1941 USAAF Serial Numbers (41-30848 to 41-39600)


Last revised August 19, 2021


41-30848/31047		Northrop A-31-NO Vengeance
				Vultee Model 72 built under licence by Northrop
				Ordered by the RAF as Vengeance I EZ800/818,  Vengeance IA EZ819/999.  Some were diverted to the USAAF and 
					dispatched to Australia as part of a US commitment to equip the RAAF. None served with the USAAF. 
					The balance were delivered to the RAF in India
				30848 to RAF as EZ800.  DBR when undercarriage jammed and bellylanded at Peshawar, India 
					Apr 28, 1943
				30849 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ801.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30850 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ802.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30851 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ803.  SOC Oct 5, 1944
				30852 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ804.  Collided with Vengeance AN623 (which never had a USAAF serial)
					near Ranchi, India Apr 21, 1943
				30853 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ805.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30854 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ806.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				30855 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ807.  SOC Apr 1, 1946
				30856 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ808.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
				30857 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ809.  SOC Jul 6, 1944
				30858 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ810.  110 Squadron, Bengal, India.  Relegated to ground instruction airframe Oct 1944, presumably
					scrapped thereafter
				30859 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ811.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30860 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ812.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				30861 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ813.  DBR when engine lost power on takeoff and aircraft sank
					back onto runway at Peshawar, India Jun 19, 1943
				30862 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ814.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				30863 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ815.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30864 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ816.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30865 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ817.  wfu 13 Sep 1945.  SOC Sep 13, 1946
				30866 to RAF as Vengeance I EZ818.  SOC Jul 31, 1944
				30867 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ819.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30868 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ820.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30869 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ821.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30870 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ822.  Soc Sep 13, 1945
				30871 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ823.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30872 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ824.  Soc May 31, 1945
				30873 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ825.  Soc Sep 28, 1944
				30874 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ826.  Dove into ground off turn at Bairagarh, India
					ehen engine cut Jun 8, 1943
				30875 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ827.  Soc Jul 19, 1945
				30876 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ828.  Soc Apr 26, 1945
				30877 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ829.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30878 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ830.  Soc Sep 13, 1945
				30879 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ831.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30880 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ832.  
				30881 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ833.  Soc Aug 31, 1944
				30882 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ834.  Soc Apr 26, 1945
				30883 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ835.  Soc Apr 26, 1945
				30884 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ836.  Soc May 31, 1945
				30885 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ837.  Wrecked when lost electrical power and crashlanded
					at Lahore, India Oct 20, 1943
				30886 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ838.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30887 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ839.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30888 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ840.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30889 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ841.  SOC Jul 6, 1944
				30890 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ842.  Crashed into lake while flying low at Ahmeta Tank
					May 24, 1944.
				30891 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ843.  Wrecked when hit tree while flying low at Bihar,
					India Oct 6, 1943
				30892 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ844.  SOC May 31, 1944
				30893 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ845.  Crashed while divebombing NE of Maungdaw
					Oct 17, 1943
				30894 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ846.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				30895 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ847.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30896 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ848.  SOC Jun 13, 1944
				30897 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ849.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				30898 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ850.  SOC Jul 31, 1944
				30899 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ851.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				30900 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ852.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30901 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ853.  SOC May 31, 1945
				30902 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ854.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30903 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ855.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30904 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ856.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30905 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ857.  SOC May 31, 1945
				30906 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ858.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30907 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ859.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30908 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ860.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30909 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ861.  SOC Jan 31, 1944
				30910 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ862.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30911 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ863.  SOC Jul 6, 1944
				30912 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ864.  DBR when forcelanded in river near Basagram Jul 17, 1943 after
					engine failure.
				30913 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ865.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30914 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ866.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30915 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ867.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30916 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ868.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				30917 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ869.  Shot down by AAA over Akyab Island, Burma Dec 15, 1943
				30918 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ870.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30919 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ871.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				30920 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ872.  SOC Aug 31,1944
				30921 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ873.  Wrecked when crashlanded 5 mi W of Bandur, India after takeoff
					form Chittagong May 21, 1943
				30922 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ874.  SOC May 31, 1945
				30923 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ875.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30924 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ876.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30925 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ877.  SOC Nov 8, 1943
				30926 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ878.  Dove into ground on Peshawar bombing range, India Jan 28, 1944.
				30927 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ879.  Ran out of fuel in cloud and abandoned over Nowgong, India
					Jan 27, 1944.
				30928 to RAF as EZ880, to RAAF as A27-16,  SOC May 16, 1946.
				30929 to RAF as EZ881, to RAAF as A27-17.  W/o Nov 20, 1943, Williamtown
				30930 to RAF as EZ882, to RAAF as A27-18.  W/o Mar 30, 1944, Glendon Strip.
				30931 to RAF as EZ883, to RAAF as A27-19.  SOC May 21, 1946.
				30932 to RAF as EZ884, to RAAF as A27-20.  SOC May 21, 1946.
				30933 to RAF as EZ885, to RAAF as A27-21.  SOC May 21, 1946.
				30934 to RAF as EX886, to RAAF as A27-22.  SOC May 21, 1946.
				30935 to RAF as EZ887, to RAAF as A27-23.  SOC May 21, 1946
				30936 to RAF as EZ888, to RAAF as A27-24.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				30937 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ889.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				30938 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ890.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				30939 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ891.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30940 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ892.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				30941 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ893.  Flew into ground at Ahmednagar, Bombay, India
					during ground attack exercise Jan 11, 1944
				30942 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ894.  Crashed into Sea Dec 28, 1943
				30943 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ895.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				30944 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ896.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30945 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ897.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				30946 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ898.  Missing during training flight Nov 13, 1943
				30947 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ899.  SOC Mar 22, 1946
				30948 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ900.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				30949 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ901.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				30950 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ902.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
				30951 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ903.  110 Squadron [J], Bengal, India.  DBR Nov 19, 1943, SOC Mar 1, 1944
				30952 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ904.  110 Squadron [N], Bengal, India.  Wrecked when bomb fell off and exploded when landing
					at Kumbhirgram Dec 17, 1943
				30953/31022 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ905/EZ974.  All diverted to RAAF with serials
					A27-25 to A27-94, but not in the same order.
					30953 (RAF EZ905) to RAAF as A27-25.  SOC May 21, 1946
					30954 (RAF EZ906) to RAAF as A27-26. Crashed into sea off Williamtown, Australia Oct 5, 1943.  Crew missing
					30955 (RAF EZ907) to RAAF as A27-27.  SOC May 21, 1946
					30956 (RAF EZ908) to RAAF as A27-28.  W/o Nov 5, 1944, Sawyers
					30957 (RAF EZ909) to RAAF as A27-29.  Crashed 10 mi from Goulburn, Australia Aug 4, 1943.  Crew of 2 killed
					30958 (RAF EZ910) to RAAF as A27-30.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30959 (RAF EZ911) to RAAF as A27-31.  W/o 14 Sep 1943 at Williamtown, Australia
					30960 (RAF EZ912) to RAAF as A27-58.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30961 (RAF EZ913) to RAAF as A27-32.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30962 (RAF EZ914) to RAAF as A27-33.  WFU Jul 9, 1946 
					30963 (RAF EZ915) to RAAF as A27-34.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30964 (RAF EZ916) to RAAF as A27-59.   w/o 23 Oct 1943 at Evans Head, Australia
					30965 (RAF EZ917) to RAAF as A27-60.  W/o Nov 5, 1944
					30966 (RAF EZ918) to RAAF as A27-61.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30967 (RAF EZ919) to RAAF as A27-35.  W/o Apr 7, 1944
					30968 (RAF EZ920) to RAAF as A27-36.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30969 (RAF EZ921) to RAAF as A27-37.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30970 (RAF EZ922) to RAAF as A27-38.   w/o 20 May 1944 at Lowood, Australia
					30971 (RAF EZ923) to RAAF as A27-39.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30972 (RAF EZ924) to RAAF as A27-40.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30973 (RAF EZ925) to RAAF as A27-41. w/o 25 Dec 1944 at Kalgoorlie, Australia
					30974 (RAF EZ926) to RAAF as A27-62.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30975 (RAF EZ927) to RAAF as A27-63.   w/o 16 Aug 1943 at Williamtown, Australia
					30976 (RAF EZ928) to RAAF as A27-64.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30977 (RAF EZ929) to RAAF as A27-65.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30978 (RAF EZ930) to RAAF as A27-42.  WFU Jul 9, 1946
					30979 (RAF EZ931) to RAAF as A27-43.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30980 (RAF EZ932) to RAAF as A27-44.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30981 (RAF EZ933) to RAAF as A27-45.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30982 (RAF EZ934) to RAAF as A27-46.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30983 (RAF EZ935) to RAAF as A27-47.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30984 (RAF EZ936) to RAAF as A27-48.  W/o Nov 23, 1943
					30985 (RAF EZ937) to RAAF as A27-49.  w/o 25 May 1944 at Whittlesea, Australia
					30986 (RAF EZ938) to RAAF as A27-50.  W/o Jun 6, 1944
					30987 (RAF EZ939) to RAAF as A27-51.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30988 (RAF EZ940) to RAAF as A27-52.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30989 (RAF EZ941) to RAAF as A27-53.  WFU May 21, 1946
					30990 (RAF EZ942) to RAAF as A27-54.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30991 (RAF EZ943) to RAAF as A27-55.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30992 (RAF EZ944) to RAAF as A27-56.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30993 (RAF EZ945) to RAAF as A27-57.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30994 (RAF EZ946) to RAAF as A27-66.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30995 (RAF EZ947) to RAAF as A27-67.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30996 (RAF EZ948) to RAAF as A27-68.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30997 (RAF EZ949) to RAAF as A27-69.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30998 (RAF EZ950) to RAAF as A27-70.  WFU May 16, 1946
					30999 (RAF EZ951) to RAAF as A27-71.  WFU May 16, 1946
					31000 (RAF EZ952) to RAAF as A27-72.  WFU May 16, 1946
					31001 (RAF EZ953) to RAAF as A27-74.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31002 (RAF EZ954) to RAAF as A27-73.  w/o 13 Oct 1943 at Lowood, Australia
					31003 (RAF EZ955) to RAAF as A27-75.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31004 (RAF EZ956) to RAAF as A27-76.  w/o at North Melbourne, Australia
					31005 (RAF EZ957) to RAAF as A27-77.  WFU May 16, 1946
					31006 (RAF EZ958) to RAAF as A27-78.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31007 (RAF EZ959) to RAAF as A27-79.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31008 (RAF EZ960) to RAAF as A27-80.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31009 (RAF EZ961) to RAAF as A27-81.  w/o 14 Oct 1943 at Williamtown, Australia
					31010 (RAF EZ962) to RAAF as A27-82.  w/o 5 Mar 1944 at Madang, New Guinea 
					31011 (RAF EZ963) to RAAF as A27-83.  w/o 27 Feb 1944 at Nadzab
					31012 (RAF EZ964) to RAAF as A27-84.  WFU May 16, 1946 
					31013 (RAF EZ965) to RAAF as A27-85.  w/o 1 May 1944 at Higgins Field, Australia
					31014 (RAF EZ966) to RAAF as A27-86.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31015 (RAF EZ967) to RAAF as A27-87.   w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Colac, Australia
					31016 (RAF EZ968) to RAAF as A27-88.  WFU May 21, 1946
					31017 (RAF EZ969) to RAAF as A27-89.  w/o 17 Sep 1943 at Williamtown, Australia
					31018 (RAF EZ970) to RAAF as A27-90.  w/o 23 Jul 1943 at Gulgong, Australia
					31019 (RAF EZ971) to RAAF as A27-91.  w/o 7 Apr 1944 at Port Stephens, Australia
					31020 (RAF EZ972) to RAAF as A27-92.  w/o 25 May 1944 at Whittlesea, Australia
					31021 (RAF EZ973) to RAAF as A27-93.  W/o
					31022 (RAF EZ974) to RAAF as A27-94.  w/o 26 Nov 1943 at Braidwood, Australia
				31023 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ975 SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31024 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ976.  Crashed after colliding with Vengeance AN694 (no USAAF
					serial) 3.5 mi SSE of Dohazari, India Mar 9, 1944
				31025 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ977.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31026 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ978.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				31027 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ979.  SOC Sep 16, 1945
				31028 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ980.  SOC Sep 12, 1945
				31029 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ981.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				31030 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ982.  Crashed during attempted forced landing at Jhingri
					Nov 11, 1944
				31031 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ983.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				31032 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ984.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31033 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ985.  SOC Jun 9, 1945
				31034 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ986.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				31035 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ987.  SOC Feb 7, 1945
				31036 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ988.  Wrecked when undershot landing and undercarriage
					collapsed, Kumbhirgram Jul 13, 1944
				31037 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ989.  110 Squadron [K], Bengal, India.  SOC Jul 31, 1944
				31038 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ990.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31039 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ991.  SOC Aug 31,1 944
				31040 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ992.  SOC Jul 6, 1944
				31041 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ993.  Crashed on emergency approach to Mambur airstrip,
					India Feb 24, 1944
				31042 to RAF as Vengeance 1A EZ994.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				31043/31047 to RAF as Vengeance IA EZ995/EZ999.  All diverted to RAAF with serials
					A27-95 to A27-99, but not necessarily in the same order.
					EZ997/A27-97 SOC May 16, 1946.  Assigned to Royal Australian Navy as G1A Ap4 27, 1948 but cancelled Jun 11, 1948.
						SOC Sep 6, 1949
					EZ998/A27-98 SOC May 16, 1946.  Assigned to Royal Australian Navy as G1A Apr 27, 1948 but cancelled Jun 11, 1948.
						SOC Sep 6, 1949.
					EZ999/A27-99 SOC May 16, 1946.  Assigned to Royal Australian Navy as G1A Ap4 27, 1948 but cancelled Jun 11, 1948.
						SOC Sep 6, 1949.  Issued to Sytney Technical College, School of Aircrat Engineering for apprentice
						training until May 1963.  Preserved at Camden Museum of Aviation, still marked as EZ999, code NH-Y,
						named "Dina Might"
41-31048/31147		Vultee A-31C-1-VN Vengeance
				Serial numbers assigned for Lend-Lease to Britain as Vengeance III FB918/FB999, FD100/FD117.  
				31048 to RAF as Vengeance III FB918.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				31049 to RAF as Vengeance III FB919.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31050 to RAF as Vengeance III FB920.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31051 to RAF as Vengeance III FB921.  SOC SEp 13, 1945
				31052 to RAF as Vengeance III FB922.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				31053 to RAF as Vengeance III FB923.  SOC Mar 28, 1945
				31054 to RAF as Vengeance III FB924.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31055 to RAF as Vengeance III FB925.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31056 to RAF as Vengeance III FB926.  SOC Jul 5, 1945
				31057 to RAF as Vengeance III FB927.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				31058 to RAF as Vengeance III FB928.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31059 to RAF as Vengeance III FB929.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31060 to RAF as Vengeance III FB930.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31061 to RAF as Vengeance III FB931.  Nosed over during forced landing at
					Drigh Road, India Aug 28, 1944
				31062 to RAF as Vengeance III FB932.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31063 to RAF as Vengeance III FB933.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31064 to RAF as Vengeance III FB934.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31065 to RAF as Vengeance III FB935.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31066 to RAF as Vengeance III FB936.  SOC May 9, 1946
				31067 to RAF as Vengeance III FB937.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31068 to RAF as Vengeance III FB938.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				31069 to RAF as Vengeance III FB939.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31070 to RAF as Vengeance III FB940.  SOC Aug 16, 1945
				31071 to RAF as Vengeance III FB941
				31072 to RAF as Vengeance III FB942.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31073 to RAF as Vengeance III FB943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				31074 to RAF as Vengeance III FB944.  Overshot landing at Multan, India
					Aug 19, 1944
				31075 to RAF as Vengeance III FB945.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				31076 to RAF as Vengeance III FB946.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				31077 to RAF as Vengeance III FB947.  Force landed at Cholavarum, India
					Feb 6, 1945
				31078 to RAF as Vengeance III FB948.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				31079 to RAF as Vengeance III FB949.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31080 to RAF as Vengeance III FB950.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				31081 to RAF as Vengeance III FB951.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31082 to RAF as Vengeance III FB952.  Late pullout from dive near Quetta,
					Pakistan Aug 15, 1944 and DBR
				31083 to RAF as Vengeance III FB953.  SOC May 9, 1946
				31084 to RAF as Vengeance III FB954.  SOC Feb 26, 1945
				31085 to RAF as Vengeance III FB955.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31086 to RAF as Vengeance III FB956.  Flew into mountain in bad weather
					6 mi NNW of Hirok, Pakistan Aug 5, 1944
				31087 to RAF as Vengeance III FB957.  Gear collapsed landing at Ranchi, 
					India May 13, 1945
				31088 to RAF as Vengeance III FB958.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				31089 to RAF as Vengeance III FB959.  SOC Oct 6, 1944
				31090 to RAF as Vengeance III FB960.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				31091 to RAF as Vengeance III FB961.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31092 to RAF as Vengeance III FB962.  SOC Dec 28, 1944
				31093 to RAF as Vengeance III FB963.  SOC Aug 16, 1945
				31094 to RAF as Vengeance III FB964.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31095 to RAF as Vengeance III FB965.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31096 to RAF as Vengeance III FB966.  SOC Feb 14, 1946
				31097 to RAF as Vengeance III FB967.  Hit steamroller while landing at
					Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh Jun 29, 1944
				31098 to RAF as Vengeance III FB968.  SOC Aug 16, 1945
				31099 to RAF as Vengeance III FB969.  SOC Jul 12, 1945
				31100 to RAF as Vengeance III FB970.  SOC Aug 2, 1945
				31101 to RAF as Vengeance III FB971.  DBR in runway collision with FB987 at
					Samungli, Pakistan Jul 20, 1944
				31102 to RAF as Vengeance III FB972.  Forced landing 10 mi S of Chittagong, 
					Bangladesh Jan 2, 1945
				31103 to RAF as Vengeance III FB973.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31104 to RAF as Vengeance III FB974.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31105 to RAF as Vengeance III FB975.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31106 to RAF as Vengeance III FB976.  In midair with Vengeance AN694 3.5 mi SSE of Dohazari,
					India Mar 9, 1944.  Both aircraft crashed
				31107 to RAF as Vengeance III FB977.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				31108 to RAF as Vengeance III FB978.  Soc Apr 11, 1946
				31109 to RAF as Vengeance III FB979.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				31100 to RAF as Vengeance III FB980.  SOC Aug 2, 1945
				31111 to RAF as Vengeance III FB981.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				31112 to RAF as Vengeance III FB982.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31113 to RAF as Vengeance III FB983.  SOC May 9, 1946
				31114 to RAF as Vengeance III FB984
				31115 to RAF as Vengeance III FB985.  Crashed in USA prior to delivery.
				31116 to RAF as Vengeance III FB986.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				31117 to RAF as Vengeance III FB987.  Runway collision with FB971,
					Samungli, Pakistan Jul 20, 1944
				31118 to RAF as Vengeance III FB988.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31119 to RAF as Vengeance III FB989.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				31120 to RAF as Vengeance III FB990.  SOC Aug 9, 1945
				31121 to RAF as Vengeance III FB991.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31122 to RAF as Vengeance III FB992.  Wheels-up landing at Madura Island,
					N of Bail May 18, 1945
				31123 to RAF as Vengeance III FB993.  Attached to USAAF and SOC May 28, 1946
				31124 to RAF as Vengeance III FB994.  SOC May 9, 1946
				31125 to RAF as Vengeance III FB995.  Crash landing at Coimbatore, India
					Mar 31, 1945
				31126 to RAF as Vengeance III FB996.  Crashed due to engine failure at
					Risalpur, Pakistan Jan 31, 1945 and DBR
				31127 to RAF as Vengeance III FB997.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
				31128 to RAF as Vengeance III FB998.  SOC Jun 11, 1945
				31129 to RAF as Vengeance III FB999.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31130 to RAF as Vengeance III FD100.  SOC May 28, 1945
				31131 to RAF as Vengeance III FD101.  SOC May 28, 1946
				31132 to RAF as Vengeance III FD102.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31133 to RAF as Vengeance III FD103.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31134 to RAF as Vengeance III FD104.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31135 to RAF as Vengeance III FD105.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				31136 to RAF as Vengeance III FD106.  SOC May 31, 1945
				31137 to RAF as Vengeance III FD107.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
				31138 to RAF as Vengeance III FD108.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				31139 to RAF as Vengeance III FD109.  SOC Jun 21, 1945
				31140 to RAF as Vengeance III FD110.  SOC Jan 1945
				31141 to RAF as Vengeance III FD111.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				31142 to RAF as Vengeance III FD112.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				31143 to RAF as Vengeance III FD113.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31144 to RAF as Vengeance III FD114.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				31145 to RAF as Vengeance III FD115.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage collapsed
					after aircraft hit a cow whilst landing at Dalbhumgarh, India Nov 22, 1945
				31146 to RAF as Vengeance III FD116.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				31147 to RAF as Vengeance III FD117.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
41-31148/31246		Vultee A-35A-VN Vengeance
				Vultee Model 72.  Serial numbers assigned for Lend-Lease.  None served with USAAF
				31152 to RAAF as A27-405.  w/o 1 May 1944 at Bookham, Australia 
				31158 W/o 3 Jul 1943 at Key Field, MS 
				31164 W/o 29 Apr 1944 at Robins Field, GA 
				31168 to RAAF as A27-406.  WFU Jun 1946
				31174 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jul 16, 1943 to 1943.
					Used by NACA for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
					W/o 5 Sep 1944 at Selman Field, LA 
				31175 to RAAF as A27-407.  SOC Nov 29, 1946.
				31187 W/o 15 Apr 1943 at Key Field, MS 
				31192 W/o 31 Oct 1943 at William Northern Field, TN 
				31193 fo Free French AF (GB 1/32) crashlanded at Casablanca-Cazes, French Morocco Jan 22, 1944
				31196 to RAAF as A27-408.  SOC Jul 9, 1946.
				31198 to Free French AF (GB-1/32)
				31200/31222 to Free French AF
				31223 to RAAF as A27-420.  SOC Nov 29, 1946.
				31224/31228 to Free French AF
				31229 to RAAF as A27-421.  W/o Oct 31, 1944, Batchelor, Australia
				31230 to RAAF as A27-400.  Brought on charge Jul 12, 1943, but deemed not suitable for operations.  Stored.
					Transferred to Royal Australian Navy Mar 2, 1949; wfu 16 May 1946
				31231 to RAAF as A27-409.  Crashed 1/28/1944, Mascot in collision with DH-60G VH-UNB.
				31232 to RAAF as A27-401; wfu Jan 1948
				31233 to RAAF as A27-410.  W/o Oct 15, 1946, Archerfield
				31234 to RAAF as A27-411.  SOC May 26, 1946.
				31235 to RAAF as A27-402.  Brought on charge Jul 12, 1943, but deemed not suitable for operations.  Stored.
					Transferred to Royal Australian Navy Mar 2, 1949
				31236 to RAAF as A27-412.  W/o Oct 9, 1944, Higgins Field.
				31237 to RAAF as A27-403.  Brought on charge Jul 12, 1943, but deemed not suitable for operations.  Stored.
					Transferred to Royal Australian Navy Mar 2, 1949 and used for ground instruction.
				31238 to RAAF as A27-404.  Brought on charge Jul 12, 1943, assigned to 4 Communications Unit.  To 
					Royal Australian Navy for ground instuction Apr 27, 1948.
				31239 to RAAF as A27-413.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31240 to RAAF as A27-414.  SOC Jul 20, 1946.
				31241 to RAAF as A27-415.  SOC May 16, 1946
				31242 to RAAF as A27-416.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31243 to RAAF as A27-422.  W/o Feb 17, 1945, Darwin, NT.
				31244 to RAAF as A27-417.  W/o Jan 29, 1945, Mascot NSW
				31245 to RAAF as A27-418.  SOC Jun 15, 1946.
				31246 to RAAF as A27-419.  SOC Jun 15, 1946.
41-31247/31447		Vultee A-35B-VN Vengeance
				Serial numbers assigned for Lend-Lease.  None served with USAAF
				31252 to Brazilian AF.  Use at technical school for ground instruction; w/o 22 Jul 1943 at Patterson Field, OH
				31257 to Free French AF
				31258 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD118.  SOC Sep 29, 1944
				31259 to Free French AF
				31260 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD119.  w/o 27 Jun 1943 at Marietta, PA; SOC Sep 29, 1944
				31261 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD121.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31262 to Free French AF
				31263 to Free French AF
				31264 to RAAF as A27-500.  W/o Apr 23, 1944, Yanchep.
				31265/31290 to Free French AF
				31291 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD120.
				31292/31298 to Free French AF
					31294 (2nd BG, 132nd BS) to Free French AF (GB 1/32 "Bourgogne").  Crashlanded at Agadir, French Morocco Jan 2, 1944 
				31299 to RAAF as A27-501.  SOC Jun 15,1946.
				31300 to RAAF as A27-502.  To Royal Australian Navy Oct 7, 1945
				31301 to RAAF as A27-540.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31302 to RAAF as A27-503. W/o Oct 12, 1944, Cinduna
				31303 to RAAF as A27-505.  Ditched Mar 7, 1946, Fort Gelibrand
				31304 to RAAF as A27-508.  SOC Nov 29,1946.
				31305 to RAAF as A27-506.  Brought on charge Dec 2, 1943.  SOC May 16, 1946.  Transferred to Royal Australian
					Navy Mar 14, 1951.  SOC Mar 15, 1951.
				31306 to RAAF as A27-507.  W/o Nov 23, 1944, Goluna
				31307 to RAAF as A27-509.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.
				31308 to RAAF as A27-524.  SOC Nov 26, 1946.
				31309 to RAAF as A27-504.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31310 to RAAF as A27-510.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31311 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD122.  Transferred to USAAF May 12, 1944.  No RAF service
				31312 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD123.  Transferred to USAAF May 30, 1944.  No RAF service
				31313 to RAAF as A27-511.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.  Also have this one being RAF FD124 but transferred
					to USAAF Jun 12, 1944, no RAF service.  w/o in crashed landing with
					857th BS in crash landing at Bassingbourne, England May 19, 1945
				31314 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD125.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31315 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD126.  Transferred to USAAF Jun 19, 1944, no RAF service.
					Damaged in takeoff accident at Cluntoe, Northern Ireland Jul 29, 1944.
				31316 to RAAF as A27-512.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.  Also have this one as going to RAF as
					Vengeance IV FD127 and SOC Oct 14, 1946.
				31317 to RAAF as A27-513.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.  Also have this one as going to RAF as
					Vengeance IV FD128 but transferred to USAAF May 29, 1944, no RAF service.  with 
					HQ 2nd Air Division, w/o at Hethel, England Apr 12, 1945
				31318 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD129.  SOC Jul 10, 1946
				31319 to RAAF as A27-514.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.  Also have this one going to RAF as FD130 
					but transferred to USAAF Jun 12, 1944, no RAF service
				31320 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD131.  SOC Jul 29, 1947
				31321 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD132.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				31322 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD133.  SOC Feb 20, 1946
				31323 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD134.  Transferred to USAAF Aug 16, 1944, no RAF service.
					With 322nd BS, 99th BG, w/o in takeoff accident at Bassingbourne,
					England Dec 9 1944
				31324 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD135.  Sold for scrap Apr 29, 1948
				31325 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD136.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				31326 to RAAF as A27-515.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.  Also have this one as going to RAF 
					as Vengeance IV FD137 but transferred to USAAF May 29, 1944; no RAF service.
					Belly landed at Cluntoe, Northern Ireland Jun 4, 1944.
				31327 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD138.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31328 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD139, but crashed before delivery.
				31329 to RAAF as A27-516.  To Royal Navy May 16, 1946.  I also have this one as going to 
					RAF as Vengeance IV FD140.
				31330 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD141.  SOC Sep 21, 1948
				31331 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD142.  Crashed during attempted forced landing on beach in
					Wales Apr 23, 1946
				31332 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD143.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946
				31333 to RAAF as A27-517.  SOC May 16, 1946.  Also have this going to RAF as Vengeance IV
					FD144 and SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31334 to RAAF as A27-518.  SOC Apr 30, 1945.  Also have this one going to RAF as 
					Vengeance IV FD145 and SOC Oct 22, 1946.
				31335 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD146.  SOC Oct 22, 1946
				31336 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD147.  SOC Oct 22, 1946
				31337 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD148.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				31338 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD149.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				31339 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD150.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				31340 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD151.  Transferred to USAAF May 29, 1944, no RAF service
				31341 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD152.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				31342 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD153.  SOC Feg 4, 1947
				31343 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD154.  Stalled and crashed on approach to West Freugh,
					Scotland Jun 23, 1945
				31344 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD155.  SOC Sep 3, 1946
				31345 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD156.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				31346 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD157.  SOC Oct 14, 1947
				31347 to RAAF as A27-523.  W/o Jul 22, 1944, Laverton, VIC.  I also have this one as
					going to RAF as Vengeance IV FD158 and sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				31348 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD159.  Transferred to USAAF Jun 13, 1944, no RAF service.
				31349 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD160.  Transfere to Royal Navy Oct 3, 1945.
				31350 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD161.  SOC Oct 14, 1945
				31351 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD162.  SOC Sep 21, 1948
				31352 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD163.  SOC Jun 29, 1945
				31353 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD164.  SOC Oct 4, 1946
				31354 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD165.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 26, 1944, no RAF service.
					Belly landed at Martlesham Heath, England Jul 7, 1945 and destroyed by fire.
				31355 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD166.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				31356 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD167.  SOC May 27, 1944.  Crashed at Woolingston near
					Newcastle, England Jul 28, 1944.
				31357 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD168.  SOC Sep 21, 1948
				31358 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD169.  SOC May 16, 1946
				31359 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD170.  Transferred to USAAF Jun 7, 1944.  No RAF service
				31360 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD171.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 9, 1944.  SOC as beyond
					economical repair Mar 18, 1944
				31361 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD172.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				31362 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD173.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				31363 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD174.  SOC Sep 1, 1947
				31364 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD175.  Sold for scrap Jun 29, 1948
				31365 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD176.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				31366 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD177.  Transferred to USAAF Jun 7, 1944.  No RAF service.  Eighth Air Force. 
					303rd Bomb Group, Molesworth (Station 107), Huntingdonshire 6Oct44
				31367 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD178.  Transferred to USAAF May 27, 1944.  No RAF service.
					Crash-landed at Ingolstadt, Germany Jul 11, 1945.
				31368 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD179.  Sold for scrap Jun 29, 1948
				31369 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD180.  Transferred to USAAF May 27, 1944.  No RAF service.
					With 1 GTF, w/o in midair collision near Little Waldon, England Dec 4, 1944
				31370 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD181.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 7, 1946
				31371 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD182.  SOC Jul 28, 1944
				31372 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD183.  SOC Oct 27, 1948
				31373 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD184.  Transferred to USAAF May 24, 1944.  No RAF service
				31374 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD185.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				31375 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD186.  SOC May 16, 1946
				31376 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD187.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 8, 1944.  No RAF service.
					Crashlanded at North Pickenham, England Aug 7, 1944 and was destroyed by fire.
				31377 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD188.  Transferred to USAAF May 30, 1944.  No RAF service
				31378 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD189.  SOC Jul 23, 1944
				31379 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD190.  Transferred to USAAF May 6, 1944.  No RAF service.
					Eighth Air Force, England. 384th Bomb Group [C], Grafton Underwood (Station 106), Northamptonshire (Sep-Nov44). 
					Named ‘Fillette Yvette’. Declared war weary; redesignated RA-35B. Ninth Air Force, Europe. 1st Gunnery and
					Tow Target Flight, Schweinfurt (R-25), Germany. Ground looped at Schweinfurt 25Jul45. 
					29th Tow Target Squadron, Schweinfurt (R-25), Germany. 
					Ran out of fuel and crashed near Wollendorf, Germany Sep 2, 1945.
				31380 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD191.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				31381 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD192.  SOC May 9, 1946
				31382 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD193.  SOC May 16, 1946
				31383 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD194.  Transferred to USAAF May 27, 1944.  No RAF service.
					With HQ 2nd Air Division w/o in crash landing at Abbots Ripton,
					England Jun 17, 1945
				31384 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD195.  Transferred to USAAF May 28, 1944.  No RAF service.
					Force landed due to mechanical failure near Castle Rising, Norfolk, England
					Jun 12, 1944.
				31385 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD196.  Transferred to USAAF Jun 12, 1944.  No RAF service.
					Used at Debden for hack and target towing duties.   Named "Miss Beverly",
					shown with RAF markings as well as USAAF markings. Eighth Air Force, England. 
					Declared war weary. 384th Bomb Group, Grafton Underwood (Station 106), Northamptonshire (Sep-Nov44).
				31386 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD197.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31387 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD198.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31388 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD199.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31389 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD200.  Transferred to USAAF May 13, 1944.  No RAF service
				31390 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD201.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 30, 1944.  No RAF service.
					With 815th AES, 446th BG, w/o in landing accident at Bungay,
					England Apr 22, 1945
				31391 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD202.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				31392 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD203.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				31393 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD204.  Transferred to USAAF May 18, 1944.  No RAF service
				31394 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD205.  SOC Sep 20, 1948
				31395 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD206.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31396 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD207.  Transferred to USAAF May 29, 1944.  No RAF service
				31397 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD208.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 20, 1944.  No RAF service.
					w/o in crash landing with 3 GTF near Old Bolingbroke,
					England Apr 1, 1945
				31398 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD209.  Transferred to USAAF Jun 14, 1944.  No RAF service
				31399 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD210.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				31400 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD211.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31401 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD212.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  No RAF service
				31402 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD213.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 18, 1944.  No RAF service
				31403 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD214.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				31404 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD215.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  No RAF service
				31405 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD216.  SOC May 9, 1946
				31406 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD217.  Transferred to USAAF Jul 12, 1944.  No RAF service
				31407 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD218.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				31408 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD219.  SOC May 16, 1946
				31409 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD220.  Transferred to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  No RAF service
				31410 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD221.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946.
				31411 to RAAF as A27-541.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31412 to RAAF as A27-536
				31414 to RAAF as A27-542.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31415 to RAAF as A27-543.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31418 to RAAF as A27-528.  W/o Sep 17, 1945, Amberley QLD
				31420 to RAAF as A27-544.  W/o Sep 3, 1945, Garbutt.
				31421 to RAAF as A27-545.  To Royal Australian Navy Sep 9, 1945.  Assigned to 721 Squadron, kai Tak, Hong
					Kong 1946.  RAN modified aircraft for DDT spraying
				31422 to RAAF as A27-519.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31423 to RAAF as A27-546.   SOC May 16, 1946.
				31424 to RAAF as A27-537.  SOC Aug 22, 1945.
				31425 to RAAF as A27-547.  To Royal Australian Navy Oct 7, 1945.  RAN records
					show "papers deposited Jun 25, 1946", which means that paperwork
					showing aircraft was stricken off was filed.
				31427 to RAAF as A27-532.  W/o May 16, 1945, Tocumwal
				31428 to RAAF as A27-538.  SOC May 26, 19046.
				31430 to RAAF as A27-529.  To Royal Australian Navy Oct 19, 1945.
				31431 to RAAF as A27-539.  To Royal Australian Navy Sep 9, 1945.  Assigned to 721 Squadron, Kai Tak, 
					Hong Kong 1946.  RAN modified aircraft for DDT spraying.
				31432 to RAAF as A27-548.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31435 to RAAF as A27-530.  Brought on charge Feb 1, 1944, assigned to 25 Squadron.  Modified for
					Garget towing.  SOC May 16, 1946.  Transferred to Royal Australian Navy Apr 2, 1950.
				31436 to RAAF as A27-520.  To Royal Australian Navy Oct 7, 1945.  Assigned to 791 Squadron, Sembawang Jan 1946.
				31437 to RAAF as A27-521.  W/o Oct 26, 1944 Laverton, VIC
				31438 to RAAF as A27-549.  To Royal Australian Navy Oct 7, 1945.
				31439 to RAAF as A27-522.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31440 to RAAF as A27-525.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31441 to RAAF as A27-533.  SOC Jun 4, 1946.
				31442 to RAAF as A27-534.
				31443 to RAAF as A27-535 
				31444 to RAAF as A27-531.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				31445 to RAAF as A27-526.  SOC May 16, 1946.  Transferred to Royal Australian Navy Mar 14, 1951.  Soc Mar 15, 1951.
				31446 to RAAF as A27-527.  In accident Sep 11,1945, Port Keats NT.
41-31448/31572		Republic P-43A-1 Lancer
				Ordered for Lend-Lease to Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force. 108 aircraft were shipped to Karachi, 
				India for assembly and delivery to the Chinese, several of those being lost during testing at Karachi or 
				during the ferry flight across the Himalayas to China. By mid-1942 the Chinese considered the aircraft 
				unsuitable for combat and further deliveries were stopped, their engines being of more use as spares 
				for Chinese C-47 and C-53 aircraft flying across the ‘Hump’. China received 41 aircraft in Kunming; 
				of the balance still in India, 10 were diverted to Chennault for use in China by the 23rd Fighter Group 
				with others salvaged for their engines.
				31448/31455 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31456	Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force; Diverted to 76th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, 
					14th Air Force, Kunming Airbase, China; Accident 30Mar43 when ground looped landing at Chengkung, China
				31457	Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31458	5th Pursuit Squadron, 52nd Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 31Dec41 
					landing at Floyd Bennett Field, NY
				31459/31474 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31475	Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force; Malir AAB, Karachi, India; Assembled after shipment 
					from USA; Crashed 17Apr42 after engine failure and destroyed by fire at Karachi; Pilot killed
				31476/31486 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31487	122nd Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 11May42 
					when ground looped landing at Eufaula Airport, AL; Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43E; 
					Vichy Field, MO; Accident 28Jan43 landing at Vichy Field; Redesignated RP-43E; 
					76th Reconnaissance Group, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 22Aug43 when ground looped 
					landing at Morris Field; 13th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 74th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
					Camp Campbell, Hopkinsville, KY; Accident 16Dec43 when ground looped landing at Campbell Field
				31488	19th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Damaged 10Dec42 
					taxying at Morris Field; Accident 13Dec42 when nosed over landing at Morris Field; Modified for 
					photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43E; Redesignated RP-43E; 477th Flexible Gunnery Training 
					Squadron, Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen Field, TX; Damaged 6Apr44 taxying with mechanical 
					failure at Harlingen Field
				31489	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Crashed 13Apr42 
					after losing control 14 miles N of Esler Field; Pilot bailed out
				31490	107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 11Apr42 
					when ground looped landing at Craig Field, AL; Fort Knox, Louisville, KY; Accident 23Jan43 landing at Gastonia, NC
				31491	HQ Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 4Jun42 landing at Lawson Field, GA
				31492	 Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43E; 3rd Observation Squadron, 73rd Observation Group, 
					Blythe Field, CA; Accident 26Oct42 when ground looped landing at Blythe Field
				31493	107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; 
					Accident 11Apr42 when stalled landing at Esler Field
				31494	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43B; Shipped to Australia; Royal Australian Air 
					Force as serial A56-5; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, received 31Aug42; No.1 Photographic 
					Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 15Nov42; Coomalie Creek, NT; Damaged 14Dec42 landing at 
					Coomalie Creek, NT when the soft brakes resulted in the aircraft turning off the runway, 
					the undercarriage collapsing as the aircraft hit a drainage ditch; No.4 Repair and Salvage Unit,  
					Laverton, VIC, 30Dec42; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 8Mar43; Stored; 5th Air Force, 
					Charter Towers, QLD; 25Jun43; 35th Service Group, 5th Air Force, Charter Towers, QLD; 24Aug43
				31495	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43B; Shipped to Australia; Royal Australian Air 
					Force as serial A56-3; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, received 31Aug42; No.1 Photographic 
					Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 16Oct42; Coomalie Creek, NT; Damaged 11Mar43 when nosed over 
					after skidding on landing at Coomalie Creek, NT; No.4 Repair and Salvage Unit, Laverton, VIC, 13Mar43; 
					No.14 Aircraft Repair Depot, Gorrie, NT, 5Apr43; 5th Air Force, Charter Towers, QLD, 29Jun43; 
					Delayed in issuing to 5th Air Force due to the manufacture and supply of certain equipment; 
					Issued 5th Air Force 5Nov43
				31496	154th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 30Jul42 
					when ground looped landing at Smith-Reynolds Airport, Winston-Salem, NC
				31497	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43B; Shipped to Australia; Royal Australian Air 
					Force as serial A56-4; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, received 31Aug42; No.1 Photographic 
					Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 16Oct42; Damaged 27Nov42 with faulty brakes landing at Oodnadatta, SA; 
					Damaged 9Dec42 when the left landing gear collapsed; No.1 Repair and Salvage Unit, 21Dec42; 
					No.3 Aircraft Depot, Amberley, QLD, received 21Dec42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit, 
					Coomalie Creek, NT, 20Jan43; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 22May43; No.7 Aircraft Depot, 
					Tocumwal, NSW, 21Jul43; 5th Air Force, Charter Towers, QLD; 18Aug43
				31498	3rd Observation Squadron, 73rd Observation Group, Blythe Field, CA; Damaged 5May42 when nosed 
					over taxying at March Field; Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43E; Redesignated 
					RP-43E; 13th Reconnaissance Squadron, 74th Reconnaissance Group, Desert Center, CA; 
					Accident 24Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Desert Center; 13th Tactical Reconnaissance 
					Squadron, 74th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Camp Campbell, Hopkinsville, KY; Damaged 24Jan44 
					while parked in collision by Bell P-39K Airacobra 42-4437 taxying at Camp Campbell
				31499	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43E; 111th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation 
					Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 26Jun42 when nosed over landing at Daniel Field
				31500	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43B; Shipped to Australia; Royal Australian 
					Air Force as serial A56-6; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, received 31Aug42; 
					No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 16Oct42; Coomalie Creek, NT; No.1 Aircraft Depot, 
					Laverton, VIC, 10Nov42; Accident 9Dec42 landing at Laverton. The aircraft was being used for 
					bomb carriage trials and was damaged severely on landing at Laverton. The pilot unlocked the 
					tail wheel and on application of brakes, the aircraft ground-looped to the right causing the 
					left landing gear to collapse. SOC and salvaged 8Mar43.
				31501	55th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group, 3rd Air Force, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; 
					Destroyed 15Sep42 landing short of Drew Field
				31502/31510 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31511	Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force; 74th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, 
					14th Air Force, Kunming Airbase, China; Accident 19Apr43 landing at Yunnanyi, China
				31512/31529 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31530	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 13Jul42 
					when ground looped taking off at Esler Field
				31531	Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
				31532	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 27Apr42 
					when stalled landing at Esler Field; 16th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, 
					Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 10Jun42 when nosed over landing at Robins Field, Warner Robins, GA; 
				31533/31572 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
41-31573/31672		Martin B-26B-15-MA Marauder
				31573 (320th BG, 442nd BS, "Little Chum") crashlanded Mar 20, 1945.
				31574 (320th BG, 441st BS) crashlanded Jan 24, 1944
				31576 (553rd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Conzerath, 6km SE of Bernkastel, Germany 
					Nov 18, 1944.  MACR 10462.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				31577 (553rd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at unknown location in France Jul 31, 1944.
				31578 (Air Transport Command) in taxiing accident at Parnamirin Field, Natal, Brazil Jul 1, 1943.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31581 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at RAF Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland Jun 12, 1943
					while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				31582 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA 10 mi NE of Terracina, Italy Jan 12, 1944.   MACR 2304.
					5 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				31585 (386th BG, 553rd BS) crashlanded at base Jun 22, 1944
				31586 (386th BG, 552nd BS, *Shadrach*) shot down by AAA at Buigny, 12 km ESE of Le Treport, France Mar 5, 1944.  
					MACR 2604.  2 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				31587 (386th BG, 553rd BS) shot down
				31588 W/o 24 Apr 1943 at New Castle AAB, DE 
				31589 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down 3 mi from Licodia Eubea, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943. 1 KIA, 5 POW. MACR 76. 
					The MACR has date of July 3.  
				31591 (319th BG, 440th BS, "The Elmer Fudd") in midair collision 
					with 41-34867 and crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea 104 km E of
					Arbatax, Sardinia Nov 26, 1943.  MACR 1407.  7 KIA
				31594 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
				31595 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Merry Marie Sue") crashlanded Mar 15, 1945.
				31597 (386th BG, 553rd BS, "The Wolf") shot down by Fw Karl Willius in Fw 190A-5 of JG 267/2 and
					crashed into Schelde Estuary off Yerseke, Netherland Jul 30, 1943.  MACR 212.  6 KIA, 1 POW
				31599 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed on takeoff Feb 9, 1944
				31601 (443rd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) in taxiing accident at Alto Airfield, Corsica Nov 2, 1944.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31602 (386th BG, 553rd BS, "Two Way Ticket") crashed on takeoff at Colchester, UK Jul 30, 1943.  Crew survived.
				31603 (319th BG, 437th BS, 12th AF, "Our Baby") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Hptm Karl Rammelt of JG 51/4 over Olbia,
					Sardinia Jun 18, 1943. 1 KIA, 5 bailed out and became POW.  MACR 233.
					The MACR wrongly lists the plane as 41-18603.
				31604 (323rd BG, 453rd BS, "Morale Buster").  In taxi accident with 553rd BS, 386th BG, 8th AF) at RAF
					Snetterton Heath, Norfolk, England Jun 9, 1943.  Only ground crew involved and none were injured.
					Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31608 (553rd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Lympne, Kent, England Nov 26, 1943.  All 6 crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				31609 (319th BG, 439th BS "Jabbo's Sky King 2nd", then to 
					386th BG, 553rd BS) crashlanded at Lympne, UK Nov 26, 1943.  Repaired.   w/o 20 May 1944 at Marianna, AR
				31613 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Bernkastel, Germany Nov 18, 1944 and crashed near
					Kempfled, Germany.  MACR 10466.  5 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and one was killed when his parachute failed
					to open, the other was captured and became POW.
				31614 (386th BG, 555th BS, 8th AF) crashlanded at RAF Great Dunmow Airfield, Essex, England Oct 3, 1943.
					All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged beyond repair, salvaged.
				31615 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at Beaumont-sur-Oise Airfield A-60, Persan, France due to
					AAA damage Nov 18, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31618 (386th BG, 555th BS) Damaged by Fw 190A-6 flown by Fw Gerd Wiegland of JG 26/4 6-9 mi W of Gravelines 
					France and crashed into North Sea Jan 23, 1944.  MACR 2077.  All 6 crew bailed out and were captured
					and became POW.
				31619 (386th BG, 555th BS) shot down Apr 25, 1944
				31620 (386th BG, 555th BS) crashlanded at Horsham St Faith, UK Aug 12, 1944
				31622 (386th BG, 554th BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at Charleroi Airfield A-87, Gosselies, Belgium due to
					flak damage Sep 23, 1944.  One crewman killed, 5 survived. Aircraft was destroyed.
				31623 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) crash landed at Greenborough in UK Jan 26, 1944.  All six crew killed.
					Aircraft was destroyed. 
				31624 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England May 20, 1944.  
					Aircraft named "Loretta Young".  All 6 crew survived, but the aircraft was destroyed.
				31625 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF, "Hell's Fury") shot down by AAA at
					Aalsmer, Netherlands Dec 13, 1943.  MACR 1413.  6 crewmen KIA, one bailed out and was captured and
					became POW.
				31626 Conv to TB-26B
				31627 (386th BG, 555th BS) destroyed when Ju 88 crashed on it Mar 22, 1944
				31628 (386th BG, 554th BS, 9th AF, "Bad Penny") crashlanded near the beach on an airstrip near Bayeux, France 
					Jun 28, 1944 due to flak damage.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31629 (387 BG, 559th BS, 8th AF, *Janet's Dream*) shot down by flak near Dunkirk, France Sept 2, 1943.  MACR 516.
					3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				31632 (386th BG, 552nd BS, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Earls Colne, Essex, England Jun 23, 1943.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31633 (386th BG, 552nd BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Aug 12, 1944.  All 6
					crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31634 (386th BG, 555th BS) misidentified in clouds and shot down by Spitfire over France Aug 9, 1943.  MACR 164.
					6 KIA.
				31635 (386th BG, 554th BS, 9th AF) crashed on landing at RAF Boreham, Essex, England Jan 4, 1944.  All 6 crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31636 (554th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) crashed on landing at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Sep 16, 1944.
					All 6 crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				31637 (386th BG, 552nd BS) destroyed in crash at Manston Mar 8, 1944
				31638 (386th BG, 552nd BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at Manston Jan 14, 1944, epaired.  Crashed with 386th BG, 554th BS,
					9th AF) while attempting to land 2 1/2 mi W of RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Sep 16, 1944.
					MACR 15773.  All 6 crew killed. 
				31640 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) crashed into hill at Friston, East Sussex, England Jun 8, 1944.
					5 crew killed, one survived but was seriously injured. Aircraft was destroyed.
				31641 (387th BG, 556th BS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 1/2 mi E of RAF Gosfield,
					Essex, England Oct 24, 1943.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				31642 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at RAF Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland Jun 12, 1943 while on
					ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31644 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) in midair collision with B-26B 41-31685 over Holland Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2322.
					One crewman KIA, 7 bailed out, 4 became POW, 3 evaded capture.
					Parts recovered 1974;Den Hout
				31645 W/o 26 Jun 1943 at Presque Isle, ME 
				31646 (386th BG, 554th BS) crashlanded Apr 30, 1944
				31647 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Clastres Airfield A-71, Picardy, France Dec 26, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31648 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 believed flown by Oblt Josef Wurmheller of
					JG 2/9 off Dutch Coast in North Sea Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2331.  All 6 crew killed.
				31649 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Wethersfield, Essex, England due to hydraulic system
					shot out by flak Jan 14, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				31650 (553rd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Juvincourt Airfield A-68, Picardy, France
					Nov 25, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31651 W/o 19 Sep 1943 at Camp Gruber, OK 
				31653 (387th BG, 558th BS, 8th AF "King Bee") shot down by AAA over Lille/Vendevill, France Aug 31, 1943.  MACR 471.
					The aircraft was cut in half by the flak.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				31654 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) damaged by AAA over France and abandoned by crew Aug 15, 1944.  No MACR.
					Fate of crew unknown.
				31655 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) collided with another aircraft in midair at Chateaudun Airfield A-39,
					France Oct 4, 1944.  Able to land, all crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31656 (552nd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) in taxi accident at RAF Great Dunmow Airfield, Essex, England Sep 10, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31657 (387 BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-14 flown by unknown pilot from JG 11 10 mi E of 
					Bastogne, Belgium Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11465.  One crewman killed, 6 bailed out and evaded capture.
				31658 (386th BG, 554th BS, 9th AF) bellylanded at Charleroi Airfield A-87, Gosselies, Belgium Jul 23, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed by explosions and fire.
				31659 (387th BG, 558th BS) shot down by AAA Dec 6, 1944.  MACR 10782
				31660 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 belived flown by FhjUffz Hans J. Voormann
					of JG 2/12 off the Dutch coast over North Sea Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2334.  All six crew killed.
				31661 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) crash landed 3 mi NE of Maupertus-sur-Mer Airfield A-15 Cherbourg,
					Basse-Normandie, France due to engine failure Sep 5, 1944.  5 crew killed, one crew injured and survived.
					Aircraft was destroyued.
				31662 (387th BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landed at Zweibrucken, Germany after left engine 
					failed Nov 30, 1944.  MACR 10826.  All 6 crew killed.
				31663 (387th BG, 557th BS) lost due to enemy action Jul 7, 1944
				31664 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA S of Caen, France Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5874.  All 7 crew killed.
				31665 (456th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) engine cut out and crew abandoned 6 mi S of Leinefeld, Germany Apr 17, 1945.
					All crew evaded capture.
				31666 (387th BG, 558th BS, "Wuneach Airplane") damaged by Oblt Wolgang Neu in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/4 near
					Conches-en-Ouche, France and crashlanded in UK Sep 27, 1943.  One crewman bailed out, fate unknown.  5 crew
					survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				31667 (386th BG, 554th BS) abandoned Feb 10, 1945
				31669 (558th BS, 387th BG, *A Kay Pea's Dream*) hit by AAA Jun 15, 1944 on raid
					on Villers Bocage near Caen, France.  Ditched off Sussex coast, 3 drowned 2 survived.
				31670 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) lost to enemy action over France Jun 12, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				31671 (387th BG, 558th BS) shot down by Fw 190A-7 believed flown by Lt Johannes Wiethoff of JG 2/9 off Dutch coast 
					over North Sea Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2333.  All six crew killed.
				31672 (387th BG, 557th BS) lost to enemy action Feb 22, 1944
41-31673/31772		Martin B-26B-20-MA Marauder
				31674 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England due to flak damage Jun 25, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed
				31675 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisiona), 9th AF) in midair collision over RAF Radlett, Hetfordshire,
					England Jun 4, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31676 (559th BS, 387 BG, 9th AF) shot up by fighters and belly landed 12 mi S of Bourges, France Oct 1, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31677 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Stoney Cross, Hampshire, England Aug 6, 1944.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				31679 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England Mar 8, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Might have collided with B-26B 41-31684.
				31680 (387th BG, 556th BS, "Sheezabeech") crashed on landing at Chipping Ongar, UK Jun 26, 1943. Crew OK.
				31681 (387th BG, 559th BG) salvaged due to battle damage Jun 13, 1944.
				31682 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Cherbourg, France Feb 15, 1944.  MACR 2229.  5 crew killed,
					one bailed out and became POW.
				31683 (387th BG, 557th BS) left in Greenland due to wing stress
				31684 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) crashed after midair collision with unknown B-26B at RAF Chipping Ongar,
					Essex, England Mar 8, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.  Might have collided
					with B-26B 41-31679.
				31685 (386th BG, 555th BS) hit by AAA and crashed into B-26B 41-31644 over Gilze Rijen, Holland Feb 22, 1944.  
					Crashed 3.5 km SW of Geertruidenberg, Holland.  MACR 2321.  All 6 crew bailed out.  5 were captured and
					became POW, one evaded capture.
				31686 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Ingelhein, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13517.
					All 6 crew killed.
				31687 (387th BG, 557th BS, "9 Nina with the Ruby T's") crashed at North Weald on test flight in UK Oct 1, 1943
				31689 (387th BG, 559th BS) crashed on runway at RAF Chipping Ongar, UK Nov 6, 1943
				31690 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Clastres Airfield A-71 Picardy, France Dec 9, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31693 w/o Jul 31, 1944 at NAS Honolulu, HI
				31695 (55erd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Jun 4, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31696 (387th BG, 387th BS, 9th AF) damaged in forced landing near Tour-en-Bessin Airfield A-13 Basse-Normandie, France 
					due to flak damage Aug 12, 1944.  All six crew survived, aircraft DBR. 
				31697 (387th BG, 559th BG, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England  Sept 9, 1943.  MACR 16063, and 16096.
					5 crew killed, one survived. Aircraft was destroyed.
				31698 (559th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF) shot down by flak over Ostend, Belgium Feb 3, 1944.  MACR 2525.  4 crew killed,
					2 bailed out and became POW.
				31699 (558th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF) ditched in North Sea 5 mi off Friston, England after being hit by AAA
					over France Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 8164.  3 crew killed, 2 survived and were rescued by British Navy destroyer.
				31700 (556th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26G 43-34334 E of Clastres Airfield A-71 Picardy, France
					Feb 19, 1945.  Able to land, all crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31701 (387th BG, 557th BS) lost to enemy action May 13, 1944
				31702 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Sep 27, 1943 to Oct 27, 1943.
					Used by NACA for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				31703 (387 BG) belly landed after flak damage Feb 5, 1944.
				31705 (387 BG) transferred War Weary Dec 6, 1944.
				31707 (553rd BS< 386th BG, 9th AF) made wheels-up belly landing at RAF Manston, Kent, England due to AAA
					damage and one engine out Nov 29, 1943.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31710 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) shot down in flames by AAA and crashed at Sayn, 9 km N of Coblenz, Germany
					Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12341  One crewman killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				31712 W/o 20 May 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				31713 (387th BG, 557th BS, "Kouragious Keet") crashlanded at
					Chipping Ongar, UK Nov 18, 1943
				31715 (387th BG, 557th BS) lost to enemy action May 26, 1944
				31716 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Les Valois, 8 km NE of evereux, France
					May 27, 1944.  MACR 5135.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				31717 (557th BS, 387th BG, "Ollie L") flew 142 combat missions.  W/o 9 Jul 1945 at Rosieres, France
				31719 (387th BG, 559th BS) crash landed in England after damage by
					flak, June 10, 1944.
				31721 (559th BS, 387 BG, 8th AF) shot down by flak Sept 21, 1943 7 mi NE OF Beauvais-Tille, France.  MACR 614.
					All seven crew bailed out and four became POW.
				31722 ("Smokey Joe")
				31723 (559th BS, 387th BG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England Sep 21, 1943.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31724 (555th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Boreham, Essex, England May 20, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31725 W/o 7 May 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				31728 W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				31732 W/o 7 Feb 1944 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				31734 W/o 2 Jan 1944 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				31735 to TB-26B.  Damaged in bird strike and landed at Laughlin
					Field, TX Mar 14, 1945.
				31736 W/o 23 Nov 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				31740 W/o 25 Jun 1943 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				31741 (322nd BG, 449th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Flers, France Aug 12, 1944.  MACR 8039.
					5 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.
				31742 with 323rd BG, 455th BS
				31743 (386th BG, 555th BS) crashed on takeoff at RAF Great Dunmow, UK Jun 10, 1944
				31744 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy, France
					Jan 7, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31747 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				31749 W/o 4 Aug 1944 at Iowa, LA 
				31751 W/o 24 Jul 1944 at Lake Charles AAF, LA 
				31754 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Bloomfield, KY 
				31755 (386th BG, 554th BS) crashlanded in France Oct 7, 1944
				31758 Conv to TB-26B; w/o 1 Aug 1945 at Mt Clement, MI
				31759 W/o 1 Jun 1943 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				31762 W/o 29 May 1943 at MacDill Field, FL 
				31763 (386th GG, 554th BS) hit by bomb dropped from higher aircraft and crew
					abandoned the aircraft over France May 31, 1944.  MACR 5120
				31764 W/o 30 Jun 1943 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				31765 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Andrews, Essex, England while returning from
					mission to Flers, France with flak damage Aug 12, 1944.  MACR 15747.  One crewman killed, aircraft
					was destroyed.
				31766 (3rd Replacement and Training Squadro, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in landing
					accident at RAF Toome, Atrim, Northern Ireland Sep 7, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				31767 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Aire Railroad Station about 20 km
					SE of St Omer, France Apr 21, 1944.  MACR 4308.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				31768 (386th BG, 555th BS) crashlanded May 29, 1944
				31770 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Andrews Field, Essex, England
					Sep 21, 1943. All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31771 (386th BG, 554th BS 9th AF) shot down by AAA w.t km NNW of Darfeld Hopingen, Germany Feb 16, 1945.  MACR 12435.
					4 crew killed, 3 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
41-31773/31872		Martin B-26B-25-MA Marauder 
				31773 (MSN 3487, 322nd BG, 449th BS) was *Flak Bait*, the first Allied
					bomber in the ETO to complete 200 sorties.
					Nose section was on display at NASM.  NASM was reported to have the
					rest of the airframe in storage at Silver Hill facility.  In 2015 the entire aircraft was in
					the restoration ship at the Udvar-Hazy Center.  The nose was moved from the NASM on the Mall in
					Jun 2014, and the rest of the airframe came over from the Garber facility.  The entire plane
					will be displayed in its original paint, fabric, and markings at the Udvar-Hazy center.
				31775 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) damaged by flak and fighters and ditched in Channel Mar 25, 1944.  MACR 4029.
					All 6 crew bailed out, 4 died in the water, and 2 were rescued 2 days later by RAF Walrus flying boat.
				31781 (323rd BG, 455th BS, "Liberty Lady") damaged by AAA, abandoned,
					and crashed in UK Dec 13, 1943.
				31783 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Tetling, Maidstone, Kent, England Apr 27, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31785 W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				31786 (386th BG, 552nd BS) crashlanded Jun 22, 1944
				31789 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) damaged by AAA and crash landed at Beaumont-sur-Oise Airfield A-60
					Persan, France Nov 18, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was DBR and was scrapped.
				31790 (386th BG, 554th BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Manston, Kent, England due to flak damage Nov 10, 1943.
					All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31791 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				31792 W/o 6 Sep 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				31793 (387th BG, 556th BS) shot down over Neuburg, Germany by Me 262A-1a flown by Lt Klaus Neumann of JV 44 
					Apr 18, 1945.  MACR 14456.  All six crew killed.
				31794 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and bellylanded on beach 3 km S of Hardelot,
					10 km S of Boulogne, France Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 7045.  All 6 crew survived and became POW.
				31795 W/o 9 Jul 1944 at Morris Field, NC 
				31796 (386th BG, 555th BS) destroyed in wheels-up landing at RAF Great Dunmow, UK Apr 24, 1944
				31798 (322nd BG, 452nd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAAover SW border of Grivesnes, 8 km NW of 
					Montdidier, France Mar 25, 1944. MACR 3167.  All 6 crew killed.
				31800 W/o 17 Mar 1944 at Lake Charles AAF, LA 
				31801 (456th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Feb 16, 1945.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31803 (322nd BG, 450th BS) crashed on landing at Boscombe Down, UK
					Aug 15, 1943.
				31804 (323rd BG, 454th BS) blew tire on takeoff at Laon, France Oct 26, 1944, crashed,
					and burned.
				31805 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) in midair collision with Fw 190 over Lessard et le Chene, Normandy,
					France Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 7016.  All six crew killed.
				31807 (455th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) crashed into English Channel7 mi offshore of North Foreland, Kent,
					England after midair collision with B-26B 41-31959 Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3741.  4 crew killed, 2 bailed out
					and were rescued.
				31809 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England for
					static vent and directional control trials.  Arrival date
					not known but returned to USAAF Feb 20, 1944.  To 323rd BG, 453rd BS, "Heaven Can Wait/Miss Satan"
				31811 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) crash landed at Clastres Airfield A-71 Picardy, France due to flak
					damage Feb 14, 1945.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31813 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Mar 19, 1945.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31814 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF, "Bag of Bolts") shot down by Bf 110G-4 flown by Maj Wolfgang Himming from NJG 4/Stab
					and crashed at Warlus 22 km SSE of Abbeville, France Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6626.  1 crew killed, 5 bailed out,
					3 became POW, 2 evaded.
				31816 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy, France
					Oct 19, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31817 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Saint Omer-Wizernes Airfield, France Pas-de-Calas,
					France Nov 23, 1943.  MACR 1187.  All 6 crew killed.
				31818 (454th BS, 323rd BG) nose flew 344 missions as a part of 3 different planes.  originally named "Goatee Hell"
					when first put into operation, the tail was lost in a landing accident.  Nose was grafted onto tail section
					of another damaged B-26 and renamed "Half and Half".  Tail section damaged and plane was sent to the scrap
					yard.  The nose was grafted onto Weary Willie, a B-26 with 160 missions, and flew more missions.  Also listed
					as being shot down by AA with 453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF over Dieppe, France May 20, 1944.  MACR 4967.
					All 5 crew killed.
				31819 (322nd BG, "Mild and Bitter") after 100 missions sent back to the States in 1944 for a war bond promotion.
				31820 (456th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) salvaged Jun 23, 1944 at RAF Earls Colne Essex, England after returning from
					mission with severe flak damage.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
				31825 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, "Miss Chievous") damaged by AAA, crew bailed out over North Sea Feb 5, 1944.  2 crew were
					killed 4 were captured.
				31826 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, "The Flying Dutchmen II")
				31827 (386th BG, 555th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 3 km SW of Saint Omer, France Apr 30, 1944.  MACR 4212.
					All 6 crew bailed, five became POW.  One died due to heart attack.
				31829 (1st PFS) w/o at Rozy-en-Brie, France Nov 15, 1944
				31831 (453rd Bs, 323rd BG, "Smokey/Wyoming's Dirty Boy")
				31832 (386th BG, 554th BS, 8th AF) hit a tree during a forced landing near RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England
					Aug 18, 1944.  2 crew killed, 4 survived with injuries.  Aircraft was destroyed. 
				31834 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Canteleux, 9 km S of Frevent, France
					Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3743.  Four crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				31835 W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				31837 W/o 21 Sep 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				31841 W/o 20 Jul 1943 at New Castle AAB, DE 
				31842 (386th BG, 552nd BS) crashed at Reims, France when ran out of fuel Dec 12, 1944
				31843 W/o 9 Aug 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Destin, FL 
				31844 served with 451st BS, 322nd BG, IX Bomber Command photographed at Picauville, Normanday Aug 1944.
					With 553rd BS, 386th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Juvincourt Airfield A-68, Picardy, France 
					Nov 25, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31845 (322nd BG, 452nd BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Oblt Detlev Grossfuss of JG 2/2
					at Charleville, France May 7, 1944. MACR 4479.  All 6 crew bailed out, 4 became POW, 2 evaded.
				31846 W/o 19 Jun 1945 at Roseries-en-Santerre, France
				31848 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 8th AF) damaged by AAA over Calais, France and ditched in English Channel 
					8 km W of Calais May 29, 1944.  MACR 5126. 4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
				31849 (322nd BG, 450th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Nortbecourt, 12 km S of St Omer,
					France Mar 20, 1944.  MACR 2845.  5 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				31850 (386th BG, 552nd BS) crashed on landing Sep 21, 1943
				31851 (453 BS, 434 BG) w/o in landing accident at Earls Colne, England Apr 6, 1944
				31852 (386th BG, 555th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA NE OF Blosseville, 6 km E of Saint Valery-en-Caux, 
					France Apr 25, 1944.  MACR 4133.  All six crew bailed out.  5 were captured and became POW, one was
					killed in his parachute after hitting an aircraft during bailout.
				31853 (323rd BG, 455th BS, "Lois Rose") shot down by AAA May 25, 1944 and crashed 500 meters e of Aubel 21 km
					NW of Liege, Belgium.  MACR 5039.  2 crew killed (one after bailout) 5 crew bailed out anf four were captured.
				31856 recovered from British Columbia by David Talliched in 1971 and
					stored at Schenectady.  Under restoration at Pima Air and Space
					Museum, AZ
				31859 (323rd BG, 454th BS, "Howard Hurricane II") shot down by AA over Geldern, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12373.  
					5 crew killed, three bailed out and became POW.
				31860 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL
				31861 (456th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Mar 26, 1945.
					Al crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31862 W/o 25 Jul 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				31865 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) crashed 4 mi S of Ares, France Oct 12, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				31866 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Gravesend, Kent, England Jun 8, 1944.  All crew survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				31867 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff and burned at Clastres Airfield A-71, Picardy, France Nov 19, 1944.
					One creman killed, rest survived.  Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				31868 (387 BG, 559 BS, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Ursel, Airfield B-67, East Flanders, Belgium Oct 30, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
				31869 W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Chatham Field, GA 
				31870 (455th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Lessay Airfield A-20, France due to bad weather Sep 9, 1944.
					Pilot killed, rest of crew survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				31871 (557th BSD, 387th BG, "Dottie") flew 164 combat missions.
41-31873/31972		Martin B-26B-30-MA Marauder
				31873 (456th BS, 323rd BG) in midair collision with B-26C 41-25006 over Dunkirk France and crashed Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4003.
					4 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				31874 (559th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit over Germany Dec 23,1944.
					Fate of crew unknown, no MACR.
				31875 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crash landed at Eastbourne, England due to flak damage Feb 28, 1944.
					MACR 15197.  3 crew bailed out over enemy territory and became POW.  3 crew survived.
				31876 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in ground accident at RAF Andrews Field, Essex, England May 23, 1944.
					Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				31877 (386th BG, 554th BS) crashed on takeoff at Beaumont, France Jan 1, 1945.
				31878 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Rosnay, France Jan 7, 1945.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				31879 (387th BG, 558th BS) lost to enemy action Feb 5, 1944
				31880 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA S of Gavelines Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1749.
					All 6 crew bailed out, 3 became POW, 3 evaded.
				31882 (320th BG, 444th BS) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Hunter Field, GA, salvaged Jun 23, 1943.
				31883 (559th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF) belly landed at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England after flak damage Apr 18, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				31884 (455th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at rebreuve 6 km SW of Frevent, France Feb 5, 1944.  MACR 2055.
					All seven crew killed.
				31885 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed near RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England due to
					structural failure May 21, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				31888 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA in Zulpich, Germany area Feb 23, 1945.  MACR 12642.
					All 6 crew killed.
				31889 (386th BG, 553rd BS) shot down by AAA at Marquise, France Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1047.  6 KIA
				31891 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, "Miss Fortune III") in takeoff accident at Laon/Athies Airfield A-69 Picardy, France
					Nov 2, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31895 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Avon Park Bomb Range, FL 
				31896 (323rd BG, 453rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Eller, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11659.  All 6 crew killed.
				31897 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) hit by AAA at Le Manoir, France and force landed at RAF
					Bazenville B-2 Airfield, France with only the pilot Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 15175.  5 crew bailed
					out at Pont st Pierre, France.  4 crew became POW, one evaded capture.  Aircraft salvaged.
				31899 (323rd BG, 453rd BS, 9th AF) ran out of fuel and crashed near Saargebiet, S of Trier, Germany 
					Feb 16, 1945.  MACR 12405.  All six crew bailed out, four became POW and 2 evaded capture.
				31900 (387th BG, 556th BS) lost to enemy action Nov 17, 1944
				31902 (386th BG, 553rd BS, "Crime Doctor") crashlanded at Great Dunrow, Essex, UK Jul 28, 1944
				31903 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Bretigny Airfield
					A-48 Bretigny, France Nov 26, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft destroyed by fire.
				31904 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) ditched at St Catherines Point in English Channel Jul 30, 1944.  MACR 16089.  One 
					crewman killed, 5 rescued.
				31906 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) shot down by AAA near Montdidier, France Mar 25, 1944.  MACR 3166.
					All seven crew killed.
				31907 (387th BG, 559th BS) crashed on test flight at Margaretting, UK Apr 27, 1944
				31908 (387th BG, 556th BS) shot down by AAA near Boulogne-sur-Mer,
					France Sep 9, 1943.  MACR 2896.  6 KIA
				31909 to TB-26B.  Crashed near Flat Rock, MI Oct 18, 1945.
				31910 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61
					Picardy, France Dec 10, 1944  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31911 (387th BG, 556th BS) damaged by AAA and crashlanded in
					UK Sep 9, 1943.  2 injured.
				31913 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Gosfield Airfield,
					Essex, England Jul 23, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31914 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 90th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km SW of St Omer Capelle, 7 km S of 
					Gravelines, France Mar 20, 1944.  MACR 2837.  All 6 crew bailed out, 3 became POW, 3 evaded capture.
				31915 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Andrews Field, Essex, England Sep 11, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft DBR and was salvaged Sep 25, 1944.
				31917 (387th BG, 559th BS) damaged by enemy fighters and belly landed Dec 23, 1944.
				31918 (323rd BG, 454th BS, 9th AF, "Can't Get Started/Texas Tiff") shot down by Me 262A-1a flown by 
					Uffz Johann Karl Muller of JV 44 near Memmingham, Germany Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14083.  All six crew bailed out and became POW.
				31920 (455th BS, 323rd BG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Earls Colne, Essex, England Nov 18, 1943  All crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				31921 missing over Atlantic Ocean Aug 3, 1943.  Crew lost.
				31922 to TB-26B.  Crashed near Charleston, KS May 26, 1945
				31927 W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS
				31930 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31931 W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				31933 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31934 W/o 14 Sep 1944 at Shreveport. LA 
				31935 W/o 23 Jul 1943 at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL 
				31940 W/o 7 Aug 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				31946 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, "Pistol Packin Mama" hit by flak over target, crew bailed out
				31947 (386th BG, 555th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over Blangermont, 12 km SW of St. Pol, France Feb 5, 1944.  
					MACR 2057 and 2232.  1 crewman killed, 5 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
				31948 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near St Omer, France Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1748.
					All seven crew bailed out, 4 became POW, 3 evaded capture.
				31950 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Dieppe, France May 20, 1944.  MACR 4966.  All 7 crew killed.
				31951 (455th BS, 323rd  BG, 9th AF) hit by friendly fire at RAF Earls Colne, Essex, England Nov 7, 1943.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31952 (387th BG, 556th BS, "Middleweight Champ") flak fragments flattened one
					of the main wheels and ran off runway on landing in UK Nov 11, 1943.  Salvaged.
				31953 w/o Jun 17, 19043 at Lambert Field, MO, repaired.  (386th BG, 552nd BS) crashlanded Aug 18, 1944
				31954 (450th BS, 322nd BG) engine caught fire during mission and crashed near Isigny-sur-Mer, France 
					May 9, 1944.  MACR 4478.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				31955 W/o 2 Sep 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
				31959 (323rd BG, 453rd BS) in midair collision with B-26B 43-31807 and crashed in English Channel 7 mi offshore
					of North Foreland Kent, England Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3740.  All six crew killed.
				31961 (323rd BG, 455th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Mezidon, France on mission to Caen, France Jun 6, 1944. 
					MACR 5527.  4 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				31965 (386th BG, 552nd BS) crashlanded Jun 4, 1944.
				31968 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 6 mi SE of Bricquebec, 22 km S of Cherbourg,
					France Apr 13 1944.  MACR 3742  All 6 crew  bailed out, 5 became POW, one evaded capture.
				31969 (319th BG  44th BS   "Ruth") was written off in a crash landing near Decimomannu AB,
                              Sardinia on 22 April 1944.
