1946-1948 USAAF-USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised May 5, 2021




			- 1946- 

46-1		G & A (Firestone) XR-9B
			Redesignated XH-9B in 1948.  On display at Fort Rucker, AL
46-2/5		Boeing B-50A-1-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15722/15725
			2 used as mothership for X-9 program
			3 crashed into Bush River near Edgewood Nov 24, 1952.  4 crew killed.
			4 TB-50A. 59th WRS. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1955
			5 to WB-50A
46-6/15		Boeing B-50A-5-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15726/15735
			6 was carrier for X-1. Destroyed on Nov 9, 1951
				after landing with X-1 46-064.  X-1 fuel tank exploded
				due to problem with gaskets in fuel tank. The gasket problem was related to the X-1's liquid 
				oxygen tank rather than the fuel (water-alcohol) tank.  That being said, the forward section 
				of the fuel tank did fail as the result of a chain reaction caused by the lox tank gasket problem.
			9 w/o Jun 30, 1950 at MacDill AFB, FL
			10 was *Lucky Lady II*, which made first nonstop 
				flight around the world Feb 26-March 2, 1949. Flew 23,452 miles in 94 hours 1 minute, with four KB-29 
				air refuelings over the Azores, Arabia, the Philippines, and Hawaii.  Fuselage is
				preserved in outside storage at Planes of Fame Museum, 
				Chino, CA.
			11 used as carrier aircraft for X-2.  On May 12, 1953, X-2 46-675 exploded in belly of the
				B-50 mothership, X-2 was dropped into Lake Ontario, and mothership limped back to Niagara Falls Airport, but never
				flew again.
			13 damaged Nar 13, 1950 in landing at RAF Lakenheath, UK
			15 converted to TB-50A
46-16/25	Boeing B-50A-10-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15736/15745
			16 (63rd BS) crashed Dec 22, 1948 8 mi from Eielson AFB.
			20 w/o Mar 23, 190 22 mi NNE of Sentinel, USA
			21 crashlanded in Choctawhatchee Bay, FL Jan 5, 1950, killing 2 of the 11 crew.
			22 damaged Apr 10, 1950 at Lakenheath, UK.
46-26/35	Boeing B-50A-15-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15746/15755
			26 to WB-50A.  W/o Sep 15, 1949 in landing at RAF Marham, UK
			28 w/o 2 Feb 1955  Landing at Holloman AFB, NM
46-36/45	Boeing B-50A-20-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15756/15765
			36 used as J57 testbed
			40 (43rd BG, 64th BS) suffered loss of propeller on #3 engine 15 min after takeoff
				from Davis-Monthan AFB, and engine vibrated
				loose from its mounts and struck the forward fuselage/bomb bay, and the wing and
				forward fuselage caught fire Jul 13, 1950.  Four crewmembers in rear fuselage killed in crash,
				rest parachuted to safety.
46-46/60	Boeing B-50A-25-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15766/15780
			47 (43rd BG, 63rd BS) crashed Nov 16 1950 53 mi W of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ after midair
				collision with KB-29 44-70024.  7 of 13 crew killed.
			48 w/o 11 Mar 1953 Grd looped landing at Ernest Harmon AFB, NFD
			49 (43rd BW, 63rd BS) collided with B-50A 47-101 Jul 17, 1953 and crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB.
				4 parachuted to safety, one killed in parachute attempt, 7 were were unable to bail out and
				were killed when plane crashed.  47-101 landed safely.
			60 (43rd BW, 65th BS) based at RAF Lakenheath crashed near Isleham, UK Oct 13, 1949.  Crew of 12 killed.
46-61		Boeing YB-50C Superfortress
			Project cancelled.  May have been MSN 15781.
46-62/64	Bell XS-1
			62 assigned to NACA Muroc Flight Test Unit, later the NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later 
				the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  Named *Glamourous Glennis*, first aircraft to 
				exceed Mach 1, flown by Charles E. Yeager Oct 14, 1947.  Now on display in National Air and Space 
				Museum, Washington, DC.
			63 designated X-1-2, converted to X-1E in order to pursue the goals originally set for the X-1D and X-1-3, 
				both lost by explosions during 1951. Named ‘Little Joe’.  First flew on 15 December 1955
				Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA
				Permanently grounded after its 26th flight, during November 1958, due to the discovery of structural 
				cracks in the fuel tank wall.  Now on display outside NASA Armstronc Flight Research Center at Edwards 
				AFB, CA
			64 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA.
				Destroyed Nov 9, 1951 while underneath B-50 46-006 while being defueled after landing.  B-50 also destroyed.
46-65/66	Boeing XB-47 Stratojet
			Model 450-3-3 MSN 15972/15973
			65 first flight Dec 17, 1947. Stalled on landing  Aug 18, 1951, major structural damage.  Also reported as
				crashing at Moses Lake AFB, Washington May 11, 1949
			66 first flight Jul 21, 1948, flown by Boeing test pilots.  Taken on strength Dec 1948 by the USAF and 
				spent its entire career as a flying test bed. 
