, Hondo Field, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Hondo Field 15Mar43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Laredo Field 23Jun43. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged when ground looped at Shaw Field 16Jan45. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged 
						taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field #4, Burton, Ambrose, TX 27Mar45. North American 
						Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard.  To Argentine Navy / Comando 
						de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0347. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra 
						Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-19, later as 3-A-4. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 1; 
						code 1-G-25. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía 
						Blanca; code EAN-215. To  Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana May69 as 345(1). 
					16833 (MSN 78-7211) Registration N96225 assigned 4Oct76 as a North American-
						Victoria AT-6A; not taken up, cancelled 31Mar11
					16834 (MSN 78-7212)  
					16835 (MSN 78-7213) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by fire at Foster Field 5Apr44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when
						ground looped landing at Foster Field 19Jul44. Registered 25Feb46 as NC90634 to 
						Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA; cancelled 17Nov47 on export to the Philippines. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.6Nov47. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					16836 (MSN 78-7214) 482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 14Jul42 and 16Oct42  
					16837 (MSN 78-7215) Advanced Flying School, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 14Jan43. 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 2538th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 29Aug44
					16838 (MSN 78-7216) 464th School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged 
						landing at Turner Field, Albany, GA 30May42. Registered 13Feb46 as NC51493; N51493; 
						cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Oct49. Salvaged
					16839 (MSN 78-7217) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Ground looped landing at Napier Field 13Feb45. Damaged 
						in mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32140 twelve miles south of Valparaiso, FL 18Jul45.
						Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Woodward Field, Camden, SC. To have been 
						acquired by Honduran Government Nov45 for use by Fuerza Aérea Hondureña but 
						export license denied by US State Department. Extant at Camden 28May46
					16840 (MSN 78-7218) 464th School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Moody Auxiliary Field #2, Lake Park, Valdosta, GA 20Oct42. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing 
						at Spence Field 1Jun45. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, 
						GA 7Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC58267. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
						Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
						Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16279. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 27May53. SOC 
						12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Conflict:
						Registered 1Oct53 as N58267 to Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; cancelled 30Mar54
					16841 (MSN 78-7219)464th School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged in a 
						collision with Beech AT-10B Wichita 41-9333 landing at Moody Field 2Sep42. 
						83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in an accident 
						with AT-6A 41-15981 taxying at Maxwell Field 12Oct42  
					16842 (MSN 78-7220) 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-15939 at Truax Field 22May45. Damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA 23Jul45. Registered as 
						NC1749B; N1749B. Aircraft Parts & Supply Co., New Orleans, LA. Dal-Air, Love Field, 
						Dallas TX 1951. Bolivian Government Nov51. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX Jan52. 
						Ferried USA to Bolivia by FAB pilot departing Jan52. Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea 
						Boliviana c.19Feb52 as T-314
					16843 (MSN 78-7221) 
					16844 (MSN 78-7222) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig 
						Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed with mechanical failure six miles north of Green, SC 2Jul45. 
						Registered as NC9291H; N9291H. Registered 8Jan52 to Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled 23Apr52 on export to Israel [Export C of A issued 9Apr52]. 
						Government of Israel Supply Mission 9Apr52.  To Israeli Defense Force Air Force. 
					16845 (MSN 78-7223) Registered 19Feb48 as NC1387M; N1387M. Cobell Industries, Inc., 
						Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950. Registration cancelled 8Feb50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16846 (MSN 78-7224)
					16847 (MSN 78-7225)42nd Air Base Squadron, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Force 
						landed after becoming lost three miles west of Calvary, GA 19Nov42. 306th Fighter 
						Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged in 
						collision with Cessna AT-8 Bobcat 41-18 taxying at Dale Mabry Field 1Feb43. Damaged 
						in collision with parked Republic P-47C Thunderbolt 41-6117 at Dale Mabry 20Aug43. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Dale Mabry Field 24Aug43. 2142nd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged landing in bad weather 
						at Shaw Auxiliary Field #3, Monaghan, SC 4Jan45. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field 2Jul45   
					16848 (MSN 78-7226) 609th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Valparaiso, FL. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out 
						three miles west of Poseyville, IN 3Mar44
					16849 (MSN 78-7227) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16042 at 
						Maxwell Field 3Nov42 
					16850 (MSN 78-7228) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 30Apr45. Registered as NC69718; N69718. 
						To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Aug50 as EAN-797. Escuela Superior de Guerra, 
						Base Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Jalisco. Registered Jan89 as N7055D, 
						sale reported 3Nov97. Reregistered 7Jul04 as N7055D as a North American-Victoria AT-6A. 
						Reregistered as a North American AT-6A; cancelled 13Dec16. The aircraft impacted 
						the Columbia River near Astoria, Oregon 23Mar16. The pilot and passenger sustained 
						fatal injuries, and the airplane was destroyed. The flight departed Pearson Field Airport, 
						Vancouver, Washington. The passenger was seated in the aft cockpit, and the flight 
						was intended to be for the dispersal of her deceased husband's ashes. According to 
						representatives of the passenger's family, the plan was to disperse the ashes along the 
						Pacific coast near a beach house the passenger owned in Ocean Shores, Washington, 
						and, if the weather along the coast was bad, they were going to drop the ashes over 
						the Columbia River instead. The beach house was about 115 miles northwest of Pearson 
						Field and about 45 miles north of the entrance to the Columbia River channel. A witness, 
						who was the captain of a cargo ship moored at an anchorage in the river channel about one 
						mile northeast of Astoria, was on the ship's bridge at the time of the accident. He observed 
						the airplane flying about 300 ft above sea level, approaching the ship from the starboard 
						quarter traveling on a north-northeast track. He walked outside to watch as it flew directly 
						overhead and across the ship's port beam. It continued on the same track away from the 
						ship, and, a short time later, he saw the left wing dip as the airplane began a left turn. 
						A few seconds later the wings were almost vertical, and the airplane then rapidly 
						transitioned into an aggressive steep vertical dive. The airplane hit the water in a 
						nose-down attitude, and the captain saw a red tail section bob back into view and 
						then sink. The airplane was flying level over the water surface leading up to the turn, 
						and the captain could hear the engine operating throughout the flight. Witnesses 
						guided search and rescue personnel from the Coast Guard and Clatsop County Sheriff's 
						Department to the approximate accident location. No wreckage was observed floating 
						in the water, and weather, fast water currents, and low water visibility hampered the 
						search efforts. Two days later, divers from the Sheriff's Department located the wreckage 
						in 15 ft of water in a 5-mile-wide section of the channel about 1.5 miles from the southern 
						shore. The location was about two miles northeast of Astoria and eleven miles east of 
						the river mouth to the Pacific Ocean. The underwater debris field was about 150 ft long 
						and 100 ft wide. The wreckage had broken into multiple sections and was recovered by a 
						diving team. The sections included the fuselage, which was still attached to the empennage, 
						the right wing outboard of the main landing gear, the wing center section, and the engine 
						and propeller. Additionally, the fragmented left wing, along with cabin debris and airframe 
						and control surface skins were recovered.
					16851 (MSN 78-7229) To South African AF as 7700; to Paraguay AF as 119 in 1980; wfu; to N3171R; current 2020
					16852 (MSN 78-7230) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Mid-air collision when low flying eight miles west of Louisville, MS 13Oct45
					16853 (MSN 78-7231) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17323 at Maxwell 
						Field 3Nov42. Damaged taxying at Atlanta Field, GA 18Jan43. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crash landed at 
						Monroeville Municipal Airport, AL 16Jan45
					16854 (MSN 78-7232) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 7May42. 99th 
						Fighter Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Tuskegee Field, AL. Fatal crash one mile 
						north of Milstead, AL 8Jun42 (1KIS)
					16855 (MSN 78-7233) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 7May42. 890th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 12May43. American Republics Project to Brazilian 
						Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified 
						to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1497. 
						Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Aéro Agrícola 
						Caiçara Ltda., Vila Nova, Santos, SP. Modified for agricultural operations. Registered 
						1976 as PT-KSZ. Reverted to passenger configuration. Crashed during an air show at 
						Limeira, São Paulo, Brasil 9Oct83. Having already made one performance, the pilot 
						made a second flight, along with a parachutist. The demonstration proceeded normally, 
						but after a hammerhead followed by a diving snap roll, the plane was not high enough 
						to recover, hitting the ground near the airport parking lot. The owner/pilot and passenger 
						were killed
					16856 (MSN 78-7234) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 7May42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field 1Jan43. 890th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Tuskegee Field 14Mar43. 318th Base HQ and Air Base Squadron (Southeast Training 
						Center), Tuskegee Field, AL. Crashed after the pilot bailed out in bad weather five miles 
						east of Mellow Valley, AL 20Sep43
					16857 (MSN 78-7235) 387th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 
						31Dec42. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 23Mar43. Volitan Aircraft 
						Services, Palmdale, CA. Remanufactured to T-6G standard; MSN SA076. South African 
						Air Force 1956 as 7723. Purchased in Chile, shipped to USA 1994. Registered May94 
						as N836G; current [Sep19]
					16858 (MSN 78-7236) 99th Fighter Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Tuskegee 
						Field, AL. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 2Jul42. 890th School Squadron, 
						Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 7Oct42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #2, Shorter Field, AL 
						17Nov42. 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged 
						crash landed at Tuskegee Field, AL 31Aug43. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School,
						Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Accident when crash landed with mechanical 
						failure at Tuskegee Field, AL 7Feb45. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Woodward 
						Field, Camden, SC. To have been acquired by Honduran Government Nov45 for use by 
						Fuerza Aérea Hondureña but export license denied by US State Department. Extant at 
						Camden 28May46 
					16859 (MSN 78-7237)441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force landed 
						after engine failure twelve miles south of Moultrie 23May42. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Spence Field 17Jul42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence 
						Field 10Sep42  
					16860 (MSN 78-7238) 306th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, 
						Tallahassee, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Cross City Field, FL 26Jan43. 
						Damaged landing at Dale Mabry Field 13Apr43. 442nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Moody Field, Valdosta, GA 8Oct43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Moody Auxiliary Field #1, Rocky 
						Ford, Nankin, GA 7Mar45 and 29Mar45
					16861 (MSN 78-7239) Registered 1948 as NC4898N; N4898N. Transocean Air Lines, 
						Oakland, CA.  to civil registry as NC4899N transocean Air Lines, Oakland, CA.  
						To Royal Saudi AF as L-211 Oct 31, 1952
					16862 (MSN 78-7240) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16871 five miles 
						east of Spence Field, GA 10Jan43
					16863 (MSN 78-7241) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 2Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC69979; cancelled
					16864 (MSN 78-7242) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 18Jul42. 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying 
						School, Primary-Advanced), Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident at Terrell 6Aug45.
						American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
						Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1494. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						DestaCamento Precursor de Academia da Força Aérea, Base Aérea de Pirassununga, São Paulo, SP. 
						Departing Pirassununga, the aircraft crashed 10 km from Porto Ferreira, SP 22Apr64 (2INJ).
					16865 (MSN 78-7243) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), Kaufman 
						County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident at Terrell 3Aug45
					16866 (MSN 78-7244) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a 
						towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 26Dec42. Substantially damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-43855 at Spence Field 24Aug43. Accident while 
						parked in collision by an AT-6C taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 12Dec43. 
						Damaged at Eglin Field Range #31 7May44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Valparaiso, FL 7Feb45. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-48865 on the ground at 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 4Sep45
					16867 (MSN 78-7245, 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6B 41-17197 landing at Spence Field 3Sep42. 441st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 
						10Mar43. 75th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 26Apr43. Crash landed at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 6Jul43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying at New Bern Auxiliary Field, GA 10Mar45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC61970. Government of Israel Supply Mission. 
						To Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1165. Ha'aretz Museum, Haifa, Israel. Open storage; 
						derelict 1975/99 as "IDFAF 65". 
					16868 (MSN 78-7246) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5,
						Valparaiso, FL 26Dec44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 23Jan45. 2138th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44567 ten miles northwest of Eglin Auxiliary Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 23Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC67249; cancelled
					16869 (MSN 78-7247) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident fourteen miles northwest of Terrell 16Jul45. 
						Government of Israel Supply Mission. To Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 102. Exhibited 
						at Israeli Defense Force Air Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, Beer Sheva. Stored.  
					16870 (MSN 78-7248) 
					16871 (MSN 78-7249) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 23Jul42. Advanced Flying School 
						(Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16862 five miles east of Spence Field, GA 10Jan43. 443rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure six miles northeast of 
						Spence Field 6Oct43. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 28Feb44. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged by structural 
						failure nineteen miles WSW of Valparaiso, FL 15May45. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16646 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 23Jul45
					16872 (MSN 78-7250) 75th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA.   Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 19Jun43. Damaged when the pilot lost control 
						landing at Spence Field 27Sep43
					16873 (MSN 78-7251) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident ten miles southeast of Spicewood, TX 3Sep45
					16874 (MSN 78-7252) Registered 1946 as NC55993. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 29Mar48. To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
						Himpapawid ng Pilipinas.
					16875 (MSN 78-7253)429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 23Sep43. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC54862 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; cancelled 27Dec48 
						on export to the Philippines. Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47. 
						To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					16876 (MSN 78-7254)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, 
						Headland, AL 23Feb43. 3rd Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Jackson Field, MS 22Oct43. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54834 
						to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; N54834; cancelled 25Mar52. Sold to US Government 
					16877 (MSN 78-7255) 433rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Greenville CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 17Dec42. 
						2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16573 on the ground at Lincoln Field 28Jun45
					16878 (MSN 78-7256) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal 
						Airport, AL 29Mar43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field #5, Gainesville, TX 20May45. 
						Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 23Jun45. Registered 1946 
						as NC61406. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. Registered as N61406. 
						Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX. North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Registration cancelled. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					16879/16885 (MSN 78-7257/7263) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01970/01976
					16886/16923 (MSN 78-7264/7301) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 05435/05472
					16924 (MSN 78-7302) 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17197 fifteen miles east of Craig Field 20Apr43
					16925 (MSN 78-7303) 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged taxying at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 9Mar44  
					16926 (MSN 78-7304) 12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, 
						Wilmington, DE. Damaged landing at New Castle AAB 14Jun42. 715th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Substantially damaged and written off while parked in collision by B-17F, 42-30920 at 
						Buckingham Field 20Dec43. Registered as NC55117 2Feb46; N55117; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Jun50
					16927 (MSN 78-7305)21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision ten miles northwest of Atmore, AL 1May45  
					16928 (MSN 78-7306) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 26Feb42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Field 27Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC64534. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los 
						Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49. To  Royal Pakistan Air Force
					16929 (MSN 78-7307) 304th Fighter Squadron, 337th Fighter Group, Pinellas Field, 
						Saint Petersburg, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Drew Field, Tampa, FL 
						31May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Pinellas Field 24Jun43. Damaged 
						landing at Pinellas Field 12Oct43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four 
						Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 5May44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Randolph Field 8Feb45
					16930 (MSN 78-7308)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged taxying at Napier Field 11Feb43. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crash landed after engine failure at Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 3Apr44. Squadron C-1, 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln 
						Field, NB. Damaged when ground looped at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN 5Aug45  
					16931 (MSN 78-7309)432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Napier Auxiliary Field #5, Hyman Field, Columbia, AL 4Mar43. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 11Apr43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, Headland, AL 28Apr43. 432nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 15Oct43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Norman Park, GA 26Mar45. Registered as NC52057 29Aug46; N52057; 
						cancelled 26Jan49. Government of Pakistan c9Jun49.   To Royal Pakistan Air Force 
					16932 (MSN 78-7310) Advanced Flying School, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident 
						at Napier Field 19Jan43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 24Feb45. Registered 1946 
						as NC62717; N62717; cancelled [Export C of A issued 14Apr52]. James S. Spivey Inc, 
						Washington, DC. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D 
						standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7652. Crashed 26Nov62
					16933 (MSN 78-7311) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 42-85927 on the ground 
						at Napier Field 18Jan45  
					16934 (MSN 78-7312) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16364 landing at Napier Field 29Jun42. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						with structural failure at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 17Aug44. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-32326 on the ground at Napier Field 22Dec44. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, Headland, AL 26Mar45. 
						Registered 14Jan46 as NC52782; N52782; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 19May49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-72/93
					16935 (MSN 78-7313) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Field 22Jul42. 431st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Valparaiso, FL 9Sep43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, 
						Wicksburg, AL 11Jan45. Registered 7Feb46 as NC54837 to St. Louis Flying Service, 
						St. Louis, MO; cancelled 27Dec48 on export to the Philippines. Government of the 
						Republic of the Philippines Nov47.  To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng 
						Pilipinas.
					16936 (MSN 78-7314) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Field 9Sep42. 432nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron. Damaged taxying at Crestview CAA Intermediate Landing Field, FL 
						3Apr43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, 
						Headland, AL 2Sep44. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee 
						Field, AL. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 44-81048 at Tuskegee Field 14Jun45
					16937 (MSN 78-7315) 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Substantially damaged when force landed after becoming lost one mile southeast 
						of Spence Field 29Sep42. Accident fifteen miles south of Wills Point, TX 3Sep4
					16938 (MSN 78-7316) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when nosed over when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 23Oct42 
					16939 (MSN 78-7317) 445th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16495 five miles east of Spence Field, GA 6Nov42. 
						Conflict:
						Squadron C, 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San 
						Angelo, TX. Damaged taxying at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #1, Oates, TX 1Mar45
					16940/16993 (MSN 78-7318/7371) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 05473/05526
					16994 (MSN 78-7372) Accident Alabama 12Dec44. 430th Base Unit (Combat Crew 
						Training Station), Ephrata AAB, WA. Damaged landing at Ephrata AAB 8Aug45. 464th 
						Base Unit, McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. Damaged when ground looped at McChord Field 
						21Nov45. Registered 1946 as NC66739; cancelled. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas 
						Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-23/91. 
					16995 (MSN 78-7373)303rd Fighter Squadron, 337th Fighter Group, Sarasota Field, FL. 
						Damaged taxying at Sarasota Field 26Jan44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged while parked in accident by 
						AT-6A 41-17312 taxying at Luke Field 26May44. Damaged landing at Des Moines 
						Municipal Airport, IA 17Apr45.  
					16996 (MSN 78-7374) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL.  Damaged landing at Craig Field 13Apr45. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 19Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC66446; N66446. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish 
						Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16297. 
						F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 1Oct53. SOC 15Oct57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					16997 (MSN 78-7375) accident on the ground at Romulus Field, MI 4Sep42. 312th 
						Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Perry Field, FL. Damaged in an accident during 
						maintenance at Perry Field 13Sep43. Registered 1946 as NC90629; N90629. Race #31 ‘Lickety Split’. 
						Registration N814MN assigned Dec84; not taken up. Substantially damaged during take-off 
						from Centennial Airport (APA) Englewood, CO 7Aug87 when the aircraft settled back on
						the runway from 20ft in a nose high attitude and bounced. Registered 25Aug87 as N90629 
						as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; current [Sep19]. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Abilene, TX 22Jun91. An AT-6B, N105DG, collided with this AT-6 on the runway at the 
						beginning of a take-off roll at the airport in Glendale, Arizona 1Aug95. The AT-6 (N90629) a
						waiting take-off on the runway received substantial damage when the AT-6 (N105DG) behind 
						it started its take-off roll and collided with the wing of N90629. The two aircraft were part 
						of a group of five WW II Warbirds departing single ship from runway 01 for an across-the-country 
						tour of aircraft celebrating the end of the World War II. The investigation revealed that N105DG 
						was number 3 in the group of similar aircraft to take-off. The number 1 aircraft began its 
						take-off with about five seconds separation for spacing. The number 2 aircraft (N90629) was 
						waiting his turn, as briefed, for take-off when the collision occurred. The pilot of the number 
						3 aircraft stated to a Federal Aviation Administration inspector that he didn't understand 
						the pre-take-off pilot briefing regarding the take-off procedures. He initiated his take-off 
						and his left wing collided with the right wing of the number 2 aircraft. The pilot of N105DG 
						stated in his report that he understood that the number 2 aircraft would be making a 
						formation take-off with the lead aircraft. All aircraft taxied onto the runway and he then 
						lined up on the right side of the runway with the number 1 aircraft in view. He observed
						the lead aircraft begin its take-off roll and assumed that the number 2 aircraft was rolling 
						within formation with him. The pilot counted 5 to 6 seconds for spacing and started 
						his take-off roll. He angled to the left to align the aircraft with the runway centerline 
						and then straightened out on the runway centerline. At this time, the pilot observed the 
						number 2 aircraft still stationary in front and to the left. He attempted to avoid a collision
						 by going to the right but was unsuccessful. The left wing of N105DG collided with the 
						right wing of N90629. The pilot of N90629 stated in his report that he pulled nearly abeam 
						of the lead aircraft and stopped. After lead began his take-off roll, he began to count 
						before he released his brakes. As he reached the count of 4 seconds, N105DG went by on 
						the right and collided with his right wing. He further stated that the group had briefed at 
						0800 that morning and it was decided that an interval take-off would be made because 
						the runway was too narrow.
					16998 (MSN 78-7376) 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-314 seven miles southwest of Craig Field 23Jul43. Damaged taxying at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 12Aug43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Craig Field 9May44. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Craig Field 4Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC62282; cancelled.
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 5Apr49. Exported
					16999 (MSN 78-7377) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Legion Field, Selma 
						Municipal Airport 24Aug42
					17000 (MSN 78-7378) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal crash into Ostego Bay, FL 6Sep43 (2KIS).
					17001 (MSN 78-7379) 440th Fighter Squadron, 337th Fighter Group, Pinellas Field, 
						Saint Petersburg, FL. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Pinellas Field 21Jan44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Field 20May44.
					17002 (MSN 78-7380) Flexible Gunnery Training School, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Missing en route from MacDill Field, Tampa to Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee FL 3May43 (1MIS).L 
					17003 (MSN 78-7381) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL.
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 16Dec44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig 
						Field 3Mar45 and 13Mar45. Squadron N, 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-570 at Lincoln Field 30Apr45
					17004 (MSN 78-7382)  
					17005 (MSN 78-7383) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Columbus Municipal Airport, GA 16Jan44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC73700; N73700. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 4Jun49. Registered 28Jun49 
						to North American Aviation; cancelled 28Jul50. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-73/93
					17006 (MSN 78-7384) 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Damaged landing five miles northeast of Madison 22May45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC69806; N69806; cancelled [Export C of A issued 25Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, 
						Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7634. 
						Crashed after engine failure during a night navigation sortie 2Oct61 (1KIS). 
					17007 (MSN 78-7385) 306th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, 
						Tallahassee, FL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Dale Mabry 
						Field 30Oct42. 367th Fighter Squadron, 358th Fighter Group, Philadelphia Municipal 
						Airport, PA. Crash landed at Philadelphia Municipal Airport 12Jul43. 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed after 
						take-off from Luke Field 3Mar45. Damaged taxying at March Field, Riverside, CA 17Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57319; N57319. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-69/93
					17008 (MSN 78-7386) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 
						29Dec42. 445th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when crashed after engine 
						failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 16Mar43. 2133rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash into the ground at Jasper, FL 28Sep44 (1KIS).
					17009 (MSN 78-7387) 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in 
						accident with AT-6B 41-17196 taxying at Spence Field 17Jul42. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision on the ground at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 31Jan45. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 3Apr45. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 27Aug45
					17010 (MSN 78-7388) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when crash landed two 
						miles south of Vidette, GA 21Jul43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 22Jul45
					17011 (MSN 78-7389) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 1Feb43. 75th Base Headquarters and Air 
						Base Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged by structural failure 
						at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 30Jun43. 2142nd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged caused by mechanical 
						failure at Shaw Field 8Nov44. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Shaw Field 3Dec44. 
						2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Fatal crash into a 
						field after the plane lost a wing 2.5 miles west of Lowell, IN 15May45 (1KIS). 
					17012 (MSN 78-7390) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 3Jul45. 
						Registered 1948 as NC9603H; N9603H; cancelled [Export C of A issued 21Apr52]. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force Apr52 as 7668. Central Flying School, Langebaanweg AB, 
						Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. Longmont Aviation 
						Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996. 
						Registered as N36JV as a North American-Victoria Mnt Lt AT-6A; expired. Damaged 
						at Galveston, TX 12Mar00. The front seat passenger (a student pilot) was flying the 
						airplane during the landing approach. He stated that during the landing flare the 
						tail wheel touched the runway first and that the main landing gear collapsed on 
						touchdown. The pilot in command, a commercial pilot with no records of a flight instructor 
						certificate, declined to provide a written or oral statement. The pilot and passenger 
						were not injured and the airplane sustained minor damage. The post-incident 
						investigation found no mechanical discrepancies with the main landing gear or its 
						operation. Reregistered 24Feb06 as N41JH. Reregistered 12Jul07 as N867DL; current [Jun20]. 
					17013 (MSN 78-7391) 445th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost 
						control landing at Spence Field 18Nov42. Registered 1946 as NC5955V. Registered 4Apr49 as 
						N5955V to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					17014 (MSN 78-7392) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, 
						AL 17Jul42. Damaged after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16325 ten miles south of 
						Opp, AL 28Mar43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-43971 landing at Napier 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 18May43. 431st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron. 54th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged in collision on the ground at Eglin 
						Field Range #8, FL 1Mar44
					17015 (MSN 78-7393) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 31Aug43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Napier Field 11Oct44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX.
						Damaged after engine failure taking off from Perrin Field 9May45. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Perrin Field 7Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC62711; N62711. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c9Jun49. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					17016 (MSN 78-7394) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16561 when taxying at Napier Field 
						18Sep42. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-49026 landing at Napier Field 9Jul43. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 25Jan44. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16625 and the pilot bailed out five 
						miles south of Gordon, Dothan, AL 29Aug44
					17017 (MSN 78-7395) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						g at Napier Field 23Dec42. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Damaged 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16561 three miles northeast of Enterprise, AL 17Nov43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC60746; cancelled
					17018 (MSN 78-7396) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16399 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 18Jul42. 
						431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Crashed after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16623 and the pilot bailed out at Napier Field 10Dec42
					17019 (MSN 78-7397) 
					17020 (MSN 78-7398) 
					17021 (MSN 78-7399) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at 4 Napier Auxiliary Field 16Oct42. 32nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron. Crashed at Union Springs, AL 16Dec42 (1KIS). 
					17022 (MSN 78-7400) 432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Crashed after the pilot lost control eighteen miles southwest of Maxwell 
						Field, Montgomery, AL 16Dec42 (1KIS). 
					17023 (MSN 78-7401) 433rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision landing at Napier Field 10Dec42. 324th Fighter 
						Squadron, 327th Fighter Group, Richmond AAB, VA. Damaged landing at Richmond AAB 
						27Dec43. 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Damaged landing at 
						Jenkinsville, SC 5Apr44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #3, Coronado, 
						Red Rock, AZ 26Oct44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 20Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC56991; N56991. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 
						as Sk 16B, serial 16251. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 5Nov52. Accident at Hässlö 7Jun55. 
						SOC 21Dec55. 
					17024 (MSN 78-7402) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 24May43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Spence Field 15Jun43. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 10Aug43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 10Nov43. 441st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16552 near Spence Field 30Jan44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 12Oct44. Crashed after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-17292 and the pilot bailed out nineteen miles southwest of Valparaiso, FL 15Feb45. 
					17025 (MSN 78-7403) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision
						with an object at Spence Field 29Jul43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash eight miles south of Quitman, GA 10Dec44 (1KIS
					17026 (MSN 78-7404) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash 
						after the pilot lost control five miles north of Spence Field 29Sep42 (1KIS).
					17027 (MSN 78-7405) to civil registry as NC9494H
					17028 (MSN 78-7406) 
					17029 (MSN 78-7407) 2128th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Cochran Field, Macon, GA. 
						Damaged when parked in an accident by AT-6D 42-85282 taxying at Cochran Field 26Nov44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Field 21Mar45. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 42-44168 
						taxying at Craig Field 4Jul45. Force landed in bad weather at Buckstown CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, PA 23Jul45.   
					17030 (MSN 78-7408) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taking 
						off from Napier Field 3Aug42
					17031 (MSN 78-7409) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after engine failure three miles 
						south of Uniontown, AL 25Aug42
					17032 (MSN 78-7410) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Selma Municipal Airport, AL 24Sep42. 
						90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target 
						at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 29Nov42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed 
						over landing at De Kalb, MO 28Sep43. Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17287 
						taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 3Dec43
					17033 (MSN 78-7411) AAF Combat Crew School, Fort Worth Field, TX. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, TX 2Apr43. 504th Single
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Fatal accident when the pilot bailed out and the aircraft crashed six miles 
						west of Moore Field 12Jul43 (1KIS).
41-17034/17433		North American AT-6B-NT Texan
				MSN 84-7412/7811.  Ordered as AT-6A. Built as armament trainers; redesignated AT-6B. 
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				17034 (MSN 84-7412) Materiel Division, Wright Field, OH 12Jan42. Used to test 
					laminated wooden propeller blades. Crash landed after engine failure at Osborn, OH 
					8Mar43. 554th Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal 
					Airport, TN. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM 4Apr45. 
					Registered 1947 as NC62510; N62510. Reregistered 1972 as N30HA. Race #75 ‘Stewball’. 
					Registered 6Apr78 to Warbirds of Arkansas, Pine Bluff, AR. Damaged when the pilot lost 
					control on landing and went off the runway at Pine Bluff, AR 3Oct81. Registration expired 
					27Jan11; cancelled 13Mar18. Restored 15Jun18; current [Aug19]. 
				17035 (MSn 84-7413) Lend-Lease to Uruguay Government Feb42. Shipped from New 
					Orleans, LA 28Feb42 on SS Delbrasil to Montevideo, Uruguay.  
					To Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica Militar Uruguaya Mar42 as 334. Escuadrilla
					Bombardeo, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, Montevideo [1944]. Base Aeronáutica Nº2, 
					Durazno, Santa Bernardina [Apr48]. Reserialled as B2-334 [Oct53]. Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 
					4Dec53. Grupo de Reconocimiento Táctico 1, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, Montevideo, 
					19Jun55; reserialled as G1-334. Grupo de Aviación No 1 (Ataque), Base Aeronáutica Nº2, 
					Durazno, Santa Bernardina; reserialled as B2-334. Accident at Base Aeronáutica Nº2, 
					Durazno, Santa Bernardina 17May56. SOC 18Aug78
				17036 (MSN 84-7414) Lend-Lease to Uruguay Government Feb42. Shipped from New 
					Orleans, LA 28Feb42 on SS Delbrasil to Montevideo, Uruguay. Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica 
					Militar Uruguaya Mar42 as 335. Escuadrilla Bombardeo, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, 
					Montevideo [1944]. Base Aeronáutica Nº2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina [Apr48]. Reserialled 
					as B2-335 [Oct53]. Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 4Dec53. Grupo de Reconocimiento Táctico 1, 
					Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, Montevideo, 19Jun55; reserialled as G1-335. Grupo de 
					Aviación No 1 (Ataque), Base Aeronáutica Nº2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina; reserialled as 
					B2-335. SOC 21Feb85
				17037 (MSN 84-7415) Lend-Lease to Uruguay Government Feb42. Shipped from New 
					Orleans, LA 28Feb42 on SS Delbrasil to Montevideo, Uruguay.  To Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica 
					Militar Uruguaya Mar42 as 333. Escuadrilla de Información, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, 
					Montevideo [1944]. Escuadrilla Bombardeo, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, Montevideo [Apr48]. 
					Escuela Militar de Aeronaútica, Pando, Canelones, Montevideo [Oct53]. Reserialled as E-333. 
					Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 4Dec53. Grupo de Reconocimiento Táctico 1, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, 
					Carrasco, Montevideo, 19Jun55; reserialled as G1-333. Grupo de Aviación No 1 (Ataque), 
					Base Aeronáutica Nº2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina; reserialled as B2-333. Crashed on 
					Route 101, km28, Pando, Canelones, Uruguay 13Jul67. SOC 30Jan68
				17038 (MSN 84-7416) Lend-Lease to Uruguay Government Feb42. Shipped from New Orleans, 
					LA 28Feb42 on SS Delbrasil to Montevideo, Uruguay.  To Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica Militar 
					Uruguaya Mar42 as 336. Escuadrilla Bombardeo, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, Montevideo 
					[1944]. Base Aeronáutica Nº2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina [Apr48]. Dirección General de 
					Armamento y Material (DGAM) within the DGTAGyS [Oct53]. Reserialled as S-336. Fuerza 
					Aérea Uruguaya 4Dec53. Grupo de Reconocimiento Táctico 1, Base Aeronáutica Nº1, Carrasco, 
					Montevideo, 19Jun55; reserialled as G1-336. Grupo de Aviación No 1 (Ataque), Base Aeronáutica 
					Nº2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina; reserialled as B2-336. Accident at Base Aeronáutica Nº2, 
					Durazno, Santa Bernardina 11Feb76. SOC 5Aug76. Sold in USA. Registered 6Feb89 as N8160Y 
					as a T-6G with MSN 336; expired 30Jun11; cancelled 20Sep13
				17039 (MSN 84-7417) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 1, later as 213. WFU 1957. 
				17040 (MSN 84-7418) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 2, later as 214. Damaged 
					when crash landed 1942. WFU 1957. 
				17041 (MSN 84-7419) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 3, later as 215. Reserialled 
					22Mar57 as 272. Damaged in collision with a Porterfield at Osomo 1942. 
				17042 (MSN 84-7420) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 4, later as 216. 
					Reserialled 22Mar57 as 273. Crashed 1Sep59. 
				17043 (MSN 84-7421) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 5, later as 217. WFU 1957. 
				17044 (MSN 84-7422) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 6, later as 218. WFU 1957. 
				17045 (MSN 84-7423) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 7, later as 219. 
					Damaged on delivery flight when ground looped landing at Salinas, Santa Elena, Ecuador 
					28Apr42. Repaired and delivered to Chile Mar43. Crashed near Base Aérea Quintero, 
					Valparaiso 16Dec49 (2KIS). 
				17046  (MSN 84-7424) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 8, later as 220. 
					Grupo de Aviación No 4, Base Aérea El Bosque, Santiago. Crashed after fuel exhaustion 
					at Peumo, Cachapoal, Chile 11Sep42 (2KIS). 
				17047 (MSN 84-7425) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 9, later as 221. 
					Grupo de Aviación No 4, Base Aérea El Bosque, Santiago. Crashed at Melipilla, Santiago 7Jun42. 
				17048 (MSN 84-7426) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF 
					pilot departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 10, later as 222. 
					Accident 1946. WFU 1957. 
				17049 (MSN 84-7427) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 11, later as 223. 
					Accidents 1942, 1943 and 1944. WFU 1957. 
				17050 (MSN 84-7428) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 12, later as 224. 
					Accident 1946.
				17051 (MSN 84-7429) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 13, later as 225. 
					Reserialled 22Mar57 as 274. Crashed 1Sep59. 
				17052 (MSN 84-7430) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42.  To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 14, later as 226. 
					Grupo de Aviación No 5, Base Aérea La Chamiza, Puerto Montt. Crashed at Maquehue, 
					Temuco 15Nov44 (2KIS). 
				17053 (MSN 84-7431)  San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Chilean 
					Government 16Mar42. Air Corps Ferrying Command. Ferried USA to Chile by USAAF pilot 
					departing Apr42. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Apr42 as 15, later as 227. WFU 1957
				17054 (MSN 84-7432) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 1. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Reserialled as 7432. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
				17055 (MSN 84-7433) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 2. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo.
					Reserialled as 7433. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
				17056 (MSN 84-7434) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 3. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Reserialled as 7434. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
				17057 (MSN 84-7435) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 4. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Reserialled as 7435. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
				17058 (MSN 84-7436) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 5. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Reserialled as 7436. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
				17059 (MSN 84-7437) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 6. Crew and aircraft 
					missing during delivery flight in Caribbean Sea off Panama 20Apr42. 
				17060 (MSN 84-7438) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 7. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Crashed at Chiclayo 30Sep43. 
				17061 (MSN 84-7439) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 8. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Reserialled as 7439. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
					Conflict:
					514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 3Sep42.
				17062 (MSN 84-7440) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Perú 
					Government Mar42. Ferrying Command, Middle Western Sector, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Ferried USA to Perú by USAAF pilot departing Apr42. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Apr42 as 9. XIII Escuadrón 
					de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. 
					Reserialled as 7440. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					del Perú 18Jul50.
				17063 (MSN 84-7441) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Ecuador Government. Ferried Kelly Field to Quito, Ecuador. To Ecuadorian Air 
					Force / Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Equatoriana Apr42 as 64. Escuela Militar 
					de Aviación, Escuela Táctico, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Primero 
					Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Renamed as Fuerza 
					Aérea Equatoriana 1944. Reserialled 1950 as 300No
				17064 (MSN 84-7442) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
					to Ecuador Government. Ferried Kelly Field to Quito, Ecuador. To Ecuadorian Air 
					Force / Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Equatoriana Apr42 as 65. Escuela Militar 
					de Aviación, Escuela Táctico, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Crash landed 
					c.Mar43. Primero Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Renamed 
					as Fuerza Aérea Equatoriana 1944. Reserialled 1950 as 301No
				17065 (MSN 84-7443) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Ecuador Government. Ferried Kelly Field to Quito, Ecuador.  To Ecuadorian Air 
					Force / Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Equatoriana Apr42 as 66. Escuela Militar de 
					Aviación, Escuela Táctico, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Primero Escuadrón 
					de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Equatoriana 
					1944. Reserialled 1950 as 302No
				17066 (MSN 84-7444) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Ecuador
 					Government. Ferried Kelly Field to Quito, Ecuador. To  Ecuadorian Air 
					Force / Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Equatoriana Apr42. Escuela Militar de Aviación, 
					Escuela Táctico, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Crashed 9Jun42, before assignment 
					of a serial number. 
				17067 (MSN 84-7445) Lend-Lease to Venezuelan Government 20Mar42. To Venezuelan 
					Air Force / Servicio de Aeronáutica Militar as 7. Operated by US Mission, Caribbean 
					Defense Command, Maracay, Venezuela. Showing off the capabilities of the AT-6B to the 
					Venezuelan military, a wing came off as the aircraft entered a power drive and went 
					straight into the water of Lago de Valencia, Venezuela 22Jun42 killing the USAAF officer 
					pilot and NCO passenger (2KIS). 
				17068 (MSN 84-7446) Lend-Lease to Venezuelan Government 20Mar42. To Venezuelan 
					Air Force / Servicio de Aeronáutica Militar as 8. 3° Grupo de Bombardeo, Campo de 
					Aviación, Maracay. 
				17069 (MSN 84-7447) Lend-Lease to Venezuelan Government 20Mar42. To Venezuelan 
					Air Force / Servicio de Aeronáutica Militar as 9. 3° Grupo de Bombardeo, Campo de 
					Aviación, Maracay. Crashed into the north rim of the San Juan mountains while returning 
					to base on an instrument cross-country flight from Coro, Falcón to Maracuay 8Jul42 (2KIS
				17070 (MSN 84-7448) Lend-Lease to Venezuelan Government 20Mar42. Venezuelan 
					Air Force / Servicio de Aeronáutica Militar as 10. 3° Grupo de Bombardeo, Campo de 
					ión, Maracay. Reserialled 1944 as 27. Crashed 19Dec44
				17071 (MSN 84-7449) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Colombian Government 11Apr42. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Colombia. US Military Mission, 
					Cali AB, Colombia.  To Colombian Air Force / División General de Aviación Militar Nacional 
					Apr42 as 71. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Nacional 15Jul42. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 31Dec44. 
				17072 (MSN 84-7450) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Colombian Government 11Apr42. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Colombia. US Military Mission, 
					Cali AB, Colombia.  To Colombian Air Force / División General de Aviación Militar Nacional 
					Apr42 as 72. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Nacional 15Jul42. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 
					31Dec44
				17073 (MSN 84-7451) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Colombian Government 11Apr42. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Colombia. US Military Mission, 
					Cali AB,  To Colombia. Colombian Air Force / División General de Aviación Militar Nacional 
					Apr42 as 73. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Nacional 15Jul42. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 31Dec44. 
				17074 (MSN 84-7452) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Colombian Government 11Apr42. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Colombia. US Military Mission, 
					Cali AB, Colombia. Damaged landing at Cali AB 20Apr42. Colombian Air Force / División 
					General de Aviación Militar Nacional Apr42 as 74. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Nacional 15Jul42. 
					Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 31Dec44
				17075 (MSN 84-7453) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
					to Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Punta 
					Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. Salvaged from the mud flats, repaired
					 and delivered to Brazil, arriving 6Jun42. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jun42 
					as 21. Base Aérea de Recife, PE. Reserialled as 1223. Accident at Porto Ferreira, SP 30Mar65.
				17076 (MSN 84-7454) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
					to Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Punta 
					Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. Salvaged from the mud flats, repaired 
					and delivered to Brazil, arriving 6Jun42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
					Jun42 as 22. Base Aérea de Fortaleza, CE. Reserialled as 1224. Crashed after a mid-air 
					collision with AT-6B 1225 [41-17078] near Fortaleza 11Jan45.
				17077 (MSN 84-7455) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
					to Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Stalled 
					and crashed when attempting a forced landing on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion 
					in bad weather at Punta Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42 (1KIS:1INJ).
				17078 (MSN 84-7456) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
					to Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Punta 
					Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. Salvaged from the mud flats, 
					repaired and delivered to Brazil, arriving 6Jun42. To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
					Brasileira Jun42 as 23. Base Aérea de Fortaleza, CE. Reserialled as 1225. Crashed 
					after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 1224 [41-17076] near Fortaleza 11Jan45.
				17079 (MSN 84-7457) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather and 
					collided with AT-6A 41-17080 at Punta Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. SOC.
				17080 (MSN 84-7458) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather and 
					collided with AT-6A 41-17079 at Punta Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. 
					Salvaged from the mud flats, repaired and delivered to Brazil, arriving 6Jun42. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira as 24. Base Aérea de Natal, RN. 
					Reserialled as 1226. DBR at Parnamirim, near Natal, RN 2Sep44.
				17081 (MSN 84-7459) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Punta 
					Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. SOC.
				17082 (MSN 84-7460) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Punta A
					raguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. Salvaged from the mud flats, repaired 
					and delivered to Brazil, arriving 6Jun42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
					Jun42 as 25. Base Aérea de Fortaleza, CE. Reserialled as 1227. Núcleo do Parque de 
					Material Aeronáutico do Recife, PE. SOC 22Jul52; DBR. 
				17083 (MSN 84-7461) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed with fuel exhaustion in bad weather and nosed over into the mud 
					on delivery flight at Punta Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. Salvaged 
					from the mud flats, repaired and delivered to Brazil, arriving 6Jun42.  
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jun42 as 26. Base Aérea de Natal, RN. 
					Reserialled as 1228. Crashed during an air festival at Vitória de Santo Antão, Pernambuco 13Jun49. 
				17084 (MSN 84-7462) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Ferried by USAAF pilot to Brazil departing Mar42. Damaged 
					when force landed on delivery flight with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Punta 
					Araguapiche, Delta Amacuro, Venezuela 12Apr42. SOC. 
				17085 (MSN 84-7463) Technical Training Command, Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS 11Mar42. 
					314th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Tulsa Municipal Airport, Tulsa, OK; 
					operated by Spartan School of Aeronautics. Accident landing with mechanical failure 
					at Love Field, Dallas, TX 3Mar43. 330th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
					Gulfport Field, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gulfport Field 13Mar44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC64545. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO 1946. 
					Registered as N64545; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 7Apr49. 
					Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17086 (MSN 84-7464) 76th Materiel Squadron, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged 
					forty miles south of Wichita Falls 29May42. 3701st Base Unit (Technical School & Basic 
					Training Center), Amarillo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Amarillo 
					Field 3Aug44. Damaged landing at Amarillo Field 23Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC59131; N59131; 
					cancelled 10Apr52 [Export C of A issued 10Apr52]. Government of Israel Supply Mission 
					10Apr52. Israeli Defense Force Air Force
				17087 (MSN 84-7465) Technical Training Command, Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Damaged 
					taxying at Watertown Field, SD 23Jan43. Squadron C, 3705th Base Unit (Technical School), 
					Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Ground looped in bad weather at Lowry Field 8Jan45. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Lowry Field 25Sep45. Registered 1946 as 
					NC59681; N59681; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Aug53
				17088 (MSN 84-7466) 3505th Base Unit (Technical School), Scott Field, Belleville, IL. 
					Damaged when nosed over taxying at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS 5Jul44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC61069; N61069. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported Jan51
				17089 (MSN 84-7467) Technical Training Command, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. 
					Damaged in collision with Beech AT-10 Wichita 41-1713 when taxying at Knollwood 
					Field, NC 21Apr43. 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. 
					Damaged taxying at Chanute Field 5Jul44. Squadron C. Damaged when landing and 
					nosed over after fuel exhaustion six miles southeast of Canton, IL 3May45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC58429; cancelled
				17090 (MSN 84-7468) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island 
					Gunnery Range, TX 14May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 31Aug43. 
					99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 7Oct43. Substantially damaged in a collision 
					on the ground with AT-6C 42-44091 at Foster Field 15Jan44. Force landed after engine 
					failure fourteen miles north of Foster Field 26Feb44
				17091 (MSN 84-7469) 3rd Ferrying Group, Ferrying Command, Wayne County Airport, 
					Romulus, MI. Substantially damaged landing at Wayne County Airport 21Mar42. 
					98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after losing 
					control ten miles northwest of Foster Field 5Jul43
				17092 (MSN 84-7470) 3rd Ferrying Group, Ferrying Command, Wayne County Airport, 
					Romulus, MI. Damaged in an accident with parked Bell P-39D Airacobra 41-7027 when 
					taxying at Wayne County Airport 23Mar42. 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying 
					School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at 
					Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Aug42 and 27Mar43. 503rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 20May43. 
					99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Houston Municipal Airport, TX 16Jan44. 
					2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when 
					the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17110 six miles south 
					of Halletsville, TX 25Aug44. 
				17093 (MSN 84-7471) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Kingsville CAA Intermediate Landing 
					Field, TX 21May42. Damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 27Jun42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 25Aug42. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17097 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 15Oct42. 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
					Training Group, Laredo Field, TX; code 304. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 
					Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 31Aug43. 
					Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-181 at Eagle Pass Field, TX 22Nov43. 
					2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged by 
					structural failure at Gunter Field 15Jan45
				17094 (MSN 84-7472) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the ground five miles south of Hope, TX 6May42 (1KIS).
				17095 (MSN 84-7473) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 9Jul42. 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San 
					Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-4148 taxying at Randolph Field 1Apr43. 
					Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX.
					Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 30Nov44. Damaged when 
					ground looped at Waco Field 13Mar45. Squadron C, 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 
					18May45. Registered 1946 as NC67357. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.11Oct48. 
					Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. 
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-12/91
				17096 (MSN 84-7474)99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 6Oct43 and 22Nov43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
					Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 3May44. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Foster Field 20Dec44. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
					Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.  To 
					Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Aug47 as 1456. Base Aérea de Canoas, 
					Porto Alegre, RS. Crashed between Cumbica, SP and Rio de Janeiro, RJ 3Jan64 
				17097 (MSN 84-7475) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision 
					with AT-6B 41-17097 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 15Oct42.
				17098 (MSN 84-7476) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 16Aug42. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 12Oct42. 
					48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 18Nov42. 
					Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-32731 ten miles 
					northeast of Foster Field 12Dec42. 
					Conflict:
					2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Foster Field 11Sep44.
				17099 (MSN 84-7477) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into Espiritu Santo Bay, Port O’Connor, TX 3Apr42 (1KIS).
				17100 (MSN 84-7478) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17108 landing at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 17Sep42. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17106 landing at 
					Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Oct42. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged while parked 
					in a collision by AT-6B 41-17296 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 8Oct43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC63481; N63481; deregistered 14Jan71, revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 4Feb17
				17101 (MSN 84-7479) 505th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped and nosed 
					over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 17Dec42. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
					Island Gunnery Range, TX 19May43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
					Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged after taking off ten miles east of Goodfellow 
					Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 7Jun45. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 25Aug45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC57481. Reregistered 1946 as NC56339; cancelled
				17102 (MSN 84-7480) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6B 41-17108 taxying at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 25Oct42.   2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, 
					San Angelo, TX. Accident at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 9Jan45. Force landed 
					after mechanical failure five miles north of San Angelo, TX 5May45. Registered 1946 as 
					NC61407; cancelled. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO 1946
				17103 (MSN 84-7481) 505th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
					AT-6C 41-32275 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 11May43. 504th 
					Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6C 41-17115 
					taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 25Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC63258; 
					cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.25Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. 
					Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO].   
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-15/91. 
				17104 (MSN 84-7482) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 8Jul42. 
					Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 8Oct42. Substantially 
					damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 1Dec42. 506th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, 
					Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 27Apr43 and 
					13May43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17386 landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 15Jun43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with parked 
					AT-6D 42-44614 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Apr44. 2533rd Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, Pullium, TX 4May45. Wrecked in a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6D 42-86265 landing at Goodfellow Field 8Jun45 (1KIS). 
				17105 (MSN 84-7483) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 4Jun42. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 12Aug42. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 16Nov42. 
					504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-4053 taxying at Moore 
					Field 24Feb44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Damaged taxying at Moore Field 29Jun44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
					Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by fire in an accident at Randolph 
					Field 3Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC67207; N67207. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
					Exported c.9Jan51
				17106 (MSN 84-7484) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 5Aug42. Damaged when 
					nosed over landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 12Sep42. Damaged in a 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17100 landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Oct42. 
					503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 31May43. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 
					41-17115 at Taft, TX 27Aug43
				17107 (MSN 84-74850 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, 
					Nursery, TX 18Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC61345. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
					Company, Denver, CO 1946; cancelled
				17108 (MSN 84-7486) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17100 landing at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 17Sep42. Damaged in an accident with AT-6B 41-17102 taxying at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 25Oct42. Registered 1946 as NC54960; N54960. Registered 7Jul49 to 
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 27Jan71. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-84/93
				17109 (MSN 84-7487) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 22Aug42. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 11Sep43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
					Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, 
					Pullium, TX 14May45. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out six miles 
					north of Waverly, IA 18May45. 
					Conflict:
					Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after a mid-air collision 
					with AT-6C 42-4116 and the pilot bailed out five miles northeast of Headland, AL 28Mar43
				17110 (MSN 84-7488) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Goliad, TX 10Sep42. 
					Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6B 41-17115 at Foster Field 17Oct42. 
					99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by bad weather at Foster Field 8Feb44. Damaged in 
					a collision with AT-6C 42-44331 landing at Foster Field 11Apr44. 2539th Base Unit 
					(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Foster Field 13Jul44. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17092 six miles south of Halletsville, TX 25Aug44 (1KIS).
				17111 (MSN 84-7489) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 22Mar43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 28Apr43. 
					504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Eagle Pass Field, TX 16Sep43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 21Jul44. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, 
					San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 16Feb45. Damaged when 
					nosed over taxying at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 13Jun45. Registered 
					1946 as NC68344; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.4Jan49. 
					Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
				17112 (MSN 84-7490) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 20Feb43. Damaged at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 23Feb43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17113 five miles south of Edna, TX 27Jun44
				17113 (MSN 84-7491) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 13May42. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 30Jun42. 97th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Feb43. Damaged 
					in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32359 three miles east of Foster Field 15Apr43. 
					99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 41-34303 taxying at 
					Foster Field 28Feb44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17112 
					five miles south of Edna, TX 27Jun44 (1KIS).
				17114 (MSN 84-7492) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 26Jul42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 21Sep42. 
					97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 3Mar43. Registered 1946 as NC64441; cancelled 16Feb49. Scrapped
				17115 (MSN 84-7493) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 16Aug42. 
					Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6B 41-17110 at Foster Field 17Oct42. 
					504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6B 41-17103 when 
					taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 25Aug43. 503rd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17106 at Taft, TX 27Aug43
				17116 (MSN 84-7494) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 9Aug42. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Mineral Wells Municipal Airport, TX 15Jul44. 
					Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 20Jun45. 2537th Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Crash landed after engine failure 0.5 mile 
					south of Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 7Sep45. Registered 1946 as NC56180; N56180; cancelled
				17117 (MSN 84-7495) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 13May42 and 3Aug42. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal accident at 
					Foster Field 20Nov42. Damaged by bad weather at Foster Field 8Feb44. 2541st Base Unit, 
					Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying on the parking ramp at 
					Foster Field 19Oct44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Accident taking off from Foster Field 30Jul45. Registered 4Feb46 as NC54691; N54691; 
					cancelled 24Jul51. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported Jan51
				17118 (MSN 84-7496) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Crash landed at Foster Auxiliary Field #6, TX 9Nov44. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island 
					Gunnery Range, TX 7Jan45. Registered 1946 as NC61339; cancelled. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA 13Dec48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					Also listed as going to South African AF as 76 in 1951
				17119 (MSN 84-7497) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph 
					Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taking off and crash landed six miles east of Randolph 
					Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 22Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC63668; N63668; 
					cancelled [Export C of A issued 25Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
					remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force c.18Jul52 as 7635. 
					Fatal crash at Groblersdal, Limpopo, South Africa 13Mar54
				17120 (MSN 84-7498) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Substantially 
					damaged when force landed after engine failure on the beach opposite Matagorda Island 
					Gunnery Range #B, TX 31Jul42. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. 483rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Damaged in accident with 
					AT-6B 41-17387 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 29Jan43. Damaged landing 
					at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 10Apr43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
					Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 42-105467 at Aloe Field 24Sep43.
				17121 (MSN 84-7499) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Substantially damaged when nosed 
					over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Nov42. 482nd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 11Sep43. Damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary 
					Field #8, Goliad, TX 23Jan44. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 25Sep44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC68349; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.4Jan49. 
					Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17122 (MSN 84-7500) South African Air Force; stored, no active service. Modified to T-6D 
					standard. Paraguayan Air Force / Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1979 as 0109(2). Grupo 
					Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1987; 
					open storage at Base Aérea Concepción. Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. Purchased at auction, 
					Asunción, Paraguay 9Feb91. World Wide Aeronautical Industries, CA. Shipped to USA, 
					arrived dismantled, Santa Paula, CA Sep91. Registered 19Sep91 as N3171N; cancelled 10Jun94 
					on export to Australia. Shipped to Australia, arrived dismantled, Jandakot, Perth, WA 15Jun94. 
					Registered 8Aug94 as VH-DGP; current [May18]. .
				17123 (MSN 84-7501)481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Accident taking off 
					from Lake Charles Field 19Jun42. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with a towed target at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 17Nov42. Damaged by fire in an 
					accident at Lake Charles Field 29Dec42. 2500th Base Unit (HQ, Central Flying Training 
					Command), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 7Jul45  
				17124 (MSN 84-7502) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Sep42. 484th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged 
					while parked by AT-6B 41-17127 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 29Nov42. 
					Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 60th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in an accident taking off after engine failure at Aloe Field 
					20May43. 2518th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Enid Field, OK. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Enid Auxiliary Field, Woodring Municipal Airport, OK 25Jan45
				17125 (MSN 84-7503) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Substantially damaged 
					when nosed over landing at Lake Charles Field 11Jun42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
					60th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe 
					Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 23Jun43. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 
					30Aug44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 6May45. Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação 
					Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 717; reserialled 1951 as 1617. Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
					To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1617. Modified to T-6G standard by 
					Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Modified for counter
					insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, 
					Angola. Aeródromo Militar No 32, Toto, Uíge, Angola. Crashed after losing control taking off from 
					Toto, Angola 19May66 (2KIS). 
				17126 (MSN 84-7504) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing at 
					Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19May42. Damaged landing at Lake Charles Field 16Jun42. 
					Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-16377 when taxying at Matagorda Peninsula
					Field, TX 8Aug42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 26Aug42
				17127 (MSN 84-7505)482nd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. 482nd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged in an accident with parked 
					AT-6B 41-17124 and 41-17131 when taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 29Nov42. 
					482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, TX 12Jan43. Squadron C, 2538th 
					Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
					Damaged taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 22Feb45. American Republics 
					Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 8Aug47 as 1448. 
					Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Escola de Especialistas 
					de Aeronáutica, Guaratinguetá, SP. Substantially damaged at Guaratinguetá 6Jun69. 
					Ground instructional airframe. Registered as PT-LDQ. Modified for skywriting and used 
					for aerobatic displays. Operated for Onix Jeans; later for Oi! Telecom company as #2  
				17128 (MSN 84-7506) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Lake Charles Field 29Jun42. 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Force landed with 
					structural failure ten miles southwest of Galveston, TX 28Nov42. 484th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 23Mar43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Field 22Dec44. Squadron C, 
					2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
					at Waco Field 3Mar45. Damaged landing at Waco Field 7Mar45. Squadron C, 2532nd Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 15Jun45. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					one mile north of Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 7Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC60435; 
					cancelled 
				17129 (MSN 84-7507)61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
					by a bird strike at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 24Jan43. 2518th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Two Engine), Enid Field, OK. Damaged landing at Enid Field 27Apr45. Crash landed 
					after a mid-air collision four miles west of Fairfax, OK 6Jul45   
				17130 (MSN 84-7508) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster 
					Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 21Feb44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Damaged in accident with Martin B-26C Marauder 41-35122 taxying at Lake Charles 
					Field, LA 24Jul44. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Pounds Field, Tyler, TX 15Nov44. Registered 29Jan46 
					as NC53326; N53326. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO 5Apr49. North American 
					Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 19Apr49. Registered 16May49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 
					31Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17131 (MSN 84-7509) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore 
					Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure twenty miles north of Moore Field 6May42. 
					Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Sep42. 483rd School Squadron, Lake 
					Charles Field, LA. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. Damaged while parked by AT-6B 41-17127
					taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 29Nov42. 506th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
					taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 18Apr43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Destroyed 
					by fire at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 10Mar44.
				17132 (MSN 84-7510) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed and destroyed fifteen miles northeast of Moore Field 17Aug42.
				17133 (MSN 84-7511) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6A 41-698 eight miles southeast of Moore Field 23Apr42.
				17134 (MSN 84-7512) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17330 eight miles 
					southwest of Aloe Field 2Sep44. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D 
					standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0342. Escuadrilla de 
					Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-247. 
					Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, 
					Verónica; code 3-A-29. Shot at by an Argentinean Air Force Gloster Meteor over Buenos Aires 
					16Jun55 during the Revolution of that year; the pilot was chased by the Meteor but evaded 
					being shot down and fled to Colonia, Uruguay. Revolución Libertadora (The Liberating Revolution) 
					was a military and civilian uprising that ended the second presidential term of Juan Perón in 
					Argentina on 16Sep55. Thirty Argentine Navy and Air Force aircraft bombed Plaza de Mayo, 
					Buenos Aires' main square, killing over 300 civilians and wounding hundreds more. The attack 
					remains to this day the largest aerial bombing ever executed on the Argentine mainland. The 
					bombing targeted the adjacent Casa Rosada, the official seat of government. The aircraft was 
					returned to Argentina by 26Jul55
				17135 (MSN 84-7513) 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore 
					Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Moore Field 3Sep42. 504th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crash landed at 
					Moore Field 5Apr44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
					12Dec43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 13Jul45
				17136 (MSN 84-7514) Bombardment Branch, Wright Field, OH. Used for the mock-up 
					installation of a retractable pilot’s armor hood. 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, 
					Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged twenty miles north of Moore 
					Field 12May42. Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16518 landing at Moore 
					Field 9Jun42
				17137 (MSN 84-7515) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore 
					Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32292 when nosed over landing 
					at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Sep42. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore 
					Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 11Jul44. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing in bad weather at 
					Goodfellow Field 25Nov44. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 
					9Dec44. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 18Jan45. Damaged in accident with 
					AT-6D 41-34570 at Goodfellow Field 4Apr45. Fatal crash at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, 
					Pullium, TX 3May45 (2KIS). 
				17138 (MSN 84-7516) 507th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-336 taxying at 
					Moore Field 13Apr42. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Crashed at Linares, Nuevo Leon, México 15Jun44 (1KIS). 
				17139 (MSN 84-7517) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6A 41-16520 seven miles north of Moore Field 23Oct42
				17140 (MSN 84-7518) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Austwell CAA Intermediate 
					Landing Field, TX 18Aug42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when taxying in accident with 
					AT-6B 41-32133 which ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 
					29Mar43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
					taxying at Foster Field 9Apr44. Registered 26Nov47 as NC5860V; N5860V. St. Louis Flying 
					Service, St. Louis, MO; cancelled 23Jul51 on export to the Philippines. Government of the 
					Republic of the Philippines.  To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
				17141 (MSN 84-7519) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 21Jun42. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6A 41-17143 at Foster Field, TX 16Sep42
				17142 (MSN 84-7520) 513th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 29Dec42. 
					97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group,
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, 
					Nursery, TX 2May43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Force landed with fuel exhaustion fifteen miles northwest of Foster Field 17Feb44. 
					2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Perrin Field 12May45. Registered 7Jun46 as NC53337; N53337. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA 10Jun49. Registered 30Jun49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 31Jul50. 
					Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-85/93
				17143 (MSN 84-7521) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-17141 at Foster 
					Field, TX 16Sep42. B-2 Squadron, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
					Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS 
					2Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC63091; N63091. Transocean Air Lines, Oakland, CA; 
					cancelled [Export C of A issued 10Sep52].  To Royal Saudi Air Force 10Sep52. 
				17144 (MSN 84-7522) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Matagorda 
					Peninsula Field, TX 11Jul42. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure 
					sixteen miles southwest of Matagorda Island, TX 10Dec43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
					Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after 
					a mid-air collision six miles north of Foster Field 1Sep44
				17145 (MSN 84-7523) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 27Apr43. Damaged in a collision landing at Foster 
					Field 31Aug43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Fort Worth Field, TX 24Oct44.  To Portuguese Army 
					Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1949 as 722; reserialled 1951 as 1621.
					 Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Fighter Squadron No 1, Base Aérea No 3, Tancos. 
					To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1621. Modified to T-6G 
					standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. 
					Crashed and destroyed by fire at Sintra 16Aug60 (1KIS). 
				17146 (MSN 84-7524) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4,
					Nursery, TX 18May42. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out ten 
					miles southeast of Halletsville, TX 16Jun42. Accident at Foster Field 24Feb45.
				17147 (MSN 84-7525) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by mechanical 
					failure landing at Foster Field 18Jun43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6C 41-32176 and 41-32286 eight miles northeast of Victoria, AL 24Feb45. 2539th 
					Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 14Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC62773; N62773.
					Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. 
					To Royal Pakistan Air Force
				17148 (MSN 84-7526) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 9Jun42. 
					Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Jul42. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 17Aug42. 
					98th School Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 21Jun43.
					99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 9Oct43 and 17Nov43. Damaged in a collision landing at Foster Field 28Mar44. 
					2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision
					with AT-6C 42-44341 taxying at Foster Field 15Jul44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6D 44-81464
					taxying at Perrin Field 29Apr45. Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field, Eaker 
					Municipal Airport, Durant, OK 29May45. Crash landed at Perrin Field 14Aug45. 
					Registered 21Jun46 as NC53339 to Challenge Airlines, Salt Lake City, UT. Registered 
					as N53339. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 5Mar49. Registered 14Apr49 
					to North American Aviation; cancelled 31Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17149 (MSN 84-7527) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the ground four miles southeast of 
					Burleson, TX 23Apr42 (2KIS).
				17150 (MSN 84-7528) WFU; 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Spence Field 17Oct42. 441st 
					Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 
					15Oct43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-260 landing at Spence Field 1Feb44. 
					2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged when 
					ground looped at Lincoln Field 11Jun45. American Republics Project to Brazilian 
					Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified 
					to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 22Sep47 as 1464. 
					Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. Base Aérea de São Paulo, SP. SOC at São Paulo 4Jan72. 
					Donated to Paraguayan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 1972 as 0113. Written off 1979
				17151 (MSN 84-7529) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged in a collision 
					with AT-6B 41-17411 taxying at Spence Field 29May43. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 18Dec43. 2133rd Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 
					26Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC66424; N66424. Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea 
					Boliviana Jun49 as T-529. Damaged when overturned on landing at Salinas, Oruro, 
					Bolivia 25Sep52
				17152 (MSN 84-7530) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 18Dec42. 384th Bomb 
					Squadron, 311th Bomb Group, Waycross Field, GA. Damaged ten miles southeast of 
					Waycross Field, GA 23May43. 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. 
					Crash landed with fuel exhaustion one mile north Amory, MS 5Apr44. 3028th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 11Jul44. Damaged landing at Luke 
					Field 20Feb45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54860 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. 
					Registered 30May46 to Southwest Airways Co, Phoenix, AZ. Registered 27Jun47 to 
					MGM Studios, Culver City, CA. Registered as N54860; cancelled 24Jul51. Exported Jan51
				17153 (MSN 84-7531) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Marianna Field 17Nov42. 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #3, Henderson, AL 15Jul43. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Craig Field 28Aug43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed after engine failure one 
					mile southwest of Brent, AL 27Jun44. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
					Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #4, Mount Meigs, AL 10Dec44. 
					Damaged by structural failure at Wetumpka, AL 25Feb45. 1045th Base Unit, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 9Nov45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC9572H; N9572H. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
					25May49. Registered 24Jun49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 19Apr50. 
					Remanufactured to T-6D standard.   To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-80/93.
				17154 (MSN 84-7532) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Marianna Field 10Nov42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Marianna Field 28Nov42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-43940 on the ground 
					at Napier Field, Dothan, AL 3Jan45. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
					Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16839 
					at Eglin Field Gunnery Range #28, Valparaiso, FL 13Jul45. Damaged landing at 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Aug45
				17155 (MSN 84-7533) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with a towed target at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 19Jun43. 441st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 21Dec43. 
					2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Spence Field 29Oct44 and 10Dec44. Damaged landing 
					at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 26Mar45. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), 
					Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged landing at Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK 28Jul45. 
					Damaged taxying at Lincoln Field 25Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC62760. North 
					American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.21Dec48. Exported
				17156 (MSN 84-7534) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Spence Field 2Apr42. Registered 19Jan46 as 
					NC52790; N52790; cancelled 7Jun51. Hawthorne Aircraft Industries, Hawthorne, CA 
					Aug50. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 8Sep50.  To Royal Egyptian Air Force. 
				17157 (MSN 84-7535) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Fatal crash into the ground seven miles northeast of Thomasville, GA 1Apr42 (2KIS).
				17158 (MSN 84-7536) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 15May42. 2133rd Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when 
					force landed with mechanical failure five miles west of Spence Field 2May44
				17159 (MSN 84-7537) 387th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-245 when taxying at 
					Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 13Sep43. 441st Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Crashed into the ground and destroyed on Range #7, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 22Feb44
				17160 (MSN 84-7538) 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					in collision with a parked AT-6A when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 
					24Aug42. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when crash landed at 
					Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 7May43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 21Mar45 
				17161 (MSN 84-7539) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 19Oct43. 
					2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA.
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Range #32, Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL 5Jul44
				17162 (MSN 84-7540) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force 
					landed with mechanical failure one mile west of Spence Field 16Sep42. 442nd Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, 
					Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32492 landing at 
					Spence Field 7Apr43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17284 near Spence 
					Field 24Nov43. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 20Dec43
				17163 (MSN 84-7541) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged while parked in 
					accident by AT-6C 41-32479 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 13Dec42. 
					Fatal crash into the ground twelve miles southeast of Sylvester, GA 7Mar43 (1KIS)
				17164 (MSN 84-7542) 21st Reconnaissance Squadron, 75th Reconnaissance Group, 
					William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN. Damaged in a collision with parked North 
					American B-25C Mitchell 41-12682 when taxying during maintenance at William 
					Northern Field 18Jun43. 568th Base Unit, 4th Operational Training Unit, Air Transport 
					Command, Greenwood Field, MS. Ground looped during take-off from Greenwood 
					Field 16Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC69175; cancelled
				17165 (MSN 84-7543) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, 
					Moultrie, GA. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion two miles 
					east of Valdosta, GA 11Jan43
				17166 (MSN 84-7544) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force landed near Glennville, GA 12Jan44. 2133rd Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA.  Damaged by mechanical failure 
					landing at Spence Field 9Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC59368; N59368. North American 
					Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-41/93
				17167 (MSN 84-7545) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
					Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Feb43. 499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, Waycross Field, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Waycross Field 5Jan44
				17168 (MSN 84-7546) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 6Jul43. Damaged in a 
					mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 11Aug43. 
					2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NE. Crashed four miles 
					south of Pleasant Dale, NB 3May45 (2KIS); the plane was seen flying fast and at a lower 
					than specified altitude prior to the crash. 
				17169 (MSN 84-7547) 441st Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Perry Field, FL. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Perry Field, FL 20Sep43
				17170 (MSN 84-7578) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 2Feb45. Damaged landing at 
					Spence Field 25Feb45 and 7May45. Registered 1946 as NC63698; cancelled
				17171 (MSN 84-7579) 
				17172 (MSN 84-7550) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 
					24Jun44. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged while 
					parked in a collision by AT-6B 41-17216 at Lincoln Field 11Sep45. Registered 1946 
					as NC64445; N64445; cancelled.  To Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik 
					Indonesia (AURI) c.9Jan51.
				17173 (MSN 84-7551) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 11Jan43. 425th School 
					Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus Field, MS. 425th Two Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Columbus Field, MS. Force landed with fuel exhaustion five miles 
					south of Columbus Field 1Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Columbus 
					Field 21Apr43.  
				17174 (MSN 84-7552) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
					when nosed over taxying at Napier Field 3Aug42. 432nd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier 
					Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 30Jul43. Squadron C-1, 2143rd Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped 
					at Tuskegee Field, AL 26Mar45. 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, 
					Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged landing at Frederick Auxiliary Field #3, Grandfield, OK 
					15Oct45. Registered 1948 as NC1034N; N1034N. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1948. 
					Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. To Royal Pakistan Air Force
				17175 (MSN 84-7553) 432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
					Dothan, AL. Crashed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 1Apr44
				17176 (MSN 84-7554) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Napier Field 21Aug42. 692nd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
					Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16701 landing at Marianna Field 10Nov42. 
					Damaged landing at Marianna Field 1Feb43. 701st Two Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 25th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Blytheville Field, AR. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Blytheville Field 22Jul43. Substantially damaged 
					landing at Blytheville Field 9Oct43. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed after engine failure at Eglin Field Gunnery 
					Range #3, Valparaiso, FL 25Feb44. 610th Base Unit (Proving Ground Complement), 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target at 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 31Jan45. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
					Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
					Valparaiso, FL 23Feb45. Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed target nineteen 
					miles southwest of Valparaiso, FL 29Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC55988; N55988. 
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.
					To  Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-42/93
				17177 (MSN 84-7555) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged while parked in a collision by 
					AT-6C 42-44166 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 28Jan44. Registered 
					17Jan46 as NC54891. Registered 28Mar46 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; 
					cancelled 27Dec48. Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47. 
					To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
				17178 (MSN 84-7556) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 
					26May42. Substantially damaged landing at Craig Field 29Jan43. Headquarters & Headquarters 
					Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
					Accident taking off from Craig Field 13Jan44. 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew 
					Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Substantially damaged landing at Marshall 
					Field, Fort Riley, Junction City, KS 1Jun45.
				17179 (MSN 84-7557) 381st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Craig Field 18Feb43. 92nd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force 
					landed after engine failure at Jones, AL 12Jun43
				17180 (MSN 84-7558) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force 
					landed after engine failure at Doerun, GA 29Jul42. Fatal crash after the pilot lost 
					control at Elfers, FL 14Aug42 (1KIS)
				17181 (MSN 84-7559) 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 
					13May42. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying at Spence Field 4Mar43. 
					Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 21Apr43. Crashed into 
					the ground at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 2Mar44
				17182 (MSN 84-7560) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash five miles 
					northeast of Spence Field 19Nov42
				17183 (MSN 84-7561)441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					landing at Atmore CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 30Apr42  
				17184 (MSN 84-7562) 700th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 25th Two 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Blytheville Field, AR. Accident at Blytheville Auxiliary 
					Field #2, Manila, AR 21May43. Substantially damaged in a collision with 
					Beech AT-10BH Wichita 41-26867 landing at Blytheville Field 11Jun43.
				17185 (MSM 84-7563) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision 
					with AT-6C 42-44074 landing at Spence Field 26Mar44. Registered 1946 as 
					NC59370; N59370; cancelled. Exported 9Jan51
				17186 (MSN 84-7564) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
					Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a bird strike three miles southwest of Fitzgerald, GA 
					17Feb45. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, GA 4May45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC69923; N69923. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.1950. 
					Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-43/93
				17187 (MSN 84-7565) 442nd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 31Jul42. 442nd 
					Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17210 at Coolidge, GA 14Jun43
				17188 (MSN 84-7566) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Wrecked when ground 
					looped landing at Spence Field 2Nov42
				17189 (MSN 84-7567) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target eighteen 
					miles west of Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 11Jul45. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary 
					Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 28Aug45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
					San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 26Sep47 as 1467. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
					Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Modified by FAB to T-6G standard. Núcleo do 
					Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 25Sep75. Donated to Paraguayan 
					Air Force / Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1975 as 0151. Grupo Aéreo de Entrenamiento y 
					Transporte (GAET), Base Aerea Ñu Guasú, Campo Grande, Asunción. Reserialled 1980 as 0112. 
					WFU 1988. Scrapped
				17190 (MSN 84-7568) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Spence Field 2Sep43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Force landed after engine failure at Spence Field 7Aug44. Damaged landing at Spence 
					Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, GA 12Nov44. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Spence Auxiliary Field #4, Tifton, GA 12Jan45. Damaged landing at Spence Field 6Apr45.
					Registered 29Jan46 as NC52610; N52610; cancelled 13Feb51. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 
					5Nov50. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY 2Feb51. Exported to Sweden c.Feb51. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16266. F 15 Wing, 
					Söderhamn 10Mar53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
					To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0403
				17191 (MSN 84-7569) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary 
					Field #2, Norman Park, GA 7Aug43. 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin 
					Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 19Dec43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-43857 at Spence 
					Field 8Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC60826; cancelled.
				17192 (MSN 84-7570) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence 
					Field 17Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 8Sep43. 
					2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 9Oct44. Damaged landing at 
					Spence Field 14Dec44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 25Mar45 
					and 31Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC55777; N55777; cancelled 23Mar53. Charles H. Babb 
					Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
					(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl 
					Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16211. F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 17Jan52. 
					Damaged 24Aug53 in a collision on the ground with Saab T 18B, Fv18341. Centrala 
					Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 30Jan57. SOC 12Dec57. 
					To A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
				17193 (MSN 84-7571)American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air 
					Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 29Oct47 as 1484. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos 
					Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC 8Apr69. Registered 9Jan76 as PT-KTG. Serrana S A de 
					Aviacao Agricola, Santos, SP. Modified for agricultural operations. Cancelled 1987. 
					Reported to be with Museu Aeroespacial, Campo do Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 
					1998 [not seen at museum Nov15]  
				17194 (MSN 84-7572) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash fourteen miles southeast of 
					Sylvester, GA 25Jun43 (1KIS).
				17195 (MSN 84-7573) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed and destroyed after a 
					mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32285 at Range #34 of Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 22Mar43
				17196 (MSN 84-7574) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Wrecked in accident with AT-6A 41-17009 taxying at Spence Field 17Jul42
				17197 (MSN 84-7575) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					in a collision with AT-6A 41-16867 landing at Spence Field 3Sep42. 
					Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision 
					with AT-6A 41-16924 fifteen miles east of Craig Field 20Apr43
				17198 (MSN 84-7576) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 3Feb43. 54th Single Engine 
					Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 10Dec43. 2116th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
					in collision with parked AT-6D 42-85950 when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
					Valparaiso, FL 15May45. Registered 15Jan46 as NC52814; N52814; cancelled 26Jul50. 
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1Jun49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G 
					rebuild programs
				17199 (MSN 84-7577) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
					damaged when nosed over landing at Moody Auxiliary Field #4, New River, 
					Nashville, GA 7Jul42. 445th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged by structural 
					failure landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 5Dec42. 2130th Base Unit, 
					Marianna Field, FL. Severely damaged in a fatal mid-air collision with 
					AT-6D 42-84214 on Range #34, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 22Jul44. 2116th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in 
					mid-air collision near Enterprise, AL 1Dec44. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary 
					Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 11Jan45.
				17200 (MSN 84-7578) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
					Dothan, AL. Damaged by structural failure at Napier Field 9Jul43. Squadron C, 2116th 
					Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident 
					with ‘friendly fire’ ten miles southeast of Valparaiso, FL 17Jan45. Damaged landing 
					at Napier Field 24Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC64515; N64515; cancelled 26Jul50. 
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 28Jul49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-86/93
				17201 (MSN 84-7579) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal 
					Airport, AL 20Feb43. 736th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Jackson Field, MS. 
					Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 42-48871 at Jackson Field 20Feb44. Registered 1946 
					as NC75215; N75215. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 21Mar49. Registered 
					5May49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 28Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G 			
					rebuild programs. 
				17202 (MSN 84-7580) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed after mechanical failure four miles southeast 
					of Napier Field 12Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC62343; N62343. United Nations 
					Engineering and Export Corporation, Washington, DC 1946. To Royal Iraqi Air Force Aug51
				17203 (MSN 84-7581) 910th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, 
					Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin 
					Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 11Feb43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Buffalo 
					Municipal Airport, NY 31Jan45
				17204 (MSN 84-7582) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group,
					Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Field 
					22Jul42. 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged by 
					fire in an accident at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Apr44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged while parked in collision by 
					AT-6C 42-3903 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 26Feb45
				17205 (MSN 84-7583)2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field,
					Selma, AL. Damaged after engine failure taking off from Eglin Field Gunnery Range #28, 
					Valparaiso, FL 3Jan45  
				17206 (MSN 84-7584) 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine
					Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in accident with AT-6C 42-3957 
					taxying at Craig Field 16Feb43)  
				17207 (MSN 84-7585)380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Field 10Aug42. 
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 16Sep42. 
					2136th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Apalachicola Field, FL.
					Force landed after engine failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 31May44. 
					Remanufactured as T-6G 51-15102  
				17208 (MSN 84-7586) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing at 
					Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 6Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 
					11Jul45. Fatal crash seventeen miles west of Valparaiso, FL 24Aug45 (2KIS). 
				17209 (MSN 84-7587) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal Crash caused by structural 
					failure five miles north of Spence Field 6Nov42 (2KIS)
				17210 (MSN 84-7588) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed when the pilot 
					bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17187 at Coolidge, GA 14Jun43
				17211 (MSN 84-7589) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					landing at Pinellas Field, St. Petersburg, FL 14Aug42. 443rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
					Valparaiso, FL 14Apr43. 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln 
					Field, NB. Damaged landing at Lincoln Field 12May45. 3541st Base Unit (Technical 
					School), Lincoln Field, NB. Crash landed at Lincoln Field 11Jul45. Registered 29Jan46 
					as N47956; N47956; cancelled 8Mar48
				17212 (MSN 84-7590) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed 
					after a fatal accident in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Field Target 
					Range #P4, Valparaiso, FL 13May42 (1KIS)
				17213 (MSN 84-7591)444th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
					at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 31Dec42. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 2Mar45 and 5Apr45. 
					Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 9May45  
				17214 (MSN 84-7592)444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
					by structural failure at Spence Field 13May42. 444th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged landing at Atlanta Field, GA 15Nov42. Accident taking off from Moody 
					Auxiliary Field #3, Bemiss, GA 23Feb43  
				17215 (MSN 84-7593) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Fatal crash into the ground ten miles west of Nichols, GA 13Aug42 (1KIS).
				17216 (MSN 84-7594) 445th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force 
					landed after becoming lost at Bainbridge, GA 24Apr42. 20th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 10Jul43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 13Dec44. 3541st Base 
					Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision with parked 
					AT-6B 41-17172 at Lincoln Field 11Sep45.
				17217 (MSN 84-7595) Air Corps Ferrying Command, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, 
					Dallas, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Jackson Field, MS 3Apr42. 
					35th Air Base Squadron, Jackson Field, MS. Fatal crash eight miles north of Jackson 
					Field 28Dec43 (2KIS).
				17218 (MSN 84-7596) 890th School Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged 
					landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 20Oct42. 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 		
					Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary 
					Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 23Apr43. Registered 1948 as NC9972H; N9972H. 
					Registered 8Jan52 to Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; cancelled 20Nov52 on 
					export to México.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana c.18Jul52 as EAN-821
				17219 (MSN 84-7597) 890th School Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Crashed and 
					destroyed after engine failure taking off from Tuskegee Field 14Nov42 
				17220 (MSN 84-7598) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 27Aug42  
				17221 (MSN 84-7599) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine) 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Mid-air collision after take-off seven miles north of 
					Ajo, AZ 27Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC67064; cancelled
				17222 (MSN 84-7600)3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field 13May44. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
					San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D 
					standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 as 1420. Base Aérea 
					de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Base Aérea de Natal, RN. SOC at Natal 28Dec56. 
					Reactivated 3Jan58. Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica, Guaratinguetá, SP. 
					SOC at Guaratinguetá 20May75. Ground instructional airframe   
				17223 (MSN 84-7601) 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
					Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Auxiliary Field, East Lake, NV 17Feb45. 
					3022nd Base Unit, Indian Springs Field, NV. Damaged taxying at McCarran Field, 
					Las Vegas, NV 2Apr45. Remanufactured as T-6G 49-3538
				17224 (MSN 84-7602) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					landing at Ajo Auxiliary Field #2, AZ 30Apr42. 947th School Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15914 six miles 
					south of Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 30Oct42 (1KIS).
				17225 (MSN 84-7603) to civil registry in 1946 as NC62908, cancelled 
				17226 (MSN 84-7604) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					in a collision with AT-6B 41-17228 landing at Luke Field 30Apr42. 492nd Base 
					Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Crashed after 
					a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32264 twenty-three miles ESE of Gila 
					Bend 23Mar44 (1KIS
				17227 (MSN 84-7605) 944th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17238 fifteen miles 
					west of Ajo, AZ 13Feb43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by structural failure seven miles north of Ajo, AZ 
					27Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC67770; N67770. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
					Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
					Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
				17228 (MSN 84-7606) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					in a collision with AT-6B 41-17226 landing at Luke Field 30Apr42. 944th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in accident with 
					AT-6B 41-17242 taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 13Mar43. Registered 1946 as NC62928; N62928. 
					Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950.  To Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50
				17229 (MSN 84-7607) 944th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 10Mar43. 
					946th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 17Feb44. 3021st Base 
					Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when 
					ground looped at Las Vegas Auxiliary Field, East Lake, NV 19Feb45. 3022nd Base 
					Unit, Indian Springs Field, NV. Fatal crash at Groom Lake, NV 25Jul45 (1KIS)
			17230 (MSN 84-7608) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
				Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17363 twelve miles south of Luke Field 
				12Aug42. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel 
				Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força 
				Aérea Brasileira 8Aug47 as 1449. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, 
				Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Base Aérea de Natal, RN. SOC 27Feb69.
				Conflict:
					1432 also quoted as 41-17237 (MSN 84-7615)
				17231 (MSN 84-7609) 444th School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16545 landing at Spence Field 8Oct42. 
					946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 13Aug43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC68385; cancelled
				17232 (MSN 84-7610) 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
					330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 12Sep43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC67447; N67447. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
					c.29Nov48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
					Corporation [TEMCO]. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-28/91.
				17233 (MSN 84-7611) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
					Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 21Sep43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. The pilot dropped down to only 
					six feet above Highway #89, 3.5 miles southeast of Wittman, AZ 22Jun44; a wing 
					struck a car, beheading and killing the civilian driver. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with AT-6B 41-17373 three miles south of Arlington, AZ 16Feb45. Fatal crash 
					when the engine failed during take-off at Luke Field 5Apr45
				17234 (MSN 84-7612) 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary 
					Field 29Dec43. 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
					Vegas, NV. Damaged caused by mechanical failure thirty miles northwest of Las 
					Vegas 26Dec44. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 9Feb45. Registered 1946 
					as NC59989; N59989; cancelled
				17235 (MSN 84-7613) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Accident at Luke Field 3Sep42. Registered 1946 as NC58578; N58578. Charles H. Babb 
					Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
					(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.  
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16222. 
					F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 6Mar52. Crashed during a forced landing after engine 
					failure at Hjälmaren, Arboga, Sweden 11Aug54. SOC 27Nov54.
				17236 (MSN 84-7614) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
					Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Fatal crash into the ground at Ajo Field 24May43 (1KIS).
				17237 (MSN 84-7615) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ; code X-215
				17238 (MSN 84-7616) 944th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17227 fifteen miles west of Ajo, AZ 13Feb43
				17239 (MSN 84-7617) Registered 1946 as NC56171; N56171. Registered 28Aug52 
					to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 2Aug55
				17240 (MSN 84-7618) 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 18Dec43. 
					3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 14Jul44. 3028th 
					Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					landing at Ajo Field, AZ 21Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC56170; N56170. USAF 22Jun51. 
					Remanufactured as T-6G
				17241 (MSN 84-7619) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
					Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Ajo Field 30Apr43. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Force landed after engine failure and destroyed six miles southwest 
					of Gila Bend, AZ 16Dec43
				17242 (MSN 84-7620) 944th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17228 taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 13Mar43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC62734; N62734; cancelled [Export C of A issued 24Nov52]. 
					James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC. South African Air Force c.18Nov52 as 7680. Crashed 2Oct62
				17243 (MSN 84-7621) 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary 
					Field 29Dec43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target eight miles 
					southeast of Gila Bend 22Nov44  
				17244 (MSN 84-7622) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
					Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in accident with 
					AT-6B 41-17310 taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 22Mar43. Registered 1946 as NC68950; cancelled
				17245 (MSN 84-7623) 946th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary 
					Field, AZ 25Sep43. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32162 
					five miles south of Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 3Jan44 (1KIS).
				17246 (MSN 84-7624) to civil registry in 1946 as NC67075.  Rebuilt as T-6G 49-2908.  
				17247 (MSN 84-7625) 492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 4Apr44. 
					3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged 
					caused by structural failure at Las Vegas Field 15Dec44. Damaged caused by mechanical 
					failure at thirty miles northwest of Las Vegas 24Dec44
				17248 (MSN 84-7626) to civil registry in 1946 as NC62793, cancelled.
				17249 (MSN 84-7627) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 13Jul45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC56160; N56160. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. 
					Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
				17250 (MSN 84-7628) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed 
					with fuel exhaustion at Ajo Range #3, AZ 3Jul42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target 
					at Gila Bend, AZ 30Sep44. Registered 1946 as NC66867; N66867. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA c.13Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
					Corporation [TEMCO].   To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-19/91
				17251 (MSN 84-7629) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
					at Ajo Range #3, AZ 30Apr42. 947th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
					Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when crash landed 
					at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 17Aug43 
				17252 (MSN 84-7630) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 5Sep45
				17253 (MSN 84-7631) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash into 
					the ground one mile south of Yaqui Town, AZ 1Aug42 (1KIS).
				17254 (MSN 84-7632) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by 
					mechanical failure landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 3Jul42. 947th School Squadron, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed into the ground at Ajo Gunnery Range #4, AZ 3Oct42.
				17255 (MSN 84-76333029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 
					26May44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Ajo Field, AZ 25Apr45. 
					3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target 
					eleven miles northwest of Ajo, AZ 17May45. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 8Oct45.)  
				17256 (MSN 84-7634) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Ajo Field, AZ 5Mar45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC67772. Registered 9Apr47 as OB-LAN-203. Reregistered 30Mar48 as 
					OB-ABD-230; cancelled 28Dec73
				17257 (MSN 84-7635) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-647 and Curtiss P-40N Warhawks 
					43-24488 and 44-7687 being flown by Chinese pilots at Ajo Field, AZ 28Jun45. Registered 1946 
					as NC62712. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 
					c.29Mar48.  To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
				17258 (MSN 84-7636) Registered 1946 as NC56298. Registered 9Apr47 as OB-LAN-203. 
					Reregistered 30Mar48 as OB-ABD-230. Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú 1952
				17259 (MSN 84-7637) 944th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 12Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC67965; cancelled
				17260 (MSN 84-7638) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged by structural failure landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 12May44  
			17261 (MSN 84-7639) 946th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ.
					Damaged by fire at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 22Sep43. Squadron C, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot 
					School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field,  Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 
					27Sep45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.   
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 8Aug47 as 1450. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base 
					Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Accident at Ipameri, GO 29Jun67. SOC
				17262 (MSN 84-7640) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 19Dec44. Registered 1946 
					as NC62702; N62702; cancelled.  To Royal Saudi Air Force 6Aug52 as L-210. 
					Royal Saudi Air Force Museum collection, Riyadh AB 1979. Royal Saudi Air Force Academy 
					collection, Riyadh AB 1987. Exhibited at Royal Saudi Air Force Academy; displayed as 91-713
				17263 (MSN 84-7641) 947th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
					Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ 2May43. Registered 1946 as NC66918; N66918; cancelled. 
					To Royal Saudi Air Force 6Aug52 as L-207. Derelict at Jeddah AB 1970.
				17264 (MSN 84-7642) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Ajo Range #4, AZ 6Jul42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by structural failure at Ajo Field, AZ 17May45. 
					Fatal crash at Ajo Field, AZ 10Sep45 
				17265 (MSN 84-7643) Air Corps Ferrying Command, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. 
					Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX 19Apr42. 
					330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 3Aug42. 
					American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
					15May47 as 1424. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
					Crashed at Patos de Minas, MG 12Apr63 (1KIS + civilian passenger 
				17266 (MSN 84-7644) 947th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
					Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ 16Aug43. 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
					Engine Gunnery Training Group, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 13Feb44. Registered 1946 as NC68281. Reregistered as NC67950. 
					Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force.
				17267 (MSN 84-7645) Squadron C, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6A 41-588 when taxying at 
					Ajo Auxiliary Field #1, AZ 11May45. Registered 1946 as NC67077; N67077. North American 
					Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.2Nov48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
					Corporation [TEMCO].  To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-24/91
				17268 (MSN 84-7646) Registered 1946 as NC57457. The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1946. 
					Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-3/91
				17269 (MSN 84-7647) 946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary 
					Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 5Oct43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC62701; N62701. Registered 28Jul61 to P & B Aviation Inc, Red Bluff, CA. 
					Modified as single-seat tanker. Crashed fighting a fire near Forbestown, CA 3Sep61. 
					Registration cancelled 8Jan62
				17270 (MSN 84-7648) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Accident taking off from Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 2Nov44. Registered 1946
					as NC57442; N57442; cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Jan53]. Volitan Aircraft Services, 
					Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. To South African Air Force 1953 as 7689. 
					Registered 22Oct92 as ZU-ACU; cancelled 22Nov93. Registered Feb94 as N544Q. Reregistered 
					6Feb95 as N7859B. Reregistered Jan97 as N417AS; current [Jun20]. 
				17271 (MSN 84-7649) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17371 landing at Luke Field 14Jul42. 492nd Base Headquarters 
					and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Gila Bend Range #2, AZ 24Mar44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 2May45  
				17272 (MSN 84-7650) 492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary 
					Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 29Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC56293; 
					cancelled
				17273 (MSN 84-7651) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped taking off from Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 8Oct42. 331st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6B 41-17350 taxying at Luke Field 20Nov42. 
					332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
					at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 12Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC61167; N61167. 
					Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950.  To Royal Egyptian Air Force. 
				17274 (MSN 84-7652) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine) Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field, AZ 17Mar45
				17275 (MSN 84-7653) 482nd Air Base Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 24Apr44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 16Jul45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC57402; N57402; cancelled [Export C of A issued 23Jan53]. 
					James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured 
					to T-6D standard. To  South African Air Force Feb53 as 7690. Central Flying School, 
					Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. 
					Longmont Aviation Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to 
					Huntington, IN 1996. Registered as N7690U. The aircraft incurred substantial damage 
					during the landing rollout at Lakeland, Florida 14Apr05. The pilot and passenger were not 
					injured. The flight originated at Lakeland, Florida. The pilot stated that he was cleared to 
					land, and on short final was asked by the tower controller whether he could make the first 
					turnoff from runway 27L. He said the touchdown was normal, but he did not check his 
					speed as he normally would, and thought his speed was slow enough to permit him to 
					lower the tail, apply heavy braking, and make the turnoff. As he attempted the turn, he said 
					that the right wing lifted, and his application of full control deflection did not correct the
					problem before the left wingtip impacted the ground. He said the airplane swerved hard 
					to the right, and the left landing gear collapsed. The airplane slid to a stop, the propeller 
					impacted the ground, and the left wing was bent. Reregistered 6Mar07 as N76BZ; current [Jun20]. 
					Substantially damaged at Falcon Field (FFZ),Mesa, AZ 20Feb10. The pilot said that he was 
					practicing his take-offs and landings with a cross wind. The airplane touched down and 
					bounced, and then the pilot transitioned the airplane to a three-point landing. The pilot r
					eported that the wind lifted up the left wing. He attempted to correct; however, the tail wheel 
					was not yet on the ground. The airplane veered to the left and the right main landing gear 
					collapsed. A witness reported the airplane bounced when it landed, and then it ground-looped, 
					collapsing the right main landing gear. Damaged when the right landing gear collapsed 
					landing at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, Mesa, AZ 10Feb18. 