				31970 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Kleve, Germany Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9221.
					3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
				31971 (320th BG, 444th BS) crashlanded Jun 14, 1944.
				31972 (391st BG, 575th BS) ran off runway and gear collapsed May 18, 1944
41-31973/32072		Martin B-26B-35-MA Marauder
				31974 (322nd BG, 450th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 5 km S of Nantes, France Jul 19, 1944.  
					MACR 7047.  4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				31977 W/o 15 Jan 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				31978 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Tangmere, Sussex, England Aug 8, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				31979 W/o 26 Mar 1944 at Lake Charles AAF, LA 
				31980 W/o 8 Oct 1944 at Barksdale AAF, LA 
				31981 W/o 24 Oct 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				31982 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at MacDill Field, FL 
				31985 W/o 15 Jul 1944 at Lake Charles AAF, LA 
				31986 W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Dodge City, KS
				31988 to TB-26B.  Crashlanded at Dodge City AAF, KS Apr 19, 1945.
				31990 W/o 10 Sep 1944 at DeRidder AAB, LA 
				31991 W/o 19 Feb 1944 at Greenville, SC 
				31992 (323rd BG, 454th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Frankfurt, Germany Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13338.
					All six crew bailed, 3 became POW, 3 evaded capture.
				31995 to TB-26B.  Crashed near Dodge City, KS Jan 12, 1945.
				31997 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31998 W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				32001 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Dodge City, KS 
				32003 W/o 12 Jan 1945 at Dodge City, KS 
				32004 to TB-26B.  Crashlanded near Dodge City, KS Apr 2, 1945.
				32005 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				32006 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Jetmore AAAF, KS 
				32013 (387 BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 believed flown by Oblt Josef Wurmneller of JG 2/9
					20 km N of Knokke, Belgium off the coast of Holland Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2332.  All 9 crew killed.
				32014 (Air Transport Command) shot down by U boat over Atlantic 6 mi N of Sao Pedro de Muel,
					Portugal on ferry flight from St Mawgan to Casablanca Oct 25, 1943.  7 KIA.  MACR 1107
				32016 W/o 12 Jul 1944 at Pratt, KS 
				32017 (454th BS, 323rd  BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Manston, Kent, England due to flak damage over Belgium
					May 26, 1944.  One crewman was killed, 5 survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32018 (456th BS 323rd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Chartres Airfield A-40, France Sep 19, 1944.  All crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32019 (3rd AAF, CCTS, Squadron S) crashed 2 mi W of Canfield, Arkansas Oct 23, 1944.  All 6 onboard killed.
				32021 W/o 6 Sep 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
				32022 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32025 (491st BG, 565th BS, "Panchita Del Rio")
				32026 W/o 12 Jun 1944 at Tutwiler, MS
				32030 crashed Aug 21, 1943 on takeoff while leaving on a night navigation
					mission from Lake Charles AAF, LA. All aboard killed.
				32032 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Offutt Field, NE 
				32034 W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				32039 W/o 21 May 1944 at Tulsa Muni Airport, OK
				32040 W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Great Bend AAB, KS 
				32046 W/o 8 Aug 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Cameron, LA
				32047 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				32054 W/o 23 Jan 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				32055 W/o 9 Oct 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
				32056 W/o 8 Dec 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				32058 W/o 23 Dec 1944 at Barley, MS 
				32062 Conv to TB-26B; w/o 4 Oct 1944 at Pocatello AAF, Pocatello, ID 
				32065 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at De Quincey, LA 
				32067 W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				32069 W/o 27 May 1944 at Bienville, LA 
				32070 (335th BG (M), 425th BS (M)) destroyed in midair collision
					with 42-43261 12 mi E of Texarkana, TX Feb 3, 1944.  No survivors.
41-32073/33819		North American AT-6C-NT Texan
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				Redesignated T-6C Jun 11, 1948.
				32073/32093 MSN 88-9013/9033    (21)
					32073 (MSN 88-9013) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb42. Advanced Flying School,
						 Craig Field, Selma, AL. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7279. WFU. 
					32074 (MSN 88-9014)Technical Training Command, Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS 30Apr42. 
						3704th Base Unit (Technical School), Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS. Damaged landing 
						at Keesler Field 20May45. 2621st Base Unit, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. 
						Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6D 44-81068 on the ground at 
						Barksdale Field 6Sep47. 174th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Barksdale AFB, Shreveport, LA. Damaged landing at New Orleans 
						Airport, LA 18Apr48. Accident at Barksdale AFB 16Feb49. 3567th Maintenance 
						Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Damaged 
						in a collision with T-6C 41-32989 at Connally AFB 13Mar50  
					32075 (MSN 88-9015)Army Air Forces Technical Training Command, Sheppard 
						Field, Wichita Falls, TX 30Apr42. 331st Air Base Squadron, Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Lincoln Field 17Dec42. Accident at Robins AFB, 
						Warner Robins, GA 2May49  
					32076 (MSN 88-9016) 22nd Air Base Squadron, Lowry Field, Denver, CO 30Apr42. 
						Wrecked when nosed over landing six miles north of Holly, CO 5Jul42
					32077 (MSN 88-9017) Army Air Forces Technical Training Command, Scott Field, 
						Belleville, IL 30Apr42. 8th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Scott Field, 
						Belleville, IL. Substantially damaged when crash landed at Scott Field 22Sep43. 
						4161st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Bedford Field, MA. 
						Damaged landing at Bedford Field 21Nov46 and 15Dec46
					32078 (MSN 88-9018) Army Air Forces Technical Training Command, Chanute Field, 
						Rantoul, IL 30Apr42. Headquarters Squadron, Army Air Forces Training Command, 
						Lindley Field, Greensboro, NC. Substantially damaged when force landed after 
						engine failure eight miles northwest of Apex, NC 7Aug42
					32079 (MSN 88-9019)Bailed to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 30Apr42. 
						4127th Base Unit (Sacramento Air Technical Service Command), McClellan Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Substantially damaged when crash landed five miles east of 
						Chico, CA 1May48  
					32080 (MSN 88-9020) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 11May42. 
						345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after losing 
						control eight miles south of Luke Field 3Sep43
					32081 (MSN 88-9021) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 26Feb43. Substantially damaged when force landed 
						after engine failure at Salome, AZ 29Oct43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #2, Ballico, 
						Turlock, CA 17Apr45. 179th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Bergstrom Field, Austin, TX. Personal injury accident at Tulsa Municipal Airport, OK 
						28Nov47. 487th Bomb Squadron, 340th Bomb Group, Air Force Reserve, Tulsa 
						Municipal Airport, OK. Crash landed after engine failure nine miles northeast of 
						Tulsa, OK 15Feb48. Accident at McGregor Municipal Airport, TX 22Sep49
					32082 (MSN 88-9022) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32817 at Yuma Auxiliary Field #1, AZ 21Sep43 (1KIS).
					32083 (MSN 88-9023) 91st Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Roswell 
						Field, NM. Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell Field 16Sep43. 
						3020th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), La Junta Field, CO. Crashed 
						after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out six miles north of Mercer, PA 9Jan45
					32084 (MSN 88-9024) 
					32085 (MSN 88-9025) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Ajo Gunnery Range #4, AZ 20Aug42. 174th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Barksdale AFB, Shreveport, LA. Damaged taxying at Shawnee 
						Municipal Airport, OK 2Mar48.
					32086 (MSN 88-9026)
					32087 (MSN 88-9027) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32123 eight miles WSW 
						of Luke Field 1Apr43. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM 6Sep44 
					32088 (MSN 88-9028) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with 
						parked AT-6D 42-44505 when taxying on maintenance at Luke Field 17Sep43. 
						944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field 27Jan44.
						35th Flying Training Wing, Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #2, Ballico, Turlock, CA 28Mar45. 3008th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged landing at Minter Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Famoso, CA 7Jul45. Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Airport, MI. 
						Accident at Detroit-Wayne Airport, MI 23Jul50    
					32089 (MSN 88-9029) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 30Jun42. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6B 41-17366 two miles southwest of Luke Field 9Jul42. 346th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 29Apr43. 345th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 8Aug43. 
						332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 10Sep43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #7, Hassayampa, AZ 
						14Oct43. 3014th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Douglas Field, AZ. 
						Damaged taxying at Douglas Field 30Oct45
					32090 (MSN 88-9030) Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH 
						26May42. Crashed when the aircraft caught fire and the pilot bailed out at Wright Field 14Jul42. 
					32091 (MSN 88-9031) 346th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 
						24May43. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 23Feb44. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-16354 taxying on the parking ramp at 
						Ajo Field 17May44. Squadron A, 4136th Base Unit (Area Command), Oklahoma City 
						Air Technical Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged in an 
						accident with North American P-51H Mustang 44-64567 taxying at Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX 21Jul47  
					32092 (MSN 88-9032) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Luke Field 7Jul42 (1KIS).
					32093 (MSN 88-9033) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ; 
						code X-821. 544th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion ninety miles 
						north of Flagstaff, AZ 30Oct42. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16298 
						taxying at Luke Field 6Jun44. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Liberty, AZ 27Sep44. 
						3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. Damaged landing 
						at Truax Field 14Jun45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7280. WFU
				32094/32108 MSN 88-9164/9178    (15)
					32094 (MSN 88-9164) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Field 14Sep43. Squadron H, 3017th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Hobbs Field, NM. Damaged when ground looped at Hobbs 
						Field 15Feb45. 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Damaged landing at Truax Field 11Jul45. 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Marietta Field, GA. Damaged taxying at Marietta Field 10Nov47
					32095 (MSN 88-9165) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Crashed after take-off from Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 9Jan43. A student 
						in this aircraft was taking off when he struck the right-hand side canopy and propeller 
						of AT-6A 41-15930, which had just landed. The student continued taking off with a 
						severely damaged left landing gear and left wing. He climbed to 3,500 feet and 
						attempted to raise and lower the landing gear, but as the plane started to become 
						uncontrollable, he was forced to bail out eight miles north of Luke Field.  
					32096 (MSN 88-9166) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke 
						ary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 19Nov42
					32097 (MSN 88-9167) 42nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 8Jul42. 315th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Godman Field 3Sep47. Accident at 
						Reading AFB, PA 29Jan49 
					32098 (MSN 88-9168) 544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force 
						landed after engine failure nine miles north of Flagstaff, AZ 21Jul42  
					32099 (MSN 88-9169) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after losing control eight miles northeast of Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Beardsley, AZ 17May43
					32100 (MSN 88-9170) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 10May43. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed after engine failure twelve miles 
						northeast of Luke Field 1Jul43 
					32101 (MSN 88-9171) Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL 23Jun42. 
						890th School Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Accident landing at Central Park Airport,
						 Birmingham, AL 7Oct42. 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee 
						Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 8Nov43. 
					32102 (MSN 88-9172) 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 Field, Valparaiso, FL 7May43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 16Nov43. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Field 22Jun45. 
						Damaged landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #5, Taylor, AL 10Jul45. Crashed when 
						the pilot bailed out after mechanical failure five miles west of Ware, AL 4Aug45
					32103 (MSN 88-9173) 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-6C 41-33031 ten miles east of Tifton, GA 29Jun43
					32104 (MSN 88-9174) 4101st Base Unit (Reserve Training), Fairfax Field, Kansas 
						City, KS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Fairfax Field 4May47
					32105 (MSN 88-9175) 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Wrecked in an accident with 
						AT-6A 41-463 crash landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 24Mar43
					32106 (MSN 88-9176) 915th School Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, 
						Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged when nosed over landing at Apalachicola Field 9Oct42 
					32107 (MSN 88-9177) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL 23Jun42 
					32108 (MSN 88-9178) 432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Marianna Field, FL 
						15Jul43. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 28Jan45. Damaged in 
						mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44510 five miles east of Dothan 19Oct45
				32109/32152 MSN 88-9479/9522    (44)
					32109 (MSN 88-9479)San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Government 16Jul42. Departed Kelly Field 22Jul42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
						Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, 
						México 23Jul42.  To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 23Jul42 as 81; 
						prefixed P [for Patrulla]. Reserialled as EAN-707. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb4 
					32110 (MSN 88-9480)San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Government 16Jul42. Departed Kelly Field 22Jul42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
						Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, 
						México 23Jul42. To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 23Jul42 as 82; 
						prefixed P [for Patrulla]. Escuadrón Aéreo 203, Base Aérea de La Paz, Baja California Sur. 
						Departing from Las Bajadas, Veracruz, crashed near La Laja, Veracruz, México 7Jan43 (2KIS). 
					32111 (MSN 88-9481) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Mexican Government 16Jul42. Departed Kelly Field 22Jul42 to Laredo Field, TX; Monterrey, 
						Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas arriving Balbuena Field, México City, México 23Jul42. 
						To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 23Jul42 as 83; prefixed P [for Patrulla]. 
						Reserialled as EAN-709. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Escuela Superior de 
						Guerra, Base Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Jalisco. Escuela Militar de Aviación, 
						Base Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Jalisco. Registered Jan89 as N7054X. 
						Reregistered 14Nov13 as N601JF; current [Jun20]. Operated for the AeroShell Aerobatic Team as #4. 
					32112 (MSN 88-9482) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Government 16Jul42. Departed Kelly Field 22Jul42 to Laredo Field, TX; 
						Monterrey, Nuevo Leon and Tampico, Tamaulipas, México. Probably lost during the delivery flight. 
						[a replacement aircraft, 41-32830, was delivered 9Dec42].
					32113 (MSN 88-9483) Bailed to Virginia Lincoln Corporation Jan43; used for the development 
						of laminated plastic experimental aircraft parts, including a proposed plastic rear 
						fuselage for AT-6C production. Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Accident 
						at Wright Field 2Jan43. Damaged taxying at Wright Field 2Jun43. Engineering Division, 
						Dayton Field, Dayton, OH. Crash landed in bad weather one mile south of Piketon, OH 1Mar45.
					32114 (MSN 88-9484) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 23Aug43 and 29Dec43. Damaged in a collision 
						with parked AT-6C 42-44392 when taxying at Luke Field 29Feb44. 3026th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #5, Potter, El Nido, CA 9Jun45
					32115 (MSN 88-9485) 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Force landed after engine failure at Napier Field 6Nov42. Damaged landing 
						at Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 25Nov42. AAF Southeast Training Center, 
						Columbus Field, MS. Damaged in collision with Curtiss-Wright AT-9 Jeep 41-12144 
						taxying at Columbus Field 16Jan43. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. 
						the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, 
						Turkey; arrived Aug48.   To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7281. WFU
					32116 (MSN 88-9486) 4161st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Bedford Field, MA. Damaged when ground looped at Bedford Field 19Nov46.
					32117 (MSN 88-9487) Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7282. WFU
					32118 (MSN 88-9488) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 24Jun43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM 15Jul43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6D 42-85150 six miles west of Luke Field 29Jul44. Damaged landing at 
						Luke Field 2Apr45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Wittman, AZ 3May45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7283. Departing from Eskiehir AB, 
						the aircraft crashed southwest of ANoapinar, Turkey 24May50 (1KIS). 
					32119 (MSN 88-9489) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Luke Field 22Aug42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 19Jan43. 345th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, 
						Glendal-e, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 12Mar43. 
						332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 5Aug43. 
						Fatal crash into the ground fifteen miles southeast of Arlington, AZ 22Dec43 (1KIS).
					32120 (MSN 88-9490) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th 
						Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Ajo Field 5Feb44. 115th Bomb Squadron, 146th Bomb Group, California 
						Air National Guard, Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank, CA. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Santa Maria Municipal Airport, CA 20Jun50
					32121 (MSN 88-9491) 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 18Aug43. Damaged landing 
						at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 19Feb44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Wrecked when force landed after engine 
						failure at Luke Field 29Apr44.
					32122 (MSN 88-9492)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 #5, Buckeye, AZ 21Mar44. 416th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Training Center), Air Defense Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Long Beach Field 1Nov46 
					32123 (MSN 88-9493) 948th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32123 eight miles WSW 
						of Luke Field 1Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC63084 to Western Air Lines, Los Angeles, CA. 
						Used for carrying mail. Registered as N63084. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						Exported c9Jan51
					32124 (MSN 88-9494) 948th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Fighter, AZ 7Jul43. 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 15Aug43. 693rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed 
						into the ground and destroyed at Eglin Field Range #4A, Valparaiso, FL 24May44. 
						439th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with wires ten miles southwest of Defiance, OH 9Sep47. Damaged 
						taxying in bad weather at Baer Field 2Feb48. Accident Virginia 10Oct48. Accident at 
						Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS 22Jun49
					32125 (MSN 88-9495) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ.
						 Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17362 
						eight miles southeast of Luke Field 3Jan43
					32126 (MSN 88-9496) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground ten miles northwest of Luke Field 9Aug42 (1KIS).
					32127 (MSN 88-9497)Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 27Jul42. 12th Ferrying Squadron, 
						2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at New Castle AAB 5Aug42.  506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6B 41-17304 five miles southeast of Moore Field 26Dec42. Damaged 
						landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 3Feb43. 504th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32267 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 21Jul43 
					32128 (MSN 88-9498) 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 20Sep42. 505th 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 
						9Feb43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Moore Field 2Jun43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-43897 near 
						Moore Field 29Sep44. Damaged in a collision on the ground with AT-6D 42-85611 
						at Moore Field 14Nov44. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Moore Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 6Dec44. 315th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Force 
						landed with fuel exhaustion ½ mile east of Vine Grove, KY 9Aug47. Accident Ohio 20Mar49
					32129 (MSN 88-9499)99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 20Sep43. 
						Damaged in an accident on the ground at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Dec43. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 28Dec43. 2539th Base Unit 
						(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Accident taking off from Curtiss Field, 
						Brady, TX 7Jan45. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying two miles NNW of Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, 
						Davenport, TX 1May45. 2619th Base Unit (Bombardier School), Carlsbad Field, NM. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Carlsbad Field 4Jun45  
					32130 (MSN 88-9500) 99th 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 18Aug43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery 
						School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 28Mar45. Squadron B, 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air 
						Defense Command, Marietta Field, GA. Damaged while parked in an accident by 
						AT-6C 41-33002 taxying at Marietta Field 13Oct46
					32131 (MSN 88-9501)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 1Mar44. Accident at Griffiss AFB, 
						Rome, NY 30Jan49, possibly with Stinson NC9206C  
					32132 (MSN 88-9502) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 15Aug42. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary 
						Field #5, TX 13Oct43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 41-34301 taxying at Foster 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 23Mar44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 41-32293 
						taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Jul44. 4131st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve 
						Unit), Air Defense Command, Offutt Field, Omaha, NB. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 42-43896 on the ground at Offutt Field 14Nov46   
					32133 (MSN 88-9503) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 29Mar43. 99th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 8Jul43. Damaged landing at Foster Field 16Jan44. 140th Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Sioux City Field, IA. Fatal crash 
						eight miles north of Elk Point, SD 13May47
					32134 (MSN 88-9504) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 3Aug43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine failure eleven miles north of 
						Moore Field 24Apr44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Accident taking off from Alice Municipal Airport, TX 17Sep45. 154th Fighter Squadron, 
						137th Fighter Group, Arkansas Air National Guard, Adams Field, Little Rock, AR. 
						Damaged landing at Adams Field 24Nov46
					32135 (MSN 88-9505)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 28Jan43. 2533rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 14Apr45. 175th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Crash landed seven miles southeast 
						of Cleveland, TX 13Jul47. 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. 
						Accident at Connally Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 1Sep49 
					32136 (MSN 88-9506) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control three miles northwest 
						of Foster Field 11Sep42 (2KIS).
					32137 (MSN 88-9507)98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 25Aug42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 18Dec42 
					32138 (MSN 88-9508) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15824 at Foster 
						Field, TX 22Aug42. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 22Dec44
					32139 (MSN 88-9509) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged taking off after 
						engine failure from Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 22Dec43. Damaged when the 
						pilot lost control landing at Foster Field 10Apr44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 24May44. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #6, Fordtran, TX 6Oct44. Squadron C, 2532nd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by 
						structural failure at Randolph Field 21Apr45. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field, TX 12Oct45. 
						Squadron C-1, 42nd Base Unit, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a collision on the 
						ground at Maxwell Field 13Sep46. Illinois Air National Guard, Peoria Airport, IL. 
						Accident at Peoria 12May49
					32140 (MSN 88-9510) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at 
						Buckingham Field 23Oct42. Damaged landing at Sanford NAS, FL 26Apr43. 2116th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in mid-air
						collision with AT-6A 41-16839 twelve miles south of Valparaiso, FL 18Jul45. 471st Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC. Damaged 
						landing at Morris Field 28Sep46. 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Marietta Field, GA. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Marietta Field 25Jul47. 
						Accident Texas 14Oct48.
					32141 (MSN 88-9511) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Buckingham Field 10Nov42. 713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Buckingham 
						Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 13Apr44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Accident 
						taking off from Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 21Jun44. Damaged caused by 
						mechanical failure eight miles southwest of Selma 10Nov44. Crash landed with mechanical 
						failure fifteen miles east of Selma 26Jul45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7284. WFU. 
					32142 (MSN 88-9512) 443rd 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-6C 42-44195 three miles west of Spence Field 16Oct43
					32143 (MSN 88-9513) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Spence Field 6Jul43. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 10Sep43 and 5Oct43. 
						Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered 
						by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 
						as 7285. Air Warfare School / Hava Harp Okulu. Crashed after a collision during a training 
						flight with T-6C 7321 [42-44284] at Izmir, Turkey 25Jul57 (1KIS).
					32144 (MSN 88-9514) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying at Spence Field 
						4May43. Damaged caused by mechanical failure at Spence Field 4Jun43. 382nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged 
						when force landed after engine failure two miles north of Spence Auxiliary Field, 
						Sunset, GA 23Dec43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 
						17Jan45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
						Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava 
						Kuvvetleri as 7286. WFU
					32145 (MSN 88-9515) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Moody Auxiliary Field #4, New River, Nashville, GA 9Apr45 
					32146 (MSN 88-9516) 915th School Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola 
						Field, FL. Damaged taxying at Apalachicola Field 6Oct42. Damaged landing at Apalachicola 
						Field 2Nov42. 349th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged taxying at Tyndall Field 18Oct43. 
						Damaged in collision with Lockheed AT-18 Hudson 42-55758 taxying at Tyndall Field 9Dec43.
					32147 (MSN 88-9517) 350th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion after becoming lost on a beach at Port St Joe, FL 20Oct42. Supplied 
						to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy 
						to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7287. WFU
					32148 (MSN 88-9518) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 6Jun45. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 8Jun45. 
						Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered 
						by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7288. WFU
					32149 (MSN 88-9519)73rd Base HQ and Air Base Squadron (Southeast Training Center), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Atlanta Field, GA 2Nov42. 2541st Base Unit, 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Crashed after a mid-air collision over Matagorda Gunnery 
						Range, TX 22Nov44 (2KIS).  
					32150 (MSN 88-9520) Accident Texas 13Oct49. 
					32151 (MSN 88-9521) 443rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Andrews Field, Camp Springs, MD. Damaged by a bird strike at Philips Field, Aberdeen, MD 
						1Mar48. Accident at Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX 2Aug49. Accident Texas 4Nov49
					32152 (MSN 88-9522) Squadron H, 3017th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Hobbs Field, NM. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6D 42-86217 taxying at Lowry 
						Field, Denver, CO 3May45 
				32153/32160 MSN 88-9613/9620    (8)
					All Lend-Lease to Mexico Aug 10, 1942 as P-84/P91, later as EAN710/EAN717
					32153 (MSN 88-9613) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica 
						Militar 10Aug42 as 84. Reserialled EAN-710. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. 
						Written off near Cuernavaca, México Nov47. 
					32154 (MSN 88-9614) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de 
						Aeronáutica Militar 10Aug42 as 85. Reserialled EAN-711. 1/o Escuadrón Aéreo, 
						Veracruz [1943]. 5/o Escuadrón Aéreo, 32 Zona Militar, Cozumel, Quintana Roo [Oct43]. 		
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Escuela Militar de Aviación, Base 
						Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Jalisco [noted 1983]. 
					32155 (MSN 88-9615)Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica 
						Militar 10Aug42 as 86. Reserialled EAN-712. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
						10Feb44. Escuela Militar de Aviación, Base Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, 
						Jalisco [noted Jun75]. 
					32156 (MSN 88-9616) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica 
						Militar 10Aug42 as 87. Reserialled EAN-713. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44
					32157 (MSN 88-9617) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						10Aug42 as 88. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-714. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44
					32158 (MSN 88-9618) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica 
						Militar 10Aug42 as 89. Reserialled EAN-715. 5/o Escuadrón Aéreo, 32 Zona Militar, 
						Cozumel, Quintana Roo [Oct43]. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Crashed 
						into houses at Balbuena, La Estación, México City, México 13Feb50 (1KIS:1INJ). 
					32159 (MSN 88-9619) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						10Aug42 as 90. Reserialled EAN-716. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Crashed 
						2 km from Promontorio, Durango, México 23Sep49 (1KIS)
					32160 (MSN 88-9620) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica 
						Militar 10Aug42 as 91. Reserialled EAN-717. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. 
						Damaged Aug50. Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico, México City. Escuadrón Aéreo 207, Base Aérea de 
						Ixtepec, Oaxaca [noted 1963]. 
						Conflict:
						915th School Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged in collision 
						with parked AT-6A 41-364 when taxying at Apalachicola Field 28Oct42
				32161/32170 MSN 88-9631/9640    (10)
					32162 (MSN 88-9632) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-4063 taxying at Yucca Field, AZ 17Aug43. Advanced 
						Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ; code X-376. 4159th Base Unit, New Orleans 
						Airport, LA. Damaged taxying at New Orleans Airport 27Dec46.
					32163 (MSN 88-9633) 
					32164 (MSN 88-9634)3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Yucca Field, AZ 29Jul44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 14Dec44. 103rd Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Columbia Field, SC. Damaged taxying at Columbia Field 10Nov46 
					32165 (MSN 88-9635) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 28Jan43. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at Kingman Field 24Jun44. 141st Base 
						Unit, Reserve Training, Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL. Damaged in a collision on the 
						ground at Orchard Place Airport 17Apr47
					32166 (MSN 88-9636) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 21Dec42. 345th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 19Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 15Aug43. Squadron C, 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Ajo 
						Field, AZ 8Mar45. Damaged when ground looped at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 
						26Jun45. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 1Sep45. 4204th Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Marietta Field, GA. Fatal crash two 
						miles south of Norcross, GA 8Nov46
					32167 (MSN 88-9637) 11th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Hensley Field, 
						Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Damaged when nosed over taking off from Hensley Field 
						22Aug42. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field 16Oct43. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ajo Field 11Mar44
					32168 (MSN 88-9638) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6B 41-17373 landing at Luke Field 17Nov43. Crashed into the ground at Verde, AZ 29Apr44
					32169 (MSN 88-9639) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Marana Field 15Nov43 
					32170 (MSN 88-9640)332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Luke Field 26Oct43. 438th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Air Defense 
						Command, Reading Municipal Airport, PA. Accident at Reading Municipal Airport, PA 
						25Sep48. 3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion four miles west of 
						Coolidge, TX 18Apr50. Damaged when ground looped landing at Connally AFB 27Jun50  
				32171/32180 MSN 88-9651/9660    (10)
					32171 (MSN 88-9651) 3020th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), 
						La Junta Field, CO. Damaged landing at La Junta Field 27Mar45
					32172 (MSN 88-9652) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6 40-2110 and AT-6A 41-16276 
						when taxying at Foster Field 20Aug42.
					32173 (MSN 88-9653) 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 7Feb43. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 42-44347 at Foster Field 6Oct43 (1KIS
					32174 (MSN 88-9654) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17331 at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 24Jan43 (2KIS).
					32175 (MSN 88-9655) 4131st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Offutt Field, Omaha, NB. Crash landed after engine failure ½ mile south of at 
						Bellevue, NB 29Sep46.  
					32176 (MSN 88-9656Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 6Feb43. 2539th Base Unit 
						(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19Sep44. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6B 41-17147 and AT-6C 41-32286 eight miles northeast of Victoria, AL 24Feb45.)  
					32177 (MSN 88-9657) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-16029 on the runway at Eagle Pass Field 14Jan44. 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor 
						School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Crash landed caused by pilot error at Waco Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 14Apr45. Damaged landing at Waco Field 30May45
					32178 (MSN 88-9658) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 10Sep42 (1KIS).
					32179 (MSN 88-9659) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 1Jul43. Crashed and destroyed by fire after the pilot bailed out 
						thirteen miles north of Foster Field 27Feb44
					32180 (MSN 88-9660) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
						Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 5Jul43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-43869 
						during take-off at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 8Sep43. Supplied to Turkish 
						Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to 
						Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7289. 
						Air Education Command / Hava ENoitim KomutanlNoNoNo. Crashed north of Marmara Gölü, 
						near Salihli, Manisa, Turkey 2Jun58 (1KIS). 
				32181/32190 MSN 88-9671/9680    (10)
					32181 (MSN 88-9671) 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort 
						Myers, FL. Substantially damaged when crashed after engine failure on a beach at 
						Fort Myers 29Jul43
					32182 (MSN 88-9672)124th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 75th Tactical 
						Reconnaissance Group, Key Field, Meridian, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Key Field 3Sep43 and 10Dec43. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training 
						Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16115 during formation flying practice at Port Isabel, TX 13Sep44   
					32183 (MSN 88-9673) Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7290. WFU
					32184 (MSN 88-9674) Squadron C, 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore 
						Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 13May45
					32185 (MSN 88-9675) 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Crash landed in bad weather at Camden, MS 4Jan44. 315th Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. 
						Damaged taxying in bad weather at Standiford Field, Louisville, KY 1Feb47.
					32186 (MSN 88-9676) 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when 
						force landed with fuel exhaustion at Columbiana, AL 23Feb43. 331st Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. Fatal 
						crash six miles northwest of Columbus, IN 10Jul48
					32187 (MSN 88-9677) 29th Flying Training Wing, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Napier Field 15Jan43. 54th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-44107 when
						taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 10Oct43. Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed 
						target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 13Nov43. Squadron C-3, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion 
						eight miles west of Rutherfordton, NC 9Nov44. Crash landed at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, 
						Ozark, AL 27Mar45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine 
						of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7291. WFU
					32188 (MSN 88-9678) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed 
						after engine failure at Napier Field 18Sep42. 708th School Squadron (Pilot School, 
						Advanced Two Engine), George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged landing at Evansville 
						Municipal Airport, IN 10Dec42. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Atmore CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 26Apr43
					32189 (MSN 88-9679) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 13Sep43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crashed after take-off when the engine failed at Napier Field 7Jun44
					32190 (MSN 88-9680) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Accident landing at Napier Field 19Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 18Jun43. Supplied to Turkish 
						Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to 
						Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug 2, 1948.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7292. WFU
				32191/32200 MSN 88-9691/9700    (10)
					32191 (MSN 88-9691) 331st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground 
						looped taking off from Luke Field 1Mar43. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Ajo Field 5Dec44. Squadron C, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Mid-air collision when low flying at Ajo Field 26Sep45
					32192 (MSN 88-9692) 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6A 41-16113 when taxying 
						at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field #2, Gila Bend, AZ 1Jun44
					32193 (MSN 88-9693) 4th Ferrying Group, Ferrying Command, Berry Field, Nashville, TN. 
						Substantially damaged in a collision with Vultee A-31 Vengeance AF916 taxying at 
						Berry Field 10Sep42. 544th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out in bad weather at Luke Field 23Sep43
					32194 (MSN 88-9694) 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 2Jul43. 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 
						18Jul44. 4131st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Offutt Field, 
						Omaha, NB. Fatal crash two miles east of Doniphan, NB 18Jun47
					32195 (MSN 88-9695) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed at Luke Field 3Apr43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-44039 
						thirty-three miles SSW of Kingman Field 17Aug43. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Force landed after engine failure on Highway 127, thirteen miles north 
						of Shoshone, CA 28May44. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Kingman 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Lake Havasu, AZ 23Jul44
					32196 (MSN 88-9696) 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 12Feb44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field 20Jan45. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision at Ajo Field 18May45. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Ajo Field 20Jun45
					32197 (MSN 88-9697)949th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion ¾ mile north of Luke Field 22Apr43. 3026th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Merced 
						Field 1May45. Damaged landing at Merced Field 18May45. Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14469 
					32198 (MSN 88-9698) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 3Jan43. 949th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 19Feb43. 
						755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Force landed after engine failure at 
						Marana Field 27Nov43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell Field, NM 20Oct44. 
						3036th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Yuma Field 24Jul45  
					32199 (MSN 88-9699) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Luke Field 18Mar43. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 2May43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman 
						Field, AZ. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Kingman Field 29Jul43. 755th Basic 
						Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Marana Field 3Mar44. 4160th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Hobbs Field, NM. 
						Crashed when the two crew bailed out after engine failure 7.5 miles west of Seagraves, TX 3Dec45
					32200 (MSN 88-9700) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident taxying when AT-6D 42-44732 nosed over taxying 
						at Luke Field 4Oct45. 419th Base Unit, Strategic Air Command, Davis-Monthan Field, 
						Tucson, AZ. Damaged caused by mechanical failure twenty miles southwest of Tucson 
						8Oct47. 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Accident at 
						Connally Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 28Jul49  
				32201/32210 MSN 88-9711/9720    (10)
					32201 (MSN 88-9711) 5th Ferrying Group, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Hensley Field 14Sep42. 97th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying during maintenance at Foster Field 3Mar43. 2539th 
						Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Accident Texas 10Nov44. 
						Damaged in an accident when AT-6D 42-85453 nosed over at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 22May45. 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Marietta Field, GA. Damaged taxying at Marietta AFB 11May48. Supplied to Turkish 
						Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, 
						Turkey; arrived Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7293. WFU
					32202 (MSN 88-9712) 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Accident 
						landing at DuPont Airport, Wilmington, DE 27Aug42. 514th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident 
						with AT-6C 41-32312 and 41-32755 when this plane nosed over at Foster Field 28Dec42. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Accident taking off from 
						Big Spring Field, TX 23Aug45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7294. WFU
					32203 (MSN 88-9713) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 27Mar43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						TTMS, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-49029 taxying at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 15Jun43. Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 19Apr44. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 11Mar45. 
						2510th Base Unit, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash ten miles southeast of 
						Elmendorf, TX 30May45 (2KIS). 
					32204 (MSN 88-9714) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Field 1Jul43. 
						Substantially damaged caused by mechanical failure at Foster Field 12Aug43. 99th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after 
						engine failure at Halletsville, TX 30Sep43. Squadron C, 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Nursery, TX 15Feb45. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Jun45
					32205 (MSN 88-9715) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed after mechanical failure when the pilot bailed out four 
						miles northwest of Bloomington, TX 25Sep42 
					32206 (MSN 88-9716) 512th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 24Nov42. 471st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Morris Field, Charlotte, NC. Damaged in a mid-air collision five miles southeast of 
						Charlotte 6Nov46. 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Marietta Field, GA. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA 
						17Feb48 
					32207 (MSN 88-9717) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird 
						strike at Foster Field 17Aug43. Accident at Offutt AFB, Omaha, NB 30Jul49  
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14401
					32208 (MSN 88-9718) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 20Jan43. Damaged in an accident involving AT-6A 41-16386 
						on the ground at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 6Feb43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Apr43. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32826 while taxying at Aloe Field 21Apr43. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged 
						landing at Aloe Field 26Apr45. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Aloe Field 10Jul45. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision near Floresville, TX 5Sep45, possibly with AT-6D 42-85263  
					32209 (MSN 88-9719) 515th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced Flying School),
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32270 taxying at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 23Nov42. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged by fire taxying at Foster Auxiliary Field, Port O'Connor, TX 28Mar45. 
						Eastern Air Defense Force, McGhee Tyson Municipal Airport, Knoxville, TN. Accident at 
						McGhee Tyson Municipal Airport 27Apr49  
					32210 (MSN 88-9720) 512th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-504 when taxying at 
						Foster Field 26Aug42. 433rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32576 taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, 
						Fannin, TX 25Oct43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						4Feb44. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Aloe Field 6Mar44. Crash landed with 
						fuel exhaustion at Mount Enterprise, TX 23Apr44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged when nosed over taxying
						 at Aloe Auxiliary Field #9, Mission Valley, TX 14Jul44 
				32211/32217 MSN 88-9731/9737    (7)
					32211 (MSN 88-9731) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed after the pilot lost control 
						ten miles southeast of Spence Field 10Sep43.
					32212 (MSN 88-9732) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed into the ground at Spence 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 14Mar43
					32213 (MSN 88-9733) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 31Jan43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Field 
						19Jul43. Damaged landing at Quitman, GA 16Oct43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Spence Field 30Nov43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6B 41-17289 on the ground at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 
						3Jan45. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 29Mar45. 612th Base Unit 
						(Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Accident after taking off eight miles 
						northwest of Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 10Apr45
					32214 (MSN 88-9734) 443rd School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying 
						at Spence Field 18Sep42. 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
						five miles northeast of Spence Field 11Nov42 (1KIS)
					32215 (MSN 88-9735) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 20Apr45
					32216 (MSN 88-9736)2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal 
						Airport, GA 16Apr45. Damaged caused by mechanical failure and fire at Spence Field 
						27Jul45. 406th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, McChord Field, 
						Tacoma, WA. Damaged taxying at McChord Field 22Oct47.  
					32217 (MSN 88-9737) Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7295. WFU
				32218/32252 MSN 88-9878/9912    (35)
					32218 (MSN 88-9878) Bailed to Noorduyn, Canada to support the production of licence 
						built AT-16. 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 28Nov42. Headquarters & Headquarters 
						Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
						taxying when the pilot of Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 42-105377 lost control landing at
						 Craig Field 13Dec43. 406th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. Damaged while taxying in an accident with AT-6C 42-32578 
						landing at McChord Field 17Jun47
					32219 (MSN 88-9879) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 17Sep43. 
						3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Wrecked when 
						nosed over landing at Las Vegas Field 5Sep44
					32220 (MSN 88-9880) 346th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 13Jul43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, 
						Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 12Mar45
					32221 (MSN 88-9881) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Crashed into the ground 45 miles northwest of Trinidad, CO 10Nov42
					32222 (MSN 88-9882) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Marana Field 5Dec43
					32223 (MSN 88-9883) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Force landed with fuel exhaustion two 
						miles east of Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 9Aug43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Ajo Field 17Jan44
					32224 (MSN 88-9884)948th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 16Apr43. 
						468th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Memphis Municipal 
						Airport, TN. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32879 on the ground at Memphis 
						Municipal Airport 3Mar48  
					32225 (MSN 88-9885) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 7Sep42. 3024th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Force landed after engine failure on the dry 
						lake at Giant Rock, twenty-five miles NNW of Twenty-Nine Palms, CA 27Oct44. Damaged 
						landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 3May45  
					32226 (MSN 88-9886) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 2Apr43 and 13May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 27May43. Substantially damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 42-48995 taxying at Luke Field 9Jul43. Severely damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 42-3909 landing at Luke Field 28Sep43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 16Dec43. Squadron C, 3028th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Field 9Jan45. Damaged taxying at Salome CAA Intermediate Landing 
						Field, AZ 6Sep45. 137th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Wold-Chamberlain Field, Minneapolis, MN. Damaged landing at Wold-Chamberlain 
						Field 27Mar47. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 16Dec49
					32227 (MSN 88-9887) 140th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Sioux City Field, IA. Force landed with mechanical failure three miles east of 
						Woodbury, IA 8Jun47. 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San 
						Antonio, TX. Accident five miles west of Randolph AFB 5Oct49
					32228 (MSN 88-9888) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 6Oct42. Fatal crash after 
						the pilot lost control at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 25Jan43 (1KIS). 
					32229 (MSN 88-9889) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident 
						during maintenance at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 7Apr43. 99th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing 
						at Foster Field 1Jun43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 5Jul43. 
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 10Oct43 (1KIS).
					32230 (MSN 88-9890) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with 
						Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 43-24259 taxying at Aloe Field 2May44. Squadron C, 2543rd 
						Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged while parked in an 
						accident by Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-22717 taxying at Waco Field 7Dec44.
					32231 (MSN 88-9891) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 29Oct43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field 21Dec43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird strike over Nada, TX 10Nov44. 415th Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton Field, Novato, CA. Crash landed 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32686 four miles northwest of Sonoma, CA 
						3Apr47. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-44331 on the ground at Hamilton Field 14Jan48
					32232 (MSN 88-9892) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Foster 
						Field 23Dec42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 25Aug43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 6Jan44 and 3Apr44.
					32233 (MSN 88-9893) 829th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32445 landing at Eagle Pass Field 27Nov42. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 22Feb43. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 16May43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Substantially damaged taking off from Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 7Jul43.
						Squadron C, 2510th Base Unit, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Brooks Field, TX 27May45. 4101st Base Unit (Reserve Training), Fairfax Field, Kansas 
						City, KS. Fatal crash eight miles southeast of Fairfax Field 21Apr47
					32234 (MSN 88-9894) 48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32269 at Foster Field 5Nov42. 65th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 22Dec42. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6C 42-4145 
						when taxying at Brooks Field 30Jul43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-513 taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 26Sep43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field 6Mar44
					32235 (MSN 88-9895) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 5Mar43. Force landed after engine failure at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 26Apr43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32570 and ground looped 
						landing at Aloe Field 6Jul43. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged when ground looped at Aloe 
						Field 6Aug45. Crash landed and destroyed two miles north of Raisin, TX 9Aug45 
					32236 (MSN 88-9896) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 17May44. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 
						13Jun44. 114th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Newark Field, NJ. Damaged landing at 
						Newark Field 31Mar47. Accident Texas 2Dec48.  
					32237 (MSN 88-9897) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 21Jan43. Squadron C, 2538th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 25Jul44. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 4Oct44. Damaged 
						in accident with AT-6D 42-85553 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 3Dec44. 
						Accident Alabama 8May49  
					32238 (MSN 88-9898) 346th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-4060 
						taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 8Jul43. 403rd Base Unit, Fourth Air Force, 
						Portland Airport, OR. Damaged by mechanical failure 4.5 miles northeast of Portland 
						Airport, OR 8Feb47. Accident Portland AFB 13Oct49
					32239 (MSN 88-9899) Flexible Gunnery School, 2117th Base Unit, Buckingham Field, FL; 
						code FM 204. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged after mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 8Mar44
					32240 (MSN 88-9900) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32455 at Buckingham Field 6Sep43. Flexible Gunnery School, 
						2117th Base Unit, Buckingham Field, FL; code FM 205. 470th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Orlando AAB, FL. Damaged landing at Orlando AAB 12Dec46
					32241 (MSN 88-9901) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 15Feb44
					32242 (MSN 88-9902) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL.
						Damaged in a collision by AT-6C 42-44166 taxying at Gunter Field 10Jul45. Damaged 
						caused by mechanical failure and fire four miles northeast of Montgomery 28Aug45
					32243 (MSN 88-9903) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Ground looped taking off from Napier Field 5Oct43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 8Jun44  
					32244 (MSN 88-9904) 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Accident when force landed and involved in a collision at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field, AL 12Feb43. 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 22Sep43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, 
						Sherman, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Perrin Field 19Jun45. 
						4163rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal 
						Airport, OH. Accident at Cleveland Municipal Airport 12Jun49
					32245 (MSN 88-9905) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL.
						Fatal crash at Napier Auxiliary Field #5, Hyman Field, Columbia, AL 4Mar43
					32246 (MSN 88-9906) 713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Robins Field, Warner Robins, GA 6Nov42. 714th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Naples Field, FL. Damaged taxying at Naples Field 17Apr44
					32247 (MSN 88-9907)713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Buckingham Field 10Dec42. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Municipal Auxiliary Field, 
						Dothan, AL 9Apr45. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6C 42-48857 taxying at
						Napier Field 4Sep45  
					32248 (MSN 88-9908) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6B 41-17319 taxying at Marianna Field 4Mar43. 431st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision on the ground with 
						AT-6C 42-48926 at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport 11Jan44. 
						415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton Field, Novato, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Hamilton Field 27Oct46. Damaged in a collision near Hamilton Field 31Dec46
					32249 (MSN 88-9909)5th Ferrying Group, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 4Sep42. 441st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Crash landed with mechanical failure at Cochran Field, Macon, GA 13Apr43. 2133rd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 4Jan45. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after mid-air collision with a 
						towed target at Eglin Field Gunnery Range, Valparaiso, FL 12Jul45  
					32250 (MSN 88-9910) Flexible Gunnery Training School, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Fatal crash deep in the Big Cypress swamp, ten miles north of the Tamiami Trail and eight 
						miles from Buckingham, FL 2Aug43 (1KIS). The aircraft was travelling at speed and tore a 
						path at about a 45 degree angle from the tops of the trees to the ground for an distance of 
						300 yards. The aircraft disintegrated and the engine was found 70 yards beyond the main 
						section of fuselage. During an earlier flight that day, a passenger reported that the pilot 
						had made a steep dive during the flight which exceeded the red line on the airspeed indicator.
					32251 (MSN 88-9911)441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crash landed after engine failure five miles 
						north of Spence Field 10Sep43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 4Jun44. Force landed 
						after engine failure five miles southeast of Moultrie 24Jan45. Damaged landing at Spence 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 6Apr45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Perrin Field 20May45  
					32252 (MSN 88-9912) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 31Aug43 and 30Dec43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Spence Field 6Mar45. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged taxying at Lincoln Field 13Nov45
				32253/32287 MSN 88-9923/9957    (35)
					32253 (MSN 88-9923) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Marana Field 30Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Douglas Field, AZ 
						30Dec44. 3014th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Douglas Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Douglas Field 28Jan45. 248th Base Unit, 
						Strategic Air Command, Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Davis-Monthan Field 11Jul46. 3525th Maintenance & Supply Group, Williams AFB, Mesa, AZ. 
						Accident fifteen miles west of Williams AFB 13May49
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14447
					32254 (MSN 88-9924) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-43996 
						taxying at Luke Field 3Aug43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 
						23Sep43 and 23Oct43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field 2Oct45. Damaged landing at Garden
						 City Field, Pierceville, KS 30Oct45 
					32255 (MSN 88-9925) 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32855 on the ground at Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 28May44. 3026th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Field 22Jun45. 
						137th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Wold-Chamberlain Field, 
						Minneapolis, MN. Damaged landing in bad weather at Wold-Chamberlain Field 13Dec48 
					32256 (MSN 88-9926) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target over Ajo Gunnery 
						Range #1, AZ 17Jun44
					32257 (MSN 88-9927)1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Crash landed at Kingman Field 12Jun43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 22Nov43 
					32258 (MSN 88-9928) 113th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
						Long Island, NY. Fatal crash into the sea five miles SSE of Bay Shore, Islip, Long Island, NY 9Jun47. 
					32259 (MSN 88-9929) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed after engine failure six 
						miles east of Maricopa, AZ 7Mar44. 3027th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two 
						Engine), Pecos Field, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Pecos Auxiliary Field #5, Crystal, TX 5Aug44. Damaged landing at Pecos Field 21Apr45. 
						3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, 
						Waco, TX. Damaged landing at Connally AFB 20Mar50
					32260 (MSN 88-9930) Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Accident with AT-6A 41-16295 taking off from March Field, Riverside, CA 1Jan43. 
						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 9Jul43. 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Luke Auxiliary Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 7Aug43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ernest A. 
						Love Airport, Prescott, AZ 26Oct43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed after engine failure at Luke Field 3Feb45. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Truax Field, Madison, WI 17Apr45. 3508th Base 
						Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. Damaged taxying at Truax Field 7Jun45
					32261 (MSN 88-9931) 949th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged taxying when AT-6C 41-32119 ground looped landing at Luke Field 12Mar43. 
						3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 7Jul44. 4163rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve 
						Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal Airport, OH. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Youngstown Airport, OH 1Feb47
					32262 (MSN 88-9932) Accident Arizona 31May44. Crashed after the pilot bailed 
						out at Guasave, Sinaloa, México 5Aug44.
					32263 (MSN 88-9933) 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Gila 
						Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary 
						Field Range #3, AZ 22Jul44. Squadron C, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident with parked 
						AT-6A 41-16756 while taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 1Aug45 
					32264 (MSN 88-9934) 492nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field, AZ.  Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 1Mar44. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17226 
						twenty-three miles ESE of Gila Bend 23Mar44
					32265 (MSN 88-9935) 484th School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing 
						at Galveston Field, TX 6Dec42. 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 1Mar43. 
						98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal accident at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 22Apr43. 
						62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged 
						taxying in an accident with AT-6B 41-17101 landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19May43.
					32266 (MSN 88-9936) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure and nosed over at Gatesville, TX 
						28Oct42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 26Feb43. Crash landed 
						at Foster Field 5Mar43. Damaged landing at Foster Field 27Mar43. 99th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						Lockheed UC-36A Electra 42-38344 at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 23Jan44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when 
						nosed over in an accident with AT-6C 41-32290 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 19Jun44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Nursery, TX 5Jul44. 177th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged by structural failure 35 miles northeast of 
						Oklahoma City 8Jun47
					32267 (MSN 88-9937)99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32127 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 21Jul43. 98th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6D 42-44465 taxying at Foster Field 19Aug43  
					32268 (MSN 88-9938) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 27Mar43. 504th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Moore Field 6Aug43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32714 l
						anding at Moore Field 1Oct43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Landed with fuel exhaustion and ground looped at Moore Field 26Mar45
					32269 (MSN 88-9939) 48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32234 at Foster Field 5Nov42. Advanced Flying School (Single 
						Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal accident in a collision with AT-6C 41-32359 
						landing at Foster Field 11Dec42 (1KIS). 
					32270 (MSN 88-9940) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32209 
						taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Nov42. Damaged landing at Houston Municipal 
						Airport, TX 18Dec43. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15924 taxying at Foster Field 
						8Jan44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Accident 
						taking off from Navasota CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 16Jul44. 443rd Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Andrews Field, Camp Springs, MD. 
						Accident taking off from Andrews Field 24Aug46. 
					32271 (MSN 88-9941) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 3Dec42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 12Feb43. 826th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when the landing 
						gear collapsed landing at Hondo Field, TX 2Jul43. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 41-34234 
						taxying at Eagle Pass Field 11Jan44. Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 20Dec44.  
					32272 (MSN 88-9942) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17329 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 
						22Aug43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially 
						damaged landing short of the runway at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, 
						Sullivan City, TX 17Oct44. Accident at Saspamco, TX 2Aug49.
					32273 (MSN 88-9943) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Henley, TX 11Sep42. 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 
						7Nov42. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged 
						when force landed after engine failure at Bryan Field 13Aug44
					32274 (MSN 88-9944) 515th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32289 and 41-32452 
						seven miles south of Foster Field 6Nov42
					32275 (MSN 88-9945) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17103 
						taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 11May43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 2Jun43. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with a towed target at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 16Jun43. 2529th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after 
						engine failure forty miles northwest of Moore Field 13Jun44
					32276 (MSN 88-9946) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field 15Sep43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Fatal crash landing after engine failure 4.5 miles 
						northwest of Pottsboro, TX 21Mar45 (1KIS).
					32277 (MSN 88-9947) 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Crash landed with mechanical failure three miles north of Greenwood, NB 18Jul45
					32278 (MSN 88-9948) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
						twenty miles southwest of Craig Field 26Feb44 (1KIS).
					32279 (MSN 88-9949) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Jan45
					32280 (MSN 88-9950)415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton 
						Field, Novato, CA. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48988 ½ mile 
						west of Vallejo, CA 18Feb48 
					32281 (MSN 88-9951)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 21Jan43. 430th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Napier Field 5Jan44, 
						possibly in collision with AT-6C 42-43935. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Benoit Field, Headland, AL 24Jan45. Damaged landing at Napier Field 4Jun45
					32282 (MSN 88-9952) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44657 ten miles NNW 
						of Napier Field, AL 17Nov43 (1KIS). 
					32283 (MSN 88-9953) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Accident landing at Napier Field 27Mar43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 24Apr43. 2539th 
						Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed 
						over taxying at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 9Jun44
					32284 (MSN 88-9954) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Spence Field 2May43. Wrecked when crash landed at Fitzgerald, GA 11Aug43
					32285 (MSN 88-9955) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed and destroyed 
						after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17195 at Range #34 of Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 22Mar43 (1KIS).
					32286 (MSN 88-9956) 717th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32466 four miles north of Naples, FL 21Jun43. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6A 41-735 taxying at Buckingham Field 27Jul43. 2116th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crash landed with mechanical failure at Napier Field 14Feb45. Damaged after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32176 and AT-6B 41-17147 eight miles northeast 
						of Victoria, AL 24Feb45
					32287 (MSN 88-9957) American Republics Project to Uruguay Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.  
						To Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica Militar Uruguaya 9Sep47 as 345. Escuela Militar 
						de Aeronaútica, Pando, Canelones, Montevideo [Apr48]; reserialled as E-345. 
						Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 4Dec53. Crash landed at Pando 25Feb55. SOC 13May57
				32288/32327 MSN 88-9968/10007   (40)
					32288 (MSN 88-9968) 829th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 12Mar43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 17Apr43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 10Feb44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 25Aug44. Accident at Adams Field, 
						Little Rock Municipal Airport, AR 15Apr49.
					32289 (MSN 88-9969) 515th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced 
						Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32274 and 41-32452 seven miles 
						south of Foster Field 6Nov42
					32290 (MSN 88-9970) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Field 
						27May43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-44331 two miles 
						east of Inez, TX 13Oct43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over in an accident with AT-6C 
						41-32266 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19Jun44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Nursery, TX 21Oct44. Damaged when ground looped at Foster Field 6Sep45.		
					32291 (MSN 88-9971) 315th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Damaged when ground looped at 
						Godman Field 4Aug47.
					32292 (MSN 88-9972) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6B 41-17137 when 
						nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Sep42. 99th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-17121 when 
						nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 23Nov42. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6D 42-44529 taxying at Foster Field 6Dec43. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6C 42-44345 taxying at Foster Field 31Mar44.
					32293 (MSN 88-9973) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after engine 
						failure ten miles east of Foster Field 8Jun43. Crash landed after engine failure 	
						ten miles southeast of Foster Field 19Mar44. Damaged in an accident with 
						parked AT-6C 41-32132 when taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Jul44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX.
					32294 (MSN 88-9974) United States Military Academy, West Point, Stewart Field, 
						Newburgh, NY 11Sep42. 659th School Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 41-33004 at Stewart Field 19Nov43. 
						Damaged landing at Stewart Field 16Dec43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field, Eaker 
						Municipal Airport, Durant, OK 23Jul45. 44th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 22Jan47.
					32295 (MSN 88-9975) 570th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after engine failure 
						at Stewart Field 6Apr43.
					32296 (MSM 88-9976) 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Stewart Field 14Dec43. 
						Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph Field 25Aug45. 169th Fighter Squadron, 
						66th Fighter Group, Illinois Air National Guard, Peoria Airport, IL. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion six miles west of Brook, IN 28Sep47.  Rebuilt as T-6G 49-3139
					32297 (MSN 88-9977) 657th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stewart Field 18May43. 659th School Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 6Dec43. 2002nd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 7Jun44. 2532nd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure at Randolph Field 19Sep45. 
					32298 (MSN 88-9978) 657th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart 
						Field, Newburgh, NY. Crash landed after engine failure at Stewart Field 22May43. 
						659th School Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Stewart Field 17Jan44. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stewart Auxiliary Field #2, Wallkill, NY 20Apr44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by engine 
						and mechanical failure at Randolph Field 3Oct44. 
					32299 (MSN 88-9979)  Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph Field 28Mar45. 
						Damaged taxying at Randolph Field 28Jul45. 
				32300 (MSN 88-9980) 570th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, 
					Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 25Aug43. 
					659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
					Damaged when nosed over taxying at Stewart Field 15Nov43. 2002nd Base Unit 
					(Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Stewart Field 28Aug44. 3510th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th 
					Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying 
					after engine failure at Randolph AFB 15Feb50. 
					32301	(MSN 88-9981) 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, 
						Newburgh, NY. Damaged by structural failure at Stewart Field 2Oct42. 570th School 
						Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Stewart Field 13Sep43. 659th School Squadron, West Point 
						Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Stewart Field 17Nov43
					32302 (MSN 88-9982) 5th Ferrying Group, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 12Sep42. 570th School 
						Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Stewart Field 12Aug43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in an accident in 
						the hangar at Randolph Field 23Oct44. 444th Base Unit, Air Force Reserve, Greater 
						Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. Damaged in accident with AT-6C 42-4012 
						and AT-6D 44-81549 at Johnstown Airport, PA 12Oct47. 
					32303 (MSN 88-9983) Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, 
						Davenport, TX 11Sep45
					32304 (MSN 88-9984) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 9Mar43. Damaged
						taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 17Apr43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 20Jul43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 27Apr45. 
						Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, Bexar County Airport, San Antonio, TX 14Sep49  
					32305 (MSN 88-9985) 77th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 77th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 24Jun43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Laredo Field 14Oct43. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-181 at Eagle Pass Field, TX 22Nov43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 14Mar44. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 26Jul44. 
						4163rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal 
						Airport, OH. Damaged landing at Cleveland Municipal Airport 1Dec46. Fatal crash seven 
						miles southwest of Cleveland, OH 26Nov47
					32306 (MSN 88-9986) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when crashed 
						taking off from Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 14Apr43. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 23Apr43. Squadron C, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out fourteen miles south of Huntsville, 
						TX 20May44
					32307 (MSN 88-9987) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. 
						Damaged landing at Lake Charles Field 24Nov42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Lake Charles Auxiliary Field, Gillis, LA 2Jan43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Gaskin, TX 5Apr45. Damaged when ground looped at Perrin Field 4May45. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident involving AT-6D 44-81368, 44-81441, 44-81459 and 44-81465 
						at Perrin Field 23Jun45. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Perrin Field 6Aug45. 
						308th Base Unit, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 10Sep47. 
					32308 (MSN 88-9988) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-48779 when 
						landing at Avenger Field 18Apr44. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), 
						Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Goodfellow Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Broome, TX 15Aug44. 138th Base Unit, Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when 
						parked in an accident with AT-6C 41-32465 at Lowry Field 26Apr47. 
					32309 (MSN 88-9989) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 29Nov42. 
						75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion ½ mile northwest of Ellington Field 8Mar43. 318th Flying Training 
						Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. 
						Damaged when landing with mechanical failure at Avenger Field 5Oct43. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6D 42-44456 when landing at Jackson Field, MS 28Jan44. 2509th 
						Base Unit (Bombardier School), Big Spring Field, TX. Crash landed at Big Spring Field 5Feb45
					32310 (MSN 88-9990) 482nd 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 41-16222 twelve miles west of Aloe Field 18Jun43
					32311 (MSN 88-9991) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Foster Field 11Jun43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 24Jul44. 2537th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged in an accident with parked 
						AT-6A 41-16338 when taxying at Perrin Field 16Apr45. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 42-48974 at Perrin Field 8Jun45. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Perrin Field 20Jun45. 415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton Field, 
						Novato, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Hamilton Field 9Nov46. Accident Texas 20Oct49
					32312 (MSN 88-9992) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 41-324 caused by mechanical 
						failure at Foster Field 12Oct42. 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 
						16Dec42. Damaged in an accident when AT-6C 41-32202 nosed over at Foster Field 28Dec42. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Foster Field 20May43. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Perrin Auxiliary Field #5, Gainesville, TX 21Jul45. Damaged caused by mechanical 
						failure and fire at Perrin Field 31Aug45. 406th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. Damaged landing at McChord Field 11May47.
					32313 (MSN 88-9993) Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. 
						Damaged by structural failure sixteen miles northeast of Waco 31Dec44. Damaged when 
						nosed over taxying at Waco Auxiliary Field #3, Cartwright, Itasca, TX 6Jun45. 475th Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Thermal Field, CA. Damaged taking off from 
						Santa Rosa Field 6Nov45. 460th Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Hamilton Field, 
						Novato, CA. Damaged landing in bad weather two miles west of Columbia, CA 5Apr46. 
						Accident three miles northeast of Long Beach, California 5Mar49.
					32314 (MSN 88-9994) Southeast Air Corps Training Center, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL 
						13Sep42. 707th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), George Field, 
						Lawrenceville, IL. Substantially damaged in a collision with Beech AT-10BH Wichita 41-26299 
						landing at George Field 28Oct42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 19Feb43. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16325 landing at 
						Napier Field 11Sep43. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-482 eight miles west 
						of Napier Field 23Feb44. 415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton Field, 
						Novato, CA. Damaged landing at Hamilton Field 28Jun47.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14432
					32315 (MSN 88-9995) 705th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						30th Two Engine Flying Training Group, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Substantially 
						damaged in an accident with AT-6B 41-17403 and AT-6C 41-32381 while taxying at 
						George Field 25Nov42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan 
						Municipal Airport, AL 23Feb44
					32316 (MSN 88-9996) 706th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), 
						George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at 
						George Field 20Nov42. 612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field,
						Valparaiso, FL. Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16037 and the 
						pilot bailed out two miles west of Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 13Apr44
					32317 (MSN 88-9997) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 18Sep43. 2138th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-750 at Craig Field 7Jul44. Fatal crash after the pilot 
						lost control one mile north of Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 23Sep44
					32318 (MSN 88-9998) 713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged by fire at Buckingham 
						Field 4Apr44. 2144th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Moody Field, 
						Valdosta, GA. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Spence Field, Moultrie, GA 
						26Mar45. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 21May45.
					32319 (MSN 88-9999) 331st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. Damaged landing at Stout Field 14Oct46. Accident at 
						Stout Field 19Mar49. 3511th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and 
						Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 28Mar50.
					32320 (MSN 88-10000) Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Napier Field 10Aug45
					32321 (MSN 88-10001) 713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially damaged 
						landing at Buckingham Field 21Feb43. 717th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 10Feb44. 2539th Base Unit 
						(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident at 
						Foster Field 21Dec44.
					32322 (MSN 88-10002) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 24Jul44. Damaged taking off with 
						mechanical failure at Napier Field 14Nov44. 1040th Base Unit (Redistribution 
						Station #4), Santa Ana AAB, CA. Damaged landing in bad weather at Orange County 
						Airport, CA 4Feb46.
					32323 (MSN 88-10003) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, 
						Valparaiso, FL 20Jun45. 415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton
						Field, Novato, CA. Collided with the ground when low flying eight miles northwest of 
						Walnut Creek, CA 21May47. Damaged taxying at Hamilton Field 27Aug47.
					32324 (MSN 88-10004) 714th School Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-362 
						when taxying at Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL 25Sep42. 2133rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 7Dec44. 
					32325 (MSN 88-10005)
					32326 (MSN 88-10006) 432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 4Jun43. Squadron C, 2116th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						in collision with AT-6A 41-16934 on the ground at Napier Field 22Dec44. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 24Jan45. Damaged landing at Napier Field 7Mar45. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 10May45
					32327 (MSN 88-10007) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16570 and the pilot bailed out eight miles 
						northwest of Napier Field 30Sep42
				32328/32367 MSN 88-10018/10057 (40)
					32328 (MSN 88-10018) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged by structural failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, 
						FL 24May43. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Gunter Field 7May45. Accident at Palwaukee Airport, Illinois 
						10Nov48.
					32329 (MSN 88-10019) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 18Sep43. 416th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Training Center), Air Defense Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Long Beach Field 26Sep46. 
						Damaged taxying at Long Beach Field 12Dec46 and 4Jan47.
					32330 (MSN 88-10020) 429th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed target at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 25Oct43. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 
						18Jan45. Damaged by fire in an accident at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 28Jul45. 
					32331 (MSN 88-10021) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 15Nov42. 429th Single Engine Flying Training S
						Sqquadron. Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 25Aug43. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #5, Hyman Field, Columbia, AL 
						11Jan44. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Napier Field 17Apr44. 2116th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 2Jan45. 
					32332 (MSN 88-10022) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Napier Field 19Oct42. Accident at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK 24May49. 3567th 
						Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped taking off from McGregor Municipal Airport, TX 20Jun50
					32333 (MSN 88-10023) 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Force landed three miles southeast of Napier Field 8Jul43. Fatal crash 
						after the pilot lost control five miles east of Ozark, AL 22Feb44 (1KIS)
					32334 (MSN 88-10024)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-15838 landing at Napier Field 6Apr43. 594th 
						Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Topeka Field, KS. Damaged in collision with 
						parked AT-6C 41-32492 when taxying at Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 1Jul46  
					32335 (MSN 88-10025) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with a towed target at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 23Mar43. Accident taking off and destroyed at Marianna 
						Field 7Jun43
					32336 (MSN 88-10026) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged by 
						structural failure near Spence Field 5Jan44.
					32337 (MSN 88-10027) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-4006 four miles ESE of Spence 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 6Nov44. Damaged landing at Spence Field 4Dec44
					32338 (MSN 88-10028) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Spence Field 2May43. Crashed and destroyed taking off from 
						Alma CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 3Sep43
					32339 (MSN 88-10029) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Accident at Marianna Field 1Feb43. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 15Jul44. 2116th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident 
						involving AT-6D 42-44723 with ‘friendly fire’ one mile east of Fort Walton, FL 17May45. 
						American Republics Program, Caribbean Defense Command, Maracay, Aragua, 
						Venezuela [May46].   To Venezuelan Air Force / Servicio de Aeronáutica 28Aug47. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Venezolana 10Oct47
					32340 (MSN 88-10030) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Spence Field 26May43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 22Aug44. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion 3.5 miles southeast of Fruithurst, AL 19Apr45. Damaged when nosed 
						over in an accident at Spence Field 27Sep45. 331st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Stout AFB, Indianapolis, IN. Damaged landing at Stout AFB 23Apr48.
					32341 (MSN 88-10031) 
					32342 (MSN 88-10032)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32487 
						two miles southwest of Hahira, GA 14Jan43
					32343 (MSN 88-10033) 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Force landed with mechanical failure three miles east of Loma, NB 18May45. 
						174th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Barksdale AFB, 
						Shreveport, LA. Damaged in a collision on the ground at Barksdale AFB 26Apr48.
					32344 (MSN 88-10034) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 26Feb43. Accident at Byrd 
						Field, Virginia 5Feb49
					32345 (MSN 88-10035) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine 
						failure and fire at Foster Field 2Jun43. Force landed after engine failure two miles 
						south of Foster Field 9Jun43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Wrecked landing at Foster Field 30Sep44.
					32346 (MSN 88-10036) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Aloe Field 
						15Feb43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Substantially damaged in an accident at Aloe Field 18Apr43. Damaged landing at 
						Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 12Nov43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Randolph Field 27Jan45.
					32347 (MSN 88-10037)Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 5May43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 26Aug44. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 21Nov44. Damaged while parked in an accident by 
						AT-6C 42-49007 taxying at Foster Field 24Mar45.  
					32348 (MSN 88-10038) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged 
						when crash landed at Foster Field 21Mar43. Damaged landing at Damon CAA 
						Intermediate Landing Field, TX 12May43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with Curtiss P-40F Warhawk 41-14157 
						taxying at Foster Field 7Sep43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-44533 taxying 
						at Foster Field, Victoria, TX 11Mar44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-85365 taxying at Foster 
						Field 28Sep44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 8Oct45. 
						190th Fighter Squadron, 86th Fighter Wing, Idaho Air National Guard, Boise Air Terminal, ID. 
						Damaged landing at Boise Air Terminal 21Apr48. Accident at Boise Air Terminal 27Jul49
					32349 (MSN 88-10039) 53rd Air Base Squadron (Special), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 8Oct43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Goliad, TX 3Dec44. 
						Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 4Sep45. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Field 14Sep45. 3511th Maintenance 
						Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Randolph AFB 15Jun50
					32350 (MSN 88-10040) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when force landed 
						eighteen miles south of Abilene, TX 1Nov43. 
					32351 (MSN 88-10041) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with a towed target eight miles east of Foster Field 27Apr43. 99th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 20May43. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 10Sep43. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 19Oct43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion three miles NNW of Foster 
						Field 12May44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32359 at Perrin Field 6Apr45. Accident Texas 
						20May45. Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 8Jun45. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 49-3048. 
					32352 (MSN 88-10042) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control twelve miles southeast of Hallettsville, TX 25Apr43 (2KIS). 
					32353 (MSN 88-10043) 8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Berry Field, Nashville, TN. 
						Crash landed at Berry Field 29Sep42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Foster Field 12Apr43. Force landed after engine failure and fire one 
						mile south of Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 29Apr43. 99th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after becoming 
						lost at Palacios Field, TX 26Jun43. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Randolph Field 12Sep45
					32354 (MSN 88-10044) MSN 88-10044	Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Goliad, TX 20Jan43. 
						98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Wrecked when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Altair, TX 18Feb43
					32355 (MSN 88-10045) 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Bryan Field, TX. Ground looped at Bryan Field 23Apr45. Ground looped at Bryan Field 14Jul45. 
					32356 (MSN 88-10046) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 11May43. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged while parked in accident by AT-6D 42-85735 at Bryan Field 5Jun45. 
						Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, Bexar County Airport, San Antonio, TX 31Aug49.
					32357 (MSN 88-10047)
					32358 (MSN 88-10048)97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 42-3998 six miles north of Foster Field, TX 10Feb43. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after engine failure and fire three miles north of Foster Field 20Apr43
					32359 (MSN 88-10049) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32269 
						landing at Foster Field 11Dec42. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 10Feb43. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-17113 three miles east of Foster Field 15Apr43. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed 
						after engine failure six miles north of Foster Field 1Jun43. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32989 taxying at Foster Field 24Apr44. 1st Training Squadron
						(Advanced Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird strike ten miles 
						f El Campo, TX 13Dec44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 22Dec44. 2537th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32351 at Perrin Field 6Apr45.
					32360 (MSN 88-10050) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe 
						Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 16Dec43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-43991 
						taxying at Aloe Field 8Apr44. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at 
						Randolph Field 25Apr45. French Navy / Aéronavale as 26. Registered 20Apr99 as F-AZYT; 
						cancelled 17Mar08. Les Ailes de l'Aero, Cuers, France. Destroyed in a fatal accident 
						near Le Castellet, France 6Dec07. The pilot and his passenger, an 83-year-old former 
						fighter pilot, took off from Cuers-Pierrefeu aerodrome where the plane was based 
						for an aerobatic session three km north east of Le Castellet aerodrome. A witness 
						saw the aircraft successively perform three loops, the last ending with an impact
						 on the ground. The aircraft caught fire after the wings separated impacting vegetation 
						and scrub (2 fatalities). .
					32361 (MSN 88-10051) 515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single 
						Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 10Oct42. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32748 taxying at Foster Field 14Jan43. 
						98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32416 fifteen miles northwest of Foster Field, TX 20May43
					32362 (MSN 88-10052) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 11Jun45
					32363 (MSN 88-10053) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the 
						ground ten miles east of Foster Field 18Nov42 (1KIS)
					32364 (MSN 88-10054) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged 
						in collision involving AT-6A 41-16749, AT-6C 41-32905 and 41-32906 during take-off 
						from runway 35 at Aloe Field 10Feb43. 485th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Field 3Mar43. 
						74th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32730 taxying at Ellington Field 5Jun43. 318th Flying Training 
						Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Avenger Field 11Jul43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Harpersville, TX 17Sep43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Avenger Field 17Jan44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), 
						Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 29Mar45
					32365 (MSN 88-10055) 
					32366 (MSN 88-10056) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot became lost 
						and bailed out three miles northeast of Damon, TX 2Nov42
					32367 (MSN 88-10057) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the ground five 
						miles south of Rock Island, TX 23Mar43 (2KIS).
				32368/32400 MSN 88-10068/10100	 (33)
					32368 (MSN 88-10068) Southeast Training Center, Columbus Field, MS 17Sep42. 
						72nd Air Base Squadron, Columbus Field, MS. 78th Air Base Squadron, 
						Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Damaged landing at Moody Field 25Feb43. 
						441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying T
						raining Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision
						 with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 5Jun43.
					32369 (MSN 88-10069) Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped at 
						Napier Field 7Feb45. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Napier Field 6Jul45. 
					32370 (MSN 88-10070) 11th Sub Depot, Blythe, CA. Damaged landing at El Paso De 
						Robles Municipal Airport, CA 9Aug43. 612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery 
						School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged taxying at Memphis Municipal 
						Airport, TN 8Mar45. 
					32371 (MSN 88-10071) 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. 2133rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence 
						Field 31Mar45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 20Sep45
					32372 (MSN 88-10072) 904th School Squadron, Southeast Training Center, 
						Columbus Field, MS. Damaged landing at Columbus Field 2Nov42. 2133rd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA.
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control five miles southeast of Camilla, GA 7Aug44 (1KIS).
					32373 (MSN 88-10073) 28th Flying Training Wing, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL 
						17Apr42. 705th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 30th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6C 41-32384 taxying at George Field 18Nov42. 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Craig Field 
						11Jan44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-248 at Craig 
						Field 27May44. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, TX 16Feb49
					32374 (MSN 88-10074) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Accident taking off from Craig Field 1Jan43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, Headland, AL 11Jan45. Damaged in mid-air 
						collision fifteen miles northeast of Napier Field 29Mar45. 
					32375 (MSN 88-10075)	705th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced 
						Two Engine), George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at George Field 17Oct42. 609th Single Engine Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 5Apr43. 443rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Andrews Field, Camp Springs, MD. Damaged landing 
						at Andrews Field 3Sep47
					32376 (MSN 88-10076) 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control fifteen miles west of Craig Field 
						24Jan44 (2KIS).