				Retired 1954 and transferred to Chanute AFB, IL for maintenance and familiarization training.  
				was displayed at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, Illinois.  When this museum closed Oct 31, 2015, 
				the plane was moved to Flight Test Center Museum at Edwards AFB, CA Sep 21, 2016.
46-67		Chase XCG-14B
			Chase Aircraft Corporation model MS-1 troop glider. Ordered 24Jan46; order cancelled. 
				Reordered later in 1946 as Project MX-877.  Redesignated XG-14B 11Jun48. WFU Dec49.
46-68/213	Convair L-13A 
			72,110,111 converted to L-13B 
			155 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972 as N68849 crop spraying plane.
			156 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			159 at Fort Rucker, AL
			160 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			161 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			163 by Aug 1996 had become N6615C
			164 being restored in 2014 at Valiant Air Command, Titusville, Florida
			165 to N6618C
			171 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
			194 to N6231C
46-214/215		Bell XR-12
			MSN 1,2. - Redesignated H-12 in 1948.
46-216		Bell XR-12B 
			MSN 3.  Redesignated H-12 in 1948.
46-217/226	Bell YR-12B
			MSN 4/13. Redesignated H-12 in 1948.
46-227/254	Bell XR-13 Sioux
			MSN 1/28.  Model 47A.  Redesignated YH-13 in 1948.
			Ten XR-13s (46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254) transferred to US Navy as HTL-1 BuNo 122452/122461.  This contract was
				cancelled and the BuNos were reassigned to P2V Neptunes, and the ten helicopters were reserialled in the 122951/122961
				range.  But 122952/12263 were HTL-2 MSN 59/70.  However, it is not certain that this transfer actually took place.  The helicopters may have retained
				their US Army serials.
			227 (MSN 1)
			228 (MSN 2) converted to YR-13A
			229 (MSN 3) converted to YR-13A.  To N4229A, which is registered as Bell 47D1 with MSN 001
			230 (MSN 4) converted to YR-13A
			231 (MSN 5) to N4156A
			232 (MSN 6) to N4231A, N555EN
			233 (MSN 7)
			234 (MSN 8)
			235 (MSN 9) to N4017A, CF-NNG, N9066J
			236 (MSN 10) to US Navy as 122452
			237 (MSN 11) to US Navy as 122453
			238 (MSN 12) to N12512, which was registered as Bell 47D1 with MSN 6238, exported to Costa Rica 1998
			239 (MSN 13)
			240 (MSN 14)
			241 (MSN 15)
			242 (MSN 16) to US Navy as 122454 
			243 (MSN 17) to US Navy as 122455
			244 (MSN 18) to US Navy as 122456.
			245 (MSN 19) to N4228A
			246 (MSN 20) to N4224A, TG-H-DEZ, N4224A, HR-FU-83, AN-BHZ
			247 (MSN 21)
			248 (MSN 22) to N4242A
			249 (MSN 23) to US Navy as 122457
			250 (MSN 24) to US Navy as 122458
			251 (MSN 25) to US Navy as 122459
			252 (MSN 26) to N633EB.
			253 (MSN 27) to US Navy as 122460. Later to US Coast Guard as 460
			254 (MSN 28) tO US Navy as 122461.  Later to US Coast Guard as 461
46-255/354	North American P-82E Twin Mustang 
			MSN 144-38141/38240.  Redesignated F-82E in 1948.
			255 scrapped at Robins AFB Apr 1951.
			256 (MSN 144-38142) to NACA Jan 1950 as 133, redesignated EF-82E.  Sold March 1954 to Walter 
				Soplata.  Noted in Jun 1971 in Walter Soplata collection.  Registered Apr 7, 1997 to 
				Wizzard Investments Ltd as G-BXEI; believed never arrived in UK as reregistered N142AM May 1998
				Both 46-255 and 46-265 have been quoted, but it appears that only 46-256 is correct.
				To Amjet/Polar Aviation Museum, Anoka County, MN May 11, 1998-2000.
				To Chris and Patrick Harker Aviation Services 2000-2002 to be restored to
				airworthy conditon.
			259 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			261 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			262 at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
			263 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			264 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Apr 24, 1951
			267 to reclamation at Robbins AFB Mar 1, 1951.
			268, 271, 275, 276, 278, 285, 286, 288, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296/300, 305, 307, 
				310, 313/315, 317/326, 329/332, 337/339, 342/345, 347, 349/352 to reclamation Robbins 
				AFB  24 Apr 1951
			348 to reclamation Ladd AFB, AK 15 Apr 1951
46-355/383	North American P-82G Twin Mustang 
			MSN 150-38241/38269
			Redesignated F-82G in 1948.
			357 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) MIA May 28, 1951 20 mi N of 38th parallel.
			364 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) destroyed on ground at Suwon, Korea 
				Jun 29, 1950 by enemy aircraft.
			373 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) crashed 5 my NW of Brady AB, Japan Feb 12, 1951.
			375 (6160th ABW, 67th FIS) crashed Dec 16, 1950.
			377 was last operational F-82 and was officially retired Nov 12, 1953
				at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
			378 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) shot down by AAA Jul 3, 1951.
			383 make first air-to-air kill of the Korean War on Jun 27, 1950 as part of the 68th FAWS.  Piloted by
				1st Lt William A. Hudson and 1st Lt Carl S. Fraser.