				17276 (MSN 84-7654) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Luke Field 22Jan44. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
					To Argentine Navy / Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0199. Renamed as Comando 
					de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval 
					Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-211. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la 
					Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; code 5-A-4. SOC 1959
				17277 (MSN 84-7655) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash 
					landed after a mid-air collision at Ajo Field, AZ 13Jan43. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. 
					Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 4Dec44. 
					3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Ajo Field, AZ 13Oct45. Registered 1946 as NC58789; 
					cancelled
				17278 (MSN 84-7656) 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 
					15May44. Registered 1946 as NC67451; cancelled
				17279 (MSN 84-7657) 331st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked when force landed with fuel 
					exhaustion after becoming lost five miles south of Camp Verde, AZ 24Dec42
				17280 (MSN 84-7658) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
					mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17282 five miles southeast of Luke Field 8Sep42. 
					332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed into the ground twenty miles southwest of Luke Field 25Jan44. 
					3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 7Jun44. Damaged landing at 
					Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 25Oct44. Registered 1946 as NC57401. 
					Salvadoran Government Jun49. Prepared for ferry flight at Eagle Field, Dos Palos, CA. 
					To Salvadoran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña Jul49 as 53
				17281 (MSN 84-7659) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Crashed into the ground one mile west of Luke Field 30Jan43
				17282 (MSN 84-7660) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the 
					Chinese pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17280 five miles southeast 
					of Luke Field 8Sep42
				17283 (MSN 84-7661) Squadron C-1, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 24Mar45. 
					Accident Luke Field 25Aug45
				17284 (MSN 84-7662) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
					Substantially damaged at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 19Aug42. 
					442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17162 near Spence Field 24Nov43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Spence Field 7Feb45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC60565; cancelled
				17285 (MSN 84-7663) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 6May42. Damaged in an accident with 
					AT-6A 41-15977 taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 19Jun42. 
					Damaged in an accident with parked BC-1A 39-826 when taxying at Maxwell Field 10Aug42. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 17Aug42. American Republics 
					Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Modified to AT-6D standard. To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 15May47 as 1421. 
					Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crashed when the pilot 
					bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 1333 (44-80985) at Jacarepaguá, 
					Rio de Janeiro, RJ 4Nov54. SOC at Campo dos Afonsos 11Jul56
				17286 (MSN 84-7664) to civil registry 1946 as NC69308, cancelled.
				17287 (MSN 84-7665) 90th School Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at 
					Pittsburgh Municipal Airport, PA 5Sep42. 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in an accident 
					with AT-6B 41-16494 taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 26Apr43. 
					Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-17032 taxying at Craig 
					Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 3Dec43. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Field 21Mar45. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #2, Elmore, AL 27Mar45. 
					3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged 
					while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-656 at Sheppard Field 7Aug45. Registered 1946 
					as NC65652; cancelled
				17288 (MSN 84-7666) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged by a bird strike at Craig 
					Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 9Jun43. Registered 28Feb46 as NC55552; N55552. 
					Carl Hovgard/ Research Institute of America Inc, New York, NY 13Mar48; cancelled 29Dec52. 
					Government of Israel Supply Mission.  To Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1114; code 14. 
					Exhibited at Israeli Defense Force Air Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, Beer Sheva [May19]. 
				17289 (MSN 84-7667) 911th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
					Damaged taxying in collision with AT-6A 41-216 at Craig Field 15Feb43. 2138th Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with 
					AT-6B 41-32213 on the ground at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Jan45. Registered 1946 as 
					NC60865; N60865. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled; 
					Export C of A E-24909. Mexican Government Nov52. No further information
				17290 (MSN 84-7668) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
					Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #5, 
					Hyman Field, Columbia, AL 13Jul43. 612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32579 on the ground at Eglin Auxiliary 
					Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 19Jan45
				17291 (MSN 84-7669) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
					Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #5, Hyman Field, Columbia, AL 5May43. 54th 
					Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged 
					when nosed over landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 6Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after mid-air collision with a 
					towed target nine miles southwest of Eglin Field Gunnery Range #27, Valparaiso, FL 31Jan45. 
					2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
					in collision with AT-6A 41-774 on the ground at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3May45. American 
					Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San 
					Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
					31Dec47 as 1480. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
					Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 19Aug63
				17292 (MSN 84-7670) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
					Damaged landing at Napier Field 14May43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6A 41-17024 nineteen miles southwest of Valparaiso, FL 15Feb45 (1KIS). 
				17293 (MSN 84-7671) 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL.
					 Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #2, 
					Shorter Field, AL 18Feb43. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, Valparaiso, FL 
					23Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 12Jul43. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 18Mar44. 2143rd Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Crashed and destroyed landing 
					at Tuskegee Field 6Jun44. 
				17294 (MSN 84-7672) 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 2Mar44. Accident landing 
					at Tuskegee Field, AL 3May44. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), 
					Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #1, Griel, AL 9May45. 
					Fatal crash after mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15876 ten miles northwest of 
					Tuskegee, AL 16Jul45 (1KIS).
				17295 (MSN 84-7673) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 7Aug42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 17Aug42. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 15Jan43. 
					99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-44329 taxying at Matagorda
					Peninsula Field, TX 8Oct43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow 
					Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 
					20Aug45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel 
					Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 29Oct47 as 1485. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
					Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação, 
					Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
				17296 (MSN 84-7674) 47th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Randolph Field 17Nov42. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 2Dec42. 
					Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed after engine failure at 
					Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 5Jan43. 506th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 9Mar43. 504th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with parked 
					AT-6B 41-17100 when taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 8Oct43. 2532nd 
					Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16009 at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, 
					Davenport, TX 9Jan45. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 3May45 
				17297 (MSN 84-7675) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 7Aug42. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 28Sep42. Advanced 
					Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed after engine failure ten miles west of 
					Kelly Field 7Jan43. 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Falls City, TX 15Apr43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 8Jun44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC65498; cancelled. 
				17298 (MSN 84-7676) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Jul42. 
					504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident with AT-6D 42-44614 
					taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 21Nov43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged when parked in accident by 
					AT-6D 42-85243 at Goodfellow Field 6Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC61408. Vest Aircraft 
					and Finance Company, Denver, CO. Registration cancelled. 
				17299 (MSN 84-7677) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Damaged in accident with parked AT-6C 42-44356 when taxying at Matagorda Island 
					Gunnery Range, TX 1Sep44. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow 
					Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged after taking off from Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, 
					Lane, TX 13Jan45. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 13Feb45. Damaged taxying at 
					Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, Pullium, TX 30Apr45
				17300 (MSN 84-7678) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 22Sep43
				17301 (MSN 84-7679) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16202 twenty 
					miles northwest of Moore Field 16May42. 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 
					23Feb43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda 
					Island Gunnery Range, TX 16Jul43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
					21Sep43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
					Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16525 at Goodfellow Field 30Nov44. Registered 1946 
					as NC66716; cancelled
				17302 (MSN 84-7680) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
					Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Wrecked in an accident with parked 
					AT-6D 42-44531 during landing at Avenger Field 14Jan44
				17303 (MSN 84-7681) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Moore Field 15Sep44. Registered 1946 as NC62520; cancelled
				17304 (MSN 84-7682) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision landing at Freer Field, TX 4Aug42. 
					Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 24Nov42. 506th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32127 five miles southeast of Moore Field 
					26Dec42. Accident at Midland Field, TX 19Jul45. Registered 1948 as NC9605H; N9605H. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish 
					Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16302. 
					F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 26Jan54. F 16 Wing, Uppsala. SOC 12Dec57. 
					A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; used for spares 
					recovery.
				17305 (MSN 84-7683) 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure on a beach on Matagorda 
					Island, TX 23Jul42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field, TX 25Jul42. 
					506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 5Mar43. 
					2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
					Damaged landing in bad weather six miles north of San Angelo 19May45. American 
					Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
					8Aug47 as 1447. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
					Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 9Sep71
				17306 (MSN 84-7684) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
					Force landed at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 3Feb43. 506th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 1Aug43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed after engine failure five 
					miles southwest of Phoenix, AZ 17Jan45
				17307 (MSN 84-7685) 492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend 
					Auxiliary Field, AZ.  Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Gila Bend Range #1, AZ 11Apr44 (2KIS)
				17308 (MSN 84-7686) 346th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Luke Field 3May43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in accident with AT-6C 42-43993 
					taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 16Dec43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Salome CAA 
					Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 14Sep44
				17309 (MSN 84-7687) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked landing at Williams Auxiliary 
					Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 26Apr4
				17310 (MSN 84-7688) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
					Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17244 
					taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 22Mar43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 27Jan44. 946th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary 
					Field, AZ 17Feb44. Registered 1946 as NC58795; N58795. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49.
					To  Royal Pakistan Air Force.
				17311 (MSN 84-7689) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 4Jul42. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after 
					engine failure ten miles southwest of Luke Field 31Jul42
				17312 (MSN 84-7690) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
					at Luke Field 22Jul42. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
					Beardsley, AZ 21Sep43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #4, 
					Wickenburg, AZ 21Oct43 and 18Jan44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
					Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in accident with parked AT-6A 41-16995 when 
					taxying at Luke Field 26May44. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
					Beardsley, AZ 18Dec44.
				17313 (MSN 84-7691) Registered 1946 as NC57405; cancelled 26Jul50. North American 
					Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 25Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and 
					Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-13/91. 
				17314 (MSN 84-7692) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 21May42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 3Aug42. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 14Oct43. Crash landed 
					at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 8Jan44. Fatal crash into the ground five miles 
					southeast of Luke Field 23Jan44 (1KIS
				17315 (MSN 84-7693) 543rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
					Beardsley, AZ 18Feb43. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54838 to St. Louis Flying Service, 
					St. Louis, MO. Registered as N54838. Registered 9Sep49 to Vest Aircraft and Finance 
					Company, Denver, CO. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 14Sep49. 
					Registered 18Oct49 to North American Aviation; cancelled 26Jul50. 
					Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17316 (MSN 84-7694) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
					damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 15May42. 542nd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Luke Field 18Apr43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 17Feb44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, 
					Fighter, AZ 10May45. Registered 1946 as NC63340; cancelled. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA c.25Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
					Corporation [TEMCO].  To Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-5/91
					To South African AF as 7705; to Paraguay AF as 115 in 1980; 
					w/o 19 Dec 1987; repaired (No); to N3171P in Oct 1991; to N522LU; current 2011
				17317 (MSN 84-7695) W542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash
					into the ground one mile south of Luke Field 8Jul42 (1KIS).
					repaired (No); to South African AF as 7710; to Paraguay AF as 118; 
					to N98FP in 1991; current 2011
				17318 (MSN 84-7696) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed in a collision 
					with AT-6A 41-16004 landing at Luke Field 4Jun42
				17319 (MSN 84-7697) Accepted by USAAF 29Apr42. Advanced Flying School (Two Engine), 
					Moody Field, Valdosta, GA [Dec42]; code MY-7. 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in an accident with 
					AT-6C 41-32248 taxying at Marianna Field 4Mar43. 382nd Bomb Squadron, 311th Bomb 
					Group, Waycross Field, GA. Damaged landing at Waycross Field 30Apr43. Registered 1946 
					as NC62753; N62753. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the 
					Philippines 25Feb49. To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
				17320 (MSN 84-7698) 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. 
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 23Aug44. 2116th Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged while parked 
					in collision by AT-6A 41-16709 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 1May45. 
					Registered 1953 as N5849N; cancelled 23Sep70. Destroyed by fire when crash landed 
					after the pilot failed to lower the landing gear at Hidden River Airport, Sarasota, FL 23Feb69.
				17321 (MSN 84-7699) 501st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 
					Waycross Field, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Waycross Field 17Mar44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC61360; N61360. Remanufactured to T-6G standard with MSN SA057. 
					South African Air Force 1953 as 7699. Paraguayan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 13Jun79 
					as 0124. WFU; open storage at Base Aérea Concepción 1989. For sale by auction at Asunción 
					9Feb91. World Wide Aeronautical Industries, Moorpark, CA 9Feb91. Dismantled and shipped 
					to Santa Paula, CA Sep91. Registration N60690 assigned 19Sep91; registered Nov92. Restoration 
					at Leeward Air Ranch, Ocala, FL 1992/93. Substantially damaged during a landing at Salem 
					Airpark (38D), Salem, OH 9Jun02. The flight had departed Orange County Airport (MGJ), 
					Montgomery, New York and landed at Salem to purchase fuel. The pilot touched down about 
					200 feet beyond the numbers on the approach end of the runway. The airplane continued 
					about one-third of the distance down the runway, then veered sharply to the right, into the grass. 
					The airplane continued across the grass apron, and struck an elevated, perpendicular taxiway. 
					The left landing gear collapsed, and the left wing and nose struck the ground. The airplane 
					came to rest at the intersection of the perpendicular and parallel taxiways. The pilot felt 
					that he had made a ground loop, but did not know what started the airplane on its turn to 
					the right. Reregistered 8Nov02 as N48N; cancelled 25Jul13. Substantially damaged at 
					Carson City, NV 14Aug08. During landing the pilot lost control of the aircraft and skidded 
					off the runway into the dirt and sage brush. The left and the right wing tips contacted the 
					runway during the pilot’s attempts to regain control of the aircraft. The left aileron spar 
					was found damaged during repair. Substantially damaged at Carson City, NV 7Nov09. Pilot 
					reported that he took off and made one pass around the airport. Landed, and on roll out 
					with flaps down the engine was cut to idle and the pilot reported he had no rudder input 
					for tail wheel steering. The aircraft rolled off to the right side of the runway and went off 
					into the dirt. The pilot reported both main landing gears broke off and the aircraft came to rest. 
				17322 (MSN 84-7700) 78th Air Base Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Substantially 
					damaged when ground looped landing at Yelland Field, Ely, NV 3Aug42. Advanced Flying 
					School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed six miles north of Napier Field, AL 29Jan43 (1KIS)
				17323 (MSN 84-7701) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed 
					after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 1-16853 at Maxwell Field 3Nov42
				17324 (MSN 84-7702) 78th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Moody Field, 
					Valdosta, GA. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after losing control three miles northeast 
					of Ellington, GA 16May43
				17325 (MSN 84-7703) 94th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 23rd Two Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner 
					Field 19Mar43 and 9Apr43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal 
					Airport, GA 26Jun45. Registered 13Mar46 as NC52225; N52225. Universal Distributors, 
					Dallas, TX. Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 15Sep47. Trade-Ayer Co, 
					Linden, NJ 9Nov50. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ 6Dec51. Modified to T-6D standard. 
					Registration cancelled 15Jul52 [Export C of A E-20737 issued 23Jun52]. Government of México. 
					To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Jun52 as EAN-811. 
				17326 (MSN 84-7704) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Fatal crash 
					into the ground at Anniston, AL 29Nov42 (1KIS)..
				17327 (MSN 84-7705) Registered 1946 as NC60875; N60875. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA 1951. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai AF as F8-139/94 in 1951
				17328 (MSN 84-7706) Headquarters Squadron, 1st Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged landing with structural failure at Eglin Field 14Dec42
				17329 (MSN 84-7707) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
					Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 24Jul42. 
					Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19Jan43. 504th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
					in a collision with AT-6C 41-32272 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 22Aug43. 
					2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Substantially 
					damaged in collision with Vultee BT-13D Valiant 42-17792 taxying at Goodfellow Field 7Feb45. 
					Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1950 as 726; reserialled 1951 as 1625. 
					Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1625. 
					Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, 
					Portugal. Modified for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. 
					Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, Angola. Aeródromo Base No 4, Henrique de Carvalho, Angola
				17330 (MSN 84-7708) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when 
					nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 27Sep42. 483rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. 
					483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Damaged when 
					nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 12Dec43. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17134 eight miles southwest of Aloe Field 2Sep44. 2537th Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Majors Field Auxiliary Field #1, 
					Caddo Mills, TX 19May45
				17331 (MSN 84-7709) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Aug42. 483rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. 
					483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Fatal crash 
					after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32174 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 24Jan43 (1KIS)
				17332 (MSN 84-7710) Registered 1946 as NC68345; cancelled. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA c.11Jan49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17333 (MSN 84-7711) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Field 5May43. 
					Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16223 east of 
					Goliad, TX 14Mar44
				17334 (MSN 84-7712) 60th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-43978 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 6Jun43 
				17335 (MSN 84-7713) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
					Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 9Jun44. 2518th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Enid Field, OK. Damaged taxying at Enid Field 
					26Jan45. Damaged landing at Enid Field 15Mar45. Registered as NC69790; N69790; cancelled.
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 13Mar50. Exported
				17336 (MSN 84-7714) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when nosed 
					over landing at Lake Charles Field 19Aug42. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. 481st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, TX 12Jan43. Damaged taxying at Aloe Field 4Apr43. 
					2525th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Liberal Field, KS. Damaged when 
					ground looped at Liberal Field 26Apr45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 	
					San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Aug47 as 1453. Base Aérea de Canoas, 
					Porto Alegre, RS. Crashed after the crew bailed out at Fazenda Jaburu, 5 km from Amparo, SP 
					8Sep62. SOC as DBR 25May64  
				17337 (MSN 84-7715) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Field 27Apr44. 
					Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 
					1May44. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 42-44628 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 1Jun44. 2518th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Enid Field, OK. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Topeka Field, KS 24Jan45. Damaged landing at 
					Enid Auxiliary Field, Perry, OK 13Jun45. Damaged when ground looped at Enid Auxiliary Field, 
					Woodring Municipal Airport, OK 26Jul45. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. 
					Modified to T-6D standard.  To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0335. 
					Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Combate de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, Base Aeronaval Punta 
					Indio, Verónica; code 3-C-8. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, 
					Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-22. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, 
					Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-240. SOC 1968
				17338 (MSN 84-7716) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
					Range, TX 15Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, 
					Fannin, TX 26Oct43. Crash landed and destroyed ten miles from Bergstrom Field, Austin, TX 23Mar44
				17339 (MSN 84-7717) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6C 42-44406 sixteen miles southwest of Matagorda Island, TX 24Nov43 (1KIS).
				17340 (MSN 84-7718) Lend-Lease to Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del 
					Perú 1942 as 6. XIII Escuadrón de Información y Ataque, Base Aérea Teniente Coronel 
					Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Chiclayo. Reserialled as 7418. XIII Escuadrón de Ataque, Chiclayo
				17341 (MSN 84-7719) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed with mechanical 
					failure 1.5 miles northwest of Luke Field 8Jun43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed after engine failure eight miles 
					southwest of Luke Field 16Oct44. Registered 1946 as NC63077; cancelled
				17342 (MSN 84-7720) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17353 at Luke Field, Glendale 29Aug43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Luke Field 11Sep43. Registered 1946 as NC68387; cancelled
				17343 (MSN 84-7721) Registered 1946 as NC68386; N68386; cancelled. Volitan Aircraft 
					Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 
					as 7673. Registered Jan97 as N68386. Reregistered 5Mar97 as N3198G; expired 17Mar09. 
					Restored 25May11; expired 28Feb19; cancelled 17Jul19. The aircraft was destroyed when it 
					impacted terrain shortly after departure from Falcon Field Airport (FFZ), Mesa, Arizona 17May16. 
					The pilot and passenger were fatally injured. The airplane was registered to Wings of Flight 
					Foundation. Company personnel reported that the accident airplane was in the trail position 
					behind another company airplane of the same make. The purpose of the flight was to 
					depart FFZ and conduct a tour of the area north of the airport before returning. Witnesses 
					located at the airport saw the airplane depart and heard the engine producing ‘popping’ 
					sounds then a loud ‘bang’. One of the witnesses stated that it appeared as though the 
					engine was either not producing any power or not producing enough power. The witnesses 
					further reported that they saw the airplane turning to the right and slowing down. 
					The airplane subsequently impacted the ground and a post-crash fire ensued. Review of 
					recorded radio transmissions from the air traffic control tower at FFZ revealed that, 
					about 2 minutes after the flight of two was cleared for take-off, the accident pilot t
					ransmitted "Dash 2 Mayday". The pilot did not state the nature of the emergency
				17344 (MSN 84-7722) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Luke Field 19Sep43. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
					Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 42-105347 thirty miles south of Luke Field 26Jan44 
				17345 (MSN 84-7723) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
					Beardsley, AZ 21Apr43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Luke Field 11Sep43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary 
					Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 18Sep43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, 
					Buckeye, AZ 11Dec44
				17346 (MSN 84-7724) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 20Aug43. Registered 1946 as NC90631; 
					cancelled 21Mar49 on export to the Philippines. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
					Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng 
					Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
				17347 (MSN 84-7725) 346th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
					at Chinle, AZ 30Mar43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with 
					AT-6C 42-43932 taxying at Luke Field 13Sep43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Luke Field 12Oct43. Registered 1946 as NC62627; N62627. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central 
					Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl 
					Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16209. F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 15Oct51. 
					Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 17Jan57. SOC 3May57. 
					A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York.  To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 
					1958 as 0428. 
				17348 (MSN 84-7726) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ.
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 13Jul43. 332nd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 23Sep43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC57351; cancelled
				17349 (MSN 84-7727) 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. 
					Damaged landing at Mather Field, Sacramento, CA 28Feb43. Registered 1946 as 
					NC56995; N56995; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
					10Feb49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17350 (MSN 84-7728) 948th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6B 41-17273 taxying at Luke Field 20Nov42. 
					332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
					Beardsley, AZ 24Sep43. Damaged landing at Luke Field 16Mar44. 3028th Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged with 
					mechanical failure taking off from Ajo Auxiliary Field #3, AZ 21Dec44. Registered 1946 
					as NC58640; cancelled. 
				17351 (MSN 84-7729) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 14Nov43. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, 
					Wittman, AZ 18Dec43. Registered 1946 as NC68383; N68383. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
					Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 
					1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16288. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 25Aug53. SOC 12Dec57. 
					A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
				17352 (MSN 84-7730) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ.
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 10Jun43. 332nd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6C 42-43875 taxying at Luke Field 24Jan44. 
					3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-85690 thirty-eight miles northwest of 
					Phoenix, AZ 22Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC67087; N67087. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA c.13Mar50. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
					To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-82/93
				17353 (MSN 84-7731) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17342 at Luke Field, Glendale 29Aug43. Fatal crash into the ground at Gila 
					Bend Range, AZ 1Apr44 (1KIS). 
				17354 (MSN 84-7732) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Luke Field 4Jul42 and 14Jul42. 949th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 8Mar43. 345th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 5Aug43. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Luke Field 16Aug43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 17Feb44. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision 
					with AT-6D 41-34289 ½ mile southwest of Luke Field 21Apr44 (1KIS).
				17355 (MSN 84-7733) 377th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Force landed after engine failure eight miles 
					east of Stockton, CA 17May43. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
					San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 26Nov47 as 1489. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
					Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
				17356 (MSN 84-7734) 949th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after losing control ten miles southwest 
					of Luke Field 3Jul43
				17357 (MSN 84-7735) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
					Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 29Oct47 as 1482. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
					Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC 29Oct47.
				17358 (MSN 84-7736) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing four miles north of Luke Field 12Feb43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Luke Field 8Jun43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked in an accident taking 
					off from Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 5Sep43
				17359 (MSN 84-7737) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
					an accident with AT-6A 41-16150 taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 15Jul42. 
					492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged 
					in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-16298 when taxying at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 1Mar44. 
					3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 31May45. 
					Registered as NC56297; N56297; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, 
					CA 21Dec48. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. To Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-131/94
				17360 (MSN 84-7738) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 28Mar44. 
					Squadron C-1, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with an AT-6A taxying at Luke Field 26May45. 
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1946. Registered 1946 as NC90644; N90644; 
					cancelled 25Apr51 on export to Sweden. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
					Exported to Sweden c.19Apr51. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
					Västerås) for inspection and assembly.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
					Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16220. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection 
					and assembly. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 20Mar52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, 
					Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 29Nov56. Sold to Lapplandsflyg 11Jun57. In private hands by 1957.
				17361 (MSN 84-7739) 
				17362 (MSN 84-7740) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32125 eight miles southeast of Luke Field 3Jan43. 
					332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Luke Auxiliary 
					Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 15Nov43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 29Nov44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC67506; N67506. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.13Mar50. 
					Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-87/93. 
				17363 (MSN 84-7741) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash 
					after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17230 twelve miles south of Luke Field 12Aug42 (1KIS). 
				17364 (MSN 84-7742) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
					damaged in an accident with North American P-64 41-19087 taxying at Luke Field 17Jun42. 
					Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 332nd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 22Jan43. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Luke Field 8Jan44. Squadron C, 3036th Base Unit (Gunnery School), 
					Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 41-33027 when taxying at 
					Yuma Field 16Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC64150; cancelled.
				17365 (MSN 84-7743) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked in a 
					collision with AT-6A 41-16049 landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 3Aug42
				17366 (MSN 84-7734) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17378 landing at Luke Field 1Jul42. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with AT-6C 41-32089 two miles southwest of Luke Field 9Jul42. 345th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 18Jul43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32961 
					during take-off from Ajo Field, AZ 2Apr45
				17367 (MSN 84-7745) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 18May42. Force landed after engine failure twenty 
					miles northwest of Luke Field 19Jul42. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed after 
					engine failure at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 7Sep43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC62831; cancelled
				17368 (MSN 84-7746) 
				17369 (MSN 84-7747)American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
					Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 26Nov47 as 1487. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
					Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Damaged landing at Lambari, MG 26May60.  
				17370 (MSN 84-7748) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					the pilot lost control landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 5Jul42. 332nd Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 27Oct43 and 16Jan44. 
					Damaged landing at Luke Field 29Jan44. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a 
					collision with AT-6D 41-15888 at Ajo Field 16Mar45. Registered as NC57418; N57418; 
					current [Jul19]. Damaged when ground looped at Van Nuys, CA 30May98. Race #14 ‘Baron’s Revenge’
				17371 (MSN 84-7749) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
					collision with AT-6B 41-17271 landing at Luke Field 14Jul42. North American Aviation, 
					Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard.  To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación 
					Naval 1949 as 0332. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Combate de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 3, 
					Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-C-5. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base 
					Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-202. SOC 1969
				17372 (MSN 84-7750) Accepted by USAAF 27May42. 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ May42. Damaged landing at Auxiliary Field #1, six miles north of Luke Field 
					26Aug42. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA Apr44. 
					3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA Jun44. Reconstruction 
					Finance Corporation, Ontario Field, CA Oct45. Registered 1946 as NC96224; N96224, 
					cancelled 31Mar11. USAF Museum Loan Program Dec85; on loan to Chanute Air Force Base 
					Air Park, Rantoul, IL. Renamed as the Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum 1993; 
					Noted September 2003 on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace 
					Museum, Rantoul, IL painted as '42-805'.  After this museum closed Oct 31, 2015, 
					moved to National Museum of the USAF, Dayton, OH
					Displayed at the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA
				17373 (MSN 84-7751) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Luke Field 1Jul42. 338th School Squadron (Navigator School), 
					Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged landing at Mather Field 11Mar43. 
					332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32168 landing 
					at Luke Field 17Nov43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17233 three miles south of Arlington, AZ 16Feb45
				17374 (MSN 84-7752) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed 
					when the pilot bailed out after losing control eighteen miles north of Luke Field 4Jun42
				17375 (MSN 84-7753)949th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Luke Field 9Jul43. American Republics 
					Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
					Brasileira 31Dec47 as 1486. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.  
			17376 (MSN 84-7754) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
				Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
				landing at Luke Field 18Jul43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
				Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
				looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 16Sep43. 3028th Base Unit 
				(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
				Luke Field 24Mar45. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-85142 at Luke Field 30Mar45. 
				Damaged in a mid-air collision twenty miles northwest of Tonopah, AZ 12Jun45. 
				Registered 1946 as NC58660; N58660. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
				Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
				for inspection and assembly. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 
				as Sk 16B, serial 16223. F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 5Mar52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, 
				Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
				To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1Oct59 as 0499. Escuadrilla de 
				Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-220. 
				Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-220. 
				17377 (MSN 84-7755) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
					taking off from Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 18Jan44. 3028th Base
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed 
					with mechanical failure at Luke Auxiliary Field #7, Hassayampa, AZ 3Nov44. 			
					3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged landing 
					at Minter Field 28Jun45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC49309. North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA 16Aug49. Registered 2Sep49 as N49309 North American Aviation; 
					cancelled 26Jul50. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-88/93
				17378 (MSN 84-7756) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17366 landing at Luke Field 1Jul42. 332nd 
					Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 21Jun43. 
					Force landed after engine failure three miles west of Luke Field 25Jan44. 3028th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 6Jul44. 
				17379 (MSN 84-7757) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
					Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Luke Field 20Apr44. 
				17380 (MSN 84-7758) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					landing at Luke Field 21Jul42. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after engine failure
					two miles northeast of Luke Field 15Oct42.
				17381 (MSN 84-7759)345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Accident 
					when the pilot lost control landing at Luke Field 7Jul42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary 
					Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 20Mar45. Mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32931 during take-off f
					rom Luke Field 25May45.  
				17382 (MSN 84-7760) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged in 
					an accident with AT-6C 42-4062 taxying at Luke Field 25Dec43.
				17383 (MSN 84-7761) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 9Sep42. 544th 
					Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
					at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 19Nov42. Damaged taxying at Fort Worth Field, TX 
					26Jan43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Luke Field 21Aug43, 21Nov43 and 24Dec43. Squadron C, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 
					17Mar45. Registered 1946 as NC67967; cancelled
				17384 (MSN 84-7762)2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. 
					Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-85335 at Waco Field 21Jan45. 2533rd Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Goodfellow Field 17Apr45. Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação 
					Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 716; reserialled 1951 as 1616. ZE Squadron, Base Aérea No 2, 
					Ota.  To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1616. Modified to T-6G 
					standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. WFU  
				17385 (MSN 84-7763) Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island 
					Gunnery Range, TX 21Jun44. Damaged when nosed over landing at Goodfellow Field, 
					San Angelo, TX 20Sep44. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
					Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Aug47 as 1455. Base Aérea de Canoas, 
					Porto Alegre, RS. Esquadrilha da Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), Base Aérea dos Afonsos, 
					Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crashed during an airshow after a mid-air collision with 
					T-6D 1548 (MSN 119-4012) over Salvador, BA 12Dec56  
				17386 (MSN 84-7764) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with AT-6C 41-32596 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 3May43. 482nd Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
					AT-6B 41-17104 landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 15Jun43. 481st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine 
					failure at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 18Dec43. Squadron C, 2538th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 20Jun44. 
					Accident Texas 7Oct44. Damaged landing at Pawnee CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 4May45.
				17387 (MSN 84-7765) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
					Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17120 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
					Range, TX 29Jan43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in mid-air collision with 
					AT-6A 41-16262 while landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 9Feb43. Squadron C, 
					2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
					Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure at Matagorda Island 
					Gunnery Range, TX 19Jun44
				17388 (MSN 84-7766) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing 
					at Lake Charles Field 28Jul42. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA 28Oct42. 483rd Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda
					Island Gunnery Range, TX 17Mar43. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by structural 
					failure at Randolph Field 31Dec44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin 
					Field, Sherman, TX. Crash landed at Perrin Auxiliary Field #1, Gibbons, TX 31Jul45.
					Registered 1946 as NC61329; N61329. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. 
					Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Apr52]. 
					Government of Israel Supply Mission 29Apr52. To  Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1178
			17389 (MSN 84-7767) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Brazilian 
				Government. Delivery flight by USAAF from USA to Brazil departing Jun42. 
				To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jun42 as 27. Base Aérea de Natal, RN. 
				Reserialled as 1229. Ditched in Rio Potengi, near Natal, RN 22Aug43.
				17390 (MSN 84-7768) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Delivery flight by USAAF from USA to Brazil departing Jun42. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jun42 as 28. Base Aérea de Recife, PE. 
					Reserialled as 1230. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Recife, PE. SOC 7Feb52.
				17391 (MSN 84-7769) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Delivery flight by USAAF from USA to Brazil departing Jun42. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jun42 as 29. Base Aérea de Recife, PE. 
					Reserialled as 1231. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Recife, PE. SOC 18Feb49.
				17392 (MSN 84-7770) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government. Delivery flight by USAAF from USA to Brazil departing Jun42. 
					To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jun42 as 30. Base Aérea de Recife, PE. 
					Reserialled as 1232. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Recife, PE. SOC 18Feb49.
				17393 (MSN 84-7771) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped taxying at Eglin 
					Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 10Dec43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
					Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Wrecked in an accident at Range 6A, Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL 4Sep44
				17394 (MSN 84-7772) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
					Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with the ground at Eglin Field Gunnery 
					Range #31, Valparaiso, FL 20Dec44. Accident involving AT-6C 41-32453 with ‘friendly fire’ 
					on Eglin Field Gunnery Range #30, Valparaiso, FL 4Sep45. Fatal crash landing at Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL 26Sep45
				17395 (MSN 84-7773) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Spence Field 6Jul43. Squadron C, 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
					Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Gunter Auxiliary Field #7, Deatsville, AL 
					14May45. Registered 1946 as NC60691; cancelled
				17396 (MSN 84-7774) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged in a bird strike five miles northwest of Quitman, GA 8Nov44. Damaged landing 
					at Spence Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, GA 9Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC58662; cancelled.
					 Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force.
				17397 (MSN 84-7775) 72nd Air Base Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus 
					Field, MS. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Gulfport Field, MS 20Jun42. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Columbus Field 6Sep42. 441st Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged landing at Spence Field 16Aug43. Force landed after engine failure at Spence 
					Field 10Mar44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Wrecked 
					in an accident at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 7Jul44 (1KIS).
				17398 (MSN 84-7776) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig 
					Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 22Dec43. Substantially damaged when force landed after
					 engine failure at Craig Field 29Feb44. 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), 
					Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged landing at Lincoln Field 22May45
				17399 (MSN 84-7777) Advanced Flying School, Jackson Field, MS. Fatal crash after
					 the pilot lost control at Houma, LA 22Aug43 (1KIS).
				17400 (MSN 84-7778) 424th School Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus Field, MS. 
					Force landed after becoming lost at Savannah, TN 15Sep42. Advanced Flying School 
					(Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed into the ground Spence Auxiliary 
					Field #2, Norman Park, GA 18Jan43. 78th Air Base Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. 
					Wrecked in an accident taking off from Moody Auxiliary Field #3, Bemiss, GA 23Feb43.
				17401 (MSN 84-7779) 425th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Columbus Field, MS. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Columbus Field 29May43. Headquarters 
					and Headquarters Squadron, 28th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Columbus Field, MS. 
					Damaged in collision with Lockheed RB-34A Ventura 41-38024 taxying at Columbus Field 
					21Sep43. 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 10Jan44. 2002nd Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when nosed over 
					landing at Stewart Auxiliary Field #3, New Hackensack, NY 12Aug44. 2510th Base Unit, 
					Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 
					23Jul45. Registered 30Apr46 as NC90640; cancelled 19May49. Crashed at Cliff Garnett Ranch, TX 4Aug46. 
				17402 (MSN 84-7780) 424th School Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus 
					Field, MS. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Brooksville, MS 27Jun42 (2KIS). 
				17403 (MSN 84-7781) 711th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 30th Two Engine 
					Flying Training Group, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Substantially damaged when 
					force landed with fuel exhaustion at George Field 25Nov42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion in a 
					grain field at Morganton, NC 5Jun44. Registered 14Jan46 as NC52620 to the Lodwick 
					School of Aeronautics, Lakeland FL. Registered as N52620; cancelled 18Dec50. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY 27Oct50. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and 
					assembly. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16213. 
					F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 6Dec51. Left wing and landing gear damaged when 
					ground looped landing 19Jan52. CVV for repair 20Feb53; completed 25Mar53. 
					F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 3Feb54. Right wing and landing gear damaged when 
					ground looped landing 29Aug55. Stored 15Oct56. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, 
					Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 17Jan57. F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 8Oct57.
					SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm 30Sep58;
					used for spares recovery
				17404 (MSN 84-7782) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crash landed at Spence Field 19Apr43. 
					Registered 1946 as NC75048; N75048. Registered 5Sep52 to North American Aviation, 
					Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 23May55
				17405 (MSN 84-7783) 425th School Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus Field, MS. 
					Substantially damaged in collision with Cessna AT-17 Bobcat 42-432 taxying at 
					Columbus Field 5Oct42. Advanced Flying School, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
					Crashed and destroyed in a mid-air collision with Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-22784 
					at Maxwell Field 5Feb43 (1KIS).
				17406 (MSN 84-7784) 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita 
					Falls, TX. Damaged landing at Frederick Auxiliary Field #3, Grandfield, OK 28Jul45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC59873; N59873; cancelled [Export C of A issued 16Feb53]. 
					Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
					To South African Air Force 1953 as 7691. Fatal low-level training accident when the aircraft 
					struck trees near Pretoria 24May55 (1KIS). 
				17407 (MSN 84-7785) 424th School Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus 
					Field, MS. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Columbus Field 26Jun42
				17408 (MSN 84-7786) 461st School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Force 
					landed after engine failure at Moody Field 23Jul42. 694th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
					Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32678 taxying at Marianna Field 15Dec42. 
					Ferrying Command, 4th Ferrying Group, Berry Field, Nashville, TN. Departing from 
					Little Rock Field, AR the aircraft was damaged landing in bad weather at Stuttgart 
					Field, AR 25Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC59357; N59357; cancelled 26Jul50.
					North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. 
				17409 (MSN 84-7787) Advanced Flying School, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
					Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 6Feb43. 78th Base 
					Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Substantially 
					damaged when crash landed at Moody Auxiliary Field #2, Lake Park, Valdosta, GA 6Jul43.
					2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
					ground looped at Spence Field 26Feb45. Damaged landing at Spence Field 26Mar45 
					and 28Apr45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, 
					Berlin, GA 17May45. Registered 1946 as NC97763; N97763; cancelled 10Apr50. 
					Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Stored for military or 
					export at a later date..
				17410 (MSN 84-7788) 20th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
					Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary 
					Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 16Jul43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
					Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed target 
					one mile south of Eglin Field Gunnery Range, Fort Walton, FL 14Feb45. Registered 
					26Mar46 as NC52229; N52229; cancelled 24Jul51. Volitan Aircraft Services, 
					Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To South African Air Force 1951
				17411 (MSN 84-7789) 463rd School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged 
					landing at Moody Field 23Jun42 and 14Jul42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
					20th Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged 
					in a collision with AT-6B 41-17151 taxying at Spence Field 29May43. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Spence Field 11Jun43. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence 
					Field 18Nov43. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Spence Field 29Dec43. War Assets 
					Administration, Charlotte, NC. Registered 1946 as NC66213. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los 
					Angeles, CA. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force
				17412 (MSN 84-7790) 463rd School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Moody Field 31Jul42. 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), 
					Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16552 
					taxying at Turner Field 17Jun43. 75th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary 
					Field, Sunset, GA 18Nov43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
					Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 3May44. 
					Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 9May45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC55112; cancelled
				17413 (MSN 84-7791) 463rd School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Moody Auxiliary Field #4, New River, Nashville, GA 24Sep42.
					 694th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 22Dec42. 
					30th Reconnaissance Squadron, 75th Reconnaissance Group, William Northern Field, 
					Tullahoma, TN. Damaged when ground looped landing at William Northern Field 7May43. 
					3022nd Base Unit, Indian Springs Field, NV. Damaged taxying at Indian Springs Field 9Jun45
				17414 (MSN 84-7792) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 84th Bomb Group, 
					Drew Field, Tampa, FL. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Waycross Field, GA 25Jul43. 
					491st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, Drew Field, Tampa, FL. 
					Damaged while parked in a collision by Douglas A-24B Banshee 42-54423 taxying for 
					maintenance at Drew Field 29Aug43. 304th Fighter Squadron, 337th Fighter Group, 
					Pinellas Field, Saint Petersburg, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Pinellas 
					Field 22Dec43. Fatal crash into Old Tampa Bay after the pilot lost control one mile 
					southwest of MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 30Mar44 (2KIS). 
				17415 (MSN 84-7793) 464th School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged 
					when nosed over landing at Moody Field 27May42. 78th Base Headquarters and Air Base 
					Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Fatal crash in bad weather eight miles north of 
					Spence Field, Moultrie, GA 23Jul43 (1KIS).
				17416 (MSN 84-7794) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 7Nov42. 83rd Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at 
					Maxwell Field 17Feb43 (1KIS).
				17417 (MSN 84-7795) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Marianna Field 10Dec42. Advanced Flying School, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 20Jan43. 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), 
					Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 27May43. 
					382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force landed 
					with fuel exhaustion near Hazlehurst, GA 30Dec43. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
					Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged taxying at Shaw Field 3Dec44. Crash landed one mile 
					south of Shaw Auxiliary Field #1, Burnt Gin, SC 1Feb45.
				17418 (MSN 84-7796) 306th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Perry Field, FL 25Sep43. 
					305th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. 
					Damaged taxying at Birmingham Field, AL 20Nov43. Damaged when ground looped at 
					Dale Mabry Field 6Jan44. Registered 1946 as NC64544; N64544. Cobell Industries, Inc., 
					Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. 
					Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
				17419 (MSN 84-7797) Registered 1946 as NC69439; N69439. Texas Engineering and 
					Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 2Nov49. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
					Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-44/93
				17420 (MSN 84-7798) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Marianna Field, FL; 
					code MA 107. 308th Bomb Squadron, 85th Bomb Group, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at Harding Field 22Aug43. 
					500th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 85th Fighter-Bomber Group, Harris Neck Field, Newport, GA. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Harris Neck Field 27Mar44. Squadron C, 
					3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision at Ajo Range #1, AZ 25Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC62635; cancelled. 
				17421 (MSN 84-7799) 464th School Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. 
					Wrecked in an accident taking off from Buena Vista Municipal Airport, GA 19Jun42
				17422 (MSN 84-7800) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
					Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged when nosed over 
					landing at Marianna Field 12Dec42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, 
					Dothan, AL. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Napier Field 6May43. 
					432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Napier Field 3Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 16Jul43. 692nd Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash near Napier Field, Dothan, AL 
					20Oct43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure ten miles southeast of Valparaiso, FL 17Jan45. Accident 
					landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 7Jul45. Damaged landing at Eglin 
					Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 3Aug45. Registered 1948 as NC9593H. Reregistered 1948 
					as NC62144; N62144. Confederate Air Force, Mercedes TX 1966. Confederate Air Force, 
					Harlingen/Midland TX 1969. Registered 1969 as N11171. Rebuilt as a Mitsubishi A6M Zero 
					replica, flying as AI-115. Registered 6Sep91 to the American Airpower Heritage Museum, 
					Midland, TX. Operated by Commemorative Air Force-Gulf Coast Wing, David Wayne Hooks 
					Memorial Airport (DWH), Houston, TX. Registration current [Jun20]
				17423 (MSN 84-7801) 700th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 25th Two Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Blytheville Field, AR. Damaged landing at Blytheville Field 20May43. 
					Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 17Dec43. 2131st Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Gunter Field 2Nov44. Damaged landing at Gunter Field 23Dec44 and 6Apr45
				17424 (MSN 84-7802) 326th Air Base Squadron, Blytheville Field, AR. Damaged while 
					parked by Cessna C-78 Bobcat 42-58236 taxying at Jackson Field, MS 19Dec42. 700th 
					Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 25th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Blytheville 
					Field, AR. Damaged when ground looped landing at Blytheville Field 18May43. 701st 
					Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Blytheville Field, AR. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Blytheville Field 21Jul43. 54th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
					Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when the pilot lost control and stalled 
					landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 19Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident Florida 24Jun44. Damaged 
					by mechanical failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 3Jan45. Fatal crash 7.5 
					miles northeast of Valparaiso, FL 18Jan45 (1KIS). 
				17425 (MSN 84-7803) 424th School Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus 
					Field, MS. Damaged by structural failure at Columbus Field 21Sep42. Squadron C-1, 
					3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged while parked in an 
					accident by AT-6C 42-48800 taxying at Lincoln Field 13Sep45
				17426 (MSN 84-7804) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
					Damaged landing at Spence Field 27Apr45. Damaged when ground looped at Spence 
					Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 3Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC61030; cancelled
				17427 (MSN 84-7805) Advanced Flying School, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 5Jan43 and 21Jan43. 
					Registered 1948 as NC4516N. Registered 28Feb49 as N4516N to Texas Engineering and 
					Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 28Feb49. Registration cancelled 10Mar49
				17428 (MSN 84-7806) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Lend-Lease to Mexican Government Jun42 as 117428. Departed Duncan Field 13Jun42 
					to Laredo Field, TX; Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving 
					Balbuena Field, México City, México 14Jun42. To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de 
					Aeronáutica Militar 14Jun42 as 75; prefixed P [for Patrulla]. Reserialled as EAN-701. 
					Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44.
				17429 (MSN 84-7807) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Lend-Lease to Mexican Government Jun42 as 117429. Departed Duncan Field 13Jun42 
					to Laredo Field, TX; Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, 
					México City, México 14Jun42. To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 14Jun42 
					as 76; prefixed P [for Patrulla]. Reserialled as EAN-702. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. 
					Extant at Mexicali Nov54
				17430 (MSN 84-7808) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Mexican Government Jun42 as 117430. Departed Duncan Field 13Jun42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
					Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, 
					México 14Jun42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 14Jun42 as 77; 
					prefixed P [for Patrulla]. 2º Regimiento Aéreo, Tuxpan, Veracruz Jun42. Serial prefixed B [for 
					Bombardero] by 1943. Reserialled as EAN-703. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44.
				17431 (MSN 84-7809) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Mexican Government Jun42 as 117431. Departed Duncan Field 13Jun42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
					Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, 
					México 14Jun42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 14Jun42 as 78; 
					prefixed P [for Patrulla]. 2º Regimiento Aéreo, Tuxpan, Veracruz Jun42. Reserialled as EAN-704. 
					Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Extant 1983
				17432 (MSN 84-7810) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
					to Mexican Government Jun42 as 117432. Departed Duncan Field 13Jun42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
					Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, 
					México 14Jun42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 14Jun42 as 79; 
					prefixed P [for Patrulla]. 5/o Escuadrón Aéreo, 32 Zona Militar, Cozumel, Quintana Roo [Oct43]. 
					Damaged at Cozumel; under repair 8Oct43. Reserialled as EAN-705. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
					Mexicana 10Feb44.
				17433 (MSN 84-7811) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Mexican Government Jun42 as 117433. Departed Duncan Field 13Jun42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
					Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, México 
					14Jun42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 14Jun42 as 80; prefixed P 
					[for Patrulla]. 2º Regimiento Aéreo, Tuxpan, Veracruz Jun42. The aircraft was flown as a bomber 
					for the first action report Field by a Mexican aviator against the forces of a foreign power when 
					it dropped two bombs on the German U-boat U-129 on 5Jul42. The U-boat, which had sunk 
					two Mexican tankers in the Gulf of México, was forced to make emergency dives four times 
					that day but escaped damage. Reserialled as EAN-706. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
					10Feb44. Escuadrón Aéreo 205, Base Aérea de Ixtepec, Oaxaca. Damaged at Ixtepec Jun50.