					32377 (MSN 88-10077) 706th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two 
						Engine), George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Substantially damaged landing at 
						George Field 15Oct42 
					32378 (MSN 88-10078) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash after 
						the pilot lost control seven miles southeast of Marianna Field, FL 26Apr44 (1KIS
					32379 (MSN 88-10079) 708th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 30th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Group, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Force landed after 
						engine failure at Great Lakes NAS, Waukegan, IL 9Dec42. 697th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna 
						Field, FL. Damaged in collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Valparaiso, FL 25Apr43. 736th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Jackson 
						Field, MS. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48872 ten miles southeast 
						of Jackson Field 2Feb44. 139th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Scott Field, Belleville, IL. Fatal crash 2½ miles northeast of Lebanon, IN 13Apr47
					32380 (MSN 88-10080) 707th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), 
						George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged landing at George Field 14Oct42. 382nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 19Feb43. 3565th 
						Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Accident at Connally AFB 14Oct49.  
					32381 (MSN 88-10081) 705th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 30th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Group, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Substantially damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6B 41-17403 and AT-6C 41-32315 while taxying at George Field 25Nov42
					32382 (MSN 88-10082) MSN 88-10082	692nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed 
						after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out thirteen miles northeast of Tyndall 
						Field, FL 16Nov43
					32383 (MSN 88-10083)
					32384 (MSN 88-10084) 705th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 30th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6C 41-32373 taxying at George Field 18Nov42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Craig Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Molette, AL 13Dec44.
					32385 (MSN 88-10085) 708th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), George 
						Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged landing at Scott Field, Belleville, IL 4Oct42. 
						Eighth Air Force, Smith Reynolds Airport, Winston-Salem, NC. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Winston-Salem Airfield, NC 6May45. 406th Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. 
						Fatal crash three miles south of Sumas, WA 4Feb48
					32386 (MSN 88-10086) 709th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), 
						George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged when ground looped landing at George Field 
						15Oct42. 736th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Jackson Field, MS. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Jackson Field 29Feb44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged on the ground in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32588 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 11Nov44
					32387 (MSN 88-10087) 432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 19May43. Crashed after the pilot 
						became lost and bailed out near Abbeville, AL 12Nov43.
					32388 (MSN 88-10088) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion at 
						Tuscumbia, AL 15Jan43
					32389 (MSN 88-10089) 16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Springfield Municipal Airport, MO 21Sep42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16645 on the ground at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 18Jan45. 418th Base Unit, Great Falls Field, MT. Damaged landing at 
						Great Falls Field 23Oct46. 402nd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Hill Field, Ogden, UT. Damaged landing at Hill Field 9Mar47.
					32390 (MSN 88-10090) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL.
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion twelve miles northeast of Monroeville, AL 7Jun44. 
						Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6 41-303 when taxying at Craig Field 9Apr45
					32391 (MSN 88-10091) 710th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Two Engine), 
						George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. Damaged in an accident at George Field 2Nov42. 
						382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 
						27Feb43. 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 5May43. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Valparaiso, FL 4Jul43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision fifteen miles west of Madison, AL 13Dec44
					32392 (MSN 88-10092) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crashed after mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16402 ten miles NNE of Headland, AL 15Jan43 (1KIS)
					32393 (MSN 88-10093) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged landing at Muskogee 
						Auxiliary Field, Brownwood, TX 7Sep43. Damaged taxying at Camp Hood Field, 
						Killeen, TX 14Sep43. Damaged taxying at Avenger Field 12Feb44. 2563rd Base 
						Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Vernon Municipal Airport, TX 10Jun44.
					32394 (MSN 88-10094) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Avenger Field 25Mar44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor 
						School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Waco Auxiliary 
						Field, Temple, TX 8Jan45.
					32395 (MSN 88-10095) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 13May43. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Bryan Field, TX. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion three miles southeast of 
						Centerville, TN 19Aug45. 
					32396 (MSN 88-10096) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks 
						Field 10Aug43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Brooks Auxiliary Field #3, TX 6Oct43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6D 41-34250 taxying at Aloe Field 14Apr44. Squadron C, 2538th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 26Jun44. 
						Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Waco Field 14Aug45.
					32397 (MSN 88-10097) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32823 taxying at Aloe Field 3May43. 481st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion 
						two miles south of El Campo, TX 23Mar44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin Field 5Apr45 
						Remanfactured as T-6G 51-14474
					32398 (MSN 88-10098) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Lake Charles Field, LA. 
						Damaged taxying at Lake Charles Field 8Jan43.
					32399 (MSN 88-10099) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 4Feb43. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda I
						sland Gunnery Range, TX 22May45
					32400 (MSN 88-10100) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with 
						parked AT-6A 41-514 when taxying at Laredo Field 23Sep43. 3511th Maintenance 
						Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Randolph AFB 18Jan50
				32401/32432 MSN 88-10338/10369	 (32)
					32401 (MSN 88-10338) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Colombian Government 30Sep42. Colombian Air Force / Fuerza 
						Aérea Nacional 11Nov42 as 01. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 31Dec44
					32402 (MSN 88-10339) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Colombian Government 30Sep42. Colombian Air Force / Fuerza 
						Aérea Nacional 11Nov42 as 02. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 31Dec44. 
						Arthur D. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA. Registered 15May96 as
						 N9235Z with MSN 41-32402-1; current [Oct19
					32403 (MSN 88-10340) Lend-Lease to Cuban Government 5Oct42. Cuban Army 
						Aviation Corps / Cuerpo de Aviación del Ejército de Cuba 23Oct42 as 102. 
						Crashed during a forced landing after engine failure on a farm at Vega Grande, 
						Concepción, southeast of Palma Soriano, Cuba 20Nov43 (2INJ); the airplane broke 
						in three parts
					32404 (MSN 88-10341) Lend-Lease to Cuban Government 5Oct42. Cuban Army 
						Aviation Corps / Cuerpo de Aviación del Ejército de Cuba 23Oct42 as 103. 2nd 
						Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at 36th Street Airport, Miami, FL 27Oct42. Escuela de 
						Aviación Militar, Campo de Columbia, Havana. Damaged 29Jul44. Renamed as 
						Fuerza Aérea del Ejército de Cuba 23Apr52. Extant Aug54
					32405 (MSN 88-10342) Lend-Lease to Cuban Government 5Oct42. Cuban Army 
						Aviation Corps / Cuerpo de Aviación del Ejército de Cuba 23Oct42 as 104. Escuela 
						de Aviación Militar, Campo de Columbia, Havana. Damaged by bad weather 1Feb45. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea del Ejército de Cuba 23Apr52
					32406 (MSN 88-10343) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						24Aug42 as 92. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-718. 
						SOC 18Apr83. USAF Museum, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; displayed 1983/1997. 
						Disposed by USAF Museum Nov03. Registration N641TC assigned Nov03; reservation 
						still current [Oct19]. Restoration to flying condition. 
					32407 (MSN 88-10344) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						24Aug42 as 93. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-719. 
					32408 (MSN 88-10345) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						24Aug42 as 94. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-720. 
					32409 (MSN 88-10346) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						27Aug42 as 95. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-721. 
						5/o Escuadrón Aéreo, 32 Zona Militar, Cozumel, Quintana Roo [Oct43]. Damaged at 
						Ixtepec, Oaxaca Mar50. 
					32410 (MSN 88-10347) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						27Aug42 as 96. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-722. 
						Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Las Bajadas, Veracruz. 
					32411 (MSN 88-10348) Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						27Aug42 as 97. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-723. 
						5/o Escuadrón Aéreo, 32 Zona Militar, Mérida, Yucatán [Oct43]. Escuadrón Aéreo 204, 
						Base Aérea de Tampico, Tamaulipas. SOC Dec60
					32412 (MSN 88-10349) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with a towed target at Foster Field 9Mar43. 2539th Base Unit 
						(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 
						22Oct44. American Republics Program, Caribbean Defense Command, Maracay, 
						Aragua, Venezuela [May46]. Damaged landing at Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela 27Feb47. 
						Venezuelan Air Force / Servicio de Aeronáutica 28Aug47. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
						Venezolana 10Oct47	
					32413 (MSN 88-10350) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 25Feb43.
					32414 (MSN 88-10351) 125th Fighter Squadron, 71st Fighter Wing, Oklahoma Air National Guard, 
						Tulsa Municipal Airport, OK. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Fairfax Field, 
						Kansas City, KS 19Sep47. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 6Oct49
					32415 (MSN 88-10352) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Goliad, TX 23Feb43. Force landed after engine failure fifteen miles
						northwest of Foster Field 20May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster 
						Field 9Jun43 and 18Jul43. Crash landed at Foster Field 28Aug43. 99th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 42-48908 taxying at Foster Field 21Sep43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 21Sep44. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Crash landed with fuel exhaustion three miles east of Thomas, OK 28Oct45
					32416 (MSN 88-10353) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32361 fifteen miles northwest of Foster Field, TX 20May43. Crashed after 
						becoming lost at Gonzales, TX 22Jun43
					32417 (MSN 88-10354)512th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Goliad, TX 1Dec42. 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field #1, TX 24Jul43. 2537th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 30Apr45. Damaged by structural failure seven miles west 
						of Sherman 10Oct45. Damaged when nosed over landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Gaskin, TX 23Nov45
					32418 (MSN 88-10355) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident landing at Napier Field 8Aug44
					32419 (MSN 88-10356) 16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, 
						Dallas, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ 
						16Nov42. 499th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. Substantially 
						damaged while parked in collision by AT-6C 42-48773 at Bryan Field 4Jun43
					32420 (MSN 88-10357) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-44344 
						taxying at Foster Field 15Jul43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 14Apr44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision on the ground with AT-6C 42-44350 at Foster Field 
						29Dec44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Majors Field Auxiliary Field #1, Caddo Mills, TX 25Mar45. Damaged taxying 
						at Perrin Field 19Jul45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. 
						To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7296. WFU
					32421 (MSN 88-10358)2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged by structural failure at Bryan Field 14Aug44. Accident at Hanscom Field, 
						Bedford, MA 24Dec48. Accident at Connally AFB, Waco, TX 27Jul50  
					32422 (MSN 88-10359) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Landing gear collapsed landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 
						26Feb43. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crash landed at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 18Mar44. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed after a mid-air collision with Fairchild PT-19 
						43-33684 at Napier Field 25Apr44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crash landed with mechanical failure twenty-two miles northwest 
						of Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 5Apr45
					32423 (MSN 88-10360) 3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at
						McGregor Municipal Airport, TX 7Jun50
					32424 (MSN 88-10361) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Field 6Mar43. 15th HQ and Headquarters Squadron, Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after structural failure five miles northwest of Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Hyman Field, Columbia, AL 23Apr43 (2KIS). 
					32425 (MSN 88-10362) Flexible Gunnery School, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged 
						landing at Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL 8May44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident in collision with Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 
						43-24386 on the ground at Napier Field 20May44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal 
						Airport, GA 10May45. 4136th Base Unit (Area Command), Oklahoma City Air Technical Service 
						Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged landing at Tinker Field 30Aug46. 
						111th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Rome Field, NY. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision one mile south of Shelburne, NY 27Dec46
					32426 (MSN 88-10363) 16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Love Field 24Oct42. Advanced Flying School 
						(Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier 
						Field 10Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit 
						Field, Headland, AL 5May43. C-4 Squadron, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, 
						Headland, AL 4Mar45. Crash landed at Napier Field 20Mar45. Damaged landing at Napier
						Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, Headland, AL 7May45. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
						at Napier Field 7Aug45. 113th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
						Long Island, NY. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Mitchel Field 10Apr47.
					32427 (MSN 88-10364) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 9Apr45  
					32428 (MSN 88-10365) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Valparaiso, FL 5Jul43. Further damaged while parked in collision by AT-6C 42-43890 
						taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4 5Jul43. 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 12Sep43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 17Dec43. 
						Damaged and crash landed in a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32581 two miles 
						south of Eglin Auxiliary Field, Valparaiso, FL 2Mar44. 41st Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged taxying at Grider Field, Pine Bluff, AR 29Mar47. 4th Maintenance Squadron, 
						40th Maintenance and Supply Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 7Dec47
					32429 (MSN 88-10366)691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Marianna Field 5Dec42. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged by a bird strike four miles northeast of Montgomery 28Nov44. Damaged landing 
						at Gunter Field 22Mar45. 109th Base Unit, Dow Field, Bangor, ME. Damaged taxying at 
						Dow Field 6Oct46. Accident at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 24Oct49    
					32430 (MSN 88-10367) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Marianna Field, FL 30Nov43. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Ozark, AL 16Jul45. Damaged taxying at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 31Jul45
					32431 (MSN 88-10368) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash in bad weather seven miles west of 
						Marianna Field, FL 12Jun43 (1KIS). 
					32432 (MSN 88-10369) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Severely damaged after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-32503 at Marianna Field 8Nov42. Damaged landing at Marianna Field 6Jan43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 29Jan43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-710 five miles southwest of Dothan 23Feb45
				32433/32517 MSN 88-10441/10525  (85)
					32433 (MSN 88-10441) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the ground seven miles southeast of Hallettsville, TX 
						2Nov42 (1KIS).
					32434 (MSN 88-10442) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when struck by a truck while parked at 
						Eagle Pass Field 10Aug43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-33046 at Sanderson, TX 
						20Aug43. Damaged in collision with an object at Fort Clark, Brackettville, TX 10Sep43. 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when force landed 
						after engine failure five miles northeast of Eagle Pass Field 11Sep44. Squadron C, 2510th 
						Base Unit, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 5Jun45. 111th 
						Fighter Squadron, 136th Fighter Group, Texas Air National Guard, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Ellington Field 11Nov46.
					32435 (MSN 88-10443)
					32436 (MSN 88-10444) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged when the landing gear 
						collapsed landing at Eagle Pass Field 10Jun43. 428th Base Unit, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM. 
						Fatal crash ten miles southeast of Albuquerque 10Feb48.
					32437 (MSN 88-10445) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Aloe Auxiliary 
						Field #9, Mission Valley, TX 27Feb44. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32556 landing at 
						Aloe Field 12Apr44. 
					32438 (MSN 88-10446) 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 17May43. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Fatal crash twelve miles north of San Antonio, TX 31Aug45 (2KIS). 
					32439 (MSN 88-10447) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass Field 10Mar43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 31Mar43. Damaged landing at 
						Eagle Pass Field 3Sep43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, 
						San Angelo, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Pullium, TX 7May45
					32440 (MSN 88-10448) 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. 
						Crashed after taking off with engine failure two miles south of Avenger Field 20Nov44.
					32441 (MSN 88-10449) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16518 taxying at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 12Mar45. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure on a beach at Matagorda Island, TX 17Apr45.
					32442 (MSN 88-10450) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged by a bird strike at Elmore, AL 5Apr45.
					32443 (MSN 88-10451) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 16Oct42. Accident at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 26Jan43.
					32444 (MSN 88-10452) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 17Nov42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Fatal 
						crash after the pilot lost control one mile northwest of Craig Field 15Sep44
					32445 (MSN 88-10453) 828th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32233 
						landing at Eagle Pass Field 27Nov42. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32609 taxying 
						at Eagle Pass Field 9Mar43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 20Sep43. Damaged when nosed over in collision 
						with AT-6D 42-44669 taxying on the runway at Eagle Pass Field 23Nov43. Damaged 
						in collision with AT-6C 41-32612 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 19Jan44. TTMS, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-49061 landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Pinto, TX 8Apr44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged by a bird strike thirty miles northeast of Eagle Pass Field 13Nov44. American 
						Republics Project to Peruvian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Oct46
					32446 (MSN 88-10454)
					32447 (MSN 88-10455) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-421 taxying at Brooks Field 17May43. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Brooks Field 24Jul43. Squadron C, 2510th Base Unit, Brooks 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Crash landed after engine failure eight miles southeast of Frederick, OK 20Jul45
					32448 (MSN 88-10456) W483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field, TX 21Apr43. 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash ten miles east of Eagle 
						Pass Field 13Jul44 (1KIS). 
					32449 (MSN 88-10457) 141st Base Unit, Reserve Training, Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL. 
						Accident at Orchard Place Airport 7Dec46. Damaged when ground looped and nosed 
						over at Orchard Place Airport 17Apr47. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, Bexar 
						County Airport, San Antonio, TX 30Aug49.
					32450 (MSN 88-10458) Advanced Flying School, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Brooks Field 5Jan43. 
					32451 (MSN 88-10459) 514th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Goliad, TX 20Oct42. 
						2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged 
						in an accident at Adams Field, Little Rock, AR 29Jul45. Accident at Dover AFB, DE 4Aug49. 
					32452 (MSN 88-10460) 515th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced Flying 
						School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32274 
						and 41-32289 seven miles south of Foster Field 6Nov42. 65th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Diltz, Floresville, TX 27May43. Substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed 
						landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 8Jun43. 712th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-431 taxying at Buckingham Field 1Oct43
					32453 (MSN 88-10461) Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL 15Oct42. 712th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Substantially damaged by mechanical failure landing at Buckingham Field 4Jun43. 
						430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Napier Field 19Jan44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Accident involving AT-6B 41-17394 with ‘friendly fire’ on Eglin Field Gunnery
						Range #30, Valparaiso, FL 4Sep45
					32454 (MSN 88-10462) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged landing at Buckingham Field 2Nov42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 21Feb43. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing four 
						miles west of Dothan 29Jul45. 4101st Base Unit (Reserve Training), Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS. 
						Damaged taxying at Scott AFB, Belleville, IL 3Aug48.
					32455 (MSN 88-10463) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Force landed after engine failure at Iona, FL 27Feb43. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32240 at Buckingham Field 6Sep43. 
						2117th Base Unit, (Gunnery School), Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL; code FM 211. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 4Jul45. 
					32456 (MSN 88-10464) 713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged taxying at Buckingham Field 26Feb43. 
						3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, 
						Waco, TX. Damaged in a collision with T-6C 42-85592 at Connally AFB 6Jul50
					32457 (MSN 88-10465) Provisional Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Naples Field, FL. 
						Damaged taxying at Naples Field 2Mar44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision on the ground with AT-6C 41-32678 
						at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 4Oct45
					32458 (MSN 88-10466)
					32459 (MSN 88-10467) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 13Apr45.
					32460 (MSN 88-10468) Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-276 ten miles south of 
						Eufaula, AL 9Dec44. Damaged landing at Napier Field 12Jan45. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 21May45. 
					32461 (MSN 88-10469)
					32462 (MSN 88-10470) Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Napier Field 21Sep45. 
						4163rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal 
						Airport, OH. Damaged landing at Cleveland Municipal Airport 1Nov47
					32463 (MSN 88-10471) 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal crash returning from a routine 
						training flight into a sawgrass meadow by Hendry Creek, five miles east of Fort Myers 
						Beach, FL 20May43 (2KIS). Pieces of wreckage were salvaged 2001 and intended for 
						display in the Fort Myers Historical Museum
					32464 (MSN 88-10472) Provisional Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham 
						Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Naples Field, FL 22Mar44
					32465 (MSN 88-10473) 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Buckingham Field 10Mar43. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged by structural failure near 
						Spence Field 5Jan44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 
						30May45. 138th Base Unit, Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Damaged in accident with parked 
						AT-6C 41-32308 at Lowry Field 26Apr47
					32466 (MSN 88-10474) 717th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Crashed when the pilot bailed 
						out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32286 four miles north of Naples, FL 21Jun43 
					32467 (MSN 88-10475) Flexible Gunnery Training School, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 25Jan43. 430th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6D 42-84304 on the ground at Napier Field 29Apr44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School,
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 42-49021 on the ground at Napier Field 3Oct45. Registered 1946 as NC62936; 
						cancelled. Crashed at Cottage Grove, OR 4Mar47. 
					32468 (MSN 88-10476) 716th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Buckingham Field 5Apr43. 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Buckingham 
						Field, Fort Myers, FL. Force landed after engine failure at Buckingham Field 27Apr44. 
						2137th (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine) Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL. Damaged 
						landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 16May45. 
						4161st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Bedford Field, MA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Bedford Field 27Nov46.
					32469 (MSN 88-10477) 2117th Base Unit, (Gunnery School), Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL; 
						code FM 707. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 9Mar45. Accident taking off from Spence Field 22Aug45. 
					32470 (MSN 88-10478) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #4, Mount Meigs, AL 17May45. Damaged 
						landing at Gunter Field 11Jul45. 
					32471 (MSN 88-10479) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32674 landing at Alma CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, GA 16Nov44. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 42-4087 taxying 
						at Spence Field 20Sep45. 
					32472 (MSN 88-10480) Provisional Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Naples Field, FL. Damaged
						taxying at Naples Field 29Feb44. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gainesville CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 
						15May45. 315th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Godman 
						Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Damaged while parked in an accident by Stinson NC8703E 
						at Godman Field 28Sep47.
					32473 (MSN 88-10481) Accident at Medford, OR 30Mar49.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14526.
					32474 (MSN 88-10482) 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 Field Range #29, Valparaiso, FL 8Apr44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in mid-air collision with 
						a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 1Jan45. 
					32475 (MSN 88-10483) Flexible Gunnery Training School, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 4Aug43. 2133rd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						at Spence Field 7Feb45. 176th Base Unit, Air Defense Command, Adams Field, Little 
						Rock, AR. Damaged landing at Ellington Field, Houston, TX 5Oct47
					32476 (MSN 88-10484) 716th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal crash into the ground at 
						Immokalee, FL 3Apr44 (2KIS)
					32477 (MSN 88-10485) 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially damaged in a collision 
						with Lockheed AT-18 Hudson 42-55713 taxying at Buckingham Field 22Sep43. 716th 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 21Mar44. 416th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve 
						Training Center), Air Defense Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Crash landed at Long 
						Beach Field 11Oct47.
					32478 (MSN 88-10486) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, Valparaiso, FL 29Jan43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash after 
						the pilot lost control ½ mile southeast of Spence Auxiliary Field #4, Tifton, GA 14Jun44 (1KIS).
					32479 (MSN 88-10487)441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in accident with parked 
						AT-6B 41-17163 when taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 13Dec42. 
						608th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 9Oct43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged by a bird strike five miles north of Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, 
						Headland, AL 28Jun45  
					32480 (MSN 88-10488) 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 30Jun43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 
						28Apr45. 308th Base Unit, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Wrecked when crash landed 
						with fuel exhaustion six miles south of Wewahitchka, FL 7Jan47
					32481 (MSN 88-10489) 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged while parked in a collision 
						by AT-6C 42-48885 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 25Oct43. Crashed 
						after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-33040 at Eglin Field Range #30, Valparaiso, FL 
						31Jan44 (1KIS)
					32482 (MSN 88-10490) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 4Jun45
					32483 (MSN 88-10491) 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 #2, Norman Park, GA 20Aug43. Fatal crash after the pilot lost 
						control six miles west of Adel, GA 27Oct43 (2KIS).
					32484 (MSN 88-10492) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Spence Field 4Jun43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at La Junta Auxiliary Field #1, Rocky Ford, CO 27Apr45
					32485 (MSN 88-10493) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Spence Field 21Apr43. Damaged landing at Spence Field 26Oct43
					32486 (MSN 88-10494) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 17Jun43. Accident taking off from Spence Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Berlin, GA 15Oct43. 442nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 10Nov43. 382nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Spence Field 7Feb44. 160th Fighter Squadron, Alabama Air National Guard, Maxwell 
						Field, Montgomery, AL. Crash landed at Maxwell Field 5Feb47
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14353
					32487 (MSN 88-10495) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32342 two miles southwest of 
						Hahira, GA 14Jan43 (1KIS).
					32488 (MSN 88-10496) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 41-33037 at Spence Field 30Jun43. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 
						20Nov43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 23Jan44. 2133rd
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Morris 
						Field, Charlotte, NC 26Jan45. 109th Base Unit, Dow Field, Bangor, ME. Damaged 
						landing at Dow AFB 25Jul48. Accident at Rock Hill, SC 16Oct48.
					32489 (MSN 88-10497) Advanced Pilot School, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped at Turner Field 3Jan43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 24Feb45. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Ozark, AL 29May45.
					32490 (MSN 88-10498) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 9Dec43. 
						4169th Base Unit (Spokane Air Technical Service Command), Boeing Field, Seattle, WA. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Boeing Field 6Nov46. Accident five miles southeast 
						of Elk, northeast of Spokane, WA 3Jan48.
					32491 (MSN 88-10499) 45th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 7th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 4Mar43.
					32492 (MSN 88-10500) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision with AT-6B 41-17162 
						landing at Spence Field 7Apr43.  Maintenance Division, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6C 41-32492 when taxying at Tinker Field, 
						Oklahoma City, OK 1Jul46. 137th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Wold-Chamberlain Field, Minneapolis, MN. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision five miles east of Montgomery, MN 9Oct46. Damaged taxying at 
						Wold-Chamberlain Field 23May47.
					32493 (MSN 88-10501) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore 
						Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 9Dec42
					32494 (MSN 88-10502) 483rd School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Crashed into 
						the ground north of Lake Charles Auxiliary Field, Gillis, LA 6Dec42. 65th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost 
						control at Guero, TX 27Feb43 (2KIS). 
					32495 (MSN 88-10503) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Moore Field 11Dec42. 415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton 
						Field, Novato, CA. Force landed after engine failure at Hamilton Field 15Jan47. Wrecked 
						when the aircraft struck the ground after engine failure three miles east of Blue Rock 
						Springs, CA 2Feb47
					32496 (MSN 88-10504) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6D 42-44447 taxying at Marianna Auxiliary Field #4, Alliance, FL 24Aug43. Damaged 
						when the pilot lost control landing at Marianna Field 26Nov43. 
					32497 (MSN 88-10505) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Field 9Mar43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after structural failure and force landed 
						one mile south of Midland City, northwest of Dothan, AL 30Aug44
					32498 (MSN 88-10506) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged five miles east of Napier Field 28Oct42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Napier Field 16Feb43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged by mechanical failure taking off from Napier Field 27Jul45
					32499 (MSN 88-10507) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, 
						Headland, AL 3Aug44. Damaged taxying at Gunter Auxiliary Field #6, Dannelly, AL 2Feb45. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal 
						Airport, AL 7Aug45.    
					32500 (MSN 88-10508) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 5Mar45. 
					32501 (MSN 88-10509) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gunter Field 28May45
					32502 (MSN 88-10510) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single
						 Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32721 at Marianna Field 18May43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #3, Bascom, FL 9Jul43. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 42-48841 taxying at Marianna Auxiliary Field #2, Malone, FL 27Nov43
					32503 (MSN 88-10511) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32432 at Marianna Field 8Nov42
					32504 (MSN 88-10512) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash into the ground twelve miles 
						west of Georgiana, AL 29Mar43 (1KIS). 
					32505 (MSN 88-10513) 
					32506 (MSN 88-10514) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna 
						Field, FL 20Oct42. 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field. 
						Wrecked landing after engine failure at Marianna Field 18May43. 
					32507 (MSN 88-10515) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16134 taxying at Marianna Field 30Mar43. Squadron C-1d, 2128th Base 
						Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Crash landed seven miles west of Forsyth, GA 10Jan45. 
					32508 (MSN 88-10516) remanufactured as T-6G 51-14728
					32509 (MSN 88-10517) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. 
					32510 (MSN 88-10518) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. 
					32511 (MSN 88-10519) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. 64th Fighter Squadron, 57th Fighter Group, Grosseto, 
						Italy. Crash landed at Grosseto 5Jun45. 65th Fighter Squadron. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Grosseto 29Jun45. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 41-32511. Written off 21Jan49. 
					32512 (MSN 88-10520) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. Headquarters Squadron. Damaged landing at 
						Marcianise, Caserta, Italy 24Oct44. 4th Air Vehicle Repair Squadron, 42nd Air 
						Depot (Ansbach Air Depot), Air Technical Service Command, Ninth Air Force, 
						Ansbach, Germany. Damaged landing at Ansbach 16Jul46. 
					32513 (MSN 88-10521) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. 
					32514 (MSN 88-10522) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. 
					32515 (MSN 88-10523) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. Headquarters Squadron. Accident landing at 
						Marcianise, Caserta, Italy 13Sep45. 
					32516 (MSN 88-10524) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Twelfth Air Force, North Africa. 10th Depot Repair Squadron, 10th Air Depot 
						Group (Kassel Air Depot), USAFE, Waldau, Kassel, Germany. Crash landed at 
						Kassel 28Mar46.
					32517 (MSN 88-10525) Shipped to Port of Embarkation No 11 for Project 60018 20Oct42. 
						Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group Air Depot, Twelfth Air Force, Sidi Ahmen, 
						Bizerte, Tunisia. Damaged when ground looped at Sidi Ahmed, Tunisia 23Sep43. 
				32518/32647 MSN 88-10753/10882  (130)
					32518 (MSN 88-10753) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43 as 01. Escola de 
						Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1233. 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG.SOC 28Jun67.
					32519 (MSN 88-10754) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 12Feb43 as 02. Base Aérea de
					 	São Paulo, SP. Reserialled as 1234. Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. DBR 9Feb45.
					32520 (MSN 88-10755)	San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Feb43 as 03. Base Aérea de 
						São Paulo, SP. Reserialled as 1235. Esquadrilha da Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Parque de Material Aeronáutico 
						dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC 15Sep76. Displayed at Associação 
						Funcionários Públicos Clube Campo Náutica Guarapiranga, Sao Paulo, 
						Brasil [last noted 2019]. 
					32521 (MSN 88-10756) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 12Feb43 as 04. Base Aérea de 
						São Paulo, SP. Reserialled as 1236. Ditched in Rio Guaíba, near Porto Alegre, RS 17Jul44.
					32522 (MSN 88-10757) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43 as 05. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1237. Núcleo do 
						Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 28Dec56.
					32523 (MSN 88-10758) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43as 06. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1238. Esquadrilha da 
						Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do 
						Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 9Sep71.
					32524 (MSN 88-10759) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43as 07. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1239. Núcleo do Parque 
						de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG.SOC 10Jan74.
					32525 (MSN 88-10760) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX.
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43as 08. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1240. Base Aérea de 
						Recife, PE. SOC 20Dec51.
					32526 (MSN 88-10761) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43as 09. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1241. Accident at 
						Caravelas, BA 10Sep65.
					32527 (MSN 88-10762) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Brazilian Government 10Nov42. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43as 10. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 1242. 
						Crashed at Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul 3Jan73 (2KIS). 
					32528 (MSN 88-10763) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Cuban Government 10Nov42. To Cuban Army Aviation Corps / Cuerpo de 
						Aviación del Ejército de Cuba 18Nov42 as 105. Escuela de Aviación Militar, Campo 
						de Columbia, Havana. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea del Ejército de Cuba 23Apr52
					32529 (MSN 88-10764) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Cuban Government 10Nov42. Cuban Army Aviation Corps / Cuerpo de 
						Aviación del Ejército de Cuba 18Nov42 as 106. Escuela de Aviación Militar, 
						Campo de Columbia, Havana. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea del Ejército de Cuba 23Apr52
					32530 (MSN 88-10765) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Cuban Government 10Nov42. Cuban Army Aviation Corps / Cuerpo de 
						Aviación del Ejército de Cuba 18Nov42 as 107. Escuela de Aviación Militar, Campo 
						de Columbia, Havana. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea del Ejército de Cuba 23Apr52.
					32531 (MSN 88-10766) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to El Salvador Government 10Nov42. Departed San Antonio 22Nov42 to San Salvador. 
						To Salvadoran Air Force / Cuerpo de la Aviación Salvadoreña as 30. Renamed as
						 Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña 18May46. 
					32532 (MSN 88-10767)	San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to El Salvador Government 10Nov42. Departed San Antonio 22Nov42 to San Salvador. 
						To Salvadoran Air Force / Cuerpo de la Aviación Salvadoreña as 31. Crashed near 
						Base Aérea Ilopango, El Salvador 22Dec42. 
					32533 (MSN 88-10768) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to El Salvador Government 10Nov42. Departed San Antonio 22Nov42 to San Salvador. 
						To Salvadoran Air Force / Cuerpo de la Aviación Salvadoreña as 32. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea 
						Salvadoreña 18May46. 
					32534 (MSN 88-10769)	San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 27Aug42 as 98. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-724. 5/o Escuadrón 
						Aéreo, 32 Zona Militar, Mérida, Yucatán [Oct43]. Escuadrón Aéreo 205, Base Aérea de 
						Ixtepec, Oaxaca. 
					32535 (MSN 88-10770) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 27Aug42 as 99. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-725. 
					32536 (MSN 88-10771) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 27Aug42 as 100. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-726. 
					32537 (MSN 88-10772) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 27Aug42 as 101. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-727.
						Escuadrón Aéreo 205, Base Aérea de Ixtepec, Oaxaca. Damaged at Ixtepec Oct50. 
						Crashed during aerobatics near Lagunas, Oaxaca, México 13Aug55 (2KIS). 
					32538 (MSN 88-10773) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. San 
						Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Mexican 
						Government Nov42. To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						14Nov42 as 102. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-728. 
					32539 (MSN 88-10774) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Mexican 
						Government Nov42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 14Nov42 as 103. 
						Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-729. 
						Escuela Militar de Aviación, Base Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Jalisco. 
						Missing in Serrania de la Rinconada near Potrerillo, Veracruz, México 6Sep46 (2KIS). 
						Wreckage found on Cerro de Agua de Oro 25Sep46. 
					32540 (MSN 88-10775) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Marianna Field 14Oct43. Damaged by structural failure at Marianna Field 17Nov43. 
					32541 (MSN 88-10776) 4196th Base Unit (Air Technical Service Command), Victorville Field, CA. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Victorville Field 7Dec45. 4103rd Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Hawkins Field, Jackson, MS. 
						Damaged taxying at Jackson Field 3Oct47
					32542 (MSN 88-10777) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 31Jan43. 697th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 42-48844 taxying at Marianna Field 25Mar44. 2130th Base Unit, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-388 five miles south of Marianna Field 22May44
					32543 (MSN 88-10778) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 10Aug43. Squadron C, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Marianna 
						Field, FL 5May45
					32544 (MSN 88-10779) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed with structural failure at 
						Marianna Field 18Feb43. 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna 
						Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Malone, FL 14Oct43. 2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Severely damaged 
						when force landed after fuel exhaustion at Middlesex, NC 12Aug44. 
					32545 (MSN 88-10780) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped with mechanical 
						failure landing at Marianna Field 27Apr43. 2162nd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, 
						Primary), Orangeburg Municipal Airport, SC; operated by Hawthorne School of 
						Aeronautics. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after engine failure seven miles 
						southwest of Orangeburg, SC 31Jan45.
					32546 (MSN 88-10781) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Marianna 
						Field 17Dec42. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32583 landing at Marianna Field 8Jun43. 
					32547 (MSN 88-10782) Gulf Coast Training Center, Lake Charles Field, LA 11Nov42 
					32548 (MSN 88-10783) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out eight 
						miles west of Corpus Christi, TX 15Aug44
					32549 (MSN 88-10784) 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field #1, Gibbons, TX 9Aug45. 
						Damaged caused by mechanical failure ten miles northwest of Perrin Field 29Aug45. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed at Randolph Auxiliary Field #5, Clear Springs, 
						New Braunfels, TX 21May48  
					32550 (MSN 88-10785) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Foster Field 5Feb43. 859th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula
						Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with a parked AT-6C when taxying on maintenance 
						at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 15Jul43. Damaged at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field 24Sep43. American Republics Project to Peruvian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico 
						del Perú Oct46
					32551 (MSN 88-10786) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Yoakum CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 3Apr43. Crash landed at Aloe Field 12May43. Squadron C-2, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Crash landed at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 26Mar45. 
					32552 (MSN 88-10787) Air Force Reserve Training Center, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. 
						Damaged landing at Selfridge Field 19Dec46.
					32553 (MSN 88-10788) 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged when force landed after engine failure at Dripping Springs, TX 4Sep44. 
						104th Fighter Squadron, 113th Fighter Group, Maryland Air National Guard, Baltimore 
						Municipal Airport, MD. Damaged landing at Baltimore Municipal Airport 18Feb48. 
					32554 (MSN 88-10789) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Houston 
						Municipal Airport, TX 3Jan44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Aloe Field 28Jun44 
					32555 (MSN 88-10790) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when 
						crash landed at Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 24Jul43. Substantially damaged 
						when crash landed at Aloe Field 16Jan44
					32556 (MSN 88-10791) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Lake Charles Field 11Dec42. 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 12Jan43. 485th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, 
						Goliad, TX 1Mar43. Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 2May43 
						and 19May43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32437 landing at Aloe Field 12Apr44
					32557 (MSN 88-10792) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Marianna Auxiliary Field #4, Alliance, FL 11Dec43. 4122nd Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 42-43940 taxying at Hensley Field 14Jan47
					32558 (MSN 88-10793) 2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. Severely damaged 
						in collision with AT-6C 42-44144 during take-off at Marianna Field 27May44. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Crash landed after engine failure and fuel exhaustion five miles SSW of Richmond, GA 17Mar45
					32559 (MSN 88-10794) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed after the pilot lost control 
						and bailed out six miles east of Marianna Field 27Mar43
					32560 (MSN 88-10795) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when the landing gear 
						collapsed landing at Marianna Field 22Mar43. Damaged when force landed after 
						engine failure at Marianna Field 16Dec43. 697th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Malone, FL 22Jan44. 2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged 
						landing at Cochran Field 3Nov44. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged when nosed over in an accident at Gunter Field 21Mar45.
					32561 (MSN 88-10796) Ferrying Command, 4th Ferrying Group, Berry Field, 
						Nashville, TN. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Berry Field
						 21Nov42 and 17Feb43. 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Marianna Field 13Aug43
					32562 (MSN 88-10797) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed after engine failure 
						when the pilot bailed out 2.5 miles northwest of Cottondale, FL 3Mar43. 
					32563 (MSN 88-10798) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crash landed with mechanical 
						failure and substantially damaged at Marianna Field 1Aug43. 2142nd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Crash landed at Shaw Field 8Dec44. 
						1050th Base Unit (Overseas Replacement Depot), Camp Kearns, Salt Lake City, UT. 
						Crash landed at Salt Lake City Field 7Jan46. 
					32564 (MSN 88-10799) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Marianna 
						Field 27Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 24Aug43. 
						2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged landing 0.5 mile north of 
						Centerville, GA 5Mar45.
					32565 (MSN 88-10800) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crash landed after engine failure 
						and substantially damaged at Marianna Field 18May43. Damaged in collision with a 
						towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 18Nov43. Damaged in collision 
						with a towed target at Range #36, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 15Feb44. 
					32566 (MSN 88-10801) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Marianna Field 17Feb43. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Marianna Field, FL 25Mar43. Damaged landing at Marianna Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Malone, FL 8Mar44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged by structural failure at Marana Field 9Jun44. Squadron C-2, 
						2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Ground looped in bad 
						weather at Shaw Field 31Jan45. Accident at Selfridge AFB, Mount Clemens, MI 7Sep49
					32567 (MSN 88-10802) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lake 
						Charles Field 16Dec42. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX 12Jan43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Field 28Jan43. 
						Damaged caused by structural failure at Aloe Field 16Mar43. 826th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 
						24Jan44. 439th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN. 
						Damaged taxying at Toledo Municipal Airport, OH 10Jan48.
					32568 (MSN 88-10803) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing at Lake Charles Auxiliary Field, 
						Gillis, LA 17Dec42. 2522nd Base Unit, Majors Field, Greenville, TX. Damaged when
						ground looped landing at Ponca City Municipal Airport, OK 22Oct44. 
					32569 (MSN 88-10804) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 25Mar45.
						Damaged when ground looped at Aloe Field 15Oct45. 
					32570 (MSN 88-10805) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6C 42-44091 when taxying at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 18Jun43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32235 landing at Aloe Field 6Jul43. 2521st Base Unit, Garden City Field, KS. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Garden City Field 21Oct44. 2515th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Two Engine), Dodge City Field, KS. Damaged by a bird 
						strike 23Mar45. 2530th Base Unit (Navigation School), Selman Field, Monroe, LA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Selman Field 31Jul45. 4163rd Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal Airport, OH. Accident at 
						Cleveland Municipal Airport 24Oct48 and 4Aug49.
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14494
					32571 (MSN 88-10806) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Aloe Auxiliary 
						Field #8, Goliad, TX 24Feb43. Damaged landing at Aloe Field 30Mar44. 3545th 
						Maintenance and Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Accident at 
						Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 14Jun49
					32572 (MSN 88-10807) 855th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Fatal crash after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32967 five miles south of Elmaton, TX 19Oct43 (1KIS).
					32573 (MSN 88-10808) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 42-4122 taxying at Foster Field 28Jun43. 98th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash 
						landed at Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 17Jul43
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14398
					32574 (MSN 88-10809) 2nd Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
						Wrecked when force landed after engine failure fifteen miles north of Palestine, TX 26Nov42
					32575 (MSN 88-10810) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32865 landing at Aloe Field 10Apr43. 1177th Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. Substantially damaged when crash 
						landed at Hutchinson NAS, KS 13Aug43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after 
						engine failure five miles west of Aloe Field 20Mar44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion one mile north of Aloe Field 8Jul44.
					32576 (MSN 88-10811) 485th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Aloe Auxiliary 
						Field, TX 30Mar43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 42-44299 landing at Aloe Field 22Sep43. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32210 taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 25Oct43
					32577 (MSN 88-10812) 697th School Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 
						10Mar43. 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 7Apr43. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						between Eufaula and Clayton, AL 26Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Marianna Auxiliary Field #2, Malone, FL 10Sep43.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14477
					32578 (MSN 88-10813) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32582 
						landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #1, Ellis, FL 11Apr43. 693rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Marianna Field 3Sep43. 2
						142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged landing at Shaw 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Rembert, SC 29Dec44. 406th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. Damaged when landing in an accident 
						with AT-6C 41-32218 which was taxying at McChord Field 17Jun47.
					32579 (MSN 88-10814) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32726 
						taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 24Apr44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6B 41-17290 on the ground at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 19Jan45.
					32580 (MSN 88-10815) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with a towed target 
						at Marianna Field 10Sep43. 2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. Wrecked in 
						accident when taxying at Marianna Field 3May44
					32581 (MSN 88-10816) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32428 two miles south of Eglin Auxiliary Field, Valparaiso, FL 2Mar44 (2KIS). 
					32582 (MSN 88-10817) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32578 landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #1, Ellis, FL 11Apr43. Severely 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure four miles north of Sneads, FL 12Dec43. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Perrin Field 3Apr45
					32583 (MSN 88-10818694th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed 
						landing at Marianna Field 15Mar43. 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32546 landing at Marianna 
						Field 8Jun43. Damaged in collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Valparaiso, FL 18Oct43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 
						17May45. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						Dal-Air, Love Field, Dallas TX 1952. South African Air Force 1953 as 7698. 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 15Jan98 as N15GS; cancelled 28Apr04
						on export to South Africa. The Stonehenge Trust, Rand, Johannesburg. 
						Registered 13May04 as ZU-DKZ; current [Apr18]. 
					32584 (MSN 88-10819) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Field 3Jul45. Substantially damaged 
						when force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile WNW of Fayetteville, AL 13Jul45
					32585 (MSN 88-10820) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Marianna Field, FL 11Mar43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Marianna Field 5Aug43. 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Wrecked landing at Greenville CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 17Mar44.
					32586 (MSN 88-10821) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Marianna Field 6Jan43. 696th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Marianna Field 20Nov43. 2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Cochran Field 3Jan45. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 44-81274 at Gunter
						Field 20Jun45. Damaged in a collision landing at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #4, Troy, 
						Pike County, AL 9Aug45
					32587 (MSN 88-10822) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Aloe Field 16Feb43. Damaged in an accident at Aloe Field 
						15Mar43. 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged taxying at Avenger Field 6Jan44. 468th 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. 
						Damaged landing in bad weather at Memphis Municipal Airport 4Sep46. Damaged 
						landing at Memphis Municipal Airport 14Sep46. Damaged landing at Maxwell AFB, 
						Montgomery, AL 21Aug48.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14501
					32588 (MSN 88-10822) 857th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged when nosed 
						over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 6Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged on the ground in collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32386 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 11Nov44. 
					32589 (MSN 88-10824) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX 12Nov42. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						11Feb43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-3991 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 
						2Apr43. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field, FL 
						14Jun43. Damaged by fire in an accident at Eagle Pass Field 5Jul43. 827th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 27Dec43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Rosita North, TX 30Jun44. 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument 
						Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lubbock Field 
						22Apr45. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Moore Field 26Jul45. Damaged taxying at 
						Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 3Sep45. 468th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged in a collision with 
						parked Lockheed P-80C Shooting Star 48-5113 at Memphis Municipal Airport 27Feb48. 
						Accident at Memphis Municipal Airport 14Oct48 and 20May49.
						Conflict:
						Crashed when the aircraft impacted mountainous terrain near Cowan, TN while flying 
						from Hot Springs, AR, to Murphy, NC 28Feb48 (2KIS).
					32590 (MSN 88-10825) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Mar43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32992 landing 
						at Harlingen Field 30Nov43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass 
						Field 17Apr44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco 
						Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Waco Field 19Dec44
					32591 (MSN 88-10826) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed with fuel exhaustion 
						after the pilot bailed out five miles north of Múzquiz, Coahuila, México 2Mar43
					32592 (MSN 88-10827) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash into the ground ten 
						miles north of Eagle Pass Field 11Jun43 (2KIS
					32593 (MSN 88-10828) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Crashed with fuel exhaustion after the pilot bailed out over México, fifty 
						miles SSE of Del Rio, TX 3Apr43
					32594 (MSN 88-10829)57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass Field 4Feb43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass 
						Field 14Feb44  
					32595 (MSN 88-10830) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed 
						out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-3914 thirty miles north of Eagle Pass Field 9Feb43
					32596 (MSN 88-10831) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6B 41-17386 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 3May43. 2537th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at
					 	errin Field 17Apr45. 176th Base Unit, Air Defense Command, Adams Field, Little 
						AR. Damaged landing at Adams Field, Little Rock, AR 16Feb48.
					32597 (MSN 88-10832) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32658 taxying at Marianna Field 29Dec43. Squadron C-1c, 2128th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged landing 
						in bad weather at Cochran Auxiliary Field #3, Harris, Fort Valley, GA 21Dec44. 
						Accident at Ellington AFB, Houston, TX 11Apr49.
					32598 (MSN 88-10833) Squadron C-1c, 2128th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Cochran 
						Field, Macon, GA. Damaged landing in bad weather at Cochran Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Harris, Fort Valley, GA 21Dec44. 158th Fighter Squadron, 116th Fighter Group, 
						Georgia Air National Guard, Chatham Field, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Chatham Field 24Jul47. 
					32599 (MSN 88-10834) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Marianna Field 29Apr43. 
					32600 (MSN 88-10835) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Marianna Field 17Feb43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna 
						Field 3May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 13May43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 15Oct43. 
					32601 (MSN 88-10836) 695th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Marianna Field 
						18Dec42. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32606 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 20Jan43. 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Marianna Field 30Apr44
					32602 (MSN 88-10837) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crash landed with 
						fuel exhaustion twelve miles east of Marianna Field 21Jun43. 693rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged taxying at 
						Marianna Field 12Aug43. Crashed after engine failure when the pilot bailed 
						out sixteen miles west of Marianna Field 22Mar44
					32603 (MSN 88-10838) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Force landed after engine failure eight miles southeast of Moultrie 18Aug44  
					32604 (MSN 88-10839) 
					32605 (MSN 88-10940) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Field, FL 6Feb43. 
						Squadron C-1b, 2128th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Cochran Field, Macon, GA. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Cochran Auxiliary Field #3, Harris, Fort Valley, GA 13Dec44
					32606 (MSN 88-10941) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32601 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Valparaiso, FL 20Jan43. 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32724 
						fourteen miles east of Marianna Field 13Mar44.
					32607 (MSN 88-10842) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass
						Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32969 taxying at Eagle 
						Pass Field 23Jun43. Crash landed after engine failure and fire fifteen miles west of 
						La Pryor, TX 2Sep43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-44666 at Eagle Pass Field 22Oct43. Damaged
						in collision with AT-6D 41-34184 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 4Jan44
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14523.
					32608 (MSN 88-10843) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 8Mar43. 2511th Base 
						Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged landing at Bryan 
						Field 14Dec44  
					32609 (MSN 88-10844) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 4Feb43. 828th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32445 taxying 
						at Eagle Pass Field 9Mar43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32661 during take-off at Eagle Pass Field 
						21Jun43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Fatal crash after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32611 thirty-two miles east of 
						Eagle Pass Field 13Oct43 (1KIS). 
					32610 (MSN 88-10845) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-16527 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 7Jan43. 828th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle 
						Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 31Mar43. 2516th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Pinto, TX 10May44. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 19Mar45. 4103rd 
						Base Unit (Mobile Air Technical Service Command), Hawkins Field, Jackson, MS. 
						4103rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Hawkins Field, 
						Jackson, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Hawkins Field 29Nov46. 
						Damaged landing at Hawkins Field 19Jun48
					23611 (MSN 88-10846) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32943 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 27May43. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32612 at the runway intersection when taxying at Eagle Pass 
						Field 1Oct43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32609 
						thirty-two miles east of Eagle Pass Field 13Oct43 (1KIS).
					32612 (MSN 88-10847) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32612 at the runway intersection when taxying at Eagle Pass Field 1Oct43. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32445 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 19Jan44. 
						Squadron C-3, 2531st Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Pampa 
						Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Pampa Field 9Apr45.
					32613 (MSN 88-10848) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged by fire in an accident at 
						Eagle Pass Field 2Jul43. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
						Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at 
						Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX 27Oct44. Crash landed five miles northwest of 
						Miles, TX 14Feb45. 
					32614 (MSN 88-10849) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 42-3948 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 19Jun43. 
					32615 (MSN 88-10850) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with Cessna UC-78 Bobcat 
						42-13941 at Brooks Field 8Jul43. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, 
						Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 42-4172 nine miles north of Caldwell, TX 4May45. 
					32616 (MSN 88-10851) 829th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Eagle Pass Field 5Mar43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with an AT-6C taxying at Eagle 
						Pass Field 1Sep43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle 
						Pass Field. Force landed after engine failure and destroyed twenty miles 
						southeast of Sonora, TX 8Feb44
					32617 (MSN 88-10852) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash 
						into the ground twenty-five miles southeast of Eagle Pass Field 25Nov43 (1KIS)
					32618/32625 (MSN 88-10853/10860) 
						Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union 16Nov42. Crated and shipped to Russia via 
						Murmansk early Spring 1943. The first six aircraft were delivered to the Sixth 
						Air Force Reserve Brigade in Ivanovo, where they were assembled. One aircraft 
						was assigned for testing at the Air Force Research Institute.
					32626/32647 (MSN 88-10861/10882)
						Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union 16Nov42. Flown to NY Port of Embarkation,
						 Newark, NJ; dismantled, packed and shipped to Persian Gulf, despatched 1943. 
						18th Depot Repair Squadron, 82nd Air Depot Group, Abadan, Iran; assembled a
						nd tested. Flown to Qaleh Morgi airfield, Tehran. Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union 
						at Qaleh Morgi airfield, Tehran. Accepted by the Soviet Mission and flown to 
						Azerbaijan. Two aircraft crashed after reassembly in Iran and were not delivered to Russia 
				32648/32727 MSN 88-10923/11002  (80)
					32648 (MSN 88-10923)
					32649 (MSN 88-10924) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a collision with parked 
						AT-6C 42-44139 at Gunter Auxiliary Field #4, Mount Meigs, AL 19Apr45. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Gunter Field 22Jun45. 
					32650 (MSN 88-10925) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially 
						damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32683 taxying at Marianna Field 15Dec42
					32651 (MSN 88-10926) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially 
						damaged by structural failure at Marianna Field 16Mar43. Accident 
						seven miles east of Valparaiso, FL 7Apr45. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed after engine 
						failure five miles west of Fort Walton, FL 4May45
					32652 (MSN 88-10927) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #4, Alliance, FL 10Jul43. 
						Squadron B, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-15983 when taxying at 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 12Oct44. Damaged when nosed over 
						taxying at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 2Jan45. 
					32653 (MSN 88-10928)	2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #5, Taylor, AL 
						30May45. 44th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed one mile 
						south of Collierville, TN 17Jan47.
					32654 (MSN 88-10929) 695th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Marianna Field 17Feb43. 696th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed when the pilot bailed 
						out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32721 into the Gulf of México 
						near Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 28Jun43.
					32655 (MSN 88-10930) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed after engine failure eleven miles 
						west of Fort Walton, FL 19Jan45. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						twenty-six miles southeast of Camarillo, CA 7Jul45. 
					32656 (MSN 88-10931) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision 
						with an object at Marianna Field 7Aug43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Marianna Field 26Oct43. 
					32657 (MSN 88-10932) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Accident caused by 
						mechanical failure at Marianna Field 4Aug43. 697th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Alliance, FL 27Jan44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 2May45
					32658 (MSN 88-10933) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Marianna Field 16May43. Substantially damaged 
						when the landing gear collapsed landing at Marianna Field 22Jun43. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32597 taxying at Marianna Field 29Dec43. 
						2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged 
						landing at Shaw Field 25Jan45. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Martindale, TX 27Sep49
					32659 (MSN 88-10934) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 3Mar45. 
					32660 (MSN 88-10935) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 26Jan43. 826th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 9Aug43. 
						827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when the engine failed after take-off from Eagle Pass Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Pinto, TX 12Dec43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle 
						Pass Field 6Feb44. Crash landed after engine failure seventeen miles east of 
						Eagle Pass Field 22Mar44
					32661 (MSN 88-10936) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32609 during take-off at Eagle Pass Field 21Jun43. 
						827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 15Oct43. 
						2513th Base Unit, Coffeyville Field, KS. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Fort Clark Field, Brackettville, TX 16Sep44
					32662 (MSN 88-10937)827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16217 at Eagle Pass Field 14Dec42. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 26Apr43. 
						Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 10May43. 826th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crash landed 
						with fuel exhaustion three miles west of Cotulla, TX 29Jan44. 2522nd Base Unit, 
						Majors Field, Greenville, TX. Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Prairie Hill, TX 24Oct44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), 
						Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 3Jan45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Waco Field 20Mar45. Damaged landing at Waco 
						Field 4Jun45. 470th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Orlando AAB, FL. Damaged landing at Orlando AAB 21Sep46. Damaged taxying 
						at Orlando AAB 7Nov46. 465th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL. Crash landed with mechanical failure at 
						MacDill Field 11Sep47.
  					32663 (MSN 88-10938) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with an 
						object near Cline, TX 24Jun43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle 
						Pass Field, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6D 42-85140 taxying 
						on the parking ramp at Eagle Pass Field 9Sep44. 
					32664 (MSN 88-10939) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX 24Nov42
					32665 (MSN 88-10940) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Moore 
						Field 3Mar43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Fatal crash 7.5 miles east of Moore Field 27Jun43 (1KIS).
					32667 (MSN 88-10942) 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX. Force landed after engine failure three miles west of Longworth, TX 
						24Jul44. Accident at Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS 27Oct49.
					32668 (MSN 88-10943) Squadron C, 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Moore Field 6Apr45. Crashed 
						after mechanical failure when the pilot bailed out nineteen miles northwest of 
						Mission 25Jul45
					32669 (MSN 88-10944) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when the aircraft struck terrain between Yoakum and Pawnee, TX 4Oct43. 
						3020th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), La Junta Field, CO. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at La Junta Field 30Mar45. 
					32670 (MSN 88-10945) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 20May43. Force 
						landed after engine failure at Randolph Field 23Jun43. 2511th Base Unit 
						(Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged when taxying 
						in accident with AT-6C 42-49058 at Bryan Field 29May45. 
					32671 (MSN 88-10946) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Randolph Field 15Aug43
					32672 (MSN 88-10947) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged by structural failure at Randolph Field 
						25Feb43. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph 
						Field 29May44. Damaged landing in bad weather at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX 
						25Nov44. Damaged in collision with parked Beech AT-11 Kansan 42-37305 when 
						taxying at Grand Prairie Auxiliary Field #2, TX 26May45. Damaged when nosed
						over taxying at Randolph Field 29Jun45. Damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at Randolph Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 4Sep45. 136th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Training Center), Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. Damaged landing at 
						Selfridge AFB 1Feb48. 2242nd Air Force Reserve Training Center, Selfridge AFB, 
						Mount Clemens, MI. Damaged when ground looped landing at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL 7Mar50.
					32673 (MSN 88-10948) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Wrecked in an accident after colliding with a bird eight miles 
						southeast of Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 19May43.
					32674 (MSN 88-10949) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Alamo Field, San Antonio Municipal Airport, TX 
						17Aug43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed one mile northeast of Cat 
						Spring, TX 24Apr44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32471 landing at Alma CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, GA 16Nov44. Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 19Oct45
					32675 (MSN 88-10950) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Randolph Field 20Jun43. Damaged by structural 
						failure at Randolph Field 9Feb44. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by structural 
						failure eight miles east of San Antonio 23Jan45. Fatal crash seven miles southwest of 
						Seguin, TX 23May45 (2KIS).
					32676 (MSN 88-10951) Advanced Flying School, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 89th 
						Sub Depot, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at 
						Randolph Field 22Jun43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6D 42-84208 at Aloe Field 31Mar44. Squadron C-2, 2538th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Crash landed 
						at Aloe Field 4Jun45
					32677 (MSN 88-10952) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
						eleven miles southeast of Marianna Field, FL 9Sep43 (2KIS).
					32678 (MSN 88-10953) 694th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6B 41-17408 taxying at Marianna Field 15Dec42. Damaged taxying at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 25Jan43. 2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 13Jun44. 2116th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in collision on the ground with AT-6C 41-32457 at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 4Oct45.
					32679 (MSN 88-10954) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control four miles southwest of Willacoochee, GA 11Aug44 (1KIS).
					32680 (MSN 88-10955)
					32681 (MSN 88-10956) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL.
						 Damaged landing at Gunter Field 31May45.
					32682 (MSN 88-10957) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 41-43966 five miles northeast of Marianna Field 30Oct43. 
					32683 (MSN 88-10958) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged in collision
						with AT-6C 41-32650 taxying at Marianna Field 15Dec42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Marianna Field 26Nov43. 318th Flying Training Detachment 
						(Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Appeared 
						in archive footage in the TV series documentary ‘The Color of War’ [2009-2011]. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14486
					32684 (MSN 88-10959)697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Force landed on fire at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #9, Valparaiso, FL 11May44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6D 42-84225 when taxying at Napier Field 24Feb45. Damaged landing at 
						Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL 10Nov45. 444th Base Unit, Air Force Reserve, 
						Greater Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. Damaged landing at Youngstown 
						Municipal Airport, OH 18Dec47  
					32685 (MSN 88-10960) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, Valparaiso, FL 20Apr43. 890th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Tuskegee Field, AL 3Apr44. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), 
						Tuskegee Field, AL. Fatal crash six miles north of Tuskegee Field 5Oct44 (1KIS). 
					32686 (MSN 88-10961) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Marianna Field 30Aug43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with a towed target 1.5 miles south of Fort Walton 
						Beach, FL 4Jun45. 415th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton 
						Field, Novato, CA. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32231 four miles northwest of Sonoma, CA 3Apr47
					32687 (MSN 88-10962) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 8Dec42. 
						Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash 
						after the pilot lost control seven miles south of Moore Field, TX 13Jan43 (1KIS). 
					32688 (MSN 88-10963) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 14Dec42. Damaged 
						taxying at Moore Field 16Apr43. 164th Fighter Squadron, 115th Fighter Group, 
						New York Air National Guard, Stewart AFB, Newburgh, NY. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure five miles east of Hudson, NY 2May48. 115th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve 
						Unit), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged landing at Stewart Field 28May48.
					32689 (MSN 88-10964) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Aloe Field 8Apr43. Wrecked in a collision with AT-6C 42-43984 taking off from 
						Aloe Field 8Oct43
					32690 (MSN 88-10965) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Moore Field 29Dec42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 
						11Feb43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Force landed after becoming lost at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, 
						Floresville, TX 21Nov43.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14390
					32691 (MSN 88-10966) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 12Apr43. 483rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Aloe Field 7Sep43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-44361 near 
						Aloe Field 3Nov43. Damaged landing at Aloe Field 6Mar44. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident at 
						Aloe Field 22Dec44. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Altus Field, OK 13Feb45. 
						4163rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal 
						Airport, OH. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mansfield Municipal Airport, OH 28Jan47. 
					32692 (MSN 88-10967) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash into the ground 
						three miles south of Moore Field 9Mar43 (1KIS). 
					32693 (MSN 88-10968) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Crash landed after engine failure 
						at Stuttgart Auxiliary Field #2, Hazen, AR 31Mar44. Accident Texas 5Feb45. 111th 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY. Damaged landing at 
						Elmira Airport, Horseheads, Chemung County, NY 18Jul48
					32694 (MSN 88-10969) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash 38 miles 
						northeast of Moore Field, TX 7Apr43 (1KIS). 
					32695 (MSN 88-10970) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision 
						with parked Vultee BT-13B Valiant 42-89719 at Scott Field, Belleville, IL 17Apr44. 
						2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a 
						collision on the ground with AT-6C 41-32828 at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, 
						TX 13May45. 416th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Air Defense 
						Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Long Beach Municipal 
						Airport, CA 23Jun48. Accident at Connally AFB, Waco, TX 16Nov49
					32696 (MSN 88-10971)2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 3Oct45  
					32697 (MSN 88-10972) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash 
						into the ground fourteen miles southeast of Encino, TX 27Feb43 (1KIS)
					32698 (MSN 88-10973) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in 
						collision with a towed target at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 12Mar43. 4204th 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Marietta Field, GA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped at Marietta Field 20Oct46
					32699 (MSN 88-10974) 694th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially 
						damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Marianna Field 27Mar43. 
						696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-43968 at Marianna Field 17Jul43. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure at Marianna Field 14Aug43. C-1B Squadron, 
						2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Cochran Field 2Feb45. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary
						 Field #6, Ozark, AL 12Sep45. Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey;
						 arrived Aug48. Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7297. WFU
					32700 (MSN 88-10975) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Marianna Field 20Feb43. Damaged by mechanical
						failure landing at Marianna Field 14Nov43. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Gunter Auxiliary Field #1, McLemore, AL 13Jun45. Damaged in an accident 
						with AT-6C 41-32725 when landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #5, Taylor, AL 4Aug45
					32701 (MSN 88-10976) 691st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32704 on Range #30, Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 17May43 
					32702 (MSN 88-10977) H Squadron, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Valparaiso, FL 24Jan45. 
					32703 (MSN 88-10978) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 18Aug44. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 4Dec44. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 24Feb45
					32704 (MSN 88-10979) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. 691st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Severely damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32701 on Range #30, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 17May43. 
						697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Severely 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure nine miles southeast of 
						Marianna Field 28Nov43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with Boeing B-17F Fortress 
						42-6141 eighteen miles south of Marianna Field 27Dec43. 2131st Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged taxying at 
						Gunter Auxiliary Field #2, Elmore, AL 4Jul45. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6D 44-81269 at Gunter Field 21Jul45. 315th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision at Godman Field, KY 26Jan47
					32705 (MSN 88-10980)
					32706 (MSN 88-10981) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Yoakum CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 21Jun44.
					32707 (MSN 88-10982) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16142 landing at Moore Field 24May43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed 
						target at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 6Dec44. 178th Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Brooks AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Brooks Field 20Feb48. Damaged landing at Harlingen Airport, TX 30Apr48.
					32708 (MSN 88-10983) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Wrecked when force landed after engine failure and fire 
						at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 25Aug44 
					32709 (MSN 88-10984) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in 
						a collision by AT-6A 41-15962 landing at Foster Field 25Mar44. eu2532nd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-86079 at Randolph Field 10Apr45
					32710 (MSN 88-10985) 505th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 28Dec42. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Moore Field 19Sep44 
					32711 (MSN 88-10986) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control seven miles northeast of 
						Edinburg, TX 31Jan43 (2KIS)
					32712 (MSN 88-10987)
					32713 (MSN 88-10988) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Mineral Wells Municipal Airport, TX 13Sep43. 2563rd Base Unit 
						(Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Avenger Field 20Jan44. Damaged landing at Avenger 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Roscoe, TX 12Jun44. Accident at Offutt AFB, Omaha, NB 4Dec48 
					32714 (MSN 88-10989) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Moore Field 12Feb43. 
						504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32268 
						landing at Moore Field 1Oct43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore 
						Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Alice Municipal 
						Airport, TX 22Feb45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 
						6Mar45. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Edinburg, TX 26Jul45. 4136th Base Unit (Area Command), Oklahoma City Air 
						Technical Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Tinker Field 21Jun46. 4103rd Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Jackson Field, MS. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6D 
						42-81402 at Jackson Field 29Dec47. Damaged landing at Jackson Field 21Mar48.
					32715 (MSN 88-10990) 501st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-44094 taxying at Bryan Field 6Apr44.   
					32716 (MSN 88-10991) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 13Apr43. 
						Damaged in an accident at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 30May43. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32753 taxying at Love Field, Dallas, TX 
						17Sep43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 7Mar44. Squadron C, 2538th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Damaged landing at Aloe Field 2Jun45.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14410	
					32717 (MSN 88-10992) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 23Jan45. 3565th Maintenance Squadron, 
						3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Wrecked when ground 
						looped landing at Palestine Municipal Airport, TX 17May50
					32718 (MSN 88-10993) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially 
						damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Marianna Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Ellis, FL 17Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 9Apr45 
					32719 (MSN 88-10994)2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 
						30May45. Damaged landing at Napier Field 29Jun45.   
					32720 (MSN 88-10995) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident on the ground in collision by Curtiss P-40N 
						Warhawk 44-47865 taking off from Napier Field 27Apr45 (2KIS)
					32721 (MSN 88-10996) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32502 at Marianna Field 18May43. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32654 into the Gulf of 
						México near Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 28Jun43
					32722 (MSN 88-10997) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially 
						damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 18May43
					32723 (MSN 88-10998) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged 
						landing at Marianna Field 15Sep43
					32724 (MSN 88-10999) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Crash landed 
						with mechanical failure at Marianna Field 9Feb43. 697th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash after a fatal 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32606 fourteen miles east of Marianna 
						Field 13Mar44 (1KIS). 
					32725 (MSN 88-11000) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when the 
						aircraft struck terrain at Marianna Auxiliary Field #2, Malone, FL 25Oct43. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6D 42-44622 when taking off from Marianna 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Alliance, FL 18Nov43. 2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Damaged landing at Shaw Field, Sumter, SC 23May44. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6C 41-32700 at Gunter Auxiliary Field #5, Taylor, AL 4Aug45  
					32726 (MSN 88-11001) 696th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32579 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 
						24Apr44
					32727 (MSN 88-11002) 
				32728/32767 MSN 88-11043/11082  (40)
					32728 (MSN 88-11043) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Wrecked when force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile south 
						of Springfield, KY 30Dec42
					32729 (MSN 88-11044) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 12Jul43. Damaged when ground 
						looped caused by mechanical failure landing at Brooks Field 7Aug43. 483rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Field 1Mar44. Squadron C, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44.
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at on the grass at Aloe Field 5Jul44
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14332
					32730 (MSN 88-11045) 74th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, 
						Houston, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32364 taxying during 
						maintenance at Ellington Field 5Jun43. 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
						Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged landing 
						at Avenger Field 18Oct43. Damaged when ground looped landing and collided with 
						AT-6C 41-33015 at Hobbs Auxiliary Field #5, Winkler County, Wink, TX 14Mar44
					32731 (MSN 88-11046) 48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17098 ten miles northeast of 
						Foster Field 12Dec42
					32732 (MSN 88-11047) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster 
						Field 21Feb43. Damaged while parked in a collision by Curtiss P-40F Warhawk 
						41-13785 taxying at Foster Field 17Apr43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Foster Field 6Jul43. Damaged by fire at Damon Auxiliary Field, TX 20Jul43. 99th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash into the ground at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 
						18Oct43 (1KIS).
					32733 (MSN 88-11048) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Zuehl, TX 7Sep45. 
					32734 (MSN 88-11049) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by fire at Aloe Auxiliary 
						Field #10, Fannin, TX 23Mar44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged by a bird 
						strike ten miles from Aloe Field 27Jun44. Accident Louisiana 21Oct48
					32735 (MSN 88-11050) 500th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16097 taxying at Bryan Field 14Feb44. 
						Fatal crash landing two miles west of Bryan Field 16Apr44 (2KIS)
					32736 (MSN 88-11051)485th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field 5Apr43. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor 
						School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion ½ mile east of 
						Waco Field 2Apr45  
					32737 (MSN 88-11052) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-504 taxying at Foster Field 17Dec42. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 42-3923 taxying at Foster Field 10Apr43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster
						 Field 27Jun43. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32989 taxying at Foster Field 
						12Jul43. Force landed after becoming lost at Alvin, TX 13Dec43. Fatal crash after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44428 six miles southeast of Foster Field 6Apr44 (1KIS)
					32738 (MSN 88-11053) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Marianna Field 30Aug43. 
						Squadron C-1A, 2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Cochran Field 24Jan45. 
					32739 (MSN 88-11054) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Marianna Field 6Jun43. Accident at Bedford Field, MA 11Jan48. Accident at Hanscom 
						Field, Bedford, MA 5Sep48
					32740 (MSN 88-11055) 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Substantially damaged when the 
						landing gear collapsed landing at Marianna Field 29Apr43. Damaged taxying at 
						Marianna Field 21May43. Damaged in collision with a towed target at Range #35, 
						Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 9Mar44. Damaged in collision with a towed target at 
						Range #35, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 26Jul44. 2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
						Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48. Turkish Air Force / Türk 
						Hava Kuvvetleri as 7298. WFU
					32741 (MSN 88-11056) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL.
						 Damaged landing at Gunter Field 23Jul45.
					32742 (MSN 88-11057)
					32743 (MSN 88-11058) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna 
						Field, FL. Fatal crash landing at Marianna Field, FL 6Jan43 (1KIS). 
					32744 (MSN 88-11059) 692nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when nosed 
						over taxying at Marianna Field 5Dec42. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged when ground looped landing at Shaw Field 23Oct44 
					32745 (MSN 88-11060) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash after the pilot 
						lost control at Marianna Field, FL 23Feb43 (1KIS). 
					32746 (MSN 88-11061) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when the landing gear 
						collapsed landing at Marianna Field 5Sep43. 2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48958 five 
						miles east of Marianna Field 14Jun44
					32747 (MSN 88-11062) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing 
						at Marianna Field 4Jan43. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-44292 6.5 miles 
						northeast of Montgomery 11Apr45.
					32748 (MSN 88-11063) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 41-32361 taxying at Foster Field 14Jan43. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						taxying at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 26Jun44. 137th Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Wold-Chamberlain Field, 
						Minneapolis, MN. Damaged landing at Duluth Municipal Airport, MN 14Aug48.
					32749 (MSN 88-11064) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged 
						in accident with parked AT-6C 42-48999 at Eagle Pass Field 30May44. 2520th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Frederick Field, OK. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Frederick Field 13Jun45. 
					32750 (MSN 88-11065) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX 9Dec42. 99th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-498 taxying at Foster Field 12Apr44.
					32751 (MSN 88-11066) 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. Substantially damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Palm Springs Field 14Jun43. Damaged landing 
						at Palm Springs Field 3Aug43 and 7Jan44. 556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, 
						Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged landing at Winslow 
						Municipal Airport, AZ 12Jul45
					32752 (MSN 88-11067) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when the pilot 
						lost control landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 19Dec43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 21Jan44. 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed after the pilot 
						lost control five miles due east of Eagle Pass Field, TX 11Jul44
					32753 (MSN 88-11068) Advanced Flying School, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32716 taxying at Love Field, Dallas, TX 17Sep43. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 22Feb44 (2KIS).
					32754 (MSN 88-11069) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 38-421 taxying at Brooks Field 7Apr43. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 3Jul43. 2538th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Aloe Field 15Dec44
					32755 (MSN 88-11070) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident when 
						AT-6C 41-32202 nosed over at Foster Field 28Dec42. 318th Flying Training Detachment 
						(Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged 
						taxying at Avenger Field 26Jul43. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger 
						Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged landing at Avenger Field 28Oct44. Squadron C, 
						2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Waco Field 26Apr45. 3003rd Base Unit (Headquarters, 37th Flying Training Wing), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash after mechanical failure two miles northwest of 
						Elk, east of Waco, TX 9Aug45 (2KIS).
					32756 (MSN 88-11071) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Accident when taxying when a ground crewman was struck by the 
						aircraft and fatally injured at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 25May43. 
						2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Damaged 
						when force landed after engine failure three miles northwest of Bryan Field 2May44. 
					32757 (MSN 88-11072) 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Avenger Field 23Nov44. 
						2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged taxying 
						at Waco Field 11Jan45. Accident taking off from Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie 
						Hill, TX 27Jan45. 3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Crash landed after take-off from McGregor 
						Municipal Airport, TX 12Jul50.
					32758 (MSN 88-11073) 505th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine 
						failure and fire at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 14Apr43.
					32759 (MSN 88-11074) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Force landed after engine failure at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 3Feb43. 