46-384/388	North American P-82H Twin Mustang 
			MSN 150-38270/38274
			Redesignated F-82H in 1948.
			386 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
			387 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
46-389/404	North American P-82G Twin Mustang 
			MSN 150-38275/38290
			Redesignated F-82G in 1948.
			390 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
			391 (51st FIG, 4th FS) in midair collision with F-80C 49-704 between
				Fukuoka and Ashiya AB, Japan Sep 29, 1950.
			394 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) MIA Mar 14, 1951.
			399 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) MIA Jan 27, 1951.
			400 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) crashed near K-14 Dec 7, 1950.
			402 (51st FIG, 68th FIS) MIA Jul 6, 1950.
			403 named "Miss Carriage" with 4th FS.
46-405/495	North American P-82F Twin Mustang 
			MSN 149-38291/38381
			Redesignated F-82F in 1948.
			407 to reclamation at McChord AFB Apr 4, 1951
			441 to reclamation at McChord aFB Apr 4, 1951
			451 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953
			454 crashed Knoxville, Tennessee May 9, 1950.  Pilot killed.
			468 flying out of Mitchel Field on May 4, 1949  crashed into residential neighborhood of 
				Hempstead, New York.   The plane burst into flames but pilot and radar observer survived.
46-496/504	North American P-82H Twin Mustang 
			MSN 150-38382/38390
			Redesignated F-82H in 1948.
			501 with 449th AWS at Ladd Field in 1953.
46-505		Douglas VC-118 
			MSN 42881.  Presidential aircraft *Independence*.  This aircraft was completed by June 1947. 
				Modifications for presidential use included extra fuel tanks for range of 4400 miles, three 
				closely-spaced windows on starboard side for stateroom; it could carry 25 passengers. 
				7/47: TOS USAAF. 7/4/47: Officially designated as Presidential aircraft. 
				1948: Redesignated VC-118A
				10/50: The plane’s most historic flight would probably be when President Truman flew to Wake Island 
				to discuss the Korean situation with Gen. MacArthur.
				5/53: Retired as the President’s plane and assigned to Special Air Mission flights with the Military Air 
				Transportation Service at Bolling AFB, Washington, DC. It was later assigned to Andrews AFB, MD, and in 
				1963 it was assigned to MacDill AFB, FL.
				1964: Transferred to Tactical Air Command for use as a command support aircraft. 
				1965: Retired and flown to Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH for display at the Air Force Museum.  
				7/23/66: Ferried to Wright Field for storage until the new museum facility was built. This plane and 
				the VC-121E were parked near the site of the new museum and opened for public tours until 24 July 1966, 
				with approximately 7,000 visitors viewing its interior. 
				From 1977 to 1978 the aircraft was restored to its original appearance.
				Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
46-506		Chase XCG-18A
			Chase Aircraft Corporation model MS-1 troop glider. Ordered 24Jan46; order cancelled. 
				Reordered later in 1946 as Project MX-877. Redesignated XG-14B 11Jun48.
46-507/519		Cancelled contract for Convair YP-81
46-520/521		Boeing XL-15 Scout
			Boeing-Stearman Model 451  light liaison aircraft for US Army. Proof of concept prototypes.
			520 (MSN 20001) to US Army for testing and then transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska
			521 (MSN 20002) Delivered to US Army for testing. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska. 
			          Registered Mar 5, 1986 as N4750C, cancelled Dec 13, 2012.  Registered N4750C Oct 1, 2014
			    Reregistered 6Dec16 as N451XL; current [Aug20].
			Stored 2004 diamantled at the Harker Collection, aaaanoka County Airport, Blaine, MN
46-522		Curtiss XP-87
			Model 29A.  Redesignated XF-87 in 1948. Second prototype, origially ordered as 45-59601.  Converted to XF-87A but order was cancelled 
				and was scrapped.
46-523/524		McDonnell XP-85 Goblin
			Redesignated XF-85 in 1948.
			523 completed Oct 1947. Shipped to the Ames Aeronautical Research Laboratory, NAS Moffett, CA Nov 9, 1947 for wind tunnel tests.
				Preparations for the wind tunnel test were completed by Jan 8, 1948. When being lifted onto the support pylons, the sky 
				hook latch disengaged due to faulty assembly and the forward section of the Goblin was severely damaged.  Returned to 
				McDonnell at St Louis for repairs.  First and only flight Apr 8, 1949.  Severe turbulence and loss of directional 
				stability, prevented a hook-up to the B-29 and forced the pilot to make an emergency landing on the lakebed.
				Donated Aug 23, 1950 to National Museum of the US Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio.
			524 shipped to the Ames Aeronautical Research Laboratory, NAS Moffett, CA as a replacement for 46-523 for the wind tunnel tests.
				Returned to McDonnell at St Louis spring 1948 to prepare for flight tests. Shipped to Muroc AFB 5Jun48.  First flight 
				Aug 23, 1948.  Initially, the XF-85 made captive flights suspended beneath the EB-29B above Muroc Dry Lake. The first 
				free flight came on August 28. The test pilot detached his XF-85 from the EB-29B and flew free for 15 minutes while he 
				evaluated the handling properties of the new fighter. Severe turbulence and loss of directional stability prevented a 
				hook-up to the B-29. The XF-85 was slammed up against the trapeze and the canopy was shattered, forcing the pilot 
				to make an emergency landing on the lakebed.  Following repairs, 46-524 made three flights on October 14 and 15 of 1948.   