41-17434/17493		Republic/Seversky P-35A
				Was EP-106, export version of P-35 ordered by Sweden and designated J9.  On Jun 18, 1940, the USA
					declared an embargo against exporting weapons to any nation other than the United Kingdom.
					On Oct 15, 1940, President Roosevelt signed an executive order requisitioning all the undelivered
					EP-106 aircraft and impressing them into the USAAC as P-35A.  Most delivered to USAAC in
					Philippines Dec 1940/Mar 1941.
				17434	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 26Feb41 when ground looped with mechanical damage at Nichols Field; Accident 31Mar41 
					landing at Nichols Field
				17435	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Iba Field, Luzon, Philippines; 
					Mid air collision 3Sep41 with P-35A 41-17459, 10 miles NE of Clark Field
				17436	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 24Jul41 in collision on the ground with P-35A 41-17438 at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines; 
					Redesignated RP-43A; 17th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, 
					Manila, Philippines; Mid air collision 13Oct41 with RP-35A 41-17445 at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines
				17437	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Force landed 31May41 after engine failure and destroyed at Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines
				17438	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 24Jul41 in collision on the ground with P-35A 41-17436 at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines; 
					Redesignated RP-43A; 17th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, 
					Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; Accident 3Oct41 when ground looped landing at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines
				17439	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 2Jul41 landing with mechanical failure at Clark Field
				17440	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 30May41 in collision on the ground at Nichols Field
				17441	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 28Mar41 when ground looped at Nichols Field; Accident 28May41 landing at Nichols Field
				17442	Redesignated RP-43A; 17th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, 
					Manila, Philippines; Mid air collision 10Nov41 with RP-35A 41-17450 at Candaba, Pampanga, Philippines; 
					Pilot bailed out
				17443	HQ Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 15Jul41 landing at Clark Field
				17444	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Damaged 13Apr41 when ground looped at Zamboanga, Mindanao, Philippines
				17445	Redesignated RP-43A; 17th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, 
					Manila, Philippines; Mid air collision 13Oct41 with RP-35A 41-17436 and destroyed at Iba Field, 
					Zambales, Philippines; Pilot bailed out
				17446		
				17447	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Crashed 23Jun41 after losing control at Paombong, Bulacan, Philippines; Pilot bailed out
				17448	
				17449	[MSN 282-11] To Royal Swedish Air Force/Flygvapnet as serial2126; Göteborg, Sweden; 
					Stored in the improvised museum at the F 9 Air Force Base in Göteborg;  Flown in C-124C To USAF Museum, Wright 
					Patterson AFB, OH; Donated 18Jun71; Displayed as USAAC '17-4MP'; Weeks Air Museum, New Tamiami, FL 1986 
					[exchange with USAF Museum for Grumman Duck N67790]; Damaged by Hurricane Andrew 24Aug92 
					[continued displayed at Tamiami with cyclone damage]; Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL 2000; 
					Stored in restoration hangar 2007, restored to fly 2010/12; Registered N106EP 28Aug91, current [Apr17]
				17450	Redesignated RP-43A; 20th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, 
					Angeles, Philippines; Mid air collision 10Nov41 with RP-35A 41-17442 at Candaba, Pampanga, 
					Philippines; Pilot bailed out
				17451	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 11Apr41 taking off at Nichols Field
				17452	17th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 14Nov41 landing at Nichols Field
				17453		
				17454		
				17455		
				17456	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 20Jun41 when ground looped at Legaspi, Albay, Philippines
				17457	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 12Apr41 landing at Baguio, Luzon, Philippines
				17458	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 13Jun41 landing at Nielson Airport, Manila, Philippines; Accident 16Jul41 landing at 
					Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines
				17459	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Iba Field, Luzon, Philippines; 
					Mid air collision 3Sep41 with P-35A 41-17435, 10 miles NE of Clark Field
				17460	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 16Aug41 landing at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines
				17461		
				17462	17th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 12Nov41 when ground looped landing at Clark Field
				17463	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 6Aug41 landing at Clark Field; 3rd Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, 
					Iba Field, Luzon, Philippines; Accident 4Nov41 when ground looped landing at Iba Field
				17464		
				17465		
				17466	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Crashed 20Sep41 after the engine failed in bad weather at Pozorrubio, Panrasinan, Philippines; Pilot bailed out
				17467	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 27May41 landing at Nichols Field
				17468	20th Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines;
					Redesignated RP-35A; Accident 30Sep41 landing at Clark Field; 
				17469	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 11Mar41 when ground looped at Plaridel, Bulacan, Philippines; Damaged 15Aug41 taxying at Clark Field
				17470		
				17471	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 13Jun41 when ground looped at Nielson Airport, Manila, Philippines
				17472	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 16Jun41 landing at Nichols Field
				17473	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Redesignated RP-35A; Accident 17Sep41 when ground looped landing at Clark Field; 20th Pursuit Squadron, 
					24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Accident 14Oct41 when 
					ground looped landing at Nielson Airport, Manila, Philippines
				17474	62nd Pursuit Squadron, 56th Pursuit Group, Charlotte AAB, NC; Damaged 10Jan42 taxying at Bluethenthal 
					Field, Wilmington, NC
				17475		
				17476		
				17477		
				17478		
				17479		
				17480	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 30Jul41 landing at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines
				17481		
				17482		
				17483		
				17484	20th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Damaged 9Apr41 when ground looped at Nichols Field
				17485	HQ Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 7Jul41 landing at Nichols Field
				17486	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 10Jul41 landing at Clark Field
				17487		
				17488	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Damaged 4Aug41 taxying at Clark Field
				17489	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 4Apr41 landing at Nichols Field
				17490		
				17491	17th Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines; 
					Accident 18Aug41 landing at Iba Field, Zambales, Philippines
				17492	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 24th Pursuit Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 29Sep41 landing at Nielson Airport, Manila, Philippines
				17493	3rd Pursuit Squadron, 4th Composite Group, Philippine Department, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Destroyed 5Sep41 landing at Clark Field				
41-17494/17543		Republic AT-12 
				EP-106 export trainer version of P-35 intended for Sweden but impounded by USAAF and redesignated AT-12 Guardsman.
				On Jun 18, 1940, the USA declared an embargo against exporting weapons to any nation other than the United Kingdom.
					On Oct 15, 1940, President Roosevelt signed an excecutive order requisitioning all the undelivered
					EP-106 aircraft and impressing them into the USAAC 
				17494	[MSN 83-1]	Royal Swedish Air Force/Flygvapnet; Photographed in Swedish markings but not delivered to 
					Sweden; 64th Air Base Group, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX; Accident 28Aug42 when nosed over 
					landing at Joliet, IL
				17495	[MSN 183-2] 92nd School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Accident 19Nov41 
					landing at Craig Field; 81st Materiel Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; Accident 11Aug42 when 
					nosed over landing at Marion, IL; 4100th Base Unit, Patterson Field, OH; Accident 3May43 when 
					ground looped landing at Patterson Field; Accident 20Jun44 when ground looped landing at Billy 
					Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, WI
				17496	[MSN 283-5] HQ Squadron, Southeast Air Corps Training Center, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL; 
					Accident 2Feb42 landing with mechanical failure at Maxwell Field; 2nd Staff Squadron, 
					Bolling Field, Washington, DC; Accident 7Aug42 landing with mechanical failure at Bolling Field
				17497	[MSN 283-6] San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX; Accident 27Dec41 landing at 
					Foster Field, Victoria, TX
				17498	[MSN 283-7] San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX; Crashed 8Dec41 20 miles NW of 
					El Fortin, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico; Pilot killed
				17499	[MSN 283-8] HQ Squadron, Southeast Air Corps Training Center, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL; 
					Accident 8Oct41 landing at Maxwell Field; HQ Squadron, Technical Training Command, Knollwood Field, NC; 
					Damaged 24Jul42 while parked in collision by C-53C 42-47449 at Knollwood Field; 
					Accident 10Mar43 landing at Knollwood Field; 
				17500	[MSN 283-9]	
				17501	[MSN 283-10] Bolling Field, Washington, DC; Accident 30Jan43 landing at Baltimore AAB, MD
				17502	[MSN 283-11]	
				17503	[MSN 283-12] 3702nd Base Unit, Buckley Field, Aurora, CO; Force landed 12May44 with mechanical 
					failure at Lowry Field, Denver, CO
				17504	[MSN 383-13]	90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 18Oct41 landing at Craig Field; Accident 23Oct41 landing at Craig Field 
				17505	[MSN 383-14] 83rd Air Base Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Lubbock Field, TX; 
					Accident 30Mar42 landing at Randolph Field, TX; Accident 20Jul42 in collision with 
					North American BT-9, 36-45 landing at Randolph Field, TX; Accident 31Jul42 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Lubbock Field, TX; 2nd Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, Washington, DC; 
					Damaged 20Nov42 while parked in collision by Aeronca L-3B 42-36092 taxying at Bolling Field
				17506	[MSN 383-15] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 12Oct41 when ground looped landing at Craig Field; Force landed 25Oct41 after engine 
					failure and destroyed near Curtiss-Steinberg Field, E of St Louis, IL 
				17507	[MSN 383-16]	
				17508	[MSN 383-17] San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX; Accident 27Mar42 
					when ground looped landing at Abilene Field, TX
				17509	[MSN 383-18]	
				17510	[MSN 383-19] Royal Swedish Air Force/Flygvapnet; Operated in USA with Swedish markings 
					by Swedish Air Commission; Impressed by US Government; Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, Washington, DC; 
					Force landed 4Nov42 after engine failure and destroyed at Richmond AAB, VA
				17511	[MSN 383-20] 544th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ; Accident 30Dec41 when ground looped landing at Luke Field
				17512	[MSN 383-21] EPD, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 29May42 when ground 
					looped landing at Grenier Field, NH
				17513	[MSN 383-22] 92nd School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 1Oct41 when ground looped landing at Craig Field; Registered NX55811 to 
					Jack Frye 23Jan48, cancelled 7Sep51. Sponsored by the actor Buddy Rogers, and named after 
					the comic strip character Buck Rogers. Flown by Vincent Perron, the aircraft was entered 
					as a 'Super P-35' in the 1949 Bendix Trophy cross-country speed contest, race #61. 
					It was withdrawn at Grand Junction, Colorado, due to continuing engine problems.
				17514	[MSN 383-23] 92nd School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 14Dec41 when ground looped landing at Craig Field; Air Service Command, Robins Field, 
					Warner Robins, GA; Accident 23Apr43 when ground looped landing with mechanical failure at 
					Lake Charles Field, LA; Accident 28Sep43 and destroyed when ground looped landing at Robins Field
				17515	[MSN 383-24] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 27Nov41 and destroyed when ground looped landing at Craig Field; 
				17516	[MSN 383-25]	
				17517	[MSN 383-26] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 4Aug41 landing at Legion Field, Selma, AL
				17518	[MSN 383-27] HQ Squadron, Southeast Air Corps Training Center, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL; 
					Accident 14Jun42 when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field; 1st Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, 
					Washington, DC; Accident 18Nov42 landing with mechanical failure at Lambert Field, MO
				17519	[MSN 383-28] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Crashed 8Nov41 with fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Amelia, OH; Pilot bailed out
				17520	[MSN 383-29] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 20Oct41 when ground looped landing at Craig Field; 375th School Squadron, 
					Advanced Flying School, Stockton Field, CA; Crashed 3Aug42 with mechanical failure 
					18 miles E of Stockton; Pilot bailed out
				17521	[MSN 383-30] 99th Materiel Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX; Accident 8Jul42 
					when nosed over landing at Moore Field
				17522	[MSN 383-31] San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX; Accident 11Jun41 landing at Duncan Field
				17523	[MSN 383-32] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Accident 4Aug41 
					landing at Barksdale Field, LA; 57th Air Base Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Accident 1Nov41 
					when ground looped landing at Craig Field; 81st Air Base Squadron, Aerial Gunnery School, 
					Harlingen Field, TX; Accident 11Sep42 when landing at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL; 
				17524	[MSN 483-33] HQ Squadron, Southeast Air Corps Training Center, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL; 
					Accident 12Apr42 landing with mechanical failure at Maxwell Field; Accident 13May42 when 
					nosed over landing at Maxwell Field
				17525	[MSN 483-34] 90th School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Accident 4Aug41 
					landing at Craig Field; 86th Air Base Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Midland Field, TX; 
					Accident 20Apr42 landing at Midland Field; 2nd Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, Washington, DC; 
					Force landed 21Nov42 after engine failure at Warrenton, NC
				17526	[MSN 483-35]	
				17527	[MSN 483-36]	
				17528	[MSN 483-37] 13th Materiel Squadron, 10th Air Base Group, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL; 
					Accident 3May42 when ground looped landing at Chanute Field; HQ Squadron, Boca Raton Field, FL; 
					Accident 16Aug42 when ground looped landing at Chanute Field
				17529	[MSN 483-38] Registered NX55539; Used for mapping in Latin America; Archie Baldocchi, El Salvador; 
					Registered YS-114; Open storage at Nogales, AZ; later stored at Banning, CA 1960; 
					Ed Maloney/ Air Museum, Ontario, CA 1963; Air Museum/ Planes of Fame, Chino, CA 1980; 
					Restored to airworthiness at Chino 2005/06, first flight May06; Registered N55539, current [Apr17]
				17530	[MSN 483-39] 474th School Squadron, Enid Army Flying School, OK; Accident 10Jun42 landing at Enid; 
					2nd Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, Washington, DC; Accident 30Sep42 when nosed over landing at 
					Lexington Municipal Airport, KY
				17531	[MSN 483-40]	91st School Squadron, Southeast Air Corps Training Center, Maxwell Field, 
					Montgomery, AL; Accident 25Mar42 when ground looped landing with mechanical failure at Birmingham, AL; 
					4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Damaged 27Mar43 taxying at Grand Island AAB, NB
				17532	[MSN 483-41] 52nd School Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX; Crashed 5Sep41 after engine 
					failure 10 miles S of Gonzales, TX; Pilot bailed out
				17533	[MSN 483-42]	
				17534	[MSN 483-43] 92nd School Squadron, Barksdale Field, LA; Accident 21Jan41 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Barksdale Field, LA
				17535	[MSN 483-44]	
				17536	[MSN 483-45] 92nd School Squadron, Barksdale Field, LA; Damaged 6Jan41 in collision with AT-12 
					41-17538 on the ground at Barksdale Field
				17537	[MSN 483-46]	
				17538	[MSN 483-47] 92nd School Squadron, Barksdale Field, LA; Damaged 6Jan41 in collision with AT-12 
					41-17536 on the ground at Barksdale Field
				17539	[MSN 483-48] Bolling Field, Washington, DC; Accident 25Oct42 landing at Washington National Airport, DC
				17540	[MSN 483-49]	
				17541	[MSN 483-50] 92nd School Squadron, Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
					Accident 19Oct41 landing at Dothan Municipal Airport, AL; 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
					Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen Field, TX; Accident 27Apr44 landing with mechanical failure 
					at Harlingen Field
				17542	[MSN 483-51] Advanced Flying School, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Crashed 8Aug41 with mechanical 
					failure landing near Kelly Field, TX
				17543	[MSN 483-52] 2nd Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, Washington, DC; Accident 11Feb43 when ground looped 
					landing at Melbourne, FL				
41-17544/17624		Martin B-26B Marauder
				17545 used as prototype for CB-26B cargo transport version.
				17546 (95th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) ditched from unknown cause near Parnamirin Field, Natal, Brazil while on ferry
					flight sometime in 1942.  Fate of crew unknown, aircraft was destroyed.
				17547 Named "Bugs Bunny"   42BG-70BS
				17548 w/o Aug 16, 1943 in landing at Memphis MAP, TN
				17549 w/o Dec 2, 1943 in crash Wilmington, NC when ran out of fuel.  Crew bailed out.
				17550 (38th BG, 69th BS, 13th AF) shot down by AAA over Rekata Bay, Santa Isabel Island in the Solomon
					Islands Jan 7, 1943.  MACR 16544.  All seven crew killed.
				17551 (22nd BG) crashlanded Oct 14, 1942 during violent rainstorm at
					Williamtown, NSW.  Pilot killed.
				17552 damaged Oct 1, 1942 in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, LA
				17553 (22nd BG) crashlanded on North Stradbroke Island, Ocean Beach, QLD 
				17556 Named "The Hattie M"   38BG-69BS
				17557 Damaged 30 Nov 1942  taxi accident at Myrtle Beach, SC with P-40 41-13997  323BG-456BS
				17558 (38th BG, 70th BS, 5th AF) ditched at sea 323 mi SE of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands during 
					storm Nov 15, 1942.  MACR 16322.  All seven crew killed.
				17562 Named "Miss Cookie Lee"   42BG-70BS
				17564 Named "Irene",  w/o 12 Aug 1942  taxi accident, ran into a drainage ditch,
					fuselage split in two, at Hickam Fd, HI??        42BG-70BS
				17567 (38th BG, 69th BS, 13th AF) in takeoff accident at McClellan Field, California May 22, 1942.  Scrapped
					at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal in Solomon Islands due to flak damage Jan 7, 1943.
				17569 Badly damaged, 11 Mar 1943 on t/off starboard tire blew out & ollided with,
					42-53435 at Tontouta Fd, New Caledonia    42BG-70BS
				17570 (38th BG, 679th BS, 5th AF) shot down by flak and fighters in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  MACR 16386. 
				17574 (22nd BG, "Gallopin' Ghost") crashed in Hawaii Dec 24, 1942.  Also listed as being with 70th BS, 38th BG, 5th AF
					and crashed on landing at Narewa Airfield Fenton Fiji Islands Dec 24, 1942.  All crew survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				17575 (70th BS, 38th BG, 5th AF, 5th AF) damaged Dec 2, 1942 in takeoff accident at Narewa Field, Fiji.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				17576 (70th BS, 42nd BG, 13th AF) in takeoff accident at Narewa Field, Fenton, Fiji Islands
					Apr 19, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				17577 w/o Nov 17, 1943 in takeoff accident at Jetmore Aux Field, KS
				17578 (38th BG, 69th BS) in landing accident at McDlellan Field, California May 27, 1942.
				17579 Named "Mormon Meteor"   38BG-69BS, transferred to 70BS and re-named,  "Galloping Ghost", later re-named "Peace Terms"
				17580 (22nd BG)
				17581 Named "Wingless Wonder"
				17582 damaged Mar 4, 1943 in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA 
				17583 (21st BG, 313rd BS0 in taxiing accident at MacDill Field, Florida Jul 11, 1942.
				17584 Named "Liberty Bell", w/o 3 Jul 1942  On flight Hickam, HI to Christmas Island,
					#2 engine caught fire, 4 crew, 2 survived    38BG-70BS
				17585 (38th BG, 69th BS, 5th AF) abandoned by crew over Espiritu Santo Island in the New Hebrides when ran 
					out of fuel Sep 18, 1942.  All crew rescued.
				17586 (38th BG, 70th BS, 13th AF) shot down by AAA over Munda airfield on New Georgia in the Solomon Islands
					Jan 3, 1943.  All six crew bailed out over Rendove Island and were rescued Jan 5, 1943 by submarine USS Grayback
					SS-208
				17588 (38th BG, 69th BS) hit by AAA over Rekata Bay and abandoned at Henderson Field Jan 7, 1943
				17589 (2nd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) in forced landing from unknown cause at Near Maroondan, Queensland, Australia Nov 5, 1943.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				17590 (38th BG, 70th BS) crashed after midair collision with P-39 41-7043 Oct 13, 1942 south
					of Itai Island, Fiji.
				17593 (22nd BG) ditched 100 mi NW of Darwin, Australia Nov 3, 1942.  While returning
					on one engine after being hit over target at Dili, Timor, pilot was forced
					to crashland in sea of Cape Helvetius, 200 mi NW of Darwin, Australia.
					One cremember died from injuries, others rescued by boat 17 hours later.
				17594 (28 FR SQ, 6 FG) crashed into San Pablo Bay shortly after takeoff from Hamilton Field, California
					Aug 8, 1942.  All onboard killed.
				17595 w/o Nov 11, 1942 due to engine failure and made forced landing at Jacksonville AAB, FL
				17596 (22nd BG) flown against shipping in Buna area
				17597 (319th BG, 437th BS) crashed 2 miles S of Barksdale Field, Louisiana due to engine failure on takeoff Jul 16, 1942.
				17598 w/o Jul 24, 1943 in fatal taxi accident at Dodge City AAF, KS
				17601 (22nd BG) Flown to Eagle Farm Depot, Brisbane, Australia for disposal.
				17602 w/o Feb 5, 1943 in landing at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17603 (31st BG, 313rd BS0 crashed 6 mi S of Lakeview, Ohio Jul 27, 1942.
				17604 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Jan 1943 to
					Oct 1943.  and used to investigate engine overheating.
					In landing accident at Albuquerque AB, New Mexico Aug 1, 1942
				17605 w/o Mar 6, 1943 in crash after stalling 10 mi ENE of Newton, TX.  Also listed as being with 70th BS, 42nd BG, 13th AF
					and involved in landing accident Apr 21, 1943 at Narewa Airfield, Fenton, Fiji Islands.  All crew survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				17606 w/o Dec 3, 1942 in crash off Venice, FL
				17608 w/o Aug 27, 1942 in fatal force landing at Mulberry Grove, FL
				17609 damaged Sep 3, 1943 in forced landing at MacDill Field, FL
				17610 collided in midair with 41-17625 Feb 28, 1943 over Avon Park, FL bombing range.
					Both crews (total of 11) killed.  
				17611 w/o Nov 18, 1942 in takeoff accident at MacDill field, FL
				17612 w/o Nov 18, 1942 in forced landing 2 mi SE of Drane Field, FL
				17613 dmaged Sep 3, 1942 in takeoff accident at Harding Field, LA
				17615 w/o Apr 21, 1943 in landing at Narewa Field, Fiji
				17616 w/o Sep 21, 1942 in crash 14 mi SE of Vinton, LA
				17618 w/o Sep 8, 1943 in landing at MacDill Field, FL
				17619 collided in midair with 41-17625 Feb 28, 1943 over Avon Park, FL bombing range.
					Both crews killed.
				17620 named "Hanger Queen"
				17624 w/o Nov 18, 1942 in landing at Ft Myers, FL
41-17625		Martin B-26B-3 Marauder
				17625 collided in midair with 41-17610 Feb 28, 1943 over Avon Park, FL bombing range.
					Both crews (total of 11) killed.  The rear fuselage was repurposed as a gunnery training aid 
					at Tyndall Field's flexible gunnery school.
41-17626/17644		Martin B-26B Marauder
				17626 w/o Sep 5, 1942 in takeoff accident at Ft Myers, FL
				17627 w/o Oct 19, 1942 in forced landing Peter O. Knight Apt, Tampa, FL
				17631 (322nd BG, 450th BS) in ground collision 3 mi W of Plant City, Florida Aug 20, 1942.  Crew killed.
				17633 damaged Nov 8, 1942 in ground accident at MacDill Field, FL
				17635 w/o Dec 4, 1942 missing in Myrtle Beach, FL area.
				17639 w/o Oct 22, 1942 in landing at Hendricks Field, FL
				17640 w/o Oct 22, 1942 in takeoff accident at MacDill Field, FL.  W/o Jul 12, 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA
				17641 damaged Oct 27, 1943 in landing at Dodge City AAF, KS
				17642 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th AF) hit by AAA near Gabes, Tunisia Jan 15, 1943 and crash landed in enemy territory.
					Three crew became POW but escaped and returned to unit.  Three crew never heard from again.
				17644 w/o Dec 2, 1942 in crash at Wilmington, NC.  Ran out of fuel and crew bailed out.
41-17645/17851		Martin B-26B Marauder
				Unofficially known as B-26B-1.
				17645 w/o Jan 5, 1943 in crash 15 mi W of Barksdale Field, LA
				17646 w/o May 11, 1943 in landing at Barksdale Field, LA
				17647 damaged Sep 8, 1942 in landing at Barksdale Field, LA
				17648 at Willow Run for testing Ford-built P&W engines. Charles Lindbergh was assigned as flight test engineer. 
					Later assigned to Burbank, Fort Worth, Ypsilante, Romulus, Dodge and Tinker. SOC Sep 20, 1943. 
				17649 w/o May 22, 1943 in landing at Barksdale Field, LA
				17650 Named "Hornet's Nest"  322BG-450BS.  Damaged Jul 6, 1943 in takeoff accident at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17651 (17th BG, 34th BS) in midair collision 20 mi SE of Ozark, Arkansas Aug 14, 1942.
				17652 w/o Dec 2, 1943 in crash at Wilmington, NC.  Ran out of fuel and crew bailed out.
				17653 w/o Apr 23, 1943 in landing at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL.  Fatal
				17657 damaged Jan 16, 1943 in landing at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17659 damaged Jun 13, 1943 in takeoff accident at MacDill Field, FL
				17660 s/o Nov 25, 1942 in crash at Ft Myers, FL due to engine failure.
				17661 w/o Feb 2, 1942 in crash at Tampa Bay, FL
				17662 w/o Nov 5, 1942 in takeoff accident at Myrtle Beach AAB, SC
				17663 damaged Sep 8, 1944 in taxi accident at Douglas Plant, Long Beach, CA
				17664 w/o May 10, 1943 in crash at West Plains, MO.  Crew bailed out.
				17665 damaged Jul 26, 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS
				17667 w/o Oct 29, 1942 in landing at Ft Myers, FL
				17668 w/o Oct 28, 1942 in crash at Venus, FL
				17669 w/o May 25, 1943 in takeoff accident.  Ditched into Tampa Bay, FL
				17670 w/o Jun 8, 1943 in forced landing at Shaw Field, SC
				17671 became prototype for B-26B-20 and B-26C-20.
				17672 (21st BG, 315th BS) in takeoff accident at Raleigh, North Carolina Aug 9, 1942.  Crew killed.
				17673 crashed Nov 1, 1942 on return from training flight at MacDill Field, FL
				17674 (21st BG, 215th BS) in forced landing 2 mi S of Gibson, Florida Aug 20, 1942 due to engine failure.
				17675 w/o Nov 16, 1942 in forced landing at Myrtle Beach, SC
				17676 w/o Mar 1, 1943 in fatal crash at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17677 w/o Sep 17, 1943 in forced landing at MacDill Field, FL
				17679 (320th BG, 442nd BS) in takeoff accident at Drane Field, Florida Aug 10, 1942
				17680 (21st Bg, 388th BS0 in landing accident at MacDill Field, Florida Jul 2, 1942
				17682 w/o Sep 27, 1942 in crash at Clearwater, FL
				17683 damged Sep 4, 1942 in ground accident at MacDill Field, FL.  Jumped chocks.
				17684 (452nd BS) in landing accident at Pinella County Airport, Florida Aug 26, 1942.
				17685 W/o 20 Sep 1942 at Jacksonville, FL.  Also listed as w/o Jun 1, 1943 in landing at Avon Park, FL.  
				17686 damaged Sep 16, 1942 in taxi accident at MacDill Field, FL
				17687 w/o Jan 1, 1943 in fatal crash 20 mi E of West Palm Beach, FL
				17688 w/o Feb 8, 1943 in taxi accident at MacDill Field, FL
				17694 w/o Jun 2, 1943 in takeoff acccident at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17695 w/o Jun 1, 1943 in landing at Avon Park, FL
				17696 w/o Nov 13, 1942 in crash 3 mi SW of New Bern, NC.  Ran out of fuel
				17698 w/o Feb 3, 1943 in landing at Barksdale Field, LA
				17700 (443rd BS) crashed at sea 9 mi W of Egmont Key, Florida Aug 5, 1942.  Crew killed.
				17701 w/o Oct 4, 1942, Florida
				17702 w/o Nov 15, 1942 in crash 7 mi SE of Columbia AAB, SC
				17703 w/o May 15, 1944 in ground accident at Scott Field, IL
				17704 w/o Nov 26, 1942 in crash 25 mi N of Pensacola, FL
				17706 w/o Sep 21, 1942 in forrced landing at Henderson Field, FL
				17708 (556th BS, 387th BG) in ground collision Mar 11, 1943.
					5 killed.  Another reference has this plane as
					having its tail fall off during pull out.
				17709 (310th BS) crashed into Tampa Bay Jul 21, 1942.  Crew killed.
				17710 damaged Mar 9, 1943 Lake Charles AAB, LA
				17711 w/o Nov 18, 1943 in landing at MacDill Field, FL
				17713 w/o Jul 31, 1943 Dodge City AAF, KS
				17715 w/o Mar 2, 1943 in fatal takeoff accident at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17716 w/o Jul 26, 1943 in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, LA
				17717 w/o Jan 13, 1943 Myrtle Beach, SC
				17718 w/o Nov 19, 1942 landing at Drane Field, Lakeland, FL
				17719 w/o Sep 28, 1942 in crash 6 mi NE of Plant City, FL (structural failure)
				17720 w/o Nov 26, 1942 in crash Ft Myers, FL
				17721 w/o Sep 5, 1942 when stalled and crashed 5 mi NE of St Petersburg, FL
				17722 w/o Nov 24, 1942 in landing at Big Springs, Texas
				17723 w/o May 27, 1943 in takeoff accident and cras 1 mi SE of Selman Field, LA
				17724 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Rabbit/Red Hot") in takeoff crash Jun 15, 1943
				17725 w/o Oct 26, 1942 in takeoff accident at Drane Field, Lakeland, FL
				17728 w/o Oct 18, 1942 in forced landing at Barksdale Field, LA
				17729 (17th BG, 95th BS) in forced landing 15 mi SW of Barksdale Field, Louisiana Aug 8, 1942.
				17730 w/o Sep 16, 1942 in ground accident at Barksdale Field, LA
				17732 damaged Sep 2, 1942 in taxi accident at Barksdale Field, LA
					w/o Jun 20 1943 Keithville, LA
				17735 (319th BG, 440th BS) crashed near Independence, LA after engine failure Aug 31, 1942
				17736 (319th BG, 439th BS) collided in midair with 41-17739 Aug 21, 1942, Harding Field, Lousiana.  All crew killed
				17738 (319th BG, 439th BS) in takeoff accident from Columbia AAB, South Carolina Jul 26, 1942 due to engine failure.
				17739 (319th BG, 439th BS) collided in midair with 41-17736 Aug 21, 1942, Harding Field, Louisiana.  All crew killed.
				17740 (17th BG, 34th BS) in takeoff accident due to engine fire at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Aug 5, 1942.
				17742 (319th BG, 437th BS) in takeoff accident at Harding Field, Louisiana Aug 24, 1942.
				17743 w/o Dec 24, 1942 in fatal landing accident at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17745 Named "Pretty Buggy"  319BG-440BS
				17746 (320th BG, 442nd BS) crashed Jul 3, 1943.
				17747 (17th BG, 37th BS) hit by AA and belly landed at Telergma Mar 23, 1943
				17748 (319th BG, 437th BS, 12th AF) crashed into a mountain at Palestrol, Algeria due to icing and bad weather Dec 12, 1942.
					MACR 16246.  All six crew killed.
				17749 (319th BG, 437th BS) stranded on Northern route.
				17751 (439th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) flew into high ground at Hunnington, Yorkshire, England during bad weather Nov 12, 1942.
					All six crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				17752 (319th BG, 438th BS) landing gear collapsed at BW-1 Sep 28, 1942
				17753 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				17754 Named "Susfu"    319BG-439BS
				17755 (319th BG, 437th BS) damaged by AAA and salvaged Dec 18, 1942
				17757 (17th BG, 34th BS, "Ole 757") hit by bomb from another B-26 and
					exploded Jul 17, 1943 near Naples, Italy.  5 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 246
				17758 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				17759 (319th BG, 437th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Bay of Tunisia Dec 15, 1942.  All six crew killed. Plane wreck
					discovered during a routine dredging operation and remains
					and personal effects recovered in 2001, and all were buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Apr 24, 2003.
				17760 (319th BG, 439th BS) lost between Greenland and Labrador Dec 8, 1942
				17761 Named "Boomerang"   319BG-440BS
				17762  Named "Lovely Louise"   319BG-439BS
				17763 (320th BG, 443rd BS, "Bad Penny") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Hans Feyerlein of
					JG 53/6 and crashed into Tyrrenian Sea off Lipari, Italy Jul 24, 1943. MACR 343.
					6 KIA 
				17765 Named "Lady Halitosis"   320BG-441BS 
				17766 (319th BG, 439th BS) exploded in midair Dec 18, 1942
				17767 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost out of Bear Field Sep 26, 1942
				17768 (442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) caught fire and crashed into Mediterranean Sea off coast of
					Sardinia near St Vith May 9, 1943.  MACR 15580.  All seven crew killed.
				17769 named "Nightmare"
				17771 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed by P-38 at Telergma Jan 6, 1943
				17772 (319th BG, 440th BS) lost on route Sep 20, 1942
				17774 (319th BG, 439th BS) MIA over France Nov 12, 1942
				17775 (Air Transport Command) destroyed Jun 8, 1943 in ground fire at Bluie West One (BW-1) airfield, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland
				17776 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Most Likely") crashlanded Apr 23, 1943
				17777 (319th BG, 439th BS) MIA over France Nov 12, 1942
				17778 w/o Sep 18, 1942 in takeoff accident at Drane Field, Lakeland, FL
				17779 Named "So Sorry"   17BG-34BS
				17780 (439th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) lost Dec 8, 1942, missing over Atlantic Ocean while on ferry flight from USA to England.
					MACR 15726.  All crew killed.
				17781 w/o Jun 5, 1943 in fatal crash 3 mi sa of Jersey, GA
				17782 w/o Dec 19, 1942 in forced landing near Chatham, ME.  Ran out of fuel.
				17783 w/o Nov 16, 1942 in taxi accident at Daniel Field, GA
				17784 (17th BG, 95th BS) crashed at Algiers, Algeria Dec 19, 1942 while
					enroute from USA.  All 7 on board killed.
				17786 (319th BG, 438th BS) spun in near BW-1 and damaged Oct 6, 1942
				17789 crashed into Tampa Bay moments after takeoff Sep 8, 1942.
				17790 (319th BG, 437th BS) captured by Germans Oct 3, 1942 at Noord Beveland, Netherlands
					after crashlanding on beach.
				17791 (320th BG, 444th BS, 12th AF) missing at sea in S Atlantic Ocean Dec 18, 1942 while of ferry flight from Ascension Island
					to Accra, Ghana.  MACR 15946.  All Six crew killed
				17792 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Nana") crashed on takeoff at Massicault,
					Tunisia Jul 8, 1943.
				17793 (319th BG, 438th BS) shot down by AAA over El Aouina Feb 13, 1943
				17795 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashlanded at Telergma Feb 3, 1943 and salvaged.
				17798 w/o Jun 27, 1944 in ground accident at Benina, Libya
				17802 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashlanded at Bone, Algeria and salvaged 
				17803 (319th BG, 438th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Sousse harbor, Tunisia Dec 18, 1942.  MACR 15620.
					All six crew killed.
				17804 w/o Mar 9 1944 in takeoff accident at Telergma, Algeria
				17805 w/o Feb 23, 1943 in fatal csh off Venice, FL
				17806 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed at Middle-Wallop Nov 5, 1942
				17807 w/o Mar 27, 1943 in fatal crash 10 mi NW of Barksdale Field, LA
				17809 Named "Gimzy Inc"   17BG-34BS 
				17810 Named "Scareless Joe"   17BG-95BS
				17811 (1st Bombardier Training Squadron, 12th AF) crashed from unknown cause Mar 14, 1944 in Algeria.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				17812 (1st TSS, 12th AF) w/o Nov 19, 1943 in landing accident at Telergma airfield, Algeria.  All crew survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				17813 w/o Oct 3, 1942 in fatal crash 6 mi w of Akron, Ohio
				17814 (319th BG, 438th BS) shot down during sea sweep Jan 29, 1943
				17815 (319th BG, 438th BS) shot down by AAA over Bizerte Dec 4, 1942
				17817 w/o Oct 20, 1942 in taxi accident at Baer Field, IN
				17820 (319th BG) overshot landing at Warmwell Nov 12, 1942.
				17822 (319th BG, 438th BS) damaged by fighters and crashlanded at sea Jan 23, 1943
				17823 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				17826 (17th BG, 34th BS, "Speed Widget") hit by AAA and ditched 40 mi SW of Naples, Italy Jul 17, 1943. 
					6 rescued and made POW. MACR 245.   
				17827 w/o Oct 13, 1942 in ground accident at Presque Isle AAF, ME
				17828 Named "Flak Eater"   17BG-37BS
				17829 (17th BG, 432nd BS, "Arleen") declared war weary Oct 20, 1943.
					Transferred to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943. Caught fire in a hangar at its revision.
				17830 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost in crash landing at Beals Dec 12, 1943
				17832 (319th BG, 437th BS) crashlanding at BW-1, Greenland
				17833 (440th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF)  missing Dec 8, 1942 over Atlantic Ocean while on ferry flight between Labrador and 
`					Greenland.  All crew killed.
				17834 damaged Apr 3, 1944 by engine failure, Dodge City AAF, KS
				17835 w/o Apr 24, 1943 engine failure 2 mi Ne of Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17836 (320th BG, 442nd BS) crashed int omountain SE of Birmingham, Alabama Sep 16, 1942.
				17837 (320th BG) salvaged Mar 6, 1943.
				17838 Named "Mit Liebst"  w/o? 16 May 1943  Rabat, Morocco 319BG-440BS
				17839 (17th BG, 95th BS) in midair collision with B-26 41-17850 over Decimomannu, Sardinia  
					Feb 17, 1943.  Belly-landed near Nuraminis.  Crew POW.
				17840 (17th BG, 432nd BS) shot down by Bf 109 Mar 12, 1943.
				17841 Named "Fertile Myrtle", Damaged 3 Jan 1943 by shrapnel at its base (location?), by bombing raid.  391BG
				17843 (17th BG, 95th BS) crashed into ocean during takeoff from Accra, Gold
					Coast Nov 25, 1942 while enroute from USA.  All 7 onboard killed.
				17844 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				17845 (320th BG, 444th BS) salvaged Mar 6, 1943.
				17846 (17th BG, 432nd BS) crashed Nov 20, 1942 in USA.  All 7 onboard killed.
				17847 Named "Gold Bar Limited"   17BG-34BS
				17848 (1st Bombardier Training Squadron 12th Air Force) crashed Apr 21, 1944 during wheels up belly landing in Algeria North Africa. 
					All crew survived. Aircraft was destroyed. (NOTE) One source claims aircraft burned out May 23, 1943 while with 441st BS 
					320th BG. No USAAF accident report to confirm loss with 320th. Might have been repaired & transfered to 1st BTS in Algeria.
				17850 (17th BG, 432nd BS) collided in midair with B-26B 41-17839 over Decimomannu Airfield, Sardinia Feb 17, 1943.
					Made wheels-up belly landiin near Nuraminis, Sardinia.  All 6 crew became POW.
				17851 (320th BG, 443rd BS) crashlanded due to mechanical failure
					at Bone, Algeria Jun 1, 1943.  Transferred to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943.
41-17852/17946		Martin B-26B-2 Marauder
				17853 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Cindy") in takeoff crash Apr 3, 1944.
				17854 (17th BG, 95th BS) w/o
				17855 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Lady Eve") hit by AAA and crashlanded
					between Tunis and Bizerte, Tunisia Jul 17, 1943.  Crew OK.
				17856 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) ditched Apr 5, 1943 at sea due to mechanical failure. The plane 
					was flying in formation from Marrakech, French Morocco to St Eval, Cornwall, England, when 
					it reported the failure of one of its engines when 40 miles off the Portuguese coast and given 
					the order to go to Lisbon. The aircraft continued flying and tried to reach its destination, 
					but the second engine failed and the aircraft had to ditch off the Galician coast, five 
					miles from Corrubedo (Coruñ).  One crewman drowned, rest survived and were rescued.
				17857 (320th BG, 441st BS, 12th AF, "Aunt Minnie") crashed on takeoff at Decimomannu Airfield,
					Sardinia.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, salvaged Nov 14, 1943.
				17858 (17th BG, "Coughin' Coffin") lost an engine to flak on 50th mission, right wing nearly torn off in belly landing.
					Rebuilt and sent back to the States for a war bond promotion.
				17859 (320th BG) dropped out of formation and MIA May 25, 1943
				17861 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Dangerous Dan") damaged by AAA, 6 crew
					bailed out, remaining 2 crew crashlanded at Sele, Italy
					Sept 21, 1943, Italy.  MACR 702.  1 POW, 7 returned.
				17862 (319th BG, 440th BS) lost in Labrador Oct 12, 1942
				17863 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Bad Penny") salvaged Nov 14, 1943.
				17864 Named "So What"    17BG-37BS
				17865 (320th BG, 442nd BS, "Fuzzy Baby") salvaged Apr 23, 1943
				17867 Named "Angel From Hell"   17BG-37BS
				17868 (17th BG, 37th BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-4/Trop flown by unknown pilot of JG 53/4 8 mi SE of Tunis, 
					Tunisia Feb 24, 1943.  MACR 238.  4 crew killed, 2 crew bailed out and became POW.
				17869 (17th BG, 34th BS) crashed near Telergma, Algeria Dec 30, 1942.
				17870 (17th BG, 432nd BS) did not arrive in Algeria
				17872 (17th BG, 37th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-2/Trop flown by unknown pilot of JG 51 NW of Gabes, Tunisia and 
					disintegrated in midair Jan 15, 1943.  All 6 crew killed.
				17873 (17th BG, 37th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed into Tunis Bay Feb 24, 1943
				17874 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Sweet and Hot") crahlanded Jun 24, 1943.
				17875 Named "Texan"   17BG-37BS
				17877 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Mary Lou III") damaged Apr 25, 1943.
				17878 (17th BG, 432nd BS) down over target Feb 3, 1943
				17881 (17th BG, 34th BS) crashed on landing in Brazil
				17882 Named "The Renaissance"   17BG-37BS
				17883 (17th BG, 37th BS, 12th AF) hit by German fighter and crashed in Mediterranean 6 mi N of Cape Bizerte, 
					Tunisia with wing on fire Mar 22, 1943.  MACR 16159.  All 6 crew killed.
				17887 Named "Opening Nite"   319BG-440BS
				17890 (17th BG, 34th BS) down 20 mi W of Gabes Jan 14, 1943
				17893 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident Jan 16, 1943 at Waller Field, British West Indies
					while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				17894 (17th BG, 37th BS) last seen turning back near Tamarel Jan 7, 1943
				17895 (320th BG, 441st BS, Herbie the Third") in takeoff crash Feb 4, 1943.
				17896 w/o Jan 30, 1943 in landing at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17897 Named " Birmingham Blitzkrieg IV"
				17898 (17th BG, 95th BS) shot down NW of Kasserine Pass Mar 1, 1943
				17900 (320th BG, then to 319th BG, then to 17th BG, 432nd BS) shot
					up but landed safely Sep 14, 1943.  Not repaired.
				17901 (17th BG, 95th BS) W/o Feb 25, 1945
				17903 (17th BG, 37th BS, "Hell Cat") returned to USA for promotional duties Jul 15, 1943.
				17904 damaged Nov 13, 1942 in landing at Wright Field, OH
				17905 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109F-4 flown by unknown pilot of JG 53/5 near El Hamma, Tunisia
					after being hit by flak over Gabes, Tunisia Dec 31, 1942.  5 crew KIA, one bailed out and returned to duty.
				17906 (17th BG, 95th BS) destroyed in flight test crash at Telergma, Algeria 
					Feb 17, 193.  All 3 crew killed.  Probably a flight control failure.
				17909 damage May 15, 1944 in ground accident at Scott Field, IL
				17911 (17th BG, 432nd BS) w/o after belly landing at Telergma, Algeria Feb 15, 1943
				17912 (17th BG, 37th BS) MIA Feb 24, 1943
				17914 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 110F-4 over Mediterranean Sea Mar 11, 1943 while attacking
					a convoy in Mediterranean.  MACR 8959.  Believed all six crew died or were killed.
				17915 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) collided with another aircraft over England Mar 30, 1943.  Able to
					land.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				17916 Named "The New York Central"   17BG-34BS
				17917 (17th BG, 432nd BS, "Skylark") shot down by AAA west of Gabes, Tunisia Jan 10, 1943.  One crew killed.
				17918 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				17920 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA Jan 1, 1943, 5 mi E of Green Hill, Tunisia.  MACR 1512.  All 6 crew killed.
				17921 (17th BG, 432nd BS) shot up bu landed safely Sep 14, 1943.
					Not repaired.
				17922 (319th BG, 438th BS) crshed on takeoff at Sale, nosewheel collapsed May 12, 1943
				17923 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				17924 (17th BG, 96th BS, "Gremlin's Roost") hit by 88 mm AAA and crashed behind enemy lines 
					at Milis, Sardinia, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  3 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 99
				17926 w/o Jun 1, 1943 in landing at Thomasville, GA
				17927 w/o 13 Jan 1943 near Marianna Field, FL    6 crew lost 322BG-452BS
				17928 (17th BG, 432nd BS shot down by AAA 5 mi W of La Hencha,
					Tunisia Mar 1, 1943.  MACR 15475
				17929 Named "Gawja Jerk"   322BG-450BS
				17930 w/o Apr 4, 1943 in fatal crash at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				17934 Named "Pappy's Pram"   322BG-450BS
				17937 (17th BG, 37th BS) crashed enroute Dec 1, 1942 at Accra, Gold Coast.
				17938 w/o Dec 2, 1943 in crash at Wilmington, NC.  Crew bailed out.
				17941 w/o 12 May 1943  crash  Avon Park Bombing Range, FL 335BG-480BS
				17942 (320th BG, 444th BS) in landing accident at Vandalia AF, Ohio Oct 31, 1942.
				17943 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crahed from unknown cause at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire,
					England Apr 26, 1943.  Unknown number of crew killed, 
				17944 w/o Nov 12, 1942 in crash 15 mi N of Orlando, FL
				17945 w/o Apr 13, 1943 in fatal crash at Daniel Field, GA
				17946 (320th BG, 441st BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Georg Tewes of JG 53/9 NE of
					of Mondragone, Italy while on mission to Villa Literno, Italy Aug 15, 1943.  MACR 444.  3 KIA, 3 POW.