						318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged taxying at Avenger Field 18Aug43. 
						Damaged landing at Avenger Field 23Feb44. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air 
						Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged landing at Tucson 
						Municipal Airport, AZ 29Nov44. 4161st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Bedford Field, MA. Damaged landing at Bedford Field 11Jan48.
					32760 (MSN 88-11075) 693rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Marianna Field 1Dec43. 
					32761 (MSN 88-11076) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Moore Field 15Dec42. 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, 
						Houston, TX. Crash landed at Ellington Field 31May43. 318th Flying Training 
						Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation 
						Enterprises. Damaged landing at Avenger Field 17Jul43. 2563rd Base Unit 
						(Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ 12Jun44.
					32762 (MSN 88-11077) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Accident five miles north of Moore Field 21May43
					32763 (MSN 88-11078) 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Moore Field 13Apr43. Accident Texas 11Nov43. 
						499th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure eleven miles northwest of 
						Bryan Field 15Feb44. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Bryan Field, TX. Severely damaged when force landed after engine failure eleven 
						miles northwest of Bryan Field 15Feb44. Damaged in accident with 
						AT-6A 41-16156 at Bryan Field 25Mar45. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Bryan Field 4May45. 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Marietta Field, GA. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						at Anderson West NAS, SC 9Feb47. Damaged landing at Turner AFB, Albany, GA 30May48.
					32764 (MSN 88-11079) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed 
						after engine failure near Moore Field 30Apr43. Squadron C, 2529th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed after engine 
						failure two miles north of Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan 
						City, TX 19Jul44. Damaged when ground looped at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Edinburg, TX 23May45. Crash landed at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 
						5Jun45. Accident at Hamilton AFB, Novato, CA 9Jan49
					32765 (MSN 88-11080) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 24Feb43. 504th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot 
						lost control east of Moore Field, Mission, TX 15Feb44 (2KIS).
					32766 (MSN 88-11081) 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco 
						Field, TX. Fatal crash six miles south of Whitney, TX 30Jan45 (1KIS).
					32767 (MSN 88-11082) 
				32768/32837 MSN 88-11123/11192  (70)
					32768 (MSN 88-11123) West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, 
						Newburgh, NY. Damaged in a collision with Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-22421 
						taxying at Stewart Field 25Jan43. 570th School Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged in a collision taxying at Stewart Field 7May43. 659th School Squadron, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32777 
						at Stewart Field 22Jan44. Damaged landing at Stewart Field 22Mar44. US Air 
						Mission, México. USAAF Demonstration Flight Project, Balbuena, México City. 
						Stored 1945. Transferred to Mexican Government 13Dec45. Mexican Air Force / Fuerza 
						Aérea Mexicana as EAN-783. Operated by USAAF. Crash landed 1.5 miles northeast 
						of Huitzilal, México 16Dec46. Air Transport Command, México City Airport, México.
						Damaged landing at México City Airport 30Aug47
					32769 (MSN 88-11124)570th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Accident taking off from Stewart Field 1Mar43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 20May43. 659th School 
						Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6C 41-32772 when it nosed over landing at Stewart Field 
						4Nov43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Perrin Field 13Jun45. Damaged landing at Perrin Field 
						28Jul45. 4204th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Marietta 
						Field, GA. Crash landed with mechanical failure ten miles south of Rome, GA 23Sep47. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marietta AFB 22Aug48  
					32770 (MSN 88-11125) 570th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart 
						Field 26Feb43. Damaged landing at Stewart Field 19May43. Damaged landing at 
						Stewart Auxiliary Field #2, Wallkill, NY 13Sep43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in accident 
						with AT-6C 41-32771 at Randolph Field 23Oct45. 44th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL.
						Fatal crash at five miles northeast of Franklin, AL 17Nov46.
					32771 (MSN 88-11126)570th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 
						15Jul42. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6C 41-32770 at Randolph Field 23Oct45. 
						178th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Brooks Field 24Nov46. 
						Crash landed six miles east of Brooks Field 19Mar47  
					32772 (MSN 88-11127) 570th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Substantially damaged taking off from Stewart Field 
						1Mar43. 659th School Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6C 41-32769 when it ground looped landing at Stewart Field 4Nov43. 
						2002nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Stewart Auxiliary Field #3, New Hackensack, NY 
						10Aug44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-44352 at Perrin Field 14Sep45.
					32773 (MSN 88-11128) 661st School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 40-2164 taxying at 
						Stewart Field 16Feb43. 657th School Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 2Mar43. 659th School Squadron, Stewart 
						Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 13Jan44. 
						Damaged landing at Stewart Field 5Feb44. 2002nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-
						Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stewart Auxiliary Field #2, Wallkill, NY 23Aug44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #1, Gibbons, TX 
						9May45. Damaged in a collision on the ground with AT-6C 42-48799 at Perrin Field 
						21May45
					32774 (MSN 88-11129) 657th School Squadron, United States Military Academy, 
						West Point, Stewart Field, NY. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 
						8Jul43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when parked in accident by Beech AT-10 Wichita 41-27080 
						taxying at Randolph Field 15Nov44. Crashed after mechanical failure and the pilot 
						bailed out five miles northwest of Marion, TX 5Feb45
					32775 (MSN 88-11130) 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Crash landed at Stewart Field 17Jan44. 2002nd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at Stewart Auxiliary Field #2, Wallkill, NY 22May44. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Stewart Auxiliary Field #3, New Hackensack, NY 
						8Aug44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, Davenport, TX 19Sep44. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-86033 five miles west of Randolph 
						Field 8Feb45 (2KIS). 
					32776 (MSN 88-11131) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 23Feb43. 
						657th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at West Point, NY 2Aug43. 659th School 
						Squadron, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged taxying at Stewart Field 12Jan44 
						and 17Apr44. Damaged taxying at Stewart Auxiliary Field #3, New Hackensack, NY 
						25Apr44. 2002nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 15Aug44. 3567th Maintenance 
						Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Fatal 
						accident landing at McGregor Municipal Airport, TX 20Feb50
					32777 (MSN 88-11132) 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart 
						Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32768 at Stewart 
						Field 22Jan44
					32778 (MSN 88-11133) Lend-Lease to Paraguay Government 7Dec42. Delivered to Base Aérea 
						de Campo Grande, Asunción 16Feb43.  To Paraguayan Air Force / Arma Aérea Paraguaya 
						as 78. Assembled but not in use by 13Apr44. Lineas Aéreas de Transporte Nacional (LATN). 
						Reserialled as 0101. Aviación Militar Paraguaya c.1960. Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico 
						(GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1972.
					32779 (MSN 88-11134) Lend-Lease to Paraguay Government 7Dec42. Delivered to Base Aérea 
						de Campo Grande, Asunción 16Feb43. To Paraguayan Air Force / Arma Aérea Paraguaya 
						as 79. Assembled but not in use by 13Apr44. Lineas Aéreas de Transporte Nacional 
						(LATN). Arma Aérea Revolucionaria, Concepción, Paraguay Jul47. Reserialled as 0103. 
						Aviación Militar Paraguaya c.1960. Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea 
						de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1972. 
					32780 (MSN 88-11135) Lend-Lease to Paraguay Government 7Dec42. Delivered to Base Aérea de 
						Campo Grande, Asunción 16Feb43.  To Paraguayan Air Force / Arma Aérea Paraguaya 
						as 80. Damaged by 13Apr44; waiting parts. Reserialled as 0105. Aviación Militar 
						Paraguaya c.1960. Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, 
						Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1972
					32781 (MSN 88-11136) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Mexican Government Nov42. To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						14Nov42 as 104. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-730. 
						Escuadrón Aéreo 205, Base Aérea de Ixtepec, Oaxaca [1946/50]. 
					32782 (MSN 88-11137) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease 
						to Mexican Government Nov42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						14Nov42 as 105. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-731. 
					32783 (MSN 88-11138) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Mexican Government Nov42.  To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						14Nov42 as 106. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-732. 
						Escuadrón Aéreo 204, Base Aérea de Tampico, Tamaulipas. 
					32784 (MSN 88-11139) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Mexican Government Nov42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						14Nov42 as 107. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-733. 
						Crashed Oaxaca, México 2Nov50 (2KIS). 
					32785 (MSN 88-11140) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Mexican Government Nov42.  To Mexican Air Force / Dirección de Aeronáutica Militar 
						9Dec42 as 108. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Feb44. Reserialled EAN-734
					32786 (MAN 88-11141) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-43953 taxying at Moore Field 24Mar45. Damaged 
						landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 3Apr45. Damaged landing at Moore 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 8Jun45. Damaged in a collision on 
						the ground with AT-6C 42-43947 at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan 
						City, TX 11Jul45. 3510th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, 
						Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, Bexar County 
						Airport, San Antonio, TX 31Aug49. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 
						25Oct49. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph AFB 11May50. 
					32787 (MSN 88-11142) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42. To  Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 11Mar43 
						as 11. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1243. Esquadrilha da Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de
						Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 18Jun75.
				32788 (MSN 88-11143) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
					Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
					as 12. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
					1244. 1º Esquadrão Misto de Reconhecimento e Ataque, Base Aérea de Belém, PA. 
					SOC 16Jun75.
					32789 (MSN 88-11144) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42. To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
						as 13. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1245. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 3Jan55.
					32790 (MSN 88-11145) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
						as 14. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1246. Accident at Parnaiba, PI 18Sep48. 
					32791 (MSN 88-11146) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
						as 15. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1247. SOC 24Dec45.
					32792 (MSN 88-11147) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
						as 16. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1248. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 10Mar55.
					32793 (MSN 88-11148) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42. To  Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
						as 17. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1249. SOC 17Dec47.
					32794 (MSN 88-11149) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Mar43 
						as 18. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1250. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 10Jan74.
					32795 (MSN 88-11150) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 14Apr43 
						as 19. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1251. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 5Jun74.
					32796 (MSN 88-11151) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to 
						Brazilian Government 7Dec42.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 14Apr43 
						as 20. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Reserialled as 
						1252. Hit a car and came to rest in waters on the beach at Recreio dos Bandeirantes, 
						Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 30Jan67 [1 fatality on ground]. 
					32797 (MSN 88-11152) 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 7Dec42 as 67. Escuela Militar de Aviación, Escuela Táctico, 
						Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Primero Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal 
						Sucre, Quito. Missing between Quito and Guayaquil during a mass formation flight from 
						Quito to Salinas 20Mar44 (1MIS).
					32798 (MSN 88-11153) 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 7Dec42 as 68. Escuela Militar de Aviación, Escuela Táctico, Base 
						Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Crashed near Tungurahua 25Apr43 (2KIS). 
					32799 (MSN 88-11154) 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 7Dec42 as 69. Escuela Militar de Aviación, Escuela Táctico, 
						Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Primero Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, 
						Quito. Missing between Quito and Guayaquil during a mass formation flight from Quito
						to Salinas 20Mar44 (1MIS)
					32800 (MSN 88-11155) 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart 
						Field, Newburgh, NY. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-44078 at Stewart 
						Field, NY 25Nov43 (1KIS).
					32801 (MSN 88-11156) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 27Mar45. 
						2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in an accident with 
						parked AT-6C 42-4049 when taxying at Moore Field 17May45. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 13Jun45.
					32802 (MSN 88-11157) Central School for Flexible Gunnery, Laredo Field, TX 7Dec42. 
						1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Damaged while parked in a collision by Beech AT-11 Kansan 42-36998 taxying at Laredo 
						Field 2Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 7Mar44. 2116th Base Unit
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Accident landing at New 
						Orleans NAS, LA 8May44
					32803 (MSN 88-11158) remanufactured as T-6G 49-3500.  
					32804 (MSN 88-11159) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird strike five miles west of Nada, TX 21Nov44. 
						7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field, TX 16Dec44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin Field 18May45. Damaged 
						landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #5, Gainesville, TX 25Jun45. Accident at 
						Dilley, TX 2Aug49rebuilt in 1949 as T-6G 
					32805 (MSN 88-11160) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 41-295 thirty miles southeast of Laredo Field 31Dec42 (1KIS) 
					32806 (MSN 88-11161)1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Laredo Field 12Feb44. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Central School 
						for Flexible Gunnery, Laredo Field, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile 
						north of Bunkie, LA 20May44  
					32807 (MSN 88-11162) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Laredo Field 2Mar44. 
						2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing in bad weather at Gunter Auxiliary Field #2, Elmore, AL 2Dec44
					32808 (MSN 88-11163) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged taxying at Laredo 
						Field 8Nov43. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 21Apr45
					32809 (MSN 88-11164) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16278 taxying at Laredo Field 2Jun44. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Field 
						22Feb45. Accident Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL 18Jun49
					32810 (MSN 88-11165) 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 4Feb44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Crash 
						landed after engine failure at Aloe Field 14Jul45.
					32811 (MSN 88-11166) Yuma Field, AZ 7Dec42. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged caused by mechanical failure and
						 fire at Moore Field 11Jul45. Accident at Moore Field 22Aug45. 132nd Fighter 
						Squadron, 101st Fighter Group, Maine Air National Guard, Dow AFB, Bangor, ME. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Augusta Municipal Airport, ME 14Oct50. 
					32812 (MSN 88-11167) Advanced Flying School, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Yuma Field 1Feb43. 444th Base Unit, Air Force Reserve, 
						Greater Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. Damaged when parked in accident 
						by Douglas C-47D 45-933 at Greater Pittsburgh Airport 14Apr47. 56th Troop 
						Carrier Squadron, 375th Troop Carrier Group, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, 
						Pittsburgh, PA. Damaged by mechanical failure when a side access panel 
						came adrift during flight near Greater Pittsburgh Airport 21Sep47
					32813 (MSN 88-11168) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						in a collision landing at Foster Field 28Mar44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 11Sep44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged by fire in an accident at Perrin Field 
						22Mar45. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 44-81431 at Perrin Field 28Apr45. 
						152nd Fighter Squadron, 136th Pursuit Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taking off from Brooks Field 31Jan48.
					32814 (MSN 88-11169) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Accident 
						after engine failure taking off one mile east of Wharton Municipal Airport, TX 
						22Dec43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 24Apr44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 29Sep44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Majors Field 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Caddo Mills, TX 5Apr45. Damaged landing at Perrin Field 
						18Apr45. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 
						22Aug45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Perrin Field 14Nov45.
					32815 (MSN 88-11170) 542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Luke Field 27Apr43. 345th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed at Luke Auxiliary Field 17Jul43. Registered 
						9May92 as N5WS. Reregistered 9Jul01 as N327MC as a North American/Walker/Screws 
						AT6C. Reregistered 27May04 as N5WS; current [Nov19].
					32816 (MSN 88-11171) 3014th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), 
						Douglas Field, AZ. Force landed after engine failure 2.5 miles northwest of St 
						David, AZ 2Aug44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke 
						Field, Glendale, AZ. Crash landed caused by pilot error at Luke Field 3Apr45. 
						Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 5Jun45. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision 48 miles south of Salome CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, AZ 19Jul45
					32817 (MSN 88-11172) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Fatal crash after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32082 at Yuma Auxiliary Field #1, AZ 21Sep43 (2KIS)
					32818 (MSN 88-11173) Advanced Flying School, Yuma Field, AZ. Accident two miles 
						from Yuma Field 21May43. 165th Fighter Squadron, 123rd Fighter Group, 
						Kentucky Air National Guard, Standiford Field, Louisville, KY. Force landed 
						after engine failure two miles southeast of Chaplin, KY 27May50.
					32819 (MSN 88-11174) 1117th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Yuma Field 25Dec42. 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Force landed after 
						engine failure ten miles east of Yuma Field 15May43. 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 
						20Oct44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6D 44-80970 taxying at Merced Field 
						11Jun45.
					32820 (MSN 88-11175)
					32821 (MSN 88-11176)  Accident at Long Beach Airport, California 3Feb49.
					32822 (MSN 88-11177) Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle 
						Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 
						4Sep44. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 11Dec44. Damaged when
					 	nosed over taxying at Eagle Pass Field 27Feb45. 
					32823 (MSN 88-11178) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 18Dec42. 
						482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32397 taxying 
						at Aloe Field 3May43. 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Avenger Field 18Jan44. 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig 
						Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Altar, Sonora, México 24Jul44. 
					32824 (MSN 88-11179) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 27Feb43. Idaho Air National Guard, Boise Air Terminal, ID. 
						Accident at Boise Air Terminal 8Oct49.
					32825 (MSN 88-11180) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16530 landing at Moore Field 15Apr44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged by a bird strike five miles northwest 
						of Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 6Oct44.
					32826	(MSN 88-11181)	481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32208 while taxying at Aloe Field 21Apr43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision over 
						Nada, TX 20Nov44. 2515th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Two Engine), 
						Dodge City Field, KS. Damaged when ground looped at Dodge City Field 24Apr45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Smoky Hill Field, Salina, KS 9May45. 179th 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Bergstrom Field, 
						Austin, TX. Damaged taxying at Bergstrom Field 23Jan47
					32827 (MSN 88-11182) 53rd Air Base Squadron (Special), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 31Oct43. 481st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control four miles north 
						of Matagorda Island, TX 15Feb44 (2KIS)
					32828 (MSN 88-11183) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crash landed 
						after becoming lost eight miles north of Zapata, TX 7Apr43.
						2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-4089 thirty miles north of Moore Field 
						16May44. Damaged in a collision on the ground with AT-6C 41-32695 at 
						Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 13May45
					32829 (MSN 88-11184) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger 
						Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged while 
						parked in collision by AT-6D 42-48939 taxying at Avenger Field 8Jul43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Mineral Wells Municipal Airport, TX 24Jul43. 
						Damaged landing at Avenger Field 17Sep43. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 42-4092 taxying at Amarillo Field, TX 21Jan44. US Military Mission, 
						Cali AB, Colombia by May46. American Republics Project to Colombian Air 
						Force / Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 21Jul47 as 750. 
						Conflict:
						111th Fighter Squadron, 136th Fighter Group, Texas Air National Guard, 
						Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in collision on the ground with 
						AT-6C 42-43898 at Ellington Field 22Jun47
					32830 (MSN 88-11185) San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Mexican Government 9Dec42. Mexican Air Force / Dirección de 
						Aeronáutica Militar 21Jan43 as EAN-735. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
						10Feb44. Extant Sep52. Zapopan Air Base Museum, Jalisco, México
					32831 (MSN 88-11186) Advanced Flying School, Yuma Field, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground ten miles southeast of Yuma Field 26Jan43 (1KIS)
					32832 (MSN 88-11187) 1118th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Yuma Field 12Feb43. 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision over Arizona 28Mar44  
					32833 (MSN 88-11188) 1118th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged taxying 
						during maintenance at Yuma Field 9May43. 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 5Dec43. 
						3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Mid-air collision with TB-25C Mitchell 42-32383 and crashed near Lake Pleasant, 
						thirty miles north of Luke Field 19Aug44 (1KIS). In 1944, Warner Brothers began 
						filming their upcoming movie “God Is My Co-Pilot”. The movie was an autobiographical 
						account of a USAAF fighter pilot who fought in the South Pacific during the early 
						years of WWII. The film crew chose to shoot the movie in Arizona and used Luke 
						Field as their headquarters. For their aerial combat shots, they had a number of 
						North American AT-6 Texans repainted to resemble the Mitsubishi A6M Zero. 
						On this particular day, the Warner Brothers film crew was near Lake Pleasant in 
						their Beech C-45 filming what was supposed to be an attack by four Japanese Zeros 
						on a formation of B-25 Mitchell bombers. As the AT-6's attacked the formation of 
						B-25's from above, one AT-6 accidentally crashed into the wing of a Mitchell bomber. 
						Tragically, no one was able to escape from either plane before they crashed on the desert terrain.
					32834 (MSN 88-11189) 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged while 
						parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-555 taxying on the parking ramp 
						at Ajo Field 5Sep44.
					32835 (MSN 88-11190) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 3Jul45. 
						444th Base Unit, Air Force Reserve, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. 
						Damaged landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport 25Oct46. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport 6Jul47. 
					32836 (MSN 88-11191)
					32837 (MSN 88-11192) 1119th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Destroyed when 
						crashed into the ground twelve miles east of Yuma Field 23Apr43.
				32838/32917 MSN 88-11233/11312  (80)
					32838 (MSN 88-11233) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 5Jul43. 
						2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing nineteen miles northwest of 
						Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 17Mar45. 172nd Fighter 
						Squadron, 127th Fighter Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Kellogg 
						Field, Battle Creek, MI. Damaged taxying at Kellogg Field 29Nov47.
					32839 (MSN 88-11234) 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 15Jul43. Accident taking off from 
						Aloe Field 15Dec43. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged landing at Aloe 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 9Feb45. Damaged in a collision on the 
						ground at Aloe Field 19Jun45. 
					32840 (MSN 88-11235) 505th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6C 42-4048 taxying during 
						maintenance at Moore Field 5May43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 42-4045 at Moore Field 30Aug43. Substantially damaged 
						landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 14Mar44.
					32841 (MSN 88-11236)
					32842 (MSN 88-11237) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 1Mar44.
					32843 (MSN 88-11238) 2541st Base Unit, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taking off from Matagorda Peninsula Field, 
						TX 25May44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, 
						Sherman, TX. Damaged in an accident caused by bad weather at 
						Perrin Field 16Mar45.
					32844 (MSN 88-11239) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						in an accident after engine failure at Moore Field 14Feb44. 4131st Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Offutt Field, Omaha, NB. 
						Damaged after engine failure taking off from Offutt Field 10Nov46. Accident 
						at Toledo Municipal Airport, OH 8Dec48
					32845 (MSN 88-11240) 506th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #2, Mission, TX 16Apr43. 504th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal accident 
						38 miles southeast of Kingsville, TX 1Dec43 (1KIS)
					32846 (MSN 88-11241) 53rd Air Base Squadron (Special), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 2.5 miles southwest 
						of Somerset, TX 9Oct43 (2KIS). 
					32847 (MSN 88-11242) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Accident 
						taking off from Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 
						15Jan44. Crashed after structural failure of wing during aerobatics twelve 
						miles WNW of Moore Field 25Apr44. The pilot in the front cockpit was able 
						to bail out, but the WASP rear seat pilot was unable to exit and was killed.
					32848 (MSN 88-11243) 
					32849 (NSN 88-11244) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						330th Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged taxying 
						at Ajo Gunnery Range #2, AZ 17Jan44. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Ajo Field 4Mar44. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in an 
						accident by AT-6A 41-16354 taxying on the parking ramp at Ajo Field 17May44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Field 13Sep44. 3008th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Force landed after fuel exhaustion 
						in bad weather five miles south of Chililli, CA 8Apr45
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14694
					32850 (NSN 88-11245) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 4Mar44. 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
						at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 19Jun44. 61st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Byrd Field, Richmond, VA. Damaged landing at Byrd Field 12Jul48.
					32851 (MSN 88-11246) 568th Base Unit, 4th Operational Training Unit, 
						Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Wrecked when force landed 
						after engine failure twenty miles northwest of Brownsville 29Sep44
					32852 (MSN 88-11247)950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged when ground
						looped landing at Yuma Field 23Jun43. 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped at Marana Field 3Jan44. 468th 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Memphis Municipal 
						Airport, TN. Damaged landing at Memphis Municipal Airport 23Jun47  
					32853 (MSN 88-11248) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 6Jun43. Crashed 
						after a collision with Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 42-22387 during take-off 
						from Foster Field, Victoria, TX 23Sep43 (1KIS).
					32854 (MSN 88-11249) Advanced Flying School, Yuma Field, AZ. Crashed 
						after fuel exhaustion at Colfred, AZ 29Mar43. 859th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 6Mar44. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Crashed in 
						bad weather seven miles southwest of Sherman 23Apr45 (2KIS)
					32855 (MSN 88-11250) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 7Dec43. 3011th 
						Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32255 on 
						the ground at Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 28May44. 444th Base Unit, Air 
						Force Reserve, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. Damaged taxying 
						at Greater Pittsburgh Airport 6Jul47. 
					32856 (MSN 88-11251)
					32857 (MSN 88-11252)
					32858 (MSN 88-11253) 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Crashed after the pilot lost control fifteen 
						miles southeast of Williams Field 21Mar44 (2KIS
					32859 (MSN 88-11254) Training Command, Willow Run Airport, 
						Ypsilanti, MI. Fatal crash eight miles north of Willow Run Airport 13Jan43
					32860 (MSN 88-11255) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 22Apr43. 755th Basic Flying 
						Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when force 
						landed after engine failure twelve miles southeast of Safford, AZ 15Dec43
					32861 (MSN 88-11256) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged while 
						parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16518 at Moore Field 25Mar44. 315th 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Godman Field, 
						Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-48939 
						taxying at Godman Field 30Jul47.
					32862 (MSN 88-11257) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Moore Field 11Aug43. Remanufactured as T-6G 49-3186
					32863 (MSN 88-11258) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Rio Grande Field, Sullivan City, TX 19Jul45
					32864 (MSN 88-11259) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Accident taking 
						off after engine failure at Moore Field 8Oct43.
					32865 (MSN 88-11260) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32575 landing at Aloe Field 10Apr43. 2543rd Base Unit
						 (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Waco 
						Auxiliary Field, Hillsboro, TX 10Jan45
					32866 (MSN 88-11261) Supplied to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived 
						Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7299. Air Education 
						Corps Command / Hava Egitim Kolordu KomutanlNoNoNo. Departing from Izmir-CiNoli 
						AFB, crashed after a mid-air collision with another aircraft at KozaNoaci/Buca, 
						Turkey 12Jul58 (1KIS). .
					32867 (MSN 88-11262) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 1Apr43. 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor 
						School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Waco Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Aquilla, TX 9Jan45.
					32868 (MSN 88-11263) 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at 
						Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 27May43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Brooks Field 18Jun43. Force landed after engine failure 
						seven miles southeast of Brooks Field 11Jul43. 
					32869 (MSN 88-11264) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 27Jan43. 
						504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged when crash landed 
						twenty miles south of Mirando City, TX 19Oct43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at Moore Field 24May45. Squadron C, 
						76th Base Unit, Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Fatal crash at Langley Field 22Feb46.
					32870 (MSN 88-11265) 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan 
						Field, TX. Damaged in collision on the ground with AT-6C 42-48907 at Bryan 
						Field 11May44. 
					32871 (MSN 88-11266) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-16091 at Marana Field 4Jul45
					32872 (MSN 88-11267) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision 
						with Curtiss-Wright AT-9 Jeep 42-57038 taxying at Yuma Auxiliary Field #2, AZ 
						25Aug43,   Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14466
					32873 (MSN 88-11268) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Destroyed in a fatal crash caused by mechanical failure three miles southwest of 
						Eloy, AZ 18Apr45.
					32874 (MSN 88-11269) 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed after engine failure four miles southeast of 
						Snelling, CA 17May45.
					32875 (MSN 88-11270)
					32876 (MSN 88-11271) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-48942 landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 20Mar44. 3020th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Two Engine), La Junta Field, CO. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						La Junta Field 6Apr45. 
					32877 (MSN 88-11272) 444th Fighter Squadron, 328th Fighter Group, Hamilton Field, 
						Novato, CA. TDY Concord Field, CA Sep43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Concord Field, CA 4Dec43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed with mechanical failure 
						one mile east of Las Vegas, NV 10Nov45
					32878 (MSN 88-11273) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged taxying ten miles 
						east of Yuma Field 12May43. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ajo Field 13Jun44
					32879 (MSN 88-11274) 468th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32224 on the ground at Memphis Municipal Airport 3Mar48. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision fifteen miles northwest of Nashville, TN 22Aug48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14385
					32880 (MSN 88-11275) 
					32881 (MSN 88-11276) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						in an accident during maintenance at Aloe Field 9Feb43. 485th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Yoakum 
						CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 14Apr43. 481st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Yoakum 
						CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 13Aug43 
 					32882 (MSN 88-11277) Squadron C-1, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 29Nov44. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Zuehl, TX 3Jan45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, 
						Sherman, TX. Damaged taxying at Perrin Auxiliary Field #5, Gainesville, TX 30Aug45.
					32883 (MSN 88-11278) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe 
						Auxiliary Field, TX 4Apr43. 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure 1.5 miles 
						south of Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 27Jul44. 2543rd Base Unit 
						(Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Crash landed with mechanical
						failure 1.5 miles east of Mart, TX 6Mar45.
					32884 (MSN 88-11279) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Aloe Auxiliary Field, TX 7May43. 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Waco Field, TX 7May45.
					32885 (MSN 88-11280) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger
						Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged in collision 
						with parked AT-6C 42-48932 when taxying at Avenger Field 1Jul43. 483rd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Yoakum 
						CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 24Mar44. Squadron C, 2538th Base
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-84207 17.5 miles north of 
						Goliad, TX 22May44 (1KIS). 
					32886 (MSN 88-11281) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Aloe Field 2Apr43. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin Field 5Apr45. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-4021 at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Gaskin, TX 12May45. Accident at Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ 19Dec48
					32887 (MSN 88-11282) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake 
						Charles Field, LA. Damaged taxying at Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 20Dec42. 
						482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed after the pilot bailed out 
						at Yorktown, TX 1Jul43 
					32888 (MSN 88-11283) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially 
						damaged taking off from Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 1May43. 
						Crashed into the ground thirteen miles south of Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 
						30Jun43
					32889 (MSN 88-11284)856th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged 
						by a bird strike at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 26Mar43. 857th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 4Mar44. 4122nd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve 
						Unit), Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Damaged landing at Hensley 
						Field 6Mar48. Accident five miles west of Waco, TX 29Mar49  
					32890 (MSN 88-11285) Accident Texas 12Dec44
					32891 (MSN 88-11286) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when 
						crashed after engine failure ten miles east of Yuma Field 17May43. Accident 
						at Olmsted AFB, Middletown, PA 11Dec48
					32892 (MSN 88-11287) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed after 
						engine failure one mile west of Luke Auxiliary Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 19Aug43
					32893 (MSN 88-11288) 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 28Dec43. 3028th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Luke Field 10May45 and 9Aug45. 114th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Newark Field, NJ. Damaged taxying at Newark Field 30Jan48
					32894 (MSN 88-11289) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after losing control eight miles south of Yuma Field 17Jun43.
					32895 (MSN 88-11290) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana Field 7Mar44. 4161st Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Bedford Field, MA. Damaged taxying at Hanscom 
						Field, Bedford, MA 16Feb48. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 0.5 mile 
						northwest of Carlisle, MA 9Jul48
					32896 (MSN 88-11291) Advanced Flying School, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6C 42-3966 taxying at Luke Field 1Sep43. 3028th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 24Apr45. 
						Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 10Jul45  
					32897 (MSN 88-11292) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Crashed into the
						ground 400 yards south of the Ground Gunnery Range, Yuma, AZ 16Jul43
					32898 (MSN 88-11293)
					32899 (MSN 88-11294) 140th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air 
						Defense Command, Sioux City Field, IA. Crash landed after engine failure 
						at Sioux City Field 9Dec46. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force. WFU. Derelict at Tatoi AB, 
						Dekelia, Greece [last noted Apr96]. Pallis Foundation, Koropi Kalivia, Attiki, 
						Greece [last noted Aug10]. The private military collection, belonging to fugitive 
						ship owner Anastasios Pallis, has closed since Pallis, who was fleeing justice 
						for an economic crime, was to be charged with weapons possession along with 
						two members of staff.  
					32900 (MSN 88-11295) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 12Feb44. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery 
						School), Kingman Field, AZ. Missing en route Palmdale to Mines Field, Los 
						Angeles, CA 21Apr45 (2MIS)
					32901 (MSN 88-11296) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed 
						after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out at Caldwell, TX 26Nov43
					32902 (MSN 88-11297) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at 
						Aloe Field 10Mar43. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after losing control 
						seven miles south of Meyersville, TX 14May43.
					32903 (MSN 88-11298) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after losing control 
						two miles northeast of Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 6May44. Squadron C, 
						2510th Base Unit, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 11Jun45
					32904 (MSN 88-11299) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed 
						after engine failure at Aloe Field 30Apr44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged 
						landing at Aloe Field 14Aug44. Damaged when ground looped at Aloe Auxiliary 
						Field #10, Fannin, TX 19Jan45
					32905 (MSN 88-11300) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Aloe Field 10Feb43. Substantially damaged in collision involving AT-6A 41-16749, 
						AT-6C 41-32364 and 41-32906 during take-off from Aloe Field 10Feb43. 481st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 1Feb44. 470th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve
						 Unit), Air Defense Command, Orlando AAB, FL. Damaged when ground looped at 
						Orlando AAB 28Aug46
					32906 (MSN 88-11301) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision involving 
						AT-6A 41-16749, AT-6C 41-32364 and 41-32905 during take-off from runway 35 
						at Aloe Field 10Feb43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6C 42-43987 when taxying 
						at Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 18Aug43. 
					32907 (MSN 88-11302) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged by a bird strike twenty-five miles south of Aloe Field 15Jan43
					32908 (MSN 88-11303) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed into the ground 
						fifteen miles northwest of Comfort, TX 2Jul43
					32909 (MSN 88-11304) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Aloe Auxiliary Field, TX 20Mar43. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged in a collision 
						with the ground near Aloe Field 13Jun45. Fatal crash 8.5 miles northwest of 
						Victoria 7Aug45
					32910 (MSN 88-11305) 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan 
						Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Bryan Field 25Jun45. 
					32911 (MSN 88-11306) 139th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Scott Field, Belleville, IL. Damaged landing at Scott AFB 4Apr48.
					32912 (MSN 88-11307) 175th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged landing at Ellington Field 21Feb47. 
						Accident seven miles north of Hernando, MS 6Nov48.
					32913 (MSN 88-11308) 755th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Marana Field 23Nov43. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						ten miles west of Kingston, CA 26Oct45.
					32914 (MSN 88-11309) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 27Mar44. 140th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Sioux City Field, IA. Damaged landing at Sioux City Field 27Jun47.
					32915 (MSN 88-11310) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 
						12Jul44. Fatal crash taking off from Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 
						28Mar45 (2KIS).
					32916 (MSN 88-11311) 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center),
						 Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Fatal crash eight miles northwest of Roggan, CO 4Jul45 (1KIS).
					32917 (MSN 88-11312) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Fatal crash after structural failure at 
						Ajo Field 29Apr44 (1KIS).
				32918/32997 MSN 88-11353/11432 (80)
					32918 (MSN 88-11353) Advanced Flying School, Stockton Field, CA 21Dec42. 
						468th Fighter Squadron, 508th Fighter Group, Seventh Air Force, Kahuku 
						Field, Oahu, TH. Damaged in a mid-air collision ten miles northwest 
						of Homestead Field, TH 23Feb45. Mokuleia Field, Oahu, TH 25Feb45.
					32919 (MSN 88-11354) 17th Tow Target Squadron, Seventh Air Force, Wheeler 
						Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. Damaged when ground looped at Wheeler 
						Field 2Nov45.
					32920 (MSN 88-11355) 467th Fighter Squadron, 508th Fighter Group, Seventh 
						Air Force, Kahuku Field, Oahu, TH. Mokuleia Field, Oahu, TH 25Feb45. 
						Damaged landing at Mokuleia Field 31Mar45.
					32921 (MSN 88-11356) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Seventh Air 
						Force, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. Damaged when ground looped 
						at Hickam Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH 9Aug46.
					32922 (MSN 88-11357) 45th Fighter Squadron, 15th Fighter Group, Seventh Air 
						Force, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. Damaged landing at Wheeler 
						Field 29Apr46.
					32923 (MSN 88-11358)
					32924 (MSN 88-11359) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 16Apr43. Damaged in 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-4150 at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Seguin, TX 26Jul43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Randolph Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Marion, TX 9Mar45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 6Apr45. Damaged when ground looped at 
						El Paso Municipal Airport, TX 28Jul45. 139th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Scott Field, Belleville, IL. Damaged in a collision on 
						the ground at Scott AFB 18Jul48.
					32925 (MSN 88-11360) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 29Jan43. 43rd Basic Flying Training Squadron, 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Wrecked in an accident landing at Randolph 
						Field 31Mar43
					32926 (MSN 88-11361) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 3Oct43. 2532nd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Force 
						landed after engine failure six miles south of Randolph Field 4Sep44. Damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Randolph Field 15Mar45. 
					32927 (MSN 88-11362) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 7Mar43. 
						Damaged by a bird strike ten miles west of Yoakum, TX 22Aug43. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Field 24Aug43. 2532nd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Selman Field, Monroe, LA 25Jun44. Damaged 
						taxying at Randolph Field 11Aug44. Wrecked when force landed after engine 
						failure 1.5 miles northwest of Randolph Field 9Jan45. 406th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. Damaged 
						when nosed over in an accident at McChord Field 1Mar47. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 49-3232
					32928 (MSN 88-11363) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, 
						Davenport, TX 18Apr45  
					32929 (MSN 88-11364) Advanced Flying School, Yuma Field, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged taxying at Yuma Field 13Jan43. 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 16Oct43. Substantially 
						damaged with engine failure after taking off three miles west of Cutter Field, Globe, AZ 
						6Nov43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 
						20Dec43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6C 42-85689 at Luke Field 9Jun45.
					32930 (MSN 88-11365) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash five miles northwest of
						 Hachita, NM 1Jul45 (2KIS).
					32931 (MSN 88-11366) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke 
						Field 8Mar45. Mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17381 during take-off 
						from Luke Field 25May45. 562nd Bomb Squadron, 338th Bomb Group, 
						Air Force Reserve, Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL. Damaged taxying at 
						Orchard Place Airport 18Dec47. 
					32932 (MSN 88-11367) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 4Aug43. Fatal crash into the ground 
						at Red Rock, AZ 3Apr44 (2KIS). 
					32933 (MSN 88-11368) 307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma 
						Field, AZ. Fatal crash ten miles southwest of Yuma, AZ 25Mar43 (1KIS).
					32934 (MSN 88-11369) Accident at Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM 29Nov49. 
						Accident at Vance AFB, Enid, OK 23Jul52.
					32935 (MSN 88-11370) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure five miles west of Luke Field 
						25Nov43. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion three miles south of Luke Field 
						7Mar44. 3021st Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 19May45. Force landed after 
						engine failure twelve miles north of Las Vegas 9Aug45
					32936 (MSN 88-11371) 331st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense 
						Command, Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. Fatal crash at Stout Field 30Jul47
					32937 (MSN 88-11372) 
					32938 (MSN 88-11373) 345th 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 #5, Buckeye, AZ 
						30Apr43. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed on Towers Mountain, 
						the highest peak in the Bradshaw Mountains near Crown King, AZ 25Mar44. 
						Three AT-6C aircraft departed from Luke Field for a 3½ hour proficiency flight; 
						it is not known if they planned to fly in formation or individually. The weather 
						that afternoon consisted of moderate turbulence and scattered cumulus clouds 
						with a cold front forming. Further north of Phoenix, the wind started to pick up 
						and there were reported gusts of up to 30 mph. The three aircraft had not returned 
						to Luke Field by that evening and without any word from the three aircraft they 
						were officially reported as missing. Base officials had no idea where to start their 
						search since all three of the pilots had not indicated to the Flying Operations 
						Officer where they planned on flying. The search for the aircraft was called off 
						1Apr44. On 28 July 1944, just over 4 months after they crashed, a Luke Field 
						aircraft flying near Crown King in the Bradshaw Mountains spotted silver 
						aluminum among pine trees that appeared to be a plane. The following day, crash 
						investigators made their way down the steep canyon and found that the plane had 
						crash landed. Although the plane had been damaged upon impact, it was in 
						surprisingly good condition with the wings and fuselage relatively intact. The plane’s 
						identity was confirmed by the serial number as that of 42-49009. The two other AT-6’s 
						had crashed a quarter mile further up the canyon. These two planes had hit much
						 harder and the twisted, burned remnants were all that remained. It appeared that the 
						formation had tried to fly up the canyon just above tree-top level and, not realizing 
						there was a strong downdraft until it was too late, simply didn’t have enough 
						horsepower to climb out. Small amounts of wreckage, including part of a tail section, 
						that were scattered down a slope above the crashes indicates where they had tried 
						to turn around, but instead clipped the trees on a ridge before plunging into the 
						canyon below
					32939 (MSN 88-11374) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Marana Field 1Dec44. 103rd Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Columbia Field, SC. Damaged when ground looped at Lexington 
						County Airport, SC 15Feb47.
					32940 (MSN 88-11375) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when the pilot lost 
						control landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 23Nov43. 3028th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion at Camp Wood, Prescott, AZ 31Aug44. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-4016 
						on the ground at Minter Field 6Jul45. 136th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training 
						Center), Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. Damaged caused by mechanical failure 
						one mile south of Flint, MI 12Oct47. 3565th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th 
						Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Damaged taxying at 
						Connally AFB 18Jul50
					32941 (MSN 88-11376) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Fatal crash into the ground twenty 
						miles southeast of Yuma Field 31Mar43 (2KIS)
					32942 (MSN 88-11377) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Fatal crash into the ground thirteen miles northwest of Eagle Pass 
						Field 31Jan43 (1KIS). 
					32943 (MSN 88-11378)826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32611 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 27May43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with 41-33043  
						twelve miles east of Eagle Pass Field 30Jun44 (1KIS). . 
					32944 (MSN 88-11379) 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 Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 17Mar43. Damaged 
						landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 18Jun43. Crashed after fuel 
						exhaustion at Seminary, MS 28Aug43
					32945 (MSN 88-11380) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 14Jan43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 27Mar43. 827th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at an unidentified airfield 
						twenty-five miles west of Longfellow, TX 20Aug43. Crash landed after engine 
						failure five miles northwest of Medina, TX 7Mar44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX 18Mar45
					32946 (MSN 88-11381) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 27Mar43. 
						827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 29Jun43. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit 
						(Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing at Waco Field 18Apr45. 
						178th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Cuddihy Field NAAS, Corpus Christi, TX 15Mar48. 
					32947 (MSN 88-11382) 828th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Accident Eagle Pass Field 25Jan43. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 18May43. 826th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 6Oct43. 827th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 24Mar44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Eagle Pass Field 25Jul44. 194th Fighter Squadron, 144th Fighter Group, California 
						Air National Guard, Hayward Air National Guard Base, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Oakland Municipal Airport, CA 19Feb50.
					32948 (MSN 88-11383) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged by a bird 
						strike near Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 12Jul43. Damaged when 
						force landed after engine failure five miles northwest of Eagle Pass Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Pinto, TX 22Oct43. 430th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion five miles east of 
						Red Level, AL 7Jan44. Accident at Opelika Airport, Alabama 14Oct48. Accident 
						at Marietta AFB, GA 22Jun49.  remanufactured as T-6G 51-14384
					32949 (MSN 88-11384) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle 
						Pass Field, TX. Crashed after the pilot lost control thirteen miles northwest 
						of Cline, TX 13Jan43.
					32950 (MSN 88-11385) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32964 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 
						14Jan43. 2519th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Fort Worth 
						Field, TX. Accident taking off from Fort Worth Field 6Jul45. 3511th Maintenance 
						Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
						Force landed after engine failure three miles southwest of Randolph AFB 8May50
						Converted to T-6G 50-1279 MSN 168-443
					32951 (MSN 88-11386) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when force landed after engine failure three miles east of Eagle 
						Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 4May44. 32nd Flying Training Wing, 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a collision with the ground 
						fifty miles northeast of Safford, AZ 20Dec44. Accident at Baer Field, Fort 
						Wayne, IN 26Sep48. Accident Lowry AFB, Denver, CO 6Dec49.
					32952 (MSN 88-11387) Squadron C-3, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced,
						 Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 
						9Apr45 and 11Apr45.
					32953 (MSN 88-11388) 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with a towed target at Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 17Sep43. 3702nd Base Unit 
						(Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged landing at Buckley Field 27Jun45.
					32954 (MSN 88-11389)
					32955 (MSN 88-11390) 1117th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure fifty-seven miles north of 
						Yuma Field 8Mar43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Clear Springs, New Braunfels, TX 17May48. Accident at Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 4Aug49
					32956 (MSN 88-11391) 949th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 
						16Jun43 and 22Jun43. 3025th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), 
						Marfa Field, TX. Substantially damaged when crash landed with fuel exhaustion 
						at Marfa Field 7Feb45.
					32957 (MSN 88-11392) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 2Jun44. 3036th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Yuma Field 21Sep45.
					32958 (MSN 88-11393)
					32959 (MSN 88-11394) 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Yuma Field 14Sep43.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14419
					32960 (MSN 88-11395) 
					32961 (MSN 88-11396) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17366 during take-off from 
						Ajo Field, AZ 2Apr45
					32962 (MSN 88-11397) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Fatal crash into the ground fifteen miles northwest of Cline, TX 13Jan43 (1KIS). 
					32963 (MSN 88-11398) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 19Jan43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 30Mar43. 829th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged 
						while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16446 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 29Apr43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged by structural failure five miles north of Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita 
						North, TX 30Sep43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying on the parking ramp at Eagle Pass Field 18Dec43. 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged by structural 
						failure near Eagle Pass Field 27Sep44. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Rosita North, TX 21Oct44. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 
						11Dec44. Damaged when ground looped at Eagle Pass Field 13Feb45
					32964 (MSN 88-11399) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 6Jan43. Substantially damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32950 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 14Jan43. Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass 
						Field 4Feb43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Eagle Pass Field 7Mar43. 
						827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash after 
						the pilot lost control 0.5 mile north of Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, TX 20Mar44 (1KIS). 
					32965 (MSN 88-11400) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 12May43. Substantially damaged when the 
						landing gear collapsed landing at Midland Field, TX 8Sep43. Damaged landing at 
						Eagle Pass Field 1Oct43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass 
						Field 8Mar44. 2524th Base Unit, Independence Field, KS. Crash landed at Independence 
						Auxiliary Field #9, Cherryvale, KS 9Nov44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, 
						Central), Waco Field, TX. Crash landed at Waco Field 6Mar45
					32966 (MSN 88-11401) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crash landed after becoming lost two miles 
						north of Crane, TX 8Sep43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-49001 when taxying at the 
						end of the runway at Eagle Pass Field 10Nov43. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure taxying at Randolph Field 13Feb45. Damaged in accident with AT-6C 42-48913 
						at Randolph Field 19Jun45
					32967 (MSN 88-11402) 855th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Crashed when 
						the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32572 five miles south 
						of Elmaton, TX 19Oct43
					32968 (MSN 88-11403) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Pinto, TX 22Oct43. Squadron C, 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Lubbock Field 14Dec44. Crash 
						landed with fuel exhaustion one mile east of Jacksonville, IL 25Mar45. 415th Base 
						Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Hamilton Field, Novato, CA. Damaged when
						 ground looped at Hamilton Field 8Oct46.
					32969 (MSN 88-11404) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX; 
						code EP-164. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 1Mar43. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32969 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 23Jun43. Damaged in 
						collision with parked AT-6A 41-16334 taxying on the parking ramp at Eagle Pass 
						Field 4Oct43. 2525th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Liberal 
						Field, KS. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion two miles west of Maryville, MO 18Apr45. 
					32970 (MSN 88-11405) 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 17Feb43. 
						857th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX. Damaged landing at Austwell CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 12Sep43.
					32971 (MSN 88-11406) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass Field 4Jan43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Eagle 
						Pass Field 11Jun43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. Damaged 
						landing after engine failure at Eagle Pass Field 14Jul43. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 42-49063 at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 13Sep43. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-3920 taxying on the runway at Eagle Pass 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 19Oct43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron. Damaged when ground looped landing at Grower Auxiliary Field #1, 
						ten miles north of Eagle Pass 22Feb44. Damaged in a mid-air collision ten miles 
						northeast of Eagle Pass Field 7Apr44. Accident Texas 7Jun44. 308th Base Unit, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 14Oct46
					32972 (MSN 88-11407) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when nosed 
						over taxying at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 11Dec43. 2516th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Hondo Field, TX 
						16May44. 2514th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Two Engine) Laughlin Field, 
						Del Rio, TX. Damaged landing at Laughlin Field 7Jun44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base 
						Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6D 42-86336 when they nosed over taxying at Waco Field 12Mar45. Damaged 
						landing at Waco Field 5May45.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14389 
					32973 (MSN 88-11408) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision 
						with a towed target 35 miles southeast of Eagle Pass Field 16Dec43. Squadron C, 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Eagle Pass Field 15Jan45. 
					32974 (MSN 88-11409) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 12Feb43. Damaged by fire in an 
						accident at Eagle Pass Field 13Aug43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 14Mar44. 
					32975 (MSN 88-11410) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Accident at Eagle Pass Field 4Jan43. 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), 
						Waco Field, TX. Force landed after engine failure six miles northeast of Waco 14Jan45.
					32976 (MSN 88-11411) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 1Jul44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School,
						Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing one mile north of Nolan, TX 24May45.
					32977 (MSN 88-11412) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Eagle Pass Field 13Oct43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita 
						North, TX 24Oct44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 
						14Feb45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Pinto, TX 21Feb45. 594th Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Topeka Field, KS. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6D 42-84238 which nosed over 
						taxying at San Bernardino Field, CA 12Sep46.
					32978 (MSN 88-11413)
					32979 (MSN 88-11414) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed into the ground nine 
						miles north of Utopia, TX 31May43
					32980 (MSN 88-11415) 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 15Jan43. Damaged taxying at 
						Eagle Pass Field 4Feb43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed 
						landing at Eagle Pass Field 11Jun43. Crash landed after engine failure ten miles
						north of Eagle Pass Field 25Mar44
					32981 (MSN 88-11416) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when force 
						landed after structural failure at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, TX 8Jan44. 
						Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 2Jun45
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14374
					32982 (MSN 88-11417) 4136th Base Unit (Area Command), Oklahoma City Air Technical 
						Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged landing two miles south of 
						Russellville, AR 16Jun46
					32983 (MSN 88-11418) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 20Jan43. 97th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Goliad, TX 27Mar43. 99th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged while 
						parked in a collision by AT-6C 42-3997 taxying at Foster Field 17May43. 4163rd 
						Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Cleveland Municipal 
						Airport, OH. Damaged taxying at Cleveland Municipal Airport 17Apr48. Damaged 
						landing at Cleveland Municipal Airport 25Jul48
					32984 (MSN 88-11419) 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Substantially damaged when crash landed after engine failure at west end of Galveston 
						Island, TX 15May43. 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Waco Field 26Jan45. 136th Base Unit (Air 
						Force Reserve Training Center), Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. Damaged when 
						nosed over taxying at Selfridge Field 5Jan47. Accident at Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI 
						21Dec48
					32985 (MSN 88-11420) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Avenger Field 30Nov43. 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Waco Auxiliary Field, Hillsboro, TX 12Jan45. 
						American Republics Project to Peruvian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.  To Peruvian Air Force / Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Oct46. 
					32986 (MSN 88-11421) 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Fatal crash after engine failure at Big Spring, TX 31Mar43 (1KIS
					32987 (MSN 88-11422) 2522nd Base Unit, Majors Field, Greenville, TX. Severely 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure four miles southwest of Majors Field 18Sep44
					32988 (MSN 88-11423) Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. Used as staff transport for a 
						Brigadier General. Headquarters, Central Flying Training Command, Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 17Nov43. 468th Base Unit (Air 
						Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged 
						landing at Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL 21Aug48. 3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th 
						Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Connally AFB 15Feb50.
					32989 (MSN 88-11424) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32737 
						taxying at Foster Field 12Jul43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 13Nov43. Damaged 
						landing at Foster Field 3Feb44. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32359 taxying at 
						Foster Field 24Apr44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Ground looped in bad weather at Foster Field 2Jan45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Force landed on fire two miles west of Perrin Field 14Sep45. 3567th 
						Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with T-6C 41-32074 at Connally AFB 13Mar50. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at McGregor Municipal Airport, TX 22May50.
					32990 (MSN 88-11425) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6C 41-32761 
						landing at Avenger Field 17Jul43. Accident Burlington, IA 9Jan49. 
					32991 (MSN 88-11426) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Field 12May43. 2533rd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Goodfellow Field 21Apr45. 
					32992 (MSN 88-11427) 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX 28Dec42. 
						826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at 
						Eagle Pass Field 10May43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32590 
						landing at Harlingen Field 30Nov43. 2524th Base Unit, Independence Field, KS. Fatal crash 
						caused by structural failure four miles east of Independence Field 22Sep44 (2KIS).
					32993 (MSN 88-11428) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16446 twelve miles northwest of Moore Field 26Jul44. 
					32994 (MSN 88-11429) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16279 
						taxying at Foster Field 1Mar43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at 
						Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 15Dec43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 3Oct44. 
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion 1.5 miles south of Pelham, GA 19Dec44. Damaged landing 
						at Spence Field 23Jan45. Damaged taxying at Alma CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 17Feb45. 
						3567th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. 
						Crash landed after engine failure eight miles east of Connally AFB 29Aug50.
					32995 (MSN 88-11430) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 92nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-15921 landing at Harlingen Field 
						9Jul43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-687 taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna 
						Madre Sub-Base, TX 27Jan44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 23Feb45. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 11Jun45. Accident at Barksdale AFB, Shreveport, LA 6May45.
					32996 (MSN 88-11431)  477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Crash landed at Harlingen Field 24Feb43. Damaged when nosed 
						over taxying at Harlingen Field 26Oct43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Moore Field 22Jan44. Damaged taxying at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Edinburg, TX 26Jan44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-4126 near Moore Field 7May44. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion eight miles west of Moore Field 22Sep44. Damaged landing at Moore Field 
						18Jan45. Damaged when ground looped at Moore Auxiliary Field #3, Rio Grande Field, 
						Sullivan City, TX 10Feb45. Damaged landing at Moore Field 13May45. Supplied to Turkish 
						Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy to Istanbul, 
						Turkey; arrived Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as 7300. WFU. 
					32997 (MSN 88-11432) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-3944 taxying 
						at Eagle Pass Field 6Sep43. 159th Fighter Squadron, 116th Fighter Group, Florida Air National 
						Guard, Jacksonville Imeson Airport, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ware County 
						Airport, Waycross, GA 19Feb50.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14364
				32998/33037 MSN 88-11473/11512  (40)
					32998 (MSN 88-11473) 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 11Aug43. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed into the ground one mile east of 
						Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, TX 26Aug44
					32999 (MSN 88-11474) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in an 
						accident at Aloe Field 20Apr43. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Accident taking off in bad weather 
						from Aloe Field 23Jan45. American Republics Project to Uruguay Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						To Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica Militar Uruguaya Sep47 as 351. Escuela 
						Militar de Aeronaútica, Pando, Canelones, Montevideo [Apr48]; reserialled as 
						E-351. Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 4Dec53. Collision on the ground with 
						AT-6B 337 [42-44495] at Base Aeronáutica Nº2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina 
						2Sep81. SOC 7Jan83
					33000 (MSN 88-11475) 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee 
						Field, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 4Mar43. 
						Damaged in collision with Vultee BT-13A Valiant 42-42266 taxying at Tuskegee 
						Field 8Jun43. Damaged by a bird strike three miles south of Mitchell Dam, AL 
						3Jul43. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 25Sep43
					33001 (MSN 88-11476) 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field 13Mar43. Supplied 
						to Turkish Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered 
						by US Navy to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava 
						Kuvvetleri as 7301. WFU
					33002 (MSN 88-11477) 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 Craig Field 24Aug43. Accident Alabama 12Dec44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Field 3May45. 4204th Base Unit 
						(Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Marietta Field, GA. Damaged 
						in an accident with parked AT-6C 41-32130 when taxying at Marietta Field 13Oct46.
					33003 (MSN 88-11478) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged 
						when crash landed after fuel exhaustion one mile west of Gilbertown, AL 3Apr43. 
						92nd 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-6C 41-33005 four miles west of Selma 7May43 
					33004 (MSN 88-11479) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when 
						crashed after engine failure and fire eighteen miles southeast of Craig Field 
						10Jul43. 659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, 
						Newburgh, NY. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 41-32294 at Stewart 
						Field 19Nov43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stewart Field 6Mar44. 
						2002nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Force landed after becoming lost at Fort Plain, NY 21Aug44
					33005 (MSN 88-11480) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Selfield, AL 2Feb43. 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-33002 four miles west of Selma 7May43. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with 
						AT-6C 41-33007 twenty miles north of Craig Field 15Mar44
					33006 (MSN 88-11481) 911th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-317 at Craig Field 11Mar43. 
						Landed safely.  Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 7Apr43. 146th Fighter Squadron, 112th Fighter Group, 
						Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport 3Dec50. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14317
					33007 (MSN 88-11482) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 5Aug43. 
						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-6C 41-33005 
						twenty miles north of Craig Field 15Mar44 
					33008 (MSN 88-11483) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 22Aug43.
					33009 (MSN 88-11484) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL.  Damaged in a mid-air collision three miles east of Orrville, AL 13Dec44.
					33010 (MSN 88-11485) 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 6Jun43. 44th Base Unit, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing two miles southeast of Luverne, AL 
						17Mar47.
					33011 (MSN 88-11486) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 8Apr43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Craig Field 30Nov43.
					33012 (MSN 88-11487) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Lake Charles Field, LA. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision 1½ miles east of Reeves, LA 8Jan43. 99th Single
					 	Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident with 
						AT-6A 41-15924 at Foster Field 3Nov43. 4119th Base Unit (Mobile Air Technical 
						Service Command), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL. Damaged when ground looped at 
						Brookley Field 4Sep46. 438th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), 
						Air Defense Command, Reading Municipal Airport, PA. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after engine failure 4.5 miles west of Reading Municipal Airport 3Feb48.
					33013 (MSN 88-11488) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Foster Field 6Feb43 
					33014 (MSN 88-11489) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird strike 
						at Aloe Field 19Apr44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Force landed with mechanical 
						failure two miles south of Choate, TX 7Jun44. Damaged when nosed over 
						taxying at Aloe Field 2Sep44. 562nd Bomb Squadron, 338th Bomb Group, 
						Air Force Reserve, Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL. Damaged landing at 
						Orchard Place Airport 14Dec47. Accident at Orchard Place Airport 12May49. 
						Accident at Connally AFB, Waco, TX 18Aug49.
					33015 (MSN 88-11490) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Avenger Field 20Jan44. Damaged taxying in collision by 
						AT-6C 41-32730 which ground looped landing at Hobbs Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Winkler County, Wink, TX 14Mar44. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), 
						Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Force landed after engine failure three miles 
						southeast of London, TX 4Oct44.
					33016 (MSN 88-11491	432nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 9Apr43.
					33017 (MSN 88-11492) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged caused by structural failure five miles north of Goliad, TX 22Jan43. 
						485th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed caused by mechanical 
						failure at Aloe Auxiliary Field, TX 23Feb43. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air 
						Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged when the pilot lost 
						control landing at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX 5Oct44. 
 						131st Fighter Squadron, 102nd Fighter Group, Massachusetts Air National Guard, 
						Barnes Municipal Airport, Westfield, MA. Damaged by mechanical failure 
						landing at Otis AFB, Mashpee, MA 16Aug48. Accident at Barnes Municipal 
						Airport 25Jun49.
					33018 (MSN 88-11493) Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), 
						Waco Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Waco Field 13Jan45. 
						Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 20Mar45.
					33019 (MSN 88-11494) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe 
						Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control seven miles 
						northwest of Aloe Field 24Feb43 (1KIS). 
					33020 (MSN 88-11495) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Aloe Field 26Jan43. 484th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged by fire at Aloe Field 18Mar43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Aloe Field 13Dec43. Force landed after engine failure one mile south of 
						Gonzales, TX 27Jan44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged landing at Pawnee 
						CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 9Jan45.
					33021 9MSN 88-11496)	Navigator School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA 29Dec42. 
						89th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 7May43. 
						944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-48949 
						landing at Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 26Jul43. 476th Base Unit (Air Force 
						Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged
						by mechanical failure landing at Gunter Field 21Sep47
					33022 (MSN 88-11497) 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Fatal crash after 
						the pilot lost control at Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 28Aug44 (1KIS).
					33023 (MSN 88-11498) Accident at Scott AFB, Belleville, IL 12Mar49.
					33024 (MSN 88-11499)	944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th 
						Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Ajo Field 28Apr44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, 
						Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #5, Potter, El Nido, CA 
						29Mar45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Merced Field 17May45. 
						3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM 28Oct45
					33025 (MSN 88-11500) 89th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Wrecked in a collision with AT-6C 41-33026 
						landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 22Apr43.
					33026 (MSN 88-11501) 89th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron,
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-33025 
						landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 22Apr43. 3020th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Two Engine), La Junta Field, CO. Damaged taxying at 
						Stapleton Field, Denver, CO 12Dec44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped at Spence Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 27Sep45. Damaged when nosed over
					 	taxying at Spence Field 16Oct45. 101st Fighter Squadron, 102nd Fighter Group, 
						Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Logan Airport 18Feb47
					33027 (MSN 88-11502) 979th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when crash landed at Ajo Gunnery 
						Range, AZ 16Jun43. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th 
						Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged taxying at 
						Ajo Field 15Oct43. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground
						looped landing at Ajo Gunnery Range #2, AZ 6Jun44. Squadron C, 3036th Base 
						Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in an accident 
						by AT-6B 41-17364 taxying at Yuma Field 16Jul45
					33028 (MSN 88-11503) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather
						Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Mather 
						Field 8Feb43. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Fatal crash into the ground 
						sixteen miles south of Catarina, TX 5Dec43 (2KIS).
					33029 (MSN 88-11503)3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged landing 
						at Ajo Gunnery Range #1, AZ 18May44  
					33030 (MSN 88-11505) Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, 
						CA. Substantially damaged landing at Mather Field 23Jan43. 944th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine Gunnery Training 
						Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Ajo 
						Gunnery Range #1, AZ 9Oct43. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Ajo 
						Field 23Nov43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, 
						CA. Damaged landing at Merced Field 22Apr45
					33031 (MSN 88-11506) 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-6C 41-32103 ten 
						miles east of Tifton, GA 29Jun43
					33032 (MSN 88-11507) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Fatal accident after taking off from Spence 
						Field 18Feb44 (2KIS).
					33033 (MSN 88-11508) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing 
						at Spence Field 5May43. Damaged caused by mechanical failure at Spence 
						Field 8Jun43. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 6Aug43. 
						Damaged taxying at Spence Field 11Aug43. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-17027 during take-off from Spence Field 4Nov43. 2131st 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Gunter Auxiliary Field 9May45
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14503
					33034 (MSN 88-11509)	441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Accident taking off from Butler Municipal Airport, GA 13Jun43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 30Jul45.
					33035	MSN 88-11510	610th Base Unit (Proving Ground Complement), 
						Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion four 
						miles east of Bonifay, FL 19Jan46
					33036 (MSN 88-11511) Accident Georgia 27Sep45
					33037 (MSN 88-11512) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 20th Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32488 at Spence Field 30Jun43. 382nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 12Oct43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #2, Norman Park, 
						GA 30Oct43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 29Oct45. Supplied to Turkish 
						Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Delivered by US Navy 
						to Istanbul, Turkey; arrived Aug48.  To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 
						as 7302. WFU
				33038/33072 MSN 88-11553/11587  (35)
					33038 (MSN 88-11553) 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 #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 7Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 20Jun43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 13Dec44. E Squadron, 
						2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Tuskegee Field 15Sep45. 137th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Air Defense Command, Wold-Chamberlain Field, Minneapolis, MN. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Wold-Chamberlain Field 28Sep46. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion thirty-six miles south of Springsville, AZ 8Jul48
					33039 (MSN 88-11554) 443rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Spence Field 17Apr43. Damaged landing at 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 30Apr43. Wrecked landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 15Sep43
					33040 (MSN 88-11555) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 31Jan43. 382nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Crashed 
						after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32481 at Eglin Field Range #30, 
						Valparaiso, FL 31Jan44 (1KIS)		
					33041 (MSN 88-11556) 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing at Bryan Field 2Aug45. 
					33042 (MSN 88-11557) 482nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Aloe Field 23Mar43. Crash landed during landing at Cuero 
						Municipal Airport, TX 24Apr43. Damaged taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field, TX 
						13May43. 4163rd Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Cleveland Municipal Airport, OH. Damaged taxying at Cleveland Municipal 
						Airport 29Nov46.
					33043 (MSN 88-11558) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying 
						at Eagle Pass Field 5Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle 
						Pass Field 5Jan44. Fatal accident 30Jun44 (1KIS)
					33044 (MSN 88-11559) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed during 
						landing at Aloe Field 9Mar43. Accident taking off from Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Cologne, TX 10Apr43. Damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						5May43. Damaged landing at Aloe Field 14Feb44
					33045 (MSN 88-11560) 61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						27Mar43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after engine failure 
						at Edna, TX 15Apr44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Substantially damaged while 
						parked in collision by Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 43-24272 taxying at Aloe Field 
						26Jun44. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Aloe Field 5Mar45 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14351
					33046 (MSN 88-11561) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when force 
						landed after engine failure at Eagle Pass Field 2Aug43. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32434 at Sanderson, TX 20Aug43. Damaged taxying on the 
						parking ramp at Eagle Pass Field 8Jan44. 
					33047 (MSN 88-11562) 829th 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 Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 
						20Apr43. 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Garner Field, Uvalde, TX 5Jan44. 
						Accident five miles north of Fredericksburg, TX 22Aug49.
					33048 (MSN 88-11563) 345th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a 
						collision with AT-6C 42-3986 taxying at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Beardsley, AZ 22Aug43.
					33049 (MSN 88-11564)	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 #6, Perryville, 
						Goodyear, AZ 8Nov43.
					33050 (MSN 88-11565) 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 10Oct43. 
						Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure five miles 
						northwest of Luke Field 20Nov43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Salome CAA 
						Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 5Aug44
					33051 (MSN 88-11566) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing sixteen miles south of Parker, AZ 19Dec43. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-3986 at Luke 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 28Feb44
					33052 (MSN 88-11567) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Fatal 
						crash into the ground at Love Field 23Jan43 (1KIS).
					33053	(MSN 88-11568)	74th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
						Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Damaged taxying at Scott Field, 
						Belleville, IL 1Oct44. Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, 
						Boston, MA. Accident at Logan Airport 11Dec48.
					33054 (MSN 88-11569) Project 92059, 416th Air Base Squadron, Bluie West One, 
						Narsarsuaq, Greenland. The aircraft was winterized and fitted with ski wheels. 
						Used by Colonel Bernt Balchen for arctic operations. 1st Arctic Search and Rescue 
						Squadron, Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq. Damaged in a ground accident while 
						parked at Narsarsuaq 20May44. Damaged when ground looped at Narsarsuaq 
						21Jul44. Damaged landing at Narsarsuaq 6Jul45
					33055 (MSN 88-11570) Project 92059, 416th Air Base Squadron, Bluie West 
						One, Narsarsuaq, Greenland. The aircraft was winterized and fitted with ski wheels. 
						Used by Colonel Bernt Balchen for arctic operations. 1st Arctic Search and Rescue 
						Squadron, Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq. 1385th Base Unit, North Atlantic Division, 
						Air Transport Command, Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq. Wrecked taking off from Bluie West One 4Apr47.
					33056 (MSN 88-11571) Project 92059, 416th Air Base Squadron, Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, 
						Greenland. The aircraft was winterized and fitted with ski wheels. Used by Colonel 
						Bernt Balchen for arctic operations. 1st Arctic Search and Rescue Squadron, Bluie 
						West One, Narsarsuaq. Destroyed by fire at Bluie West One 3Feb44. 
					33057 (MSN 88-11572) Project 92059, 416th Air Base Squadron, Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, 
						Greenland. The aircraft was winterized and fitted with ski wheels. Used by Colonel 
						Bernt Balchen for arctic operations. 1st Arctic Search and Rescue Squadron, Bluie 
						West One, Narsarsuaq. Damaged by structural failure at Bluie West Eight, Søndre 
						Strømfjord, Greenland 19Mar44. 416th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), 
						Air Defense Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Long Beach Field 
						7Dec46. Accident at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA 17Dec48. Accident at Long Beach 
						Field 3Aug49.
					33058 (MSN 88-11573) Project 92060, 383rd Air Base Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, 
						Alaskan Wing, Air Transport Command, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The aircraft was
						winterized and fitted with ski wheels; used to support the Lend-Lease routes across 
						Canada and Alaska to the Soviet Union. Damaged landing at Edmonton 29Sep43. 
						Crashed after a mid-air collision in bad weather and both crew bailed out 3.5 miles 
						southwest of Leduc, Alberta 5May44
					33059 (MSN 88-11574) Project 92060, 383rd Air Base Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, Alaskan 
						Wing, Air Transport Command, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The aircraft was winterized 
						and fitted with ski wheels; used to support the Lend-Lease routes across Canada and 
						Alaska to the Soviet Union. 1452nd Base Unit, Alaskan Wing, Air Transport Command, 
						Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Kathryn, 
						Alberta, Canada 25Feb44. Damaged when nosed over landing at Edmonton 21Feb45. 
						556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. 
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion near Kayenta, AZ 8Dec45.
					33060 (MSN 88-11575) Project 92060, 383rd Air Base Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, Alaskan 
						Wing, Air Transport Command, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The aircraft was winterized 
						and fitted with ski wheels; used to support the Lend-Lease routes across Canada and 
						Alaska to the Soviet Union. Damaged when ground looped at Fort Nelson, British 
						Columbia, Canada 9Sep43. 
					33061 (MSN 88-11576)	Project 92060, 383rd Air Base Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, Alaskan 
						Wing, Air Transport Command, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The aircraft was winterized 
						and fitted with ski wheels; used to support the Lend-Lease routes across Canada and 
						Alaska to the Soviet Union. 416th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Training Center), Air 
						Defense Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Long Beach Field 4Nov47.
					33062 (MSN 88-11577) Project 92060, 383rd Air Base Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, 
						Alaskan Wing, Air Transport Command, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The aircraft was
						winterized and fitted with ski wheels; used to support the Lend-Lease routes across 
						Canada and Alaska to the Soviet Union. 1455th Base Unit (Alaskan Division, Air 
						Transport Command) Great Falls Field, MT. Headquarters Squadron, 25th Transport 
						Group, Air Transport Command. Damaged landing at Edmonton, Alberta 31Jul43. 
						1455th Base Unit (Alaskan Division, Air Transport Command) Great Falls Field, MT.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Great Falls Field 8Aug44. Registered 1Dec95 
						as N92375 as a North American/Levrett AT6-C with MSN AC41-33062JL; cancelled 6Jul07. 
						Conflict:
						Registered as NC52785 12Dec45; cancelled 22Mar48. Charles E Mathews y Cia., Miami, FL. 
						Ferried to Tegucigalpa, Honduras 27Nov47. To Honduras Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 
						27Nov47 as 204-C, later 204.
					33063 (MSN 88-11578) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 28Mar43. 494th Air Base Squadron, 23rd Ferrying 
						Wing, North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. 
						The aircraft was winterized and fitted with ski wheels. Used to support the 
						Lend-Lease route to UK. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, 
						Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Brownsville 
						Field 15Nov44. 308th Base Unit, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged 
						taxying at Tyndall Field 30Sep46. 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX 19Jul45
					33064 (MSN 88-11579) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 28Mar43. 494th Air Base Squadron, 23rd Ferrying 
						Wing, North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. The aircraft 
						was winterized and fitted with ski wheels. Used to support the Lend-Lease route to UK. HQ, 
						North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. Damaged on the 
						ground in collision with a fire truck at Presque Isle Field 18Jun43. Crashed when a wing 
						failed in flight, the aircraft rolled inverted, crashed and destroyed by fire at Tomkins 
						Road, Presque Isle 12May44 (2KIS)
					33065 (MSN 88-11580) 494th Air Base Squadron, 23rd Ferrying Wing, North Atlantic Wing, 
						Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. The aircraft was winterized and 
						fitted with ski wheels. Used to support the Lend-Lease route to UK. 565th Base 
						Unit, Cincinnati, OH. Damaged when ground looped landing two miles northeast 
						of Clarion, PA 24May45.
					33066	(MSN 88-11581)	494th Air Base Squadron, 23rd Ferrying Wing, North Atlantic Wing, 
						Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. The aircraft was winterized and 
						fitted with ski wheels. Used to support the Lend-Lease route to UK. 2138th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
						taxying at Tulsa Field, OK 31Oct45.
					33067 (MSN 88-11582) 494th Air Base Squadron, 23rd Ferrying Wing, North Atlantic 
						Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. The aircraft was 
						winterized and fitted with ski wheels. Used to support the Lend-Lease 
						route to UK. Damaged when force landed at Marieville, Quebec, Canada 
						19Nov43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision five miles southeast of Uniontown, AL 
						13Dec44. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Force landed 
						in bad weather one mile west of Hyde Park, AZ 28Jul45.
					33068 (MSN 88-11583) 484th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed during landing at 
						Aloe Field 22Mar43. 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #9, 
						Mission Valley, TX 1Nov43
					33069 (MSN 88-11584) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged after engine failure taking off from Napier Field
						30Nov44. Crash landed in bad weather seven miles north of Riverdale, NB 14Mar45
					33070 (MSN 88-11585) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger 
						Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged landing at Avenger 
						Field 15Jun43. 113th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
						Long Island, NY. Wrecked in an accident by Boeing B-17G Fortress 44-8139 taxying 
						at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 8Oct46
					33071 (MSN 88-11586) 
					33072 (MSN 88-11587) 75th Flying Training Wing, Buckingham Field, Fort 
						Myers, FL. Wrecked landing at Ellington Field, Houston, TX 4May43
				33073/33207 (MSN 88-9179/9313) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX100/EX234
					33073 (MSN 88-9179) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX100. Shipped to Middle East Oct42. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
					33074 (MSN 88-9180) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX101.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt.  Collided with Harvard
						EX324 (ex 41033297) and crashed 4 mi S of Summit Dec 29, 1942.  RAAF pilot killed.