				It was originally transferred to the Norton Air Force Base (near San Bernardino, California).  When the base museum was 
				closed and its collection dispersed, the second XF-85 prototype languished in an unrestored condition as part of the 
				Tallmantz private collection in California, until being acquired by Offutt AFB.  
				Transferred to the Strategic Air Command Museum or SAC Museum, Omaha AFB, NE
				The museum moved location to Ashland, NE May 1998.
				The museum's name changed to the Strategic Air & Space Museum June 2001.  To be renamed Strategic Air Command and 
				Aerospace Museum Jun 2016.
46-525		McDonnell XP-88 Voodoo 
			Redesignated XF-88 in 1948.  First flight Oct 20, 1948 at Muroc Dry Lake.  Assigned to NACA Langley 
				Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 13, 1953 to Sep 16, 1958.  Modified as XF-88B with propeller turbine
				in nose and used by NACA for testing high-speed propellers.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
46-526		McDonnell XP-88A Voodoo 
			Built as XF-88 and returned to Douglas and modified as XF-88A in 1948. Assigned to NACA Langley Research 
				Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 25, 1955 to Jul 7, 1958.  Used for spares recovery for the XF-88B.
				Salvage Langley AFB, VA.
46-527/529		Cancelled contract for G & A XR-14.
46-530/532		Bell XR-15
			MSN 1/3.  Redesignated XH-15 in 1948
46-533/567		Republic P-84B-21-RE Thunderjet
			Redesignated F-84B in 1948
			534 w/o 23 Aug 1948 near Quogue, NY
			543 in gear up belly landing at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico. Date unknown. 
			545 w/o 15 Jun 1953 near Luke AFB, AZ.   Pilot killed
			546 w/o 10 Sep 1948 in landing accident at Dow AFB, ME
			547 to reclamation Alexandria 137 FB Wg 5 Apr 1951
			548 w/o 31 Mar 1949 near Dow AFB, ME  (engine failure).  Pilot killed
			554 w/o 5 Feb 1953 near NAF Litchfield Pk, AZ
			555 crashed May 16, 1953. 25 mi SW of Dateland, Arizona.  Pilot killed.
			556 w/o 10 Jul 1953 near Luke AFB, AZ
			561 w/o 2 Oct 1948 near Eglin AFB, FL (engine failure)
			562 w/o 30 Jun 1951 crash landed near Langley AFB, VA
			565 w/o 26 Jun 1951 near Luke, AZ
			566 w/o 24 May 1951 near Valpariso, FL
			567 w/o 22 Jan 1953 in mid-air with 47-1479 near Sentinel, AZ
46-568/602		Republic P-84B-26-RE Thunderjet
			Redesignated F-84B in 1948
			568 w/o 18 May 1950 Tulsa A/p, OK
			569 w/o 10 Feb 1949 when crash landed at Shaw AFB, SC
			571 w/o 26 Feb 1953 near Winterburg, AZ (engine failure)
			572 w/o 26 Aug 1949 Nassau, NY
			577 w/o 22 Mar 1949 Maine
			578 w/o 4 Sep 1953 near Ajo AAF, AZ (engine failure)
			580 w/o 13 Sep 1948 in takeoff accident at Dow AFB, ME
			582 w/o 21 Sep 1949 near Dow AFB, ME
			587 w/o 27 Feb 1948 Greenville AFB, SC
			591 w/o 21 Jul 1948 near Shaw AFB, SC (engine failure)
			598 w/o 3 Dec 1950 in takeoff accident at Hensley Field, TX
			600 on display at New York ANG, Syracuse/Hancock IAP, NY (1994 to 2002).
			602 w/o 22 Jan 1952 near Luke AFB, AZ
46-603/637		Republic P-84B-31-RE Thunderjet
			Redesignated F-84B in 1948
			604 w/o 22 Jan 1952 near Lake Pleasant, AZ.  Pilot killed
			608 w/o 16 May 1953 near Wittman, AZ.  Pilot killed.
			615 w/o 11 May 1953 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure)
			619 w/o 12 Oct 1951 near Eglin Auxiliary Field, FL
			630 w/o 2 Oct 1948 Augusta, GA
			632 w/o 2 Oct 1948 near Eastman, GA
			634 w/o 12 May 1949 near Southern Pines, NC.  Pilot killed
			637 (3604th FTS) destroyed Dec 21, 1952 5 mi SSE of Sentinel, Arizona.
46-638/673		Republic P-84B-36-RE Thunderjet
			Redesignated F-84B in 1948
			638 w/o 23 Jun 1951 Langley AFB, VA
			641 w/o 17 Sep 1948 San Bernardino A/p, CA
			642 w/o 15 Feb 1952 when crash landed at Luke AFB, AZ
			649 w/o 16 Aug 1948 near Eglin AFB, FL
			651 w/o 2 Sep 1952 near Gila Bend, AZ
			652 w/o 10 Sep 1948 near Sumter SC (engine failure)
			656 w/o 20 Jun 1951 in crash 30 miles SE of Gila Bend, AZ
			659 w/o 31 Jul 1953 in takeoff accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			661 w/o 11 May 1948 in crash 12 miles NE of Valpariso, FL
			665 w/o 24 Sep 1948 Rochester, NH,  Pilot killed
			666 on display at Mid Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.