41-17947/17973		Martin B-26B-3 Marauder
				17947 w/o 1 Feb 1943 Landing accident at Bolling Field, DC 323BG-454BS
				17949 w/o 2 Nov 1942 Structural failure, 4 miles ESE of Gardiner, FL  6 crew lost   322BG-450BS
				17950  w/o 19 Feb 1943  crashed (engine failure)  8 miles NE of Sumter,SC     323BG-455BS
				17952 w/o 2 Feb 1943 Fatal crash 3 miles NE of Avon Park Bombing Range,FL   336BG-481BS
				17953 (22nd BG) ditched 100 mi NW of Darwin, Australia Nov 3, 1942.
				17954 w/o 23 Sep 1942  Force landing due to bad weather, near McCool, IN    2FrGP/AAFFC
				17955 (320th BG) crashlanded Jun 15, 1943.
				17959 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				17961 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Toome, Antrim, Northern
					Ireland Dec 27, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				17962 (319th BG, 438th BS) damaged in landing and scavenged for parts Jan 29, 1943
				17963 (320th BG, 443rd BS) collided in midair with a B-26 of 444th BS
					and both planes crashed at St Cloud, Algeria Jan 14, 1943.
					MACR 16382.  6 killed.
				17964 (320th BG, 442nd BS, "Say Uncle") ditched into sea on way to target 100 km SW of Ischia
					Island, Italy Jul 17, 1943.  Crew rescued.  
				17965 (442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crashed into Mediterranean Sea near Algeria Apr 25, 1943.
					MACR 16471.  All 7 crew killed.  Bombs that were just salvoed exploded under the aircraft while
					retuirning from a mission.
				17966 crashed 30 mi SW of Sanibel Lighthouse Nov 16, 1942 during training mission.  2 killed,
					4 missing. Plane accidentally found by treasure hunters Jul 2008.
				17968 (17th BG, 432nd BS, "My Sister Wouldn't But I Will -- Sis")
					declared war weary Oct 15, 1943.  To French AF in North Africa Oct 1943.
				17970 (320th BG, 443rd BS, "A Shade Raunchy", then to 319th BG, then
					59 17th BG, 37th BS, "Sweet Sue's Duke of Paduca 2nd") blew tire on takeoff.
				17972 (320th BG, 444th BS) in takeoff crash Feb 9, 1943.
41-17974/18184		Martin B-26B-4 Marauder
				17974 w/o 16 May 1943  Fatal takeoff accident at Lake Charles AAB, LA     336BG-481BS
				17979 (322nd BG, 450th BS) shot down by AAA on raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and Haarlem,
					Netherlands May 17, 1943.  1 KIA, 5 POW. 
				17981 (320th BG, 444th BS, "The Shark") crashlanded May 28, 1943.
				17982 (322nd BG, 452nd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA on raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and Haarlem,
					Netherlands May 17, 1943. 3 KIA, 3 POW.
				17984 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Sweet and Low") crashlanded Jun 15, 1943
				17985 Named "Too Much Of Texas"   322BG-452BS
				17986 (320th BG) salvaged May 1, 1943.
				17987 (320th BG, 442nd BS) crashlanded at Sidi Ahmed, Tunisia
					Oct 6, 1943.  No injuries.
				17988 (322nd BG, 452nd BS, 9th AF) crashed near RAF Andrews, Essex, England due to damage
					to hydraulic system and landing gear while returning from mission to Ijmuiden, Netherlands
					May 14, 1943.  Only the nose gear would come down.  All 6 crew bailed out and survived,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				17989 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at Wideawake field, Ascension Island, South Atlantic
					Mar 6, 1943 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				17990 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Toome, Antrim,
					Northern Ireland Mar 28, 1944.  All 5 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				17991 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) in midair collision with 41-18080 on raid on power plants at
					Ijmuiden adn Haarlem, Netherlands.  4 KIA, 2 POW.
				17993 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Atkinson Field, British Guiana Mar 15, 1943 while
					on ferry flight to 320th BG.  All crew survived, aircraft was salvaged May 15, 1943.
				17994 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF)  in takeoff accident at RAF Toome, Antrim,
					Northern Ireland Apr 5, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				17995 Named "Tondelayo",  Later re-named "Mister Period Twice"    322BG-451BS
				17997 w/o 28 Feb 1943  Fatal crash 2 miles SW of Hunter Field, GA 322BG
				17998 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) shot down by FW 190A-4 flown by Ofw Ernst Winkler of JGF 1/4 
					on raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and Haarlem, Netherlands May 17, 1943.  Crashed into 
					North Sea 60 mi W of Zandvoort, Holland.  MACR 15156.  6 crew killed.
				17999 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) hit by debris from midair collision of 41-17991 and 41-18080
					during raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and Haarlem, Netherlands May 17, 1943.  
					Crashed near Meije, Holland.  6 POW.
				18000 (Air Transport Command) crshed during wheels up belly landing at Atkinson field, British Guiana
					Apr 26, 1943 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18001 (320th BG, 441st BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Helmut Kuehl of JG 53/9
					about 9 mi NE of Mondragone, Italy while of mission to Villa Literno, Italy Aug 21, 1943.  MACR 443.
					All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				18002 (441st BS, 320th BG) hit by AAA and disintegrated at Naples, Italy Jul 17, 1943, Italy.  MACR 236.
					6 KIA.
				18003 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) bellylanded due mechanical failure at Troston, UK Jun 22, 1943.
				18004 w/o 6 Jan 1943  Force landing (out of fuel)  near Lansing, IL
				18006 (320th BG, 441st BS) crashlanded Jun 15, 1943.
				18007 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Turweston, Buckinghamshire, England
					May 6, 1943.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18008 Named "Vee Pack It"   322BG-394BS
				18009 (320th BG, 441st BS) in takeoff crsh Aug 21, 1943
				18010 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				18012 (Air Transport Command) missing over Atlantic Ocean on ferry flight from British Guiana to Belem, 
					Brazil Mar 12, 1945.  5 crew missing.
				18014 Named "Silver Streak"   322BG-452BS
				18016 w/o 11 Aug 1944  Engine failure on takeoff,  crash Toome, Northern Ireland    3CCRC
				18017 (14th BS) MIA Aug 26, 1944
				18018 w/o 14 Feb 1943 Fatal crash 2 miles NNE of Rochester, IN     2 Ferry Group
				18019 (Air Transport Command) crash landed 100 mi NNE of Tindouf, Algeria May 7, 1943 after ran out of fuel
					during ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18021 (Air Transport Command) lost 90-100 mi NE of Paramaribo, Surinam Mar 12, 1943 while on ferry
					flight from Atkinson Field, British Guiana to Belem, Brazil.  MACR 15713.  All 5 crew killed.
					Crew was from 477thBS, 335th BG, 3rd AF, which was a training group.
				18022  Named "El Diablo"   322BG-450BS
				18024 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Dinah Shore") crashed on local flight
					in Tunisia  Aug 4, 1943.  MACR 361 and 242.  6 killed.
				18025 (Air Transport Command) crashed 125 mi W of Tindoug, Algeria May 23, 1943 while on ferry flight.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18026 to French AF 
				18027 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18028 (Air Transport Command) in forced landing at Parnamirin Field, Natal, Brazile Apr 11, 1943 while
					on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18029 landing gear collapsed upon landing at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico Mar 6, 1943.  May have been fixed and
					given to the French, but need confirmation.
				18030 (313th Ferry Squadron) lost from unknown cause over Atlantic Ocean while of ferry flight from Atkinson Field,
					British Guiana to Belem, Brazil Mar 25, 1943.  MACR 15507.  All 5 crew killed.
				18032 w/o 21 Nov 1942  ground accident at Chicago MAP, IL with B-25D 41-12810    2FrGP-AAFFC
				18033 (320th BG, 441st BS) in crashlanding Jun 15, 1943.  Transferred to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				18034 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Shootin' Arm") shot down by AAA and crashed 2 mi S of Terralba,
					Sardinia Jun 28, 1943.  MACR 234. 6 POW.
				18035 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Lady Kay III/Candy") in takeoff crash
				18036 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18038 Named "Hell Wagon"   322BG-450BS
				18039 w/o 26 Jun 1944  Fatal crash off Asinara Island, Sardinia   6  crew lost.  In RAF svce with 14 Sq   RAF 
				18040 (320th BG, 444th BS) right engine shot out by AAAA and 
					ditched into sea 2 mi off Sousse, Tunisia Apr 28, 1943.  MACR 6.
					1 killed during ditching, 4 drowned, 1 rescued by Germans and
					POW, later returned.
				18041 Named "Daisy June II"
				18042 (3rd Replacement and Training Squadron, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) collided
					with another aircraft in midair at RAF Toome, Antrim, Northern Ireland and crashed Jun 21, 1944.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				18043 w/o 22 Mar 1943  t/off accident at Lincoln Fd, NE     2 Ferry
				18045 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18047 (Air Transport Command) crashed from unknown cause at Belem, Brazil Apr 22, 1943 while on ferry
					flight.  Unknown number of crew killed, aicraft was destroyed.
				18048 (320th BG, 442nd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Rivello, Itally 
					Sep 7, 1943.  MACR 566.  1 KIA, 2 POW, 3 returned.
				18049 (17th BG, 34th BS) crashed on acceptance
				18051 (1st Bombardier Training Squadron, 12th AF) in landing accident in Algeria Dec 4, 1943.  All
					crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18052 (322nd BG, 450th BS) shot down by AAA on raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and Haarlem,
					Netherlands and crashed in Mass River, Holland May 17, 1943. MACR 15173.  2 KIA, 4 bailed
					out and became POW.
				18053 Damaged 6 Feb 1944  ground accident at Hunter Field, GA
				18054 broken up at Stansted, England Feb 1945
				18056 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18057 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Toome, Antrim,
					Northern Ireland Apr 10, 1944.  All 5 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18058 (322nd BG, 450th BS, "Hell Wagon") shot down by AAA Sep 9, 1943
					near Boulogne-sur-Mer, France.  Carrying the identifying letters ER-S, this a/c is listed as one of the 11 Marauders 
					of the 450th BS 322nd BG lost during the disastrous 2nd Ijmuiden raid on 17 May 43 as per “US Medium Bomber 
					Units of World War 2” by Jerry Scutts.
				18060 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Friedrich Scheer of JG 53/8 NW of
					Villa Literno, Italy Aug 21, 1943.  MACR 442.  One crewman killed, 5 bailed out and four became POW, one evaded
					capture and returned.
				18061 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944
				18062 w/o 17 Nov 1942  Landing accident at Offutt Field, NE 2FrGP-AAFFC
				18071 (Air Transport Command) lost on ferry flight from Belem to Natal, Brazil Apr 4, 1943.  MACR 15474.
					All 4 crew killed.
				18072 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Toome, Antrim
					Northern Ireland Jul 4, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18074 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18075 (322nd BG, 452nd BS, "Impatient Virgin") shot down by AAA 
					at Landrethun-le-Nord,France Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1216
				18076 (Air Transport Command) crashed on takeoff at Borinquen field, Puerto Rico May 15, 1943 while on
					ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18079 (477th BS, 335th BG, III Bomber Command, 3rd AF) ran out of fuel and crashed at Rufisque, Senega, French West Africa 
					Jul 23, 1943 while on training flight.  MACR 15433.  All four crew killed.
				18080 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) in midair collision with 41-17991 on raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and Haarlem,
					Netherlands May 17, 1943. 3 KIA, 3 POW.
				18081 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Toome, Antrim,
					Northern Ireland Sep 16, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18083 with 17th BG, 27th BS, named "Revenge for Scott from Virginia".  to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18085 w/o 13 Jan 1943  Landing accident at Lakeland AAF, FL   344BG-495BS
				18086 (322nd BG, 450th BS) shot down by AAA May 17, 1943 on raid on power plants at Ijmuiden and
					Haarlem, Netherlands May 17, 1943.   Crashed into North Sea 5 mi W of Castricum,
					Holland.  MACR 15129. 5 killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.
				18088 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18089 (34th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) in taxiing accident at Lesina Airfield, Foggia, Italy Oct 25, 1944.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18090 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) shot down May 17, 1943 on raid on power stations at Ijmuiden, Holland.
					Crashed into North Sea near Ijmuiden, Holland.  4 KIA, 1 MIA, 1 POW.  MACR 5650
				18092 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944
				18099 (322nd BG, 450th BS) shot down by Fw 190A-4 flown by Ofw Kurt Niederreicholz of JG 1/2 Stab 
					May 17, 1943 on raid on power stations at Ijmuiden, Holland May 17, 1943.  MACR 16165.
					Crashed into North Sea 40 mi W of Zandvoort, Holland.  4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and were
					rescued.
				18100 to French AF in North Africa Oct 1943
				18101 w/o 28 Dec 1942  Fatal crash over Gulf of Mexico 344BG-496BS
				18102 w/o 6 Jan 1943 crasj 2 miles NE of Sibley,ID  (out of fuel)  7 crew bailed out ok  344BG-494BS
				18103 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed at RAF Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England due to structural
					failure during low-level practice flight.  All 6 crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				18104 w/o 26 Jan 1943  crasj 18 miles N of Andalusia, AL  (bad weather)  Crew bailed out ok   335BG-476BS
				18106 (HQ, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Toome, Antrim,
					Northern Ireland Aug 11, 1944 due to engine failure.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18108 w/o 24 Mar 1943  takeoff accident at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL    336BG-480BS
				18111 w/o 1 Jan 1943  Tampa Bay, FL   344BG-494BS
				18112 Damaged 6 Jul 1943  Macdill Field, FL    394BG-584BS
				18115 w/o 15 Jan 1943  takeoff accident at Barksdale Fd, LA  7 crew, 2 survived   355BG-476BS
				18119 w/o 17 Jan 1943  Fatal crash 8 miles NNW of Moore Field, TX 344BG
				18122 w/o 19 Jan 1943 Landing accident at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL    536BG-481BS
				18123 damaged 18 Mar 1943 Mid-air  Barksdale Fd, LA  & damaged again 29 Jun 1943,
					landing accident at Barksdale Fd, LA & damaged in taxi accident with 41-18171 at Douglas Factory,
					Long Beach, CA on 20 Jul 1944  
				18131 Damaged 9 Jun 1943  ground accident at Barksdale Field, LA 335BG-477BS
				18133 w/o? 15 May 1943 Landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA 335BG-474BS
				18134 w/o 24 Jan 1943  Landing accident at Lakeland AAF, FL 344BG-497BS
				18135 w/o 20 Mar 1943  Macdill Field, FL  (engine failure) 391BG-575BS
				18136 w/o 26 Jan 1943 crash 7 miles S. of Orville, AL 335BG-476BS
				18137 w/o 9 Mar 1943 Fatal landing (engine failure)  Drew Field, FL   336BG-480BS
				18139 w/o? 11 Apr 1943 Landing accident at Lake Charles AAB, LA  344BG-496BS
				18143 w/o 9 Jan 1943 Landing accident at Tarrant Field, TX AAFCCS
				18146 w/o? 11 Jul 1943 Landing accident at Chicago MAP, IL 335BG-474BS
				18147 w/o 31 May 1943 cr 4 miles SE of Laughlin Field, TX (engine failure)    1048 TEFTS
				18149 Damaged 13 May 1943 Mid-air over Osprey Bombing Range, FL  391BG-575BS
				18150 (formerly with 322nd BG, 452nd BS, attached to 3rd CCRCG, "Winnie Dee") crashed during training flight at Chimney Rock, 
					Northern Ireland in Spencer Valley (Mourne Mountains) Apr 10, 1944.  All 5 crew killed.
				18160 w/o 21 Feb 1943  Fatal crash at Lake Calcasieu, LA (engine failure)   385BG-552BS
				18167 w/o 3 Jun 1943   Ditched into Tampa Bay, FL  (engine failure)    21BG-314BS
				18171 w/o 20 Jul 1944  Taxi accident at Douglas Factory, Long Beach, CA  with 41-18123     3713BU
				18174 w/o 14 Aug 1943  t/off accident at Dodge City AAF, KS     877TEFTS
				18180 w/o 30 May 1943  Fatal landing accident at Laughlin AAF, TX     878TEFTS
				18184 w/o 23 Nov 1943  Fatal cr 20 miles N of San Jeronimo, Mexico     877TEFT
41-18185/18334		Martin B-26B-10-MA Marauder
				18185 (320th BG, 442nd BS) salvaged Aug 9, 1943.
				18186 (320th BG, 442nd BS) in takeoff crash Nov 2, 1943.
				18187 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th AF, "The Wolves") shot down by AAA over Veiano, Italy Nov 30, 1943.  MACR 1476.
					Made belly landing neqr Viterbo, NE of Rome, Italy.  All 8 crew survived, 3 became POW and 5 evaded capture.
				18189 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.  Crashed on
					takeoff at Djedeida Airfield, Tunisia due to engine faifure Aug 2, 1944.  All crew survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				18190 (320th BG, 444th BS, 12th AF, "Judy") last seen on way home on one engine Nov 16, 1944.  MACR 9847.
					Crashed in Gulf of Genoa.  All six crew bailed but died from unknown cause. 
				18191 (1st (TNS) Training Squadron, 12th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Djemila, Tunisia Nov 28, 1943.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed. 
				18193 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Junior") shot down by AAA and crashed at Mt. Vesuvius, Italy Jul 17, 1943. 7 POW. MACR 244. 
				18194 (320thBG, 444th BS, "Tuxedo Junction") in takeoff crash Jun 15, 1943.
				18195 (320th BG, 443rd BS, "Feather Merchant") badly damaged by AAA, during landing hit a house and caught fire at 
					Pantelleria, Italy Jul 10, 1943. Pilot killed, rest survived.
				18196 (37th BS) crashed on takeoff Jun 25, 1943
				18197 (320th BG, 441st BS, "So What") in crashlanding Nov 28, 1943.
				18198 w/o 28 Mar 1943 Fatal crash 5 miles SW of Chatham Fd, CA
				18201 (432nd BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Poretta Airfield, Sardinia Feb 29, 1944.  All crew
					killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				18202 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.  Crashed on takeoff
					at Djedeida Airfield, Tunisia Sep 6, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				18203 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
				18205 Named "Kazarai"   17BG-34BS
				18206 to French AF
				18207 Named "Yehudi"    17BG-37BS
				18208 (320th BG, 441st BS) in crash landing Aug 7, 1943.
				18210 Named "Tobacco Road", re-named "Piece Maker" 322BG-451BS
				18215 (319th BG, 440th BS, 12th AF) crashed 30 minutes off Sardinia in Mediterranean sea due to bad weather Nov 26, 1943
					 MACR 1547.  6 KIA.
				18217 (319th BG, 437th BS, 12th AF) in midair collision with another B-26 and crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea off
					Salerno, Italy Aug 22, 1943.  MACR 1243.  4 KIA, 2 POW.
				18218 Named "Cobra"   17BG-37BS
				18219 w/o 11 Jul 1943  Fatal crash 2 miles W of Georgetown, FL    9BG-430BS
				18220 Damaged 11 Dec 1943  Taxi accident at Fort Dix, NJ AAFFC
				18224 Damaged 29 May 1943  18 miles N of Fredrickburg, TX 854PTTS
				18226 (440th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Decimomannu airfield, Sardinia Sep 9, 1944.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18229 w/o 8 Nov 1943  Force landing (engine failure)  6 miles S of Spofford, TX     877TEFT
				18230 w/o 3 May 1943  Fatal cr 25 miles NW of Laughlin Fd, TX   854TEFTS
				18238 Damaged 11 Apr 1944  Landing accident at Lake Charles AAF, LA    335BG-481BS
				18239 w/o 3 Aug 1944  Fatal force landing (engine failure) 20 miles S of DeRidder, LA   350BU
				18240 585th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group, Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI. During a night takeoff 
					from Atterbury Field, Columbus, IN 18Oct43, the pilot turned off the landing lights just as the 
					aircraft became airborne causing momentary blindness. Failing to climb to a safe altitude, the 
					aircraft hit some trees about one mile from the end of the runway. The pilot gained height and 
					returned for a safe landing at Atterbury Field.
				18241 to TB-26B.  Crashed near Pinedale, CA May 4, 1945.
				18242 sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				18243 (394th BG Crew Training School) crashed Jul 23, 1943 at Norman, OK.  No fatalities
					On a cross country flight from Ardmore to Oklahoma City, the aircraft struck a cable stretched across the 
					South Canadian River disabling the left engine forcing a crash landing in a cotton field destroying the aircraft. 
					All the crew survived without injuries and the government compensated the farmer for damage the aircraft 
					did to his potential cotton crop
				18244 w/o 23 Apr 1944  Miami-Lake Charles,  Location? 336BG-480BS
				18245 w/o 27 Jun 1944  Force landing (engine failure)  near Huntsville, AL   618BU
				18246 w/o? 22 Jun 1943  Landing accident at Dodge City AAF, KS   1028TEFTS
				18248 (319th BG, 438th BS) MIA over Naples Jul 17, 1943
				18249 Damaged 15 Feb 1944  ground accident at Gore Fd, MT 25FySq.  W/o 5 Apr 1944  ground accident at Gore Fd, MT   7FyGP
				18250 Named  "Li'I Po' Kchop"   322BG-451BS
				18251 Named "Ye Mystic Kreve",  Damaged 23 May 1943 force landed in Spanish Morocco, crew returned.  B-26 taken to Barajas Fd,Madrid by
					Spanish AF & given s/n 28042 in June 1943,  broken up in 1945.     322BG-449BS
				18252 (Air Transport Command) crashed 3 mi SE of RAF Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, Wales, England due to bad
					weather Jun 4, 1943 while on ferry flight.  All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				18253 Named "Phoebe"   320BG-444BS
				18256 (319th BG, 440th BS) ditched Aug 22, 1943.  MACR 1113.
				18257 (Air Transport Command) ground looped at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 16, 1943 while on ferry flight.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damged, unknown if repaired. 
				18258 (319th BG, 438th BS, 12th AF) ditched from unknown cause in Mediterranean 110 mi N of Bizerte, Tunisia Jul 29, 1943
					MACR 16381.  All six crew killed.
				18260 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at San Luiz airfield, Brazil Apr 22, 1943 while on ferry
					flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				18263 (319th BG, 439th BS) crashed on takeoff May 13, 1944
				18264 Named "Gremlin's Castle"   17BG-37BS
				18265 (37th BS) landing gear collapsed Nov 28, 1943.  Loaned to French AF for training, transferred to 
					French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.  Crashed on takeoff at Djedeida Airfield, Tunisia Sep 12, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18267 Damaged 26 Mar 1943  Landing accident at Schenectady, NY     4 Ferry
				18269  Named "EL Ann Highwater"   319BG-437BS
				18270 named "Millie III"  17th BG/34th BS
				18271 (319th BG, 439th BS, "Millie's Blond Bomber") shot down by Lt Rupert Weninger in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/3
					15 km E of Barsacco, Italy Sep 8, 1943.  Also listed as going to Free French AF Jun 1944. (GB 63/2.) 
					crashed near Oran, Algeria Aug 15, 1944. 6 killed 
				18272 Named "Murder Inc"   322BG-449BS
				18273 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by Fw. Max Nairz in Me-109G-6 of JG 53/9. near Catania, Sicily, Italy 
					Jul 11, 1943. 6 KIA. MACR 235. 
				18275 (319th BG, 440th BS) w/o Jan 28, 1944
				18276 (322nd BG, 451th BS, 9th AF) shot down 13 km S of Abbeville, France by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Fw Martin Schulze from
					JG 301/1 Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6628.  3 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				18277 Named "Satan's Sister"  322BG-451BS
				18278 (319th BG, 439th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA NW of Anzio, Italy Feb 12, 1944.  MACR 2473.  5 crew killed, 2 bailed out
					and became POW.
				18279 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost in crash-landing at Jaspter Sep 30, 1943
				18283 (442nd, 320th BG, 12th AF) crashed Apr 16, 1945 during wheels-up belly landing at Chalindrey, France after
					ran out of fuel.  All six crew survived, aircraft salvaged Apr 17, 1945
				18284 Named  "Texas Tarantula"   386BG-554BS
				18285  Named  "Lady Katy 01"   323BG-454BS
				18286 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
				18288 (443rd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) in wheels-up belly landing at Decimomannu Airfield, Sardinia Aug 30, 1944
					after one engine failed after takeoff.  All 9 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18289 Named  "Colonial Rebel"  322BG-449BS
				18290 (Air Transport Command) lost from unknown cause between Natal, Brazil and Ascension Island while on
					ferry flight May 5, 1943.  All crew killed.
				18291 (319th BG, 437th BS) damaged by AAA and shot down by Uffz. Friedrich Jacobs in Bf 109G-6 of JG 51/6. 
					20 mi SW of Sardinia, Italy Jun 18, 1943. Crew baled out, but all 6 KIA.  MACR 232.
				18292 Named  "Idiot's Delight"   320BG-444BS
				18293 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) craqshed from unknown cause 4 mi S of RAF Andrews, Essex, England
					Jan 21, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				18294 (320th BG, 443rd BS) in collision crash Dec 21, 1943. Also listed as crashing with 1st Bombardier
					Training Squadron, 12th AF 1 mi SE of St Arnaud, Algeria Dec 20, 1943.  Unknown number of crew killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				18296 (319th BG, 439th BS) hit by AAA and ditched off Syracuse, Sicily, Italy Jul 14, 1943.  3 KIA, 3 rescued.  MACR 1130
				18297 to French AF
				18298 (320th BG, 443rd BS, "Sno Job") salvaged Nov 9, 1944.
				18299 (322nd BG) down 12 mi from enemy coast Aug 27, 1943
				18301 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed on takeoff at Sedrata Jun 18, 1943
				18303 (439th BS, 319th BG, "Mistletoe") flew 118 combat missions.
				18305 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Miss Manchester") hit by AAA on bomb run and exploded Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 2323
				18306 w/o 7 May 1943  Wideawake Field, Ascension Island   (ground fire?)
				18307 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
				18308 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed at Cape Bon Sep 30, 1943
				18309 (1st Bombardier Training Squadron, 12th AF) in takeoff accident at Telergma Airfield, Algeria Jun 30, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				18310 w/o 26 Apr 1943  takeoff accident at Morrison Field, GA
				18312 (319th BG, 440th BS) bellylanded at Roberts Field, Liberia and cannibalized
				18316 (319th BG, 439th BS) shot down by AAA over target Sep 30, 1943
				18317 Named  "Campbell's Caravan"    17BG-434BS
				18318 (319th BG, 438th BS) hit by AAA and shot down by Oblt. Ehard
					Niese in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/7. 25 mi W of Olbia, Sardinia, Italy
					Jun 18, 1943. 2 KIA, 4 POW. MACR 231. The MACR wrongly lists as 41-34818.  
				18320 (17th BG, 432nd BS, "Wild Kitty") shot up but landed safely
					Sep 24, 1943.  Not repaired.
				18322 (319th BG, 439th BS, "Hell's Belle II") flew 100th mission May 1, 1944, first Marauder in any theatre to reach that number.
				18323 (319th BG, 437th BS) destroyed in crashlanding at Japser Sep 22, 1943
				18325 (319th BG, 440th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Orvieto, Idaly  Jan 28, 1944.  MACR 2684.  
					3) Crew Were Killed (2) After Bail Out. (6) Crew Bailed Out and (4) Were Captured and Became POWs. 
					(2) Died of Their Wounds. (2) Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture.
				18326 (319th BG, 439th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA S of Orvieto, Italy Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 2212.  6 crew killed, one bailed
					out and became POW.
				18328 Named  "Miss Represented"   320BG-443BS
				18334 w/o 30 Jun 1943  Landing accident at Offutt Field, NE
41-18335		Boeing XB-29 Superfortress
				MSN 2884.  Boeing Model 345.  First flight Jun43.  Named ‘Gremlin Hotel’
					Flown from Seattle to Wichita as part of the effort to expand the production programme.
					Delivered to USAAF for armament and accelerated flight testing.  Crashed
41-18336		Consolidated XB-32 Dominator
				Consolidated Model 34
				First flight 3Nov43 at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA. Engineering and Test Division, 
				Wright Field, Dayton, OH. The USAAF reported that this aircraft was obsolete and recommended 
				a large number of changes. The aircraft had stability problems and in an attempt to resolve this 
				problem, a B-29 style vertical stabilizer was fitted after its 25th flight. Later fitted with a 
				Consolidated-designed vertical stabilizer. Reclaimed.  Used for fire practice at McClellan AFB, Ca
41-18337/18699		Douglas C-47-DL
				18337/18394 MSN 4375/4432
				18395/18397 MSN 4442/4444
				18398/18465 MSN 4460/4527
				18466/18536 MSN 4558/4628
				18537/18603 MSN 4662/4728
				18604/18638 MSN 4765/4799
				18639/18672 MSN 6000/6033
				18673/18699 MSN 6079/6105
				18337 (MSN 4375) to USAAF May 16, 1942 - . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 26Jul42. Eighth Air Force 22Sep42. 
					11th Troop Carrier Squadron, 60th Troop Carrier Group, Eighth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467). 
					8th AF, UK Aug 12, 1942 - Damaged in collision with parked C-47 No 41-7779 while landing at 
					Aldermaston 15Oct42. Damaged taxying at Whitchurch, Shropshire 6Apr43.
				18338 (MSN 4376) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Scotland 25Jul42.  8th AF, UK Aug 23, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
					FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as F-BCYH (Air Algerie Mar 19, 1947), then to French Air
					Force Nov 15, 1952 as AdlA 118338 15Nov52, GT3/61 "FR-AQG" 1953, "FR-AQP" May54-CIET340 
					Aug54-BA702 "FT-EFL" Oct60- CIET340 Jun66.  Broken up Nov 1968
				18339 (MSN 4377) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42  
					8th AF, UK Oct, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - Condemned (crashed in Italy) Aug 26, 1944
				18340 (MSN 4378) to USAAF May 20, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air 
					Force to UK. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force Oct42. - Oran, North Africa Nov 05, 1942 - Condemned Apr 13, 1943 
				18341 (MSN 4379) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force Oct42.- Oran, North Africa
					Nov 06, 1942 - Condemned Sep 10, 1945 Bari, Italy (parts)
				18342 (MSN 4380) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - Oran Feb 10, 1943.  12th AF,
					Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as I-LIRA (Linee Aeree Italiane Sep 20, 1947) 
					then to Italian AF as MM61826/SM-20 Apr 14, 1955, I-RIBE for Ministry of Defense 
					Sep 09, 1958 and MM61826 again until wfu.  Stored as MM61826 in September 2005 
					at Museo dell'Aviazione at Cerbaiola. Noted in August 2019 on display at Zuk Air Park, Czechia 
				18343 (MSN 4381) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force 
					to UK. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force 17Oct42.  - Oran, North Africa
					Nov 07, 1942 - 10th AF, Karachi Apr 08, 1944 - North Africa again Jul 29, 1944 - 
					USA Jul 06, 1945 - RFC Dec 31, 1945. To civil registry as NC47755
					(Aramco ‘Hoopoe’), N720A (Rr 1955) and 5B-CAV (World Inter Supply Services, Nicosia 
					Dec 1968 - Wfu Jeddah by 1975, noted derelict (part burnt) 1978.
				18344 (MSN 4382) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Scotland 25Jul42. Eighth Air Force 22Oct42- Oran, North Africa Feb 10, 1943 - 
					USA Jul 08, 1945 - RFC Jan 06, 1946. To civil registry as NC47762 (Aramco), N722A 
					(Rr 1955 - Pan Malaysia Air 1976 - New Jersey Airlines - Various
					owners/operators) and N782T (Tolair Services).  With Four Star
					Air Cargo, ditched in Caribbean shortly after takeoff from Cyril King IAP, 
					St Thomas, Virgin Islands Jul 19, 2006.  All four onboard were rescued.
				18345 (MSN 4383) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - 8th AF, UK aug 18, 1942 - Oran, North Africa
					Apr 30, 1943 - USA Nov 20, 1945 - RFC Dec 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC75413 
					(Executive Air Transport - United Air Lines Oct 26, 1946), XA-GUX (LAMSA
					‘Ciudad de Durango’ May 10, 1948 - Aeronaves de Mexico Jul 1952 - Aerolineas Mexicanas - 
					Aeronaves de Mexico 1960), XC-CIJ (Secretary of Comm. and Transport Jul 05, 1967), and reregistered
					XC-DOJ. 
				18346 (MSN 4384) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 26Jul42. HQ Squadron, Fifteenth Air Force, 
					Bari, Italy. 8th AF, UK Jul 22, 1942 - Oran Feb 13, 1943, 12th AF, Bari,
					Italy. Condemned Bari, Italy May 21, 1944 (mid-air collision with C-47 41-18356 and fell into Adriatic
					Sea north of Bari, Italy, 7 killed)
				18347 (MSN 4385) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Scotland 25Jul42. 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, 
					Ramsbury (Station 469) Aug-Nov42. Blida, Algeria Dec42. Kairouan, Tunisia 28Jun43. El Djem, 
					Tunisia 26Jul43. Comiso, Sicily 29Aug438th AF, UK Aug 29, 1942 -  Oran Mar 28, 1943, 12th AF,
					Italy - Condemned Nov 06, 1943 ‘following enemy action’
					Conflict:
					12th Troop Carrier Squadron, 60th Troop Carrier Group, Eighth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467). 
					RAF Predannack, Cornwall 7Nov42. Transported paratroopers of the 503rd Parachute Infantry 
					Battalion to a drop zone at Oran, Algeria on Operation ‘Torch’ 7/8Nov42. Missing in action.
				18348 (MSN 4386) to USAAF May 17, 1942 -Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 29Jul42. Eighth Air Force Oct42. 
					10th Troop Carrier Squadron, 60th Troop Carrier Group, Eighth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467). 
					Base Air Depot No 1, Burtonwood (Station 590) for modifications Nov42. RAF Predannack, 
					Cornwall 7Nov42. Transported paratroopers of the 503rd Parachute Infantry Battalion to a drop 
					zone at Oran, Algeria on Operation ‘Torch’ 7/8Nov42. Landed at Sebkra d’Oran, later 
					repositioned to Tafraoui, Oran, Algeria. Maison Blanche, Algeria 11Nov42. Twelfth Air Force, 
					North Africa. Relizane, Algeria 27Nov42. Accident when nosed over landing at la Senia, Algeria 16Dec42.
 					- Oran Apr 20, 1943, 12th AF Italy.  To USA Jul 31, 1945 - 
					RFC Oct 25, 1945. To civil registry as NC47995 (Lsd to Pioneer Airlines ‘Davy Crockett’ 
					Mar 1947) and returned to USAF after conversion to C-117C Mar 01, 1952, then VC-117C 
					(1963 to 1967)
				18349 (MSN 4387) to USAAF may 17, 1942 -Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force Oct42. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, 
					Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Damaged in collision with parked RAF de Havilland Mosquito No HK114 
					while taxying at Catania, Sicily 24Nov43.
 					FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as N22410 (No), I-LUCE
					(Linee Aeree Italiane Apr 17, 1947, becoming Alitalia Nov 01, 1957), F-BJUT 
					(TAI Dec 1959, lsd to Air Inter oct 1961 - Air Atlantique Jan 1963)
					and 7T-VBB SACA/Afric Air Feb 02, 1965. Noted derelict
					Toulouse Aug 1966.
				18350 (MSN 4388) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Eighth Air Force 6Aug42. Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement 
					of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42.  USA Sep 03, 1945 - 
					RFC Sep 06, 1945. To civil registry as NC65747 (Arute Bros Inc, Syracuse, NY) then 
					N6574 (Arute International Air Inc, New Britain, CT. ).  Crashed into sea off San Salvador, 
					Bahamas Mar 02, 1973
				18351 (MSN 4389) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Eighth Air Force 17Aug42. Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement 
					of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, 
					Iceland to UK 22Aug42.  Oran Jan 29, 1943, 12th AF,
					Italy - FLC Jan 03, 1946.  To civil registry as I-LAMA (Linee Aeree Italiane Mar 12, 1948 
					to Apr 14, 1955), then sold to Italian AF as MM61823. WFU	
				18352 (MSN 4390) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force 
					to UK. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 16Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force 19Sep42.  - Oran Feb 10, 1943--USA Jul 02, 1945 - RFC Nov 25,
					1945 - To civil registry as NC61351 (Continental Airlines Dec 20, 1945 - Mid Continent 
					Airlines - Braniff ‘360’ Aug 15, 1952 - Tusco Corp Jan 21, 1960 - Lake Central 
					Airlines Apr 20, 1961), then PK-ZDE (Zamrud Aviation, Bali Sep 30, 1967).  Noted 
					derelict Denpasar, Bali 1972.
				18353 (MSN 4391) to USAAF May 18, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick 
					(Station 500), Scotland 14Aug42. Eighth Air Force 31Aug42.  Oran Feb 4, 1943--12th AF, Italy - 
					Condemned Dec 28, 1943 (crashed)
				18354 (MSN 4392) to USAAF May 27, 1942 -Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stansted (Station 169), 
					England 14Aug42. Eighth Air Force 16Aug42. 51st Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group, 
					Twelfth Air Force Feb 2, 1943. Damaged taking off at Comiso, Sicily 14Apr44. Damaged taxying at Bari Airport, 
					Italy 23Jan45.  USA Jul 04, 1945 - RFC Nov 19, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC58492 W. J. Schneider and R. C Petty registered Jun 24, 1946, XA-FUH A F Aponte Jul 1, 1946,
					and N4618V (Various owners/operators). Sold to Mexico Sep 13, 1949, no later reports.
				18355 (MSN 4393) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stansted (Station 169), 
					England 14Aug42. Eighth Air Force 16Aug42.  12th AF, Italy.  Ditched off coast of Spain Nov 8, 1942.  
					Condemned Nov 11, 1943 (ditched)
				18356 (MSN 4394) to USAAF May 27, 1942 - . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 1Sep42. Eighth Air Force Oct42. HQ Squadron, Fifteenth Air Force, Bari, Italy. - 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with C-47 No 41-18346 and fell into the Adriatic Sea north of Bari, 
					Italy 30May44 [9KIA].Condemned Bari, Italy May 31, 1944 (Mid air collision)
				18357 (MSN 4395) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 16Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force 20Sep42. 18th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Italy, 
					Damaged in mid-air collision with C-47A No 42-24194 at Rosinano, Italy 8Feb45.
 					USA Aug 01, 1945 - RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as NC88789 (Aramco ‘Seagull’) and 
					N723A (Reregistered 1955, various owners/operators).  Crashed Narssarsuaq,
					Greenland Sep 21, 1977 (operated by NJ Airlines)
				18358 (MSN 4396) to USAAF May 29, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 16Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force 19Sep42.  Oran Feb 6, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-ETNA (ALI Jun 06, 1947). Crashed Dec 06, 1948
					Milano-Forlanini
				18359 (MSN 4397) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 03, 1945. To civil
					registry as NC69354 (No), then CU-T808 (Cubana until Aug 72).
				18360 (MSN 4398) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force Oct42.
					12th AF, Italy - FLC Jan 03, 1946.  To civil registry as F-BCYT (French CAA Apr 28, 1948 - 
					Air France 1949 - Fretair Feb 1970 - Vargas Aviation Nov 1970 - Uni Air Feb 1976, lsd
					to Intra Airways 1977), EI-BDU (Kerry Airways, Mar 1978, ntu), F-BCYT again with 
					Uni Air...fate unclear
				18361 (MSN 4399) to USAAF May 29, 1942 -. Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 16Aug42. Eighth Air Force 19Sep42. 
					Flew Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.
 					8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
					Condemned May 16, 1943 (crashed in Italy)
				18362 (MSN 4400) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG, 39th TCS Sep 1942.  
					Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 -
					Operated by Pan American Aug 30, 1943 - USA Jan 19, 1944 - RFC Oct 14, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC56589 (Western Air Lines 1947 to Oct 20, 1948 - Bonanza Airlines - 
					West Coast Airlines ‘107’ Jun 17, 1950) and CX-BDF (PLUNA Dec 31, 1964 to 1972). 
					Reduced to spares. 
				18363 (MSN 4401) to USAAF May 28, 1942. assigned to 61 TCG at Pope Field, Ft Bragg, NC was 
					damaged Jul 01, 1942 because of a mechanical failure during landing at Lawson Field, 
					Ft Benning, GA.  Home based at So Plains AFS, Lubbock, TX, 
					damaged in another landing accident on Jan 08, 1943.  Next attached to 15th TCS, 61 TCG at  So Plains AFS, 
					Lubbock, TX, damaged in a taxi accident on Feb 16, 1943.  Next on Jul 26, 1943 while attached to 307th TCS, 
					10th TCG at Lawson Field, Ft Benning, GA was seriously damaged in a landing accident at Columbus-Muscogee Co. 
					Airport, GA.   To US Navy as R4D-1, BuNo 30147 (MSN 4401).
				18364 (MSN 4402) to USAAF May 27, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as C-1202 
					(Soc. Aerea del Tolima 1947), then HK-1202 (Avianca Jul 10, 1952 - Taxi Aerea Opita
					1962.  WFU 1968).  w/o 8 Nov 1965 at Boqueron, Colombia
				18365 (MSN 4403) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force Oct42.
					USA Jul 20, 1945 -   RFC Nov 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC47763 (No details)
				18366 (MSN 4404) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force 3Sep42.
					USA Jul 03, 1945 - RFC Nov 12, 1945. To civil registry as NC18648 (No), then HK-329 (LANSA - Avianca 
					Oct 1951 - LAICA May 1969, lsd to El Venado Nov 1973, returned and lsd to
					Aeronorte 1978). Crashed near Puerto Alayo, Santander, Colombia Sep 10, 1980
				18367 (MSN 4405) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 26Jul42. Eighth Air Force 16Oct42. 35th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Italy. Damaged landing at Cherbourg (A-15), France 29Oct44. Damaged while parked 
					in collision by Douglas A-20K No 44-350 landing at Querqueville (A-23), France 1Nov44.
					Condemned Nov 10, 1944. 
				18368 (MSN 4406) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried 
					overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stansted (Station 169), England 14Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force Oct42. 17th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Italy. 
					Destroyed in collision with B-26G No 41-31595 while taxying at Ciampino, Rome, Italy 15Jul44.
					Condemned Jul 22, 1944.
				18369 (MSN 4407) to USAAF May 29, 1942 -Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 4Sep42. Eighth Air Force 18Sep42. Twelfth Air Force. Destroyed on the ground at 
					Maison Blanche, Algeria 21Nov42.  Condemned Nov 21, 1942
				18370 (MSN 4408) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried 
					overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stansted (Station 169), England 14Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force Aug42. Crash landed at El Khroub Air Base, Constantine, Algeria 11Jan44.
					Condemned Jan 11, 1944.
				18371 (MSN 4409) Delivered to USAAF May 29, 1942; Westover Field, MA; Accident 10Jun42 landing 
					at Turner Field, GA; Caribbean Wing Air Transport Command May 1, 1943; operated by Pan American 
					Airways Aug 30, 1943; North Africa Wing Air Transport Command; returned to US Feb 7, 1945; 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation Oct 11, 1945; Royal Hellenic Air Force 49-2625 is now reported 
					as being MSN 4499, not 4409
				18372 (MSN 4410) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 29, 1945.  To civil
					registry as C-212 (TACA - LAC), C-125 (Avianca), HK-125 (Rr 1955) and 
					CF-ILY (Northern Wings Ltd, Nov 07, 1955).  Crashed May 19, 1957 Seven Islands, PQ, Canada.
				18373 (MSN 4411) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942. Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried 
					overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42.
					Oran, North Africa May 07, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - 
					FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LEDA (Linee Aeree Italiane Apr 12, 1947). 
					Crashed Reggio Calabria Airport, Italy Jan 02, 1957.
				18374 (MSN 4412) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - Used on the ‘Arnold’ transport service across the North Atlantic 1942. 
					Eighth Air Force 21Sep42. 18th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Comiso, 
					Sicily 29Aug43. TDY to India Apr44. Accident when ground looped at Myitkyina, Burma 20May44.
				18375 (MSN 4413) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried overseas 
					via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stansted (Station 169), England 14Aug42. 
					Eighth Air Force 16Aug42.  Oran Feb 10, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy.  Condemned Sep 01, 1944 (Spares)
				18376 (MSN 4414) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - Oran Apr 29, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy - RFC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as NC22421 (No), C-122 (Avianca Jul 23, 1947), 
					HK-122 (Rr, lsd to LAOS Colombia - El Venado Oct 19, 1973 - Aeronorte 1977 to Feb 1979 - 
					SELVA Colombia Nov 1980 - ... - Lineas Aéreas El Dorado) -- Aerolineas Andinas 
					(ALIANSA).  Current as of Sep 1999
				18377 (MSN 4415) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 02, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC86564 (Panagra Jan 23, 1946, probably for spares as ... cancelled shortly after
					registration)
				18378 (MSN 4416) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force 23Aug42.
					12th AF, Italy.  Condemned Nov 20, 1944 (Crashed in Italy)
				18379 (MSN 4417) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - USA.  W/o 16 Sep 1942 at Pope Field, NC.  Condemned, Pope Field, NC. 
				18380 (MSN 4418) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried 
					overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force Oct42. 
					16th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force.  Crashed taking off at Ciampino, Rome, 
					Italy 5Jul44.  Condemned Jul 08, 1944 
				18381 (MSN 4419) to USAAF Jun 02, 1942 - USA - Operated by TWA Mar 04, 1944 to Mar 30, 1944 - 
					RFC Dec 02, 1945.  To civil registry as NC51182 (Pan American Airways), TI-18 (LACSA 
					May 1946 - Seized by Nicaragua govt Apr 24, 1948 - LACSA 1951), PP-AXV (Aerovias 
					Brasil, bought Dec 13, 1951, registered Dec 22, 1952!), PP-NBK (Aeronorte May 05, 1953), 
					PP-ABE (Suprimentos Aeronauticos do Brasil Feb 10, 1958), N6893C (Stewart Davis Inc. 
					Aug 12, 1958), XA-NAA (Aerolineas Vega Sep 06, 1959, cancelled Aug 23, 1969), PP-BAG (Cia
					Brasileira de Servicios Aeronauticas Mar 08, 1960, NTU, cancelled 20 Jul 1961) and N6893C 
					(Vanguard Export Co).  Noted Oct 1976 WFU Oaxaca, Mexico as XA-NAA.  WFU Oct 1976
				18382 (MSN 4420) to USAAF Jun 02, 1942 - . Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force Oct42. 
					4th Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, italy. Damaged after engine failure at 
					Ponte Olivo, Sicily 30Jun44.  Condemned Aug 26, 1944 (Spares)
				18383 (MSN 4421) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - Collided in midair with C-47 42-23367 16 Apr 1943 at Sedalia AAF, MO.  