					33075 (MSN 88-9181) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX102.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 75 Operational Training Unit, 
						Gianaclis, Egypt. No 1342 (Rocket Projectile) Flight, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46.
						Conflict:
						Returned to US Government. Accident six miles northwest of Albuquerque, NM 7Jul49. 
					33076 (MSN 88-9182) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX103.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 22Feb45
					33077 (MSN 88-9183) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX104.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 29Mar45. 
					33078 (MSN 88-9184) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX105.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 1413 Flight. SOC 9May46
					33079 (MSN 88-9185) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX106.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 29May47
					33080 (MSN 88-9186) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX107.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
					33081 (MSN 88-9187) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX108.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 31Aug44
					33082 (MSN 88-9188) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX109.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33083 (MSN 88-9189) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX110.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt Hit high ground during low-level run, Kasfareet Jul 31, 1943. One killed.
					33084 (MSN 88-9190) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX111.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. Crashed 
						when stalled in low cloud and burnt out fourteen miles southwest of Fayid 
						28Jun45 (2KIS). SOC 6Jul45. 
					33085 (MSN 88-9191) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX112.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. 
						SOC 28Nov46
					33086 (MSN 88-9192) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX113.  Shipped to Middle East Oct42. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33087 (MSN 88-9193) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX114.  No RAF record card found,
						which may mean that it was never delivered to RAF.  It was transferred to South African AF as 7095.
						Returned to RAF as EX114, shipped to UK. Returned to US Government 
						To Netherlands AF on 17 Feb 1947 for spares only
					33088 (MSN 88-9194) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX115.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46. 
					33089 (MSN 88-9195) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX116.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 22Mar45. 
					33090 (MSN 88-9196) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX117.  No trace in RAF records.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7096. Recaptured by US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1550. Ferried 
						from South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33091 (MSN 88-9197) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX118.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33092 (MSN 88-9198) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX119.  Shipped to Middle East. No 1 Middle East 
						Check & Conversion Unit, Bilbeis, Egypt. SOC 29Mar45
					33093 (MSN 88-9199) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX120.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. No 1 Middle East Check & Conversion Unit, Bilbeis, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33094 (MSN 88-9200) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX121.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. Station Flight, Abu Sueir, Egypt. Crashed about ten miles south 
						of Abu Sueir, Egypt 16Mar44 (1KIS).
					33095 (MSN 88-9201) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX122.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33096 (MSN 88-9202) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX123.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 22Feb45
					33097 (MSN 88-9203) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX124.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33098 (MSN 88-9204) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX125.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33099 (MSN 88-9205) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX126.  Shipped to Middle East. No 249 Squadron, 
						Egypt. No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt.   Crashed after colliding
						with Harvard EX767 (ex 41-3374) but at uncertain date.  RAF record card
						for EX126 says Oct 3, 1944 but card for EX767 says Oct 4, 1944.
					33100 (MSN 88-9206) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX127.  Shipped to Middle East; Malta Air Sea
						 Rescue &Communications Flight May43. SOC 31Aug44
					33101 (MSN 88-9207) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX128.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 21Jun45. 
					33102 (MSN 88-9208) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX129.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 23Sep44
					33103 (MSN 88-9209) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX130.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33104 (MSN 88-9210) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX131.  Shipped to Middle East. No 74 Operational 
						Training Unit, Palestine. SOC 28Nov46
					33105 (MSN 88-9211) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX132.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46. 
					33106 (MSN 88-9212) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX133.  Shipped to Middle East; Construction and 
						Repair Flight, No 2 Aircraft Delivery Unit, Egypt. Damaged on landing 
						when ground looped and undercarriage collapsed, Landing Ground 237 Kilo 40, 
						April 15, 1943. SOC 1Dec43
					33107 (MSN 88-9213) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX134. Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33108 (MSN 88-9214) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX135.  Shipped to Middle East. No 74 Operational 
						Training Unit, Palestine. SOC 31Aug44
					33109 (MSN 88-9215) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX136.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33110 (MSN 88-9216) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX137.  Shipped to Middle East. Station Flight, 
						Petah Tiqva, Palestine. SOC 26Feb48.  Returned to US Government; 
						To Uruguay Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya as 366. Registered CX-NAT
					33111 (MSN 88-9217) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX138.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33112 (MSN 88-9218) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX139.  Shipped to Middle East. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33113 (MSN 88-9219) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX140.  Shipped to Middle East. Central Gunnery 
						School (Middle East). No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. 
						No 1 Middle East Check & Conversion Unit, Bilbeis, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33114 (MSN 88-9220) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX141.  Shipped to Middle East. No 74 Operational 
						Training Unit, Palestine. Station Flight, Petah Tiqva, Palestine.
						Crashed into sea off coast of Palestine while performing aerobatics Jul 27, 1945
					33115 (MSN 88-9221) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX142.  Shipped to Middle East; Construction and 
						Repair Flight, No 2 Aircraft Delivery Unit, Egypt. No 1 Middle 
						East Check & Conversion Unit, Bilbeis, Egypt. SOC 21Jun45
					33116 (MSN 88-9222) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX143.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt.  DBR when swung on landing and
						undercarriage collapsed, Ismailia Aug 14, 1943.
					33117 (MSN 88-9223) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX144.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33118 (MSN 88-9224) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX145.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33119 (MSN 88-9225) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX146.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33120 (MSN 88-9226) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX147.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. Transferred to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia 
						Air Training Group. Crashed at Hunyani RLG, Salisbury 16Feb45 (2KIS). SOC 28Nov46
					33121 (MSN 88-9227) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX148.  Shipped to Middle East. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational Training Unit, 
						Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33122 (MSN 88-9228) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX149.  No trace in RAF records.  Transferred 
						to Southern Rhodesia. Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton
					33123 (MSN 88-9229) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX150.  Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33124 (MSN 88-9230) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX151.  Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33125 (MSN 88-9231) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX152.  Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 74 Operational 
						Training Unit, Palestine.   Transferred to Royal Egyptian AF Apr 20, 1944.  Returned to RAF. SOC 29Mar45
					33126 (MSN 88-9232) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX153.  Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33127 (MSN 88-9233) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX154.  Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 1Jan47. 
					33128 (MSN 88-9234) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX155. Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt.  Crashed 12 mi W of Abu Sueir, Egypt
						following collision with Hurricane Z4839 Dec 29, 1942
					33129 (MSN 88-9235) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX156.  Shipped to Middle East Nov42. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. Royal Egyptian Air Force Mar44. 
						Returned to RAF Aug44. SOC 28Nov46
					33130 (MSN 88-9236) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX157.  No trace in RAF records.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia. Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying 
						Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 9Aug44. 
					33131 (MSN 88-9237) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX158.  No trace in RAF records.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia.  Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying 
						Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. SOC 30Sep44
					33132 (MSN 88-9238) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX159.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air 
						Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 
						Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC 30Nov53.
					33133 (MSN 88-9239) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX160.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air 
						Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 
						Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  To Southern Rhodesian Air Force May52
					33134 (MSN 88-9240) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX161.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air 
						Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo 
						Feb43. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 
						Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  DBR when struck cables during
						navigational exercise Jan 20, 1953.
					33135 (MSN 88-9241) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX162.  No trace in RAF records.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia.  Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying 
						Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. No 20 Service Flying 
						Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 1Mar46
					33136 (MSN 88-9242) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX163.  No trace in RAF records.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia.  Rhodesia Air Training Group; RATG HQ Communications 
						Flight Feb43. No 28 Elementary Flying Training School, Mount Hampden, Salisbury. No 20 
						Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Crashed at Antelope Mine,
						Southern Rhodesia 3Jul43
					33137 (MSN 88-9243) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX164.  No trace in RAF records.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia.  Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Apr44.
					33138 (MSN 88-9244) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX165.  No record of receipt by RAF.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia.  Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying 
						Instructor School, Norton. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), 
						Norton May44. Damaged 5May44. SOC 9Aug44
					33139 (MSN 88-9245) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX166.  No record of receipt by RAF.  Transferred to 
						Southern Rhodesia. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training 
						Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 2Nov45
					33140 (MSN 88-9246) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX167.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia. 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Mar43. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 
						Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  Crashed 4 mi S of Bembesi,
						Southern Rhodesia Mar 25, 1953 after colliding with Harvard
						EX818 (ex 41-33791) during aerobatic practice.
					33141 (MSN 88-9247) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX168.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia.  
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  Dove into ground
						at Imbesu Park, South Africa May 19, 1948
					33142 (MSN 88-9248) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX169.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7131. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed 17Dec65. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1547. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33143 (MSN 88-9249) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX170.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7132. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force as SR69. Damaged in mid-air collision with 
						Harvard IIa SR73 (MSN n/k).  To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1531
					33144 (MSN 88-9250) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX171.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7133.
						Returned to  US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1540. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP. 
					33145 (MSN 88-9251) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX172.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service
						Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. Crashed during a training flight ninety miles north of 
						Concession, Southern Rhodesia 3Feb44 (1KIS). 
					33146 (MSN 88-9252) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX173.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7134. 
						Crashed into the ground during operational low flying training near Vereeniging, 
						Gauteng 21Dec43 (2KIS)
					33147 (MSN 88-9253) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX174.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 
						Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. SOC 30Nov43. 
					33148 (MSN 88-9254) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX175.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service 
						Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. No 20 Service Flying 
						Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 1Mar46
					33149 (MSN 88-9255) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX176.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7135. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 13Jun73
					33150 (MSN 88-9256) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX177.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7136. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX177, shipped to UK 
						Oct46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 7May47 as EX177. WFU
					33151 (MSN 88-9257) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX178.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7046. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Lost its engine 
						cowling during flight and crashed at Baragwaneth, Johannesburg 18Mar50 (2KIS). 
					33152 (MSN 88-9258) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX179.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7047. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed with 
						engine failure after take-off from Waterkloof, Pretoria 11Sep48
					33153 (MSN 88-9259) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX180.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7047. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed with 
						engine failure after take-off from Waterkloof, Pretoria 11Sep48
					33154 (MSN 88-9260) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX181.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7045. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX181, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H18. 
						SOC May58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, 
						Belgium. Registered 11Oct58 as OO-GEQ; cancelled 24May62. During a flight from 
						Geneva to Ostend 3Feb62, bad weather forced a change of routing to search for 
						clear weather. Eventually, the aircraft force landed behind the harbour at Westkapelle 
						on the island of Walcheren, Netherlands. The landing gear was damaged landing on 
						the soft ground, the aircraft running on to a plowed field and nosed over. 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]. Katanga Air Force / Aviation Katangaise as KA-26. Fled to Angola Dec62; 
						stored at Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, Angola, Marked as ‘K-1’
					33155 (MSN 88-9261) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX182.  No record of receipt by RAF.  Transferred to South Africa
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7051. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  To Portuguese 
						Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1539. Ferried from South Africa to 
						Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP. 
						Aero Fenix Group, Vale de Lobos, Portugal 2000; restoration project
					33156 (MSN 88-9262) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX183.  No record of receipt by RAF.  Transferred to South Africa
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7049. WFU
					33157 (MSN 88-9263) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX184.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled 
						at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the 
						Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1006. No 25 Squadron, Seagrove, 
						Auckland Sep/Dec43. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored 
						at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. Shipped 
						to Melbourne, Australia Oct78. Stored dismantled at Albury, NSW 1978/81. 
						Registered 2May86 as VH-TEX; current [May18]. Flown as  US Navy BuAer 01827  
					33158 (MSN 88-9264) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX185.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled 
						at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the 
						Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1007. No 25 Squadron, Seagrove, 
						Auckland 1943. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Taieri, Otago 19Jun53/25Aug55. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. No 4 
						Technical Training School, Woodbourne, Blenheim 22Aug63 as ground 
						instructional airframe INST188. SOC Sep63. Sold to Engine Support Inc., 
						Florida, USA May78. The Aircraft Preservation Group, Auckland, New Zealand; 
						stored 1980/81. Sold and shipped to Australia Feb80. Historical Aircraft Restoration 
						Society, Sydney, NSW 1981/87. Restoration commenced at Scheyville, NSW 1981/85 
						using parts acquired from NZ, USA, UK, Australia & Zimbabwe. Moved to 
						Bankstown, Sydney, NSW 1985 to complete restoration. First flight at Bankstown 
						22Apr87. Registered 22Apr87 as VH-HAR; current [May18]. Flown as NZ1007..
					33159 (MSN 88-9265) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX186.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1008. No 17 Squadron, Woodbourne, Blenheim. Crashed on 
					Kapiti Island during a training flight from Woodbourne 5Nov43. The aircraft flew into a 
						rock face during poor visibility (2KIS). SOC 1Mar44.  
					33160 (MSN 88-9266) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX187.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1009. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, 
						Palmerston North 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch 21Dec50/20Aug51; 29Oct51/7Jul52. 
						Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Storage at Wigram, Christchurch 1973. No 4 Technical 
						Training School, Woodbourne, Blenheim 1976 as ground instructional 
						airframe INST211. Storage with RNZAF Historic Flight at Ohakea for spares use 
						1992/97. Exhibited in base museum at RNZAF Ohakea, Palmerston North, New Zealand 2002
					33161 (MSN 88-9267) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX188.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1010. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 6Dec48/4May50; 11Aug50/29Feb52; 
						26May52/7Jul52. No 42 Squadron, Rongotai, Wellington 22Aug52/17Aug55. 
						No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Taieri, Otago 17Aug55/24Feb56. 
						Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Crashed on PAR training flight near Feilding, Palmerston 
						North 28Oct65. The aircraft stalled and spun into the ground on approach in 
						deteriorating weather (1KIS). SOC 20Dec65; used for spares. Remains noted in 
						a scrap yard at Bexley, Christchurch Jan62.
					33162 (MSN 88-9268) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX189.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1011. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North. Crashed near Feilding during night training flight 16Nov42. The aircraft was 
						carrying out aerobatics when it dived into the ground and caught fire after a roll (1KIS). 
						SOC 28Nov42
					33163 (MSN 88-9269) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX190.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1012. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 2 (Wellington), Squadron, Territorial Air 
						Force, Ohakea, Palmerston North 17Dec48/29Aug52. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Central Flying 
						School, Wigram, Christchurch. Placed in long term storage 1962. Declared surplus and 
						sold to Ashburton Aviation Society 3Jul78. On display at Ashburton Aviation Museum, NZ.
					33164 (MSN 88-9270) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX191.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1013. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 14Feb49/9Aug50; 3Oct50/26Aug52. No 42 
						Squadron, Rongotai, Wellington 26Aug52/24Aug56. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Crash landed 
						at Ohakea 22Oct69 when a sudden wind change caused a heavy landing. Ground 
						instructional airframe INST199; believed used for fire crew practice.
					33165 (MSN 88-9271) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX192.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand 
						Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1014. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North 1944. Damaged in collision with NZ1043 [41-33719] when taxying at Ohakea, 
						Palmerston North 28Jun45. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 2 (Wellington), Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Ohakea, Palmerston North 6Mar49/18Aug55. No 1 (Auckland) 
						Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 19Aug55/6Aug56. Upgraded 
						to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. No 3 Technical Training School, Wigram. 
						Ground instructional airframe INST191 for fire crew training early 1963. SOC 13Feb63; 
						scrapped by 1964..
					33166 (MSN 88-9272) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX193.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1015. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air 
						Force, Wigram, Christchurch 21Dec50/3Sep54. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Storage at Wigram 1973. 
						Flying Training Wing, Wigram 1974. Flown Woodbourne, Blenheim to Wigram 31Jul79 
						for use by RNZAF Historic Flight. Grounded 2013. Registered 11Jul16 as ZK-RNZ to the 
						Royal New Zealand Air Force; current [Sep19]. Airworthy and flying in New Zealand 
						with RNZAF Historic Flight, Ohakea, Palmerston North. During an airshow, force 
						landed after suffering engine issues gear-up in a farm paddock short of the runway 
						at Ohakea 13Aug18
					33167 (MSN 88-9273) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX194.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1016. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Taieri, Otago Mar49/18Oct51. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 12 December 1951-10 July 1952. 
						Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Storage at Wigram Jul62. Declared surplus and sold 26Oct62.
					33168 (MSN 88-9274) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX195.  Shipped to New Zealand Sep42. Assembled at Hobsonville, 
						Auckland; BOC 22Sep42. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1017. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial Air 
						Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 25Jul49/2Oct50; 17Nov50/28Apr52; 29Aug52/22Aug55. 
						Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Fitted out as Forward Air Control aircraft. No 14 Squadron Ohakea, 
						Palmerston North 1965. Damaged when force landed after engine failure approximately 
						nine miles north of Taupo during FAC exercise 12Dec72; crew unhurt and aircraft 
						retrieved to Ohakea by road 14Dec. Stripped of all useable components and scrapped.
					33169 (MSN 88-9275) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX196.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force 
						as 7052. Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1535. Esquadra de 
						Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 19Mar79 as G-TSIX; current [Jun20]
					33170 (MSN 88-9276) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX197.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. 
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 20 Service Flying 
						Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, 
						Bulawayo; DBR in accident at Heany, Southern Rhodesia 3Sep53. Belgian 
						Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Jan54 as H219 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Delivered by train for spare parts. SOC Apr54
					33171 (MSN 88-9277) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX198.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7053. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident d
						uring a weapons demonstration in the Bloemfontein area 17Jul75
					33172 (MSN 88-9278) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX199.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7054. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX199, shipped to 
						UK Jan47. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33173 (MSN 88-9279) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX200.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7055. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX200, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33174 (MSN 88-9280) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX201.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7056. 
						Fatal accident during formation flying with Harvard 7415 [41-33775] 19Jun44
					33175 (MSN 88-9281) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX202.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7057. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX201, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33176 (MSN 88-9282) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX203.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7058. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Accident 27May50 (1KIS).
					33177 (MSN 88-9283) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX204.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7059. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Transferred 
						to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural treasure with the 
						National Heritage Council. Registered 8Aug95 as ZU-AOR; current [May18
					33178 (MSN 88-9284) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX205.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7060. 
						Accident 10Aug43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1533
					33179 (MSN 88-9285) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX206.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7048. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Accident 25Jun80 (2KIS). Fatal accident 17Jun87.
					33180 (MSN 88-9286) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX207.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7061. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX207, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33181 (MSN 88-9287) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX208.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7001. 
						Accident 4Dec43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident in collision with a de Havilland Vampire 17Jun58. Repaired. SOC 1995. 
						Allocated to SAAF Museum. SAAF Museum, Ysterplaat AB, Cape Town; stored 1998. 
						SAAF Museum, Swartkop AB; airworthy 2001/10.
					33182 (MSN 88-9288) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX209.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7002. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX209, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33183 (MSN 88-9289) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX210.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7003. 
						Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49 as SR44
					33184 (MSN 88-9290) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX211.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7004. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1521. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon
					33185 (MSN 88-9291) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX212.  Shipped to Middle East Dec42. SOC 31Oct46.
					33186 (MSN 88-9292) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX213.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7005. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49 as SR45. Damaged in collision 
						with dH-82A Tiger Moth SR41
					33187 (MSN 88-9293) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX214. Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7006. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX214, shipped to 
						UK Dec46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; 
						scrapped
					33188 (MSN 88-9294) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX215.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7008
					33189 (MSN 88-9295) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX216.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7009. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed 19Aug68					
					33190 (MSN 88-9296) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX217.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7010. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX217, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33191 (MSN 88-9297) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX218.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7011. 
						Fatal low-level accident 13Apr43.
					33192 (MSN 88-9298) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX219.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7012. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 2Dec97 as ZU-FNE; current [Apr18]					
					33193 (MSN 88-9299) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX220.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7013. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX220, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33194 (MSN 88-9300) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX221.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7014. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX221, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force Mar47 as EX221. WFU
					33195 (MSN 88-9301) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX222.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7015
					33196 (MSN 88-9302) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX223.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7016. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX223, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 30Mar47 as EX223. WFU
					33197 (MSN 88-9303) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX224.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7017. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 12Jul60
					33198 (MSN 88-9304) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX225.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7018.  Sold for scrap Aug 29, 1950
					33199 (MSN 88-9305) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX226.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7019. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX226, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33200 (MSN 88-9306) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX227.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7020. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1525
					33201 (MSN 88-9307) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX228.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7021. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX228, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 30Apr47 as EX228. WFU.
					33202 (MSN 88-9308) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX229.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7022. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1544. Ferried 
						from South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. 
						Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33203 (MSN 88-9309) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX230.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7007. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX230, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H20. 
						SOC Jul51. Technical School, Saffraanberg, Belgium as ground instructional airframe
					33204 (MSN 88-9310) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX231.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7092. 
						Mid-air collision with Harvard 7119 [41-33282] 17May43
					33205 (MSN 88-9311) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX232.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7085. 
						Accident 11Dec43 (2KIS).
					33206 (MSN 88-9312) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX233.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7086. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. WFU. 
						Exported to Australia. Shipped, arrived dismantled at Caboolture, QLD 20Sep96. 
						Registered 6May97 as VH-XNA; current [May18]. Noted dismantled as a 
						restoration project at Mildura, VIC Oct17.
						[Australian Register quotes identity as MSN 88-9754]
					33207 (MSN 88-9313) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX234.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7088. Struck an object on the ground 
						during authorised operational low flying and crashed 23May44. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX234, shipped to UK Dec46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, 
						Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
				33208/33217 (MSN 88-9621/9630) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX235/EX244
					33208 (MSN 88-9621) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX235.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7093. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX235, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33209 (MSN 88-9622) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX236.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7089. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX236, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. 
						the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 30Apr47 
						as EX236. WFU.
					33210 (MSN 88-9623) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX237.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7090. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX237, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33211 (MSN 88-9624) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX238.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7087. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX238, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33212 (MSN 88-9625) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX239.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7094. No 22 Air School, 
						Vereeniging, Gauteng. Accident at Vereeniging Old Town, Gauteng 8Feb44 (1KIS). 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX239, shipped to UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. 
						Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H11. SOC Jan57. 
						Ground instructional airframe, Technical School, Saffraanberg, Belgium. Scrapped
					33213 (MSN 88-9626) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX240.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7091. 
						Accident 21Oct43. Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South 
						African Air Force. To Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49 as SR46
					33214 (MSN 88-9627) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX241.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service 
						Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Crashed Kabanga, near Gwelo, 
						Southern Rhodesia 27Jul43
					33215 (MSN 88-9628) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX242.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Feb43. 
						Crashed in Southern Rhodesia 17Jun44 (1KIS). Ground instructional 
						airframe 30Nov44
					33216 (MSN 88-9629) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX243.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Feb43. SOC 5Apr46
					33217 (MSN 88-9630) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX244.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. Crashed and DBR 16Jun44
				33218/33227 (MSN 88-9641/9650) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX245/EX254
					33218 (MSN 88-9641) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX245.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Feb43. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H213 for use in 
						Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised 
						and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 for counter insurgency 
						(COIN) operations in Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. 
						Lost control and crashed during an airshow at Usumbura, Ruanda-Urundi 
						10Mar61 (2KIS). SOC May61.
					33219 (MSN 88-9642) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX246.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, 
						Bulawayo Mar49. Southern Rhodesian Air Force May52 as SR76. WFU
					33220 (MSN 88-9643) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX247.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7137. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Accident 13Dec74. Crashed at Oudtshoorn, Western Cape Mar75 (1KIS). 
					33221 (MSN 88-9644) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX248.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7138. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Crashed after it struck a 
						wind-mill at low-level 30Jan45 (1KIS).
					33222 (MSN 88-9645) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX249.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7139. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX249, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX249. WFU
					33223 (MSN 88-9646) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX250.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7140. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed in the 
						Parys area, Free State 15Sep71
					33224 (MSN 88-9647) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX251.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7141. Accident 19Jan43. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX251, 
						shipped to UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33225 (MSN 88-9648) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX252.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7142. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 16Oct69 as 1532. WFU; stored 1980.
						To Paraguayan AF as 120 in 1980; wfu 1980
					33226 (MSN 88-9649) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX253.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7097. Accident 3Aug43. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF 
						as EX253, shipped to UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek 
						Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
						To Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX253. WFU
					33227 (MSN 88-9650) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX254.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7098. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX254, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 
						Feb47 for use as spares.
				33228/33237 (MSN 88-9661/9670) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX255/EX264
					33228 (MSN 88-9661) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX255.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7099. No 23 Air School, Zwartkop, 
						Centurion. Damaged in collision by Hawker Hind #123 during landing 12Mar43. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX255, shipped to UK Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, 
						Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33229 (MSN 88-9662) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX256 but NTU.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7264. Accident 23Apr43. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX256, shipped to UK. Returned to US Government.
						To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as EX256 
						for spares Feb47
					33230 (MSN 88-9663) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX257.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7100. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX257, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. To Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX257. WFU
					33231 (MSN 88-9664) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX258.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7101. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX258, shipped to UK Nov46.
					 	Returned to US Government. Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
						May49 as MM53043. Code RR-57. WFU Rome-Guidonia AB; stored 1977/83. 
						Displayed in a church garden, Vignale, Italy 1984/88
					33232 (MSN 88-9665) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX259.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7102.  No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX259, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. To Royal Hellenic Air Force 7May47 as EX259. WFU
					33233 (MSN 88-9666) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX260.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7103. Returned to US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force. To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 
						9Oct69 as 1558. Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), 
						Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. WFU. Derelict at Palhais, Portugal [last noted Apr01]. 
						Conflict:
						To Ecuadorian AF as 43233.  Preserved at Quito
					33234 (MSN 88-9667) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX261 but NTU.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7104. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX261, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
						Nederland as EX261 for spares Feb47
					33235 (MSN 88-9668) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX262 (ntu);. Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7105. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX262, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
						Nederland as EX262 for spares Feb47
					33236 (MSN 88-9669) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX263.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7106. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1520. Esquadra 
						de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon					
					33237 (MSN 88-9670) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX264.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7107. Accident 21Jan44. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX264, shipped to UK Oct46. Returned to US Government. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H22. Dismantled for 
						transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots’ School, Kamina, 
						Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. 
						Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's 
						African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. Command for the Metropolitan 
						Forces of Ruanda-Urundi (COMRU), Kigali, Ruanda 1961. SOC Aug62. 
						Delivered 18Aug62 from Burundi to Leopoldville, Congo with a refuelling 
						stop at Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 
						Aug62 as H22, later 9T-P31
				33238/33247 (MSN 88-9681/9690) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX265/EX274
					33238 (MSN 88-9681) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX265.  No trace of receipt by RAF. 
 						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7108. 
						Crashed after executing a low-level roll over an airfield 5Nov43 (2KIS).
					33239 (MSN 88-9682) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX266.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7109. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX266, 
						shipped to UK Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; 
						stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33240 (MSN 88-9683) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX267.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7110. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 24Oct69 as 1519. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea 
						No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Crashed in Tocha, west of Cantanhede, Portugal 
						15Apr76 (1KIS).
					33241 (MSN 88-9684) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX268.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7111. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						SAAF Museum, Ysterplaat, Cape Town 1998/99. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, 
						Pretoria 2001. Airworthy. Took part in South African Presidential Inauguration 
						flypast, Pretoria, 25May2019	
					33242 (MSN 88-9685) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX269.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7112. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX269, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49
					33243 (MSN 88-9686) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX270.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7113. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX270, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33244 (MSN 88-9687) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX271.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7171. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1546. Depósito Geral 
						de Material Aeronáutico (DGMA), Alverca, Portugal; stored unused by FAP.
						To  Museu do Ar (Portuguese Air Force Museum). Stored Alverca 1988/89. 
						Exhibited at Sintra 1992/99. Stored derelict at Alverca 2000. Parts used in 
						restoration of 1737 (52-8600). Stored [noted Apr11]. 
					33245 (MSN 88-9688) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX272.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7165. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX272, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33246 (MSN 88-9689) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX273.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7184. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX273, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To  Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H36. 
						SOC Aug58. Sold at a public auction 17Sep58. Compagnie Generale 
						d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium. Registered 11Oct58 
						as OO-GES; 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 KA27. Fled to Angola Dec62. Stored 
						at Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, Angola, Marked as ‘K-2’
					33247 (MSN 88-9690) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX274.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7194. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX274, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
				33248/33257 (MSN 88-9701/9710) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX275/EX284
					33248 (MSN 88-9701) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX275.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7164. Accident 19Aug43. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX275, shipped to UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33249 (MSN 88-9702) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX276.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7177. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Exported to USA. Registered 31Jul98 as N7177; current [Oct19].
					33250 (MSN 88-9703) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX277.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7166. Returned to US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force. Transferred to the Harvard Club of South Africa; 
						registered as a cultural treasure with the National Heritage Council. 
						Registration ZU-AOU assigned Nov94; not taken up. Registered 18Mar99 
						as ZU-AOZ with MSN 88-10572; current [Apr18]. 
					33251 (MSN 88-9704) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX278. Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7169. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX278, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. Returned to US Government.  To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49
					33252 (MSN 88-9705) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX279.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7195. Accident 20Jan44 (1KIS); 
						the propeller struck a pilot walking on the airfield. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX279, shipped to UK 
						Oct46. Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 as EX279. 
						Not used; partially assembled and used at the Mechanical Engineering School, 
						Flyvestation Værløse as a ground instructional airframe. Reserialled 1948 
						as 32-354. Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Salvaged for spares
					33253 (MSN 88-9706) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX280. Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7167. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX280, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33254 (MSN 88-9707) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX281.  No trace of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7172. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 27Jun61
					33255 (MSN 88-9708) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX282.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7196. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX282, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX282. WFU
					33256 (MSN 88-9709) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX283.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7163. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX283, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					33257 (MSN 88-9710) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX284.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7197. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Ground 
						instructional airframe
				33258/33267 (MSN 88-9721/9730) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX285/EX294
					33258 (MSN 88-9721) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX285.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7075. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX285, 
						shipped to UK Oct46. Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 
						13Dec46 as EX285. Reserialled 1948 as 32-355.
						To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Not used, salvaged for spares
					33259 (MSN 88-9722) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX286.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African 
						Air Force as 7170. Fatal night landing accident 12Jun43
					33260 (MSN 88-9723) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX287. No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7168. 
						Accident with T-6 7231 (41-33543) 13Oct43. Returned to the US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force.  To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 
						Octf69 as 1560. Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, 
						Sintra, Lisbon. Registered 6Mar79 as G-RCAF; cancelled 16Apr80 on export to USA. 
						Registered 14Jul80 as N42BA as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; cancelled 10Jan03. 
						Two aircraft, an AT-6A and a Cessna 150J (N60157) arrived at Abilene, TX 21Aug82 
						at about the same time to attend an airshow at the Elmdale airport. The AT-6A pilot 
						landed towards the north on the grass to the east of runway 35. The Cessna 150 was 
						landed on runway 17. After landing, the AT-6A pilot turned left to proceed to the 
						parking ramp. As the AT-6A crossed the runway, the Cessna 150J pilot attempted to 
						go-around to avoid a collision. However, the main gear of the Cessna struck the right 
						wing of the AT-6A. The Cessna then collided with the ground, flipped over and was 
						substantially damaged. The AT-6A received minor damage. Raced as #1 ‘Silver Baby’. 
						The airplane struck the terrain during an uncontrolled descent while maneuvering
						 near Albany, Texas 18Jul02. The private pilot, who occupied the forward cockpit, 
						received fatal injuries, and the airplane was destroyed. The local flight departed 
						Albany MAP. One witness reported the airplane flew over between 500-700 feet 
						agl, "wagged his wings" and departed the area; a second witness reported the airplane 
						perform a barrel roll type maneuver 1-2 times, and then departed the area. 
						Another witness observed the airplane flying at an estimated 300 feet agl. A witness, 
						who was on an oil drilling rig located 0.4 nautical miles from the accident site, 
						observed the airplane in level flight (approximately 500 feet agl) fly by the rig, climb, 
						turn left in a 30 degree bank, and departed the area. The airplane impacted a rocky 
						creek bed bordered on one side by a 74-foot ravine. Deformation of the airplane
						and the physical evidence at the accident site was consistent with a near vertical 
						left wing low attitude at the time of the accident. Impact forces destroyed the airplane. 
						No evidence of an in-flight mechanical and/or flight control malfunction was found 
						that would have rendered the airplane uncontrollable prior to the impact.
					33261 (MSN 88-9724) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX288.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7181. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX288, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. 
						SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33262 (MSN 88-9725) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX289. Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7183. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX289, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
						Conflict:
						To Portuguese AF as 1535. To G-TSIX 19/3/79.  RAF record card says sold
						as scrap Aug 29, 1950.
					33263 (MSN 88-9726) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX290.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7198. 
						Forced landing after engine failure at Nooitgedacht, South Africa 11Jan44. SOC 1944
					33264 (MSN 88-9727) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX291.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7199. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX291, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 7May47 as EX291. WFU
					33265 (MSN 88-9728) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX292.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7182. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX292, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H39. 
						SOC Dec56; stored Zellick AB, Belgium. Displayed at Musée Royal de l'Armée,
						Parc du Cinquantenaire, Brussels 1974. Eric Vormezeele, Brasschaat, Belgium 1992; stored
						Registered as OO-MHL on November 30, 2020
					33266 (MSN 88-9729) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX293.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7200. 
						Crashed and destroyed during a forced landing 19Feb43
					33267 (MSN 88-9730) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX294.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South 
						African Air Force as 7076. Fatal accident 25May45	
				33268/33277 (MSN 88-9748/9757) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX295/EX304
					33268 (MSN 88-9748) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX295.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7077. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX295, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H24. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul54. École Professionelle, Kamina as ground 
						instructional airframe. Later as gate guardian. Scrapped
					33269 (MSN 88-9749) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX296.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7078. 
						Crashed 26Oct44; it was reported to have been an apparent suicide by the pilot
					33270 (MSN 88-9750) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX297.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7079. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX297, 
						shipped to UK Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire;
						stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33271 (MSN 88-9751) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX298.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7080. 
						No 24 Air School, Dunnottar, Nigel. The aircraft hit a tree whilst flying at low-level 
						and crashed near Elandsfontein, Johannesburg 1Feb46 (2KIS).
					33272 (MSN 88-9752) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX299.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7081. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX299, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX299. WFU
					33273 (MSN 88-9753) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX300.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7082. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 28May93 as ZS-VAI; current [May18]. Restoration.	
					33274 (MSN 88-9754) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX301. . Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7083. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX301, shipped to UK Nov46.
						 Returned to US Government.  To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49.
						To Australian civil registry as VH-XNA.
					33275 (MSN 88-9755) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX302.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7084. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1545. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, 
						Sintra, Lisbon. Registered 3Sep80 as G-BICE; current [Jun20]. 
						Damaged while parked by a hurricane storm at Ipswich Oct87  
					33276 (MSN 88-9756) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX303.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7143. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX303, shipped to 
						UK Oct46. Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 
						Feb47 as H25. Damaged when ground looped and nosed over landing 3Feb49. SOC Nov56
					33277 (MSN 88-9757) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX304.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7114. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident in the Heidelberg area, Western Cape 6Sep58
				33278/33287 (MSN 88-9778/9787) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX305/EX314
					33278 (MSN 88-9778) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX305.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7115. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX305, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H37. 
						Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium.
						 Registered 25Jan62 as OO-GDK; cancelled 29Oct62. 
						To Force Aerienne Congolaise / Congolese Air Force in Belgian Congo 24May62 
						as 9T-P47. 21 Squadron. Flown by mercenaries in support of Mike Hoare's 5 
						Commando, Armée Nationale Congolaise
					33279 (MSN 88-9779) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX306.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7116. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX306, shipped to 
						UK Oct46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33280 (MSN 88-9780) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX307.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7117. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX307, shipped to 
						UK Oct46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33281 (MSN 88-9781) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX308.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7118.  No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX308, shipped to 
						UK Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w.
						the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 7May47 as EX308. WFU
					33282 (MSN 88-9782) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX309.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7119. 
						Mid-air collision with Harvard 7092 [41-33204] 17May43
					33283 (MSN 88-9783) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX310.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7120. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal mid-air collision 1Sep52 with Harvard 7033 [41-33428].
					33284 (MSN 88-9784) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX311.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7121. 
						Crashed during low-level training 24Feb44 (2KIS).
					33285 (MSN 88-9785) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX312.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7122. 
						Crashed after becoming lost during a night navigation exercise 11Nov43 (1KIS
					33286 (MSN 88-9786) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX313.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7123. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX313, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX313. WFU
					33287 (MSN 88-9787) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX314.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7124. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1542. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola 
						unused by FAP
				33288/33297 (MSN 88-9808/9817) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX315/EX324 
					33288 (MSN 88-9808) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX315.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7125. 
						Fatal accident when the pilot flew into the ground during a practice air-to-ground 
						strafing pass at the Air Firing Range at Vaal Dam, 12Apr44
					33289 (MSN 88-9809) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX316.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7126. 
						Accident 25Apr44. Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed 12May73; two fatalities including a civilian passenger.
					33290 (MSN 88-9810) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX317.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7127. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed in Illovo, Johannesburg 1968 (1KIS).
					33291 (MSN 88-9811) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX318.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7128. No 3 Air Depot,
						Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX318, 
						shipped to UK Sep46. Returned to US Government.  
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 as H40. SOC Nov56. 
						Stored West Germany.  To Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie 
						Nationale Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. 
						Montaudran airport, Toulouse for overhaul 4Mar59. Registered 19Jun59 
						as F-BJBL. Accident at Pontoise Aerodrome, Cormeilles-en-Vexin 2Jul59. 
						WFU 1Nov61. Sold 28Feb64. Registration cancelled 12Aug64. Registered 
						D-FABY; Permit to Fly expired 22Oct67, cancelled. Open storage at Dusseldorf 
						1967-72; later stored in garden at Hilden. Displayed by 2007 at a vehicle
						dealer in Wuppertal-Varresbeck, Germany.
					33292 (MSN 88-9812) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX319.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7129. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX319, 
						shipped to UK. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. 
						SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33293 (MSN 88-9813) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX320.  Shipped to South Africa Nov42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7130. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX320, shipped 
						to UK Oct46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government 
						i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 
						7May47 as EX320. WFU
					33294 (MSN 88-9814) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX321.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 23Feb45.
					33295 (MSN 88-9815) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX322.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 13 Air Gunnery School. No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33296 (MSN 88-9816) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX323.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt.  DBR when swung
						on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Ishmailia Jun 3,1943
					33297 (MSN 88-9817) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX324.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt.  Collided with Harvard
						EX101 (ex 41-33074) and crashed 4 mi S of Summit, Egypt Dec 29, 1942
				33298/33307 (MSN 88-9838/9847) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX325/EX334 
					33298 (MSN 88-9838) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX325.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 29Mar45
					33299 (MSN 88-9839) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX326.  Delivered directly to New Zealand Nov 1942
						Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 1Dec42. Operated for the RAF 
						by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1018. Transferred to 
						RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Taieri, 
						Otago 5Aug49/15Jun53. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Declared surplus and sold 26Oct62  
					33300 (MSN 88-9840) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX327. Delivered directly to New Zealand Nov 1942
						Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 1Dec42.  Operated for 
						the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1019. Transferred to 
						RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Crashed when ground looped and ripped 
						off undercarriage at Wigram, Christchurch 17Feb59. SOC 21Apr59 
					33301 (MSN 88-9841) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX328.  Delivered directly to New Zealand Nov 1942 
						Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 7Nov42.Operated for the RAF 
						by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1020. No 22 (Army Co-operation) 
						Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 21 (Army Co-operation) Squadron, 
						Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. 
						Crashed one mile south of Birdlings Flat, Canterbury while inspecting the rocket 
						range 15Apr57. The aircraft had verified that the range was clear of shipping and 
						was flying low along the beach when it hit a sand dune [Pilot and journalist passenger killed].
						SOC 18Jun57
					33302 (MSN 88-9842) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX329.  Delivered directly to New Zealand Nov 1942 
						Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 7Nov42.Operated for the 
						RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1021. No 2 (Fighter) 
						Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston North. Crashed into a hillside 
						near Marton 21Feb44 after suffering structural failure. The aircraft was performing 
						aerobatics and was pulling out of a high speed dive when the port wing was 
						overstressed and collapsed (2KIS). SOC 8Mar44.
					33303 (MSN 88-9843) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX330.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7150. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Accident 15Jul52 when it landed on top of Harvard 7228 [41-33532]. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1541. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola 
						unused by FAP
					33304 (MSN 88-9844) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX331.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7073. 
						Mid-air collision with Harvard 7320 [41-33660] approximately twelve miles 
						south west of Hartbeespoort Dam, South Africa 30Jan45. Returned to US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force. Mid-air collision with Harvard 7414 [41-33772] 7Feb53. 
						Registered 4Jul96 as ZU-AZX with MSN 88-12546; current [May18].
					33305 (MSN 88-9845) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX332. Shipped to South Africa 21Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7151. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						 Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX332, shipped to 
						UK Jan47 on SS Umtali leaving Cape Town on 6Jan47 To . Italian Air Force 10May49 as MM53042
					33306 (MSN 88-9846) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX333.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7147. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident near Velddrif, Western Cape 13Jul66
					33307 (MSN 88-9847) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX334.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7074. 
						Fatal accident when it collided with a tree during low-level flying 19Jan44
				33308/33317 (MSN 88-9868/9877) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX335/EX344 
					33308 (MSN 88-9868) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX335.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7072. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  To SAAF Museum, 
						Ysterplaat, Cape Town 1997/98; stored. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria 2001. Airworthy
					33309 (MSN 88-9869) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX336.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7148.
					33310 (MSN 88-9870) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX337.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7069. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX337, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33311 (MSN 88-9871) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX338.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7065. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX338, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33312 (MSN 88-9872) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX339.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7070. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX339, shipped to 
						UK. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					33313 (MSN 88-9873) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX340.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7071. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX340, shipped to UK 
						Oct46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX340. WFU
					33314 (MSN 88-9874) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX341.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7146. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal mid-air collision with Harvard 7314 [41-33638] during a formation 
						barrel roll 2May61
					33315 (MSN 88-9875) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX342.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7062. 
						Returned to US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed with engine failure after take-off 16Sep52
					33316 (MSN 88-9876) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX343.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7153. 
						Noted at Kissimmee, FL Mar97. Registered 27Feb98 as N951WM; current [Jun20].
					33317 (MSN 88-9877) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX344.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7161.
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal low level aerobatic accident 12Jun62
				33318/33327 (MSN 88-9913/9922) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX345/EX354 
					33318 (MSN 88-9913) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX345.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7155. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed after the pilot failed to recover from a spin near Hartbeespoort, 
						north of Johannesburg, South Africa 2May69
					33319 (MSN 88-9914) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX346.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7154. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Accident 8Dec53 (1KIS).
					33320 (MSN 88-9915) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX347.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7158. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX347, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX347. WFU.
					33321 (MSN 88-9916) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX348.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7160. Fatal mid-air collision 
						with Harvard 7217 [41-33458] during low-level aerobatics 31Mar44. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX348, shipped to UK. No 15 Maintenance Unit, 
						Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33322 (MSN 88-9917) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX349.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7067. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX349, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33323 (MSN 88-9918) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX350.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7157. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX350, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
						Nederland as EX350 for spares Feb47
					33324 (MSN 88-9919) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX351.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7068. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed when the aircraft flew into the ground at night 7Nov58 (1KIS).
					33325 (MSN 88-9920) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX352.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7023. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident 14Mar52
					33326 (MSN 88-9921) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX353.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7149. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX353, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33327 (MSN 88-9922) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX354.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7156. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Transferred 
						to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural treasure with the 
						National Heritage Council. Registered 15Dec95 as ZU-AOT. Crashed just after 
						take-off and burnt out at Pietersburg, Limpopo 26Sep96 (2 fatalities).	
				33328/33337 (MSN 88-9958/9967) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX355/EX364 
					33328 (MSN 88-9958) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX355.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Oct42. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7024. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Transferred 
						to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural treasure with the 
						National Heritage Council. Registered 21Nov95 as ZU-AOO; current [May18]. 
						Took part in South African Presidential Inauguration flypast, Pretoria, 25May2019
					33329 (MSN 88-9959) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX356.  Shipped to South Africa Oct42. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7025. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX356, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33330 (MSN 88-9960) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX357.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Crashed four 
						miles south of Hunyani, Southern Rhodesia 15Aug44 (1KIS). No 31 Aircraft 
						Repair Depot, Cranborne, Salisbury. Salvaged
					33331 (MSN 88-9961) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX358.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Crashed Southern 
						Rhodesia 25Sep52
					33332 (MSN 88-9962) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX359.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying 
						Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug48. Collided with Harvard EX700 [41-33673] 
						and crashed near Bushtik, Southern Rhodesia 15Oct52
					33333 (MSN 88-9963) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX360.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7173. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX360, shipped to UK. 
						Station Flight, Wattisham Dec47. SOC 20Jul48
					33334 (MSN 88-9964) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX361.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7174. 
						Accident 16Aug43. Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African
					 	Air Force. To  Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1530. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, 
						Lisbon. WFU. Derelict at Palhais, Portugal [last noted Apr01].
					33335 (MSN 88-9965) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX362.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7186. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX362, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33336 (MSN 88-9966) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX363.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7162. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX363, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33337 (MSN 88-9967) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX364.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7066. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crash landed near Kleinmond, Western Cape 26Aug65. Exported to USA Feb96. 
						Registered 15Apr98 as N41CK; current [Oct19]. Restoration to flying condition 2000
				33338/33347 (MSN 88-10008/10017) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX365/EX374 
					33338 (MSN 88-10008) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX365.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7152. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Transferred to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural 
						treasure with the National Heritage Council. Registered 2Aug95 as ZU-AOS; current [Aug17]. 
						Crashed during a forced landing on the De Zalze golf course, next to the 
						airfield at Stellenbosch, Western Cape 26Oct05. Based at Stellenbosch near 
						Cape Town for pleasure flying, a local AMO was appointed to maintain the aircraft 
						in accordance with both SAAF and SACAA regulations. Unfortunately the AMO 
						did not maintain the aircraft as required and the Harvard suffered an in-flight engine 
						fire resulting in the forced landing on the golf course with the Harvard hitting a golf 
						cart in the process. The two occupants of the golf cart suffered only minor scratches. 
						More damage to the aircraft was caused with the loading of the aircraft onto a 
						low-bed truck. Restoration; completion scheduled for late 2020.
					33339 (MSN 88-10009) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX366.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7064. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX366, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33340 (MSN 88-10010) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX367.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7063. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal 
						accident during low-level flying near Bethlehem, South Africa 21Apr54
					33341 (MSN 88-10011) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX368.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7159. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed when spun after the pilot lost control 15Feb49
					33342 (MSN 88-10012) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX369. Shipped to Middle East Jul43. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt DBR when swung on landing
						and undercarriage collapsed, Ismailia, Egypt Jun 25, 1943
					33343 (MSN 88-10013) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX370.  Shipped to Middle East Jul43. No 71 Operational 
						Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt.  SOC Apr 26, 1946
					33344 (MSN 88-10014) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX371.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7187. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX371, shipped to UK 
						Oct46. Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H26. 
						SOC May58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium. 
						Registered 11Oct58 as OO-GEN; 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]. 
						Katanga Air Force / Aviation Katangaise as KA-28. Destroyed by United Nations Saab J.29 
						on the ground at Jadotville, Congo-Léopoldville Dec62/Jan63
					33345 (MSN 88-10015) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX372.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7188. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Registered 
						13Feb97 as ZU-BEU; current [Aug17]. Flying Lions Aerobatic Formation Team #3
					33346 (MSN 88-10016) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX373.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec48. To  Southern Rhodesian Air Force Mar52.
					33347 (MSN 88-10017) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX374.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training 
						School, Heany, Bulawayo Jan50.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H212 
						for use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
				33348/33357 (MSN 88-10058/10067) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX375/EX384 
					33348 (MSN 88-10058) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX375.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jun47.  Crashed near Bulawayo,
						Southern Rhodesia May 18, 1950 following collision with Harvard
						EX535 (ex 41-33508)
					33349 (MSN 88-10059) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX376.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Feb43. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC Oct45
					33350 (MSN 88-10060) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX377.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar43. SOC 9Aug44.
					33351 (MSN 88-10061) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX378. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Feb43. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug48.  Spun into ground at Whites
						Run, Southern Rhodesia Feb 19, 1951
					33352 (MSN 88-10062) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX379.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. 
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 20 Service Flying Training 
						School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug48. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 as H214 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33353 (MSN 88-10063) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX380.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7144. 
						Fatal accident 26Jul45 (2KIS).
					33354 (MSN 88-10064) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX381.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7145
					33355 (MSN 88-10065) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX382.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7175. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX382, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 28Mar47 as EX382. WFU
					33356 (MSN 88-10066) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX383.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Feb43. SOC 31Mar44.
					33357 (MSN 88-10067) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX384.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Mar43. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jun48.  DBR when bellylanded in Bushtik Road,
						Southern Rhodesia following engine failure Jul 20, 1948
				33358/33369 (MSN 88-10101/10112) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX385/EX396  
					33358 (MSN 88-10101) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX385. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Feb43. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Oct48. WFU Dec52 Transferred to Southern
						Rhodesian AF Feb 12, 1953 as SR70
					33359 (MSN 88-10102) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX386.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Feb43. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug48.  DBR when undershot landing
						at Heany, Southern Rhodesia Nov 25, 1949
					33360 (MSN 88-10103) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX387.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Feb43. 
					33361 (MSN 88-10104) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX388.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Sep48.  Struck tree and crashed
						18 mi NNW of Shabani, Southern Rhodesia Feb 21, 1949
					33362 (MSN 88-10105) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX389.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group.
						 No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Feb43. SOC 1Mar46
					33363 (MSN 88-10106) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX390.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7189. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX390, 
						shipped to UK Nov46. Returned to US Government.  Transferred to Italian AF May 10, 1949
					33364 (MSN 88-10107) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX391. Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7190. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX391, shipped to UK 
						Nov46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 4Sep54; scrapped
					33365 (MSN 88-10108) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX392.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7185. 
						Damaged when forced landed near Rietvleidam, Pretoria 31Mar44 
						after the trainee pilot failed to consider fuel quantity and consumption 
						and ran out of fuel during a practice cross-country flight. Recovered by US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force.  To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1554. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, 
						Lisbon. Registered 28Mar79 as G-BGOU; cancelled 4Feb87. Crashed during an 
						aerobatic display at Broadway Farm, Bourn, Cambridgeshire7Sep85 and 
						destroyed by fire; the pilot was killed.
					33366 (MSN 88-10109) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX393.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7179. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX393, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33367 (MSN 88-10110) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX394.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7191. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX394, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33368 (MSN 88-10111) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX395.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7192. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX395, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33369 (MSN 88-10112) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX396.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7305. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed when it hit high tension cables at low-level 6Apr60
				33370/33379 (MSN 88-10153/10162) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX397/EX406
					33370 (MSN 88-10153) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX397.  Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7180. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX397, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  Transferred to Italian AF May 10, 1949
					33371 (MSN 88-10154) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX398.  No record of receipt by RAF, 
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7176. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.
						Noted at Kissimmee, FL Mar97.  To N7176 (Victor Peres Mar 18, 1998-2002).  Presently owned by Tech II Inc
						of Springfield, OH
					33372 (MSN 88-10155) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX399.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7193. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  Fatal accident 23Aug58
					33373 (MSN 88-10156) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX400, Shipped to South Africa Feb43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7178. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX400, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 13Dec46 as EX400. Reserialled 1948 as 32-356. 
						To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Not used, salvaged for spares
					33374 (MSN 88-10157) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX401.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 28 Elementary Flying Training School, Mount 
						Hampden, Salisbury. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  Transferred to Southern
						Rhodesian AF as SR77 Apr 1, 1953.  wfu
					33375 (MSN 88-10158) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX402.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						Crashed twenty miles northeast of Que Que, Southern Rhodesia 1Jul44 (2KIS).
					33376 (MSN 88-10159) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX403.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 28 Elementary Flying Training School, Mount Hampden, Salisbury. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 4Apr46
					33377 (MSN 88-10160) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX404.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Crashed at Hopley Farm, 
						near the Prince Edward Dam, south of Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 18Nov43 (1KIS).
					33378 (MSN 88-10161) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX405.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo Dec47.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H216 
						for use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 for counter i
						nsurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. 
						SOC Jan61.  To South African Air Force Feb61 as 7732; not operated by SAAF. 
						Ground instructional airframe, SAAF School of Technical Training, Zwartkop 2Feb68; 
						renamed School for Logistical Training; renamed No 68 Air School. 
						To SAAF Museum, Zwartkop. Displayed at entrance to Baragwanath airfield, Syferfontein, Johannesburg
					33379 (MSN 88-10162) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX406.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group; Headquarters, 
						Rhodesian Air Training Group Jun43. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Sep44. Written off 24Nov44
				33380/33389 (MSN 88-10203/10212) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX407/EX416
					33380 (MSN 88-10203) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX407.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7203. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria 1993/00. Registered 6Jan00 as ZU-CBD; current [Aug17]. 
					33381 (MSN 88-10204) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX408.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7043. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1553. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon
					33382 (MSN 88-10205) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX409.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. Accident 22Feb45. SOC
					33383 (MSN 88-10206) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX410.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Jul44. SOC 7Jun46
					33384 (MSN 88-10207) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX411. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. DBR when swung on landing
						and ground-looped, Heany, Southern Rhodesia Jul 1, 1953.
					33385 (MSN 88-10208) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX412.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo Mar49.  DBR when force-landed in
						field 5 mi N of Bushtick, Southern Rhodesia Aug 14, 1953 following
						engine failure
					33386 (MSN 88-10209) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX413.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 2Nov45
					33387 (MSN 88-10210) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX414. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Transferred to Southern
						Rhodesia AF as SR75 Apr 25, 1952
					33388 (MSN 88-10211) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX415.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						Crashed eight miles west of Sipolilo, Southern Rhodesia 11Sep44
					33389 (MSN 88-10212) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX416.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Apr43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Jun44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jan48. SOC Nov53
				33390/33405 (MSN 88-10247/10262) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX417/EX432
					33390 (MSN 88-10247) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX417.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7026. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX417, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33391 (MSN 88-10248) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX418.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul48. 
						DBR when bounced on landing, Heany, Southern Rhodesia Jun 19, 1953
					33392 (MSN 88-10249) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX419.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), 
						Norton. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Apr48. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Jan54 as H201 for use in Belgian Congo. A
						dvanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33393 (MSN 88-10250) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX420.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Jun44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jan48. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Apr48. No 4 Flying Training 
						School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul48.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 
						as H215 for use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33394/33401 (MSN 88-10251/10258) to RAF as EX421/EX428, but no record of receipt by RAF.  
						Went directly to RNZAF Jan 1943 as NZ1022/NZ1029
					33394 (MSN 88-10251) to RAF as EX421.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1022. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						No 1 Anti-Aircraft Co-operation Flight, MNongere, Auckland Sep43. 
						Collided with tractor while taxiing at Mangere Se0 15, 1943.  To instructional
						airframe as INST80 Oct 1943.
					33395 (MSN 88-10252) to RAF as EX422.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1023. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May 1943. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						No 25 Squadron, Seagrove, Auckland Dec43. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. 
						No 42 Squadron, Rongotai, Wellington 15Jan52/1May56. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. 
						No 4 Technical Training School, Woodbourne, Blenheim 22Aug62 as ground 
						instructional airframe INST189. Sold to Engine Support Inc., Florida, USA Jul78. 
						The Aircraft Preservation Group, Auckland, NZ. Drage’s Historic Aircraft Museum, 
						Wodonga, VIC, Australia Jun78. Registered 8Feb88 as VH-CRC; current [May18]. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Canberra Airport, ACT, Australia 9Jul89. 
						The pilot was returning from a flight to the local training area and following a 
						normal approach to land into wind, he flared the aircraft for a wheeler landing. 
						During the landing roll the tail wheel was held off the ground until elevator control
						 became ineffective. Before the tail wheel contacted the ground, the pilot relaxed his 
						attention and the aircraft commenced to swing to the right resulting in a ground loop. 
						The left main landing gear oleo fractured and the left wing impacted the ground
					33396 (MSN 88-10253) to RAF as EX423.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1024. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						Damaged in collision with NZ1037 [41-33565] whilst taxying 19Jun45. Transferred to 
						RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch 
						10Aug50/31Mar55. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Storage at Wigram Jul62. Declared surplus 
						and sold 9Oct78. Shipped to Melbourne, Australia Jul78. Displayed at Drage’s Historic
						 Aircraft Museum, Wodonga, VIC, Australia 1980. Drage Airworld, Wangaratta Jan85. 
						Registered 27Feb91 as VH-XNZ; current [May18]. Restored to flying condition at Albury, NSW; first flight Feb91
					33397 (MSN 88-10254) to RAF as EX424.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1025. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston North 1944. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Whenuapai, Auckland 11Sep50/28Nov51; 29Aug52/22Aug55. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. 
						Storage at Wigram Jul62. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. Sold to Engine Support Inc. 
						Florida, USA. Towed Wigram to Timaru 1978. Registered 30Jun80 as ZK-ENN; 
						cancelled 18Mar92. Restored to flying condition at Timaru; first flight 14Aug80. 
						Crashed during aerobatic display practice at Ardmore, Auckland 25Feb90. 
						ZK-ENN was flying as aircraft No 4 in a formation aerobatic team. During a 'bomb burst' 
						manoeuvre ZK-ENN collided with ZK-ENE, the No 3 aircraft, and dived into the airfield. 
						The pilot of ENN died in the accident. ZK-ENE was able to make an emergency landing; 
						its pilot was uninjured. Wreckage stored at Auckland 1992.
						ZK-3nncancelled from register Mar 18, 1992.
					33398 (MSN 88-10255) to RAF as EX425.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1026. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						No 4 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ardmore. Crashed near Rangitikei 
						River mouth 16Jan45. The aircraft dived into the ground while completing a 
						steep turn during an instrument flying exercise (2KIS). SOC 26Jan45
					33399 (MSN 88-10256) to RAF as EX427.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1027. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, 
						Christchurch Jul62. Declared surplus and sold 26Oct62
					33400 (MSN 88-10257) to RAF as EX428.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1028. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Crashed near Lake Ellesmere, 
						Canterbury when the aircraft struck the ground vertically during a training
						 flight 28May57 (1KIS). SOC 28Aug57
					33401 (MSN 88-10258) to RAF as EX4219  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec42. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 18Jan43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1029. 
						No 22 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Norwood, Christchurch Mar43/May43. 
						No 21 (Army Co-op) Squadron, Milson, Palmerston North May43/Aug43. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, 
						Christchurch Jul62. Declared surplus and sold 26Oct62. Scrapped
					33402 (MSN 88-10259) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX429.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7204. 
						Crashed during a training mission 5Jul45.
					33403 (MSN 88-10260) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX430.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jun43.
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug48. 
						Crashed at Sombula, Southern Rhodesia 27Oct48.
					33404 (MSN 88-10261) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX431.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7275. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX431, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 25Jun47 as EX431. WFU
					33405 (MSN 88-10262) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX432.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7276. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed when it 
						flew into the runway during an instrument approach at Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape 21May56.
				33406/33557 (MSN 88-10526/10677 to RAF as Harvard IIA EX433/EX584
					33406 (MSN 88-10526) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX433.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7272. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49
						Aircraft with this serial number is on display at Bob Bullock Texas History Museum, Austin, TX
					33407 (MSN 88-10527) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX434.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7267. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX434,
						shipped to UK Oct46. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped	
					33408 (MSN 88-10528) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX435.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. SOC 4Apr46
					33409 (MSN 88-10529) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX436.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 
						Dec53 as H224 for use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33410 (MSN 88-10530) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX437.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury.
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33411 (MSN 88-10531) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX438.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7027. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX438, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H10. 
						Instructor Pilot Training and Control Flight of the Fighter School, Koksijde, Belgium.
						 Crashed on landing at Koksijde, Belgium 25Jan56
					33412 (MSN 88-10532) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX439.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7282. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX439, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H27. 
						Modified for test purposes as a target towing aircraft at Melsbroek AB, Brussels 
						In the spring of 1956; in August 1956 the project was abandoned when the trial system 
						caused damage to the rudder. SOC Oct56; scrapped
					33413 (MSN 88-10533) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX440.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7265. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX440, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33414 (MSN 88-10534) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX441.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7274. Accident 6Sep43. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX441, 
						shipped to UK Oct46. Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 7May47 as EX441. WFU
					33415 (MSN 88-10535) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX442.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7207. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX442, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. To Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Feb47 as EX442. WFU
					33416 (MSN 88-10536) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX443.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7202. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1537. Ferried from South 
						Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33417 (MSN 88-10537) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX444.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7028. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Transferred to the 
						Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural treasure with the National 
						Heritage Council. Registered 8Feb95 as ZU-AOP with MSN 88-10536; current [Apr18)
					33418 (MSN 88-10538) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX445.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7201. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX445, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
						Nederland as EX445 for spares Feb47
					33419 (MSN 88-10539) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX446.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7029. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						ToPortuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1529. Esquadra de 
						Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon	
					33420 (MSN 88-10540) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX447.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7206
					33421 (MSN 88-10541) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX448.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7030. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX448, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33422 (MSN 88-10542) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX449.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7209. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX449, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33423 (MSN 88-10543) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX450.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7208. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX450, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33424 (MSN 88-10544) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX451.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7211. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 4Apr69
					33425 (MSN 88-10545) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX452.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7031. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX452, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33426 (MSN 88-10546) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX453.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7266. 
						Crashed during a low level turn in Pretoria 4Oct43
					33427 (MSN 88-10547) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX454.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7032. 
						Crashed after the engine failed during a spin 23Jul45
					33428 (MSN 88-10548) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX455.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7033. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Central Flying 
						School, Dunnottar, Nigel. Fatal mid-air collision 1Sep52 with Harvard 7120 [41-33284
					33429 (MSN 88-10549) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX456.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7283. 
						No 62 Air School, Tempe, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. Fatal accident 
						when a wing broke off during flight at Maselspoort, Mangaung 27Mar44 (2KIS)
					33430 (MSN 88-10550) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX457.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7034. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident near George, Western Cape 10Jan72
					33431 (MSN 88-10551) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX458.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7035. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX458, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33432 (MSN 88-10552) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX459.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7036. 
						Crashed after engine failure 13Nov45 (1KIS).
					33433 (MSN 88-10553) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX460.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7205. 
						No 27 Air School, Bloemspruit, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. Fatal mid-air 
						collision with Harvard 7227 [41-33533] during landing at Bloemfontein 21Nov43 (2KIS).
					33434 (MSN 88-10554) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX461.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7210. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX461, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H28. 
						SOC May58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, 
						Belgium. Registered 11Oct58 as OO-GEO; 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]. Katanga Air Force / Aviation Katangaise as KA-33. Fled to Angola Dec62; 
						stored at Aeródromo Base No 3, Negage, Angola, Marked as ‘K-3’
					33435 (MSN 88-10555) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX462.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7037. 
						Mid-air collision 15Sep44
					33436 (MSN 88-10556) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX463.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7278. 
						Accident 9Feb44. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49
					33437 (MSN 88-10557) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX464.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7277. 
						Crashed when it hit a tree during approach to land 29Jul43
					33438 (MSN 88-10558) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX465.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7279.  3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX465, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33439 (MSN 88-10559) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX466.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7038. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX466, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49
					33440 (MSN 88-10560) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX467.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7039. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1551. Esquadra de 
						Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 28Mar79 as G-BGOT; cancelled 16Apr80 on export to USA.
						Registered Jun80 as N37642; current [Jun20]. Sustained substantial damage 
						when the left main landing gear collapsed during a ground loop at Offutt Air 
						Force Base, near Omaha, Nebraska 24Aug03. The local flight originated from 
						Offutt and was landing at the time of the accident. The pilot reported: “I took off 
						during the air show and made 3 passes down the runway and then set up for 
						the landing on the downwind leg of the 4th pass.. I made a smooth 3-point landing 
						and on roll out the airplane’s right wing came up and the airplane made a turn to 
						the right. I was unable to correct before it slid onto the grass, at that point the left 
						main gear collapsed, causing the wing and propeller to hit the ground"
					33441 (MSN 88-10561) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX468.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7040. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident during a mission in the Durban area when a wing broke off 
						during a roll and the aircraft crashed 19Feb62
					33442 (MSN 88-10562) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX469.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7273. 
						Crashed when it flew into a hillside 4Oct46 (1KIS).
					33443 (MSN 88-10563) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX470.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7299. Accident 21May47
					33444 (MSN 88-10564) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX471.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 	
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7298. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX471, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 30Apr47 as EX471. WFU
					33445 (MSN 88-10565) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX472.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7301. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1548. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33446 (MSN 88-10566) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX473.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7041. 
						Crashed when the aircraft lost power during its approach to an airfield 22Feb44 (2KIS)
					33447 (MSN 88-10567) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX474.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7044
					33448 (MSN 88-10568) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX475.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7296. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1552. Depósito 
						Geral de Material Aeronáutico (DGMA), Alverca, Portugal; stored unused by FAP
					33449 (MSN 88-10569) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX476.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7295. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX476, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 21Feb47 as H8. 
						Overhaul at Aviolanda, Woensdrecht, the Netherlands, 1948. WFU May58. 
						SOC 27Aug58. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. Compagnie Nationale Air 
						France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale Air France Training School, 
						Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. Accident 17Apr59. Montaudran airport, 
						Toulouse for overhaul. Registered 25May59 as F-BJBE with MSN 88-10570. 
						Accident 6Jun59. Accident with T-6 F-BJBV [44-81789] at Beauvais-Tillé Aerodrome, 
						Oise, France 21Jan61. WFU. Ground instructional airframe at Centre d'Instruction de 
						Vilgénis (CIV) Mar65. Registration cancelled 22Jul65 as destroyed. 
						Registered 7Mar85 as F-AZDK; cancelled 5Oct95 as destroyed. Crashed Perouges 
						Meximieux 23Jun89. Believed rebuilt as a Mitsubishi A6M Zero replica with 
						MSN CM-01. Registered 18May07 as F-AZRO; current [Sep16]; Marked as ‘3443’.
					33450 (MSN 88-10570) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX477.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7042. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX477, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33451 (MSN 88-10571) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX478.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7300. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX478, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33452 (MSN 88-10572) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX479.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7297. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX479, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33453 (MSN 88-10573) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX480.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7212. 
						Crashed 2May45 (1KIS).
					33454 (MSN 88-10574) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX481.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7213. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX481, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33455 (MSN 88-10575) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX482.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7214. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Exported to USA
					33456 (MSN 88-10576) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX483.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7215. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX483, shipped to UK.
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33457 (MSN 88-10577) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX484.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7216. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX484, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped. 
						Registered 15Apr98 as N42GK; current [Oct19].
					33458 (MSN 88-10578) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX485.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7217. 
						Fatal mid-air collision with Harvard 7160 [41-33321] during low-level aerobatics 31Mar44
					33459 (MSN 88-10579) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX486.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7218. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX486, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX486. WFU
					33460 (MSN 88-10580) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX487.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7219. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX487, shipped to UK.
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33461 (MSN 88-10581) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX488.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7220. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1528
					33462 (MSN 88-10582) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX489.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7221. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX489, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49
					33463 (MSN 88-10583) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX490.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 22 Service 
						Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 20 Service Flying Training 
						School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Collided with Harvard EX512 [41-33485] 
						and crashed four miles northeast of Inkomo RLG, Southern Rhodesia 24Jun44
					33464 (MSN 88-10584) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX491.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Jul43. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jun48. SOC Nov53
					33465 (MSN 88-10585) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX492.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Central 
						Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. SOC 4Jan46
					33466 (MSN 88-10586) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX493.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 20 Service Flying 
						Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 1Mar46
					33467 (MSN 88-10587) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX494.  Shipped to South Africa Mar43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7222. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX494, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX494. WFU
					33468 (MSN 88-10588) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX495.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7223. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1538. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 11Dec79 as N4995A as a North American-Victoria AT-6A with MSN 88-10589 [sic]; 
						cancelled 9Nov90 on export to Australia. Flew in England-Australia Air Race 
						Mar90 as ‘42495 - Spirit of San Francisco’. Registered 4Dec90 as VH-LJQ. WFU 
						and cancelled 6Jul06. Restored 12Jan12 as VH-NRO; current [May18
					33469 (MSN 88-10589) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX496.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7255. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Fatal accident during night flying 19Apr45
					33470 (MSN 88-10590) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX497.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7256. 
						No 25 Air School, Standerton, Mpumalanga. Crashed whilst executing a low-level 
						roll 19Jun44 (1KIS).
					33471 (MSN 88-10591) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX498.  Delivered to West Africa Mar43. 
						No 349 (Belgian) Squadron, Ikeja, Nigeria. Accident 19Sep43. 
						West Africa Communications Squadron, Waterloo, Sierra Leone Jun45
					33472 (MSN 88-10592) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX499.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jan43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7253. 
						Crashed during a night flying sortie 22Jun44
					33473 (MSN 88-10593) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX500.  Delivered to West Africa Mar43. 
						Station Flight, Takoradi, Gold Coast.  SOC Oct 20, 1947
					33474 (MSN 88-10594) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX501.  Delivered to West Africa Mar43. 
						Station Flight, Takoradi, Gold Coast. West Africa Communications 
						Squadron, Waterloo, Sierra Leone. Accident Sierra Leone Oct44 (1DOW)..
					33475 (MSN 88-10595) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX502.  Shipped to South Africa Jan43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7257. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX502, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						N 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33476 (MSN 88-10596) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX503.  Shipped to South Africa Jan43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7254. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX503, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					33477 (MSN 88-10597) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX504.  Shipped to South Africa Jan43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7258. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX504, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49
					33478 (MSN 88-10598) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX505.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Jan43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7259. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 20Jun68
					33479 (MSN 88-10599) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX506.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Jan43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7262. 
						Overturned after landing at Grand Central airport, Midrand, South Africa 11Jan44
					33480 (MSN 88-10600) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX507.  No record of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Jan43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7260. 
						Accident 17May43. Crashed 14Dec43 (2KIS).
					33481 (MSN 88-10601) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX508.  Shipped to South Africa Jan43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7261. No 7 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX508, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33482 (MSN 88-10602) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX509.  Shipped to South Africa Jan43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7263. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX509, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33483 (MSN 88-10603) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX510.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Jun44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec47. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. Ni 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						SOC Nov 30, 1953
					33484 (MSN 88-10604) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX511.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jan48.  DBR when tipped up on landing at
						Whites Run, Southern Rhodesia Mar 28, 1949
					33485 (MSN 88-10605) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX512.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						Collided with Harvard EX490 [41-33463] and crashed four miles northeast 
						of Inkomo RLG, Southern Rhodesia 24Jun44
					33486 (MSN 88-10606) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX513.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Nov47. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec47. Written off 14Mar50.
					33487 (MSN 88-10607) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX514. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 28 Elementary Flying Training School, 
						Mount Hampden, Salisbury. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne,
					 	Salisbury. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo Dec48 Crashed 22 mi SE of Bulawayo,
						Southern Rhodesia Jul 19, 1951 after hitting high-tension cables while pulling
						out of loop.
					33488 (MSN 88-10608) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX515.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Accident 19Apr44. SOC 9Aug44
					33489 (MSN 88-10609) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX516.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 4Apr46
					33490 (MSN 88-10610) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX517.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  DBR when bellylanded 4 mi W of
						Essexvale, Southern Rhodesia Sep 8, 1953 after engine failed during roll
					33491 (MSN 88-10611) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX518.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Jun44. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo Dec47.  Crashed during attempted 
						forced landing 6 mi E of Heany, Southern Rhodesia Aug 1, 1949.
					33492 (MSN 88-10612) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX519.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  To Southern Rhodesian Air Force May52
					33493 (MSN 88-10613) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX520.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force Jul52
					33494 (MSN 88-10614) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX521.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 3 Air Navigation School, Thornhill, Gwelo, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug49. SOC 28Mar51
					33495 (MSN 88-10615) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX522.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jan48. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force Jul52
					33496 (MSN 88-10616) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX523. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec47 Stalled at low
						altitude and crashed, Meiloo, Southern Rhodesia Jul 16, 1948
					33497 (MSN 88-10617) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX524.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct43. 
						Crashed near Gwelo, Southern Rhodesia 19Feb44 (1KIS). SOC 3Mar44
					33498 (MSN 88-10618) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX525. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training 
						School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul48. 
						Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H209 for 
						use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56  
					33499 (MSN 88-10619) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX526.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia.  
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. Central 
						Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo.  Crashed after running
						out of fuel on approach, Chileka, Nyasaland May 10, 1947
					33500 (MSN 88-10620) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX527.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 9Aug44
					33501 (MSN 88-10621) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX528.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Nov44; Rhodesian Air Training Wing Communications Flight. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. No 3 Air Navigation School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Belgian Air 
						Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 as H217 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33502 (MSN 88-10622) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX529.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Jun44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul48. SOC Nov53
					33503 (MSN 88-10623) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX530.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Jul43. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  Stalled while recovering
						from bombing dive and crashed, Meilbo range, Southern Rhodesia Feb 14, 1951.