			667 w/o 23 Jan 1953 Luke AFB, AZ
			670 w/o 30 Jul 1953 near Luke AFB, AZ
			671 w/o 12 Nov 1948 Mitchel AFB, NY
46-674/675	 	Bell XS-2
			Redesignated X-2 in 1948.  An X-plane research aircraft built to investigate flight characteristics in 
				the Mach 2–3 range. The X-2 was a rocket-powered, swept-wing research aircraft developed jointly 
				in 19945 by Bell Aircraft Corporation, the U.S. Air Force and the National Advisory Committee for 
				Aeronautics (NACA) to explore aerodynamic problems of supersonic flight and to expand the speed 
				and altitude regimes obtained with the earlier X-1 series of research aircraft.
			674 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA
				Following a drop launch from a modified B-50 bomber, the first unpowered glide flight of an X-2 at 
				Edwards Air Force Base took place on June 27,  1952.  First powered flight 18 November 1955.
				Made seven glide flights, 10 powered flights.
				Lost Sep 27, 1956 after completing first ever Mach 3 flight when Capt. Milburn Apt
				lost control of the plane and crashed 20 mi E of Edwards AFB, CA.  Capt Apt was killed.
			675 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB.  Exploded in belly of B-50 
				mothership 46-011 May 12, 1953 and was dropped into Lake Ontario.  Bell test
				pilot Jean "Skip" Ziegler and Bell flight engineer Frank Wslko killed.  The B-50 landed safely and was
				then scrapped
46-676/677		Northrop XS-4
			Redesignated X-4 in 1948.  Single-place, swept-wing, semi-tailless aircraft designed for the NACA.
			676 First flight 15Dec48 at Muroc AFB, CA
				Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA
				Last flew Jan 26, 1950.  Found to be mechanically unsound and after ten flights it was grounded and 
				used to provide parts for 46-677.  Restored as of August 2012, and is held in storage pending 
				placement in the Edwards Museum.  Restored as of August 2012, and held in storage pending placement 
				in the Edwards Museum.  Has been on display in the AFFTC Museum, Edwards AFB, CA since August 2013.
			677 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA, 1950.
				Made its 81st and final NACA flight on September 29, 1953.
				Was on display at Maxwell AFB, AL from 1955 to 1972.  Now on display at National Museum of the US Air
				Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
46-678		Northrop XP-89 Scorpion
			First flew Aug 16, 1948.  Redesignated XF-89 in 1948.  Crashed on Rosecrans Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA Feb 22, 1950 
				after making high speed low pass for Air Force officials at Hawthorne Airport (Northrop Field) .  Pilot 
				parachuted safely, but flight engineer was killed.  Plane crashed 5 miles from factory, setting a 
				below-ground storage tank afire.  Cause of accident was high-frequency, low amplitude aeroealastic 
				flutter of both vertical and horizontal stabilizers.
46-679		Northrop YP-89 Scorpion 
			redesignated YF-89 in 1948. 	First flight Sep 25, 1950.
46-680/681		Republic XP-91 Thunderceptor 
			redesignated XF-91 in 1948
			680 Ordered as XP-91, redesignated XF-91 June 1948 while under construction. Used conventional jet engine 
				with a rocket motor below it.
				2/24/49: Factory roll out.
				1949: TOS USAF. Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA for testing.
				5/9/49: First flight.
				12/51: First American fighter to exceed Mach 1 in level flight by use of jet engine plus rocket.
				UNK: Fitted with a small nose radome above the intake for gunnery training.
				5/55: USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				10/17/70: Towed to Wright Field to await opening of new museum facility.
				8/4/71: Placed on display outdoors at Air Force Museum Wright Field facility.
				By 1987: Displayed in Museum Annex.
				2016: Moved to new 4th building for display.
			681 engine failed on takeoff summer 1951 at Edwards AFB, requiring an immediate landing.
				Pilot exited the burning airframe just as the tail melted off.  By the
				time the firetrucks got there, the plane was entirely reduced to ashes.
46-682/684	Convair XP-92A
			MSN 7-002.  Redesignated XF-92A in 1948.  683 and 684 not built.
			682 Ordered as XP-92, but delivered as XF-92A.
				4/48: To Muroc Dry Lake, CA.
				9/18/48: First flight. World's first delta-winged jet aircraft to fly.
				5/14/49: TOS USAF. Chuck Yeager was the first USAF pilot to fly the XF-92.
				2/53: TOS NACA as 46-682.
				5/53: Painted in unusual camouflage and marked as MiG-23 for movie Jet Pilot, but scenes were cut from the film.
				10/14/53: Last flight. Nose gear collapsed on landing.
				Ca.1954: United States Air Force Recruiting Service. Used as traveling display.
				1965: University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Placed on static display at Franklin County Airport with 
					steel ladder up to cockpit.