					Crashed, killing at least one occupant.  42-23367 was DBR without fatalities. 
					Condemned Apr 17, 1943, near Sedalia AAF, Warrensburg, MO.
				18384 (MSN 4442) to USAAF Jun 02, 1942 - USA - North Africa May 07, 1943 - USA Jun 26, 1945 - 
					To RFC Nov 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC47996 for lease to Pioneer Airlines ‘Ben Milan’ 
					May 1947 to Mar 11, 1952.  Returned to USAF as C-117C Mar 1952 to Sep 1955, then
					stored. 
				18385 (MSN 4423) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - Operated by Overseas Airlines Aug 18, 1943 - 
					RFC Oct 15, 1945.  To civil registry as NC58093 (R Farrell, Hong Kong), 
					VR-HDB (Cathay Pacific Oct 03, 1946).  Registered as VH-MAL for New Guinea
					Airways Aug 3, 1953, but probably never used or operated by Cathay until Apr 22, 1954. 
					To W R Carpenter & Co Aug 06, 1955 - Mandated Airlines Jun 26, 1959 - 
					Ansett-MAL Jun 12, 1961 - Ansett Airlines of Papua/New Guinea May 09, 1968 - 
					Ansett (P & NG) Jul 28, 1973 and Bush Pilot Airways lsd Sep 1973 until bought 
					Mar 04, 1974. Returned to Cathay Pacific as VR-HDB Sep 23, 1983 and now preserved at 
					the Hong Kong Museum of Science & 
				18386 (MSN 4424) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - Oran, North Africa Jun 21, 1943 - USA Aug 16, 1945 - 
					To RFC Oct 23, 1945. To civil registry as NC64424 (Challenger Airlines 1946 - Monarch 
					Airlines Jun 01, 1949 - Frontier Airlines Jun 01, 1950 - Nevada Air Transport 1962 -
					Alamo Airways Sep 13, 1964 - Thunderbird Airways 1966 - Tropical Air Transport
					Inc, Miami, FL. Jan 1968 to 1973.  Also listed as w/o 23 Aug 1958 at Pueblo, CO
				18387 (MSN 4425) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as 
					NC69353 (No), HC-SGF (ATESA Sep 14, 1948) and HC-SJE-005 (Aerovias Ecuatorianas Jul 03, 1951).
					Crashed Sangai, Oriente May 14, 1972.
				18388 (MSN 4426) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - 10th Troop Carrier Squadron, 60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, 
					Brindisi, Italy. The aircraft was on a supply operation to the Piccadilly Pat partisan airfield near Nocim, 
					Yugoslavia 21Jul44; shot down during approach for landing by a German night fighter piloted by Hptm Leopold Feller 
					of Stab III/NJG 6, crashed and exploded [4KIA:1EVD].  MACR 14290.  
				18389 (MSN 4427) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 Used on project ‘Knocker’, movement of Eighth Air Force to UK. Ferried 	
					overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to UK 22Aug42. Eighth Air Force Oct42.
					North Africa Nov 19, 1942 - Condemned Nov 19, 1942 (Prob. enemy action)
				18390 (MSN 4428) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - South Atlantic Wing ATC, May 01, 1943 -
					USA Aug 01, 1944 - To spares Jun 17, 1945
				18391 (MSN 4429) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - Africa & Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
					USA Jul 29, 1945 - To RFC Oct 25, 1945. No further reports
				18392 (MSN 4430) to USAAF Jun 05, 1942 - .USA.   14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, 
					Fort Bragg, NC. South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX 23Sep42. Shortly after takeoff from Dalhart Field, TX 8Feb43, 
					smoke entered the cabin but later cleared. The pilot returned to Dalhart, the right engine catching fire 
					on landing caused by mechanical failure of the collector ring brace between #10 and 12 cylinders.
 					Assigned to Robbins Field, GA.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Aug 23, 1945 to Oct 20, 1945.
					To RFC Oct 20, 1945.  To civil registry as NC47968 for lease to Pioneer Airlines ‘Kit Carson’ 1948. 
					Returned to USAF after conversion to C-117C Mar 1952 - To USAF Air University Jan 1970
					Back to civil registry as N21ND (Indiana Dept of Civil Defense, Apr 1970 - 
					Vincennes University, IN. 1974), N21VU (Rr 1974), N37AP (Various owners/operators)
					Registration N37AP cancelled Oct 2, 2014.
				18393 (MSN 4431) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - Surveyed at George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Aug 29, 1944
				18394 (MSN 4432) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - Africa & Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
					USA Aug 26, 1945 - RFC Oct 04, 1945. To civil registry as NC54213 (Panagra May 23, 1946), 
					then YC-C-AVU (Avensa).  Crashed at Valera, Venezuela Dec 15, 1950.
				18395 (MSN 4442) to USAAF Jun 12, 1942 - Alaska Jun 23, 1942 - USA Jul 12, 1945 - 
					RFC Nov 05, 1945. To civil registry as XA-GEF (Aerovias Braniff SA), N4719V (Wardell 
					Hatch & Co) and PP-CDT (Cruzeiro ‘Coriamba’ del Oct 02, 1951, Reg Jan 22, 1952 - 
					Jari Industria e Comercio Nov 14, 1966). WFU at unkwn date.
				18396 (MSN 4443) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 - Alaska Jun 23, 1942 - USA Oct 04, 1943 - 
					W/o 13 Feb 1944 at Grenada AAF, MS.  Surveyed Feb 14, 1944.
				18397 (MSN 4444) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 - Alaska Jun 23, 1942 - USA Oct 04, 1944 - 
					RFC Sep 20, 1945. To civil registry as NC57609 (Universal Airlines Nov 21, 1946), then 
					TI-107 (TAN Jan 24, 1947). Missing Jul 01, 1947.
				18398 (MSN 4460) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jul 05, 1942 - 
					10th AF, India Nov 14, 1942 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 10th
					AF, Karachi. To Government of India Apr 10, 1946. 
				18399 (MSN 4461) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jun 05, 1942 -
					10th AF, India, Nov 14, 1942 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Feb 05, 1945 - 
					To RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registration as NC88805, then YS-30 with Aerovias Latino
					Americanas ‘Cuzcatlan’.  Crashed Apr 30, 1947 Ilapango Apt, San Salvador.  Collided
					with a locomotive while trying to land. Aircraft was destroyed by impact and fire.
				18400 (MSN 4462) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jul 05, 1942 -
					African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Dec 06, 1945 - RFC Dec 09, 1945. 
					No further reports.
				18401 (MSN 4463) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Airways Jul 02, 1942 -
					African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943. To French Air Force as 118401, French Flight 
					Test Center (1954) as F-ZJLX and French Government Nov 25, 1958 as F-BCBB.  Returned to 
					French AF Mar 20, 1964 and sold to Israel ADF Jan 25, 1967 as 1432, marked as 032/4X-FNX. 
					To US civil registry as N155JM with with Global Aircraft Industries, Phoenix, AZ
					Aug 27, 1999. then N150D with Ozark Airlines Museum, St Louis, MO.  To Basler Turbo Conversions,
					Oshkosh, WI Dec 16, 2016
				18402 (MSN 4464) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Central African Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Cairo Jun 01, 1945. 
					To civil registry as F-BCCL (STAEO Jan 25, 1952).  Crashed Tourane, Indochina Jun
					08, 1954.
				18403 (MSN 4465) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 9, 1945 - 
					RFC Nov 06, 1945. No further reports.
				18404 (MSN 4466) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Used on the ‘Arnold’ transport service across the North Atlantic 1942.
					North Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Nov 02, 1943 - 
					RFC Oct 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC14937 (RFC), CU-P144 (Aerovias « Q »), 
					CU-T144 (Cubana) and HK-864 (Texader Jul 1955). Cancelled 1971
				18405 (MSN 4467) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 -Used on the ‘Arnold’ transport service across the North Atlantic 1942.
 					North Atlantic Wing ATC May 1943 - USA Nov 16, 1943 - 
					North African Wing ATC Jan 08, 1944 - 12th AF, Italy - Cond Apr 28, 1944 (Spares)
				18406 (MSN 4468) to USAAF Jul 02, 1942 - Alaska May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 02, 1944 - RFC Oct 16, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC14941 with Air Carrier Transport.  Crashed and DBR 25 Feb 1946 at Newark, NJ.
				18407 (MSN 4469) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS Sep42.
					To RFC Sep 20, 1945. No further reports
				18408 (MSN 4470) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA - original 5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS.  Flown to Australia Jul 13, 1943.
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of B flight numbered 188 05Sep43.  Damaged taxiing Finschhafen NG 
					08Mar44, repaired.  Damaged taxiing Finschhafen NG 27Apr44, repaired. - USA Jul 01, 1944 - 
					RFC Oct 09, 1945.  To civil registry as NC361 and sold to the Chilian AF as FAC956 Apr 27, 1953.
					Crashed El Plumerillo May 12, 1967.
				18409 (MSN 4471) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - Oran, North Africa May 12, 1943 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - 
					RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as NC54206, CX-AIJ (PLUNA ‘Paysandu’ Apr 1947, 
					transfered to TAMU ‘524’ Feb 1979). WFU 
				18410 (MSN 4472) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - 14th AF, China Jun 21, 1943.
					To China AF Jun 29, 1943.
				18411 (MSN 4473) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, 
					Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, 
					Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; 
					Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. 
 					Damaged landing at St Raphael (Y-12) France Oct 24, 1944.  USA Sep 19, 1945 - RFC Sep 22, 1945. To civil 
					registry as PP-FVA (Various Brazilian govmt agencies), then C-47-2055 for the Brazilian AF.  
					Crashed Natal, RN, Brazil Mar 25, 1961.
				18412 (MSN 4474) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. Eighth Air Force Oct42. Base Air Depot No 2, Warton (Station 582). 
					Damaged while parked in ground accident with B-24 44-40378 taxying at Warton, UK 15May44.
					Condemned Mar 14, 1946 (Spares)
				18413 (MSN 4475) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA - Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 21Sep42 to 14Dec42.
					To RFC Oct 17, 1945
				18414 (MSN 4476) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 21, 1945. To civil registry as 
					NC15584 (Standard Airlines - Central Airlines - Frontier Airlines Oct 1967 - Houston Aviation
					Products Apr 01, 1968 - Shawnee Airlines, Orlando, FL. 1974). Derelict St Petersburg, FL. Sep 1976.
				18415 (MSN 4477) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, 317th TCG 46th TCS Australia Nov 10, 1942 to Dec 12, 1942 - 
					RFC Sep 20, 1945.  To civil registry as NC51881 (Nationwide Airlines - Puerto Rico Air
					Transport), XH-SAD (SAHSA Jan 05, 1952). Crashed 4m NNE Santa Rosa Jun 02, 1953.
					Rebuilt, registered again as XH-SAD to SAHSA Sep 19, 1957, changed to HR-SAD Mar 01, 1961. 
					Then TG-CAH (Aero Express Jul 01, 1975).  Crashed May 30, 1978 Santo Thomas,
					Guatemala. Noted stored Guatemala City (Sep 1980) until reported stored Port au Prince Nov 1983.
				18416 (MSN 4478) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, 
					Fort Bragg, NC.  Accident landing at Raleigh Municipal Airport, NC 10Mar43. The pilot attempted landing on a 
					short runway at Raleigh, necessitated by the long runway being closed due to construction. The runway used 
					was 2,550 feet long and satisfactory for the C-47 aircraft involved. A spot landing was not made, resulting in 
					an overshoot. The airport is approximately 10 feet higher than the road at the end of the runway used, 
					and the pilot being unable to stop the aircraft, resulted in the aircraft going over an embankment. 
					The left landing gear collapsed, causing the left wing to hit the road and shear off; the fuselage come 
					to rest on the center section and made a 160° turn. 307th Troop Carrier Squadron, 10th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. Crashed 4.7 miles SW of Fort Benning 27Oct43 [6KIS]. The C-47 took off from 
					Fort Benning on a training flight to practice landings. During a low altitude turn to finals the pilot probably 
					lost visual contact with the ground in poor visibility conditions. The left wing tip struck the ground; 
					the airplane cart-wheeled and burst into flames..
				18417 (MSN 4479) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 10, 1945. To civil registry as C-1201 (SEATA), 
					HK-1201 (SEATA - LANSA - Avianca Jul 10, 1952), N2077A (L B Smith), F-OART (Air France 
					Feb 19, 1956), N330 (Avalon Air Transport 1959 - Various owners/operators
					including LAVCO, lsd from Dec 29, 1966 to 1969 and Arax Airlines Oct 26, 1974 to 1978). 
					5N-ARC and N514GL reserved but NTU. Then to Spain as EC-177 (temp), EC-EJN (NTU) and last 
					EC-EJB (Delivered to ARM-Palfem Aeromarket Express dba, Palma de Mallorca
					without engines. Stored Palma-San Bonet Jul 06, 1996 without fin and only one engine). 
					N330 again (Global Equipment Leasing) end of 1999/early 2000.
				18418 (MSN 4480) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA - Oran, Algeria 12May43. 12th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #54], 
					60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Thiersville, Algeria May43. El Djem, Tunisia Jun43. Transported 
					paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade, the ‘Red Devils’, to a drop zone near the Primosole bridge, 
					Sicily on Operation ‘Fustian’ 13Jul43. Shot down by enemy ground fire and crashed [4KIA]. Condemned 23Jul43.
					4 KIA.  MACR 416.
				18419 (MSN 4481) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. Eighth Air Force 27Oct42.8th AF, UK Oct 27, 1942 - RFC Nov 08, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC65566; Babb Co, Inc, Glendale, CA; Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-2620; 
					rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA; Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-2620.
				18420 (MSN 4482) to USAAF Jul 01, 1942 - . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, 
					Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42. Eighth Air Force 27Oct42.
					RFC Nov 08, 1945.  No further details
				18421 (MSN 4483) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, later to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 2Oct42. Eighth Air Force 19Oct42.
					Oran North Africa Jan 31, 1943 - Karachi 10th AF - USA Aug 08, 1945 - RFC Nov 18, 1945.  Transferred to Central Air Transport
					Corporation Dec 21, 1945 as XT-T23.  To civil registry as 
					NC67872 (Pacific Airways May 10, 1947 - Hawaiian Airlines ‘21’ Oct 29, 1947 - Esso 
					Shipping Co, NYC), HK-1515E (International Petroleum Dec 04, 1953), HP-335 (TASA 1961) 
					and N502J (Various owners/operators, cancelled 1969)
				18422 (MSN 4484) to USAAF Jul 5, 1942. Delivered to USAAF 5Jul42. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42. Eighth Air Force 1Oct42.
					Oran 31Jan43 US 08Aug45.  Wfu 18 Nov 1945 at RFC; 
					To NC67872 Pacific Airways 10May47 Hawaiian "21" B29Oct47 Esso Shipping Co, NYC ; to HK-1515E on 
					4 Dec 1953 with International Petroleum; to HP-335 with TASA in 1961; to N502J in 1965  Atlantic 
					General Enterprises Inc, Washington, DC 1965 Talaria Aircraft Repr., NYC 1965 Canc 1969; wfu 1969
				18423 (MSN 4485) to USAAF Jul 16, 1942 - Delivered to USAAF 16Jul42. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42. Eighth Air Force 21Oct42.
					North Africa Jan 31, 1943 - USA Jun 30, 1945 - RFC Oct 14, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC56645 (Air Freight Inc). For sale Jul 11, 1947.  To Babb Company, Glendale, CA.  Registration cancelled
					Aug 1949.  To Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx.  Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company,
					Van Nuys, Glendale, CA.  To Royal Hellenic AF as 49-26xx, .
				18424 (MSN 4486) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, 
					Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. Eighth Air Force 19Oct42.
					Oran Nov 30, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy.  Condemned Jan 20, 1945 (spares)
				18425 (MSN 4487) to USAAF Jul 03, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. Eighth Air Force 21Oct42.  12th AF, Italy. 
					Condemned Sep 27, 1945 (Spares)
				18426 (MSN 4488) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942; 8th Air Force, UK 21Oct42; Oran, Algeria 31Jan43; 12th Air Force, 
					Italy; 7th Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group; transferred to the RAF 
					April 1, 1944 (RAF serial number unknown); possibly used by Field Marshal Montgomery; may have been destroyed 
					by enemy air attack Brussels 1Jan45
			   	18427 (MSN 4489) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - Bailed to Douglas Aircraft - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 12Dec42.  8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 
					313th Transport Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Ninth Air Force, Chartres (A-40), France. Damaged taxying 
					at Chartres 17Nov44.  USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil registry as NC75431 Rugene Tpt Corp, Dallas, TX 
					US Jun63 W S Young Constr. Co. , Ruston , LA, Sep68 J P Messina Trucking Service, Feb72 
					H E Guynn, St Petersburg, FL US 1976- Sale rep Jun79.  Finally to Colombian AF as 680A
				18428 (MSN 4490) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. 
					Eighth Air Force 21Oct42 8th AF- Oran Jan 21, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 29, 1944 - 
					USA Sep 04, 1945 - RFC Sep 07, 1945. To civil registry as NC75430 (United Air Lines - 
					Air News Inc, San Antonio, TX. - Frontier ‘Gran Canyon’ Jun 17, 1955 - Air
					Tours Leasing Co, Aurora, CO. Apr 12, 1963 - Club Aire Sport & Travel Ass., 
					Denver, CO. 1965 - California Airmotive Corp - D Cavener, May 07, 1970). 
					Crashed May 21, 1970 Prudhoe Bay, AK. 
				18429 (MSN 4491) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - USA - Appears as the close-up aircraft in the mass jump near the
					end of the film "Objective Burma".  To RFC Sep 05, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					NC67902 (Pan American Airways), XB-HIZ (Cia Mexicana de Aeroplanos SA ‘Tayolita’ Sep 12, 1947), 
					XA-GUS (Aeronaves de Mexico ‘Mitl’ Feb 03, 1948) and XB-FOO (Cia de Industria Pesquera 
					Oct 01, 1969).  Cancelled
				18430 (MSN 4492) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - USA - 4th TCS, 61st TCG, Dalhart Field, TX  Crashed 30 mi S of Dalhart, TX 10 Feb 1943.
					2 killed.  Aircraft condemned Feb 25, 1943 
				18431 (MSN 4493) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - USA - original 5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS.  5th AF, Australia Jul 13, 1943 - 
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCFA, VHCFN and VHCJB.   dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of B 
					flight numbered 184 05Sep43, collided with 42-23700 returning to Port Moresby from Tsili 
					Tsili pilot ordered crew to bail out then crash landed at Port Moresby.
				18432 (MSN 4494) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - USA - Crashed Jan 07, 1943 Lawson Field, GA 
				18433 (MSN 4495) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42.   8th AF, UK Oct 25, 1942 - Oran Jan 31,1943 - 12th AF, Italy - 
					FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as F-BCYR (Air France Jul 24, 1947), LR-AAM (CGT ‘Beyrouth’ 
					Aug 04, 1947, becoming Air Liban Mar 1951), OD-AAM (Rr may 1951), VR-AAZ (Aden Airways Jul
					27, 1964) and F-OCKT (Air Djibouti Jul 23, 1968). Crashed in sea 9m W Djibouti Jul 2, 1969.
				18434 (MSN 4496) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.   8th AF, UK Oct 4, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - F
					LC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LORD (Linee Aeree Italiane Jun 21, 1947 - Alitalia Nov 01,
					1957. Lsd to SAM.  Sold to Rhodesian Air Force Sep 9, 1964, then to Zambia Air Force. CurrentNo
				18435 (MSN 4497) to USAAF Jul 08, 1942 - Douglas Aircraft - Class 26 Sep 10, 1942 - To RFC 
					Feb 15, 1946.  To civil registry as NC66699 (Grand Central Airport Co Mar 27, 1947 to Nov 1953), 
					N4865V (Rr), N2001A Aluminium CO US of America, Pittsburgh, PA US, Dec59, Reregistered N534A Jun 1963,
					Newark Air Service Inc, Newark, NJ Apr69, GAC Rental Corp, May71, Robrose Sales of Florida Inc, Miami, FL 
					US 1971, Trans Airborne Inc, Miami, FL US 1972, N4800 GAC Rental Corp, Miami, FL US 1975 Air Freighters 
					Intl Inc, Addison, TX US 1976 H Beral, Addison, TX US Jun77 Oklahoma Aircraft Corp, Yukon, Co, Jan80. current 2011
				18436 (MSN 4498) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - USA - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 
					USA Jul 21, 1945 - To RFC Nov 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC75411 (Executive Air Transport - 
					Chicago & Southern - ARAMCO ‘Cormoran’ Dec 1953), Reregistered N717A 1955 Miami Aviation Inc, Jun71- 
					American Buyers Corp, Sturgis, MI US 1971 Englert Enterprises Air Sales Inc, Miami, FL US 1974.	
					HI-252 (ADSA Jun 1975 - Lsd to Aerovias Quisqueyanas Mar 1978). Noted wfu West Palm Beach, FL. 
					May 1980 as N717A, reported impounded Montego Bay, Jamaica (drug runner) and seen derelict
					there May 1983.
				18437 (MSN 4499) to USAAF Jul 08, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Sep 23 to Dec 09, 1942 - 
					North Africa Feb 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. Condemned Jul 08, 1944 (spares).  To the Babb Company,
					Glendale, CA.  Registration cancelled Aug 1949.  to Mutual Defense Assistance Program
					as 49-2625.  Reported to Royal Hellenic Air Force (355 Sqdn) as 49-2625 
				18438 (MSN 4500) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 -  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, 
					Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.   8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - Oran Feb 13, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy- FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
					To civil registry as I-LONA (Linee Aeree Italiane Nov 12, 1947 - Alitalia Nov 01, 1957), 
					PH-MAB (Martins Air Charter Feb 08, 1960 - Moormanair), then Indonesian Navy as U-603 from 
					Feb 1970 until WFU during the 1980s.
				18439 (MSN 4501) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 -Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42,  8th AF, UK Oct 27, 1942 - Oran, North Africa
					Feb 13, 1943 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Oct 30, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC67826 (Douglas Aircraft Corp), then SA-R3 (Saudi Arabian Royal Flight Jul 1947
					to Oct 1964), HZ-AAE (Saudi Arabian Airlines Feb 1966).  W/o Feb 09, 1968, cancelled
					1972
				18440 (MSN 4502) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - Used for training 5th AF, 317th TCG, 46th TCS Australia Sep 24 to Dec 09, 1942 - 
					Ground collision Laurinburg Field Jan 30, 1943.  Fuselage probably
					used with new wings for rebuilt as F-BCYI (Air Algerie Jun 1947 - Autrex May 1953). 
					Crashed Xieng Khouang, Indochina Mar 13, 1954.
				18441 (MSN 4503) to USAAF Jul 15, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 12Dec42.  8th AF UK Dec 12, 1942 -  43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467).   Is reported to have
					crashed during attempted forced landing 5 mi WNW of Shrewsbury
					Dec 14, 1942.  Must have been repaired if following history is correct. .
					86th Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Eighth Air Force, Hendon (Station 575), London. 
					Mid-air collision over London 10Aug43.
					Must have been repaired if following history is correct
 					USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Oct 30, 1945. To civil registry as NC47764 (Aramco ‘Tern’ 1946), 
					N718A (Rr 1955 - Pan Malaysia Air 1976 - All World Aviation, Rosslyn, CA. Mar 1977, 
					lsd to Air Libya 1978 - Various Owners/operators).  Wfu
				18442 (MSN 4504) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, 
					Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.    8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - Oran Nov 30, 1942 - 12th AF,
					Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945.  No further reports.
				18443 (MSN 4505) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.  8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - Oran Feb 13, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. To French Air Force, then to civil registry as 
					F-BEIX (CGT Sep 07, 1948 - Air France Jan 1950 - Cie Air Transport
					Mar 19, 1952 - Transgabon, lsd Mar 19, 1962 until bought late 1963).  Converted to Maxi-DC-3 Jan
					1964 for Transgabon, registered TR-LKM Sep 1965. Sold to Air Niger as 5U-AJ Jun 16, 1971, 
					lsd to Air Ivoire and crashed near Founkoueye, Niger Jun 10, 1977.
				18444 (MSN 4506) to USAAF Jul 21, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.  8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - Oran Nov 30, 1942 - 12th AF,
					Italy - FLC Jan 03, 1946.  To civil registry as I-SOLE (SISA May 10, 1947 - 
					ALI Sep 12, 1949 - LAI Sep 28, 1952), I-LOTT (reregistered Mar 31, 1953,
					cancelled Mar 02, 1955), then to Italian AF as MM61824, later sold to Somali
					AF (wfu)
				18445 (MSN 4507) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - Condemned Oct 05, 1944 (missing)
				18446 (MSN 4508) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42.  8th AF, UK Oct 25, 1942 - Oran Jan 31, 1943 - 7th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					62nd Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Italy. 
					Crashed 14 May 1944 after mid-air collision with C-47 No 42-23527 and 42-92992 at Gaudo, Italy. One killed.  
					Condemned May 20, 1944.
				18447 (MSN 4509) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42.  8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
					FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as F-BCYK (Air Algerie Jan 08, 1948 - Air France Apr
					1953).  Crashed St Priest Jan 28, 1956 on approach to Lyon Apt. 
				18448 (MSN 4510) to USAAF Jul 10, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. 8th AF, UK Oct 23, 1942 - Oran Feb 3, 1943 - 17th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Istres-le-Tubé (Y-17), France. 
					The aircraft departed Istres-le-Tubé for a flight to Ambérieu (Y-5), France 15Sep44; crashed with right engine failure at 
					atitude in the Rhône river near the island of Piboulette, between Montfaucon and Slate, France.  Condemned Sep 23, 1944 (crashed) 
				18449 (MSN 4511) to USAAF Aug 17, 1942.  Crashed Aug 23, 1942, Patterson Field, OH.
				18450 (MSN 4512) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.  8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - Oran Feb 1, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
					Condemned Jun 01, 1943 (Collision) 
				18451 (MSN 4513) to USAAF Jul 26, 1942 - Broke up in thunderstorm near Sweetwater, TX Apr 20, 1945.  
					25 killed.
				18452 (MSN 4514) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.  8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - 313th Transport Squadron, 
					31st Air Transport Group, Ninth Air Force, Bolleville (A-25), France. Accident landing at Bolleville, France  13Oct44.
					Condemned Oct 20, 1944 (Spares)
				18453 (MSN 4515) to USAAF Jul 20, 1942 - . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.   8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF. 
					Condemned Dec 07, 1942 (Collision)	
				18454 (MSN 4516) to USAAF Jul 13, 1942.  7th Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group, 
					Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. Crashed after engine failure taking off at Florence AAB, SC 7Aug42. 
					Condemned 10Aug42; repaired. 307th Troop Carrier Squadron, 10th Troop Carrier Group, Grenada Field, MS. 
					Dmaged by bird strike near Grenada 18Feb44.
					Returned to USA - To RFC Sep 02, 1945.  To civil registry as NC86565 (Panagra Dec 15, 1945). Cancelled
				18455 (MSN 4517) to USAAF Jul 13, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.   8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - Oran, North Africa
					Feb 02, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 29, 1944 - France Jul 15, 1945 - 
					To civil registry as F-BEIP (Air Maroc Oct 20, 1948 - Autrex Jun 1952 - 
					Crashed into Red River, Hanoï, Indochina May 21, 1954.
				18456 (MSN 4518) to USAAF Jul 13, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42.  8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - Oran, North Africa
					Nov 15, 1942 - USA Jan 30, 1945 - To RFC Dec 20, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					CF-CUA (Canadian Pacific Airlines ‘180’ Aug 31, 1946). Destroyed by time bomb St 
					Joachim, PQ, Canada. Sep 09, 1949. All 23 onboard killed.  The aircraft disintegrated in flight 40 miles 
					outside of Quebec. Detonation of a dynamite bomb in the forward baggage compartment. Bomb was
					planted by Albert Guay, a jeweler, in a plot to kill his wife who was a passenger on the plane.  He
					wanted to collect a life insurance payout and also so he could woo his teenage mistress.
					Guay, who assembled the bomb, had his accomplice, Marguerite Pitre, delived the bomb to the airport
					and arranged to air express the bomb on the aircraft. Ms. Pitre's brother, a clockmaker, helped make 
					the timing mechanism. The insurance policy was for $15,000. All three were hanged for their crimes
				18457 (MSN 4519) to USAAF Jul 15, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42.   8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - Oran, North Africa
					Jan 31, 1943 - USA Aug 15, 1945 - To RFC Oct 31, 1945.  To civil registry as NC69040 in 1951, 
					to NN321HA 1963 (Various owners/operators) and AN-ASP (LANICA 1976 to 1978). WFU.
				18458 (MSN 4520) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Dec 12, 1942 - 12th AF,
					Italy. 35th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Ciampino, Rome, Italy.  
					W/o 31 Oct 1944 at Benny-sur-Mer, France.  Condemned Nov 04, 1944 (Crashed)
				18459 (MSN 4521) to USAAF Jul 29, 1942 - used in training by 5th AF, 317th TCG, 41st TCS, Australia Sep 28, 1942
					to DEc 28, 1942 - USA - To RFC Jan 22, 1946.  To civil registry as PP-NAN (NAB Feb 27, 1947,
					cancelled Apr 24, 1949),..., N8011E (Caribair Jun 1963 - Interstate Air Service Corp, 
					Caroline, PR. Nov 04, 1968). Noted derelict San Juan, PR. Dec 1970. Current on USCAR!
				18460 (MSN 4522) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42.  8th AF, UK Oct 1, 1942 - Oran, North Africa Jan 31, 1943 - 
					USA Jul 27, 1945 - To RFC Oct 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC53416 (Peninsular Air 
					Transport Jun 24, 1946 to Aug 03, 1947), YV-C-SAB and YV-C-ARG (RANSA). 
					Crashed El Lorza Jun 30, 1950.
				18461 (MSN 4523) to USAAF Jul 19, 1942 - Eighth Air Force UK 24Oct42.  Oran Tafaraoui, Algeria 14Feb43. 
					Eighth Air Force UK. 86th Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Heston (Station 510), London. 
					Damaged taxying at Heston 27Sep44.  Returned to USA Sep 01, 1945 - To RFC Nov 06, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC75402 (Waterman Airlines - Superior Oil Co).  Crashed Rome Ciampino Sep 07, 1948.
				18462 (MSN 4524) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - W/o 15 Jul 1944 at Scotts Bluff AAB, NE.  Survey Alliance, Nebraska. 
				18463 (MSN 4525) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 -Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - Oran, North Africa
					Feb 17, 1943 - USA Jun 29, 1945 - RFC Oct 14, 1945.  To civil registry as NC65764, 
					then YV-C-AFA (LAV). W/O Apr 12, 1957 Calabozo, Guarica.
				18464 (MSN 4526) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24Sep42 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - Oran Jan 31, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
					Condemned Dec 22, 1944 (missing on inventory).  Also listed as W/o 15 Mar 1945 at Kerman, Iran
				18465 (MSN 4527) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 11, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					C-401 (Vias Aereas Colombianas), C-508, later HK-508 (Servicio Aerea Medelin 
					Jul 1948 - Avianca Sep 1951). Converted to Hiper DC-3 for Avianca and crashed 
					Tumaco, 100km NE Cali, Aug 12, 1974.
				18466 (MSN 4558) to USAAF Jul 26, 1942 -USA - W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Springfield, IL.  
					To Class 26 Chanute Field, IL. Jul 15, 1943
				18467 (MSN 4559) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil
					registry as NC75405.  Cancelled.
				18468 (MSN 4560) to USAAF Jul 27, 1942 - USA - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 27Dec42. Eighth Air Force UK Aug43. 
					Returned to US 1944. 307th Troop Carrier Squadron, 10th Troop Carrier Group, Grenada Field, Grenada, MS. 
					Ditched after engine failure three miles NE of Kansas City, AR 3Mar44. Surveyed 11Apr44.
				18469 (MSN 4561) to USAAF Jul 27, 1942.  . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42 - 8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
					Condemned Nov 13, 1942 (Ditched)  NC54228 to Argentine Navy in 1948 s/n 0282, to 5-T-12 30 Dec 1963
				18470 (MSN 4562) to USAAF Jul 27, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 16, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC74595, VT-CIG (Orient Airways Feb 13, 1947), VT-CPF (ntu), AP-AAF (reregistered Oct 01, 1947. 
					Damaged beyond economical repair in a forced landing due to engine failure on takeoff on a 
					dry river-bed Oct 13, 1954.  It was subsequently recovered to the Shangrila resort at Lower 
					Kachura Lake, near Skardu, Pakistan, and is now in use as the DC-3 Cafe. Carries ‘Orient Skyliner’ 
					titles.  [Still extant 2015]
				18471 (MSN 4563) to USAAF Aug 05, 1942 - Oran, North Africa May 10, 1943 - USA Jul 10, 1945 - 
					To RFC Oct 09, 1946.  To civil registry as NC50474, XA-GEQ (Communicaciones Aereas Vera Cruz -
					Aerovias Latinas Americanas), N4887V, CF-IAE (Shell Aviation Ltd Aug 22, 1955 - Shell
					Canada Ltd Sep 27, 1963), C-FIAE (Dept of Lands and Forests Jun 20, 1969). 
					Operated by the Province of Alberta (based at Edmonton) since 1975.  As C-FIAE, noted 
					recently in Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
				18472 (MSN 4564) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 18, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC57626 Lario Oil and Gas Co., Wichita, KS US.  Carolina Cartage Co, Madisonville, TX US 
					Aero Industries, Addison, TX US Jan69. Texas Instruments Inc, Dallas, TX US Feb70-Nord Aviation Inc, Pembina, MD. 
					Operated as sprayer since Mar 21, 1979 Nord Aviation Inc, Pembina, MD.
				18473 (MSN 4565) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 09, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC54550 (ntu) then NC34999 (Kansas City Southern Skyways). The Babb Company, Glendale, CA 14Jul49. 
					Registration cancelled 29Jul49. To Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation 
					Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				18474 (MSN 4566) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - North Africa May 31, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - 
					FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To French AF as AdlA 118474 20Apr48 - GT3/61 Jul49 - GT1161 "F-RAMB" 1951   
					CIET340 May54, GTI/62 May55 GLA49 "F-SCHV" Feb56- ELA56 Jun58 GSRA78 Oct58 GLA49 "F-SCHM" Feb60.  Then 
					to Niger AF as 5U-MAA Dec 15, 1961.  Transfered to Air Niger as 5U-AAL, 
					wfu Mar 1976.
				18475 (MSN 4567) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS Sep42,  African 
					Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 14, 1945 - RFC Jul 22, 1946.  No further reports
				18476 (MSN 4568) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 11, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC51894, cancelled.
				18477 (MSN 4569) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - Operated by Northwest Airlines Aug 15, 1942 - 
					Alaska Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 15, 1944 - RFC Oct 09, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC88772 and PP-YPL (REAL Nov 20, 1947). DBR Apr 15, 1958 Lindrina,
					Parana...but...reported with Fuerza Aerea Boliviana Nov 1973 as TAM-14.
				18478 (MSN 4570) to USAAF Jul 30, 1042 - Used for training by 5th AF, 317th TCG, 39th TCS, Australia Sep 28, 1942 - USA -
					To RFC Oct 09, 1945. 
				18479 (MSN 4571) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS Sep42. 
					RFC Nov 04, 1945. To civil registry as NC54228 (Lone Star Air Cargo).  Cancelled.
				18480 (MSN 4572) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - Used in training by 5th AF, 317th CG, 41st TCS, Australia Sep 30, 1942 to
					Dec 14, 1942 - Oran, North Africa May 07, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as 
					F-BCYJ (Air Algerie ‘Fleche de Bougie’ Apr 14, 1947 - Autrex Dec 1951).  Destroyed Nam Bac Apt, 
					Laos Apr 25, 1954.
				18481 (MSN 4573) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS Sep42.  
					10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking - 
					Condemned May 15, 1945 (Spares)...but known to have been
					on Chinese civil registry (XT-T56) with CNCA (probably rebuilt), then N8356C with Civil Air
					Transport Inc, Dover, DE. Dec 1949.  No further reports
				18482 (MSN 4574) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA.  To civil registry as NC5 (CAA Oct 14, 1945, then 
					FAA Dec 15, 1958), N99 (reregistered Feb 01, 1973), and N101Z (US Dept of Agriculture, Forestry
					Service, Ogden, UT. Jul 25, 1977).  Cancelled 1982.  Now located at Wasilla 
					Transport Museum, Alaska.
				18483 (MSN 4575) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - 10th AF, India Apr 22, 1943 -
					India China Wing ATC - W/o 20 Jun 1943 at Sookerating, India.  Condemned Jun 23, 1943.
				18484 (MSN 4576) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 
					North Africa Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - WFU Apr 26, 1945.
				18485 (MSN 4577) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - 1st AF, 63rd TCG - Crashed Blairstown, NJ. Sep 19, 1942.
				18486 (MSN 4578) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - Oran, North Africa Jul 05, 1943 - 
					Condemned  Jul 08, 1944 (Missing inv.)
				18487 (MSN 4579) to USAAF Aug 03, 1942 - Used in training by 5th AF, 317th TCG, 41st TCS, Australia 
					Sep 28, 1942 to Dec 14, 1942 - Oran, North Africa May 10, 1943 - 
					Eighth Air Force, UK 30Mar44. 48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire- to RFC Dec 14, 1945 - 
					Scottish Aviation Limited 14Dec45 for civil conversion.  To civil registry as EI-ACG (Aer Lingus
					‘St Malachy’ Apr 17, 1946. Leased to Silver City Airways Apr 07, 1959 to Oct 28, 1960), 
					EI-ALR (Benedar Air Ltd Jan 02, 1961).  Delivered 14Jan61 to Société d'Exploitation et de Construction Aéronautique (SECA), Le Bourget, 
					Paris, France for overhaul and modification, then sold to French Navy Oct 10, 1961 as 8487/87. Operated by 
					squadron 56S as ‘87/F-YFGC’, later ‘F-YGGB (1969 to 1979).  Preserved Ste Mere l’Eglise 
					Airborne Troops Museum (Normandy).   Later replaced by 42-100825. Preserved and on display at Nîmes-Garons, France. With the
				 	impending closure of the navy base at Nîmes, the aircraft is moved to Lann Bihoué, Bretagne/Brittany. Exhibited at BAN Lann Bihoué; 
					dedicated 18Sep10 on the occasion of the BAN Lann Bihoué Open House for the Naval Aeronautics Centennial.
				18488 (MSN 4580) to USAAF Aug 03, 1942 - USA - 10th AF, India Mar 15, 1943 - India China Wing 
					ATC May 01, 1943 - WFU Oct 03, 1945.
				18489 (MSN 4581) to USAAF Aug 04, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 14, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC57135, YV-AKU (LAV), YV-C-AKU (Rr Jun 27, 1946). Crashed Caracas-Maiquetia Apt, Venezuela
					Dec 01, 1959 
				18490 (MSN 4582) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 23, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC17713 (Wien Alaska Airlines - Leased by United Air Lines Jun 05, 1946). 
					Crashed Oakland, CA. Jan 27, 1949.
				18491 (MSN 4583) to USAAF Aug 06, 1942 - Operated by Northwest Aug 15, 1942 -
					Alaska Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Panama Feb 10, 1946. To civil registry as NC4111 (Trans Alaskan
					Airways).  Crashed Sep 29, 1948, Cordova, AK.  Rebuilt and sold to French AF, operated as ‘118491’ 
					until stored Châteaudun 1971.  To civil registry again as F-WSGS (Rousseau Aviation, Dinard 1972), 
					N18255 (various owners/operators including Ace Freighters Dec 1972... Basler Flight 
					Service Inc 1975... Airgo Air Freight, Dallas, TX. Feb 1977 and BO-S-Aire 1979), N28BA Aug 1982,
					cancelled.  Noted as HR-ALU in Honduras Dec 18, 2009.
				18492 (MSN 4584) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - Operated by American Airlines Aug 14, 1942 - North 
					Atlantic Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - European Wing ATC Jun 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Oct 10, 1944 -
					9th AF, Netherlands/Belgium.  Condemned Jan 10, 1947. (Spares)
				18493 (MSN 4585) to USAAF Aug 05, 1942 - Operated by Western Aug 11, 1942 - Alaska Wing ATC 
					May 01, 1943 - Operated by TWA Jun 19 to Sep 13, 1944 - To RFC Oct 14, 1945.  To civil 
					registry as NC38939 (Chicago & Southern), N4585, CF-JRY (Shell Aviation Ltd Jul 18, 1957 - 
					Shell Canada Ltd Jul 07, 1959 - D G Harris Productions Ltd ‘Arctic 7’, Toronto Nov 18, 1969. 
					Destroyed by storm Malton, ONT. Aug 30, 1970.					
				18494 (MSN 4586) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - In USA with 39th Troop Carrier Squadron, 317th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 30Sep42. - Crashed when hit high tension wires while attemping to land 
					and crashed near Maxwell Field, AL Dec 5, 1942.  12 killed.
				18495 (MSN 4587) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - 14th AF, Chungking Jun 21, 1943.  To
					China Jul 04, 1943.
				18496 (MSN 4588) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942; Lawson, Fort Benning, Columbus, GA 28Aug42; Pope, 
					Fayetteville, NC 10Sep42; Del Valle, Austin, TX 9Oct42; 3rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					63rd Troop Carrier Group, Victorville, CA; damaged while parked in collision by C-78 42-58231 
					taxying at Del Valle TX 29Nov42; Duncan, San Antonio, TX 24Dec42; 
					Del Valle, TX 17Jan43; Victorville, CA 28Jan43; modified as XCG-17 glider at Clinton County, 
					Wilmington, OH Jun 14, 1944; stored Davis-Monthan, Tucson, AZ Aug 25, 1946;
					Rebuilt by Advance Industries Inc as (DC-3C) N69030, then XA-JID (CMA Jul 20, 1950 - 
					Petroleos Mexicanos Jan 21, 1969), XC-OPS (reregistered Jul 07, 1969).  Cancelled Sep 1980; 
					Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as ETM-6043 [1980]; Esc 311 [Aug93]; broken up Dec93
				18497 (MSN 4589) to USAAF Aug 08, 1942 - Operated by Western Aug 11, 1942 - Alaska Wing ATC 
					May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 14, 1945 - RFC Nov 21, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC56800 (H Weeler).  Cancelled Aug 18, 1954 on export to Nicaragua
				18498 (MSN 4590) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 -  to 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS Oct42 to 5th AF 317th TCG 
					40th TCS flown with Australian radio c/s VHCCJ and VHCFB to Depot 21Sep43.   To 5th AF 317th TCG 
					39th TCS as 17 Oct43.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS operated by RAAF for ADAT as ‘VH-CCJ’ 03Oct42 
					later ‘VH-CFB/Slut II’ . Condemned Mar 26, 1945 (Spares)
				18499 (MSN 4591) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 63rd TCS and flown 
					to Australia by them 06Aug43 W/O Manila spares 13Aug45.
				18500 (MSN 4592) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - USA - Used in training by 5th AF, 317th TCG, 46th TCS, Australia Oct 01 to
					Oct 06, 1942 - 14th AF, Chungking Jun 20, 1943.  To China Jun 29, 1943.
				18501 (MSN 4593) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - Used in training by 5th AF, Australia Oct 01 to
					Dec 12, 1942 - USA - RFC Apr 15, 1946. To civil registry as C-149 (Avianca), 
					HK-149 (reregistered - LANSA Jul 10, 1952 - Avianca 1954, converted to Hiper DC-3 - TANA Sep 06, 1974 - 
					El Venado 1975).  Crashed El Topal Apt, Colombia Oct 25, 1976.
				18502 (MSN 4594) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 27Dec42.  8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942 - USA Aug 22, 1945 - 
					To RFC Nov 13, 1945.  To civil registry as CF-CPV (Canadian Pacific ‘172’ Dec 07, 1945 - 
					Trans Air ltd Sep 01, 1957), CF-TAR (reregistered Nov 02, 1961).  Crashed Oct 07, 1970.
				18503 (MSN 4595) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #26/G], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; 
					Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; 
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42.   African Eastern Desert Dec 15, 1942 -
					North Africa Oct 17, 1943 -  Ferried to England departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, 
					Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44.  8th AF, UK Feb 17, 1944 - To 9th AF, 354th FG in USA Aug 31, 1945 - To RFC Feb 25, 1946. 
					To civil registry as NC54357 (Arrow Airways - Air Tours Inc - Pioneer Airlines), 
					N91232 (All American Aviation Nov 25, 1951 - Allegheny Jan 02, 1953 - Lsd to
					Southern until sold May 31, 1955).  Then N498 and CF-JNR (Trans Labrador Airlines Dec 22, 1956 - 
					Eastern Provincial Dec 09, 1959).  Crashed St Pierre, Canada Apr 04, 1961.
				18504 (MSN 4596) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - W/o 25 Apr 1944 at Idalou AAAF, TX.  Surveyed May 02, 1944
				18505 (MSN 4597) to USAAF Aug 07, 1942 - 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #61], 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42.
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via 
					Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, 
					Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, 
					Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Twelfth Air Force Aug43. 
					Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to 
					Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 96th Troop Carrier Squadron [6Z*U], 440th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Bricy (A-50), Orléans, France. Used on the Green Project to expedite the return of solders to USA. Ferried via the North Atlantic. 
					Departed Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales to Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland. Crash landed at Selvogur, Nes 48km (30 miles) 
					SE of Reykjavik, Iceland 5Aug45. The aircraft was damaged in a crash landing after the flight crew got lost at night in thick fog. 
					The landing gears and the underside of the fuselage and wings sustained damage after a wing hit a hay stack.
				18506 (MSN 4598) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942 - USA May 27, 1943 - 
					Narsarssuak Jun 29, 1943 - USA Nov 30, 1944 - To RFC Sep 2, 1945.
					To civil registry as NC60897, cancelled.
				18507 (MSN 4599) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, used in training by 317th TCG, 46th TCS Oct 12, 1942 to										
					Dec 12, 1942 - Douglas Aircraft Sep 09, 1943 - W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Salt Lake, UT -- Recl Feb 27, 1946.
				18508 (MSN 4600) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - USA - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Damaged when force landed by bad 
					weather six miles east of Hondo, TX 30Oct42. Central Africa Wing, Air Transport Command 29May43. Twelfth Air Force, Italy.
					Damaged in an accident on the ground at Aden, Arabia 15Jul44.  Written off 30Nov45.
				18509 (MSN 4601) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 16, 1945.
				18510 (MSN 4602) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - Used in training by 317th TCG, 46th TCS Nov 2, 2142 to Dec 12, 1942.
					To RFC Nov 08, 1945.