					33504 (MSN 88-10624) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX531.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. Central 
						Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 4 Flying Training 
						School, Heany, Bulawayo.   DBR when stalled on landing, Heany, Southern Rhodesia Aug 23, 1949
					33505 (MSN 88-10625) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX532.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. No 22 Service 
						Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Dec44. No 5 Flying Training 
						School, Thornhill, Gwelo Nov47. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						No 3 Air Navigation School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School,
					     Heany, Bulawayo..  Crashed 4 mi E of Bushtick,
						Southern Rhodesia Dec 24, 1952 after pilot abandoned aircraft in spin.
					33506 (MSN 88-10626) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX533.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Jul43. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Mar48. SOC Nov53
					33507 (MSN 88-10627) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX534.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul48.  
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Jan54 as H202 for use in 
						Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised 
						and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) 
						operations in Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. 
						Shot down at Matadi-Tshimpi, Congo; pilot rescued by another Harvard patrolling 
						over the area. SOC Jul60.
					33508 (MSN 88-10628) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX535.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. 
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 4 Flying Training 
						School, Heany, Bulawayo Feb48. .  Crashed near Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia
						May 18, 1950 after colliding with Harvard EX375 (ex 41-33348)
					33509 (MSN 88-10629) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX536.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Jan44. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Mar48.  
						Crash landed Whites Run, Southern Rhodesia 25Jan49
					33510 (MSN 88-10630) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX537.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						Crashed near Beatrice, Southern Rhodesia 16Nov43
					33511 (MSN 88-10631) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX538.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Jul43. SOC 4Dec45
					33512 (MSN 88-10632) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX539.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7284. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Accident 30Jun62. 
						Written-off after crashing into trees during a mission 30Jun71
					33513 (MSN 88-10633) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX540.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7270. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX540, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped. 
						Courtesy Aircraft Inc, Rockford, IL. Registered Dec88 as N7044J as a
						North American/Courtesy A/C T 6D with MSN 8810633; current [Oct19].
					33514 (MSN 88-10634) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX541.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7281. 
						Fatal accident during an unauthorized night flight near Brooklyn, Pretoria, South Africa 4May43
					33515 (MSN 88-10635) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX542.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7269. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX542, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H17. 
						SOC May58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium. 
						Registered 11Oct58 as OO-GEM; cancelled 22Oct62. Ferried Belgium to Belgian Congo 
						via Dakar, Senegal 7Jun61. Congolese Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise as WE-2
					33516 (MSN 88-10636) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX543.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7280. 
						Fatal night flying accident 8Sep44 (1KIS).
					33517 (MSN 88-10637) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX544.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7268. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX544, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H12. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Spare parts resource, Kamina, 
						Belgian Congo. WFU Jan57. Scrapped at Kamina
					33518 (MSN 88-10638) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX545.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7271. 
						Fatal accident when it entered a spin during bad weather conditions 25Oct44 (2KIS)
					33519 (MSN 88-10639) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX546.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7286. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX546, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33520 (MSN 88-10640) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX547.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7288. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX547, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 for use as spares
					33521 (MSN 88-10641) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX548.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7292. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Exported to USA. 
						Registered 31Jul98 as N7292 with MSN 8810643; current [Oct19].
					33522 (MSN 88-10642) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX549.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7293. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident 25Apr53. SAAF Museum, Ysterplaat, Cape Town 1999; on display
					33523 (MSN 88-10643) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX550.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7236. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX550, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33524 (MSN 88-10644) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX551.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7239. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX551, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. To  Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H13.
						Fatal crash at Brustem, Belgium 2Jul47. SOC Nov47
					33525 (MSN 88-10645) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX552.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7229. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX552, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX552. WFU
					33526 (MSN 88-10646) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX553.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7289. 
						Accident 9Sep43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Port Elizabeth AFB, Eastern Cape; static exhibit for the SAAF 75th Anniversary 
						on 16Sep95. SAAF Museum, Port Elizabeth 1997; on display.
					33527 (MSN 88-10647) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX554.Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7230.    
					33528 (MSN 88-10648) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX555.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7287. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX555, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33529 (MSN 88-10649) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX556.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7226. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX556, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33530 (MSN 88-10650) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX557.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7233. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX557, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33531 (MSN 88-10651) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX558.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7235. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX558, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 30Apr47 as EX558. WFU
					33532 (MSN 88-10652) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX559.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7228. 
						Accident 26Apr43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Written off 15Jul52 when Harvard 7150 [41-33303] landed on top of it.
						To SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria 1996
					33533 (MSN 88-10653) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX560.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7227. 
						No 27 Air School, Bloemspruit, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
						Fatal mid-air collision with Harvard 7205 [41-33433] during landing 
						at Bloemfontein 21Nov43 (2KIS).
					33534 (MSN 88-10654) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX561.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7224. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Central 
						Flying School, Dunnottar, Nigel.  To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1534
					33535 (MSN 88-10655) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX562.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7225. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX562, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33536 (MSN 88-10656) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX563.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7290. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX563, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33537 (MSN 88-10657) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX564.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7294. 
						Crashed during a forced landing after engine failure 14Jun45
					33538 (MSN 88-10658) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX565.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7240. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX565, shipped to UK Nov46.
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33539 (MSN 88-10659) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX566.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7238. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed during a night flying sortie 11Apr50
					33540 (MSN 88-10660) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX567.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7232. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX567, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H41. 
						WFU Nov56. Scrapped
					33541 (MSN 88-10661) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX568.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7285. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX568, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX568. WFU
					33542 (MSN 88-10662) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX569.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7234. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX569, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					33543 (MSN 88-10663) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX570.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7231. 
						Accident with T-6 7168 (41-33260) 13Oct43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force. SAAF Museum, Ysterplaat, Cape Town 1999; stored. S
						AAF Museum Historic Flight, Ysterplaat AB 2005; airworthy. Took part in South African 
						Presidential Inauguration flypast, Pretoria, 25May2019
					33544 (MSN 88-10664) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX571.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7291. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident in the Thabazimbi area, South Africa 29Mar69
					33545 (MSN 88-10665) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX572.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7241. 
						Fatal accident when the aircraft apparently stalled over a weapons range area 16Mar44
					33546 (MSN 88-10666) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX573.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7242. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX573, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33547 (MSN 88-10667) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX574.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7237. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX574, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33548 (MSN 88-10668) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX575.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7251. 
						Fatal accident 5Jul43
					33549 (MSN 88-10669) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX576.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7252. 
						Crashed when it overshot the runway when landing at night 2Jun44
					33550 (MSN 88-10670) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX577.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7250.
					33551 (MSN 88-10671) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX578.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7245. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX578, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33552 (MSN 88-10672) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX579.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7249. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX579, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX579. WFU
					33553 (MSN 88-10673) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX580.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7248. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed near Graaf-Reinette, Eastern Cape 3Sep66.  
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1527. 
						Depósito Geral de Material Aeronáutico (DGMA), Alverca, Portugal; 
						stored unused by FAP. Stored at Museu do Ar, Alverca AB, Portugal 1988/93. 
						Displayed at Musée de Château de Savigny-Lès-Beaune, France Jun95 [noted Jun14], 
						falsely marked as French AF 1527
					33554 (MSN 88-10674) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX581.  Shipped to South Africa Apr43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7247. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX581, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49.
						Registered in USA Dec 1999 as N246Z.
					33555 (MSN 88-10675) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX582.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7243. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1549. 
						Ferried from South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. 
						Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33556 (MSN 88-10676) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX583.  No trace of receipt by RAF 
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7246. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. SOC 1995. 
						Registered Nov98 as ZS-YYY; cancelled Dec98. Registered 12Aug99 as N246Z; current [Oct19]. . 
					33557 (MSN 88-10677) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX584.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Apr43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7244. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1522. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 25Jan79 as G-RBAC. Registration G-BHXF reserved Jun80; not taken up. 
						Reregistered 17Sep80 as G-VALE; cancelled 12Nov85 on export to USA. 
						Courtesy Aircraft Inc, Rockford, IL. Registered Nov85 as N36CA; current [Sep19]. 
						Operated by Confederate Air Force (MI Wing), Gary, IN 1988. Ground looped landing 
						and damaged an aileron at Glenview, IL 11Jul92. Southern Heritage Air Foundation, 
						Vicksburg-Tallulah Regional Airport, Mound, LA..
						Reported 2005 with Commemorative Air Force, Bloomfield, IL.
				33558/33601 (MSN 88-12029/12072) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX585/EX628
					33558 (MSN 88-12029) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX585.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 20Apr43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1030.
						Crashed at Rongotai during training flight Oct 19, 1943.
					33559 (MSN 88-12030) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX586.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 20Apr43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1031. 
						Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, 
						Ohakea, Palmerston North.  Crashed in Pohangina River during training flight Jul 5, 1944.
						The aircraft struck power lines while low flying and rolled over into the 
						river (1KIS:1INJ). SOC 14Jul44
					33560 (MSN 88-12031) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX587.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 20Apr43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1032. 
						No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston North. 
						Crashed into a hillside near Palmerston North 31Aug43. The aircraft was 
						descending through fog and off course when it hit the ground (1KIS). SOC 14Jul44
					33561 (MSN 88-12032) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX588.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Harvard IIa EX588. Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 20Apr43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] 
						as NZ1033. First flight in NZ 7May43. No 2 Elementary Flying Training School, 
						Ashburton 21May43. Fighter Gunnery School, Gisborne 15May44. Long term 
						storage 3Dec45. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A* 29Aug55. 
						Flying Training School, Wigram, Christchurch 7Sep55. No 42 Squadron, 
						Rongotai, Wellington 22Nov56. Long term storage at Wigram 26Aug57. 
						Declared surplus and sold 22Sep78. NZ Sport and Vintage Aviation Society, 
						Wellington 22Sep78. Registered 24Feb81 as ZK-SGQ; current [May18]. 
						New Zealand Sport and Vintage Aviation Society, Masterton 15Oct81
						(NAA & USAAF plates of NZ1016 were fitted to NZ1033 during RNZAF service)
					33562 (MSN 88-12033) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX589.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 20Apr43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1034. 
						Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, 
						Ohakea, Palmerston North 1944/1945. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. 
						No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Taieri, Otago 2Nov50/8Oct51. 
						No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch 8Oct51/7Jul52. 
						Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim Aug72. 
						No 4 Technical Training School, Woodbourne, Blenheim 1976 as ground 
						instructional airframe INST210. RNZAF Museum, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North Aug77; complete but unflyable condition. Presented to Royal Australian 
						Air Force; flown to Australia in RNZAF Hercules for presentation to RAAF 
						Museum 12Dec88. Displayed at RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Melbourne, Victoria as NZ947.
						(NAA & USAAF plates of NZ1024 were fitted to NZ1034 during RNZAF service)
					33563 (MSN 88-12034) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX590.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 20Apr43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1035. 
						Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, 
						Ohakea, Palmerston North late 1944.  Crashed at Raumai after midair collision 
						with NZ1048 (41-33764) during training flight Aug 4, 1945.
						The aircraft lost part of its wing in the accident and entered a spiral 
						dive before crashing on farm land near Ohakea (1KIS). SOC 21Aug45. 
					33564 (MSN 88-12035) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX591.  No trace of receipt by RAF, 
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 20Apr43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air 
						Force [RNZAF] as NZ1036. Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46.
						 No 2 (Wellington), Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North 27Jul50/14Jul52. RNZAF Station Taiere, Dunedin 24Jan53.
						Crashed near Allanton during night flight from Taieri Sep 16, 1954.
						The aircraft dived vertically into the ground after the crew had suffered 
						carbon monoxide poisoning (2KIS). SOC 11Oct54
					33565 (MSN 88-12036) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX592.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 20Apr43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1037. 
						Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. Damaged in collision with NZ1024 [41-33396] 
						whilst taxying 19Jun45. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 2 (Wellington), Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Ohakea, Palmerston North 19Dec50. Damaged when wing tip 
						contacted a hangar at Ohakea 29Mar52. Used in June 1952 for an Air Weapons 
						Course held at Ohakea. Station Flight, Ohakea, Palmerston North 16Sep55. 
						Damaged in collision with a marker light at Whenuapai 10Mar56. Upgraded to Mk 2A*.
					 	In use by New Zealand Army as Forward Air Control aircraft during 1970's. Storage at 
						Wigram, Christchurch 1973. No 14 Squadron, Ohakea, Palmerston North Jan74. 
						Declared surplus and sold 5Jul78. Registered 20Jun78 as ZK-ENA; current [May18].
					33566 (MSN 88-12037) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX593.  Shipped to South Africa Jul43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7302. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX593, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33567 (MSN 88-12038) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX594.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7378. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 26Jul68 (1KIS).
					33568 (MSN 88-12039) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX595.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7379. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed during a forced landing at Dunnottar, Nigel 25Jul67.
					33569 (MSN 88-12040) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX596.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7380. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX596, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33570 (MSN 88-12041) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX597.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7381. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX597, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47. WFU
					33571 (MSN 88-12042) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX598.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to India for Fleet Air Arm; delivered via Mombasa, Kenya to Coimbatore, India
					33572 (MSN 88-12043) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX599.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  (
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7335. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1555. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP.
						To NC73378; to Swedish AF as 16300; to Argentine Navy as 0501 on 1 Oct 1959; wfu 1967
					33573 (MSN 88-12044) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX600.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7382. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1559. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Euroworld International Ltd, Biggin Hill, Kent, UK 1978. Registered 28Mar79 as
						G-BGOV. Aces High Ltd, North Weald. Used in filming the TV series ‘Airline’ (1982), 
						Marked as ‘FX291’. Registration cancelled 17May83 on export to USA. 
						Registered 11Aug 83 as N4434N as an AT-6G; sale reported 9Jul14; cancelled 29Apr15. 
						Substantially damaged when it undershot the runway and cart-wheeled during 
						an emergency landing following an engine failure in the traffic pattern at Port Isabel, TX 
						3Aug85. Registered 21Apr17 as N4434N as an AT-6C (SNJ-4); current [Dec19].
					33574 (MSN 88-12045) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX601.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7383. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Accident 3Nov44
					33575 (MSN 88-12046) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX602.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43; 
						shipped from New York to Cape Town 20Apr43 aboard the SS Dalhem, berthing 5Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7384. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX602, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H30. 
						SOC May58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale 
						Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. Montaudran 
						airport, Toulouse for overhaul Jan59. Registered 5May59 as F-BJBJ; cancelled 16Feb66. 
						WFU 1Feb62. Sold 19Feb65 to Aéro-club Air France, Cormeilles-en-Vexin; not used. 
						Centre d'Instruction de Vilgénis (CIV) as a ground instructional airframe 1965. 
						Renamed as CFA des Métiers de l'Aérien Vilgénis, Massy, France. Ground instructional 
						airframe at Toussus-le-Noble, France [noted Sep11]. Restoration to flying condition at 
						Paris-Orly 2016
					33576 (MSN 88-12047) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX603.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7336. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX603, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33577 (MSN 88-12048) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX604.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7317. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Damaged in collision with Aermacchi MB-326M Impala 462 at Langebaanweg AFS 
						22Nov66. Harvard auction sale: sold to USA Sep96. Registered 6Mar07 as N2039C; 
						cancelled 20Mar18. Restored 2May19 as N2039C; current [Dec19].
					33578 (MSN 88-12049) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX605.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7385. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Harvard auction sale: sold to USA Feb97. Registered 26Sep97 as N46SL with 
						MSN 88-12028. Registered 29Jan18 to American Air Power Heritage Flying 
						Museum, Dallas, TX; current [Dec19
					33579 (MSN 88-12050) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX606.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7386. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident after hitting high-tension wires after take-off 1Jul68
					33580 (MSN 88-12051) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX607.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7387. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX607, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33581 (MSN 88-12052) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX608.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7388. 
						Accident 9Nov43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1503. Esquadra de 
						Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Crashed after a collision with a tree in Viseu, Portugal 4Oct74 (1KIS
					33582 (MSN 88-12053) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX609.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to India for Fleet Air Arm. No 757 Squadron, Puttalam, Ceylon Jun45 to Jul45.
					33583 (MSN 88-12054) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX610.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7303. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Exported to USA 1995. Registered 7Aug95 as N9272C; current [Dec19]. 
						Substantially damaged at Greene County Airport, Dayton, OH 28Sep08. 
						The pilot reported that when the tail wheel touched down during landing, 
						he felt a "severe oscillation" which prevented him from maintaining directional 
						control of the airplane. The airplane veered off the right side of the runway 
						where it contacted a ditch, collapsing the left main landing gear. The pilot r
						eported that he had always been able to control the airplane in the past with 
						the tail wheel shimmy by using the brakes. Inspection of the airplane revealed 
						the tail wheel clutch locking assembly Cam was worn. In addition, the anti-shimmy 
						friction spring was tightened down beyond limits. Restoration at the Ghost Squadron, 
						Central Texas Wing Commemorative Air Force, San Marcos, TX.
					33584 (MSN 88-12055) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX611.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7337. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX611, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33585 (MSN 88-12056) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX612.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7389. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX612, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 25Jun47 as EX612. WFU
					33586 (MSN 88-12057) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX613.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7390. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX613, shipped to UK Dec46.
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33587 (MSN 88-12058) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX614.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7338. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX614, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33588 (MSN 88-12059) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX615.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7339. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX615, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX615. WFU
					33589 (MSN 88-12060) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX616.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7340. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX616, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33590 (MSN 88-12061) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX617.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7341. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX617, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX617. WFU
					33591 (MSN 88-12062) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX618.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7391. 
						Accident 26Nov43. Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident during a low-level sortie 17Aug50 (2KIS
					33592 (MSN 88-12063) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX619.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7342. Recovered by US Government 1947. 
						Sold to South African Air Force. Mid-air collision with Harvard 7307 [41-33610] 16Nov57.
						This accident was caused through trying a reverse break from an echelon formation. 
						In this instance the break was supposed to be up and over the other aircraft. 
						Unfortunately not enough height was gained before the break turn was initiated
					33593 (MSN 88-12064) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX620.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to India for Fleet Air Arm. No 757 Squadron, Puttalam, Ceylon Aug44 to Apr45
					33594 (MSN 88-12065) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX621.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7343. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 12Jan99 as ZU-BTL; current [May18].
					33595 (MSN 88-12066) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX622. 3rd Ferrying Group, Ferrying Command, 
						Wayne County Airport, Romulus, MI. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Newark Field, NJ 3Dec42.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7392
					33596 (MSN 88-12067) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX623.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7344. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX623, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H42. 
						WFU Aug58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium.
						Registered 25Jan62 OO-GDL; 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 KA-29. Destroyed on the ground 
						(Operation Grand Slam) by cannon fire from an United Nations Operation in the Congo 
						(ONUC) Saab J29 Tunnan at Kolwezi, Katanga 29Dec62
					33597 (MSN 88-12068) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX624.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7345. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX624, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 30Apr47 as EX624. WFU.
					33598 (MSN 88-12069) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX625.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7304. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed during low-level aerobatics 18Jun55 (2KIS).
					33599 (MSN 88-12070) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX626.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7306. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Transferred to the 
						Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural treasure with the 
						National Heritage Council. Registered 21Nov95 as ZU-AOV; current [May18]. 
					33600 (MSN 88-12071) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX627.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7325. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX627. Shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33601 (MSN 88-12072) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX628.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7326. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX628, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
				33602/33621 (MSN 88-12123/12142) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX629/EX648
					33602 (MSN 88-12123) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX629.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7327
					33603 (MSN 88-12124) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX630.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7346. 
						Written-off after a ground collision with another Harvard 6Jul45
					33604 (MSN 88-12125) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX631.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7347
					33605 (MSN 88-12126) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX632.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7348
					33606 (MSN 88-12127) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX633.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7349. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX633, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H29. 
						Overhaul by Sociétés Anonyme Belge de Constructions Aéronautiques (SABCA), 
						Gosselies 1955. SOC May58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, 
						France. Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie 
						Nationale Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. 
						Montaudran airport, Toulouse for overhaul 1Dec58. Accident at Pontoise 
						Aerodrome, Cormeilles-en-Vexin 13May59 [quoted as F-BJBI].  
						To civil registry as F-BJBI with Air France, Cormeilles.  Was modified 
						to give a passable imitation (at long range, in fog and with the 
						sun in your eyes) of an F4F.  Was registered F-WJBI In 1969 (a test 
						registration) before becoming F-BJBI in 1977.  Modified to look like Zero with new MSN SA-32 and
						registered as F-AZZM in Musee Volant Salis, La Ferte-Apais, Cerny, France May 14, 2014
						(Owner confirms true identity is 88-12127, switched with 88-12304 at rebuild)
					33607 (MSN 88-12128) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX634.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7319. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1524. Esquadra de 
						Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Wings and propeller reported in the base museum, Base Aérea No 7, São Jacinto, Aveiro, Portugal
					33608 (MSN 88-12129) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX635.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7316.
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Written-off following an unauthorized low-level flight over the sea along the 
						Durban beach front area, South Africa 4Apr50
					33609 (MSN 88-12130) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX636.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7350. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1526
					33610 (MSN 88-12131) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX637.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7307. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Mid-air collision with Harvard 7342 [41-33592] 16Nov57. This accident was caused 
						through trying a reverse break from an echelon formation. In this instance the break 
						was supposed to be up and over the other aircraft. Unfortunately not enough height 
						was gained before the break turn was initiated
					33611 (MSN 88-12132) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX638.
 						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7351. 
						Accident 27Jan44. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EX638, shipped to UK. Returned to US Government. 
						To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as EX638 for spares Feb47.  
					33612 (MSN 88-12133) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX639.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7352
					33613 (MSN 88-12134) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX640.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7353
					33614 (MSN 88-12135) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX641.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Transferred to Royal Navy at Ceylon
					33615 (MSN 88-12136) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX642.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7354. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed after a mid-air collision with a civil registered aircraft, ZS-BIL, 12Sep53 (1KIS
					33616 (MSN 88-12137) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX643.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7355
					33617 (MSN 88-12138) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX644.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7308
					33618 (MSN 88-12139) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX645.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7356. 		
						No 25 Air School, Standerton, Mpumalanga. Ferried to Swartkop AB, Pretoria Jun45. 
						Stored. Gate Guard at Swartkop for 19 years. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria 1996; stored. 
						The airframe has been stripped down and NDT and corrosion tests will be conducted 
						in the near future. The intention is to restore this airframe to airworthy condition in the future [Oct19].
					33619 (MSN 88-12140) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX646.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7357
					33620 (MSN 88-12141) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX647.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7358. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX647, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947. To Royal Hellenic Air Force 26Mar47 as EX647. After the crash of 
						AT-6D 41-34620, the instigators of the conspiracy theory wanted to prove connection 
						to the communist party [KKE]. They recruited the pilot and sent him in this Harvard to
						Albania 7Apr52 on a supposed secret mission with the pilot pretending to be a communist 
						fugitive. The conspirators betrayed him to the Albanian authorities as a double agent. 
						The pilot was arrested, subjected to a Court Martial and executed 15Apr53. 
						The Harvard was impounded and last reported 1986
					33621 (MSN 88-12142) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX648.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7359. 
						Fatal night flying accident during an attempted forced landing 21Mar44
				33622/33641 (MSN 88-12315/12334) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX649/EX668
					33622 (MSN 88-12315) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX649.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						Crashed on the Inkomo bombing range 13Jan45 (1KIS)..
					33623 (MSN 88-12316) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX650.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. SOC 4Sep45
					33624 (MSN 88-12317) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX651.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Oct52. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H222 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jan58
					33625 (MSN 88-12318) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX652.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 4Sep45
					33626 (MSN 88-12319) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX653.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Accident 20Dec44. SOC 15Feb45
					33627 (MSN 88-12320) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX654.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33628 (MSN 88-12321) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX655.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H205 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jan58
					33629 (MSN 88-12322) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX656.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec48.  
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H206 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded as prototype; 
						designated Harvard 4K. WFU Jan58
					33630 (MSN 88-12323) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX657.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 as H223 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. 
						Used by the Nossin display team; Colonel Nossin, commander of the Advance Pilot School, 
						was leader of a three man demonstration team. Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) 
						operations in Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. WFU Jan61. 
						To South African Air Force as 7730
					33631 (MSN 88-12324) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX658.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia;
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33632 (MSN 88-12325) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX659.  Shipped to South Africa. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7311. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
					Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX659, shipped to UK. Returned to US Government.
						To  Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as EX659 for spares Feb 17, 1947.
						Retired Jun 1959.  To French civil register as F-BJBC, where it spent some time in French Cameroon
						beginning in early 1970s.  Returned to France in 1986 in poor condition.  Fifteen-year restoration completed
						in 2013.  Restored in USAAF colors and current as F-AZOR.
					33633 (MSN 88-12326) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX660.  Shipped to South Africa. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7309. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX660, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H4. 
						SOC Aug58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale Air 
						France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. Montaudran airport, 
						Toulouse for overhaul 4Mar59. Registered 30Jun59 as F-BJBC. WFU 1Dec61. 
						Sold to Société Compagnie Air Cameroun, Doula 23Oct64; delivered at Le Bourget, Paris. 
						Registered 4Nov64; cancelled 27Mar79. In 1986 the plane was returned to France 
						in poor condition. Aéro Rétro 1986. Groupement pour la Préservation du Patrimoine 
						Aéronautique (GPPA) 1998. Registered 1Feb13 as F-AZQR. The aircraft was damaged 
						in a wheels-up forced landing following engine problems at Sainte-Foix, France 15May14. 
						Repaired and airworthy; current [Jun17].  In 2013 was airworthy as F-AZQR 
						as 133633 "Multipurpose Maid"
					33634 (MSN 88-12327) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX661.  Shipped to South Africa. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7315. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX661, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H31. 
						SOC Aug58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium. 
						Registered 11Oct58 as OO-GER; cancelled 24May62. Modified and Equipped for skywriting. 
						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]. Katanga Air Force / Aviation Katangaise as KA-30. Destroyed on the 
						ground (Operation Grand Slam) by cannon fire from an United Nations Operation in the 
						Congo (ONUC) Saab J29 Tunnan at Kolwezi, Katanga 29Dec62
					33635 (MSN 88-12328) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX662.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7313. Crashed 8Aug45 (1KIS).
					33636 (MSN 88-12329) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX663.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7318. 
						Fatal accident when it crashed on the Delmas Road west of Air Force Base Waterkloof, Cape Town 6Sep43
					33637 (MSN 88-12330) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX664.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7361. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed during a low-level mission in the Pretoria area 8Sep62 (1KIS).	
					33638 (MSN 88-12331) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX665.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7314. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal mid-air collision with Harvard 7146 [41-33314] during a formation barrel roll 2May61
					33639 (MSN 88-12332) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX666.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7360. 
						No 68 Air School, Zwartkop; ground instructional airframe
					33640 (MSN 88-12333) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX667.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7312
					33641 (MSN 88-12334) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX668.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7310
				33642/33661 (MSN 88-12535/12554) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX669/EX688
					33642 (MSN 88-12535) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX669.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec48. Damaged when overshot
					 	landing and ran into a ditch at Whites Run, Southern Rhodesia 12May49
					33643 (MSN 88-12536) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX670.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 9Aug44
					33644 (MSN 88-12537) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX671.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 as H211 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33645 (MSN 88-12538) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX672.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group.
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Mar48. 
						Crashed twenty-seven miles from Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia 16Jul48
					33646 (MSN 88-12539) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX673.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33647 (MSN 88-12540) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX674.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 4Sep45
					33648 (MSN 88-12541) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX675.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jan49. 
						Crash landed two miles northeast of Heany, Southern Rhodesia 18Apr50.
					33649 (MSN 88-12542) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX676.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33650 (MSN 88-12543) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX677.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), 
						Norton. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33651 (MSN 88-12544) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX678.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Jul44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H208 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; 
						designated Harvard 4K. Used by the Nossin display team; Colonel Nossin, 
						commander of the Advance Pilot School, was leader of a three man demonstration team. 
						Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African colonies. 
						Designated Harvard 4KA. The plane struck a tree during low level flying and crashed 
						into Lake Nyanza, Usumbura, Ruanda 23Apr62 (1KIS).
					33652 (MSN 88-12545) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX679.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7328
					33653 (MSN 88-12546) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX680.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7329. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX680, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  ToBelgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 as H45. 
						WFU May58. Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium. 
						Registered 11Oct58 as OO-GEP; cancelled 22Oct62. Ferried Belgium to Belgian Congo 
						via Dakar, Senegal 7Jun61.  To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne 
						Congolaise Jan62 as WE-21
					33654 (MSN 88-12547) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX681.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7330
					33655(MSN 88-12548)  to RAF as Harvard IIA EX682.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44.
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo Sep48.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H204 for 
						use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33656 (MSN 88-12549) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX683.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa for Fleet Air Arm Jun43. No 789 Squadron, Wingfield, Cape Town Sep44 to Apr45. SOC 14Jan50
					33657 (MSN 88-12550) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX684.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Feb48 
						as ground instructional airframe 6521M.  Presumably scrapped sometime afterwards.
					33658 (MSN 88-12551) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX685.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7331
					33659 (MSN 88-12552) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX686.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7332. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 18Jul63 (1KIS).
					33660 (MSN 88-12553) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX687.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7320. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Mid-air collision with Harvard 7073 [41-33304] 
						approximately twelve miles south west of Hartbeespoort Dam, South Africa 30Jan45 (1KIS). 
						Transferred to Fleet Air Arm in South Africa as EX687. No 789 Squadron, Wingfield, Cape Town. 
						Shipped to UK. No 727 Squadron, Gosport, Hampshire Jun/Jul47. SOC 12Aug49
					33661 (MSN 88-12554) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX688.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7333. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 9Oct69 as 1523. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 18Jan79 as G-TEAC with MSN 88-9696; cancelled 20Jul95 as destroyed. 
						Departing from North Weald, Essex, crashed 4Mar95 at Woodham Walter, three miles
						west of Maldon, Essex during practice aerobatics with another Harvard IV 
						(RCAF 20286/G-BKCK) [1 fatality/passenger – father: 1 injured/pilot - son]. G-TEAC 
						was practicing moves for an airshow as part of the Harvard Formation Team. 
						The other plane had an engine misfire and pulled out of formation; G-TEAC continued
						with the Half Cuban manoeuvre but was slow, putting it into an inverted spin. 
						The plane recovered and was about 20 feet from the ground when it pulled up to 
						avoid trees. Upon doing so, the plane then crashed into a field, ejecting the pilot 
						and killing the rear passenger. Wings and engine were torn off, and the plane burst 
						into flames. The forward cockpit area was folded back 180 degrees to lie alongside the rear cockpit
				33662/33681 (MSN 88-12755/12774) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX689/EX708
					33662 (MSN 88-12755) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX689.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 31May48
					33663 (MSN 88-12756) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX690.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33664 (MSN 88-12757) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX691.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 1Feb45
					33665 (MSN 88-12758) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX692.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7321. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49 as SR50. 
						Displayed on parade ground at New Sarum AB, Salisbury 1960/67. Removed from display, stored 1968.
						Registered 31Jan89 as ZS-WEJ; cancelled. Restoration at Honeydew, Roodepoort using parts from
						SAAF 7048 & 7651. Reregistered Dec17 as ZU-WEJ. Airworthy as SRAF SR50
					33666 (MSN 88-12759) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX693.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7334. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1518. 
						Transported by sea from South Africa to Lourenço Marques, Mozambique. 
						Abandoned in Mozambique unused by FAP
					33667 (MSN 88-12760) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX694.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7362
					33668 (MSN 88-12761) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX695.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7363. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1556. Ferried from South 
						Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP. 
						Scrapped at A-dos-Eiros, Santiago dos Velhos, Portugal
					33669 (MSN 88-12762) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX696.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Oct44. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec48; engine failure 
						during an overshoot, crashed eight miles northeast of Bulawayo, Southern 
						Rhodesia 26Nov52  
					33670 (MSN 88-12763) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX697.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo 28Feb48 as ground 
						instructional airframe 6522M
					33671 (MSN 88-12764) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX698.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Oct44. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton Dec44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Belgian Air Force / Belgische 
						Luchtmacht Dec53 as H218 for use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jul56
					33672 (MSN 88-12765) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX699.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec48. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 as H207 for use in Belgian Congo.
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; 
						designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations 
						in Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. The pilot made a successful 
						forced landing with engine failure at Kamweka, Congo 25Jul60. The plane was 
						stripped for spare parts 29Jul60 and then set on fire by the Belgian Air Force. SOC Aug60
					33673 (MSN 88-12766) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX700.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec48. Collided with Harvard EX359 [41-33332] 
						near Bushtik, Southern Rhodesia 15Oct52. SOC Nov53
					33674 (MSN 88-12767) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX701.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7364
					33675 (MSN 88-12768) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX702.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Ceylon for Fleet Air Arm. No 757 Squadron, Puttalam, Ceylon Dec43.
					33676 (MSN 88-12769) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX703.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44; 
						Middle East Communications Squadron. SOC 25Sep47
					33677 (MSN 88-12770) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX704.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7365. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident when it crashed during a navigation exercise 27Aug65
					33678 (MSN 88-12771) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX705.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7406. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 17Sep96 as N465SH; 
						cancelled 8Mar18. Reregistered 16Apr18 as N465SH; current [Jan20].
					33679 (MSN 88-12772) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX706.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7407. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1543. Ferried from 
						South Africa to Cuito-Cuanavale, Angola by South African pilots. Stored Angola unused by FAP
					33680 (MSN 88-12773) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX707.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. No 5 Flying 
						Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo  Crashed during attempted 
						forced landing at Heany, Southern Rhodesia Sep 24, 1949
					33681 (MSN 88-12774) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX708.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
				33682/33701 (MSN 88-12975/12994) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX709/EX728 
					33682 (MSN 88-12975) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX709.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 27Oct44
					33683 (MSN 88-12976) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX710.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 29May47
					33684 (MSN 88-12977) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX711.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 1675 Communications Unit. SOC 28Nov46
					33685 (MSN 88-12978) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX712.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						Transferred to USAAF Feb44 as 41-33685. Transferred to RAF. Air Bombing & Gunnery School. SOC 28Nov46
					33686 (MSN 88-12979) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX713.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7322. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident when the aircraft struck high tension wires 17Aug63.
					33687 (MSN 88-12980) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX714.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. SOC 22Feb45
					33688 (MSN 88-12981) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX715.  Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7366. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX715, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33689 (MSN 88-12982) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX716.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7367
					33690 (MSN 88-12983) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX717.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jun43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7368. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Crashed after flying through telephone 
						wires at low-level 7Nov45 (2KIS
					33691 (MSN 88-12984) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX718.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group. Damaged landing at 
						Springfield, MO 10Apr43. Shipped to South Africa Jun43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7372. Crashed in the Rietkuil area, 
						South Africa 26Mar45.
					33692 (MSN 88-12985) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX719.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine. SOC 28Nov46
					33693 (MSN 88-12986) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX720.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 5 Refresher Flying Unit. SOC 21Jun45
					33694 (MSN 88-12987) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX721.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33695 (MSN 88-12988) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX722.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						Returned to USAAF Feb 1, 1944.  Damaged at Deversoir AB in 
						Egypt Oct 25, 1944.  Disposed of by the FLC in Egypt c Aug 22, 1946
					33696 (MSN 88-12989) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX723.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. SOC 29May47
					33697 (MSN 88-12990) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX724.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine. SOC 28Nov46
					33698 (MSN 88-12991) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX725.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33699 (MSN 88-12992) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX726. Shipped to Middle East. SOC May 31, 1945
					33700 (MSN 88-12993) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX727.  Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine
					33701 (MSN 88-12994) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX728. Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				33702/33721 (MSN 88-13175/13194) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX729/EX748
					33702 (MSN 88-13175) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX729.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7373. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX729, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 7May47 as EX729. WFU
					33703 (MSN 88-13176) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX730.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7374. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX730, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX730 for spares Feb47.
					33704 (MSN 88-13177) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX731.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7375. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX731, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May47
					33705 (MSN 88-13178) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX732.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7369. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal accident after it entered a spin 9Sep50
					33706 (MSN 88-13179) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX733.  Shipped to South Africa Aug43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7323.  Crashed when it lost power during take-off 29Sep44.
					33707 (MSN 88-13180) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX734.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7376. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX734, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33708 (MSN 88-13181) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX735.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7324. 
						No 25 Air School, Standerton, Mpumalanga. Whilst conducting low-level aerobatic 
						training, the aircraft crashed near Rietkuil, Middelburg, Mpumalanga 30Jan45 (2KIS).
					33709 (MSN 88-13182) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX736. Shipped to South Africa Jul43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7370. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX736, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman 
						Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force 20Mar47 as EX736. WFU
					33710 (MSN 88-13183) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX737.   Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7393. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						 Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX737, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  
						To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as EX737 for spares Feb47
					33711 (MSN 88-13184) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX738.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7394. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX738, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33712 (MSN 88-13185) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX739.  Shipped to South Africa Jul43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7371
					33713 (MSN 88-13186) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX740.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7377. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed after it hit trees during a low-level training mission 21May56.
					33714 (MSN 88-13187) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX741.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1038. 
						Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. 
						Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Stored at Woodbourne Sep72. Declared 
						surplus and sold 1May78. Fuselage used in restoration of NZ977 (MSN 76-3834). 
						Stored in incomplete condition, Auckland. Col Pay, Scone, NSW, Australia 1982. 
						Fuselage of NZ1086 (42-84544) used in restoration; its NAA plate was lost during r
						ebuild at Jandakot, so adopted identity of NZ1038. Registered 19Mar92 as VH-AYO; 
						current [May18]..
					33715 (MSN 88-13188) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX742.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1039. 
						Central Flying School, Tauranga 1944. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. 
						Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Stored at Woodbourne Sep72. 
						Declared surplus and sold 1May78.
					33716 (MSN 88-13189) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX743.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1040. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Woodbourne Sep72. 
						Declared surplus and sold 1May78. Engine Support Inc., Florida, USA. Silverstream 
						Aeronautical Society, Stokes Valley, Lower Hutt. Canterbury Flight of Confederate 
						Air Force for restoration to flying condition 1988. Registration ZK-REB assigned 1992; 
						not taken up, cancelled. Sold in Australia Mar00. Registered 7Mar00 as VH-XXH to 
						Cairns Airport Hangars Pty Ltd, Cairns, Queensland; current [May18]..
					33717 (MSN 88-13190) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX744.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1041. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Declared surplus and sold 8Oct71. 
						New Zealand National Airways Corporation Technical Training School, Auckland 
						as ground instructional airframe. Dismantled at Christchurch and transferred 
						to Auckland 17Mar72. Sold and stored at Blenheim.
					33718 (MSN 88-13191) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX745.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1042. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Crashed in Matukituki Valley, Otago 17Jan53 
						while searching for two missing trampers. The aircraft was caught in a 
						downdraught and crashed into a deep ravine (1KIS:1INJ). SOC 1Apr53.
					33719 (MSN 88-13192) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX746.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1043. 
						Damaged in collision by NZ1014 [41-33165] when taxying at Ohakea, Palmerston 
						North 28Jun45. SOC 9Aug45.
					33720 (MSN 88-13193) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX747.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1044. 
						No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston North 1944. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. First Mk IIa to be upgraded to Mk 2A* Aug54. 
						No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch 
						3Sep54/18Nov55. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Declared surplus 
						and sold 8Oct71. New Zealand National Airways Corporation Technical 
						Training School, Christchurch as ground instructional airframe. Stored in 
						Christchurch with Air New Zealand Training School. Offered for sale by 
						tender 15Jul05. Private owner, Rolleston, NZ. Restoration to flying condition 2006
					33721 (MSN 88-13194) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX748.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Jun43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 26Jun43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1045. 
						No 30 Squadron, Gisborne. Crashed and burned during a training flight 11Nov43. 
						The aircraft hit trees on a farm near Gisborne while low flying, lost a wing
						and crashed through a house before catching fire (1KIS:1INJ). SOC 24Nov43.
				33722/33741 (MSN 88-13395/13414) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX749/EX768
					33722 (MSN 88-13395) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX749. No trace of receipt by RAF.   
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7397. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49 as SR48.   Displayed on parade ground 
						at New Sarum AB, Salisbury 1960/67. Removed from display; stored 1968. Exhibited at the 
						Midlands Museum, Gweru AB, Zimbabwe. Renamed the Zimbabwe Military Museum 1985
					33723 (MSN 88-13396) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX750. Shipped to South Africa Aug43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7398. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX750, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. 
						To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as EX750 for spares Feb47..  
					33724 (MSN 88-13397) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX751.  Shipped to South Africa Aug43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7395.
					33725 (MSN 88-13398) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX752.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine. SOC 29May47
					33726 (MSN 88-13399) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX753.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhll, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo. Southern Rhodesian Air Force Mar52. Returned to RAF Jun52; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jun52.
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 as H210 for use in Belgian Congo. 
						Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; 
						designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in 
						Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. The aircraft was escorting a 
						helicopter with an important citizen on board 17Jul60. Radio contact with the Harvard 
						was abruptly broken when they flew over the highly sensitive zone of Thysville - Matadi. 
						Found a few days later, the plane had been shot down by ground fire near a bridge at 
						Inkisi, Congo. The pilot was probably injured but made a successful forced landing. 
						Missionaries rushing to help him were chased away by the rebels who shot the pilot 
						and threw his body into the river in a place that was full of crocodiles
					33727 (MSN 88-13400) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX754.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 4Apr46
					33728 (MSN 88-13301) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX755.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7399. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49
					33729 (MSN 88-13402) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX756.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44.
						Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946 as 41-33729
					33730 (MSN 88-13403) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX757.  Shipped to South Africa Aug43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7396
					33731 (MSN 88-13404) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX758.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, EgyptReturned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946 as 41-33731 
					33732 (MSN 88-13405) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX759.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						Air Bombing & Gunnery School. SOC 29May47.
					33733 (MSN 88-13406) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX760.  Shipped to South Africa Aug43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7400. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX760, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H32. SOCOct56; scrapped
					33734 (MSN 88-13407) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX761.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 75 Operational Training Unit. No 1342 Flight. Air Bombing & Gunnery School. SOC 28Nov46
					33735 (MSN 88-13408) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX762.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						Air Bombing & Gunnery School. SOC 28Nov46
					33736 (MSN 88-13409) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX763.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct43. Written off 19Jan44
					33737 (MSN 88-13410) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX764.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. SOC Jul44
					33738 (MSN 88-13411) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX765.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC 5Jan50
					33739 (MSN 88-13412) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX766.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury.
						 No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Crashed 22Oct48
					33740 (MSN 88-13413) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX767.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egyp.  tCrashed after colliding with 
						Harvard EX126 (41-33099), date uncertain.  RAF record card
						for EX126 says Oct 3, 1944, but that for EX767 says Oct 4, 1944.
					33741 (MSN 88-13414) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX768.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. Crashed 23Nov45
				33742/33761 (MSN 88-13588/13607) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX769/EX788
					33742 (MSN 88-13588) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX769.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7401. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed after 
						engine failure during a night navigation sortie at Springs, Gauteng 3Oct60.
					33743 (MSN 88-13589) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX770.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7402. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed when the 
						aircraft’s wing struck the ground near Heidelberg, Gauteng 2Aug57 (1KIS).
					33744 (MSN 88-13590) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX771.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 
						Nov53 as H220. Modified by SIPA at Villacoublay, France for counter insurgency (COIN) 
						operations in Belgium's African colonies May58. Advanced Pilots’ School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. Designated Harvard 4KA. 
						Command for the Metropolitan Forces of Ruanda-Urundi (COMRU), Kigali, Ruanda 1961. 
						SOC Aug62. Delivered 18Aug62 from Burundi to Leopoldville, Congo with a refuelling 
						stop at Kamina, Belgian Congo. Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne
						Congolaise Aug62 as H220, later 9T-P36
					33745 (MSN 88-13591) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX772.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7403
					33746 (MSN 88-13592) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX773.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33747 (MSN 88-13593) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX774.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7404. 
						Fatal accident when it hit a tree during a low level sortie in the Kroonstad area 6Oct44	
					33748 (MSN 88-13594) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX775.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Aug43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7408.
					33749 (MSN 88-13595) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX776.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7405
					33750 (MSN 88-13596) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX777.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Collided with FT164 [43-12905], 
						which had run into a hole, landing at Heany, Southern Rhodesia 13Apr53
					33751 (MSN 88-13597) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX778.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33752 (MSN 88-13598) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX779.  Shipped to South Africa Jul43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7409. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX779, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht as H43. WFU Aug58. 
						Compagnie Generale d'Exploitation Aeronautique (COGEA), Ostend, Belgium.
						Registered 25Jan62 as OO-GDM; 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]. 
						Katanga Air Force / Aviation Katangaise as KA-25. Damaged by fire from an United 
						Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) Saab J29 Tunnan when leaving Kowezi 26Dec62; 
						landed at Jadotville-Kamatanda airfield. Seized by United Nations at Jadotville, 
						Congo-Léopoldville Dec62/Jan63. Turned over to Congolese Air Force 14Feb64. 
						Not repaired, salvaged
					33753 (MSN 88-13599) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX780.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Oct43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 4Sep45
					33754 (MSN 88-13600) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX781.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7410.
					33755 (MSN 88-13601) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX782.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Jul43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7411. 
						Crashed after the aircraft hit a fence 18Nov44 (2KIS)
					33756 (MSN 88-13602) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX783.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group. Crashed after fuel exhaustion three miles 
						south of Richmond, IN 22May43. Shipped to New Zealand Dec43. Assembled at 
						Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 24Dec43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New 
						Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1070. Received in bad condition with numerous parts 
						missing and wooden rear fuselage. Stored at Hobsonville Mar45/Jul45. Transferred to 
						RNZAF Sep46. Transferred to Hamilton. SOC Woodbourne, Blenheim 3Feb54 as reduced to spares						.
					33757 (MSN 88-13603) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX784.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill,
						Gwelo Aug44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Dec53 as H221. Advanced Pilots’ School, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. 
						Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African colonies. 
						Designated Harvard 4KA. Command for the Metropolitan Forces of Ruanda-Urundi 
						(COMRU), Kigali, Ruanda 1961. SOC Aug62. Delivered 18Aug62 from Burundi 
						to Leopoldville, Congo with a refuelling stop at Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Aug62 
						as H221, later 9T-P37.
					33758 (MSN 88-13604) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX785.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33759 (MSN 88-13605) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX786.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  To Southern Rhodesian Air Force Mar52
					33760 (MSN 88-13606) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX787.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7412. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal mid-air collision 20Aug77 (2KIS).
					33761 (MSN 88-13607) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX788.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Sep43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Nov53 
						as H203 for use in Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 for counter 
						insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. 
						Accident at Rutare, Ruanda-Urundi 17Jun60; not repaired. SOC Oct60.  
						To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Aug62 for spares
				33762/33781 (MSN 88-13903/13922) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX789/EX808 
					33762 (MSN 88-13903) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX789.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 19Jul43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1046. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Declared surplus Wigram, 
						Christchurch 19Jul63. SOC 12Sep63. No 3 Technical Training School, Wigram, 
						Christchurch as ground instructional airframe INST185; used for fire crew training. 
						Scrapped by early 1970s.
					33763 (MSN 88-13904) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX790.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1047. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch 27Apr56. Crashed in Rakaia River, 
						Canterbury Plains when it struck the ground during a low flying exercise 7Oct56. 
						The aircraft's starboard wing tip had struck a small hill and it cart wheeled into 
						the ground (1KIS). SOC 7Feb57.
					33764 (MSN 88-13905) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX791.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1048. 
						No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston North 1944. 
						Crashed at Raumai after mid-air collision with NZ1035 [41-33563] during a 
						training flight 4Aug45. The aircraft tail was destroyed in the accident and it 
						spiralled into farmland near Ohakea (1KIS). SOC 21Aug45.
					33765 (MSN 88-13906) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX792.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1049. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Declared surplus and SOC 26Oct62. Scrapped 1963	
					33766 (MSN 88-13907) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX793.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1050. 
						No 2 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, Palmerston North 1944. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Woodbourne, 
						Blenheim Sep72. Ground instructional airframe INST207 20Feb73. 
						Displayed as gate guardian at Wigram, Christchurch from 14Jun73 as NZ1050.
						Reported 2008 to be mounted on a pole at the entrance to RNZAF Museum.
					33767 (MSN 88-13908) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX794.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1051. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Central Flying School, 
						Wigram, Christchurch. Used by the Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
						Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Wigram Aerobatic Team for display at air shows 1948. 
						Flown on 23Sep48 when two of the Harvards, NZ1051 and NZ1089, were tethered 
						together by a rope attached to their wing tips. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim from September 1972. Declared surplus and sold 
						1May78. Registered 1May01 as VH-NZH to Judith E. Pay, Tyabb, Victoria; current [May18].
					33768 (MSN 88-13909) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX795.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1052. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim Sep72. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. 
						Dismantled and incomplete to Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland.
						Sold 1982. Registered 2Jun87 as ZK-MJN. Rebuilt to flying condition by Aero Tech 
						at Ardmore during 1990-91. Harvard 1052 Syndicate, Auckland 11Dec91; current [May18]..
					33769 (MSN 88-13910) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX796.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 19Jul43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1053. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62.
						 Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim Sep72. Declared surplus and sold 1May78.
						 Registered 23Dec97 as ZK-JJA to Harvard 53 Syndicate, Ardmore; current [May18].
						 Damaged when ground looped at Whangarei 27Mar04.
					33770 (MSN 88-13911) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX797.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 31May45
					33771 (MSN 88-13912) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX798.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7413
					33772 (MSN 88-13913) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX799.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7414. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Mid-air collision with Harvard 7073 [41-33304] 7Feb53 (1KIS).
					33773 (MSN 88-13914) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX800.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33774 (MSN 88-13915) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX801.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33775 (MSN 88-13916) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX802.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7415. 
						Fatal accident during formation flying with Harvard 7056 [41-33174] 19Jun44
					33776 (MSN 88-13917) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX803.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7416. Crashed 24Aug44
					33777 (MSN 88-13918) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX804.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7417
					33778 (MSN 88-13919) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX805.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7418. 
						Fatal accident near UItkyk, Bojanala, South Africa 19Apr44
					33779 (MSN 88-13920) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX806.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Aug44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33780 (MSN 88-13921) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX807.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 31May45
					33781 (MSN 88-13922) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX808.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7500. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX808, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX808 for spares Feb47
				33782/33801 (MSN 88-14159/14178) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX809/EX828
					33782 (MSN 88-14159) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX809.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7462. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX809, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33783 (MSN 88-14160) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX810.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. SOC 5Feb46
					33784 (MSN 88-14161) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX811.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7463. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Exported to USA. 
						Registered Mar97 as N4968S. Reregistered 27Feb15 as N620AJ; current [Jan20].
					33785 (MSN 88-14162) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX812.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Sep48. SOC Nov53
					33786 (MSN 88-14163) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX813.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7464. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force
						Collided Jun 30, 1962 with Douglas DC-4-1009 (ZS-BMH, MSN 43157) of South African 
						Airways that was on approach to Durban. The Harvard with callsign 'Chaka 2' 
						crashed on the Bluff peninsula, Durban, both pilots parachuted to safety.
						The DC-4 made a safe emergency landing with damaged tail fin
					33787 (MSN 88-14164) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX814.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						Air Headquarters East Mediterranean Communications Flight. 
						No 213 Squadron Dec48. No 249 Squadron Sep49. SOC 22Nov50
					33788 (MSN 88-14165) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX815.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7465. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 4Aug51
					33789 (MSN 88-14166) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX816.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7455. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Accident 31Aug63
					33790 (MSN 88-14167) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX817.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7471. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 Dec96 as N7471S; current [Jan20]. Race #30 ‘Vixen’
					33791 (MSN 88-14168) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX818.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury; Rhodesian Air Training Wing Communications Flight. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo.  Crashed 4 mi S of Bembesi,
						Southern Rhodesia May 25, 1953 after colliding with Harvard EX167
						(41-33140) during aerobatic practise.
					33792 (MSN 88-14169) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX819,  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7466. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
					 	Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX819, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
						Nederland as EX819 for spares Feb47.  
					33793 (MSN 88-14170) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX820.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7467. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX820, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33794 (MSN 88-14171) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX821.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7470. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX821, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33795 (MSN 88-14172) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX822.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. 
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. SOC 4Dec45.
					33796 (MSN 88-14173) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX823.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7468. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX823, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H33. 
						SOC Aug58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale 
						Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. 
						Montaudran airport, Toulouse for overhaul Jan59. Registered 5May59 as 
						F-BJBK. WFU 1Feb62. Sold 11Apr65 to Société Air-Nautic de Nice, 
						Nice-Côte d'Azur, France. Registration cancelled 5Jul67
					33797 (MSN 88-14174) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX824.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Aug44. 
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton Aug44. SOC by 1Jan47
					33798 (MSN 88-14175) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX825.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Aug43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1054. 
						No 25 Squadron, Seagrove, Auckland 1943. Crashed 14Dec45. Written off at 
						Ohakea 18Mar46 as beyond economical repair. SOC Ohakea 15Apr46.
					33799 (MSN 88-14176) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX826.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 9Aug43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] 
						as NZ1055. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 2A*.   
						Crashed at Wigram, Christchurch after striking trees
						during training flight Feb 2, 1956.  SOC Woodbourne, Blenheim 4Apr56 as being reduced to spares
					33800 (MSN 88-14177) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX827.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Aug43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1056. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Wigram, Christchurch 21Dec50/3May52. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial 
						Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 29Aug52/22Aug55. RNZAF Whenuapai Station 
						Flight 22Aug55/Dec55. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Fitted out as Forward Air Control 
						aircraft. No 14 Squadron Ohakea, Palmerston North 1965. Took part in final 
						Harvard flypast over Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. 
						Registered 12Oct78 as ZK-ENL. Ferried to Australia 12May79. Registered 9Feb84 
						as VH-NAH; current [May18]
					33801 (MSN 88-14178) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX828.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Jul43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Aug43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1057.
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Taieri, Otago 20Jun53/27May55. Upgraded to Mk 2A*. Stored at Woodbourne, 
						Blenheim from September 1972. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. Engine 
						Support Inc., Florida, USA. Silverstream Aeronautical Society, Stokes Valley, 
						Lower Hutt. Restored to flying condition at Ardmore during early 1990s. 
						Harvard 1057 Syndicate, Auckland. Registered 18Dec97 as ZK-TVI; current. 
						First post-restoration flight 23Dec97. The aircraft experienced a landing 
						gear collapse landing at Wanaka Airport, Wanaka, Otago, South Island 28Mar16
				33802/33819 (MSN 88-14365/14382) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX829/EX846        
					33802 (MSN 88-14365) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX829.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7456
					33803 (MSN 88-14366) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX830.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. Crash landed two miles 
						east of Heany, Southern Rhodesia after over-shooting 17Feb49.
					33804 (MSN 88-14367) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX831.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7457. 
						Fatal accident 29Jul69.
					33805 (MSN 88-14368) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX832.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Jul44. Central Flying 
						School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton Aug44. No 5 Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec47. 
						Crash landed at Heany, Southern Rhodesia 5Jul49
					33806 (MSN 88-14369) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX833.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 33 Flying Instructor School, Norton. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), 
						Norton. SOC 4Apr46
					33807 (MSN 88-14370) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX834.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33808 (MSN 88-14371) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX835.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7458. Central Flying School, 
						Dunnottar, Nigel. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX835, shipped to UK. 
						To Italian Air Force / Aeronautica Militare Italiana May49. Exported to USA. 
						Registered 29Jul97 as N7458S. Reregistered 24Jul07 as N164EW; cancelled 2Jan18. 
						Substantially damaged at Roxbury, NY 9May14. En route to the destination the weather 
						was deteriorating and the ceilings were getting low. As a precaution the pilot 
						started to look for a place to land since the weather was closing in and his 
						fuel was also getting low. The pilot located a private grass strip and made an 
						attempt to land. As the airplane touched down on the field the pilot applied the 
						brakes, but he had little brake response due to the wet grass. When the pilot 
						realized that he would be unable to stop the airplane prior to the end of the runway, 
						he initiated a go-around and struck a power line followed by trees before losing 
						control and colliding with the ground. The airplane sustained substantial damage 
						to both wings and the fuselage
					33809 (MSN 88-14372) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX836.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7459. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Crashed when failed to pull out of dive near 
						Bankfontein, south of Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 29Feb44 (1KIS). 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX836, 
						shipped to UK Jan47. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33810 (MSN 88-14373) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX837.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7460. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Crashed during low-level aerobatics 25Mar61 (1KIS).
					33811 (MSN 88-14374) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX838.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7461. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Southern Rhodesian Air Force 3Mar49 as SR52.
					33812 (MSN 88-14375) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX839.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33813 (MSN 88-14376) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX840.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 26Sep46
					33814 (MSN 88-14377) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX841.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7428. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1536. 
						Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
					33815 (MSN 88-14378) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX842.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
						Thornhill, Gwelo Jul44. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						Spun and crashed near Heany, Southern Rhodesia 1Aug50
					33816 (MSN 88-14379) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX843.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 29May47
					33817 (MSN 88-14380) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX844.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 27Jul44.
					33818 (MSN 88-14381) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX845.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Dec47. Southern Rhodesian Air Force Mar52
					33819 (MSN 88-14382) to RAF as Harvard IIA EX846.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine. SOC 31May45.
41-33820/34122		North American AT-6D-NT Texan
				Redesignated T-6D Jun 11, 1948.
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				33820/33821 (MSN 88-14383/14384) to RAF as Harvard III EX847/EX848
					33820 (MSN 88-14383) to RAF as Harvard III EX847.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7429. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. WFU. 
						Exported to Luxembourg. Registered 13Aug96 as D-FASS. Operated by 
						Quax Flieger Group, Mannheim, Germany.	
					33821 (MSN 88-14384) to RAF as Harvard III EX848.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 28Nov46
				33822/33841 (MSN 88-14475/14494) to RAF as Harvard III EX849/EX868
					33822 (MSN 88-14475) to RAF as Harvard III EX849.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 1330 Communications Unit. SOC 29Aug46
					33823 (MSN 88-14476) to RAF as Harvard III EX850.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7451. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX850, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					33824 (MSN 88-14477) to RAF as Harvard III EX851.  41-33824	MSN 88-14477	Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33825 (MSN 88-14478) to RAF as Harvard III EX852. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
					33826 (MSN 88-14479) to RAF as Harvard III EX853. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
					33827 (MSN 88-14480) to RAF as Harvard III EX854. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						SOC Nov53. Delivered to Belgian Air Force, Kamina, Belgian Congo for use as spares
					33828 (MSN 88-14481) to RAF as Harvard III EX855.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7448. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX855, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33829 (MSN 88-14482) to RAF as Harvard III EX856. Shipped to Middle East. 
						No 1330 Communications Unit. No 1 Middle East Check & Conversion Unit, 
						Bilbeis, Egypt; wrecked while parked by strong winds at Bilbeis 14May45
					33830 (MSN 88-14483) to RAF as Harvard III EX857.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7449. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Displayed as gate guard at Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape Province, South Africa.
					33831 (MSN 88-14484) to RAF as Harvard III EX858.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7444. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX858, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33832 (MSN 88-14485) to RAF as Harvard III EX859.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. Crashed five miles 
						east of Norton, Southern Rhodesia 5Apr45 (2KIS).
					33833 (MSN 88-14486) to RAF as Harvard III EX860.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 71 Operational Training Unit, Ismailia, Egypt. 
						No 75 Operational Training Unit. No 1342 Flight. SOC 28Nov46
					33834 (MSN 88-14487) to RAF as Harvard III EX861.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
					33835 (MSN 88-14488) to RAF as Harvard III EX862. Lend-Lease to British Government. 
						Delivered to RAF as Harvard III EX862. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33836 (MSN 88-14489) to RAF as Harvard III EX863.  Lend-Lease to British Government. 
						Delivered to RAF as Harvard III EX863. Shipped to Middle East. SOC 28Nov46
					33837 (MSN 88-14490) to RAF as Harvard III EX864.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7419. 
						No 25 Air School, Standerton, Mpumalanga. Crash at low-level following a stall 
						in the vicinity of Springbokspruit farmstead, Mpumalanga 5Jan44 (1KIS.
					33838 (MSN 88-14491) to RAF as Harvard III EX865.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Sep43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 6Oct43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1058. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. .  Force landed at Darfield Apr 1975, uneconomical to repair.
						Presented to Ferrymead Aviation Society, Christchurch late 1976.  On cisplay a Ferrymead Museum
						Christchurch after rebuilt to static condition, incorporating parts from NZ1080 (42-84300)
					33839 (MSN 88-14492) to RAF as Harvard III EX866.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Sep43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 6Oct43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1059. 
						No 4 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit, Ardmore.  Struck by P-40 NZ3163 on ground at Ardmore May 16, 1944. 
						The P-40 slewed to the left of the runway on landing and its wing tip sliced 
						through the Harvard's cockpit (1KIS). SOC 24May44 To instructional airframe as INST101.  
						Later transferred to Air Training Corp Northern Wing
					33840 (MSN 88-14493) to RAF as Harvard III EX867.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Sep43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 6Oct43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1060.
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Wigram, Christchurch 10Apr52/29Feb56. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at 
						Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Presented to Royal Australian Air Force and 
						transported to Australia by RAAF Hercules 23Nov77. Restored to flying condition 
						by Winrye Aviation. Registered 28Sep88 as VH-SFY to RAAF Museum, Point Cook, 
						Victoria. Substantially damaged when ground looped on landing at West Sale, 
						Fulham, Victoria 2Dec04. The aircraft sustained major damage to its centre section, 
						including the Primary structure of the centre section, fuel tanks and main landing gear.
						The RH main landing gear was ripped completely out of the centre section during 
						the accident. The outer wings also sustained major damage. The engine was 
						damaged requiring the replacement of a number of cylinder assemblies. 
						The engine mount and engine cowls were also damaged. Registration cancelled 
						16Jun08 as beyond economical repair. Sold at auction 20Oct10. Rebuild project 
						by Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS), Albion Park, Illawarra, NSW 2010.
					33841 (MSN 88-14494) to RAF as Harvard III EX868.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Sep43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 6Oct43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1061. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Whenuapai, Auckland 9Jul56/15Aug57. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at Wigram, 
						Christchurch Jul62. Took part in Harvard 30th Anniversary Flypast over Christchurch 
						22Mar71. Took part in final Harvard flypast over Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared 
						surplus and sold 1May78. Registered 2Aug78 as ZK-ENH. Flown Auckland to Sydney, Australia
						15Apr79. Registered 1Jul80 as VH-PEM; current [May18].
				33842/33861 (MSN 88-14540/14559) to RAF as Harvard III EX869/EX888 
					33842 (MSN 88-14540) to RAF as Harvard III EX869.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7450. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1509. 
						Arthur S. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA. 
						Registered 19Jun01 as N4081J, expired 31Dec11, cancelled 15May17
					33843 (MSN 88-14541) to RAF as Harvard III EX870. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33844 (MSN 88-14542) to RAF as Harvard III EX871.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7472. 
						No 27 Air School, Bloemspruit, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. Crashed when the 
						aircraft flew into the ground during low-level training in the Bloemfontein area 17Nov44 (1KIS).
					33845 (MSN 88-14543) to RAF as Harvard III EX872.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7420. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Crashed at Heidelberg, Western Cape 27Mar45 (2KIS).
					33846 (MSN 88-14544) to RAF as Harvard III EX873.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7430. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1517. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Museu do Ar (Portuguese Air Force Museum). Moved from Sintra to Alverca Oct11. 
						Preserved and on display [last noted Jul17].
					33847 (MSN 88-14545) to RAF as Harvard III EX874.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7473. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Fatal crash when landed on top of de Havilland Moth Minor 1474, 23Mar65
					33848 (MSN 88-14546) to RAF as Harvard III EX875.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7453. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX875, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						Station Flight, Wattisham Dec47. SOC 20Jul48
					33849 (MSN 88-14547) to RAF as Harvard III EX876.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group. Forced landing with mechanical failure 
						at Washington National Airport, Gravelly Point, DC 4Aug43. Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7484. Fatal accident 25May45
					33850 (MSN 88-14548) to RAF as Harvard III EX877.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 2Jul45
					33851 (MSN 88-14549) to RAF as Harvard III EX878.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7421
					33852 (MSN 88-14550) to RAF as Harvard III EX879.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7422. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX879, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33853 (MSN 88-14551) to RAF as Harvard III EX880.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7423. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX880, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33854 (MSN 88-14552) to RN or RAF as Harvard III EX881.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7424. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1506. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 18Jan79 as G-SUES; cancelled 10Feb84 on export to Norway. 
						Registration LN-LFW assigned; not taken up. Registered 11Jul86 as LN-WNH; current [Sep18].
						Painted as Royal Norwegian AF serial FS907
					33855 (MSN 88-14553) to RAF as Harvard III EX882.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7425. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX882, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33856 (MSN 88-14554) to RAF as Harvard III EX883.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7432. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX883, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33857 (MSN 88-14555) to RAF as Harvard III EX884.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7426. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1513. Esquadra de 
						Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 22Mar04 as G-CCOY; current [Jun20].
						Conflict:
						Registered as N40814 with MSN EX884; expired 31Dec11, cancelled 15May17.
						[owner of G-CCOY confirms no connection].
					33858 (MSN 88-14556) to RAF as Harvard III EX885.   Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7433. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX885, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX885 for spares Feb47.  
					33859 (MSN 88-14557) to RAF as Harvard III EX886.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7427. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX886, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33860 (MSN 88-14558) to RAF as Harvard III EX887.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7454. 
						Involved in a mid-air collision 7Jul44
					33861 (MSN 88-14559) to RAF as Harvard III EX888.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 28Nov46
				33862/33881 MSN 88-14656/14675) to RAF as Harvard III EX889/EX908
					33862 (MSN 88-14656) to RAF as Harvard III EX889.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7440. 
						Fatal accident when it crashed during a night flying sortie 19Jan44
					33863 (MSN 88-14657) to RAF as Harvard III EX890.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7445. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1511
					33864 (MSN 88-14658) to RAF as Harvard III EX891.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						SOC Nov53. Delivered to Belgian Air Force, Kamina, Belgian Congo for use as spares
					33865 (MSN 88-14659) to RAF as Harvard III EX892.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7431. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1516. 
						Depósito Geral de Material Aeronáutico (DGMA), Alverca, Portugal; 
						Stored unused by FAP. Registration G-BGOS reserved Mar79; not taken up. 
						Registered Jun80 as N3770D; current [Jun20].
					33866 (MSN 88-14660) to RAF as Harvard III EX893.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7446. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX893, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland a
						ss EX893 for spares Feb47. 
					33867 (MSN 88-14661) to RN as Harvard III EX894.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7441. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1504. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Registered 17Jan79 as G-ELLY; cancelled 29Feb84 as destroyed. The aircraft was 
						participating in the Air Rally of Malta and crashed over the seminary building 
						at Tal-Virtu, Rabat, Malta 22Jun82.
					33868 (MSN 88-14662) to RAF as Harvard III EX895. Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7434. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX895, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 
						as EX895 for spares use; made airworthy 15Nov48 as 32-351. Eskadrille 4. 
						To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. 
						Crashed Herstedvester, Denmark 12Jan56 (2KIS).
					33869 (MSN 88-14663) to RAF as Harvard III EX896.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33870 (MSN 88-14664) to RAF as Harvard III EX897.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec43; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33871 (MSN 88-14665) to RAF as Harvard III EX898. Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7447. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX898, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX898 for spares Feb47.  
					33872 (MSN 88-14666) to RAF as Harvard III EX899.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7435. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed landing at 
						Louis Botha Airport, Durban10Feb64. Crashed landing at Bloemfontein AB, 
						Orange Free State 21Aug72. 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 1997 
						as N7435U. The aircraft was en route from Bloomington (BMG), IN to Athens (KAHN), GA 
						for a fueling stop 13Aug11. The pilot stated that the airplane's fuel tanks were full prior 
						to departing on the 2.5-hour cross-country flight. Approximately twenty miles north 
						of the destination airport, the pilot observed a low fuel caution. He elected to divert 
						to an airport approximately twenty miles east of the airplane's position; approximately 
						two miles from the diversion airport, the airplane experienced a total loss of engine power. 
						The pilot selected a field and conducted a forced landing. The airplane landed hard 
						resulting in substantial damage to the fuselage and engine firewall. Post accident 
						examination by a Federal Aviation Administration inspector revealed that the airplane's 
						fuel tanks were void of fuel, and there was no evidence of fuel leakage. The pilot said that 
						he had flown this route before and had used the same power settings for this flight.
						Sale reported 10Feb12; registration cancelled 7Aug13.
					33873 (MSN 88-14667) to RAF as Harvard III EX900.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7442. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX900, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33874 (MSN 88-14668) to RAF as Harvard III EX901.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7436. 
						Night landing accident 8Nov44 (1KIS).
					33875 (MSN 88-14669) to RAF as Harvard III EX902.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7437. Damaged when it landed on 
						top of a de Havilland Moth Minor at Springbokspruit farmstead, Gert Sibande 
						District, Mpumalanga, South Africa 28Jan44. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX902, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33876 (MSN 88-14670) to RAF as Harvard III EX903.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7474. 
						Written-off after an accident 20Jan45
					33877 (MSN 88-14671) to RAF as Harvard III EX904.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7438.
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Collided with a vehicle during take-off and crashed 18Mar49
					33878 (MSN 88-14672) to RAF as Harvard III EX905.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Nov43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Dec43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1066. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Whenuapai, Auckland 27Sep55/6Dec56. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at Wigram, 
						Christchurch Jul62. Took part in final Harvard flypast over Christchurch 24Jun77. 
						Declared surplus and sold 1May78. Registered 20Jun78 as ZK-ENE; current [May18]. 
						Damaged in a collision during an aerobatic display practice at Ardmore, Auckland 
						25Feb90. ZK-ENN was flying as aircraft No 4 in a formation aerobatic team. During a 
						'bomb burst' manoeuvre ZK-ENN collided with ZK-ENE, the No 3 aircraft, and dived 
						into the airfield. The pilot of ZK-ENN died in the accident. ZK-ENE was able to make 
						an emergency landing; its pilot was uninjured. Accident at Hamilton 27Feb93. 
						Wanaka Harvard Syndicate, Wanaka 25Feb94. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed 
						on landing at Wanaka 21Dec96. Damaged when crash landed at Wanaka 23May99.
					33879 (MSN 88-14673) to RAF as Harvard III EX906.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Nov43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Dec43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1067. 
						No 2 (Bomber Reconnaissance) Squadron, Ohakea, Palmerston North 1945. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Crashed in the Eyrewell State Forest during a 
						training flight from Wigram 17Mar55. Control of the aircraft was lost during a
						slow roll and it crashed into the river bed and burnt out (1KIS). SOC 4Jul55
					33880 (MSN 88-14674) to RAF as Harvard III EX907.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Nov43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Dec43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1068. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Taieri, Otago 5Jun56/22Jul57. No 1 Flying Training School, Taieri, Otago. 
						Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim. No 4 Technical Training School, Woodbourne, 
						Blenheim as ground instructional airframe INST172 17Oct57. Declared surplus 
						and sold 1May78. Mapua, NZ; stored on farm 1978/03
					33881 (MSN 88-14675) to RAF as Harvard III EX908.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to New Zealand Nov43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9Dec43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1069. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Taieri, 
						Otago 28May55/25Aug55. RNZAF Taiere 25Aug55/22Jul57. No 1 Flying Training 
						School, Taieri, Otago. Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim. No 4 Technical 
						Training School, Woodbourne, Blenheim as ground instructional airframe INST173 
						17Oct57. No 23 Air Training Corps Squadron, Nelson 1964. Central Institute of 
						Technology, Auckland. Declared surplus and sold Jan72. Restoration project; 
						stored at Dairy Flat Airfield, Silverdale, Auckland
				33882/33897 (MSN 14716/14731) to RAF as Harvard III EX909/EX924
					33882 (MSN 88-14716) to RAF as Harvard III EX909.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7475. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 20May96 as ZU-AYS; current [May18]. Flying Lions Aerobatic Formation Team #
					33883 (MSN 88-14717) to RAF as Harvard III EX910.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7476. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX910, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H34. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots’ School, Kamina, 
						Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. Modified 1959 
						for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African colonies. 
						Designated Harvard 4KA. Command for the Metropolitan Forces of Ruanda-Urundi 
						(COMRU), Kigali, Ruanda 1961. SOC Aug62. Delivered 18Aug62 from Burundi to 
						Leopoldville, Congo with a refuelling stop at Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Aug62 as H34
					33884 (MSN 88-14718) to RAF as Harvard III EX911.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7485. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1515. 
						Transported by sea from South Africa to Lourenço Marques, Mozambique. 
						Abandoned in Mozambique unused by FAP
					33885 (MSN 88-14719) to RAF as Harvard III EX912.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7477
					33886 (MSN 88-14720) to RAF as Harvard III EX913.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to India for Fleet Air Arm. No 797 Squadron, Ceylon. No 728 Squadron, Hal Far, Malta
					33887 (MSN 88-14721) to RAF as Harvard III EX914.  Shipped to South Africa Nov43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7443. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX914, shipped to UK Jan47.
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					33888 (MSN 88-14722) to RAF as Harvard III EX915.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7439. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						No 22 Air School, Vereeniging, Gauteng. Central Flying School, Dunnottar, Nigel. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 5Aug69 as 1502. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon.  
						To Norfolk Aerial Spraying Ltd as G-JUDI Nov 17, 1978
						Still airworthy in UK, painted as FX301 (which was really 43-34718).