				Unknown date: Vandals broke in aircraft and stole instruments and did other damage until the aircraft 
					was rescued by the NMUSAF.
				1969: USAF Museum. Transported to Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH for storage.
				By 1996: Restoration started.
				By 2002: Restoration completed; placed on display.
46-685/686	Martin XA-45 
			Redesignated XB-51 in 1948.
			685 used in filming of *Toward the Unknown* as "Gilbert XF-120".  Crashed on takeoff from El Paso, TX Mar 25, 1956.  
				Both crewmembers killed.
			686 crashed May 9, 1952 during low-level aerobatics over Edwards AFB, killing the pilot.
46-687/688	Lockheed XP-90 
			Redesignated XF-90 in 1948.  Model 090-32-01
			Both used as chase planes at Edwards AFB.
			687 first flight Jun 3, 1949 at Edwards AFB.  Tested to destruction at NACA lab in Cleveland, OH.
			688 (MSN 090-1002) Ordered as XP-90, but in June 1948 the designation was changed to XF-90.
				Ca. 1950: TOS USAF.
				3/50: First flight, taking place at Edwards AFB, CA.
				1950: Redesignated XF-90A with installation of two new engines; first USAF jet to have afterburners.
				5/17/50: First Lockheed aircraft to exceed the speed of sound. Continued in use as chase plane at Edwards AFB, CA.
				11/52: Destroyed in nuclear tests at Frenchman's flat test range in Nevada. Was subjected to three nuclear bombs.
				2003: Hulk recovered by USAF Museum. Stored in restoration hangar at Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				By 2010: Restoration started. The museum plans to display the XF-90 in its damaged, mostly unrestored condition, 
				to demonstrate the effects of nuclear weaponry. 
46-689/690	McDonnell XR-20 Little Henry 
			Model 38.  Redesignated XH-20 in 1947 before first flight.  
			689:  1947: Constructed as XR-20 but redesignated as XH-20 prior to first flight. 
				Constructed to test the concept of using small ramjets at the tips of the rotor blades.
				5/47: TOS USAAF. Assigned to Rotor Wing Branch, Propeller Laboratory and Rotary Wing Unit, 
					Aircraft Projects Section, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				5/5/47: First free flight. Fuel was delivered to it through a flexible line from tanks on the ground.
				9/18/47: TOS USAF.
				5/20/48: Made its first free flight several feet off the ground while carrying self-contained fuel tanks.
				1951: Program terminated.
				6/53: United States Air Force Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				7/71: Transported to new Air Force Museum facility at Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

			- 1947 - 

47-001/022	North American B-45A-1-NA Tornado
			MSN 147-43401/43422
			001 caught fire and crashed near Alpaugh, California Sep 20, 1948
			002 w/o in California Oct 13, 1949
			003 w/o in Arizona Mar 26, 1954.
			005 modified to EDB-45A. Flamed out and crashed on approach to Holloman AFB, New Mexico Apr 17, 1952.
			006 (1 TTS) crashed due to structural failure 40 mi E of Biggs AFB, TX Jan 15, 1951.
			008 on display at Castle AFB Museum, California.  A B-45C canopy was fitted
				to this plane during service or when the plane was brought
				from Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California for restoration.
			009 was with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1952
			011 w/o in California Aug 27, 1948.
			012 modified to EB-45A.  With 3077th EG in 1950.  Damaged May 17, 1950 at Edwards AFB, California due to structural failure
			013 w/o Jun 28, 1952 at Norton AFB, CA
			014 (EB-45A, 29 AMS/29 AMG) crashlanded at Norton AFB, CA Aug 10, 1951.  Also reported in 1952 with 84th BS, 47th BG.
				W/o in New Mexico Feb 5, 1952.
			016 w/o Jul 20, 1956 in crash 6 mi E of Yuma, Arizona
			017 with 29th AMS, 29th AMG in 1954.  W/o in Texas May 17, 1954.
			020 modified to TB-45A
			021 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 1, 1948 to Aug 14, 1952
				Registered as NACA 121.  Crashed 14Aug52, Burrowsville, VA
47-023/096	North American B-45A-5-NA Tornado
			MSN 147-43423/43496
			023 was with 47th BW
			024 in 1955 was with 3200th PTG.  Crashed near Cleveland, Texas Sep 15, 1955.
			026 with 3200th PTG damaged in landing accident Oct 30, 1950 at Eglin AFB, Florida
			027 with 363rd TRG, with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958 and to 
				RAF Bruntingthorpe for fire practice use
			028 damaged Feb 14, 1950 at MacDill AFB, Florida then w/o with 84th BBs, 363rd TRG Oct 6, 1950 near Driver, Virginia.
			029 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 8, 1958 and to 
				Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			030 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 16, 1958 and used 
				for fire practice there
			031 (HQ 3077 EG) crashlanded at Edwards AFB, CA Jun 25, 1951.
			032 with 845h BS, 363rd TRG, crashed at Langley Field, VA May 28, 1950.
			033 w/o Jun 9, 1949 Shreveport Airport, LA
			034 (363rd RG, 85th BS) elevator boost failed during normal cruise flight and
				aircraft stalled Jul 7, 1950.  Aircraft spun into ground 12 mi N of
				New Albany, IN.  Copilot killed.  Pilot and navigator bailed out successfully.