				18511 (MSN 4603) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, 
					Fort Benning, GA Aug42; named ‘Texas Tornado’. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm 
					Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, 
					Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; 
					Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Ninth Air Force. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. El Adem, Egypt 10Dec42. Fayid, Egypt Jan43. 
					Nouvion, Algeria 9May43. Guercif, French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 376th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily 
					on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Shot down by friendly fire from the US Navy after some of the paratroopers had jumped; 
					the aircraft crashed into the Mediterranean Sea [4KIA]; survivors rescued by USS Ghirardi.
				18512 (MSN 4604) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier 
					Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42.  Operated by American Airlines Aug 12, 1942 - 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, 
					Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; 
					Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. 
					Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa.
					Condemned Jul 15, 1943 (Ditched)
				18513 (MSN 4605) to USAAF Aug 11, 1942 - 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #63], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. 
					Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field,
					Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri,
					Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, 
					North Africa. Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. 
					Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. 313th Transport Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Bolleville (A-25), France. 
					Crashed on takeoff from Bolleville 4Sep44.  W/O for spares 4 Sep 1944 at Bolleville, France.  
				18514 (MSN 4606) to USAAF Aug 11, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Damaged 
					when ground looped at Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 13Dec42. Eighth Air Force 3Nov42. 43rd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). North Atlantic Wing, 
					Air Transport Command 6Jul43. The aircraft ground looped on landing at Kassos Field, Melgerðismelar, 
					Iceland 7Aug44. Surveyed 31Aug44; condemned 23Nov44
 				18515 (MSN 4607) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 -Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field,
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 27Dec42.   8th AF, UK Dec 25, 1942 - USA Aug 15, 1945 - 
					To RFC Nov 14, 1945.  To civil registry as N67827 (Douglas Aircraft Corp), 
					SA-R2 (Saudi Arabian Royal Flight Jul 10, 1947), HZ-AAD (Saudi Arabian Airlines 1969), 
					4W-ABT (Yemen Airways).  Crashed Baidan Nov 09, 1974, probably rebuilt as known as
					ET-AHQ (Ethiopian Airlines) May 1981.  WFU
				18516 (MSN 4608) to USAAF Aug 11, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 24Dec42.8th AF, UK Dec 24, 1942 - 9th AF. To
					civil registry as OK-WBA (CSA 1946), sold to the French AF Mar 01, 1960.  Operated as ‘118516’ 
					by various squadrons until stored Chateaudun 1971.  To civil registry again
					as F-BTDK (Rousseau Aviation 1972), then Chad AF as TT-LAH 1972, current (StoredNo).
				18517 (MSN 4609) to USAAF Aug 21, 1942 - USA - To RFC Nov 05, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC58022 (Kansas City Southern Airways).  The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled Aug49. 
					Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, 
					Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				18518 (MSN 4610) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - Tenth Air Force, India 22Mar43. 3rd Ferrying Squadron, 
					1st Ferrying Group, Chabua, Assam, India. Damaged taxying at Jorhat, Assam, India 16Apr43. 6th Transport Squadron, 
					1st Transport Group, India-China Wing, Air Transport Command, Chabua, Assam, India 29May43. On 13Jul43, the aircraft 
					departed Mohanbari, India for Kunming, China on a routine mission over the Hump. The crew radioed from the vicinity of 
					Sookerating, Assam, India for a weather report at Yunnanyi, China; the aircraft did not arrive in Kunming [4KIA].
  					MACR 320.  Condemned Aug 07, 1943.
				18519 (MSN 4611) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct42. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #9], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42; named ‘Boomerang’. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air 
					Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, 
					Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension
				 	Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. 
					Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of 
					the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on 
					Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Crashed [4KIA]. Condemned 16Aug43.
				18520 (MSN 4612) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 27Dec42. 18th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Twelfth Air Force. (64th TCG, 18th TCS) damaged landing at Ciampino, Rome, Italy 30Jul44.
					USA Jul 11, 1945 - To RFC Jan 31, 1946.
				18521 (MSN 4613) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - 37th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Accident landing at
				 	Del Valle 23Oct42. The pilot had been on duty since before dawn and did not have adequate training.
				 	He undershot the runway on approach for this dusk formation landing. Unfortunately there were piles of gravel at 
					the end of the runway to be used for runway improvements and no obstruction lights placed where they needed to be. 
					The C-47 skidded to a stop, landing gear and propellers destroyed. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier 
					Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Damaged by a bird strike five miles SE of Fayetteville, NC 8Mar43. 805th Base Unit, 
					I Troop Carrier Command, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged while parked in a ground accident at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN 1Jan45.
 					To RFC Mar 04, 1946.  To civil registry as NC57669.	To the Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration 
					cancelled Aug49. Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, 
					Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				18522 (MSN 4614) to USAAF Aug 23, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #12], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42; named ‘Briar Hopper’. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. 
					Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, 
					Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension 
					Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. 
					Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. El Adem, Egypt 10Dec42. Fayid, Egypt Jan43. Nouvion, Algeria 9May43. Guercif, 
					French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 376th Parachute Field Artillery 
					Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. 
					Shot down by friendly fire from the US Navy and crashed near Gela [5KIA].
					MACR 695.  The MACR wrongly list this as 42-10740
				18523 (MSN 4615) to USAAF Sep 01, 1942 - Used in training by 317th TCG 41st TCS oct 20, 1942 to Dec 14, 1942 - 
					South Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Aug 03, 1944 - RFC Nov 14, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC88876 (Paul Mantz Air Services), 
					NC56780 (reregistered), PP-XDG (M B Lima & Cia Nov 11, 1949), PT-AEC (A J Moura Andrade Oct 17, 1950, 
					operated by Air Lomo) and PP-YQQ (REAL Feb 18, 1954, becoming Varig Aug 1961). 
					Cancelled May 29, 1970, broken up.
				18524 (MSN 4616) to USAAF Aug 13, 1942 - USA - RFC Jun 06, 1945. Tail  used to repair 
					MSN 1545 (NC16009)
				18525 (MSN 4617) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 36th Troop Carrier Squadron[Nose #11], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, 
					Fort Benning, GA Aug42; named ‘Sandy’. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, 
					Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; 
					Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, 
					Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. El Adem, Egypt 10Dec42. Fayid, Egypt Jan43. Nouvion, Algeria 9May43. Guercif, 
					French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 376th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion, 
					504th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Before the drop zone, the aircraft was shot 
					down by friendly fire from the US Navy and crashed two miles NNW of Scoglitti, Sicily [5KIA].
				18526 (MSN 4618) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - USA - Used in training 317th TCG 41st TCS  ct 20, 1942 to Oct 29, 1942 -
					Crashed Cocooa, GA Oct 29, 1942.   To Class 26 Nov 05, 1942 at Gulfport, MS.
				18527 (MSN 4619) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [4C*F; Nose #5], 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42; named ‘Jiminy Cricket’. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, 
					Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; 
					Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; 
					Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 
					25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 376th Parachute 
					Field Artillery Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. 
					Twelfth Air Force 22Aug43. Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Castelvetrano 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, 
					Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force.
					Condemned Jan 15, 1947 (Spares)
				18528 (MSN 4620) to USAAF Aug 14, 1942 - 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #28/I], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 
					16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 
					19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and 
					Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 
					Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily 18Oct43. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via 
					El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. 
					313th Transport Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Grove (Station 519). Accident landing at Helmstedt (R-39), Germany 23Apr45
					Condemned May 06, 1945 (accident, to spares)
				18529 (MSN 4621) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #6/G], 316th Troop Carrier 
					Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 
					10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42;
					Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri,
					Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Twelfth Air Force, 
					Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Castelvetrano 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia;
					Gibraltar; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					Loaned to RAF - 8th AF, UK Feb 25, 1944 - USA Aug 09, 1945 - To RFC Nov 19, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC62253 (American Flyers), PP-SQM (VASP (Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo SA) Jun 1951), 
					C-47-2082 (Brazilian AF May 1960). 
					Stored Campo dos Afonsos Feb 1979, then PT-KZM with Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO
					Taxi Aereo), to HI-465.  WFU, last with Argo 
					To Southern Wings Corp, Miami, FL. Jan 1982.
				18530 (MSN 4622) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943 - USA Feb 04, 1945 - Pacific Wing ATC Jul 1945.  Crashed 24 Apr 1946 at Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands.
					At least one fatality.  Aircraft condemned Apr 30, 1946 (Crashed).
				18531 (MSN 4623) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group,
					 Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 
					10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 
					19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and 
					Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa.
 					Condemned Jul 08, 1944.
				18532 (MSN 4624) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 37th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 
					10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; 
					Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; 
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa.
					Condemned Dec 24, 1942.
				18533 (MSN 4625) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group,
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 
					10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; 
					Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; 
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa.  10th AF, India 
					Feb 25, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 29, 1943. Condemned Oct 21, 1944 (Missing)
				18534 (MSN 4626) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, 
					Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via 
					Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; 
					Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria;
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa.
					African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - Oran, North
					Africa Jun 11, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. Condemned Jul 15, 1943 (Crashed).
				18535 (MSN 4627) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #2/C], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 
					16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém,
					Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; 
					Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, 
					North Africa. Twelfth Air Force, Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Castelvetrano 13Feb44.
					Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar. Lost and low on fuel, the aircraft safely force landed on the racecourse at 
					Leopardstown, south of Dublin, Eire 22Feb44. With the available length of the field too small, all cargo and loose 
					equipment was removed from the aircraft; the runway was entended by felling trees by blasting which damaged 
					some 24 nearby homes. The aircraft was flown out to nearby Baldonnel 23Feb44 and was released to continue to
					England departing 24Feb44 to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. .
					8th AF, UK Feb 29, 1944 - USA Aug 16, 1945 - To RFC Jan 29, 1946. 
					Registered NC56001 Jan46, cancelled 3Aug47; American Republics Project for Cuban Government; 
					Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba as 203; Based at Anacra Field, Rancho Boyeros; Crashed near 
					Managua, Habana Province on August 27, 1947 with engine failure
				18536 (MSN 4628) to USAAF Aug 18, 1942.  36th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #13], 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42; named ‘Yankee Doodle’. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, 
					Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; 
					Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, 
					Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. 
					Ninth Air Force, North Africa. El Adem, Egypt 10Dec42. Fayid, Egypt Jan43. Nouvion, Algeria 9May43. Guercif, 
					French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 376th Parachute Field 
					Artillery Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. 
					Shot down by friendly fire from the US Navy and crashed [crew survived].  Must have been repaired.
					USA Jul 16, 1945 - To RFC Dec 26, 1945.  To civil registry as NC88790 (Executive
					Transport Corp 1946 - United Air Lines ‘C/l Philadelphia’ Oct 26, 1946 - AAXICO Jan 22, 1950 - 
					Central Airlines 1951 - Aircraft Charters Inc Dec 31, 1964 - Claude Hutchinson Air
					Services Plainview, TX. 1965 - Mannion Express Co, Detroit, MI. 1967 - Mannion Air Charter). 
					WFU.
				18537 (MSN 4662) to USAAF Oct 05, 1942 - USA - . Force landed after a fire during a test flight from 
					Long Beach, CA at Buena Park, CA 6Oct42.  Leased to Douglas Aircraft Co Dec 03, 1942 - 
					To RFC Nov 04, 1945. To civil registry as N9922H, then AN-ACZ (Lanica).  DBR Aug 27, 1948.
				18538 (MSN 4663) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS Australia Oct 03, 1942. to 5th AF,
					317th TCG, 40th TCS Jan 17, 1943.  To Depot Jul 22, 1943.  To 478th Ser Sq Dec 27, 1943. Operated with
					Australian radio callsigns ‘VHCCK’, later ‘VHCFC’.  Condemned Manilla Dec 31, 1945.
				18539 (MSN 4664) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS, Australia Oct 09, 1942.  To 5th AF, 317th
					TCG, 40th TCS Jan 17, 1943, operated as ‘VHCCL’, 
					later ‘VHCFD Estelle’- To Depot Aug 19, 1943.  Oahu Island, HI. Jul 06, 1945 - To WAA Dec 13, 1946.  To civil registry 
					as NC68180 (Ferry rgn), then to Argentine Navy as 0296/CTA-15.  First Argentinian aircraft to 
					land on South Pole. Stored Base Aeronaval Ezeiza Nov 1978 awaiting possible transfer to Bahia 
					Blanca Museum.  Only fuselage reported Ezeiza early 2001
				18540 (MSN 4665) to USAAF Aug 28, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 14, 1943 - India China
					Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Cond Jun 10, 1943 ... but officially registered in Canada as 
					CF-CPY (Canadian Pacific ‘175’ Dec 11, 1945 - Conelly-Dawson Apr 28, 1960 - Great Northern 
					Mar 04, 1966 - GNA(1970) Ltd - International Jet Air Apr 21, 1971).  Cancelled Dec 1975. 
					On static display at Whitehorse International Airport, Yukon, Canada.   Repainted in CPAL colours (See note 
					with MSN 4667)
				18541 (MSN 4666) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #71], 316th Troop Carrier Group,
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via
					Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim 
					Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, 
					Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Twelfth Air Force Aug43. 
					Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to
					Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Damaged landing at Folkingham (Station 484) 5Apr44.
					Returned to USA Aug 22, 1945 - RFC Nov 08, 1945.  Officially registered in Canada as 
					CF-CPW (Canadian Pacific ‘173’ Jun 08, 1946 - Trans Air Ltd, Aug 29, 1957). Reregistered CF-TAS
					Oct 26, 1961 (Various owners/operators), then C-FTAS (Dec 1979).  Still flying today as HB-ISB 
					with Classic Air (See note with MSN 4467).  Preserved at Buochs, Switzerland
				18542 (MSN 4667) to USAAF Aug 28, 1942 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug42. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Aug42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 
					16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, 
					Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; 
					Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, 
					North Africa. Twelfth Air Force. 14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. 
					Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via El Aounia, 
					Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Aberporth, Wales; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall; 
					Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force.  8th AF, UK Mar 21, 1944 - USA Aug 2, 1945 - 
					RFC Nov 13, 1945.  No further. reports  (Note: This aircraft 
					most probably became CF-CPW, which was officially registered as MSN 4666 with previous 
					identity as 41-18542!  In turn CF-CPY must have been MSN 4666, as reported formerly 41-18541. 
					This would be coherent with the condemnation of 41-18540 in India in Jun 1943 and the similar
					service life of MSN 4666 & 4667). 
				18543 (MSN 4668) to USAAF Aug 28, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, May 01,
					1943.  Crashed due to birdstrike with 6th TPS, 1st TPG Aug 25, 1943, Mohambari AB, India.  MACR 674
				18544 (MSN 4669) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 20, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, 
					May 29, 1943. Cond Apr 23, 1943.
				18545 (MSN 4670) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - India-China Wing, Air Transport Command. 13th Ferrying Squadron, 
					1st Ferrying Group, Chabua, Assam, India.  10th AF, India Mar 03, 1943 - India-China
					Wing ATC, May 01, 1943.  Missing over the Hump during flight from Kunming, China to Sookatering, India
					Apr 19, 1943. 
				18546 (MSN 4671) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 17, 1943 - India China
					Wing ATC, May 29, 1943.  Crashed near Kunming during
					flight from Kunming to Chengtu Oct 7, 1944, China.  MACR 9435
				18547 (MSN 4672) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India China
					Wing ATC, May 29, 1943.  Crashed near Tyunnany during flight to
					Kunming Nov 10, 1944, China.  MACR 10075
				18548 (MSN 4673) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, 
					May 29, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi. Sold by 10th AF to Government of India Apr 19, 1946 
					(Parts of VT-ZWNo)
				18549 (MSN 4674) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 08, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, 
					May 29, 1943. Crashed at Sambhar, India Nov 27, 1943.  Condemned Nov 29, 1943.
				18550 (MSN 4675) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - Alaska Oct 24, 1942. Cond Nov 05, 1943.
				18551 (MSN 4676) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, India Dec 26, 1942 - India China Wing ATC, 
					May 29, 1943.  To Tata Airlines Dec 21, 1945 (Registration not known).
				18552 (MSN 4677) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, Karachi Apr 26, 1943 - India
					China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Crashed at Shivpuri, India
					Dec 16, 1943.  Condemned Dec 30, 1943.
				18553 (MSN 4678) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 -  10th AF, India Dec 26, 1942 - India
					China Wing ATC, May 29, 1943. Crashed 3 mi W of Lalmanirhat AD, India
					Jun 21, 1944.
				18554 (MSN 4679) to USAAF aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, India Dec 26, 1942 - 14th AF, Chungking 
					Sep 02, 1944 - 10th AF, Karachi Oct 20, 1944.  11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat 
					Cargo Group, Dinjan, Assam, India.  Crashed 3 Mar 1945 at Ledo, India when made a turn
					too low during landing attempt. 2 crew, 25 passengers killed.
					15 were female nurses.  Condemned Mar 04, 1945 (DBF).
				18555 (MSN 4680) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 21, 1942 - Accra Dec 28, 1942 - 
					10th AF, India Feb 25, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - USA Feb 01, 1945 - 
					RFC Mar 25, 1946. Later to Argentine Navy as 2-Gt-21, then to Paraguayan Navy 1979 as 0278/5-T-26). 
					Wfu.   Stored Asuncion w/o wings early 2002.
				18556 (MSN 4681) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 14, 1942.  Diverted
					to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) Dec 18, 1942.  Missing during
					flight from Kunming to Dinjan Nov 17, 1942. 3 killed.  The aircraft was loaded with tin billets at Kunming 
					for transport back to India. About one hour out from Kunming, and slightly southeast of Likiang on the 
					Able route, the pilot told an eastbound CNAC pilot that #60 was icing badly. The other pilot had just come 
					through from India on the more southerly Charlie route, and responded that he had not experienced icing 
					and didn’t see any Japanese on his route. This was the last known radio contact with #60. 
					No trace of this aircraft or crew has been found
				18557 (MSN 4682) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 26, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC51879 (Freight Air Inc, Miami, FL. Jul 05, 1949 to May 26, 1950 - 
					International Air Transport), HC-SMC (SANTA), CB-73 (LAB Feb 09, 1951), and
					CP-573 (Rr Oct 01, 1953 - Frigorifico Maniqui 1975).  Crashed San Bora, Beni, Bolivia 
					Jan 18, 1976.
				18558 (MSN 4683) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 12, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC55297 (Standard Airmotive, CF-KBU (Saskair Oct 29, 1957 - North Canada Air Sep 03, 1965 
					to (1976)... Various owners/operators ... Slate Falls Airways (Mar 1981) - Bearskin Lake Air 
					Services, Feb 1983), N9002Y (KDD Aviation Leasing Inc, Upper Saddle
					River, NJ. Jan 06, 1987, current on USCAR Mar 2003.
				18559 (MSN 4684) to USAAF Sep 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
					Dec 18, 1943 - USA Dec 04, 1944 - RFC Nov 21, 1945.  To civil registry as NC18775, then 
					PP-CDI (Cruzeiro ‘Banzo’ May 08, 1950.  Crashed Itajai, Santa Catarina, Brazil Aug 19, 1958.
				18560 (MSN 4685) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS, Australia, operated as ‘VHCCI’
					Oct 03, 1942.  To 5th AF, 317th TCG, 40 TCS, flown with Australian call sign VH-CCI.
					Crashed Gulf of Carpentaria Feb 10, 1943.  Also listed as condemned Nov 27, 1942.
				18561 (MSN 4686) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - Oran May 31, 1943, 12th AF, Italy May 31, 1943 - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
					To civil registry as I-LETR (Linee Aeree Italiane Jan 15, 1948).  Crashed Malpensa Apt Nov 28, 1951.
				18562 (MSN 4687) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - USA - Crashed 15 May 1943 into Gingercake Mountain, NC during fog.   
					18 onboard killed.  Surveyed Victorville, CA. 
				18563 (MSN 4688) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - Oran May 10, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy May 31, 1943 - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC22410, C-101 (Avianca Oct 09, 1947).  Converted to Hiper DC-3. Reregistered HK-101, 
					sold to LAOS Ltda, registration cancelled 1970, noted derelict Barranquilla Sep 1972.
				18564 (MSN 4689) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCB, 33rd TCS, Australia Oct 26, 1942.  Operated as VH-CCU "The Flying
					Dutchman".  Crashed into side of Mt. Obree, Papua New Guinea Nov 10, 1942 while carrying troops from Port
					Moresby to Pongani, New Guinea.  7 of 23 onboard were killed.  Some survivors walked out to try and get
					help.  Of 8 sent out, 6 survived.  The plane and the remaining survivors were never recovered.  The
					wreck was found in 1967.
				18565 (MSN 4690) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - Oran May 10, 1943 -- 12th AF, Italy May 31, 1943 - W/o in accident Jun 13, 1943.
				18566 (MSN 4691) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - USA - Broke up in midair Sep 27, 1943, 12 mi SW of Lawson Field, GA
				18567 (MSN 4692) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, 384th TCG, 21st TCS Australia Jan 12, 1943 - Nosed over Sep 14, 1944,
					repaired.  To USA Feb 09, 1945 - To RFC Jan 15, 1947. To civil registry as PP-YPH (REAL Sep 15, 1947), 
					N97U Aug 11, 1959, N4646S Jun 1963, N464FS Jun 1970 (Various owners/operators), cancelled 1976.
				18568 (MSN 4693) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS as 54 Dumbo Jan 21, 1943, Australia 
					Jan 21, 1943, operated as ‘VHCCM’ - 317th TCG, 41st TCS ‘The Broadway Ltd’ Oct 27, 1943 - Crashed 5 mi SW 
					of Dobodura #7 strip, New Guinea Apr 1, 1944, due to engine failure on takeoff and hit trees trying to return to strip.
				18569 (MSN 4694) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 14th AF, Chungking Jun 28, 1943.  Diverted
					to China Jun 28, 1943.
				18570 (MSN 4695) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - USA - 317th TCG Nov 1942 - RFC Oct 03, 1945.  To civil 
					registry as CF-BXZ (Maritime Central Feb 15, 1946). Crashed 10m NW Gaspe, PQ Mar 22, 1952.
				18571 (MSN 4696) to USAAF Sep 07, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 67th TCS, Australia Oct 14, 1942, operated as ‘VH-CCN’ for 374th
					TCG.  Crashed Dec 3, 1942, Ponondetta, New Guinea.
				18572 (MSN 4697) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 15, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS Pacific 
					Nov 18, 1842 - Noumea Dec 18, 1943 - Returned to USA Feb 24, 1945 - To RFC Oct 05, 1945. To civil registry as 
					C-150 (Avianca), HK-437E (Siderurgica Paz del Rio Smarta Jun 1958 - Taxader Aug 23, 1962). 
					Crashed 30m from Barrancabermeja Apt, Colombia Dec 06, 1962.
				18573 (MSN 4698) to USAAF Sep 07, 1942 - 5th AF, 274th TCG, 6th TCS, Australia Oct 05, 1942, flown with radio
					callsign VH-CDY - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS Oct 14, 1942.
					With 13th TCS, 6th TCG lost Jan 13, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 735
				18574 (MSN 4699) to USAAF Sep 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS Pacific 
					Nov 16, 1942 - War Weary Dec 10, 1943.  Returned to USA Sep 03, 1945 - RFC Oct 02, 1945.  No further reports.
				18575 (MSN 4700)to USAAF Sep 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS, Pacific 
					Nov 04, 1942 - Noumea - Returned to USA Jul 08, 1944 - To RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as NC59409
					(Northwest Airlines ‘380’ Nov 02, 1945 to Sep 1954), N744V Carrier Corp, Syracuse, NY US Car Locators Inc, 
					Indianapolis, IN, 1965 Charlie Stuart Leasing Inc, Indianapolis, IN Oct67 Chedar Corp, Indianapolis IN, 
					Nov68 Business Aircraft Inc, Green Bay, WI, Mar70 E R Fischer, Green Bay, WI, Feb72 Basler Flight 
					Service Inc, Oshkosh, WI 1973 Manhattan Airlines Inc, Syracuse, NY US 1974 Way Mac Enterprises Inc, 
					Jackson, MS 1976-Meridian Air Cargo Inc, Oct77 Viking Int'l 1979 Academy Airlines 1979 R D McSwiggan, 
					Griffin, GA, R28Jun7.  Current on USCAR Mar 2003, sale reported. 
				18576 (MSN 4701) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 06, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS, Pacific 
					Nov 16, 1942.  Condemned Tacloban Oct 21, 1945 (Spares).
				18577 (MSN 4702) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS Australia Oct 10, 1942.  To 5th AF 317th TCG, 
					40th TCS Jan 17, 1943.  To 54th TCW Nov 3, 1943 from 478ith Ser Sqn back to 5th AF 317th TCG, 40th TCS.  Operated
					as ‘VH-CCO’, later ‘VH-CFG Yanks Delight’, then ‘Bugle Nose’ -  Damaged taxiing Dobodura NG 12 Feb44, repaired.
					Returned to USA Aug 22, 1944 - RFC Apr 02, 1946.  To civil registry as CF-ECN Aug 23, 1946 (corporate),
					crashed Great Slave Lake, NWT, Canada. Jan 02, 1951. 
				18578 (MSN 4703) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 123th TCS, Pacific Nov 04, 1942 -
					Noumea Dec 19, 1943 - Returned to USA as war weary Jun 02, 1944 - To RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC44782 (Transair Inc), to PP-PCC Panair do Brasil Feb 20, 1947, PP-CCT
					(Cruzeiro ‘Bugio’ Jul 01, 1947), PP-FVI (Ministry of Public Works Jun 12, 1958), 
					PP-CCT (Cruzeiro ‘Fui’ Aug 25, 1961). Sold as C-47-2087 to Brazilian AF Dec 31, 1961, wfu (1981)
				18579 (MSN 4704) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS Pacific Nov 16, 1942 -
					Noumea Nar 10, 1944 - USA Feb 23, 1945 - RFC Oct 24, 1945.  To civil registry as NC56969, 
					PP-XBO (Dias Henrique & Cia 1947), PP-KAC (Viabras Oct 14, 1947, ntu), PP-BRF (L A Bras Feb 
					07, 1948, ntu), PP-IBA (Central Aerea Ltda Aug 13, 1948 - Viabras Nov 20, 1954), PP-ANR (Nacional 
					Aug 1957 - REAL Sep 1956). Sold as C-47-2079 to Brazilian AF 1961 until stored Rio Campo dos 
					Afonsos (Jun 1980) for sale. Scrapped at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
				18580 (MSN 4705) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 06, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS, Pacific 
					Nov 04, 1942 - Noumea Oct 18, 1943 - USA Aug 29, 1945 - RFC Oct 03, 1945.  To civil registry as
					YV-AKE (LAV Jun 1946), YV-C-AKE (reregistered Jan 08, 1947).  Crashed Canaima Apt Aug 27, 1972. 
					Preserved at Venezuela AF Museum, Maracay.
				18581 (MSN 4706) to USAAF Sep 10, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS, Pacific Nov 04, 1942 -
					Tacloban Dec 31, 1945 - FLC Aug 13, 1947.  No further reports.
				18582 (MSN 4707) to USAAF Sep 10, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS, Pacific Oct 15, 1942 - 
					Noumea - Returned to USA war weary Apr 18, 1944.  Converted to C-47C (Feb 1945).  Crashed Mar 13, 1945 56 km SW of
					George West, Texas, which is about 30 mi W of Corpus Christi.  Missing on Inventory Apr 11, 1945.  There is
					a photo of the plane taken at Bergstrom Field, TX Jun 20, 1944 without wings or engines.
				18583 (MSN 4708) to USAAF Sep 10, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS, Australia Oct 09, 1942, To 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 
					as Sleepy Saloon in Sleepy Lagoon flown with Australian radio c/s VH-CCP and VH-CFH’ - To USA Aug 19, 1945 - 
					To RFC Oct 21, 1945.  No further reports.
				18584 (MSN 4709) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 7th TCS, Australia Oct 09, 1942, operated as ‘VHCCQ’, 
					later ‘VHCFI Flamingo’, then ‘Pel’ - to 5th AF, 317th TCG, 40th TCS, to 4788th Service Sqdn Nov 27, 1943
					from 54th TCW back to 5th AF 317th TCG, 40th TCS Jan 6, 1944.  Damaged while parked at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
					Feb 12, 1944.  Repaired.  Back to USA Aug 01, 1944 - To RFC Sep 15, 1945.  No further
					reports.
				18585 (MSN 4710) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS, Australia Oct 03, 1942.  Crashed into stream bed near
					Bodinumu village in New Guinea.  3 killed.  Condemned Oct 18, 1942 (Accident).
				18586 (MSN 4711) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF,384th TCG, 6th TCS Australia Oct 09, 1942, To 5th AF, 3178th TCG, 40th TCs,
					to Depot Oct 27, 1943.  to 5th AF317th TCG, 46th TCS as 93 Dec 27, 1943.  Operated as
					‘VH-CCR’, later ‘VH-CFK Shamrock’ - To USA Jun 12, 1944 - To RFC Nov 15, 1945.  To civil registry as C-153
					(Avianca), converted to Hiper DC-3. Reregistered HK-153, crashed Bucaramanga Apt, Colombia Mar 11, 1965.
				18587 (MSN 4712) to USAAF sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 33rd tCS as Full House Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated as ‘VH-CDP’.
					Detained by Adm Halsey at New Caledonia enroute Oct 26, 1942.  Crashed Nov 9, 1942 on takeoff from Espiritu Santo, 
					New Hebrides.
				18588 (MSN 4713) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 33rd TCS, Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated as ‘VH-CCV’, 
					later ‘VH-CFO The Hiawatha’.  Harmon Field, Far East Jan 01, 1948 - Sold to Venezuela in 1948.  Missing on Inventory 
					Sep 30, 1949 ... but reported as NC86583 with Air Charters Inc (No)
				18589 (MSN 4714) to USAAF Sep 25, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 24Dec42.   Condemned Oct 21, 1944 (Spares)
				18590 (MSN 4715) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th
					AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS, Pacific Nov 04, 1942 - Noumea Nov 18, 1943 - Returned to USA Dec 10, 1944 - RFC Oct 11, 1945. 
					To civil registry as NC86553 (Delta Air Lines ‘53’ 1946 to Mar 31, 1963 - Various owners/operators until
					sold to Del Caribbean Corp, San Juan, PR. May 24, 1993 and operated by Borinquen Air (Air Puerto 
					Rico).  Current Mar 2003 as N86553.  To Thirsty 13th LLC Jan 19, 2010 and being restored at Meacham 
					Field, Fort Worth Texas.
				18591 (MSN 4716) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - USA - Used in training by 317th TCG, 41st RCS Nov 12, 1942 to Dec 14, 1942.  
					Crashed Jan 23, 1943, Maxton, NC.
				18592 (MSN 4717) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS Pacific 
					Oct 14, 1942. Crash landed on a reef on Louisiade Archipelago Oct 20, 1942.  Condemned Noumea Apr 15, 1944.
				18593 (MSN 4718) to USAAF Sep 14, 1942 - . 48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Oujda, 
					French Morocco; Kairouan, Tunisia.  12th AF, Italy May 19, 1943.  . Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43, but 
					shot down by friendly fire from US Navy
					Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943 when 52nd TCW was dropping parachutists. 4 KIA.  504th PIR arrived during German air raid.
				18594 (MSN 4719) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 37th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42.
					Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, 
					Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, 
					Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; 
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa - Condemned Cairo May 09, 1943.
				18595 (MSN 4720) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 5th AF, 374h tCG, 33rd TCS, Australia Oct 26, 1942.  To 5th AF 317th RCG,
					41st TCS as 52 Jan 21, 1943.  To 54th TCW 27Oct43 to APO 923 Brisbane 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 96 14Feb44.  
					Damaged taxiing Dobodura NG 05Mar44, repaired.  Operated as ‘VH-CCW’ later ‘VH-CFP Texas Special’.  Operated
					as ‘VH-CCW’, later ‘VH-CFP Texas Special’. Condemned Nov 29, 1944 (Spares).
				18596 (MSN 4721) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group,
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 
					10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, 
					Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; 
					Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. 
					Ninth Air Force, North Africa.  Condemned Dec 04, 1942.
				18597 (MSN 4722) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 33rd TCS as Sleepy Saloon the Golden Arrow Oct 24, 1942
					To 317th TCG 41st TCS as 94 Feb 2, 1943. Dropped paratroops at Nadzab, New Guinea as part of C flight
					numbered 413 Sep 5, 1943.  To 54th TCW Oct 27, 1943.  Operated as ‘VH-CCX’, later ‘VH-CFQ Golden Arrow’. 
					Condemned Mar 26, 1945 (Spares).
				18598 (MSN 4723) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - Detained by Admiral Halsey at New Caledonia enrouge Oct 26, 1942.
					Released Nov 28, 1942.  5th AF, 374th TCG, 33rd TCS, named "The Jayhawk", Australia operated
					as ‘VH-CDS’. Condemned Dec 01, 1943 (Accident)
				18599 (MSN 4724) to USAAF Sep 17, 1942 - 17Sep42. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #24/E], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. 
					Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; 
					Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42;
					Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to 
					Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Twelfth Air Force Aug43.
					Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily 18Oct43. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; 
					Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					8th AF, UK Feb 18, 1944 - Returned to USA Aug 22, 1945 - To RFC Oct 07, 1945. No further reports.
				18600 (MSN 4725) to USAAF Sep 18, 1942 - 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #22/C], 316th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, 
					Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, 
					Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 
					21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. 
					Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily 18Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, 
					Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					8th AF, UK Feb 18, 1944 - Bari, Italy Dec 6, 1944 - Returned to USA Aug 17, 1945 - To RFC Oct 04, 1945. 
					To civil registry as C-402 (Vias Aereas Colombianos), C-507 (SAM Dec 01, 1947). Rr
					HK-507, crashed Medellin, Colombia Mar 01, 1950.
				18601 (MSN 4726) to USAAF Sep 18, 1942 - Detained by Admiral Halsey at New Caledonia enrouge Oct 26, 1942,
					Released Nov 28, 1942.  To 5th AF, 374th TCG, 33rd TCS as Little Skunk Face,Australia.  Later to 5th AF,
					317th TCG, 41st TdS as the South Wind Yankee Flyer Feb 2, 1943.  To depot Aug , 1943.  Operated
					as ‘VH-CCS’, later ‘VH-CFX South Wind’ - Returned to USA Mar 20, 1945 - Pacific Wing ATC Jul 25, 1945 - Guam
					Island.  9 Apr 1946  ground accident at Harmon Fd, Guam 1537AAFBU.  Missing on inventory Apr 12, 1947.
				18602 (MSN 4727) to USAAF sep 16, 1942 -  5th AF 374th TCG as Wabash Cannonball 17Oct42 to 317th TCG 41st TCS 
					as Wabash Cannonball 02Feb43 dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of C flight numbered 424 05Sep43.  
					To 54th TCW 27Oct43.  To 317th TCG 41st TCS as 66 The Yankee Flyer 25Jan44.  Flown with Australian 
					radio call signs VH-CCT and VH-CFR.  Returned to USA Dec 12, 1945.  To RFC Dec 12, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					C-901 (Cia Expreso Aereo Ltda), NC1821M, N434A, N134A, N134H, N734H (Various owners/operators). 
					Since Apr 21, 1998 current with Good Aviation, Grand Rapids, MI.
				18603 (MSN 4728) to USAAF Sep 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 27Dec42.  Africa, Eastern
					Desert Jun 30, 1943.  35th Troop Carrier Squadron,  64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Italy.  
					Struck hill near Montieri, Italy Feb 2, 1945.  
					23 of 26 onboard killed.  Departing Florence-Peretola airport, Italy en route to Rome, Italy, 
					the C-47 entered a river valley. Hills on both sides of the river were obscured by strato-cumulus clouds and mist. 
					When entering a fog bank the crew advanced the throttle levers in an attempt to climb over the rising terrain. 
					The aircraft struck some trees and crashed three miles SW of Montieri, Italy.
					MACR 233 wrongly lists this serial number, but the MACR should have
					listed 41-31603.
				18604 (MSN 4765) to USAAF Sep 30, 1942 - Alaska Dec 23, 1942 - To Russia Jan 31, 1943.
				18605 (MSN 4766) to USAAF Oct 08, 1942 - African Middle East Wing ATC, May 29, 1943.  (12th FRG, HQ) ran out of 
					fuel and crashed at Damaturu, Nigeria Jul 7, 1943.  Pilot killed. 
				18606 (MSN 4767) to USAAF Oct 09, 1942 - 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #4], 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX Oct42; named ‘Hoosier Hot Shot’. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 
					19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42; Kano and 
					Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Deversoir, Egypt 25Nov42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 
					45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 25Nov42. El Adem, 
					Egypt 10Dec42. Fayid, Egypt Jan43. Nouvion, Algeria 9May43. Guercif, French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, 
					Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 376th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Before the drop zone, the aircraft was shot
					down by friendly fire from the US Navy and crashed in a swamp at Pantano d’Arcia, NW of Santa Croce Camerina, Sicily [5KIA].
					MACR 694.  52nd TCW dropping parachutists, 504th PIR
					arrived during German air raid.
				18607 (MSN 4768) to USAAF Oct 21, 1942 - Alaska Jan 15, 1943 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943.
				18608 (MSN 4769) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), 
					Boscombe Down, Wiltshire 1942. Oran, Algeria 22Jan43. 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). - 8th AF, UK May 14, 1943. In landing accident at 
					Burtonwood airport, UK (Station 590) Apr 16, 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.
				18609 (MSN 4770) to USAAF Oct 19, 1942.  To Russia Apr 02, 1943.  
				18610 (MSN 4771) to USAAF Oct 21, 1942 - Alaska Dec 28, 1942 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943.
				18611 (MSN 4772) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - USA - w/o? 5 Jan 1945  near Sumner, IL     805BU.  Survey George Field, IL. Jan 07, 1945.
				18612 (MSN 4773) to USAAF Oct 20, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 14Dec42 to 24Jan43 and 
					flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 24Jan43 flown with Australian 
					radio callsign VH-CFY.  10th AF 28Jan44. Back to 5th AF.  To USA 10Jan45 - To RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry 
					as NC88806, YS-47 (TACA), YV-C-AZS (TACA de Venezuela Aug 13, 1947 - LAV Jul 01, 1957), 
					YV-T-MTY and YV-C-TAP.  Cancelled by 1973. 
				18613 (MSN 4774) to USAAF Sep 20, 1942. Crashed 10 km NW of Lockhart, SC Nov 10, 1942.  At least 3 killed.
				18614 (MSN 4775) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945.
					To civil registry as F-BEIY (Cie Grle Transaharienne feb 25, 1949 - Cie Air Transport jul 1949 - 
					Air France Jan 1950 - Transports Aeriens Réunis 1969 - Air Dauphine 1969). Sold to Dahomey 
					AF May 1971, becoming Benin AF 1977. Operated as 775/TY-AAC, wfu, fate unknown.
				18615 (MSN 4776) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 5th original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 14Dec42 to 
					24Jan43 and flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 24Jan43 operated 
					as ‘VH-CCT’.  Returned to USA Jan 25, 1945 - To civil registry as NC206 for CAA Oct 17, 1945.  Crashed 
					Navajo Peak, CO. Jan 21, 1948. 
				18616 (MSN 4777) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - Oran, North Africa Jan 22, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - Crashed on takeoff at
					Giola del Colle AB, Italy Jan 22, 1944.  Condemned Jan 22, 1944. 
				18617 (MSN 4778) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India
					China Wing ATC, May 29, 1943. Condemned Jun 17, 1945 (Spares).
				18618 (MSN 4779) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India
					China Wing ATC May 29, 1943. Sold to Government of India Apr 19, 1946.
				18619 (MSN 4780) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 25, 1943 - India
					China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking. Missing on inventory Aug 01, 1946.
				18620 (MSN 4781) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 17, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943. Sold Dec 21, 1945 to Central Air Transport as CA2.   Crashed 3 Mar 1946 at Jinan, Shandong, China
				18621 (MSN 4782) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - USA - Crashed Apr 16, 1944 56 km (35 mls) W of Austin Municipal Airport, TX.
					The C-47 departed Bergstrom Field on an instrument training flight in the area. Some 20 minutes after takeoff the crew 
					had descended to an altitude of 300 ft above hilltops.  Friends of the pilot were fishing in a small stream in the area. 
					The airplane banked 50 to 60 degrees to left. The left wing then contacted trees. 
					Part of the wing was torn off and the crew lost control over their airplane. The C-47 crashed inverted.  Crew of 2 killed.
					Condemned Bergstrom Fld, TX. Apr 18, 1944.
				18622 (MSN 4783) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 09, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 2, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi Dec 07, 1977. Sold to Tata Airlines for spares Dec 21, 1945.
				18623 (MSN 4784) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - USA - To RFC Sep 03, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC15573 (Resort Airlines - Lake Central Airlines), N22T, N7711S, N711T, N7119, (Various 
					owners/operators) cancelled 1971.
				18624 (MSN 4785) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - USA - To RFC Sep 21, 1945. To civil registry as 
					NC57540 (Cia Bananera de Costa Rica, Dec53), YV-C-AVY (Avensa Apr 1, 1957), YV-C-LBE (LEBCA), 
					YV-C-TCB(Transcarga Nov 04, 1968), N47218 (Aero American Corp Sep 1971), CF-FAY (Astro
					Aviation, Nov 29, 1972 - Sterling Air Services Nov 29, 1972 - Lambair Ltd Jul 29, 1973).
					Rr C-FFAY 1975, sold Nov 1981 to Perimeter Airlines. Current with Buffalo Airways, Hay River, 
					NWT since May 23, 1996.
				18625 (MSN 4786) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 63rd TCS and flown to Australia 
					by them 03Aug43.  Otaru Aug 03, 1943 - Returned to USA Jun 15, 1944 - RFC Mar 31, 1946. 
					To civil registry as NC54726, C-116 then HK-116 (Avianca). Crashed Barranquilla, Colombia 
					Aug 29, 1950.
				18626 (MSN 4787) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - USA - Ground looped on landing 26 Aug 1943 at Keystone AAF, FL.
				18627 (MSN 4788) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - 26Oct42. Cairo, Egypt 17Feb43. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 
					45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #74], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. 
					Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, 
					Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484); named ‘Skip’ - 8th AF, UK Feb 27, 1944. 
					Lost Oct 24, 1944 with 31st TCG while on transport flight from Honington (Station 375) to Melsbroek (B-58), Brussels, Belgium
					MACR 10712.  [4KIA]. It is believed to have been shot down by Allied anti-aircraft fire near Dunkirk, France.
					Condemned Nov 10, 1944 (Missing)
				18628 (MSN 4789) to USAAF Oct 6, 1942 - 5th AF, 375th TCG, 56th TCS Australia Jul 06, 1943, operated with
					callsign ‘VH-CDO’.   42-23534 veered right on take off from Dobodura Strip No. 11 and crashed into 
					parked 42-18628 both aircraft destroyed by fire 10Aug43. 
					Condemned Aug 12, 1943 (Accident)
				18629 (MSN 4790) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - Oran, North Africa May 15, 1943 - USA Jun 0, 1945 - 
					RFC Dec 04, 1945.  To civil registry as NC51194 (TWA ‘321’ Feb 1946 to Dec 29, 1953), N34F 
					and N34FL (Various owners/operators).  Current with Speciality Restaurant Corp, Anaheim, CA. 
					since Aug 09, 1984.  In 2013 seen in parking lot of G-Star School of the Arts, Palm Springs, Florida
					fundraising for a restoration.
				18630 (MSN 4791) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 56 The Golden State Flyer.  to Depot 27Oct43.
					Damaged taxiing Tadji New Guinea 12May44, repaired.  Returned to USA - To RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as YV-ALU, then
					as YV-C-ALU (Linea Aeropostal Venezolana Aug 16, 1946).  Crashed off Barcelona, Venezuela May 21, 1955.
				18631 (MSN 4792) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 05, 1945. To civil registry
					as C-400 (Vias Aereas Colombianas). Crashed en route Villavicencio to Bogota, Colombia Mar 08, 1947.
				18632 (MSN 4793) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - Oran, Algeria 20May43. 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group,
					Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry
					Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					A resupply flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44 was aborted in bad weather. 
					61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). - 9th AF, UK Oct 13, 1944. 
					Two C-47 transport planes (42-100892 and 41-18632) crashed at the Bonne Fortune coal mine near Liège-Bierset Advanced Landing 
					Ground A-93 in Belgium in poor visibility conditions.  Four crew killed. Condemned Dec 08, 1944 (Spares).
				18633 (MSN 4794) to USAAF Oct 28, 1942 - Oran, Algeria 14May43. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron 
					[Nose/Tail #27/H], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England 
					departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to 
					Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 49th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier 
					Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). The aircraft participated in a resupply mission to a drop zone 
					in the Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44; crashed at Knokerdweg, Uden. Netherlands [crew survived]. Salvaged 21Oct44.
				18634 (MSN 4795) to USAAF Oct 28, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 10, 1945. To NC36540 Carter Oil Co. Dec53.   
					N84H Humble Oil & Refining Co., Tulsa, OK US Jun63.   Leeward and Hart Aeronautical Corp, Miami, FL US 1964.   
					Carrier Corp, Syracuse, NY US Dec66.   Air Transport Inc, Hebron,OH US, Dec67.  Humble Oil & Refining CO US.
					XB·HUZ Pollitos el as DE US Monterey, bought 18Nov68.  Derelict at MontereyDec79.. 
				18635 (MSN 4796) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 14, 1943 - India
					China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi. Sold to Government of India Apr 10, 1946.
				18636 (MSN 4797) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - North Africa Jun 05, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy.  w/o 13 Jun 1944  Gaudo, Italy   60TCG-11TCS.  Condemned Aug 04, 1944 (Spares).
				18637 (MSN 4798) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - USA.  Crashed Oct 21, 1943 SW of Grenada, MS.
				18638 (MSN 4799) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942.  To Russia via Alaska Mar 31, 1943.  Ultimate fate obscure.
				18639/18641 (MSN 6000 to 6002) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943.
				18642 (MSN 6003) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 22nd TCS Jan 15, 1943, to 5th AF 317th TCG, 41st TCS
					Flown with Australian radio callsign VH-CGA;   Crashed Mar 11, 1943 on supply drop at Skindawai, New Guinea.
					5 killed.  DBR 12 Mar 1943 at Dobodura Airfield, New Guinea
				18643/18644 (MSN 6004 to 6005) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943
				18645 (MSN 6006) to USAAF Nov 12, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 22nd TCS, Australia Jan 12, 1943 as 51 Linda Ann - 
					Flown with Australian radio callsign VH-CGB.  To USA Jan 27, 1945 - 
					To RFC Nov 02, 1945. To civil registry as NC49840 (Standard Airlines,
					later Pacific Southwest Airlines), JA-5018 (Sekiya Trading Co Nov 05, 1955, lsd to Japan 
					Helicopter Air Transport Dec 1955 - All Nippon Jul 07, 1958). Crashed Komaki, Nagoya Mar 16, 1960 
					after collision with JASDF F-86D JASDF 84-8136 (ex USAF 51-5894).