						Registered Feb 16, 2009 to P. Squires of Blackppo as G-TXAN.  
 						Registration G-TXAN cancelled on November 26, 2019 and current as D-FURI 
					33889 (MSN 88-14723) to RAF as Harvard III EX916. Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7478. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX916, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX916 for spares Feb47  
					33890 (MSN 88-14724) to RAF as Harvard III EX917.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7479. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX917, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX917 for spares Feb47.  
					33891 (MSN 88-14725) to RAF as Harvard III EX918.  No trace of receipt by RAF, 
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7480. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Port Elizabeth AFB, South Africa; 
						static exhibit for the SAAF 75th Anniversary on 16Sep95. 
						Transferred 1997 to the SAAF Museum, Port Elizabeth. Composite rebuild with 
						41-33941/EX969/7508/MSN 88-14959. Registered 5Aug04 as ZU-DML to South 
						African Air Force with MSN 88-14959; current [May18]. Flies as SAAF 7480.
					33892 (MSN 88-14726) to RAF as Harvard III EX919.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7486
					33893 (MSN 88-14727) to RAF as Harvard III EX920.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7481. 
						Accident 21Jan44 (1KIS).
					33894 (MSN 88-14728) to RAF as Harvard III EX921.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Nov43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7452. 
						Fatal accident when the aircraft lost height after take-off and crashed at 
						Standerton, Mpumalanga 13Mar44
					33895 (MSN 88-14729) to RAF as Harvard III EX922.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7469. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX922, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX922 for spares Feb47..  
					33896 (MSN 88-14730) to RAF as Harvard III EX923.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7483. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX923, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33897 (MSN 88-14731) to RAF as Harvard III EX924.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7482. 
						Crash landed during a night landing 15Jul45
				33898/33917 (MSN 88-14870/14889) to RAF as Harvard III EX925/EX944
					33898 (MSN 88-14870) to RAF as Harvard III EX925. Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7489. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX925, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 
						as EX925 for spares use. Made airworthy 16Sep47. Reserialled 1948 as 32-352. 
						2 LF. 4 Squadron. Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. 
						WFU Flyvestation Værløse 7Aug58. Scrapped 30Mar60
					33899 (MSN 88-14871) to RAF as Harvard III EX926.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 29May47
					33900 (MSN 88-14872) to RAF as Harvard III EX927.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7490. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX927, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33901 (MSN 88-14873) to RAF as Harvard III EX928.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 28Nov46
					33902 (MSN 88-14874) to RAF as Harvard III EX929.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7487. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX929, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33903 (MSN 88-14875) to RAF as Harvard III EX930.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. SOC 28Nov46.
					33904 (MSN 88-14876) to RAF as Harvard III EX931.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7491. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Armée de l'Air
						 Gabonaise / Gabon Air Force 15Apr70 as TR-KFC; Groupement Aerient Presidentiel.
					33905 (MSN 88-14877) to RAF as Harvard III EX932.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7488. 
						No 68 Air School, Zwartkop; ground instructional airframe
					33906 (MSN 88-14878) to RAF as Harvard III EX933.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44
						Returned to USAAF as 41-33906 Mar 1, 1944. Damaged landing at Payne Field, Cairo, Egypt 9Apr45
					33907 (MSN 88-14879) to RAF as Harvard III EX934.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Jan44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7492. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 N7492U; current [Jan20]
							33908 (MSN 88-14880) to RAF as Harvard III EX935.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
								Operated by the South African Air Force as 7504. Recovered by US Government 1947. 
								Sold to South African Air Force. Crashed at Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Province 26Aug67.
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1508. Esquadra de Instrução 
						Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Registered 28Mar79 as G-BGOR; current [Jun20].  
						Currently flying in USAAF marks with false identity of 14863 painted on 
						front fuselage.
					33909 (MSN 88-14881) to RAF as Harvard III EX936.  Shipped to Middle East JAn44. SOC 28Nov46
					33910 (MSN 88-14882) to RAF as Harvard III EX937.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7493. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX937, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H5. 
						Crash landed at Kampenhout, Belgium 29Apr53. Dismantled for transport to Kamina, 
						Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Jan58. 
						Scrapped at Kamina
					33911 (MSN 88-14883) to RAF as Harvard III EX938.  Shipped to Middle East Jan44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46. 
						Arthur S. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA. 
						Registered 19Jun01 as N40818, expired 31Dec11, cancelled 15May17
					33912 (MSN 88-14884) to RAF as Harvard III EX939.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7505. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX939, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H35. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots’ School, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. 
						Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African 
						colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. Command for the Metropolitan Forces of 
						Ruanda-Urundi (COMRU), Kigali, Ruanda 1961. SOC Aug62. Delivered 18Aug62 
						from Burundi to Leopoldville, Congo with a refuelling stop at Kamina, Belgian Congo. 
						To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Aug62 as H35
					33913 (MSN 88-14885) to RAF as Harvard III EX940.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7494. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX940, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						Returned to US Government.  ToBelgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 for use as spares
					33914 (MSN 88-14886) to RAF as Harvard III EX941.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to New Zealand Oct43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 1Nov43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] 
						as NZ1062. Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch 26Sep50/17Mar55. 
						Destroyed by fire at Wigram 17Mar55. SOC at Wigram 24May55 as reduced to spares
					33915 (MSN 88-14887) to RAF as Harvard III EX942.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to New Zealand Oct43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 1Nov43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1063. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Crashed at Waiouru, Ruapehu during an Army 
						co-operation flight 5Nov52. The aircraft was performing a low level slow roll w
						hen it stalled and dived into the ground (1KIS). SOC 1Apr53
					33916 (MSN 88-14888) to RAF as Harvard III EX943.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to New Zealand Oct43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 1Nov43. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1064. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 Flying Training School, Wigram, Christchurch. 
						Crashed while on a night flying training at Wigram 23Sep49. SOC Wigram. 
						No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Wigram, Christchurch. 
						Ground instructional cockpit INST146
					33917 (MSN 88-14889) to RAF as Harvard III EX944.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to New Zealand Oct43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 1Nov43. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1065. 
						Ferried from Hobsonville via Hamilton and Ohakea to Woodbourne, Blenheim 27Nov43 
						for storage. Force landed in bad weather at Karioi, Waikato 27Nov43. Transferred to 
						RNZAF Sep46. No 1 Flying Training School, Taieri, Otago 20Nov50/2Nov51. 
						No 42 Squadron, Rongotai, Wellington 12Dec51. Damaged when ground looped and 
						a wing tip hit the ground at Wigram, Christchurch 27Mar52. No 1 Flying Training School, 
						Taieri, Otago 6Jan54/19Aug54. Damaged when hit power lines near Whenuapai 6Feb53. 
						Damaged in collision with NZ1085 [42-84543] on the ground at Wigram, Christchurch 25Oct55. 
						No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 8Dec55/3Oct56. 
						Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Maritime Operational 
						Conversion Unit, Hobsonville, Auckland 20Mar64/31Jan66. Pilot Training Squadron, 
						Central Flying School, Wigram, Christchurch 7Aug68/30Oct68. Took part in Harvard 
						30th Anniversary Flypast over Christchurch 22Mar71. Pilot Training Squadron, Central 
						Flying School, Wigram, Christchurch 11Feb76. Took part in final Harvard flypast over 
						Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. Registered 20Jun78 as ZK-ENF 
						to Harvard Syndicate, Mount Maunganui. Harvard 65 Syndicate, Auckland 14Feb84; current [May18]..
				33918/33942 (MSN 88-14935/14959) to RAF as Harvard III EX945/EX969
					33918 (MSN 88-14935) to RAF as Harvard III EX945.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7514. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX945, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33919 (MSN 88-14936) to RAF as Harvard III EX946.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7501. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX946, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Apr47 as H38. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, 
						Belgian Congo. WFU Jan58; scrapped
					33920 (MSN 88-14937) to RAF as Harvard III EX947.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7502. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX947, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33921 (MSN 88-14938) to RAF as Harvard III EX948.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7503. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX948, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33922 (MSN 88-14939) to RAF as Harvard III EX949.  Shipped to Middle East;  SOC May 29, 1947
					33923 (MSN 88-14940) to RAF as Harvard III EX950.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43.
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7495. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX950, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33924 (MSN 88-14941) to RAF as Harvard III EX951.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Apr52
					33925 (MSN 88-14942) to RAF as Harvard III EX952.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7496. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision 28Apr44. Written off
					33926 (MSN 88-14943) to RAF as Harvard III EX953.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7497. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX953, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33927 (MSN 88-14944) to RAF as Harvard III EX954 Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7498. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX954, shipped to UK. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
						as EX954 for spares Feb47.  
					33928 (MSN 88-14945) to RAF as Harvard III EX955.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7499. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 1996 as N800SH; current [Jun20].
					33929 (MSN 88-14946) to RAF as Harvard III EX956.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 3 Air Navigation School, Thornhill, Gwelo.
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33930 (MSN 88-14947) to RAF as Harvard III EX957.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
					33931 (MSN 88-14948) to RAF as Harvard III EX958.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
						Sold Nov 30, 1953. To Belgian AF as H9.  To Air France 
						as F-BJBF Jan 28, 1959, transferred to Gaston Urbain, Cannes May 4, 1965. 
						Cancelled from French register Nov 4, 1971. 
						To G-AZJD William James Denby Roberts registered Nov 30 1971. 
						Transferred to Meridian Drilling Company Ltd Aug 23, 1977, exported Oct 9, 1984. 
						To French 'experimental/test' registration F-WZDU October 1984. 
						To F-AZDU Jun 13, 1985 owned by Jean Claude Robert Guy. Co-owned with Jean Gilles 
						Marechal and Raymond Frappot from Jul 15, 1992. 
						Owned by Guy and Frappot from Jun 24, 1996. 
						Transferred to John Colours SL, based Sainte-Léocadie May 31, 2001, 
						current 2017 according to DGAC.
					33932 (MSN 88-14949) to RAF as Harvard III EX959. Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7509. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX959, shipped to UK 20Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 25Feb47 as H9. 
						SOC May58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale 
						Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. 
						Montaudran airport, Toulouse for overhaul 6May59. 
						Registered 21Aug59 as F-BJBF with MSN 88-14948; cancelled 4Nov71. 
						WFU 1Aug62. Sold 18Feb65. Registered 30Nov71 as G-AZJD; cancelled 9Oct84. 
						Registered 1984 as F-WZDU; reregistered 13Jun85 as F-AZDU with MSN 958; 
						current [Nov16]. Exhibited at the Museo de Fundació Parc Aeronautic de 
						Catalunya, Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain
					33933 (MSN 88-14950) to RAF as Harvard III EX960.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7506. Recovered by US Government 1947  
						Sold to South African Air Force,   In 1973 on display in Garden of Remembrance at 
						Stilfontein Mine, Transvall.  Currently with SAAF Museum at Swartkop AB.
					33934 (MSN 88-14951) to RAF as Harvard III EX961.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33935 (MSN 88-14952) to RAF as Harvard III EX962.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC by 1Jan47.
					33936 (MSN 88-14953) to RAF as Harvard III EX963.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7515. 			
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						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 1996 as N330CA. Reregistered 22Jan97 as N515SA; current [Apr20]. 		
						The aircraft was #2 of 4 aircraft participating in a formation flight around 
						Dubuque Regional Airport (DBQ), IA 20Jul17. The pilot reported that on approach to 
						landing, he observed the #1 aircraft extend his landing gear, and remarked to his 
						passenger that he planned to extend his gear at the same location as the #1 aircraft. 
						The pilot stated that his hand was on the gear lever and was waiting to fall into position, 
						when the #1 plane increased his bank and turned "sharper". As the pilot was attempting 
						to follow the #1 aircraft and maintain his position throughout the descent and round out 
						to land he neglected to extend his landing gear. Additionally, the pilot stated that as 
						he approached the touchdown point, he retarded the throttle, heard the gear warning 
						horn and let the aircraft settle, followed by the sound of the propeller striking the runway. 
						The pilot stated that he did not attempt to apply power for a go-around.
					33937 (MSN 88-14954) to RAF as Harvard III EX964.  Shipped to South Africa Dec43. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7507. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX964, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33938 (MSN 88-14955) to RAF as Harvard III EX965.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						SOC Nov53. Delivered to Belgian Air Force, Kamina, Belgian Congo for use as spares
					33939 (MSN 88-14956) to RAF as Harvard III EX966.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
					33940 (MSN 88-14957) to RAF as Harvard III EX967.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7516. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX967, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33941 (MSN 88-14958) to RAF as Harvard III EX968.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33942 (MSN 88-14959) to RAF as Harvard III EX969.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Dec43. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7508. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Atlas Aircraft 
						Apprentice Training School, Kempton Park, South Africa 2Dec92 as a ground 
						instructional airframe. Composite rebuild with 41-33891/EX918/7480/MSN 88-14725.
						Registered 5Aug04 as ZU-FLM to South African Air Force with MSN EZ147; 
						current [May18]. Flies as SAAF 7480
				33943/33962 (MSN 88-15050/15069) to RAF as Harvard III EX970/EX989
					33943 (MSN 88-15050) to RAF as Harvard III EX970.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7510
					33944 (MSN 88-15051) to RAF as Harvard III EX971.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. No 208 Squadron Dec47. SOC 10May50
					33945 (MSN 88-15052) to RAF as Harvard III EX972.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7517. 
						Transferred to Fleet Air Arm in South Africa as EX972. No 718 Squadron Oct45. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Exported to USA. 
						Registered 29Jul97 as N7517; current [Jan20]
					33946 (MSN 88-15053) to RAF as Harvard III EX973.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7518. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1512. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Museu do Ar (Portuguese Air Force Museum). Derelict at Sintra, Portugal [last noted 1993]. 
					33947 (MSN 88-15054) to RAF as Harvard III EX974.  Shipped to South Africa Jan44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7531. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX974, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H2.
						Dismantled and loaded onboard a C-119G at Brunstem AB 2Jul56 for transport to 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Aug58. S
						crapped at Kamina
					33948 (MSN 88-15055) to RAF as Harvard III EX975.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7519. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Fatal accident 18Oct68
					33949 (MSN 88-15056) to RAF as Harvard III EX976.  No trace of receipt by RAF,
						Shipped to India via South Africa for Fleet Air Arm Apr44;  To Cochin, India. 
						Royal Naval Aircraft Maintenance Yard [RNAMY] Coimbatore, India for storage 15Oct44. 
						Cochin 12Dec45. No record of service in India. Shipped to UK by Jan47. 
						Aircraft Storage Section, Renfrew Airport, Glasgow, Scotland. Royal Naval 
						Aircraft Repair Yard [RNARY] Donibristle, Fife, Scotland by road for overhaul 
						3Sep47. Lossiemouth, Scotland for storage 31Jan49. Arbroath, Scotland 12Oct49 
						for storage; removed from storage 23Jan56. Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire 29Feb56. 
						SOC 20Mar56.  To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa Mar56 as 1657. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), 
						Alverca, Portugal. WFU. Donated to Fleet Air Arm and flown to Yeovilton, Somerset. 
						Culdrose, Cornwall 30Sep80 for restoration. Displayed at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, 
						Yeovilton, Somerset
					33950 (MSN 88-15057) to RAF as Harvard III EX977. . Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7520. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX977, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33951 (MSN 88-15058) to RAF as Harvard III EX978. Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7521. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX978, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33952 (MSN 88-15059) to RAF as Harvard III EX979.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7522. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX979, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33953 (MSN 88-15060) to RAF as Harvard III EX980.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7523. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Exported to USA
					33954 (MSN 88-15061) to RAF as Harvard III EX981.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7524. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX981, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33955 (MSN 88-15062) to RAF as Harvard III EX982.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33956 (MSN 88-15063) to RAF as Harvard III EX983.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						Crashed during ferry flight from aircraft erection unit in the Cape, 
						South Africa on delivery to Southern Rhodesia Feb44.
					33957 (MSN 88-15064) to RAF as Harvard III EX984.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, 
						Bulawayo.. SOC Nov53
					33958 (MSN 88-15065) to RAF as Harvard III EX985.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7525. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX985, shipped to UK Nov46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33959 (MSN 88-15066) to RAF as Harvard III EX986.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7511. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX986, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33960 (MSN 88-15067) to RAF as Harvard III EX987.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7512. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX987, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33961 (MSN 88-15068) to RAF as Harvard III EX988.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7513. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX988, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33962 (MSN 88-15069) to RAF as Harvard III EX989.  No trace of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7530. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Armée de l'Air Gabonaise / Gabon Air Force 15Apr70 as TR-KFE; 
						Groupement Aerient Presidentiel. Central Organization for Trade Testing (COTT), 
						Olifantsfontein, Gauteng, South Africa 1986 for use as a ground instructional 
						airframe. Marked as ‘7700’. South African Airlines Apprentice Training School, 
						Johannesburg 1989 as a ground instructional airframe. Painted with fake registration 
						ZS-ABC. Registered 8Mar90 as ZS-WLQ; cancelled
				33963/33987 (MSN 88-15115/15139) to RAF as Harvard III EX990/EX999, EZ100/EZ114
					33963 (MSN 88-15115) to RAF as Harvard III EX990.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7526. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 18Jul96 as ZU-BAL; current [May18].
					33964 (MSN 88-15116) to RAF as Harvard III EX991.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7532. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX991, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33965 (MSN 88-15117) to RAF as Harvard III EX992.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, 
						Cranborne, Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33966 (MSN 88-15118) to RAF as Harvard III EX993.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7527. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX993, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar47 as H14. 
						SOC May58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale 
						Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. Crash landed 
						at Cormeilles 20Jan59 when the landing gear did not lock down and the warning 
						horn did not sound. Montaudran airport, Toulouse for repair and overhaul 9Feb59. 
						Registered 25May59 as F-BJBG with MSN 88-16151. Crash landed at Frémécourt 		
						northwest of Cormeilles-en-Vexin 9Jun59. Crash landed at Pontoise Aerodrome, 
						Cormeilles-en-Vexin 21Nov61. SOC 9Apr65. Ground instructional airframe at 
						Centre d'Instruction de Vilgénis (CIV) Mar65-1987. Registration cancelled 22Jul65. 
						Ground instructional airframe at Montmirault, Cerny, France 1987 [noted May02].
					33967 (MSN 88-15119) to RAF as Harvard III EX994.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7528. Whilst being ferried from 
						Brooklyn Air Station 15Feb44, the engine failed completely without warning, 
						resulting in a forced landing. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EX994, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht May47 as H46. 
						Crashed in severe snow storm at Ans, Liège, Belgium 26Apr50
					33968 (MSN 88-15120) to RAF as Harvard III EX995.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
					33969 (MSN 88-15121) to RAF as Harvard III EX996.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC Nov53
					33970 (MSN 88-15122) to RAF as Harvard III EX997.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 4Jan44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1071. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 3 (Canterbury) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Wigram, Christchurch 31Mar55/12Apr55. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1955. 
						Crashed at Wigram after nosing over and turning on back during short landing 
						on a training flight 16Jun56. SOC at Woodbourne, Blenheim 18Jul57 as reduced to spares
					33971 (MSN 88-15123) to RAF as Harvard III EX998.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 4Jan44.
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1072. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Crashed on take-off 1Nov48. SOC 24Jan49
					33972 (MSN 88-15124) to RAF as Harvard III EX999.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Dec43. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; 
						BOC 4Jan44. Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1073. 
						No 42 Squadron, Rongotai, Wellington. Forest fire watching duties from Rotorua Oct45/Feb46. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Crashed and written off after mid-air collision with 
						NZ1084 [42-84364] over Wigram, Christchurch 10 February 1953.
					33973 (MSN 88-15125) to RAF as Harvard III EZ100. Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. Transferred to USAAF Aug46 as 41-33973.
					33974 (MSN 88-15126) to RAF as Harvard III EZ101.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 28Nov46
					33975 (MSN 88-15127) to RAF as Harvard III EZ102.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						Air Bombing & Gunnery School. Overturned on landing in strong winds 
						at El Ballah, Egypt 27Mar45. SOC 31Mar45
					33976 (MSN 88-15128) to RAF as Harvard III EZ103.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Feb44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33977 (MSN 88-15129) to RAF as Harvard III EZ104.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44.
						Returned to USAAF as 41-33977 Aug 29, 1946
					33978 (MSN 88-15130) to RAF as Harvard III EZ105.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
					33979 (MSN 88-15131) to RAF as Harvard III EZ106.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine. SOC by 1Jan47
					33980 (MSN 88-15132) to RAF as Harvard III EZ107.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44
						Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
					33981 (MSN 88-15133) to RAF as Harvard III EZ108.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 28Nov46
					33982 (MSN 88-15134) to RAF as Harvard III EZ109.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33983 (MSN 88-15135) to RAF as Harvard III EZ110.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33984 (MSN 88-15136) to RAF as Harvard III EZ111.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33985 (MSN 88-15137) to RAF as Harvard III EZ112.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. 
						No 74 Operational Training Unit, Petah Tiqva, Palestine. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					33986 (MSN 88-15138) to RAF as Harvard III EZ113.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 29May47
					33987 (MSN 88-15139) to RAF as Harvard III EZ114.  Shipped to Middle East Feb44. SOC 31May45	
				33988/34007 (MSN 88-15260/15279) to RAF as Harvard III EZ115/EZ134
					33988 (MSN 88-15260) to RAF as Harvard III EZ115.  Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, 
						New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Forced landing after engine failure at 
						Atlanta Field, GA 10Apr43. Shipped to Middle East Feb44. No 73 Operational 
						Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. Transferred to USAAF Aug 29, 1946 as 41-33988
					33989 (MSN 88-15261) to RAF as Harvard III EZ116.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, 
						Bulawayo. SOC Nov53.
					33990 (MSN 88-15262) to RAF as Harvard III EZ117.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt.  Transferred to USAAF Aug 29, 1946 as 41-33990
					33991 (MSN 88-15263) to RAF as Harvard III EZ118.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7566. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ118, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33992 (MSN 88-15264) to RAF as Harvard III EZ119.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7567. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ119, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					33993 (MSN 88-15265) to RAF as Harvard III EZ120.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. SOC 25Jan45
					33994 (MSN 88-15266) to RAF as Harvard III EZ121.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. SOC 28Nov46
					33995 (MSN 88-15267) to RAF as Harvard III EZ122.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep50
					33996 (MSN 88-15268) to RAF as Harvard III EZ123. Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7568. Transferred  May 15, 1945 to Fleet Air Arm as EZ123. 
						No 757 Squadron, Puttalam, Ceylon Jun45. Returned to RAF, shipped to UK Jan46. SOC 16Jan50  
					33997 (MSN 88-15269) to RAF as Harvard III EZ124.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53.
					33998 (MSN 88-15270) to RAF as Harvard III EZ125.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					33999 (MSN 88-15271) to RAF as Harvard III EZ126.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					      34000 (MSN 88-15272) to RAF as Harvard III EZ127.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						        Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						       SOC Nov53. Aviación Militar Dominicana. Renamed Fuerza Aérea Dominicana 1962. 
						       WFU, open storage at San Isidro AB, became derelict 1980/95. Registered as HI-734SP; 
						       cancelled 24Mar00. Registered 29Jun00 as N81516. Reregistered 17May02 as N623DC; current [Jan20]. 
						(USCAR quotes identity as "881516": outside c/n range: owner confirms MSN 88-15272, 41-34000, EZ127)
					34001 (MSN 88-15273) to RAF as Harvard III EZ128.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34002 (MSN 88-15274) to RAF as Harvard III EZ129.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34003 (MSN 88-15275) to RAF as Harvard III EZ130. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34004 (MSN 88-15276) to RAF as Harvard III EZ131.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7533. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ131, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34005 (MSN 88-15277) to RAF as Harvard III EZ132.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7569. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Crash Ianded 
						at Aloes, Port Elizabeth 14Nov73. Transferred to the Harvard Club of South Africa; 
						registered as a cultural treasure with the National Heritage Council. Registered 15Dec95 as ZU-AOU; current [Apr18.
					34006 (MSN 88-15278) to RAF as Harvard III EZ133. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53.
					34007 (MSN 88-15279) to RAF as Harvard III EZ134.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7539. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ134, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped	
				34008/34031 (MSN 88-15325/15348) to RAF as Harvard III EZ135/EZ158
					34008 (MSN 88-15325) to RAF as Harvard III EZ135.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7541. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ135, 
						shipped to UK. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34009 (MSN 88-15326) to RAF as Harvard III EZ136. 5th Ferrying Group. 
						Damaged when stalled landing at Greensboro-High Point Airport, Greensboro, NC 1Dec43. 
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7534. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ136, 
						shipped to UK Jan47. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34010 (MSN 88-15327) to RAF as Harvard III EZ137
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7535. 
						Transferred to Fleet Air Arm Feb45 as EZ137. No 789 Squadron, Wingfield, Cape Town 
						Mar45. Shipped to UK. Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough. SOC 14Jan50.
					34011 (MSN 88-15328) to RAF as Harvard III EZ138.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7529. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Armée de l'Air Gabonaise / Gabon Air Force 15Apr70 as TR-KFB; 
						Groupement Aerient Presidentiel.  To South African Air Force 1990 as 7002. 
						To National Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY Dec96. Registered as N796WM; 
						current [Jan20]. The pilot made a normal approach and landing at DeKalb, 
						Illinois 3Sep06. The landing was uneventful until late in the landing roll, at 
						which time the airplane departed the runway surface and struck a runway 
						edge light. Force landed near Ashland, VA 10Jun17. The pilot planned a flight 
						that would be about 2.5 hours en route and thought he had about 3 hours or 
						more worth of fuel. He planned the minimum required and his calculations did 
						not err on the side of caution. He landed at his first stop and did not check the 
						fuel state. The aircraft ran out of fuel about six miles from the destination and 
						landed in a field near Ashland. The pilot chose to land with the gear retracted as 
						described in procedures for a landing off airport.
					34012 (MSN 88-15329) to RAF as Harvard III EZ139.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Transferred to Royal Navy at Mombasa, Kenya
					34013 (MSN 88-15330) to RAF as Harvard III EZ140.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46
					34014 (MSN 88-15331) to RAF as Harvard III EZ141.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. SOC 29Aug46
					34015 (MSN 88-15332) to RAF as Harvard III EZ142.  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7536. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ142, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34016 (MSN 88-15333) to RAF as Harvard III EZ143.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7570. 
						Ground instructional airframe. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria. 
						Restoration for static display by Atlas Aircraft Apprentice
						School, Johannesburg-Jan Smuts 1977/79. Loaned for display at Atlas Aircraft 
						Company, Bonaero Park, Kempton Park 1992. Safair Technical School, 
						Jan Smuts as a ground instructional airframe 1993. Loaned for display at 
						Atlas Aircraft Company, Bonaero Park, Kempton Park 1996. Safair Technical School, 
						Jan Smuts as a ground instructional airframe by Mar06. On loan to Denel 
						Aviation Academy, Kempton Park, South Africa
					34017 (MSN 88-15334) to RAF as Harvard III EZ144.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7571. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1501.
						Depósito Geral de Material Aeronáutico (DGMA), Alverca, Portugal; 
						stored unused by FAP. Scrapped at Alverca Oct80
					34018 (MSN 88-15335) to RAF as Harvard III EZ145.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa on board SS Conrad Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7572. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Modified with machine guns, bomb racks and rocket launchers for counter 
						insurgency (COIN) operations. SOC 1992/93. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria. 
						Registered 26Apr94 as ZU-AKX. Registered 2Aug94 as N7572; current [Jun20].
					34019 (MSN 88-15336) to RAF as Harvard III EZ146.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
								Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7573. 
								Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
								Displayed as ‘7506’ at Garden of Remembrance, Stilfontein, North West Province, 
								South Africa 1965. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria 10Dec92. Restored for static 
								display as 7573; rear fuselage from an unused spare stored at the Air Depot, Natalspruit, 
								Gauteng, South Africa. On display as gate guard at Dunnottar, Nigel, South Africa.
								SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria; displayed as ‘7573’.
								Conflict:
								Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Beijing, China 1990. Renamed Beihang University 2002.
						( Data plate shows MSN 88-15336).
					34020 (MSN 88-15337) to RAF as Harvard III EZ147.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7574. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ147, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34021 (MSN 88-15338) to RAF as Harvard III EZ148.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. SOC 28Nov46
					34022 (MSN 88-15339) to RAF as Harvard III EZ149.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7575. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ149, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34023 (MSN 88-15340) to RAF as Harvard III EZ150, Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7537. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ150, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 as EZ150. 
						Reserialled 1948 as 32-357. To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Not used, salvaged for spares
					34024 (MSN 88-15341) to RAF as Harvard III EZ151.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. SOC 28Nov46
					34025 (MSN 88-15342) to RAF as Harvard III EZ152,  Shipped to South Africa Feb44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7538. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ152, shipped to UK Oct46.
						To  Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 as EZ152. Not used. 
						Mechanical Engineering School, Flyvestation Værløse 8May47. Reserialled 1948 
						as 32-358. To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Salvaged for spares
					34026 (MSN 88-15343) to RAF as Harvard III EZ153.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. SOC 8Dec52
					34027 (MSN 88-15344) to RAF as Harvard III EZ154.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Feb44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7540. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 N7540S; current [Jan20].
					34028 (MSN 88-15345) to RAF as Harvard III EZ155.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7576
					34029 (MSN 88-15346) to RAF as Harvard III EZ156.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. SOC 31May45
					34030 (MSN 88-15347) to RAF as Harvard III EZ157.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46.
					34031 (MSN 88-15348) to RAF as Harvard III EZ158.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7577. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ158, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
				34032/34051 (MSN 88-15593/15612) to RAF as Harvard III EZ159/EZ178
					34032 (MSN 88-15593) to RAF as Harvard III EZ159.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7546. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ159, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34033 (MSN 88-15594) to RAF as Harvard III EZ160.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 13 Air Gunnery School; modified for target towing as Harvard TT.III. SOC 28Nov46
					34034 (MSN 88-15595) to RAF as Harvard III EZ161.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7547. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ161, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					34035 (MSN 88-15596) to RAF as Harvard III EZ162.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7548. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ162, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H1. 
						SOC May55. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale 
						Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. 
						Accident with Caudron Goéland C449/1 F-BAPG at Pontoise Aerodrome, 
						Cormeilles-en-Vexin 16Dec58. Montaudran airport, Toulouse for repair 
						and overhaul. Registered 25May59 as F-BJBA with MSN 88-15352; 
						cancelled 26Dec68. Accident at Pontoise Aerodrome, Cormeilles-en-Vexin 
						23Oct61 [quoted as No 88]. WFU 1Feb62. Sold 5Mar65
					34036 (MSN 88-15597) to RAF as Harvard III EZ163.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7549. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 1997 as N95WM; current [Jun20]. 
						The aircraft was taxying from the north "T" hangers at the Waukesha airport (UES), WI 
						13May00, intending to take-off on runway 28. The aircraft was taxying past the location 
						of the old office hangar, which was in the midst of being demolished. The prior evening 
						a construction crew had placed construction barricades in the non-movement area in 
						front of the building and near to the taxyway which is attached. Due to the previous 
						night’s storm all but one of the flasher barricades had been blown over. One remained 
						standing next to the taxiway. The pilot was executing "S" turns when taxying as the pilots 
						attention was on avoiding the aircraft in front of him. He struck the barricade with the 
						propeller. Additionally the barricade also struck the underside of the wing causing a 
						puncture in the aircraft skin
					34037 (MSN 88-15598) to RAF as Harvard III EZ164.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7550. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 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 1997 as N550SH. Reregistered 17Apr17 as N319AP; current [Jan20].
					34038 (MSN 88-15599) to RAF as Harvard III EZ165.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7551. 
						Crashed 24Jul44
					34039 (MSN 88-15600) to RAF as Harvard III EZ166. Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7552. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ166, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34040 (MSN 88-15601) to RAF as Harvard III EZ167.  Transferred to Fleet Air Arm Mar44.
						No 758 Squadron, Hinstock, Shropshire Mar45. 
						No 794 Squadron, St. Merryn, Cornwall Jun45. 
						No 736 Squadron, St. Merryn, Cornwall Jul45. SOC 21Mar56
					34041 (MSN 88-15602) to RAF as Harvard III EZ168.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7533. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ168, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34042 (MSN 88-15603) to RAF as Harvard III EZ169.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7542. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ169, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34043 (MSN 88-15604) to RAF as Harvard III EZ170.  Shipped to Middle East Mar44. 
						No 13 Air Gunnery School. SOC 28Nov46.  Transferred to Royal Navy according to
						RAF records, but there is no record of this aircraft in RN records.
					34044 (MSN 88-15605) to RAF as Harvard III EZ171.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7554. Transferred to Fleet Air Arm in South Africa Jan 20, 1945 as EZ171. 
						Shipped to UK; 782 Squadron; 766 Squadron. SOC 14Jan50   
					34045 (MSN 88-15606) to RAF as Harvard III EZ172.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7543. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ172, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34046 (MSN 88-15607) to RAF as Harvard III EZ173.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7544. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 14Jun93 as ZU-AGK with MSN 88-15363; current [Apr18]..
					34047 (MSN 88-15608) to RAF as Harvard III EZ174.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7555. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ174, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						Returned to US Government.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H6. 
						SOC May58. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos Air Company, France. 
						Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale 
						Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, Val-d’Oise, France. Accident 
						at Pontoise Aerodrome, Cormeilles-en-Vexin 22Nov58 [quoted as No 46]. 
						Montaudran airport, Toulouse for overhaul 4Jun59. Registered 21Aug59 
						as F-BJBD with MSN 88-15564. WFU 1Nov61. Sold 21Feb65 to Aéro-club Air France, 
						Cormeilles-en-Vexin. Registration cancelled 27Feb79.
						Registration F-AZML reserved 1996; not taken up. Stored Rouen, France
					34048 (MSN 88-15609) to RAF as Harvard III EZ175.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7556; loaned Fleet Air Arm as EZ175. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ175, 
						shipped to UK Jan47. No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored.
						 SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34049 (MSN 88-15610) to RAF as Harvard III EZ176.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7557. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 25May93 as ZU-AGD with MSN 88-15366; current [May18].
					34050 (MSN 88-15611) to RAF as Harvard III EZ177.  No record of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr44. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 9May44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1079. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Taieri, 
						Otago Dec54/19Apr56. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Took part in Harvard 30th Anniversary Flypast over Christchurch 22Mar71. 
						Took part in final Harvard flypast over Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared surplus and
						sold 7Aug78. Exported to USA Sep78. Registered 7Dec78 as N111PB. 
						Reregistered as N101NZ; current [Jun20]. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						at Bourland Field, seventeen miles southwest of Fort Worth, TX 23Jan93. During a 		
						crosswind landing the right wing suddenly rose up. The pilot reported that he 
						was indicating 50 knots on roll out and he feared he was going to run off the 
						runway and hit some trees. He reduced power and the airplane spun right 90 
						degrees and the left main landing gear collapsed. On display at Vintage Flying 
						Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas. Currently registered in Alaska [Jun20].
					34051 (MSN 88-15612) to RAF as Harvard III EZ178. Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7558. Transferred to 
						Fleet Air Arm  in South Africa Feb45 as EZ178. No 789 Squadron, Wingfield, 
						Cape Town Feb45. Shipped to UK. No 766 Squadron, Lossiemouth, Scotland Sep46.
				34052/34071 (88-15683/15702) to RAF as Harvard III EZ179/EZ198
					34052 (MSN 88-15683) to RAF as Harvard III EZ179.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Mar44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7559. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Armée de l'Air Gabonaise / Gabon Air Force 15Apr70 as TR-KFF; 
						Groupement Aerient Presidentiel. South African Air Force 1990 as 7001. 
						Registered 17Feb03 as ZU-CXV to the South African Air Force; current [May18]. 
						Damaged when the left landing gear collapsed on landing at Swartkop 1Apr17.
					34053 (MSN 88-15684) to RAF as Harvard III EZ180.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7545. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ180, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34054 (MSN 88-15685) to RAF as Harvard III EZ181.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7560. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ181, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34055 (MSN 88-15686) to RAF as Harvard III EZ182.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7561. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ182, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34056 (MSN 88-15687) to RAF as Harvard III EZ183.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7562. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ183, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34057 (MSN 88-15688) to RAF as Harvard III EZ184.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7584. 
						Accident 21May47
					34058 (MSN 88-15689) to RAF as Harvard III EZ185.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7585. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ185, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34059 (MSN 88-15690) to RAF as Harvard III EZ186.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7563. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ186, shipped to UK Oct46.
						Returned to US Government. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Feb47 as H7. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. WFU Aug58. Scrapped at Kamina
					34060 (MSN 88-15691) to RAF as Harvard III EZ187.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7617. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ187, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34061 (MSN 88-15692) to RAF as Harvard III EZ188.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34062 (MSN 88-15693) to RAF as Harvard III EZ189.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7615. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Exported to USA. 
						Registered 7Aug95 as N9272K; current [Jun20]. The aircraft sustained substantial 
						damage during a wheels-up forced landing following an in-flight loss of engine power 
						near Brookings, South Dakota 6Aug03. The flight had just taken off from the Brookings 
						Municipal Airport with an intended destination of Madison, South Dakota. 
						The pilot selected a hay field to execute a forced landing to and decided to land 
						wheels up. The aircraft hit a tree in the field during the landing attempt. 
						The pilot said that he did not know how much fuel was on-board the airplane. 
						Investigators measured the fuel in the tank; there was no fuel in the tank
					34063 (MSN 88-15694) to RAF as Harvard III EZ190.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53.
					34064 (MSN 88-15695) to RAF as Harvard III EZ191.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7599. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ191, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped.
					34065 (MSN 88-15696) to RAF as Harvard III EZ192.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7600. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ192, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34066 (MSN 88-15697) to RAF as Harvard III EZ193.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7564. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ193, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34067 (MSN 88-15698) to RAF as Harvard III EZ194.  No trace of receipt by RAF.
						Shipped to South Africa Apr44. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7601. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Armée de l'Air Gabonaise / Gabon Air Force 15Apr70 as TR-KFG; 
						Groupement Aerient Presidentiel. Registered 8Mar90 as ZS-WLP to South 
						African Airways; current [May18].
					34068 (MSN 88-15699) to RAF as Harvard III EZ195.  Shipped to South Africa Mar44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7565. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ195, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34069 (MSN 88-15700) to RAF as Harvard III EZ196.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7586. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ196, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34070 (MSN 88-15701) to RAF as Harvard III EZ197.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7602. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ197, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34071 (MSN 88-15702) to RAF as Harvard III EZ198.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7616. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ198, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
				34072/34081 (MSN 88-15743/15752) to RAF as Harvard III EZ199/EZ208
					34072 (MSN 88-15743) to RAF as Harvard III EZ199.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7603. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ199, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34073 (MSN 88-15744) to RAF as Harvard III EZ200.  Shipped to South Africa May44.
						 Operated by the South African Air Force as 7587. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ200, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
						        Conflict:
						Arthur S. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA 19Jun01. Registered as N8539L 
						as a North American-Medore T-6D with MSN 41-34073-1; current [Jun20]. 
						The aircraft has a Noorduyn fuselage, and may be a former Italian Air Force aircraft
					34074 (MSN 88-15745) to RAF as Harvard III EZ201.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7588. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1514. Transported by 
						sea from South Africa to Lourenço Marques, Mozambique. Abandoned in Mozambique 
						unused by FAP
					34075 (MSN 88-15746) to RAF as Harvard III EZ202.  Damaged in an accident on 
						the ground caused by bad weather at Fort Dix Field, Wrightstown, NJ 3Mar44. 
						Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Harvard III EZ202. 
						Shipped to Middle East Jun44. SOC 28Nov46.
					34076 (MSN 88-15747) to RAF as Harvard III EZ203.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7589. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ203, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					34077 (MSN 88-15748) to RAF as Harvard III EZ204.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Nov47. SOC Nov53
					34078 (MSN 88-15749) to RAF as Harvard III EZ205.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7604. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ205, shipped to UK Jan47.
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34079 (MSN 88-15750) to RAF as Harvard III EZ206.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7590. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ206, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34080 (MSN 88-15751) to RAF as Harvard III EZ207.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7591. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1505. 
						Esquadra de Instrução Básica de Pilotagem (EIBP), Base Aérea No 1, Sintra, Lisbon
					34081 (MSN 88-15752) to RAF as Harvard III EZ208.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. SOC 30Sep52
				34082/34101 (MSN 88-15773/15792) to RAF as Harvard III EZ209/EZ228
					34082 (MSN 88-15773) to RAF as Harvard III EZ209.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7610. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ209, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34083 (MSN 88-15774) to RAF as Harvard III EZ210.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7605. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn,
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ210, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Returned to US Government. To  Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht 3Apr47 as H19. 
						Dismantled for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots’ School, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo. Standardised and upgraded; designated Harvard 4K. 
						Modified 1959 for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Belgium's African 
						colonies. Designated Harvard 4KA. SOC Jan61.  To South African Air Force 7Jan61 as 7731. 
						Displayed as gate guardian at Voortrekkerhoogte AFB, Pretoria; later to storage 
						at Swartfontein, South Africa. Displayed at the SAAF Gymnasium, Valhala, Pretoria. 
						Stored at the SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria [last noted 2008
					34084 (MSN 88-15775) to RAF as Harvard III EZ211.  Shipped to South Africa Jun44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7620.  
						To Fleet Air Arm in South Africa Jan45 as EZ211. No 789 Squadron, Wingfield, 
						Cape Town Jan45. Shipped to UK.  RN card shows no taken on charge date but 
						records the aircraft as Royal Navy Aircraft Repair Yard at Wingfield
						Jan 8, 1945 ex SAAF 7620.  No record of ultimate fate.
					34085 (MSN 88-15776) to RAF as Harvard III EZ212.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. 
						No 395 Maintenance Unit Communications Flight Dec50. No 4 Flying Training School, 
						Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34086 (MSN 88-15777) to RAF as Harvard III EZ213.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7592. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Transferred to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural 
						treasure with the National Heritage Council. Registered 21Oct95 as ZU-AOW;
						current [May18]. The engine lost power just after take-off and was totally destroyed in 
						the ensuing forced landing in a maize field 2Aug07 (2 occupants injured).
					34087 (MSN 88-15778) to RAF as Harvard III EZ214.  Shipped to South Africa on SS Palembang, 
						arrived 1Apr44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7578. 
						No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; dismantled and crated. 
						Returned to RAF as EZ214, shipped to UK 26Sep46. Returned to US Government
						To Belgian AF as H16 Feb 13, 1947. May58. Stored West Germany. 
						Société Cosmos Air Company, France. Compagnie Nationale Air France 1Nov58. 
						Utilized by the Compagnie Nationale Air France Training School, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, 
						Val-d’Oise, France. Montaudran airport, Toulouse for overhaul 16Apr59. 
						Registered 23Jul59 as F-BJBH; cancelled 16Feb66. WFU 1Nov61. Sold 24Feb65
						 to Aéro-club Air France, Cormeilles-en-Vexin; not used. SOC 9Feb66. Centre d'Instruction 
						de Vilgénis (CIV) as a ground instructional airframe 1965. Renamed as CFA des 
						Métiers de l'Aérien Vilgénis, Massy, France. Ground instructional airframe at 
						Toussus-le-Noble, France [noted Sep11]. Cognac Base museum 2012 [last noted 2018 
						Registration D-FMDM has been reserved Aug 18, 2003
						A minor mystery! The provenance of D-FMDM is listed as (earliest first) 
						41-34087, RAF EZ214, SAAF 7578, RAF EZ214 again, Belgian AF H-16, and finally 
						F-BJBH; however, it is reported that not only does D-FMDM exist in Germany, 
						but also that another T-6 with marks F-BJBH still exists in France.........
						It seems that D-FMDM was NTU, as registration D-FAML was
						reserved in 2006.
					34088 (MSN 88-15779) to RAF as Harvard III EZ215.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7579. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ215, shipped to UK. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC Feb50; scrapped
					34089 (MSN 88-15780) to RAF as Harvard III EZ216.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7580
					34090 (MSN 88-15781) to RAF as Harvard III EZ217.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr44. Operated by the South African Air Force as 7581. Accident 21May47
					34091 (MSN 88-15782) to RAF as Harvard III EZ218.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
						Gwelo Sep44. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton Dec44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53.
					34092 (MSN 88-15783) to RAF as Harvard III EZ219.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7593. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ219, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34093 (MSN 88-15784) to RAF as Harvard III EZ220.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7582. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ220, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 as EZ220. Not used; 
						partially assembled and used at the Mechanical Engineering School, Flyvestation 
						Værløse as a ground instructional airframe. Reserialled 1948 as 32-359. 
						To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Salvaged for spares. 
						Noted dumped without wings at Værløse by 1966
					34094 (MSN 88-15785) to RAF as Harvard III EZ221. Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7594. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ221, shipped to UK Oct46. 
						Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 29Nov46 as EZ221. Reserialled 1948 as 32-360. 
						To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Not used, salvaged for spares
					34095 (MSN 88-15786) to RAF as Harvard III EZ222.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Sep44. 
						No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53. Delivered to Belgian Air Force, 
						Kamina, Belgian Congo for use as spares
					34096 (MSN 88-15787) to RAF as Harvard III EZ223.  With 8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, 
						Berry Field, Nashville, TN, crashed 12 Feb 1944 at Adams Field, AR before delivery to RAF. 
					34097 (MSN 88-15788) to RAF as Harvard III EZ224.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7614. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1510. 
						Transported by sea from South Africa to Lourenço Marques, Mozambique.
						Abandoned in Mozambique unused by FAP.
					34098 (MSN 88-15789) to RAF as Harvard III EZ225.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34099 (MSN 88-15790) to RAF as Harvard III EZ226.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7613. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force.  
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1969 as 1507. 
						Transported by sea from South Africa to Lourenço Marques, Mozambique. A
						bandoned in Mozambique unused by FAP. Stored Alverca, Portugal
					34100 (MSN 88-15791) to RAF as Harvard III EZ227.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34101 (MSN 88-15792) to RAF as Harvard III EZ228.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53.
				34102/34122  (MSN 15856/15876) to RAF as Harvard III EZ229/EZ249
					34102 (MSN 88-15856) to RAF as Harvard III EZ229.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr44. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7606
					34103 (MSN 88-15857) to RAF as Harvard III EZ230.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7583. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ230, shipped to UK Sep46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34104 (MSN 88-15858) to RAF as Harvard III EZ231.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7595. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, Cape Town; 
						dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ231, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34105 (MSN 88-15859) to RAF as Harvard III EZ232.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7608
					34106 (MSN 88-15860) to RAF as Harvard III EZ233.  No record of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; Rhodesia Air Training Group. 
						No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, Salisbury. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Nov47. SOC Nov53
					34107 (MSN 88-15861) to RAF as Harvard III EZ234.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo. SOC 30Sep52
					34108 (MSN 88-15862) to RAF as Harvard III EZ235.  Shipped to South Africa Apr44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7596. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ235, shipped to UK Dec46. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34109 (MSN 88-15863) to RAF as Harvard III EZ236.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa May44. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7609. 
						Recovered by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. Central Flying School, 
						Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. 
						Registered 18Feb98 as ZU-BMC; current [May18]. Flying Lions Aerobatic Formation Team #4
					34110 (MSN 88-15864) to RAF as Harvard III EZ237.  No trace of receipt by RAF.  
						Shipped to South Africa Apr44. Operated by the South African Air Force 1952 as 7607. 
						Recaptured by US Government 1947. Sold to South African Air Force. 
						Registered 22Oct92 as ZU-ACV; cancelled 22Nov93. Registered 10Feb94 as N554Q; 
						current [Aug19]. Damaged landing at Destin, FL 28Mar09. The pilot failed to maintain 
						directional control of the aircraft in gusty crosswind conditions. A wind gust 
						lifted the right wing during the landing rollout causing an uncommanded swerve 
						to the right. The aircraft departed the runway into an adjacent grass area. The left 
						main landing gear mount contacted a slab of scrap concrete, imposing an excessive 
						side load to, and failure of the left main oleo strut.
					34111 (MSN 88-15865) to RAF as Harvard III EZ238.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Apr50; 
						Kumalo Communications Flight Feb52. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34112 (MSN 88-15866) to RAF as Harvard III EZ239.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jul44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. Central Flying School (Southern Rhodesia), Norton. 
						SOC 30Sep52
					34113 (MSN 88-15867) to RAF as Harvard III EZ240.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7597. Transferred to Fleet Air Arm in South Africa 
						Jan45 as EZ240. No 726 Squadron, Stamford Hill, Durban Feb45. Shipped to UK. 
						No 1832 Squadron, Culham, Oxfordshire Nov47. No 700 Squadron, Yeovilton, 
						Somerset Oct48. No 780 Squadron, Culdrose, Cornwall. 
						No 781 Squadron, Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire Apr53. SOC May54
					34114 (MSN 88-15868) to RAF as Harvard III EZ241.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34115 (MSN 88-15869) to RAF as Harvard III EZ242.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr44. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 3May44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1074. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 3*. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, 
						Territorial Air Force, Whenuapai, Auckland 3Aug56/4Mar57. 
						Crashed at Military Camp, Ngaruawahia, Waikato while low flying 4Mar57. 
						The aircraft had completed the exercise assigned to it and was making a
						 high speed climbing roll when it stalled and crashed (2KIS). SOC at Whenuapai 29Apr57.
					34116 (MSN 88-15870) to RAF as Harvard III EZ243.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr44. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 3May44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1075. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Took part in Harvard 30th Anniversary Flypast over Christchurch 22Mar71. Took part in 
						final Harvard flypast over Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared surplus and sold 1May78. 
						Registered 20Nov78 as ZK-ENI; cancelled 24Jun82. Sold and flown to Australia in 
						August 1981. Registered 21Jun82 as VH-HVD; current [May18]. Registered 20Jun17 
						to RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Victoria
					34117 (MSN 88-15871) to RAF as Harvard III EZ244.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr44. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 3May44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1076. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 4 (Otago) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, Taieri, 
						Otago 9Feb56/8Oct56. Upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. 
						Took part in Harvard 30th Anniversary Flypast over Christchurch 22Mar71. 
						Took part in final Harvard flypast over Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared surplus
						 and sold 1May78. Registered 20Jun78 as ZK-ENB; current [May18].
					34118 (MSN 88-15872) to RAF as Harvard III EZ245.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr44. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 3May44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1077. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 1 (Auckland) Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Whenuapai, Auckland 19Feb57/8Aug57. No 1 Flying Training School, Taieri, 
						Otago. Stored at Woodbourne, Blenheim. No 4 Technical Training School, 
						Woodbourne, Blenheim as ground instructional airframe INST174 17Oct57. 
						Declared surplus and sold 1964. Displayed on a pedestal in Ashburton house 
						back yard. Australian Aviation Museum, Bankstown, Sydney, NSW 2015
					34119 (MSN 88-15873) to RAF as Harvard III EZ246.  No record of receipt by RAF
						Shipped to New Zealand Apr44. Assembled at Hobsonville, Auckland; BOC 3May44. 
						Operated for the RAF by the Royal New Zealand Air Force [RNZAF] as NZ1078. 
						Transferred to RNZAF Sep46. No 2 (Wellington), Squadron, Territorial Air Force, 
						Ohakea, Palmerston North Feb55/22Nov56. First aircraft upgraded to Mk 3* 1957. 
						Stored at Wigram, Christchurch Jul62. Took part in Harvard 30th Anniversary 
						Flypast over Christchurch 22Mar71. Damaged when force landed after engine 
						failure at Redwood, Christchurch 18Nov74. Took part in final Harvard flypast 
						over Christchurch 24Jun77. Declared surplus and sold 2Jul78. Registered 10Jul78 
						as ZK-ENG; current [May18]. Harvard 78 Syndicate, Auckland 1Jun84. 
						Accident at Waipukurau Aerodrome, New Zealand 18Jan85..
					34120 (MSN 88-15874) to RAF as Harvard III EZ247.  Shipped to South Africa May44. 
						Operated by the South African Air Force as 7598. No 3 Air Depot, Brooklyn, 
						Cape Town; dismantled and crated. Returned to RAF as EZ247, shipped to UK Jan47. 
						No 15 Maintenance Unit, Wroughton, Wiltshire; stored. SOC 29Aug50; scrapped
					34121 (MSN 88-15875) to RAF as Harvard III EZ248.  Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May44; 
						Rhodesia Air Training Group. No 20 Service Flying Training School, Cranborne, 
						Salisbury. No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo. SOC Nov53
					34122 (MSN 88-15876) to RAF as Harvard III EZ249.  Shipped to Middle East Jul44. 
						No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46			
41-34123/34372		North American AT-6D-NT Texan
				Redesignated T-6D Jun 11, 1948.
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				34123/34126 MSN 88-15231/15234	(4)
					41-34123 (MSN 88-15231) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX 10Nov43. E Squadron, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in accident with Curtiss P-40N 
						Warhawk 42-105452 taxying at Aloe Field 14Aug44. Crash landed at Aloe Field 
					41-34124 (MSN 88-15232) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Accident Texas 10Oct44. Damaged landing at Aloe 
						Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 6Apr45. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical 
						School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Buckley Field 24Aug45. 3300th Training Squadron, 
						Greenville AB, MS. Damaged landing at Greenville AB 15Aug51.
					34125 (MSN 88-15233) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Accident at Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL 30Nov46. 
						3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
						Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, Bexar County Airport, San Antonio, TX 29Apr49. 
						Accident at Mathis Field, San Angelo, TX 5Sep52	
						27Mar45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe Field 1Sep45. 
						Damaged landing at Aloe Field 19Oct45.
					34126 (MSN 88-15234) 3510th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and 
						Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
						1.75 miles north of Zuehl, TX 17Sep50
				34127/34146 MSN 88-15280/15299 (20)
					34127 (MSN 88-15280)
					34128 (MSN 88-15281) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing in bad weather at New Haven Field, CT 1Dec44.  Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8200
					34129 (MSN 88-15282) Pilot School (Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX 18Nov43. North American Aviation, Dallas, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Parker CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 29Nov43. 
						Accident at Truax Field, Madison, WI 12Mar49. Accident at Donaldson AFB, 
						Greenville, SC 4Nov51. 196th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 146th Fighter-Bomber 
						Group, California Air National Guard, Ontario Municipal Airport, CA. 
						3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 25Feb54. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34130 (MSN 88-15283) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision at Spence Field 18Mar45. 
						Damaged by a bird strike at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 5Jun45. 
					34131 (MSN 88-15284) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6A 41-611 at 
						Spence Field 20Dec44. Damaged landing at Spence Field 23Feb45 and 
						15Jun45. Accident at Prince Hill Auxiliary Field, TX 17Jun49. Accident 
						nine miles WSW of Columbus AFB, MS 13Jun52. Mid-air collision with 
						T-6D 42-84511 eight miles west of Lockhart, TX 22Mar53.
					34132 (MSN 88-15285) 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Crash landed after engine failure eight miles northwest of Nebraska City, NB 16Jul45.
					34133 (MSN 88-15286) 2137th (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine) Hendricks Field, 
						Sebring, FL. Damaged caused by pilot error landing at Hendricks Field 29Mar45. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Hendricks Auxiliary Field, Conners, 
						Okeechobee, FL 5Jun45. 2002nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), 
						Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged landing at Stewart Field 27Jul45. 
						4161st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Hanscom Field, Bedford, MA. 
						Wrecked when crash landed in bad weather on the beach at South Bowers, DE 14Jul48.
					34134 (MSN 88-15287) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Force landed after engine failure at Spence Auxiliary Field, Sunset, GA 
						22Dec43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-85951 four miles ESE of 
						Berlin, GA 6Jun45 (2KIS)
					41-34135 (MSN 88-15288) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 6Aug45. Accident at Hensley 
						Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX 12Mar49.
					34136 (MSN 88-15289) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 18May45. Squadron M, 318th Base Unit, 
						Tactical Air Command, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Destroyed by fire landing 
						at Lockbourne AAB 16Jul46 
					34137 (MSN 88-15289) Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-229 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 18Jan44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged in an accident with AT-6D 42-84751 
						taxying at Williams Field 24Aug44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana 
						Field, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at Marana Field 20Aug45.
					41-34138 (MSN 88-15291) Signal Command, Augusta, GA. Accident at Monmouth County 
						Airport, NJ 17Sep48. 3527th Maintenance Squadron, 3525th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Williams AFB, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams AFB 22Oct50. Accident at Columbus AFB, MS 1Jun51 and 17Sep51. 
						Accident at Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX 25Jul52. 128th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
						116th Fighter-Bomber Group, Georgia Air National Guard, Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA. 
						3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 4Jan55. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34139 (MSN 88-15292) Bailed to a civil contractor. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Craig 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 2Apr45. 3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. 
						Crash landed at Greenville AB 16Nov51.
					34140 (MSN 88-15293) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision landing at Williams Field 23Dec43. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-34149 landing at Williams Field 27Apr44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic)
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 42-4063 taxying at Marana 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 30May45. Foreign Liquidation Commission.  To Guardia Nacional 
						de Panama 1952. Operated without any known serial or registration as a high-speed 
						communications aircraft on behalf of the Guardia. Noted Aug66 semi-derelict at 
						Tocumen IAP, Panama; later in the Fuerza Aérea Panameña compound without wings.
						Ozona Flight Service, San Angelo, TX. Scrapped during a clean-up at Tocumen before it could be shipped to USA.
					34141 (MSN 88-15294) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-4175 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Gilbert, AZ 25Jan44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 1May44.
					34142 (MSN 88-15295) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 11Jan45. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6D 42-85728 taxying at Luke Field 14Nov45. 3300th Training Squadron, 
						Greenville AB, MS. Accident at Greenville AB, MS 17Jul51.
					34143 (MSN 88-15296) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16005 landing at Williams Field 23Mar44. 
						3545th Maintenance and Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Accident 
						at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, Pullium, TX 15Jul52. Accident at Goodfellow AFB 6Jan53
					34144 (MSN 88-15297) 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Minter Field 13Aug45.
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-17358
					34145 (MSN 88-15298)
					34146 (MSN 88-15299) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 5Apr44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 25Apr45
				34147/34158 MSN 88-15349/15360 (24)
					34147 (MSN 88-15349) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged while parked in an accident caused by bad weather at 
						Williams Field 20Apr44. 119th Fighter Squadron, 108th Fighter Group, New Jersey 
						Air National Guard, Newark Municipal Airport, NJ. Damaged landing at Newark 
						Municipal Airport 30May47. Damaged landing at Newark Municipal Airport 20Mar48 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14372
					34148 (MSN 88-15350)
					34149 (MSN 88-15351) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 3Jan44. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 41-34140 landing at Williams Field 27Apr44. Accident one mile south 
						of Hollidaysburg, PA 9Oct48. 3500th Maintenance & Supply Group, Reese AFB, 
						Lubbock, TX. Accident at Reese AFB 17Sep52.
					34150 (MSN 88-15352) 	Accident nine miles SSE of San Angelo, TX 11Oct48. 
						3545th Maintenance and Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. 
						Accident at Goodfellow AFB 3Jun49  Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4595
					34151 (MSN 88-15353)
					34152 (MSN 88-15354) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged in accident with AT-6C 42-3984 
						taxying at Williams Field 6Jul44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 18Jun45.
					34153 (MSN 88-15355)
					34154 (MSN 88-15356) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing in bad weather at Tinker Field, Oklahoma 
						City, OK 7Feb46. Accident at Barksdale AFB, Shreveport, LA 16Jun49. 3502nd 
						Maintenance Squadron, 3500th Maintenance & Supply Group, Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Reese AFB 7Aug50. 3501st Maintenance 
						Squadron, Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
						Reese Auxiliary Field #4, Abernathy, TX 1Mar51. 3555th Maintenance Squadron, 
						3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX. Wrecked in a 
						landing accident at Perrin AFB 6Aug52. Registered 12Apr88 as N35CE. 
						Reregistered Jan93 as N3286. Registration N25CE assigned Mar94; not taken up. 
						Reregistered 31Aug98 as N3286 as a SNJ-5; current [Jan20]. 2002 Oshkosh Best T-6. 
					34155 (MSN 88-15357)
					34156 (MSN 88-15358)
					34157 (MSN 88-15359) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 2Feb44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 10May44 
					34158 (MSN 88-15360) remanufactured as T-6G 52-8239
				34159/34338 MSN 88-15393/15572 (180)
					34159 (MSN 88-15393) 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 13Dec43 as 79. 
						Primero Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Renamed as Fuerza 
						Aérea Equatoriana 1944. Reserialled 1950 as 309No
					34160 (MSN 88-15394) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Lend-Lease to Ecuador Government. Ferried Kelly Field to Quito, Ecuador. 
						Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Equatoriana 13Dec43 as 80. 
						Primero Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Renamed as 
						Fuerza Aérea Equatoriana 1944. Crashed five miles north of Cuenca en route to 
						Quito 30Aug45 (2KIS).
					34161 (MSN 88-15395) 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 13Dec43 as 81. 
						Primero Escuadrón de Caza, Base Aérea Mariscal Sucre, Quito. Renamed as 
						Fuerza Aérea Equatoriana 1944. Reserialled 1950 as 310No
					34162 (MSN 88-15396) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Luke Field 
						30Oct45. 3575th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Damaged caused by mechanical failure twenty-five miles 
						northeast of Vance AFB 24Mar50. Accident at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 2Jun52.
					34163 (MSN 88-15397) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single
						 Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 22Mar44.
					34164 (MSN 88-15398) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 13Jan44. 
						3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Luke Field 30Aug44.
					34165 (MSN 88-15399) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 21Nov45. Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged while parked in a collision involving several aircraft at Kelly AFB 15Jun48
					34166 (MSN 88-15400) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 10May44. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Luke Field 3Oct44. Fatal crash thirty-five 
						miles west of Crown King, AZ 15Mar45 (2KIS). Registration N96211 assigned 4Oct76; 
						not taken up, cancelled 31Mar11. Reregistered 23Sep92 as N14166; current [Jan20]. 
						Restored at Ramona, CA; first flight 1992.
					34167 (MSN 88-15401) 	3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 30Jan45. Damaged landing at 
						Luke Auxiliary Field #7, Hassayampa, AZ 8Mar45. Damaged when ground looped 
						at Luke Field 10Jan46. 477th Base Unit, Air Force Reserve Command, Birmingham Field, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Birmingham Field 13Jul47. Accident at Hawkins Field, 
						Jackson, MS 12Dec48.  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14412
					34168 (MSN 88-15402) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6D 41-34172 two miles south of Luke Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Wittman, AZ 25Jul44.
					34169 (MSN 88-15403) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped at Luke Field 4Feb45.
					34170 (MSN 88-15404) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Echeverria Auxiliary Field, 
						Aguila, AZ 10Sep45. Damaged taxying at Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 27Mar46. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 44-81553 when this plane 
						nosed over landing at Williams Field 5Dec46.
					34171 (MSN 88-15405) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Field 9Jan44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 8May44.
					34172 (MSN 88-15406) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with 
						AT-6D 41-34168 two miles south of Luke Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 25Jul44 (2KIS)
					34173 (MSN 88-15407) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Field 30Apr44. 136th Air Base Group, 
						Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Damaged landing in bad weather at Langley AFB 
						14Jun51.  . Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4563
					34174 (MSN 88-15408) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine),
						 Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 41-34261 
						on the ground at Luke Field 28Dec44. Force landed after engine failure at 
						Luke Auxiliary Field #3, Fighter, AZ 12Sep45. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Crash landed one mile
						east of Cuchillo Parado, Chihuahua, México 15Mar46.
					34175 (MSN 88-15409) Accident at Columbus AFB, MS 28Apr52. Accident at Perrin AFB, 
						Sherman, TX 18Sep52. 101st Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 102nd Fighter Group, 
						Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA. 3040th Aircraft 
						Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ. Reclaimed 29Sep56.
					34176 (MSN 88-15410) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 12Apr44.
					34177 (MSN 88-15411) Loaned to RCAF 21May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair 
						Depot, Trenton, Ontario for inspection and preparation for return 14Aug52. 
						Returned to USAF 26Sep52. 173rd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 132nd Fighter-Bomber 
						Group, Nebraska Air National Guard, Lincoln AFB, NB. 3040th Aircraft Storage 
						Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ. Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34178 (MSN 88-15412) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Luke Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 15Jan44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Hassayampa, AZ 28Jan45. 3707th Base Unit (HQ, Los Angeles Civilian School Area), 
						Santa Monica, CA. Accident while parked at Mines Field, Los Angeles, CA 28Jun45. 
						556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Long Beach Field 20Mar46.
					34179 (MSN 88-15413) 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 5Feb44. Damaged landing at Luke 
						Field 26Apr44. 84th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 78th Fighter-Interceptor Group, 
						Hamilton AFB, Novato, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Hamilton AFB 
						23Mar50. 3578th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Crash landed at Vance AFB 20Jan53
					34180 (MSN 88-15414) Eagle Pass Field, TX 18Dec43. Squadron C, 2516th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass 
						Field 18Dec44.  Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8229
					34181 (MSN 88-15415) 3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX. 
						Accident at Perrin AFB 6Jun49. 3617th Maintenance Squadron, 3615th 
						Maintenance & Supply Group, Craig AFB, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig AFB 31May51. Damaged landing at Craig AFB 7Sep51.
					34182 (MSN 88-15416)	827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying on the parking ramp 
						at Eagle Pass Field 14Jan44. Damaged while parked in collision by 
						AT-6D 42-44655 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 21Jan44.
					34183	(MSN 88-15417)	2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Accident at Dryden CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 2Nov44. 
						Damaged landing at Lubbock Field 24Apr45
					34184 (MSN 88-15418) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32607 taxying at Eagle Pass Field 4Jan44. 3555th Maintenance Squadron, 
						3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX. Accident at 
						Perrin AFB 15Apr49. Damaged when ground looped landing at Perrin AFB 31May50. 
						3527th Maintenance Squadron, 3525th Maintenance & Supply Group, Williams AFB, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged taxying at Williams AFB 7Nov51. Substantially damaged taking 
						off from Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 11Dec51 
					34185 (MSN 88-15419) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash into the ground five miles 
						southeast of Eagle Pass Field 4Mar44 (1KIS)
					34186 (MSN 88-15420) Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Eagle Pass Field 
						14Apr44. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Ground looped at Bryan Field 1Jul45. 3545th Maintenance and Supply Group, 
						Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Accident at Goodfellow AFB 9Nov48
						Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4584.
					34187 (MSN 88-15421) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 13Sep44.
					34188 (MSN 88-15422)
					34189 (MSN 88-15423)
					34190 (MSN 88-15424) Craig Field, Selma, AL 13Dec43. 2138th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 5Mar45. 3545th Maintenance and Supply Group, 
						Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Accident at Goodfellow AFB 4Aug49.
					34191 (MSN 88-15425) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig 
						Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile south of Calvert, AL 14Dec44.
					34192 (MSN 88-15426) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 12Oct45
					34193 (MSN 88-15427) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 29Aug45. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Craig Field 9Dec45. Accident at Moses Lake 
						AFB, WA 17Jun49. 3307th Training Squadron, Marana AB, AZ. Accident 
						Marana AB 14May52. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable 
						Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, 
						San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. Ferried USA to Brazil 
						by FAB pilot. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 23Sep54 as 1637. 
						Base Aérea de Salvador, BA. Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						Accident at Santa Cruz 16Nov60
					34194 (MSN 88-15428) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 27Dec44
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14513
					34195 (MSN 88-15429)  Accident eight miles southeast of Maebashi, Gunma, Japan 8Nov48.
					34196 (MSN 88-15430) 426th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Stuttgart Field, AR. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stuttgart Field 3Apr44. 4122nd Base Unit 
						(San Antonio Air Technical Service Command), Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Hensley Field 5Apr47. Damaged landing at Hensley Field 25Apr47. 
						178th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 6Aug47. Accident five miles west of Lubbock, TX 12Feb49.
					34197 (MSN 88-15431) Accident ten miles northeast of Tokyo, Japan 26Sep48. 
						6147th Tactical Control Squadron, 6147th Tactical Control Group, Fifth Air Force, 
						Taegu East AB (K-2), South Korea.  W/o 24 Oct 1950 at Koto-Ri, North Korea
					34198 (MSN 88-15432) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Spence Field, Moultrie, GA.   Substantially damaged when force landed with mechanical 
						failure three miles northwest of Spence Field 24Jan44. Accident Georgia 7Oct44
					34199 (MSN 88-15433) remanufactured as T-6G 51-14518
					34200 (MSN 88-15434) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 42-43975 taxying at Foster Field, Victoria, TX 24Apr44. 
						3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance and Supply Group,
						 Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by 
						T-6D 42-85955 taxying at Goodfellow AFB 22Aug50
					34201 (MSN 88-15435) Accident Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX 31Jul52. Military 
						Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. San 
						Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. 
						Ferried USA to Brazil by FAB pilot. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 30Sep54 
						as 1627. Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crashed four minutes 
						after take-off from Uruguaiana airport, RS 6Mar60 (2KIS).
					34202 (MSN 88-15436) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 4Jun44. 
						Crashed after mechanical failure when the pilot bailed out one mile east of Lasalle, TX 16Mar45 
					34203 (MSN 88-15437) Squadron C, 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda 
						Peninsula Field, TX 22Jun44. Crash landed at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 7Mar45. 
						Accident at Williams AFB, Glendale, AZ 19Aug49. Accident at Craig AFB, Selma, AL 5Mar52.
					34204 (MSN 88-15438) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-499 during take-off from Foster Field 20Jan44. 2539th Base Unit 
						(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Foster Field 26Mar45. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 30Jul45.
					34205 (MSN 88-15439) 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing in collision with AT-6D 42-85443 which had crash 
						landed with structural failure at Lubbock Field 14Feb45. 2540th Base Unit, 
						Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 6Aug45. 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
						Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field, TX 29Aug45.
					34206 (MSN 88-15440) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 26Nov44. Damaged landing 
						at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 8Jun45. Damaged by a bird strike sixteen 
						miles northwest of Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 8Oct45.
					34207 (MSN 88-15441) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Dec44.
					34208 (MSN 88-15442) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision landing 
						at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 28Mar44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery 
						School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 28Oct44. Damaged landing in bad weather at 
						Foster Field 15Dec44. Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 17Dec44.
					34209 (MSN 88-15443)	91st Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Love Field 17Dec43.
					34210 (MSN 88-15444) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL 18Dec43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6D 42-44454 
						when taxying at Craig Field 14Dec44. Damaged landing at Craig Field 15Jan45 
						and 21Mar45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 9May45. 
						Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged when ground looped 
						at Wright Field 26Aug46.
					34211 (MSN 88-15445)	2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged taxying at Napier Field 1Mar45. Accident at 
						Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX 29Nov49
					34212 (MSN 88-15446) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Field 25May45
					34213 (MSN 88-15447) 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Force landed after engine failure at Napier Field 3Jul45. Air Materiel 
						Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged when ground looped at Wright Field 
						26Apr46. 4000th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. 
						Damaged landing at Wright Field 25Jul46. 113th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), 
						Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. Damaged landing at Mitchel Field 29Feb48.
					34214 (MSN 88-15448) 4000th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. 
						Damaged landing at Wright Field 23Apr46. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. 
						Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Jun50 as H63, later as H105. Crash 
						landed after engine failure at Houtain-l'Eveque, Belgium 9Mar54. Dismantled 
						for transport to Kamina, Belgian Congo. Advanced Pilots' School, Kamina, 
						Belgian Congo. WFU Aug58. Scrapped at Kamina. Harvards acquired by the 
						Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht through MAP were deliberately destroyed 
						with bulldozers at Kamina in October 1960 when Congo gained its independence.
					34215 (MSN 88-15449) 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL 16Dec43. 
						4119th Base Unit (Mobile Air Technical Service Command), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at New Orleans Airport, LA 9Dec46. Damaged 
						by mechanical failure landing at Chevalier Field, Pensacola, FL 17Mar47.
					34216 (MSN 88-15450) Accident at Arcata Airport, CA 20Oct48. All Weather Flying Center, 
						Clinton County AFB, Wilmington, OH. Used to conduct thunderstorm research. 
						Bailed to North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated ET-6F Oct50. 
						Accident at Lubbock Airport, TX 19Mar52. Reclaimed Apr54
					34217 (MSN 88-15451) 4000th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, 
						Dayton, OH. Damaged landing in bad weather at Wright Field 23May46. Damaged 
						landing at Wright Field 24Jun46. New York Air National Guard, Floyd Bennett Field, 
						New York, NY. Accident at Floyd Bennett Field 24Jul49.  To French Air Force / Armée de l’Air. 
						SOC Jul59
					34218 (MSN 88-15452) 554th Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, 
						Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged taxying in bad weather at Patterson Field, OH 4Apr46. 
						3556th Maintenance Squadron, 3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Perrin AFB 13Oct50. Damaged in a mid-air collision with T-6D 42-84415 
						at Perrin AFB 7Apr51. 3307th Training Squadron, Marana AB, AZ. Accident at Marana AB 27Feb52. 
						Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. 
						San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. 
						Ferried USA to Brazil by FAB pilot.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 27Aug54 
						as 1608. Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa 
						Santa, MG. SOC 27Dec72.
					34219 (MSN 88-15453) 4000th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, 
						Dayton, OH. Damaged landing near Lyonsville, IN 14Jul46
					34220 (MSN 88-15454) 46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Seguin, TX 14Feb44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Martindale, TX 24Jan45. 2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Bryan Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Bryan Field 7Sep45
					34221 (MSN 88-15455) Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Diltz, Floresville, TX 13Jun44. Damaged by engine and structural failure near 
						Randolph Field 15Sep44. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Randolph Field 3Jan45.