			035 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1950.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 23, 1958 and to RAF 
				Brize Norton for fire practice use
			036 modifed to EB-45A, Air Force Flight Test Center
			037 with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1949.  Crashed due to engine fire near Shreveport, Louisiana
			038 with 2750th AMG damaged Oct 9, 1956 in landing accident at Vincent AB, Arizona.
			039 crashed with 85th BS, 363rd TRG near Lakeview, California Aug 10, 1953
			040 w/o with 85th BS, 363rd TRG in landing accident at Langley, Virginia Feb 3, 1950.
			041 (322 SRS/91st SRG) crashed at Barksdale AFB, LA Mar 21, 1951.
			042 (222 SRS/91st SRG) damaged in ground accident at Barksdale AFB, LA
				Jun 20, 1951.  With 86th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  SOC for scrap at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958
			043 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 10, 1958 and to 
				RAF Chelveston for fire practice use
			044 w/o with 85th BS, 47th BG Aug 31, 1949 Dixie, Louisiana
			045 with 86th BS, 47th BW  in 1952.  SOC for scrap at RAF Sculthorpe Jan 14, 1957
			046 (86th BS, 47th BW) stolen Jun 13, 1958 by an airman 2nd class who was not a pilot and took
				off from Alconbury, UK and crashed 3 minutes later, killing the airman.
			047 in 1952 was with 86th BS, 47th BW.  Later with 324th SRS, 91st SRW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
				Sculthorpe Jun 11, 1958 and to Torrejon AB, Spain for fire practice use.
			048 with 86th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to Moron AB, 
				Spain for fire practice use
			049 converted to JB-45A test aircraft for Westinghouse turbojets.  Crashed
				with 85 BS/363 TRG N of Hampton, VA Jan 9, 1951.
			050 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Struck off charge at North American Aviation, Inglewood, CA Apr 5, 1957
			051 with 86th BS, 47th BW in 1952, later with 84th BS, 363rd TRG.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
				Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to Moron AB, Spain for fire practice use
			052 with 85th BS, 363rd TRG damaged Mar 27, 1950 near Langley, Virginia. W/o 20 Oct 1952 in takeoff accident at Lockbourne AFB, OH 
			053 85th BS [363rd TRG]; 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 85th BS [47th BW] withdrawn from operational use at 
				RAF Sculthorpe Jun 11, 1958 and to Chaumont AB, France for fire practice use
			054 in 1952 was with 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 25, 1958 and to 
				Chaumont AB, France for fire practice use
			055 with 86th GBS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 8, 1958 and 
				to Dreux AB, France for fire practice use
			056 85th BS [363rd TRG]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW] (86th BS) Struck off charge for scrap at RAF Alconbury Jun 7, 1958; 
				still there (derelict but substantially complete) 1964.  Scrapped c1964.
			057 86th BS, 47th BW withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to 
				Sidi Slimane AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			058 in 1952 was with 84th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by October 1958 
				and to RAF Greenham Common for fire practice use
			059 in 1952 with 47th BW.  Crashed near Brandon, UK Jan 30, 1956
			060 crashed Dec 14, 1952 14 miles SW of Lockbourne AFB, OH
			061 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW].   Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 4, 1958 and to RAF 
				Woodbridge for fire practice use
			062 322ndSRS [91st SRW]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 4, 1958 and to RAF 
				Bentwaters for fire practice use
			063 nose section in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			064 in 1951 was with 85th BS, 47th BG.  Crashed near Bukroe Beach, VA Dec 12, 1951.
			065 with 85th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958 and to 
				RAF Lakenheath for fire practice use
			066 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 1, 1958 and to 
				Torrejon AB, Spain for fire practice use
			067 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 15, 1958 and to 
				Hahn AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			068 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 19, 1958 and to 
				Giebelstadt AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			069 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 8, 1958 and to 
				Zaragosa AB, Spain for fire practice use
			070 (85th BS, 47th BW) crashed Nov 1953 when wing pulled off in Germany.  Pilot and two navigators
				killed, copilot and tail gunner escaped.  
			071 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed near Field Dalling, UK Jun 3, 1957
			072 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed at RAF Sculthorpe, UK Mar 14, 1956
			073 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 and to 
				Boulhaut AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			074 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 19, 1958 and to 
				Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			075 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  WFU May 15, 1958 at RAF Sculthorpe, UK.  To Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice.
				Also listed as w/o 21 Mar 1952 in crash 9 miles N of Paducah, TX
			076 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by July 1958 and 
				to Aviano AB, Italy for fire practice use.  B-45A noted derelict Italy DEC58 
			077 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952. Air-Britain magazine states withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
				Sculthorpe May 15, 1958 and to Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			078 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 11, 1958 and to 
				Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			079 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by 
				September 1958 and to RAF Mildenhall for fire practice use
			080 with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 
				and to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			081 with 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 
				and to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			082 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 and to 
				Boulhaut AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			083 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed near RAF Sculthorpe, UK Sep 20, 1957
			084 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 26, 1958 and to 
				Ramstein AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			085 crashed Mar 28, 1952 near Hampton, VA.