				18646 (MSN 6007) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 -  Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 52 Irene 
					14Dec42 to 24Jan43 handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS as Irene 24Jan435th AF, Australia ‘Irene’ 					
					Jan 12, 1943 -Flown with Australian radio c/s VH-CFB, VH-CHA, VH-CHB; 
					Transfered to RAAF Jul 11, 1944. To civil registry as VH-AER  (Dept of Civil Aviation Jul 11, 1944 -
					ANA/Guinea Airways Jan 29, 1945 - TAA ‘Batman’ Oct 14, 1946, later ‘Dampier’ - East West 
					Airways ‘Oxley City’ Mar 11, 1955). Reregistered VH-EWF Jun 14, 1955 and VH-EWE Aug 22, 1958. 
					Lsd to NSW Deptmt of Lands ‘Philip F Adams’ Nov 03, 1965, then sold to Connair Jul 13, 1973, 
					Fleetair Services, Tasmania Oct 14, 1976 and IPEC Mar 11, 1977.  Remains in Fleetair colours 
					until Apr 29, 1979, then named ‘Spirit of William’.  Sold again to Masling Commuter Services 
					Dec 1979, Racovolis Provedores Pty, Melbourne Feb 12, 1980 (operated with Setair colours), 
					Cranways Pty Sep 1980 and General Cargo Australia in 1981.  Last transferred
					by road to Adelaïde to become part of a McDonald’s Restaurant, West Lake Dec 03, 1983 as 
					VH-AER (1948 colours).  VH-AER, In 2000 sold to a Jeff Morgan, a/c dismantled and
					moved Karoona, South Australia-to be renovated.
				18647 (MSN 6008) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 -  5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS, Australia as 48 Blue Grass Baby 12Jan43 
					Struck another a/c taxiing 04Jan45, repaired  - Condemned Dec 31, 1945 (Spares)
				18648 (MSN 6009) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as Star Duster 
					16Dec42 and flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 18Jan43 to 5th AF 
					374th TCG 21st TCS as Star Duster - Flown with Australian radio callsign VH-CGC; 
					Crashed with 374th TCG, 41st TCS named "Star Duster" when starboard wing broke off Nov 21, 1943 and crashed
					near Monto, Australia.  MACR 1220.  All 14 onboard killed.
				18649 (MSN 6010) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as Duchess 14Dec42 
					and flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 24Jan43.  Flown with Australian radio 
					callsigns VH-CDH and VH-CHB. 
					To civil registry as VH-CDH (ANA Feb 25, 1945), VH-ANS (ANA ‘Mangana’ May 22, 1946 - Guinea
					Airways ‘Salamaua’ Dec 15, 1953), VH-GAJ (Rr Aug 1958), VH-ANS (Returned to ANA Jan 25, 1960 - 
					Airlines of South Australia Feb 14, 1961 - Airlines of New South Wales dec 14, 1964). 
					Wfu Jan 1967, broken up Essendon 04/06 Nov 1969.
				18650 (MSN 6011) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - Oran, North Africa Jan 12, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
					To civil registry as I-VARO (SISA Jan 30, 1948, becoming ALI Riunite 1949), I-LICE
					(Line Aeree Italiane Mar 1952 merging into Alitalia Nov 01, 1957.  Sold to Italian AF Jun 30, 1960 
					(probably as MM61895), wfu.  Aeronautica Militare Italiane Jun 30, 1960.  WFU
				18651 (MSN 6012) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 12Jan43.  
					Flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS on arrival flown with Australian radio c/s VH-CGD 
					Crashed near Dobodura Airfield, New Guinea May 12, 1943 when failed to return from mission to Oro Bay, New Guinea.
				18652 (MSN 6013) to USAAF nov 13, 1942.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 16Dec42 and flown 
					to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 19Jan43 ‘Ole Stonewall’. 
					To RAAF Aug 25, 1944.  To civil registry as VH-AET (Dept of Civil Aviation Nov 24, 1944 - 
					ANA Dec 20, 1944).  Crashed off Mile Beach, near Hobart, Tasmania Mar 10, 1946.
				18653 (MSN 6014) to USAAF Nov 04, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 12Jan43.  Flown 
					to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS on arrival ‘Burma Girl’ 12Jan43 later ‘Sleepy Saloon’.	
	 				Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCJA.  Back to USA Jan 29, 1945 - To RFC Oct 03, 1945.  
					To civil registry as NC65745 and PP-VBL (Varig Dec 16, 1948). Cancelled Mar 24, 1971, broken up Porto Alegre 1972.
				18654 (MSN 6015) to USAAF Nov 04, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific Feb 07, 1943 - Otaru
					Feb 23, 1943 - To RFC Oct 30, 1945. To civil registry as NC65358, LV-ABE (Aeronaves Dodero 
					Sep 21, 1946 - Alfa Jan 23, 1947 - Aerolineas Argentinas May 1949 as LV-ABE, PP-XET (Cruzeiro Aug
					31, 1950), PP-CDL (Rr Mar 15, 1951, named ‘Goitacas’), then to various Brazilian govmt 
					agencies as PP-FBK, (Aug 02, 1960), PT-BUR (Sep 1962), PP-FBR (Feb 14, 1968). Last sold 
					to Rico S/A as PT-KTV Mar 23, 1976.  Destroyed while used by Arara Taxi Aero.
				18655 (MSN 6016) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - Otaru Aug 03, 1943 - Manila. WFU Jul 02, 1945 (Spares).
				18656 (MSN 6017) to USAAF Nov 05, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 16Dec42 and flown 
					to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 18Jan43.  Operated as ‘VH-CGE Touch of Texas’ 
					To RFC Oct 09, 1945. To civil registry as NC56592 (Western 
					Air Lines), then converted to Super DC-3 as NC30000.  Acquired by USAF and converted to YC-47F and flew 
					with serial 51-3817 then to Navy as XR4D-8 BuNo 138659, reserialled as 138820.
				18657 (MSN 6018) to USAAF Nov 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - Hawaii Mar 14, 1943. 
					Wfu Oct 20, 1945 (Spares)
				18658 (MSN 6019) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 12Jan43.  Flown to Australia 
					by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS on arrival to Australia, and flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGF 
					Destroyed by Japanese bombind Nov 8, 1942 with 374th TCG at Jackson, Port Moresby, New Guinea.  MACR 4832.
				18659 (MSN 6020) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS "Miss Carriage" 12Jan43   
					Flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 12Jan43  - Condemned May 01, 1946.
				18660 (MSN 6021) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 12Jan43,  flown to 
					Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival ‘Shanghai Lil’ 12Jan43. flown with 
					Australian radio callsign VH-CJC.  To civil registry as VH-AES (Comm. of Australia Aug 24, 1944 - Leased 
					to ANA Sep 04, 1944 - TAA ‘Hawdon’ Jul 09, 1946, later ‘Hartog’), VH-SBA (TAA ‘ Moresby’, Dec 08, 1960), 
					VH-AES (Rr Sep 09, 1971, named again ‘Hawdon’ for special flights - Hawdon Operations-), 
					VH-SBA (TAA ‘Wewak’ Sep 10, 1971.  Wfu Jul 1973, cancelled Dec 31, 1974.  Preserved Tullamarine Apt, 
					Melbourne in 1946 c/s since Dec 13, 1979 as VH-AES.  Mounted on a plinth in a carpark
					at Melbourne AP from 1979 until 1987, when it was removed and restored to flying condition.
				18661 (MSN 6022) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 76 "Chattanooga Choo Choo" 
					14Dec42 to 24Jan43 and flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS as 76 
					"Chattanooga Choo Choo" 24Jan43 - Crashed in Owen Stanley Range enroute Dobodura to Port Moseby 12May43.
				18662 (MSN 6023) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 16Dec42 and flown 
					to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 19Jan43 ‘Johnny Reb 11’ and 
					flown with Australian radio callsign VH-CGF. 
					To civil registry as VH-AEP (Dept of Civil Aviation Jul 10, 1944, lsd to ANA Oct 13, 1944 - 
					TAA ‘Sturt’ Sep 12, 1946, later ‘Grimes’ then ‘Murray’), VH-SBK (Reregistered Apr 13, 1961,
					used for JATO trials), PK-RDC (Seulawah ‘Dharma Putra’ Sep 22, 1968).  WFU by 1981.
				18663 (MSN 6024) to USAAF Nov 11, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 16Dec42 and 
					flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 27Jan43 ‘Aeolus’, flown 
					with Australian radio callsign VH-CHC.  To civil registry as VH-AEQ (Dept of Civil Aviation Jun 11, 1944, 
					leased to ANA Nov 20, 1944 - TAA ‘Blaxland’ Sep 11, 1948, later ‘Hartog’ then ‘Wills’. Leased to 
					East West May 11, 1955, back to TAA May 1966 - Bush Pilots Airways ‘Lakeland Downs’ Mar 14, 1970 - 
					Lakeland Downs Ltd, Brisbane Mar 22, 1971 - Rgn cancelled Archerfield Jun 19, 1971, aircraft moved 
					to Chewing Gum Field Museum, Tallebudgera, Qld Mar 11, 1978. Displayed as VH-QLD in car Yard, 
					Springwood, Qld during the 80s’, then sold to A.Petersen.  Current status unknown.
				18664 (MSN 6025) to USAAF Nov 07, 1942 - 14th AF, Chunking Jan 21, 1943 - To China Jun 29, 1943.
				18665 (MSN 6026) to USAAF Nov 07, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as "Queenie"   
					and flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival - Back to USA Feb 04, 1945 - Atlantic Wing 
					ATC Jun 01, 1945 - Reported overseas Mar 9, 1947, missing on inventory.
				18666 (MSN 6027) to USAAF Nov 09, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 98 and flown 
					to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 12Jan43 .  Sold Aug 9, 1947, 
					no further records.
				18667 (MSN 6028) to USAAF Nov 09, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 02Jan43 and flown 
					to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 02Jan43 and flown with Australian radio callsign VH-CFE - 
					Accident Jan 24, 1944.
				18668 (MSN 6029) to USAAF Nov 10, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS "Geronimo" 20Feb43 
					flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival to 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS.  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VH-CFG;   
					With 374th TCG, shot down by fighters in the Tsili Tsilai area Aug 15, 1943.  MACR 14358.
				18669 (MSN 6030) to USAAF Nov 16, 1942 - USA - to RFC Oct 10, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC57667 (R W Duff, Miami, FL.).  DBR Maracaibo, Venezuela Dec 7, 1948.
				18670 (MSN 6031) to USAAF Nov 16, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 - Tacloban,
					Philippines. DBR Sep 6, 1945.
				18671 (MSN 6032) to USAAF Jan 7, 1943 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as "Flamin Mamie II" 
					16Dec42 and flown to Australia by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 18Jan43 flown with 
					Australian radio callsigns VH-CGG and VH-REG ; Operated
					by NEIAF as DT-953 callsign ‘VH=REH’ then by RAAF as ‘VH=CGG Flamin Marnie II’ (Mar 1944) - 
					Reserialled as T-453 in Jul 1947; to Indonesian AF as T-453 in 1950, 
				18672 (MSN 6033) to USAAF Nov 10, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 13, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943 - 14th AF, Chunking - To spares Apr 20, 1945.
				18673 (MSN 6079) to USAAF Dec 02, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - USA Feb 04, 1945 - 
					To RFC Oct 02, 1945.  To civil registry as CF-BZH (Maritime Central Airlines Aug 27, 1946 - 
					Spartan Air Services Jan 31, 1953).  Crashed 25m from Fort Chino, PQ, Canada Feb 14, 1956.
				18674 (MSN 6080) to USAAF Dec 01, 1942.  Crashed 10 km W of Fairfield, NC 22 Dec 1942, 5 killed; Condemned Sacramento Dec 30, 1942.
				18675 (MSN 6081) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 25Nov42 to 12Dec42 
					Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 63rd TCS and flown to Australia by them 03Aug43 - Lost with 403rd TCG
					Nov 24, 1943.  MACR 1115.  RZAF report has the plane as taking off Nov 23, 1943 from Tontouta Airport
					on New Caledonia bound for Espirtu Santu in New Hebrides, and declared overdue.  Some debris was found in sea
					off Nakety Bay, New Caledonia.  All 25 onboard declared MIA.
				18676 (MSN 6082) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 63rd TCS and flown to Australia 
					by them 06Aug43.  Emergency landing Muro Island because of weather Jan 18, 1944.  Flew Out
					Jan 21, 1944.   Condemned Tacloban Oct 25, 1945, spares.
				18677 (MSN 6083) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - USA - Caribbean Wing ATC, May 29, 1943 -
					African and Middle East Wing ATC, Dec 15, 1943 - North Africa Wing ATC, Nov 03, 1944 - To RFC
					Sep 29, 1945.  To civil registry as NC60003 (Pan American Airways 1946), AN-ADK (Lanica 1949). 
					Cancelled. 
				18678 (MSN 6084) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 02Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival.  Listed as being 
					damaged while loading AA gun with 5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS Sep43.  Struck tree taxiing Nov43, repaired.
					Struck parked plane Nov43, repaired - To RFC May 21, 1946. 
					To civil registry as NC17085 (Standard Air Cargo ‘Colysta’ 1946 - Leased to Pacific Southwest
					Airways 1949 - Sinclair Somal Corp, NYC). DBF Mogadiscio Apt, Somalia Dec 21, 1960.
				18679 (MSN 6085) to USAAF Dec 02, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 31, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					CF-CPX (Canadian Pacific ‘174’ Dec 13, 1945 - Harrison Airways ‘Kluane’ Jun 19, 1969 - 
					Futura Airlines 1979), N8061A (Stannelco Inc, Anchorage, AK. Oct 03, 1979 - Sal
					Air, Boeing Field, WA. Oct 1982).  Registered Nov 19, 1986 as N8061A with Jim Hankins Air Service of
					Jackson, MS.  Flies cargo for UPS.  Current Mar 2003
				18680 (MSN 6086) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as "Flamin Marnie II" 
					13Dec42 and flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 27Jan43 - To spares Jan 23, 1945.
				18681 (MSN 6087) to USAAF Dec 02, 1942 - North Africa Jan 22, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.
					Lost Jan 12, 1944, Italy.  MACR 1906
				18682 (MSN 6088) to USAAF Dec 05, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 14Dec42 to 24Jan43 
					and flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG 24Jan43.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS 
					as 9 "Liliane" .  Flown with Australian radio callsigns VH-CCI and VH-CFA
					Took off from Port Moresby, bound for Tsili Tsili Airfield. It was shot down in the Tsili Tsili area by 
					Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar flown by Shiqeo Nango of 59th Sentai. The pilot attempted to crash land between trees, 
					and crashed near Tsili Tsili Aug 15, 1943.  Six killed.  One passenger initially survived but died later 
					that day in hospital.
				18683 (MSN 6089) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 14Dec42 flown to Australia 
					by them handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 15Jan43. Condemned Apr 30, 1945.
				18684 (MSN 6090) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC54310, AN-ACN (Lanica), N5522A (Beldex Corp 1957), N322CS (Campbell Soup
					Co, Camden, NJ. Nov 11, 1959) and N322C (General Development Air Service Inc, Miami, FL. 1961). 
					Cancelled 1965.
				18685 (MSN 6091) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - Oran, North Africa Jan 12, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
					Crashed Nov 10, 1944.  MACR 9864.
				18686 (MSN 6092) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 24, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943. Crashed at Hsinjan Hsein, China Mar 11, 1944.  Condemned Mar 17, 1944. 
				18687 (MSN 6093) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943 - To spares Dec 28, 1945.
				18688 (MSN 6094) to USAAF Dec 09, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 10, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943. Condemned May 3, 1945.
				18689 (MSN 6095) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 07, 1943 - India
					China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Central Africa Wing ATC Jan 28, 1944 - Sold Cairo Jul 01, 1945. 
					To civil registry as TC-AKA (DHY ‘30’ 1946), N51F (Various owners), CF-NWU (Northwest
					Territorial Airways Ltd Jun 22, 1971).  CF-NWU,  Sold to Bergen Aviation as N62BA in 1991
				18690 (MSN 6096) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - USA - To RFC Nov 30, 1945. To civil registry as NC54075, 
					to AN-ADP (Aerovias Inca 1950) then to Honduras AF as FAH-301 Sep 04, 1951.  Crashed Jul 25, 1977 near Yoro airport, Honduras,
					crashed into mouintainous terrain after failure of no. 1 engine, 25 of 40 on board killed.
				18691 (MSN 6097) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 24, 1943 - Central Africa Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943 - North Africa Wing ATC Mar 13, 1944 - USA Aug 09, 1945 - RFC Oct 25, 1945.  To
					civil registry as NC75407 (Executive Transport Corp), N302K (Ford Motor Corp 1963), 
					N2979 (Various owners/operators).  Noted engineless at McAllen, TX. Oct 1980.
				18692 (MSN 6098) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - USA - To RFC Nov 14, 1945. To civil registry
					as NC88706 (DPC), NC49277 (Gull Airways - Pacific Northern - All American Aviation May 19, 1948), 
					N91225 (Allegheny Jan 02, 1953), N145A (Various owners/operators).  Noted at George T. Baker
					Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1990/No
				18693 (MSN 6099) to USAAF Dec 12, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
					May 29, 1943 - Crashed at Karachi, India Feb 5, 1944.
				18694 (MSN 6100) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - Africa Middle East Wing ATC, May 29, 1943 - North Africa 
					Wing ATC, Mar 29, 1944 - 12th AF, Italy.  Crashed Mar 25, 1945 24 km N of Taza, Morocco.  To spares Apr 12, 1945.
				18695 (MSN 6101) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - USA - To RFC Dec 25, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					CF-IQF (Lund Aviation Canada Ltd - Leasair Ltd Jan 05, 1956 - Wheeler Airlines Oct 09, 1956 - 
					Canadian Aircraft Renters Jul 18, 1961 - Lsd to Nordair Ltd).  Crashed Arctic Bay, NWT. 
					Jan 15, 1962.
				18696 (MSN 6102) to USAAF Dec 05, 1942 - . Cairo, Egypt 22Jan43. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 37th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron [Nose/Tail #30/K], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England 
					departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, 
					Rutland (Station 489) Feb44.  8th AF, UK Feb 18, 1944 - USA Aug 16, 1945 - RFC Oct 29, 1945.
					To civil registry as XA-FIY (Lineas Aereas Internacionales - LAMSA - Aerovias Reforma - 
					Aeronaves de Mexico 1954), XH-SAH (SAHSA May 20, 1954).  Reregistered HR-SAH Feb 1961.
					Reregistered HR-ATH in 2003.
				18697 (MSN 6103) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 5th AF, 374th TCG, 6th TCS, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - 
					Left wing of parking 41-18697 hit right wing of parked 42-100471 06Sep44, both repaired and 
					to FEASC Depot No2 Sep44.  Returned to USA Feb 02, 1945 - 
					Hawaii Jul 30, 1945. To WAA Dec 02, 1946.  To civil registry as NC62024 (No details, probably
					for export) 
				18698 (MSN 6104) to USAAF Dec 05, 1942 - Oran, Algeria 12Jan43. 60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, 
					Thiersville, Algeria May43. El Djem, Tunisia Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade, 
					the ‘Red Devils’, to a drop zone near the Primosole bridge, Sicily on Operation ‘Fustian’ 13Jul43. Shot down Jul 13, 1943 by enemy ground fire and 
					crashed in the sea off Sicily.
				18699 (MSN 6105) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - Cairo Jan 22, 1943 - Africa Eastern Desert Mar 18, 1943 - 
					Oran, North Africa Oct 07, 1943.  Condemned Jul 08, 1944.
41-18700/18771		Consolidated OA-10-CO Catalina
				Numbers reserved for PBY-5As from USN, not taken up
41-18772/18773		Consolidated OA-10-CO Catalina
				PBY-5As transferred from USN.  Survivors redesignated A-10 in 1948.
				18772 (MSN 564) was US Navy BuNo 02967.  Assigned to 20th TCS at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone.
					Damaged Jan 9, 1942 in ground accident at NAS Colo Solo, Panama.  Repaired.  Later transferred to
					Burma area as "Fearless Fosdick".  Crashed fatally in Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean Feb 14, 1944
				18773 (MSN 566) was US Navy BuNo 02969.  Assigned to 20 TCS 6th AF BC at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone.
					Damaged Jul 6, 1942 when crashed in bay on takeoff from St Elmos Point, Panama (Perlas Islands).  Returned
					to CONUS for repair.  Reported as an American aircraft in Melbourne, Australia Dec 5, 1944.
41-18774/18783		Curtiss A-25A-1-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1A.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used in combat, redesignated RA-25A in 1943.
				18781   w/o 17 May 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
41-18784/18823		Curtiss A-25A-5-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1A.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used in combat, redesignated RA-25A in 1943
				18785 w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Soperton, GA 
				18789 w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Columbia, NC 
				18792 w/o 4 Jan 1944 at Slaton, TX 
				18803 w/o 8 Jun 1944 at Craig Field, CO 
				18806 w/o 13 Sep 1943 at Cochise Airport, AZ 
				18807  w/o 22 Nov 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
				18808 w/o 29 Jun 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
				18810 w/o 11 Jul 1943 at Walterboro, SC 
				18814 w/o 28 Sep 1943 at Perry AAF, FL 
				18821 w/o 24 Jul 1943 at Clinton Co AAF, OH 
				18822  w/o 19 Aug 1943 at Okefenokee Swamp, FL 
41-18824/18873		Curtiss A-25A-10-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1A.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used in combat, redesignated RA-25A in 1943
				18834 w/o 23 Jan 1944 at Souith Plains AAF, TX 
				18840 w/o 30 Nov 1943 at South Plains AAF, TX 
				18843 w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
				18846 w/o 26 Nov 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				18854 w/o 17 Jan 1944 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
41-18874		Sikorsky XR-4
				Vought-Sikorsky Model VS-316A Hoverfly developed for the US Army as the Sikorsky Model S-47, designated R-4
					(MSN 2) Modified as XR-4C. First single-rotor military helicopter. US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, 
					Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum. Dismantled and shipped to the aircraft storage area, 
					803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946. Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, 
					Chantilly, VA.  On loan to American Helicopter Museum and Education Center, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  
41-18875		Erco YO-55
				Engineering & Research Corp Model 415-C. Acquired for evaluation for the military observation role.  Ercoupe 415C used for tests.
				(MSN 11)	Built 4Dec40. Registered 4Dec40 as NC28655, cancelled 9Mar42. Purchased by USAAC 4Jan41. Accepted into inventory 26Feb41. 
				Material Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. On 12 August 1941, the first USAAF rocket-assist takeoff was made by a Wright Field test pilot. 
				Subsequent refinements of this technique were made for assisting heavily loaded aircraft in taking off from limited space. The tests 
				were conducted between 6 August and 23 August 1941, at March Field, California, using various combinations of rocket units mounted under the wings.
41-18876/18888		Northrop YP-61-NO Black Widow
				MSN 704/716
				18876 w/o Apr 22, 1944 when it crashed on takeoff at Northrop Field during testing
				18878 US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum. 
					Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
				18880 to USAAF with 425th NFS, 481st NFG at Visalia AAF Base, California.  DBR when landing at Visalia Mar 10, 1944.
				18883 to USAAF with AAFPGC, 1 PG at Eglin Field, Florida.  W/o when fatally crashed on takeoff due to weather
					Jan 18, 1944 41 SE of Aux Field No 5, Eglin, Florida.
				18884 (MSN 712) delivered to USAAF. Assigned to 348NFS/481NFG at Orlando AB, FL. On Dec. 02, 1943 damaged in a takeoff accident at 
					Eglin Field, FL. Again on Dec. 29, 1943 damaged at Ball Ground, GA during a forced landing after it ran out of gas.
				18885 (MSN 713) delivered to USAAF. Assigned to 348NFS/481NFG at Orlando AB, FL. On Jan. 11, 1944 w/o after a takeoff accident caused 
					by a mechanical failure at Key Field AAB, Meridian, MS.
				18888 given FAA number N60358
41-18889		Culver XPQ-8-CL Cadet
				Culver Cadet LCA modified as radio controlled target, originally designated A-8, redesignated XPQ-8.
				Prototype first flight Jul 1941.
41-18890/18899		North American A-27
				MSN 69-3064/3073.  Attack version of the North American BC-1.  Ten NA-61s ordered by Siam Nov 1939 
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				On June 18, 1940, the USA declared an embargo against exporting weapons to any 
				nation other than the United Kingdom. On October 15, 1940, President Roosevelt 
				signed an executive order requisitioning all undelivered aircraft to prevent them 
				from falling into enemy hands. The ten NA-69s were on their way to Thailand but 
				were detained in Manila, Philippines by the U. S. government. They were requisitioned 
				by the Army February 28, 1941, assigned the designation A-27 and used as advanced trainers. 
				All were put out of action when the Japanese attacked the Philippines December 8, 1941
				18890 (MSN 69-3064) Built as a NA-44. Converted to NA-69. Registered 
					as NX19984 . Built for Thailand but not delivered. Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. 
					Assigned to the 4th Composite Group, Nichols Field, Manila, 
					Philippines. Crashed 21Apr41 after a mid-air collision with A-27, 41-18893 [pilot bailed out]. 
				18891 (MSN 69-3065) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th 
					Composite Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Crashed 17Sep41 in the Philippines
				18892 (MSN 69-3066) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Damaged 10Sep41 during landing when the 
					aircraft ground looped. Still being repaired when the Japanese attacked the Philippines 8Dec41
				18893 (MSN 69-3067) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Crashed 21Apr41 after a mid-air collision with A-27, 41-18890
				18894 (MSN 69-3068) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Damaged when the Japanese attacked the 
					Philippines 8Dec41. Captured by the Japanese. Condemned 8Nov42. 
				18895 (MSN 69-3069) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Damaged when the Japanese attacked the 
					Philippines 8Dec41. Captured by the Japanese. Condemned 8Nov42
				18896 (MSN 69-3070)  Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 
					4th Composite Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Crashed 10Sep41 
					when the pilot attempted to take-off with the propeller in high pitch. 
				18897 (MSN 69-3071) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Crashed 21May41; repaired. Damaged when 
					the Japanese attacked the Philippines 8Dec41. Captured by the Japanese. Condemned 8Nov42
				18898 (MSN 69-3072) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Damaged when the Japanese attacked the 
					Philippines 8Dec41. Captured by the Japanese. Condemned 8Nov42
				18899 (MSN 69-3073) Requisitioned by USAAC 28Feb41. Assigned to the 4th Composite 
					Group, Nichols Field, Manila, Philippines. Damaged when the Japanese attacked 
					the Philippines 8Dec41. Captured by the Japanese. Condemned 8Nov42. 
41-18900/19081		Stinson O-49A Vigilant
				Redesignated L-1A in Apr 1942.
				18905 w/o 26 Jan 1943 at Nicolski, AK 
				18912 converted to L-1F
				18914 w/o 20 Aug 1945 at Gomoh, India 
				18915 became N704, then N704E and by 1993 was NL1ZS
				18918 w/o 19 Jul 1942 at Wickenberg AAAF #1, AZ 
				18919 conv to L-1C; w/o 29 Jun 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
				18921 w/o 17 Nov 1942 at Fort Jackson, SC 
				18922 W/o 6 Feb 1942 at Terlingua, TX 
				18923 w/o 4 May 1942 at Aiken Airport, SC 
				18925 conv to L-1C; w/o 17 Mar 1942 at Fort Jackson, SC 
				18926  w/o 12 Nov 1942 at Wickenburg, AZ
				18930  w/o 31 Jul 1942 at Bass Lake, CA 
				18932 w/o 27 Jan 1943 at Amarillo AAF, TX 
				18943 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ100, originally allocated HL433.  SOC Sep 20, 1945
				18944 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ101, originally allocated HL434.  Damaged during shipment, used for spares
				18945 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ102, originally allocated HL435.  Damaged during shipment, used for spares
				18946 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ103, originally allocated HL436.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				18947 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ104, originally allocated HL437.  Wrecked when ran into ditch while landing and
					undercarriage collapsed, Brussels/Melsbroek Dec 18, 1944
				18948 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ105, originally allocated HL438.  Wrecked when overturned on landing at Southwick
					Park, England May 24, 1944
				18949 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ106, originally allocated HL439.  Damaged during shipment, used for spares
				18950 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ107, originally allocated HL440.  Wrecked when blown into fence during takeoff
					from field in Normandy Jul 6, 1944
				18951 to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ108, originally allocated HL441.  Wrecked when blown away in gale, B.151, Hanover, Germany
					Oct 26, 1945
				18952 was to have gone to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ109, originally allocated HL442, but never delivered.
				18953 to RAF as Vigiiant IA BZ110, originally allocated HL443.  Damaged during shipment, used for spares
				18954/19038 were to have gone to RAF as Vigilant IA BZ111/BZ195 (originally allocated HL444/HL528, but were never delivered.
					18956  w/o 30 Apr 1942 at New Iberia, LA
					18958 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCOG; w/o 14 Nov 1942 at Chesnut Bay, New Guinea
					18959 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCOH
					18960 later delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert Air Force as HK925
					18963 conv to L-1C; w/o 27 Apr 1945 at Myitkyina, Burma
					18967 conv to L-1C; conv to L-1D; w/o 24 Jan 1945 at Yanbo, Burma
					18973 w/o 8 Nov 1942 at Lamesa Field, TX
					18979 w/o 29 May 1942 at LeCompte, LA 
					18982 w/o 24 Dec 1942 at Vicksburg, MS 
					18984 w/o 3 Apr 1943 at Matagorda Island, TX
					18987 w/o 16 Aug 1942 at Deridder AAB, LA 
					18990 w/o 7 Aug 1942 at Pope Field, NC 
					18992 w/o 11 Nov 1944 at Simlumkaba, Burma
					18994 w/o 12 Jul 1942 at Wadesboro, NC 
					18997 later delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert Air Force as HK926
					18999 w/o 12 Jul 1942 at Wadesboro, NC 
					19000 w/o 11 Apr 1942 at Bryson City, NC 
					19006 125th Liaison Squadron, Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; damaged by high winds parked at 
						Ninth US Army landing strip, Maastricht 19Jan45
					19007 converted to L-1F; w/o 6 Apr 1946 at Nome, AK
					19008 w/o 11 Nov 1942 at Lamesa Field, TX 
					19009 w/o 20 Jul 1942 at Wadesboro, NC 
					19011 (5th Liaison SQ) was carrying three wounded infantrymen when it lost
                             	power on landing approach.  Pilot had nowhere to go but down. He survived with a leg 
						fracture and facial lacerations; his three wounded passengers were treated for additional trauma.
					19013 w/o 20 Oct 1944 at Logali, Burma 
					19015 US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum. 
						Dismantled and shipped to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
					19018 45th Air Depot Group, Grove, Berkshire; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 3Mar45; 
						45th Air Depot Group 4Mar45
					19021 125th Liaison Squadron, Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; damaged by high winds parked at 
						Ninth US Army landing strip, Maastricht 19Jan45
					19024 w/o 19 Jul 1942 at Tiston, WA 
					19026 w/o 30 Jul 1943 at Columbia, PA 
					19029 w/o 5 Sep 1942 at FortSumner, NM 
					19031 Current 2020 in US civil register as N1377B
					19035 w/o 16 Jun 1942 at Wickenburg AAAF #1, AZ 
					19037  w/o 23 Jan 1945 in Alaska
					19038 w/o 11 Aug 1943 in Alaska
				19039 Ca.1941: TOS USA.  4/42: Redesignated L-1A.  Oct 3, 1946: California Aircraft Corp, Van Nuys, CA with new c/r N66648.
					Sep 24, 1970: C/r N66648 cancelled.
					May 28, 1971: Tallmantz Aviation Inc, Santa Ana, CA with new c/r N63229.
					Unknown date:  Lawrence Flahart, Anchorage, AK with new c/r N4782C. Began restoration.
					1973: United States Air Force Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Donated by Mrs. Lawrence Flahart, 
					Anchorage, Alaska, in memory of her husband who died before finishing its restoration
					May 2, 1974: C/r N4782C cancelled.
					By 1979: Restoration completed by Department of Aviation Technology, Purdue University. Marked as an Ambulance conversion.
					1979: Placed on display at USAF Museum in 1996.  Noted there Jul 2005.
				19042 (1st LG) MIA Jan 12, 1945, Burma
				19043 (1st LG) lost Jan 12, 1945, Burma.  MACR 12580.
				19044 w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Stedman, NC 
				19047 w/o 20 Nov 1944 at Matung, Burma
				19048 w/o 23 Apr 1943 at Wagner Field, LA 
				19050 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCOI
				19054  w/o 7 Dec 1943 at Chuichupa, Mexico
				19056 w/o 28 Oct 1945 at Warazup, Burma
				19060 w/o 21 Jan 1945 at Namhpakka, Burma 
				19061 W/o 28 Feb 1942 at Marion, VA 
				19062 w/o 29 Mar 1943 at Ft Myers, FL 
				19064 w/o 6 Jun 1942 at Duncan Field, TX 
				19070 converted to L-1C; w/o 10 Mar 1945 at Triumph AS,  France
				19070 (158th LS) crashed on takeoff in France Mar 10, 1945.
				19072 wreck located at Luganville, Sano Espiritu, New Hebrides Jul 14, 1975.
				19073 converted to L-1C; w/o 17 Aug 1944 at Pinecastle AAF, FL 
				19074 w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
				19075 w/o 10 Jun 1942 at Lawson Field, GA 
				19078 w/o 22 Apr 1944 at Patterson Field, Iceland
41-19082/19087		North American P-64 
				MSN 68-3058/3063.  NA-50 ordered by Siam Nov 1939.
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				On Jun 18, 1940, the USA declared an embargo against exporting weapons to any nation other than the United Kingdom.
					On Oct 15, 1940, President Roosevelt signed an excecutive order requisitioning all the undelivered
					EP-106 aircraft and impressing them into the USAAC  The NA-50s were seized by USAAF 
					Oct 1940 and redesignated P-64 and used as advanced trainers.
				19082 (MSN 68-3058)  First flight 1Sep40. Materiel Division, McClellan Field, 
					Sacramento, CA. Modified to take US 0.30 caliber M-2 machine guns for assignment 
					to an Air Corps training facility. Materiel Division, Wright Field, OH 22May41. 
					Used for armament installation checks. 
				19083 (MSN 68-3059) Materiel Division, McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA. 
					Modified to take US 0.30 caliber M-2 machine guns for assignment to an Air Corps 
					training facility. Damaged taxying at McClellan Field 31May41. 66th Air Base Squadron, 
					Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 4Jun42. 
					Armament removed. Redesignated RP-64. Headquarters Squadron, Fort Worth Field, TX.
					 Accident landing with mechanical failure at Fort Worth Field 23Oct43. 
				19084 (MSN 68-3060)  Materiel Division, McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA. Modified to take
					 US 0.30 caliber M-2 machine guns for assignment to an Air Corps training facility. 
					Damaged landing at Kern County Municipal Airport, Bakersfield, CA 15Aug41. 
					404th Air Base Squadron (Combat Crew School), Tarrant Field, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged in collision with North American BC-1 38-412 landing at Fort Worth Field 18Dec42
				19085 11/40: 4th NA-68/NA-50A built, c/n 68-3061.
					11/40: Seized by USAAC.
					4/16/41: TOS USAAC as P-64 with s/n 41-19085. Assigned to West Coast Training Command, Luke Field, AZ
					6/20/41: TOS USAAF.
					345th Service Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 27Oct41.
					1943: Headquarters, West Coast Training Command, Santa Anna, CA. Assigned as personal aircraft for 
						Col. Hoyt. Hoyt had the 875 hp Wright R-1820-GR100 replaced with 1200 hp Wright R-1820-27.
					1945: Transferred to War Assets Administration, Albuquerque, NM. On the flight to Albuquerque, Col. Hoyt 
						had to belly land at Demming AFB, NM due to engine problems. Took several weeks to repair before 
						flight completed.
					2/22/46: Jack Canary and L.C. Hoffman, Phoenix, AZ with c/r NX37498.  Canary was a field representative 
						for North American Aviation. Aircraft was painted red and black and used for publicity work in Arizona.
					9/13/46: Jack Canary/Phoenix Aviation, Phoenix, AZ. Modified for “rain-making.”
					12/3/47: Charles Barnes/Precipitation Control Corp, Phoenix, AZ.
					12/10/47: Precipitation Control Company, Phoenix, AZ. Aircraft was given a 1350 hp Wright R-1820-60 for high 
						altitude performance. Used for cloud seeding.
					6/1/49: Mexican Light and Power Company, Mexico City, with c/r XB-KUU.
					6/16/49: C/r N37498 cancelled.
					1952: Precipitation Control Corporation, Mexico City.
					1959 to 1962: WFU, parked at Long Beach, CA.
					1963: Val Air, Riverside, CA with c/r N68622.
					1963: Restoration began at Riverside-Flabob Airport, CA.
					1/64: Paul Poberenzy/EAA, Milwaukee, WI.  Shared purchase with Art Kilps. Poberenzy was EAA President 
						and Kilps EAA Treasurer, and the aircraft was purchased for donation to EAA Air Museum.
					5/28/64: Ferried from Riverside-Flabob to Milwaukee, WI.
					6/64: Registered as N840.
					6/64 to 7/65: Restoration completed at Milwaukee.
					7/24/65: First post-restoration flight.
					1966: Experimental Aircraft Association, Hales Corner, WI.
					6/21/83: EAA Aviation Foundation, Oshkosh, WI.
					7/12/16: Experimental Aircraft Association Inc, Oshkosh, WI.
				19086 (MSN 68-3062) Materiel Division, McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA. 
					Modified to take US 0.30 caliber M-2 machine guns for assignment to an Air Corps 
					training facility. Armament removed. 66th Air Base Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
					Crashed and destroyed after losing control twenty miles northwest of Luke Field 19Nov41.
				19087 (MSN 68-3063) Materiel Division, McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA. Modified to 
					take US 0.30 caliber M-2 machine guns for assignment to an Air Corps training 
					facility. Damaged taxying at McClellan Field 12Aug41. Armament removed. 66th Air 
					Base Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in collision with AT-6B 41-17364 
					taxying at Luke Field 17Jun42. 74th Air Base Squadron, Greenville Field, MS. 
					Accident when ground looped landing at Luke Field 16Jul42
41-19088/19462		Douglas A-20C Havoc
				MSN 7490/7864.
				Defense Aid contract for RAF as BZ196/BZ570 but order was cancelled and transferred to Soviet Air Force
					and large numbers were taken over by USAAF after Pearl Harbor.
				19091 (MSN 7493) To RAF as BZ199 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 2 Apr 1943 at Northern Field, TN 
				19093 (MSN 7495) To RAF as BZ201 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 27 Oct 1943 at DeRidder, LA 
				19094 (MSN 7496) To RAF as BZ202 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 18 Oct 1943 at Lake Charles, LA 
				19105 (MSN 7507) To RAF as BZ213 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 23 Jun 1942 at Alamogordo Field, NM 
				19109 (MSN 7511) To RAF as BZ217 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 9 Nov 1943 at Florence AAF, SC 
				19111 (MSN 7513) To RAF as BZ219 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 5 Aug 1942 at Hunter Field, GA 
				19137 (MSN 7539) To RAF as BZ245 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 16 Jan 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19147 (MSN 7549) To RAF as BZ255 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 15 Nov 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19149 (MSN 7551) Defense Aid contract for RAF as BZ257. Order cancelled and diverted to USAAF. 
					Lend-Lease to USSR as 119149. Armament removed, converted for photographic surveys. Chief 
					Administration of Geodesy Surveying and Cartography (GUGK). Registered 4Jan52 as CCCP-F372. 
					Transferred to Aeroflot, Ukraine Civil Aviation Directorate. Struck off charge in 1954 as amortisation period expired
				19157 (MSN 7559) To RAF as BZ265 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 20 Jun 1942 at Newark Muni Airport, NJ 
				19158 (MSN 7560) To RAF as BZ266 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 28 Apr 1942 at Rogers Dry Lake, CA 
				19159 (MSN 7561) To RAF as BZ267 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 21 Feb 1944 at Florence AAF, SC 
				19160 (MSN 7562) To RAF as BZ268 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 1 Aug 1942 at Bridgeport, CT 
				19165 (MSN 7567) To RAF as BZ273 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 28 Mar 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19167 (MSN 7569) To RAF as BZ275 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 22 Jul 1942 at Mather Field, CA 
				19174 (MSN 7576) To RAF as BZ282 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 5 May 1942 at New Orleans AAB, LA 
				19176 (MSN 7578) To RAF as BZ284 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 21 Feb 1943 at Cole, OK 
				19178 (MSN 7580) To RAF as BZ286 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 17 Apr 1943 at Starke, FL 
				19179 (MSN 7581) To RAF as BZ287 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 23 Apr 1942 at Blanchard, OK 
				19181 (MSN 7583) To RAF as BZ289 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19183 (MSN 7585) To RAF as BZ291 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 22 May 1944 at Morris Field, NC 
				19184 (MSN 7586) To RAF as BZ292 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 6 Aug 1943 at Keystone AAF, FL 
				19185 (MSN 7587) To RAF as BZ293 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 14 May 1942 at Poteau, OK 
				19186 (MSN 7588) To RAF as BZ294 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 12 Apr 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19188 (MSN 7590) To RAF as BZ296 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 3 Dec 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19189 (MSN 7591) To RAF as BZ297 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 12 May 1942 at Blanchard, OK 
				19190 (MSN 7592) To RAF as BZ298 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 1 Aug 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19191 (MSN 7593) To RAF as BZ299 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 25 Sep 1942 at Hattiesburg, MS 
				19192 (MSN 7594) To RAF as BZ300 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 9 May 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19193 (MSN 7595) To RAF as BZ301 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 28 Apr 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19195 (MSN 7597) To RAF as BZ303 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 24 Aug 1942 at Key Field, MS
				19196 (MSN 7598) To RAF as BZ304 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 18 Jul 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19197 (MSN 7599) To RAF as BZ305 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 20 Nov 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19199 (MSN 7601) To RAF as BZ307 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 24 Jan 1943 at Lake Charles, LA 
				19201 (MSN 7603) To RAF as BZ309 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 17 Mar 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19203 (MSN 7605) To RAF as BZ311 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 20 May 1943 at Cumberland Springs, TN 
				19205 (MSN 7607) To RAF as BZ313 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); converted into frangible bullet target aircraft
					w/o 27 Oct 1942 at Daggett, CA 
				19208 (MSN 7610) To RAF as BZ316 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 6 Mar 1942 at El Paso Muni Airport, TX 
				19209 (MSN 7611) To RAF as BZ317 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 19 Jul 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19211 (MSN 7613) To RAF as BZ319 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 8 Nov 1942 at Biggs Field, TX  
				19212 (MSN 7614) To RAF as BZ320 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 23 May 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19214 (MSN 7616) To RAF as BZ322 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 12 Nov 1942 at Harding Field, LA 
				19217 (MSN 7619) To RAF as BZ325 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 29 Mar 1942 at Jet, OK 
				19219 (MSN 7621) To RAF as BZ327 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 25 Oct 1942 at Needles Airport, CA 
				19220 (MSN 7622) To RAF as BZ328 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 14 Oct 1942 at Blythe, CA
				19221 (MSN 7623) To RAF as BZ329 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 10 Feb 1943 at Selman Field, LA 
				19222 (MSN 7624) To RAF as BZ330 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 6 May 1943 at Lawson Field, GA 
				19223 (MSN 7625) To RAF as BZ331 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 12 May 1942 at Blanchard, OK 
				19227 (MSN 7629) To RAF as BZ335 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 13 Feb 1943 at Cashion, OK 
				19231 data plate records Boston IIIA, MSN 7633 and RAF BZ339
				19279 to USSR
				19300 (MSN 7702) To RAF as BZ408 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 20 Feb 1942 at Roxboro, NC 
				19334 (MSN 7736) To RAF as BZ442 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 16 Feb 1942 at Long Beach Muni Airport, CA 
				19340 (MSN 7742) To RAF as BZ448 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 21 Nov 1942 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				19379 (MSN 7781) To RAF as BZ487 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 18 Mar 1942 at Durbin, WV 
				19393 (MSN 7795) to RAF as BZ501 (ntu) wreck recovered from Russia and parts displayed at Wings Museum, Balcombe, 
					East Sussex, UK.  Tail unit reported March 2020 at Wings World War Two Remembrance Museum, Balcombe, England.
				19402 originally allocated serial BZ510, but after 41-19402 was reallocated to
					USSR the serial was reallocated.  The new BZ510 was passed along to South African
					AF.  Crashed Oct 24, 1942.
				19406 (MSN 7808) To RAF as BZ514 (ntu) transferred to USSR Apr 16, 1942, but went to RAF.  
					Operated in Western Desert by 114 Squadron, RAF
				19422 (MSN 7824) To RAF as BZ530 (ntu); to USSR (ntu); w/o 24 Mar 1942 at Morris Field, NC 
				19428 (MSN 7830) To RAF as BZ536 (ntu); to USSR; w/o 5 Aug 1942 at Shaibah, Iraq
41-19463/19499		Douglas C-47-DL
				MSN 6106/6142.
				19463 (MSN 6106) to USAAF Oct 08, 1942 - Oran, North Africa Jan 2, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
					To spares Apr 03, 1945.
				19464 (MSN 6107) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - India China Wing 
					ATC, May 01, 1943.  Crashed into Brahmaputra River Sep 29, 1943.  Condemned Oct 11, 1943.
				19465 (MSN 6108) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS "Cold Turkey" 13Dec42 
					and flown to Australia by them and handed over to 5th AF 374th TCG on arrival 19Jan43 ‘Cold Turkey’. 
					To civil registry as VH-AEU (Dept of Civil Aviation Jul 10, 1944.
					Lsd to ANA Jul 11, 1944, then to Guinea Airways Jan 20, 1945 - MacRobertson Miller Nov
					22, 1945 - TAA ‘Throsby’ Mar 25, 1947, later  ‘Lawson’).  Rr VH-SBO ‘Goroka’ Aug 24, 1960, 
					then sold to Air Niugini Nov 01, 1973. Subsequently re-registered P2-SBO
					Jun 02, 1974, then P2-ANT Nov 06, 1975 and wfu Port Moresby Jul 3, 1977. Sold to Travmar Pty, 
					Brisbane Dec 02, 1977, registered again