					34222 (MSN 88-15456) 
					34223 (MSN 88-15457) 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision while landing at Lubbock Field 16Apr45. Damaged landing at 
						Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS 22May45. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lubbock Field, TX 2Jun45.
					34224 (MSN 88-15458) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 18Oct44. 3565th Pilot 
						Training Wing, Waco AFB, TX. Accident at Waco AFB 6May49. Accident at 
						Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL 19Feb53.
					34225 (MSN 88-15459) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Field 27Oct45.
					34226 (MSN 88-15460) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged while 
						parked in a collision by AT-6C 42-43897 taxying at Moore Field 21Mar44. 
						137th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 107th Fighter-Interceptor Group, New York Air 
						National Guard, Westchester County Airport, White Plains, NY. 3040th Aircraft 
						Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 7Oct54. Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34227 (MSN 88-15461) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 18Apr45. 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), 
						Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6D 41-34243 twenty-five miles northeast of Wichita Falls 10Jul46. 3301st 
						Training Squadron, Columbus AFB, MS. Accident at Columbus AFB 28Nov51
						Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4599
					34228 (MSN 88-15462) 3705th Base Unit (Technical School), Lowry Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged in accident with parked AT-6D 42-84936 at Lowry Field 11Sep46. 
						3555th Maintenance Squadron, 3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, 
						Sherman, TX. Accident at Perrin Auxiliary Field #2, Gaskin, TX 5Feb49. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Perrin Auxiliary Field #5, Gainesville, TX 17Apr51. 
						Accident at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 17Nov52. Accident four miles north of Bullock, NC 2Jan53
					34229 (MSN 88-15463) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Moore Field 11Apr44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Moore Field 
						20Jun44. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, 
						San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 28Nov44. Damaged 
						landing at Goodfellow Field 19Mar45. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						sixteen miles NNE of Llano, TX 18Oct45.  Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8223
					34230 (MSN 88-15464) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure 
						landing at Aloe Field 1Apr44. Squadron C, 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
						at Aloe Field 16Jun44. 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 42-44606 on the ground at Lubbock Field 18Apr45.
					34231 (MSN 88-15465)	2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 23Feb45.
					34232 (MSN 88-15466)	3502nd Maintenance Squadron, 3500th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX. Damaged landing at Reese AFB 13Sep50 and 26Oct50. 
						3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Damaged when the aircraft struck 
						terrain at Glen Allan, MS 31Jul51. Accident at Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX 21Feb53.
					34233 (MSN 88-15467)	2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 6Apr45. Accident at 
						Aloe Field, TX 27Oct45. 3578th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Damaged landing at Vance AFB 12Dec51. San Antonio 
						Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. 
						Reimbursable Aid to Government of Colombia Sep54.  
						To Colombian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Colombiana. Believed used for spares recovery.
					34234 (MSN 88-15468)	827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32271 
					34235 (MSN 88-15469) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air 
						collision with Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 42-23083 two miles north of Eagle Pass Field 1Apr44 (1KIS).
					34236 (MSN 88-15470)	99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Foster Field 
						11Apr44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, Davenport, TX 12Jan48. 
						Damaged in accident with AT-6D 42-86334 at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Martindale, TX 8Jun48. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-85912 
						seventeen miles northeast of San Antonio, TX 16Aug48. Accident at Connally AFB, 
						Waco, TX 10Aug49. Accident Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV 24Oct49. Accident at Perrin 
						Auxiliary Field, Eaker Municipal Airport, Durant, OK 24May51. 2370th Air Base 
						Squadron, Long Beach Municipal Airport, CA. Accident at Long Beach Municipal 
						Airport 19Jun53. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34237 (MSN 88-15471)
					34238 (MSN 88-15472 )	2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision on the ground with AT-6D 42-44564 at Moore Field 4Jun45. 
						466th Base Unit, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged landing at Olmsted Field, 
						Middletown, PA 11Mar47. Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14383.
					34239 (MSN 88-15473)	99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 18Jan44. Squadron C, 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing in bad weather at Moore Field 5Feb45. 
						Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 42-4184 when taxying at Moore Field 19Jun45. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Crash landed at Randolph Field 26Sep47. Damaged landing at 
						Randolph Auxiliary Field #5, Clear Springs, New Braunfels, TX 19Aug48. 
						Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field, Bexar County Airport, San Antonio, TX 5Feb49. 
						Accident at Springvale, AL 23Dec52.
					34240 (MSN 88-15474)	Williams Field, Mesa, AZ 18Dec43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged taxying at Salome CAA 
						Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 18Oct44.
					34241 (MSN 88-15475)	533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 27Apr44. 3010th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at Williams Field 2Aug44. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6D 42-84665 in the vicinity of Marana Field, AZ 31Oct44. Damaged landing at 
						Marana Auxiliary Field #4, Avra, AZ 23Jan45.
					34242 (MSN 88-15476)	533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Crash landed at Williams Field 1Jan44. Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8234.
					34243 (MSN 88-15477)	3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Field 23Jan45. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic 
						Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged taxying at Buckley Field 12May45. 
						Damaged landing at Buckley Field 20Jun45. 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), 
						Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged landing at Frederick Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Grandfield, OK 2Feb46. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6D 41-34227 
						twenty-five miles northeast of Wichita Falls 10Jul46. Accident at Goodfellow AFB, 
						San Angelo, TX 12Oct49
					34244 (MSN 88-15478) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6D 41-34312 when 
						taxying at Williams Field 2May44. Damaged taxying at Williams Field 7Jul44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 29Sep44. Headquarters 
						Squadron, 3605th Maintenance and Supply Group, Ellington AFB, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Sherman AFB, Fort Leavenworth, KS 22Nov50. 
						Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario for
						inspection and preparation for return 14Aug53. Returned to USAF 26Oct53. 
						3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 29Nov53. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34245 (MSN 88-15479) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 10Jun44
					34246 (MSN 88-15480) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Crashed into the ground one mile southeast of Magma, AZ 30May44
					34247 (MSN 88-15481) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Force landed with fuel exhaustion sixteen miles east of Phoenix, AZ 12Jan45. 
						Damaged taxying at Ajo Field 27Sep45. Damaged landing at Luke Field 28Nov45. 
					34248 (MSN 88-15482) Accident at Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX 15Sep48. 
						3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Accident at Greenville AB 26Jul51.
					34249 (MSN 88-15483) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 12Feb45. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 5Mar45. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Fighter, AZ 25Apr45. Damaged landing at Luke Field 23Oct45
					34250 (MSN 88-15484) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32396 taxying at Aloe Field 14Apr44. 175th Base Unit, Kelly Field,
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing in bad weather at Fort Worth Field, TX 18Jun47. 
						Accident at Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX 25Apr50. 3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. 
						Accident at Greenville AB 7Sep51. Emda Import and Export Company, Inc. 
						Aero Services, SA, México City.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 23Jul56 as EAN-832
					34251 (MSN 88-15485) 3513th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, 
						Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure ten miles west of 
						Dover, TN 9Apr50. 3301st Training Squadron, Columbus AFB, MS. Accident at Columbus AFB 25Jun51.
				34252 (MSN 88-15486)  481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
					Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Austin Municipal Airport, TX 29Dec43. 
					Headquarters Squadron, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Tinker AFB 19Apr50. 2465th Air Force Reserve Training Center, Wold-Chamberlain 
					Field, Minneapolis-St Paul, MN. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, 
					Tucson, AZ 10Jan53. Reclaimed 29Sep55. Registered as N6982C; revoked 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 24Nov71. Registered 23Sep16 as N6982C; cancelled 19Nov19.
					34253 (MSN 88-15487) 481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 42-44423 
						taxying at Aloe Field 3Jan44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped at Goodfellow Field, San 
						Angelo, TX 27Feb46. 172nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 127th Fighter-Bomber Group, 
						Michigan Air National Guard, Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, MI. Accident at Kellogg 
						Field 14Jun53. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 18Feb54. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34254 (MSN 88-15488) Squadron C, 2510th Base Unit, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 15Oct45 
					34255 (MSN 88-15489) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44741 at 
						Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 11Dec44. Damaged by fire at Aloe Field 8Jun45. 
						108th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Westover Field, Chicopee, MA. Wrecked after 
						engine failure taking off from Westover Field 21Sep47
					34256 (MSN 88-15490)  Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8210.
					34257 (MSN 88-15491)  2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged by a bird strike at Randolph AFB 27Apr48. Damaged 
						landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 3Aug48. Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4572
					34258 (MSN 88-15492) 2514th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Two Engine) 
						Laughlin Field, Del Rio, TX. Crash landed in bad weather three miles southwest of 
						Waxahachie, TX 21Apr45. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying at Luke Field 11Jun46. Accident at Luke 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Wittman, AZ 25Jun46. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, Davenport, TX 13Apr48. Damaged landing at Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 23Aug48. 3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Accident at Vance AFB 1Apr52. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. 
						Reimbursable Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, 
						San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. Ferried USA to Brazil by FAB pilot. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 23Sep54 as 1620. Base Aérea de Recife, PE. 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 16Jun75. 
						Aéro Agrícola Caiçara Ltda., Vila Nova, Santos, SP. Registration PT-KSY assigned Dec75; not taken up
					34259 (MSN 88-15493) 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Marana Field 29Dec44. Damaged after engine 
						failure taking off from Marana Field 7Aug45. 
					34260 (MSN 88-15494) Accident at Hamilton AFB, Novato, CA 23Nov52.
					34261 (MSN 88-15495) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 25Jan44. 332nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 19Apr44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6D 41-34174 on the ground at Luke Field 28Dec44. Damaged landing at Luke Field 
						11Apr45. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, 
						Davenport, TX 16Feb48. 3512th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and 
						Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Randolph AFB 16Jan50. Damaged landing at Randolph AFB 16Mar50. 
						111th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Philadelphia IAP, PA. 3
						040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 20Oct53. Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34262 (MSN 88-15466) 6147th Tactical Control Squadron, 6147th Tactical Control Group, 
						Fifth Air Force, Pyeongtaek AB (K-6), South Korea.  Hit by ground fire and crashlanded on
						sandbar in Han River, Korea Mar 20, 1951.
					34263 (MSN 88-15497)
					34264 (MSN 88-15498) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 41-34285 taxying at 
						Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 16Jun44. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6D 42-85903 eleven miles southeast of Eloy, AZ 2Aug45. Military Assistance 
						Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. San Antonio 
						Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. 
						Ferried USA to Brazil by FAB pilot.  To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 30Sep54 
						as 1625. Base Aérea de Natal, RN. Accident at Porto Ferreira, SP 25May65
					34265 (MSN 88-15499) 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 #3, Fighter, AZ 4Mar44. Accident Arizona 30May45. 
						Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Delivered by US Navy escort carrier CVE-64 
						Tripoli to Santander, Spain; arrived 7Aug54. Towed to Parayas airport and 
						prepared for ferry flight to Matacán AB, Salamanca.  To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire 
						Aug54 as E.16-8. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-37. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-8. Escuadrón 604, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. 
						Escuadrón 406, Grupo 44, Torrejón, Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid 1978; code 406-08. 
						Escuadrón 744, Matacán AB, Salamanca 1978. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 20Oct80. Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 27May81. SOC 1Jul81. Returned to US Government. 
						Sold at auction, Torrejón AB, Madrid, Spain 9Jul83
					34266 (MSN 88-15500) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Field 22Feb44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Fighter, AZ 24Apr45. Damaged landing at Luke Field 5Nov45.  To Italian AF
					34267 (MSN 88-15501) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged when crashed into the ground 
						eight miles south of Wittman, AZ 2Jun45
					34268 (MSN 88-15502)  4161st Base Unit, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged landing 
						at Stewart AFB 17Jul48. Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14455
					34269 (MSN 88-15503) 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San 
						Antonio, TX. Accident at Randolph AFB 8Jun49. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 
						3545th Maintenance and Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. 
						Fatal crash into the ground six miles north San Angelo 30Apr50 
					34270 (MSN 88-15504) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 2Jan44.
					34271 (MSN 88-15505) Accident at Leader City, UT 20Feb49.
					34272 (MSN 88-15506)
					34273 (MSN 88-15507) 4000th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. 
						Damaged landing at Wright Field 27Nov46. 1380th Base Unit (North Atlantic 
						Division, Air Transport Command), Presque Isle Field, ME. Damaged by fire 
						on the ground at Westover Field, Chicopee, MA 11Sep47. 132nd Fighter 
						Squadron, 101st Fighter Group, Maine Air National Guard, Dow AFB, Bangor, ME. 
						Damaged when a wing struck a snow bank, skidded off the runway and ground 
						looped landing at Dow AFB 13Feb49. 
					34274 (MSN 88-15508) Squadron C, 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
						Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 15Sep45. 
						Force landed in bad weather five miles northeast of Trenton, MO 14Oct45. 
						3556th Maintenance Squadron, 3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, 
						Sherman, TX. Accident at perrin AFB 15Sep49. Damaged landing at Perrin 
						Auxiliary Field #5, Gainesville, TX 31Aug50. 194th Fighter-Interceptor 
						Squadron, 144th Fighter-Interceptor Wing, California Air National Guard, 
						Hayward, CA. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, 
						Tucson, AZ 4Aug55. Reclaimed 26Oct55.
					34275 (MSN 88-15509) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 24Jan45
					34276 (MSN 88-15510) 826th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion and destroyed fifteen miles southeast of Ozona, TX 26Jan44.
					34277 (MSN 88-15511) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-44708 twenty-five miles east of Eagle Pass 
						Field 28Jan44. 4168th Base Unit (Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command), 
						South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX. Substantially damaged taxying at South Plains Field 5May47
					34278 (MSN 88-15512) 186th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 120th Fighter-Interceptor Group, 
						Montana Air National Guard, Great Falls IAP, MT. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, 
						Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 9Nov53. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34279 (MSN 88-15513)  Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14484
					34280 (MSN 88-15514) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Eagle 
						Pass Field 12Apr44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Eagle Pass Field 13Mar45. 2539th Base Unit 
						(Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over 
						taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 13Sep45. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after engine failure two miles east of Lower Meyersville, TX 20Sep45.
					34281 (MSN 88-15515) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass 
						Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass Field 2Apr45. 2511th Base Unit 
						(Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Fatal crash with 
						mechanical failure seven miles WSW of Bryan 22Jul45 (1KIS
					34282 (MSN 88-15516)2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when force landed after engine failure at Garner Field, Uvalde, TX 8Dec44  
					34283 (MSN 88-15517) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass Field 20May44. 2511th Base Unit (Instrument School, 
						Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Substantially damaged when force landed after 
						engine failure one mile north of Dorville, TN 27Nov44.
					34284 (MSN 88-15518)Accident at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 4Aug51. 
						Accident at Minneapolis-St Paul Airport, MN 17Aug51.  
					34285 (MSN 88-15519) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6D 41-34264 taxying at 
						Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 16Jun44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at Marana Field 19Jan45
					34286 (MSN 88-15520) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 8Jan44.
					34287 (MSN 88-15521)
					34288 (MSN 88-15522) 2500th Base Unit (HQ, Central Flying Training Command), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Columbia AAB, SC 24Feb46. 
						Accident South Carolina 16Oct48
					34289 (MSN 88-15523) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed after a fatal mid-air 
						collision with AT-6B 41-17354 1/2 mile southwest of Luke Field 21Apr44 (2KIS).
					34290 (MSN 88-15524) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 13Jan44. 3026th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Auxiliary 
						Field #5, Potter, El Nido, CA 18Jun45.
					34291 (MSN 88-15525)
					34292 (MSN 88-15526)	3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when nosed over landing at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing 
						Field, AZ 26Jul44. Squadron C, 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6D 44-80855 when taxying at Marana Field 8Jan45. 
						Damaged landing at Marana Field 16Feb45. Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Avra, AZ 6Jun45. 4161st Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Hanscom Field, Bedford, MA. 
						Damaged taxying at Hanscom AFB 16Apr48. Registration N3174B assigned; not taken up
					34293 (MSN 88-15527) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 2Oct44. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Luke Field 3May45. Damaged in a collision with parked 
						AT-6D 41-34350 at Luke Field 23Jul45. 110th Fighter Squadron, 131st Fighter Group, 
						Missouri Air National Guard, Lambert Field, St. Louis, MO. Damaged when nosed over 
						taxying at Lambert Field 29Mar47. Accident at Langley AFB, Hampton, VA 16Mar51. 
						4414th Maintenance Squadron, 4415th Air Base Group, Pope AFB, Fort Bragg, NC. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Pope AFB 26Oct51. Accident at Floyd Bennett 
						Field, New York, NY 1Oct52. AROAG, Atlanta, GA. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, 
						Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 7Nov54. Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34294 (MSN 88-15528) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 
						15Jan44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 
						30Mar44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash 
						landed with mechanical failure at Foster Field 20Jul44. Crashed into the ground at 
						Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 19Aug44. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. 
						Delivered by US Navy to Santander, Spain; arrived 18Jul54. Towed to Parayas airport
						and prepared for ferry flight to Matacán AB, Salamanca. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Aug54 as E.16-16. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, 
						Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-45. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid. Modified with machine guns, rocket launchers and an auxiliary fuel tank in
						the rear cockpit. Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Jan58. Departed 
						Alcalá de Henares 3Feb58 to San Pablo, Jerez and Sidi Ifni, arriving El Aaiún 6Feb58 for 
						COIN operations in Spanish Morocco. Escuadrón 292, Agrupación No 29; code 29-42. 
						Fatal accident at Smara, Spanish Morocco 29Aug58 (1KIS). SOC 30Jun59
					34295 (MSN 88-15529) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 22Jul44. 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 9May45
					34296 (MSN 88-15530) 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Foster Field 13Dec44  
					34297 (MSN 88-15531) 
					34298 (MSN 88-15532) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Nursery, TX 9Feb44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 14May44. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-44465 
						taxying at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 25May45
					34299 (MSN 88-15533) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-15962 thirteen miles east of Foster Field 27Feb44
					34300 (MSN 88-15534) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-44342 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 2Jun44. 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock 
						Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Lubbock Field 3Feb45
					34301 (MSN 88-15535) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32132 taxying at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 23Mar44. 
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash 
						into the ground at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 13May44 (1KIS).
					34302 (MSN 88-15536) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-44342 taxying at Foster Field 4Jun44. 
						2540th Base Unit, Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX. Crash landed at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range 20Aug45
					34303 (MSN 88-15537) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6B 41-17113 taxying at Foster Field 28Feb44
					34304 (MSN 88-15538) 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, 
						Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged landing at Frederick Auxiliary Field #3, Grandfield, OK 
						10Sep45. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, Waco AFB, TX. Accident at Waco AFB 3Mar49. 
						3578th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, Vance AFB, 
						Enid, OK. Accident after engine failure taking off from Vance AFB 24Apr50.
						 Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, 
						Ontario for inspection and preparation for return 14Aug52. Returned to USAF 27Oct52. 
						1401st Air Base Wing, Military Air Transport Service, Andrews AFB, Camp Springs, MD..
					34305 (MSN 88-15530) 
					34306 (MSN 88-15540) 332nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 304th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 3Apr44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 6Apr45. Damaged landing at 
						Ajo Field 29Aug45. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Fatal crash caused by structural failure six miles southwest of Mesa 14Aug46
					34307 (MSN 88-15541) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 9Feb44
					34308 (MSN 88-15542) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 1Mar44.
					34309 (MSN 88-15543) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ.
						Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 31Mar44. 3702nd Base 
						Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged 
						landing at Buckley Field 23Apr45 and 28Apr45. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, Waco AFB, TX. 
						Accident at Waco AFB 8Feb49. Headquarters Squadron, 3500th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lubbock 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Abernathy, TX 16Jul51. Accident at Reese AFB 14Sep51, 3Mar52 and 5Feb53
					34310 (MSN 88-15544) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 
						23May44. Squadron C, 3034th Base Unit, Western Flying Training Command, Gardner 
						Field, Taft, CA. Damaged taxying at Gardner Field 26Jan45. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Substantially damaged when crash landed after 
						take-off from Minter Field 6Feb45
					34311 (MSN 88-15545)  3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Frederick Auxiliary Field #3, Grandfield, OK 27Aug45. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14341.
					34312 (MSN 88-15546) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6D 41-34244 taxying at Williams 
						Field 2May44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 17May44. 
						3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged landing at Buckley Field 5May45.
					34313 (MSN 88-15547)
					34314 (MSN 88-15548) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 28Nov44. Damaged while parked in a collision 
						on the ground by AT-6C 42-44307 at Moore Field 18Dec44.
					34315 (MSN 88-15549) 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crash landed at Moore Field 
						15Mar44. Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8232.
					34316 (MSN 88-15550)
					34317 (MSN 88-15551) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 28Apr45.
					34318 (MSN 88-15552)
					34319 (MSN 88-15543) 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, 
						San Angelo, TX. Damaged after taking off four miles east of Slaton, TX 17Nov44. 
						Damaged landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, Lane, TX 17Dec44. 2526th Base Unit 
						(Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Hensley Field, 
						Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX 11Jun45. Fifth Air Force, Pyongyang East AB (K-24), North Korea. 
						Wrecked in an accident with T-6D 42-85674 at Pyongyang East AB 4Dec50
						destroyed on ground at (K-24) Pyongyang East AB, South Korea Dec 4, 1950 to prevent capture by
						North Korea.
					34320 (MSN 88-15554) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Moore Field 19Dec44. Accident at Waco AFB, TX 8Apr49. 
						Accident at Craig AFB, Selma, AL 5Jan51. 
					34321 (MSN 88-15555) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 10May44. Damaged landing 
						at Moore Field 6Mar45. 4217th Operations Squadron, 31st Air Base Group, 
						Turner AFB, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner AFB 11Apr51.
					34322 (MSN 88-15556)	
					34323	MSN 88-15557) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 7Oct44. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
						Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Pullium, TX 16Aug48. 3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Accident at 
						Greenville AB 17Aug51 and 18Oct51. 2346th Air Force Reserve Training Center, 
						Hamilton AFB, Novato, CA. Accident at Hamilton AFB 14Jun53. 3040th Aircraft 
						Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 16Sep54. Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34324 (MSN 88-15558) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Williams 
						Field 16Jul44
					34325 (MSN 88-15559) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 41-34346 taxying at Williams Field 29Jan44.
					34326 (MSN 88-15560)3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 19Jul44. 
						444th Bomb Group, Castle Field, Merced, CA. Damaged landing at Castle Field 27Mar46. 
						Accident at Marana Auxiliary Field #3, Coronado, Red Rock, AZ 14Apr52 and 21Apr52.  
					34327 (MSN 88-15561) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Crashed when the Chinese pilot bailed out after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 42-43996 twenty miles SSW of Wickenburg, AZ 25Oct45
					34328 (MSN 88-15562) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 28Mar44. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 13Jan45.
					34329 (MSN 88-15563) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 25Jan44. Damaged landing 
						at Williams Field 28Mar44.
					34330 (MSN 88-15564) 3578th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Damaged when ground looped landing at Vance AFB 30May50. 
					34331 (MSN 88-15565) 444th Base Unit, Air Force Reserve, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, 
						Pittsburgh, PA. Crash landed after engine failure four miles east of Coriport, PA 
						26May48. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport 
						1Aug48. Accident at Butler, PA 22Sep49.
					34332 (MSN 88-15566)  Squadron C-2, 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a collision forty-five miles west of Luke Field 
						6Dec44. Damaged landing at Luke Field 11Apr45. Accident at Mansfield Municipal 
						Airport, OH 24Jul49. Accident at Lake Kickapoo, Texas 11Sep52. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4591.
					34333 (MSN 88-15567)  533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 28Apr44. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8213.
					34334 (MSN 88-15568)	3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams AFB 4Apr48. Accident at Williams AFB 20Jan49 and 25May49.
						3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Accident three miles east of
						Carrier, OK 22Oct51. Accident at Vance AFB 10Sep52
					34335 (MSN 88-15569) Squadron C, 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Lubbock Field 9Jun45. 3415th Maintenance 
						Squadron, 3415th Maintenance and Supply Group, Lowry AFB, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged landing in bad weather at Lowry AFB 23Feb50. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Lowry AFB 13Apr50. Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. 
						RCAF Centralia, ONT. Crashed one mile west of Saint Joseph, ONT 16Apr52. SOC 3May52. 
						No 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario for spares recovery.
					34336 (MSN 88-15570)  Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Pecos Field, TX 11Jan45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 27Apr45. 2511th 
						Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. Ground looped 
						at Bryan Field 24Jun45. Ground looped at Bryan Field 25Jul45.
						Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8206.
					34337 (MSN 88-15571) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged by fire at Aloe Auxiliary 
						Field #10, Fannin, TX 14Mar44. Squadron C, 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, 
						Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Lubbock Field 3Apr45. 
						151st Fighter Squadron, 118th Fighter Group, Tennessee Air National Guard, Memphis 
						Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged when ground looped landing at Scott AFB, 
						Belleville, IL 9Jun50. 3585th Maintenance & Supply Group, San Marcos AFB, TX. 
						Accident at San Marcos AFB, TX 2Jun52. AROAG, Atlanta, GA. 3040th Aircraft 
						Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 30Mar54. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34338 (MSN 88-15572) Squadron C, 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field 9Jun45
				34339/34372 MSN 88-15613/15646 (34)
					34339 (MSN 88-15613)  Accident at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 26Jun51.
					34340 (MSN 88-15614)
					34341 (MSN 88-15615) 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 21Mar44. Squadron C-2, 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
						at Luke Field 20Dec44 and 26Mar45. Damaged landing at Lowry Field, Denver, CO 
						21Dec45. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 26Jun46
					34342 (MSN 88-15616) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Field 29Jan46. 
						Squadron A-1, 3010th Base Unit 
					34343 (MSN 88-15617) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-451 when taxying at Williams 
						Field 2Feb44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. 
						Fatal crash thirty miles ENE of Sells, AZ 24Aug45 (1KIS).
					34344 (MSN 88-15618)  
					34345 (MSN 88-15619) 3502nd Maintenance Squadron, 3500th Maintenance & Supply 
						Group, Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX. Accident at Reese AFB 13Dec49. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Reese AFB 28May50. Damaged landing at Reese AFB 8Dec50. 
						Accident at Greenville Auxiliary Field #2, Indianola, MS 25Mar52. Military Assistance 
						Program [MAP]. Delivered by US Navy to Santander, Spain; arrived 18Jul54. Towed to 
						Parayas airport and prepared for ferry flight to Matacán AB, Salamanca. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Aug54 as E.16-18. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, 
						Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-47. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid. Modified with machine guns, rocket launchers and an auxiliary fuel tank in 
						the rear cockpit. Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Jan58. Departed 
						Alcalá de Henares 3Feb58 to San Pablo, Jerez and Sidi Ifni, arriving El Aaiún 6Feb58 
						for COIN operations in Spanish Morocco. Left wing fuel tank and hydraulic system 
						damaged by enemy ground fire; ferried to Gando for repair. Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta 
						No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; code 463-5. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-18. 
						Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; code 463-18. 
						SOC 1Jul81. Returned to US Government. Sold at auction, Torrejón AB, Madrid, Spain
					34346 (MSN 88-15620)533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 41-34346 taxying at Williams Field 
						29Jan44. 2256th Air Force Reserve Flying Center, Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY. 
						3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 18Mar54. Reclaimed 29Sep55  
					34347 (MSN 88-15621) 556th Air Service Group, Seventh Air Force, Wheeler Field, 
						Honolulu, Oahu, TH. Damaged landing at Wheeler Field 6Dec48
					34348 (MSN 88-15622) 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 
						4May44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged 
						landing at Merced Field 28Feb45. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, 
						Shafter, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Minter Field 20Nov45. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Randolph Field 28Oct46. Headquarters Squadron, 2750th Air Base 
						Group, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Crashed after fuel exhaustion in bad weather 
						and the pilot bailed out 1.5 miles north of St George, NNE of St Cloud, MN 31Aug51
					34349 (MSN 88-15623) 446th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, 
						Lunken Field, Cincinnati Municipal Airport, OH. Damaged taxying at Lunken Field 14Feb47. 
						315th Base Unit (Air Force Reserve Unit), Air Defense Command, Godman Field, Fort Knox, 
						Louisville, KY. Damaged landing at Standiford Field, Louisville, KY 21Jun48. 
						To French Air Force / Armée de l’Air. SOC Jan61
					34350 (MSN 88-15624) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6D 41-34293 at Luke Field 23Jul45. 
						3501st Maintenance Squadron, 3500th Maintenance & Supply Group, Reese AFB, Lubbock, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Reese AFB 10Apr50. Damaged landing at Reese AFB 24Oct50. 
						Accident at Reese AFB 10Apr53.
					34351 (MSN 88-15625)	Accident Texas 27Jan44.
					34352 (MSN 88-15626)	827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 18Feb44. 
						Crash landed after engine failure at Eagle Pass Field 26Apr44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Cueves, TX 15Jun44.
					34353 (MSN 88-15627)	Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged in accident with parked AT-6C 42-49067 when taxying at Eagle Pass Field 22Jan45. 
						Squadron C, 2510th Base Unit, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						twenty-five miles west of Poth, TX 27Sep45.
					34354 (MSN 88-15628 )	827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 8Apr44. 
						Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14333.
					34355 (MSN 88-15629) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot 
						bailed out ten miles south of Kingsville, TX 31Mar44.
					34356 (MSN 88-15630)Squadron B, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Eagle Pass Field 19Nov44. Damaged in accident with 
						AT-6C 42-3945 at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 26Jan45  
					34357 (MSN 88-15631)2511th Base Unit (Instructors’ School, Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX. 
						Ground looped at Bryan Field 19Jan45  
					34358 (MSN 88-15632) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Crashed after a fatal 
						mid-air collision ten miles south of Gonzales, TX 15Jan44 (1KIS). The plane took off from 
						Love Field on a ferry flight to Foster Field, Victoria, Texas. Sometime later, a civilian bus 
						driver observed the airplane flying at extremely low altitude over Texas Highway 29. 
						The airplane, flying at high speed, made two or three low passes over the bus, clearing 
						the bus by fifteen feet each time. The airplane circled around and then flew parallel to
						the road at low altitude, the pilot raising the port wing to clear telephone poles as he went. 
						The port wing collided with a slightly taller telephone pole and was sheared off. The airplane 
						rolled to the left and into an inverted attitude before smashing into the road about 100 yards 
						from the bus, which it had overtaken from the rear. The airplane skidded upside down for 
						about 300 yards, ejecting the pilot’s body and knocking down a fence and a small tree 
						before coming to rest. The pilot was killed on the spot. The airplane did not burn but was 
						completely destroyed
					34359 (MSN 88-15633) 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 27Apr44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Foster Field 17May44
					34360 (MSN 88-15634) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a 
						towed target at Foster Field 23Apr44.  2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taking off from Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 
						18Jul44. Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 28Mar45. 2519th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Fort Worth Field, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Fort Worth Field 23Jun45. 120th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 140th Fighter-Bomber 
						Group, Colorado Air National Guard, Buckley AFB, CO. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, 
						Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 25Oct53. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34361 (MSN 88-15635) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 2Jan45. 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School,
						 Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field 28Apr45.
					34362 (MSN 88-15636) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX.
						Accident at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 19Jun45. Damaged when nosed over 
						taxying at Foster Field 14Sep45.
					34363 (MSN 88-15637)  99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed on fire at Foster Auxiliary Field #4, Nursery, TX 
						23Jan44. 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Lubbock Field 28Jul45. Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8220.
					34364 (MSN 88-15638) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Foster Field 5Jul44. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary 
						Field #6, TX 7Aug44.
					34365 (MSN 88-15639) 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Lubbock Field 24Apr45. Squadron C. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field 
						11Sep45. 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Accident at 
						McGregor Municipal Airport, TX 19Sep49. 3510th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance 
						and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 28Nov50. 3578th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th 
						Maintenance & Supply Group, Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Damaged landing at Vance AFB 11Dec51
					34366 (MSN 88-15640) Accident at Hondo Auxiliary Field, Castroville, TX 12Mar53. 
						Emda Import and Export Company, Inc. Aero Services, SA, México City. 
						To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 23Jul56 as EAN-825. Colegio del Aire, 
						Base Aérea Militar No 5, Zapopan, Guadalajara, Jalisco. Crashed during aerobatics near 
						Huejotitán, Jalisco, México 11Jun71 (1KIS)
					34367 (MSN 88-15641) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after structural failure four miles north of Victoria, TX 7Jun44 (2KIS)
					34368 (MSN 88-15642) 2519th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Fort Worth Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing in bad weather at Fort Worth 
						Field 20Jul45. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after mechanical failure six miles north of Gressom, TX 19Oct45. 
						Conflict:
						2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 3Nov45. 
						[also quoted as 41-34386, qv]
					34369 (MSN 88-15643) 
					34370 (MSN 88-15644) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Aloe Field 14Jun44. Crashed into the ground during approach to land seven 
						miles south of Foster Field, Victoria, TX 3Sep44 (2KIS
					34371 (MSN 88-15645) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-44015 taxying at 
						Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 10Jun44.  Damaged landing at Pawnee CAA Intermediate
						Landing Field, TX 7Jan45. Crash landed at Aloe Field 6Mar45. 2500th Base Unit (HQ, Central Flying 
						Training Command), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 19Jun45. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Substantially damaged when crash landed at Perrin Field 13Nov45
					34372 (MSN 88-15646) 28th Fighter Squadron, 37th Fighter Group, Sixth Air Force, 
						Pocrí Field, Aguadulce, Panama. Wrecked landing at Pocri Field 12Mar44
41-34373/34672		North American AT-6D-NT Texan
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				Substantial numbers diverted to US Navy as SNJ-5
				34373/34394 MSN 88-15303/15324 (22) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43638/43659
				34395/34426 MSN 88-15361/15392 (32) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43660/43691
				34427/34446 MSN 88-15573/15592 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43692/43711
				34447/34452 MSN 88-15647/15652 (6)
					34447 (MSN 88-15647) Squadron C, 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX.
						Damaged landing at Moore Field 2Jan45. 170th Fighter Squadron, 126th Composite Group, 
						Illinois Air National Guard, Capital Airport, Springfield, IL. Fatal crash after mechanical 
						failure taking off one mile north of Capital Airport 9Feb51
					34448 (MSN 88-15648) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Moore Field 19Dec44
					34449 (MSN 88-15649) Damaged when ground looped at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 
						2Jan45. Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14497
					34450 (MSN 88-15650) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Moore Field 11Jun45
					34451 (MSN 88-15651) 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 28Mar44. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 6Jul44 
						and 25Jul44. Damaged landing at Moore Field 6Apr45 and 30Apr45. Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14509
					34452 (MSN 88-15652) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged 
						taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 1Mar44. Squadron C, 2538th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6D 42-85568 taxying at Aloe Field 
						27Oct44. 33rd Base Unit, Washington National Airport, Gravelly Point, DC. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after engine failure twenty-seven miles 
						northwest of Jacksonville, FL 3Jan46
				34453/34482 MSN 88-15653/15682 (30) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43712/43741
				34483/34502 MSN 88-15703/15722 (20)
					34483 (MSN 88-15703) Sixth Air Force, Panama Canal Zone. 4th Base Command Squadron, 
						Caribbean Defense Command. Fatal crash at Mount Hope Cemetery, Colón, Panama Canal Zone 14Jan47
					34484 (MSN 88-15704) Sixth Air Force, Panama Canal Zone. 24th Fighter Squadron, 
						XXVI Fighter Command, Howard Field, Balboa, Panama Canal Zone. Damaged landing 
						at Howard Field 3Apr44. Damaged during a maintenance ground check at Madden Field, 
						Panama 10Jul44. Damaged taking off from San José, Costa Rica 8Oct44
					34485 (MSN 88-15705) 32nd Fighter Squadron, XXVI Fighter Command, Sixth Air Force, 
						Panama Canal Zone. Crash landed 2.5 miles southwest of Balboa, Panama City, Panama 9Jan46
					34486 (MSN 88-15706)52nd Fighter Squadron, 32nd Fighter Group, Sixth Air Force, 
						France Field, Colón, Panama Canal Zone. Damaged taxying at Howard Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Chame, Panama 15Feb44. 28th Fighter Squadron, 37th Fighter Group, Sixth Air Force, 
						Howard Auxiliary Field #1, Chame, Panama. Damaged when ground looped at Chame Field 14Mar45  
					34487 (MSN 88-15707) 2115th Service Unit, Sixth Air Force, Panama Canal Zone. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by Boeing B-17G 44-85801 taxying at Albrook Field, 
						Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 7May46. 3rd BCpS, Albrook Field. Fatal crash at 
						Isla del Rey Auxiliary Field, San Miguel, Pearl Islands, Panama 23Jul4
					34488 (MSN 88-15708) 185th Fighter Squadron, 137th Fighter Group, Oklahoma Air 
						National Guard, Max Westheimer Field, Norman, OK. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Max Westheimer Field 6Jun48. Accident three miles north of Corning, KS 
						3Sep49. Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK 6Sep49. Damaged landing at Will Rogers 
						Field 11Jun50. Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair Depot, 
						Trenton, Ontario for inspection and preparation for return 14Aug52. Returned to USAF 
						19Nov52. 128th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 116th Fighter-Bomber Group, Georgia 
						Air National Guard, Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA. Remanufactured as T-6G 53-4594.
					34489 (MSN 88-15709) 483rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged taxying at Houston 
						Municipal Airport, TX 14Feb44. Damaged taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field #8, Goliad, TX 
						21Apr44. 33rd Base Unit, Oakland Municipal Airport, CA. Damaged landing at Oakland 
						Municipal Airport 24Oct45. 6149th Tactical Control Squadron, 6147th Tactical Control 
						Group, Fifth Air Force, Pyeongtaek AB (K-6), South Korea. Crash landed after engine 
						failure in a river in Korea 5Jun51
					34490 (MSN 88-15710) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged by a bird strike northwest of Aloe Field 19Sep44. Squadron C, 
						2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle 
						Pass Field 23Jan45. Accident at Turner Field, Albany, GA 27Sep51. Military Assistance 
						Program [MAP]. Delivered by US Navy escort carrier CVE-64 Tripoli to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived 7Aug54. Towed to Parayas airport and prepared for ferry flight to Matacán AB, 
						Salamanca.  To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Aug54 as E.16-13. Escuela Básica 
						de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-42. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1958. Modified with armament for counter insurgency (COIN) 
						operations. Escuadrón 363, Ala Mixta No 36, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands Oct58. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-13. Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, 
						Canary Islands; code 463-13. SOC 1Jul81. Stored at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain 
						[noted Mar84]. Returned to US Government. Sold at auction, Torrejón AB, Madrid, Spain
					34491 (MSN 88-15711) Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair
						 Depot, Trenton, Ontario for inspection and preparation for return 14Aug52. 
						Returned to USAF 26Sep52
					34492 (MSN 88-15712) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in a collision at Aloe Auxiliary Field #9, 
						Mission Valley, TX 8Jul44. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out ten 
						miles north of Freeport, TX 15Sep44
					34493 (MSN 88-15713) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 42-44353 when 
						taxying at Aloe Field 24May44. Damaged in a mid-air collision three miles southeast 
						of Smithville, TX 2Nov44. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Mustang Field, 
						El Reno, OK 10Dec44. 2518th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Enid Field, OK. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Enid Field 24Oct45. Accident at Barksdale AFB, 
						Shreveport, LA 15Jul49. 3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Accident at 
						Greenville AB 17Sep51. Accident five miles northeast of Greenville AB 8Oct51.
						 Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. 
						San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. 
						Ferried USA to Brazil by FAB pilot. To  Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 22Sep54 
						as 1619. Base Aérea de Fortaleza, CE. Base Aérea de Canoas, Porto Alegre, RS. 
						Crashed at Praia de Ipanema during aerobatics 9May71 (1KIS). SOC at Canoas 19May72.
					34494 (MSN 88-15714) 
					34495 (MSN 88-15715) 2514th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Two Engine) 
						Laughlin Field, Del Rio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Bryan Field, TX 1Jul45. 
						2347th Air Force Reserve Training Center, Long Beach Municipal Airport, CA. 
						3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 10Oct54. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34496 (MSN 88-15716) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-84873 three miles northeast 
						of Aloe Field 15Jun44 (1KIS).
					34497 (MSN 88-15717) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 7Jan45. Remanufactured as T-6G 52-8228
					34498 (MSN 88-15718) 2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6D 41-34498 ten miles southeast of Aloe Field 30Oct44
					                  34499 )MSN 88-15719) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
							San Antonio, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6D 44-81578 at Randolph AFB 15Jul48. 
							Accident at Randolph AFB 3Sep48. Accident at Vance AFB, Enid, OK 26Jul50. Accident at 
							Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK 11Oct53. 124th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
							132nd Fighter-Bomber Group, Iowa Air National Guard, Des Moines Municipal Airport, IA. 
							3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 22Feb54. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					  34500 (MSN 88-15720)	481st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 61st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Aloe 
						Field 30Mar44. Damaged taxying at Aloe Auxiliary Field #7, Cologne, TX 10Apr44. Squadron C, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX 1May44. 
						Damaged after engine failure and fire at Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 17May44. 
						Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged 
						landing at Waco Field 19Apr45. Twentieth Air Force, North Guam AFB, Guam, Marianas 
						Islands. Accident at North Guam AFB 27Dec48.
					  34501 (MSN 88-15721)	2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion four miles southeast of George West, TX 9May44. 
						Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Waco Field 14Dec44. Damaged landing at Waco Auxiliary Field #5, Prairie Hill, TX 16Mar45. 
						3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Accident at Greenville AB 11Feb52. Rome Air 
						Development Center, Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY. Accident at Griffiss AFB 21Mar53. Accident at 
						Griffiss AFB 8Jun53. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					  34502 (MSN 88-15722)	46th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #7, Seguin, TX 3Apr44. 
						Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Accident when the aircraft nosed over at Randolph Field 4Apr45. 
						Damaged landing at Randolph Field 11Apr45. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 7May45. 
						3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Accident at Greenville AB 30Aug51. 
						Accident at Vance AFB, Enid, OK 22Jan52. 148th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 
						113th Fighter-Interceptor Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Reading Municipal 
						Airport, PA. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 4Mar54. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55
				34503/34522 MSN 88-15723/15742 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43742/43761
				34523/34542 MSN 88-15753/15772 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43762/43781
				34543/34575 MSN 88-15793/15825 (33)
					34543 (MSN 88-15793) Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 14Feb45  
					34544 (MSN 88-15794) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Crash landed in bad weather two miles west of 
						Pleasant Hill, MO 13Feb45. 3515th Maintenance Squadron, 3510th Maintenance 
						and Supply Group, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						Boeing B-29 Superfortress 44-69928 taxying at Randolph AFB 31Aug51. Accident 
						at El Paso Airport, TX 22Jun52. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Delivered by 
						US Navy to Santander, Spain; arrived 18Jul54. Towed to Parayas airport and 
						prepared for ferry flight to Matacán AB, Salamanca. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion during the ferry flight with landing gear retracted at Entrala, near 
						Zamora 27Jul54.  To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Aug54 as E.16-22. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-51. Aeronautica 
						Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. Modified with machine guns, rocket 
						launchers and an auxiliary fuel tank in the rear cockpit. Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, 
						Villanubla AB, Valladolid Jan58. Departed Alcalá de Henares 30Jan58 to San 
						Pablo, Jerez and Sidi Ifni, arriving El Aaiún 1Feb58 for COIN operations in 
						Spanish Morocco. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-22. Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, 
						Madrid; code 421-22. Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, 
						Canary Islands; code 463-22. Escuadrón 515, Málaga; code 515-17. Escuadrón 524, 
						Málaga 1972; code 524-17. Accident 29Jan76. SOC 19Sep78
					34545 (MSN 88-15795) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Eagle 
						Pass Field 8Apr44. Crash landed after engine failure at Laughlin Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Spofford, TX 26Apr44. Squadron C, 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument 
						Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged taking off from Lubbock Field 2Apr45. Damaged 
						landing at Lubbock Field 16Apr45.
					34546 (MSN 88-15796) to RCAF May 1951, 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air
						Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at Avenger Auxiliary Field #1, Roscoe, TX 9May44. Accident at Rapid City AFB, SD 16Sep49. 
						Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario 
						for inspection and preparation for return 4Sep52. Returned to USAF 13Dec52. 
						Washington Air National Guard, Geiger AFB, Spokane, WA. Accident at Geiger AFB 31Mar54.
					34547 (MSN 88-15797)5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion 1½ miles north of Fayetteville, TX 5Feb44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 4May44  
					34548 (MSN 88-15798) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Foster Field 10Jan45. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion two miles 
						north of Foster Field 9Apr45. Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. 
						No 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario for inspection and preparation for return 14Aug52. 
						Returned to USAF 10Nov52. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, 
						Tucson, AZ 20Jan53. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34549 (MSN 88-15799) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 17Jun44. 
						2525th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Liberal Field, KS. Damaged 
						landing at Liberal Field 30Nov44. 3415th Maintenance Squadron, 3415th Maintenance 
						and Supply Group, Lowry AFB, Denver, CO. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Lowry AFB 31Jul50. Loaned to RCAF 12May51 [retained USAF serial]. No 6 Repair Depot, 
						Trenton, Ontario for inspection and preparation for return 4Sep52. Returned to
						 USAF 7Oct52. 1800th Airways and Air Communications Service Wing, Military Air 
						Transport Service, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK..
					34550 (MSN 88-15800) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-4117 and parked AT-6C 42-44091 when taxying 
						at Foster Field 11May44. Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #5, TX 26Jul44
					34551 (MSN 88-15801) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in accident
						with AT-6D 42-85833 at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita North, TX 20Dec44. 
						2750th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. 3040th Aircraft Storage 
						Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 24Jan54. Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34552 (MSN 88-15802) 3578th Maintenance Squadron, 3575th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Vance AFB, Enid, OK. Damaged when ground looped landing at Vance AFB 16Jun50. 
						Accident south of Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX 9Sep52.
					34553 (MSN 88-15803)
					34554 (MSN 88-15804) Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), 
						Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing two miles southeast of Pearl, TX 18Apr45. 
						Damaged by structural failure at Waco Field 1May45. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 6May45
					34555 (MSN 88-15805) 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Randolph 
						Field 29Sep44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Waco Field 7May45. Accident Texas 11Jul52. 
						Accident at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, Pullium, TX 11Jul52. Military Assistance 
						Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Brazilian Government Feb54. San Antonio Air 
						Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Brazil. Ferried USA to 
						Brazil by FAB pilot. To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 20Dec54 as 1648. 
						Base Aérea de Fortaleza, CE. Crashed after take-off from Base Aérea de Natal, RN 
						at Mossoró, RN 2Jul55 (2KIS)..
					34556 (MSN 88-15806) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Avenger Field 18Mar44. 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), 
						Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged taxying at Avenger Field 8Jul44. 2532nd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX 17Apr45. 
						3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance and Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, 
						San Angelo, TX. Accident at Goodfellow AFB 25Oct49. Wrecked in an accident after taking 
						off two miles south of Goodfellow AFB 5Jan51
					34557 (MSN 88-15807) 
					34558 (MSN 88-15808) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 11Sep44. 2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged landing at Perrin AFB 22Aug48. 3556th 
						Maintenance Squadron, 3555th Maintenance & Supply Group, Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by T-6D 42-84223 taxying at Perrin AFB 1Sep50. 
						Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Government of Colombia Jun54. 
						San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX; preparation for delivery to Colombia. 
						To Colombian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Colombiana Jun54 as 775
			                                       Conflict:
						Crashed in Cordilleres mountains at Tauramena, Colombia 29Nov52 (2KIS)
					34559 (MSN 88-15809) 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in accident with AT-6C 42-44340 taxying at Matagorda Island Gunnery 
						Range, TX 2Sep44. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Matagorda Island 
						Gunnery Range, TX 2Aug45.
					34560 (MSN 88-15810) 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing in bad weather at Lubbock Field 1Feb45
					34561 (MSN 88-15811) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Foster Field 21Feb44. Squadron C-1, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped after engine failure at 
						Randolph Field 21Dec44. Headquarters Squadron, 19th Air Base Group, Twentieth Air Force, 
						Andersen AFB, Guam, Marianas Islands. Damaged in a ground accident at Andersen AFB 
						15May50.  Japan Hoantai (National Safety Force) as TA--561.  To Japan Air Self Defense 
						Force 1Feb55 as 52-0001. SOC 15Dec59. Forward fuselage and wings stored by Fuji 
						Acetylene Industry Headquarters, Fuji, Saga Prefecture
					34562 (MSN 88-15812) Remanufactured as T-6G 51-14505
					34563 (MSN 88-15813) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 41-34565 at Sabinal, TX 18Jun44
					34564 (MSN 88-15814) 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Merced Field 9Jun45. 4168th Base Unit 
						(Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command), South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 3May47
					34565 (MSN 88-15815) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 41-34563 at Sabinal, TX 18Jun44 (1KIS).
					34566 Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 13Feb45. Squadron C, 2539th 
						Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed at Foster Auxiliary 
						#5, TX 13Aug45. 3300th Training Squadron, Greenville AB, MS. Accident at Greenville AB 15Dec51. 
						Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Delivered by US Navy to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived 18Jul54. Towed to Parayas airport and prepared for ferry flight to Matacán AB, 
						Salamanca. Force landed with fuel exhaustion during the ferry flight on the road that 
						linked Ledesma and Zamora, two km from Zamora 27Jul54; refueled and continued 29Jul54. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Aug54 as E.16-17. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, 
						Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-46. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-17. SOC 1Jul81. 
						Returned to US Government. Sold at auction, Torrejón AB, Madrid, Spain
					34567 (MSN 88-15817) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 19Jan45. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & 
						Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at Buckley Field 27Jun45. 
						Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with Beech C-45F 44-47447 at Amarillo Field, TX 5Oct45
					34568 (MSN 88-15818)  318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged landing at Avenger Field 28Apr44. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Randolph Field 6Oct44.
					34569 (MSN 88-15819) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 11Sep44. Accident at Perrin AFB, 
						Sherman, TX 18Nov49. Accident at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 9Jul52.
					34570 (MSN 88-15820) 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), 
						Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged taxying at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Lane, TX 10Jan45. Damaged in accident with AT-6B 41-17137 at Goodfellow Field 4Apr45
					34571 (MSN 88-15821) 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. 
						Damaged by fire nineteen miles northwest of Mission, TX 10Mar45. Registered 1956 
						as N87H; current [Jun20]. Race #87 ‘Stocker
					34572 (MSN 88-15822)
					34573 (MSN 88-15823)
					34574 (MSN 88-15824) Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX. Wrecked while parked in a collision 
						involving several aircraft at Kelly AFB 15Jun48 
					34575 (MSN 88-15825)    
				34576/34605 MSN 88-15826/15855 (30) to US Navy as 43782/43811
					34604 according to Roger Freeman was used as communication aircraft by 355th FG
						Steeple Morden (Station 122), Cambridgeshire 20Aug45
				34606/34625 MSN 88-15877/15896 (20)
					34606 (MSN 88-15877) 353rd Fighter Squadron, 354th Fighter Group,
						 Ninth Air Force, Saint-Dizier (A64), France. Force landed in bad weather near
						 Challerange, Ardennes, France 30Nov44. HQ Command, USAFE, Erding, Germany. 
						Mid-air collision at Neubiberg, 35 miles southwest of Erding, Germany 14Oct47. 
						43rd Air Depot Group (Erding Air Depot), USAFE, Erding, Germany. Accident taking off 
						with mechanical failure at Erding 12Feb48. Stored West Germany. Société Cosmos 
						Air Company, France. Compagnie Nationale Air France for spares recovery
					34607 (MSN 88-15878) 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical 
						Reconnaissance Group, Ninth Air Force, Middle Wallop (Station 449), 
						Hampshire. Damaged landing at Middle Wallop 22Jun44. 
						Arthur D. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA Oct80. 
						Registered as N8541B; current [Aug19]. Damaged when crash landed with fuel 
						starvation near Longmont, CO 5Mar07. Approximately 45 minutes after take-off 
						the fuel low pressure light illuminated; fuel pressure indicated zero. At this point 
						the left tank indicated full and right tank approx 30 gallons. After power loss the 
						pilot tried to restore fuel pressure by operating the wobble pump, selecting the 
						left tank and by changing throttle and mixture lever position. Fuel pressure 
						remained at zero at all times. Due to mud, snow, ditches and power lines 
						there were no suitable locations to attempt a gear down landing, the pilot 
						elected to make a gear up landing in a snow covered wheat field to avoid flipping 
						the aircraft on its back. Upon tear down of the fuel pump it was found the fuel 
						pressure regulator failed, being unable to regulate, by-passing fuel, not supplying fuel to engine
					34608 (MSN 88-15879) Eighth Air Force Composite Command, Cheddington 
						(Station 113), Buckinghamshire 20Jun44. Headquarters Squadron, 1st Bomb Division, 
						Atcham (Station 342), Shropshire 9Nov44. Arthur D. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., 
						Hemet, CA Oct80. Registered as N62340 as a North American-Medore AT-6D with
						 MSN 41-34608-1; current Jun19.
					34609 (MSN 88-15880)
					34610 (MSN 88-15881)
					34611 (MSN 88-15882) 643rd Bomb Squadron, 409th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force, 
						Bretigny (A-48), France. Damaged taxying at Bretigny 1Nov44. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Bretigny 26Nov44. 
					34612 (MSN 88-15883)
					34613 (MSN 88-15884) 326th Ferrying Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Ninth Air 
						Force, Grove (Station 519), Berkshire. Damaged taxying at Grove 8Jul44. 
						Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
						To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 41-34613. WFU.
					34614 (MSN 88-15885) Headquarters Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
						Ninth Air Force, Middle Wallop (Station 449), Hampshire. Damaged by structural 
						failure at Middle Wallop 3May44.
					34615 (MSN 88-15886) Headquarters Squadron, XXIX Tactical Air Command, Ninth 
						Air Force, Venlo (Y-55), Netherlands. Damaged landing at Venlo 25Mar45. 
						58th Fighter Squadron, 33rd Fighter Group, USAFE, Neubiberg, Germany. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Neubiberg 29Aug46.
					34616 (MSN 88-15887) Headquarters Squadron, 370th Air Service Group, Advanced 
						Air Depot 2, Ninth Air Force, Vélizy-Villacoublay (A-42), France. 
						Damaged taxying at Charleroi (A-87), Belgium 21Oct44
					34617 (MSN 88-15888) 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 
						67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Ninth Air Force, Middle Wallop 
						(Station 449), Hampshire. Wrecked when ground looped at Middle Wallop 25May44.
					34618 (MSN 88-15889) Arthur D. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA 1999. 
						Registered as N80942 as a North American-Medore AT-6D with MSN 41-34618-2AM. 
						Reregistered 26Sep01 as a North American AT-6D with MSN 41-34618-2; current [Jun20].
					34619 (MSN 88-15890) 364th Fighter Group, Eighth Air Force, Honington (Station 375), 
						Suffolk. Damaged taxying at Honington 11Jul44. Damaged taxying at RAF Hixon, 
						Staffordshire 9Sep44. Crash landed in bad weather 1.5 miles southeast of Wisbech 
						Cambridgeshire 26Nov44. Damaged landing at RAF Downham Market, Norfolk 3Mar45.
					34620 (MSN 88-15891) Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine 
						of 1947. To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 41-34620. Military Academy of Aviation, 
						Tatoi AB, Dekelia, Greece. Crashed 13Sep51. A few days later the logo of the 
						communist KKE was found written on a wall at the academy. The authorities 
						deemed the events connected and extracted after torture confessions of sabotage 
						causing the crash. Two alleged saboteurs were executed, others given jail sentences. 
					34621 (MSN 88-15892)
					34622 (MSN 88-15893) Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Bomb Division, Eighth Air Force, 
						Goxhill (Station 345), Lincolnshire 9Nov44. Headquarters Squadron, 
						96th Bomb Wing, Hethel (Station 114), Norfolk. 479th Fighter Group, 
						Wattisham (Station 377), Suffolk 6Jul45. HQ Eighth Air Force Service Command 
						10Aug45. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
						To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 41-34622. WFU.
					34623 (MSN 88-15894) 668th Bomb Squadron, 416th Fighter Group, Eighth Air Force, 
						Wethersfield (Station 170), Essex. Damaged landing at Wethersfield 1Jun44. 
						Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Ninth Air Force, Namur (Y-47), 
						Belgium. 599th Bomb Squadron, 397th Bomb Group, Peronne (A-72), France.
						Damaged landing at Namur 26Jul45.
					34624 (MSN 88-15895) Headquarters Squadron, Eighth Air Force, Hethel (Station 114), 
						Norfolk 1944. 45th Depot Repair Squadron, 45th Air Depot Group, Ninth Air Service 
						Command, Fürstenfeldbruck (R-72), Germany. Damaged by mechanical failure 
						landing at Fürstenfeldbruck 1Jul47. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the 
						President Truman Doctrine of 1947. To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 41-34624. WFU
					34625 (MSN 88-15896)494th Service Squadron, 30th Service Group, Ninth Air Force, 
						Gosfield (Station 154), Essex. Damaged when ground looped at Gosfield 29Aug44. 
						97th Air Depot Squadron, USAFE, Wiesbaden, Germany. Damaged landing two miles 
						west of Erfurt, Germany 28May46. Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President 
						Truman Doctrine of 1947.  To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 41-34625. WFU
				34626/34654 MSN 88-15897/15925 (29) to US Navy as 43812/43840
				34655/34672 MSN 88-15926/15943 (18)
					34655 (MSN 88-15926) 364th Fighter Group, Eighth Air Force, Honington 
						(Station 375), Suffolk. HQ, VIII Fighter Command, Bushey Hall (Station 341), Hertfordshire. 
						Crashed after the left wing fell off at Ryton-on-Dunsmore, between Rugby and Coventry, 
						Warwickshire 14Jun44. Pilot and passenger both killed. The passenger on this ‘pleasure’ flight was a US nurse who 
						had entered the Women’s Army Corps (WAC), specifically in the Army Nurse Corps, 
						assigned to 181st Medical Dispensary, Aviation.
					34656 (MSN 88-15927) 394th Fighter Squadron, 367th Fighter Group, Ninth Air Force, Saint-Dizier (A64), 
						France. Damaged taxying at Reims/Champagne (A-62D), France 15Feb45. Eschborn (Y-74), 
						Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Damaged when nosed over landing at Fürth (R-28), 
						Germany 30Apr45. 160th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 10th Reconnaissance Group, 
						USAFE, Fürth (R-28), Germany. Damaged taxying three miles west of Fürth 30Jan47. 
					34657 (MSN 88-15928)	Eighth Air Force Composite Command, Cheddington (Station 113), 
						Buckinghamshire 20Jun44. Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Bomb Division, England 9Nov44. 
						338th Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group, Eighth Air Force, Wormingford (Station 159), 
						Essex. Damaged taxying at Bury St Edmunds / Rougham (Station 468), Essex 20Nov44.
					34658 (MSN 88-15929)	2347th Air Force Reserve Training Center, Long Beach Municipal 
						Airport, CA. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 18Oct54. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55
					34659 (MSN 88-15930) 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 9May44. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6D 41-34664 at 4000 ft above Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, TX 17Jul44
					34660 (MSN 88-15931) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						parked Consolidated B-24H Liberator 42-52581 when taxying at Love Field 28Feb44. 
						827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 24Apr44. 2516th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in accident with AT-6D 42-85240 
						at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #1, Cueves, TX 15Dec44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged with mechanical failure 
						taking off from Bryan Field, TX 16Oct45.
					34661 (MSN 88-15932)	2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6A 41-16773 taxying at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, Rosita 
						North, TX 1Sep44. 2526th Base Unit (Instrument School, Instrument Pilot), Lubbock Field, TX. 
						Fatal crash in bad weather eight miles southeast of Anton, TX 7Oct45
					34662 (MSN 88-15933)
					34663 (MSN 88-15934) San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX. Military 
						Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Government of Colombia Apr54. 
						To Colombian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Colombiana May54 as 765
					34664 (MSN 88-15935) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Eagle Pass 
						Field 29Apr44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6D 41-34659 at 4000 ft 
						above Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #3, TX 17Jul44 
					34665 (MSN 88-15936)556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, 
						Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged landing at Lubbock Field, TX 7Aug45. 2621st Base Unit, 
						Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Barksdale Field 4Sep46  
					34666 (MSN 88-15937) Squadron C, 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, Central), 
						Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing at Waco Field 3May45. Arthur D. Medore / Banaire 
						Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA 1999. Registered 4Jan00 as N8094U as a 
						North American-Medore AT-6D with MSN 41-34666-2AM; cancelled 21May08.	
					34667 (MSN 88-15938) 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, 
						Sweetwater, TX; operated by Aviation Enterprises. Crashed after a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6C 42-4146 three miles south of Avenger Field 16Apr44 (1KIS - WASP trainee pilot). 
						The WASP was entering traffic over Avenger Field on a 45 degree leg to the downwind leg 
						from an easterly direction. The other WASP was also entering traffic on a 45 degree leg 
						to the downwind leg from a westerly direction. They were both at about 800 feet altitude 
						had turned into their base leg, perpendicular to the runway, and were now headed right 
						at each other. The other WASP, having more flying experience was looking around for 
						other aircraft. She spotted this plane and turned to avoid the collision. However, 
						it was too late and this plane rammed into the other T-6. The pilot was pinned in and 
						could not bail out
					34668 (MSN 88-15939) 
					34669 (MSN 88-15940) 2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX.
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Avenger Field 15Jun44. Squadron C, 2543rd Base 
						Unit (Instructor School, Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged landing at Waco Field 
						8Jun45 and 2Jul45. 3565th Maintenance Squadron, 3565th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
						Connally AFB, Waco, TX. Damaged landing at Connally AFB 7Apr50. Accident at Craig AFB, 
						Selma, AL 9Jan51. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX. Military Assistance 
						Program [MAP]. Reimbursable Aid to Government of Colombia Jun54. 
						To Colombian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Colombiana Jun54 as 775
					34670 (MSN 88-15941)	Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field 19Mar45. Accident at San Marcos AFB, TX 26Nov52. 
						Accident at Perrin AFB, Sherman, TX 28Nov52. 157th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
						116th Fighter-Bomber Group, South Carolina Air National Guard, Congaree AB, 
						Columbia, SC. 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 6Feb54. 
						Reclaimed 29Sep55.
					34671 (MSN 88-15942)	2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped taking off from Avenger Field 22Aug44.
						Reported registered as F-AZSC and based at Yvelot, France.
					34672 (MSN 88-15943) Squadron C, 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged landing at Hondo Field, TX 6May44. Damaged landing 
						at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 21Mar45. Squadron C, 2510th Base Unit, 
						Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 23May45. 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX.
						 Damaged by a bird strike five miles northwest of New Braunfels, TX 16Jan46.
						3615th Maintenance Squadron, 3615th Maintenance & Supply Group, Craig AFB, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig AFB 7Dec50. Registered as NC10592; N10592. 
						Registered 30Oct61 to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; cancelled 14Dec61.
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported 
						by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-154. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, 
						Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-154. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, Academia General 
						del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns.
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-154, later as C.6-154. SOC 1Jul81. Registered 21Apr94 
						as F-AZSC; current [Apr18]. Amicale des Avions de Collection et de Sport, Yvetot 22Apr94/2000.
41-34673/34847		Martin B-26C-5-MO Marauder
				34681, 34687, 34689/34693,34695,34702/34742,34777/34787 converted to B-26C-6-MO with copilot position removed.
					The experiment did not work out, and most were reconverted to standard B-26C-5-MO configuration.
				34674 Conv to AT-23B
				34680 modified as "XB-26E".  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				34683 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Stansted Nountfitchet,
					Essex, England Dec 6, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34684 Conv to AT-23B; redes as TB-26C; w/o 6 Mar 1945 at Uvaklde, TX
				34691 (455th BS 323rd BG 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Earls Colne, Essex, England Aug 23, 1943.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				34693 (435rd BS, 323rd BG, th AF) in forced landing near Horington, England due to engine failure Sep 5, 1943.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34694 W/o 10 Jul 1943 at Avon Park Bomb Range, FL 
				34696 Conv to AT-23B; redes as TB-26C; w/o 24 Jun 1945 at Paine Field, WA
				34697 W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Myakka City, FL 
				34703 crashlanded on South Downs while attempting emergency landing at Shoreham, UK Aug 26, 1943.
					No crew casualties.
				34706 (323rd BG, 453rd BS) shot down by AAA at Poix, France Jul 31, 1943.  MACR 213.  4 KIA, 1 POW, 2 evaded.
				34707 (455th BS, 322nd BG) crashed on hilltop at Glen Carron, Scotland Jun 13, 1943 while enroute
					from Iceland to Prestwick.  All five crew killed.
				34709 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, England Sep 11, 1943.
					Unknown number of crew were killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				34710 W/o 15 Apr 1943 at Baer Field, IN 
				34713 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF, "Stinkin Clinkin") hit by bomb dropped from above by another B-26 over Saint Omer airfield,
					France  and crashed Nov 23, 1943.  MACR 1498.  All 5 crew killed.
				34715 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at RAF Chivenor, Devon, England Jun 4, 1943 while on
					ferry flight. All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed. 
				34718 (Air Transport Command) in forced landing at Droghheda, Ireland Jun 4, 1943 after ran out of fuel
					while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				34719 (455th BS 323rd BG 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Earls Colne, Essex, England Oct 18, 1943.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				34722 (Air Transport Command) crashed from unknown cause Jun 4, 1943 at Devon, England while on ferry
					flight.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				34723 (30th Air Depot Group 9th AF) crash landed at East Hanningfield, England due to mechanical failure Apr 22, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				34724 (323rd BG, 454th BS, "Never Get Enough") lost, presumed shot down by two Ju 88C-6 of KG 40/13
					90 km SSW of Scilly Isles, UK Jul 29, 1943 while on ferry flight from Port Lyautey airfield,
					Morocco to St Mawgan, England.  MACR 15067.  5 KIA
				34725 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Earles Colne, Essex, England Jul 6, 1943.  All crew
					survived, aircraft damaged, unknown if repaired.
				34726 (323rd BG) damaged by AAA and abandoned over Gravesend Feb 15, 1944
				34731 (323rd BG, 455th BS) crashlanded 2 mi SE of Earls Colne, UK
					Aug 9, 1943.  Pilot killed, rest No
				34737 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Waller field, Trinidad in the Caribbean while on ferry
					flight to RAF Horham, Suffolk, England May 3, 1943.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				34738 (Air Transport Command) crashed from unknown cause at South Wales, England Jun 4, 1943 while on
					ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				34746 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				34749 Conv to AT-23B
				34750 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at MacDill Field, FL 
				34756 crashed at Avon Park, FL bomb range May 31, 1943.  6 killed.
				34760 W/o 22 Jul 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
				34762 (452st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Nevers, France after
					ran out of fuel Nov 9, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34763 (322nd BG, 449th BS) shot down by two Fw 190a-6s between Quittebeuf and Le Neubourg, France during raid on
					Saint-Andre-de-l'Eure, France Nov 3, 1943.  MACR 1499 and 1046.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				34764 (319th BG, 440th BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 3 mi NW of Lake Vico, Italy
					Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 2211.  2 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				34765 (Air Transport Command) crashed near St David's, Pembrokeshire, Wales Jun 4, 1943 while on
					ferry flight.  All 4 crew killed.  Crashed whilst on the final stage of a ferry flight to the UK from the States 
					via South America and Africa. The crew had taken off from Port Lyautey, French Morocco bound for St Eval in 
					Cornwall, South West England. In poor weather, the crew was off course and struck a crag in Pembrokeshire which 
					was obscured in cloud at high speed
				34770 585th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group, Ardmore Field, OK.   Crashed Jul 12, 1943, Port Vincent, Louisiana 
					during a Group re-assignment flight from  MacDill Field, Florida to Ardmore Field, OK with a refuel stop atHarding Field, Baton Rouge, Louisiana .  
					All 7 killed.  Aircraft was flying low over trees when it caught fire.
				34776 crashed near Lincoln, Nebraska May 26, 1944.  2 of 7 onboard killed.
				34781 (Air Transport Command) in landing accient at Bluie West One (BW-1) airfield, Narsarsuaq, Greenland
					Jun 8, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34785 (323rd BG, 455th BS) shot down by AAA over Schiphol and abandoned Dec 13, 1943
				34788 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				34789 (2902nd Combat Crew Replacement Center Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Toome, Antrim,
					Northern Ireland Nov 13, 1943.  All 5 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34790 (387th BG, 556th BS) collided midair with 41-34818 and crashed 6 mi S of Englewood, FL Apr 23, 1943. 
					Pilot killed, rest No.
				34791 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Jetmore AAAF #4, KS.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp 
					to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				34792 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Andrews Field, Essex, England Aug 31, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34795 Conv to AT-23B; redes as TB-26C; w/o 3 Mar 1945 at Villa Acoma, TX
				34796 Conv to AT-23B
				34797 Conv to AT-23B
				34798 W/o 20 Apr 1944 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				34799 W/o 21 Apr 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				34800 (443rd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-2/Trop flown by Oblt Fritz Dinger of JG 53/4 into Tyrrenian Sea 
					about 32 mi NE of Stromboli Island Jul 24, 1943.  MACR 345.  All 6 crew killed.
				34801 W/o 10 Aug 1943 at Chicago, IL 
				34804 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				34809 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Ness City, KS 
				34810 (323rd BG, 456th BS, 9th AF, "Klassis Lassie") shot down by AAA over France Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6216.
					All 5 crew killed.
				34811 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				34812 W/o 15 Aug 1944 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				34814 W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Dodge City AAF, KS 
				34815 Conv to TB-26C; w/o 17 Dec 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				34818 wrongly listed in MACR 233, which really should be for 41-18318.  34818 (387th BG, 556th BS) collidied 
					midair with 41-34790 and crashed 6 mi S of Englewood, FL Apr 23, 1943. Pilot killed, rest No.
				34821 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Nov 29, 1943.
					All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				34822 W/o 22 May 1944 at Laughlin Field, TX 
				34825 W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Jacksonville, FL 
				34826 W/o 28 Apr 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				34829 Conv to TB-26C; w/o 27 Dec 1944 at Jetmore, OK 
				34830 W/o 13 Aug 1943 at Glenville, GA 
				34831 W/o 11 May 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				34836 W/o 19 May 1943 at Lebanon, TN 
				34837 W/o 2 Jun 1943 at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL 
				34839 W/o 28 Apr 1943 at Texarkana, AR 
				34843 Conv to TB-26C; w/o 27 Sep 1944 at Kinder, LA 
				34847 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy, France
					Nov 9, 1944
41-34848/34907		Martin B-26C-10-MO Marauder
				34848 Conv to AT-23B; redes as TB-26C; w/o 11 Feb 1945 at Dodge City, KS
				34852 (Air Transport Command) crashed at Tindoug, Algeria Jun 12, 1943 due to engine failure.  All crew
					survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				34853 (323rd BG, 453rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Ijmuiden, Netherlands Mar 26, 1944.  MACR 3376.
					All six crew killed.
				34856 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Abbeville, France Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2455.
					All 7 crew killed.
				34858 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th Af) lost from unknown cause over English Channel Jun 30, 1943.  All crew survived
					and were rescued.
				34859 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Stansted Mountfitchet,
					Essex, England Jan 10, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34860 (438th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Decimomannu Airfield, Sardinia Jun 7, 1944.  All crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34865 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Beaulieu, Hampshire, England Aug 5, 1944.  All crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34866 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Brias, 5 km NE of St Pol, France Mar 5, 1944. 
					 MACR 1829.  All six crew bailed out, 4 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				34867 (319th BG, 440th BS) in midair collision with 41-31591 Nov 26, 1943 and
					crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea 104 km E of Arbataz, Sardinia.  MACR 1405.  6 KIA
				34869 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost at sea Jun 30, 1943
				34870 (319th BG, 437th BS, 12th AF) damaged by AAA and crashed near Le Kef, Tunisia Jun 11, 1943.  All 6 crew bailed out;
					5 survived but one was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				34872 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by AAA at Gerbini, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943.  7 POW.  MACR 77
					The MACR has date of July 3
				34874 (319th BG, 440th BS, 12th AF) damaged by fighters and ditched 13 mi off the coast of Italy in the Tyrrenian 
					Sea Feb 3, 1944.  MACR 7379 and 7326.  3 crew killed, 3 survived and were rescued by US Navy submarine chaser.
				34878 (320th BG, 442nd BS, "Old Black Magic") salvaged Sep 17, 1944.
				34879 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) rashed from unknown cause 2 1/2 mi W o of Chartres Airfield A-40 Chantres, France
					Sep 28, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed
				34800 (320th BG, 443rd BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/II and
					ditched into Tyrrenian Sea 50 km NW of Stromboli, Italy
					Jul 24, 1943.  MACR 345.  6 KIA
				34881 (319th BG, 440th BS, "Miss Eveready") shot down by AAA 12 mi
					from Lake Bolsena, Italy Dec 19, 1943. MACR 1606.  2 KIA, 4 POW
				34883 (37th BS) crashed on takeoff at Dijon, France Mar 11, 1945
				34884 (322nd BG, 449th BS) both engines failed and crashlanded
					4 mi S of Great Dunmow, UK Aug 14, 1943.  Pilot killed, rest No
				34887 (319th BG, 437th BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 20 mi off the coast
					of Italy in the tyrrhenian Sea Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 2209.  All seven crew killed.
				34888 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England May 27, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34889 (319th BG, 438th BS) damaged by fighters and salv