			086 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  SOC for scrap Apr 4, 1958
			087 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 8, 1958 and to 
				Zaragosa AB, Spain for fire practice use
			088 (84th BS, 47th BG) crashed 3 mi E of Franklin, VA May 26, 1952.  3 crew killed.
			089 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 13, 1958 and to 
				Etain AB, France for fire practice use
			090 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury by August 1958 
				and to Sidi Slimane AB, Morocco for fire practice use
			091 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 11, 1958 and to 
				Laon AB, France for fire practice use
			092 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 9, 1958 and to 
				Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			093 422nd BS; 1952: 85th BS [47th BW].  SOC for scrap Aug 21, 1958
			094 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 85th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 24, 1958 and to 
				Toul AB, France for fire practice use
			095 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 8, 1958 and to 
				Evreux AB, France for fire practice use.
			096 modified to JB-45A and used as testbed with engine slung under the fuselage.
47-097		Static test airframe for B-45A Tornado
			MSN 147-43497
47-098/112	Boeing B-50A-30-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15782/15796
			104 damaged Feb 6, 1950 in landing accident at Gray AFB, Texas.
			105 lost Sept 23, 1950, Goose Bay, Labrador
			110 (2nd BG) w/o Dec 22, 1949 near Savannah, Georgia when crashed into swamp land 5 min after
				takeoff from Chatham AFB. All 11 on board killed.
47-113/117	Boeing B-50A-35-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15797/15801
			116 Aug 20, 1953 Eight minutes after takeoff from Davis-Monthan AFB near Tucson, Arizona and at 15,000 feet 
				experienced a sudden and intense fire on the right wing. Commander ordered all aboard to 
				bailout. The aircraft crashed into Picacho Peak, southeast of the community of Picacho, Arizona. 
				Of the 12 man crew, 2 were killed. One officer failed to escape and his body was found 
				in the wreckage. One crew member suffered a fatal neck injury due to parachute shredding.  
47-118/127	Boeing B-50B-40-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15802/15811
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			118 retained by the factory for test work under
				designation EB-50B.  Tested tandem mainwheel undercarriage, and later used to test "caterpillar track"
				landing gear.  Converted back to conventional landing gear system and used for other test projects.
			119 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.
			120 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
				Squadron, 6091st Recon Squadron.  To storage at MASDC Sep 1961, declared surplus Oct 1961.
			121 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			122 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modifed
				to RB-50F.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1966.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
			123 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modified
				to RB-50F.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			124 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  
			125 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modified to RB-50F, to MASDC Jul 29, 1964  
			126 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
				Squadron, 6091st Recon Squadron.  To MASDC Jul 1961, declared surplus Sep 1961.
			127 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.   with 55th WRS, noted stored/dumped at Hickham Sep 1976.
47-128/137	Boeing B-50B-45-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15812/15821
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			128/132, 135 modified as RB-50E for special
				photographic missions.
			134, 137 modified as RB-50F with navigational 
				radar.
			129 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
				Squadron, 6091st Recon Suqcdron, to storage at MASDC Jun 1961.  Declared surplus
				Sep 1961.
			133 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D-type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D
				(RB-50G, 6091st Recon Squadron) disappeared over Sea of Japan Sep 10, 1956 out of Yokota AB, Japan.
				Probably went down in Typhoon Emma.
			134 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			136 modified as RB-50G ELINT Jul 1950, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Jun 1961.
			137 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966.  Declared excess
				Oct 30, 1967
47-138/147	Boeing B-50B-50-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15822/15831
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			138 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			139 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC May 25, 1966.
				Declared excess Jul 29, 1968.
			140 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1964.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			141 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			142 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
			143 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
			144 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			145 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
				Shot down Jul 27, 1953 south of Askold Island near Vladivostok, USSR by MiG-17s over the sea.
				18 on board, several prisoners, 1 survivor.
			146 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 5, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			147 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
47-148/157	Boeing B-50B-55-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15832/15841
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			148/154, 156,157 modified as RB-50G ELINT with 
				additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
			152 w/o 26 Feb 1952 Offutt AFB, NE
			154 w/o 6 Oct 1954  cr 3 miles SE of Willows, CA  17 cew-4 survived
			157 modified to RB-50G Oct 1950.  To MASDC Aug 1961.  
				Dropped from inventory as surplus Oct 1961.
47-158/162	Boeing B-50B-60-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15842/15846
			All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
			158 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  w/o 23 Oct 1952  Ground fire at Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Isles
			159 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC May 11, 1966.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
			160 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
			161 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
			162 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jul 29, 1965.
				Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
47-163/170	Boeing B-50D-65-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15847/15854
			163 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50.  To
				MASDC as KB-50J Feb 17, 1965.
			164 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50
			167 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50
			170 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50.  Later converted to 
				KB-50D, prototype for later KB-50J and KB-50K programs.  To AMARC
				as KB-50J Jun 26, 1964.
47-171/224	Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1932/1985.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			171 constructed almost entirely from magnesium, designated NF-80C-LO.  Put on display at Rickenbacker ANGB, Sioux City, Ohio
			173  w/o 15 May 1950 in landing accident at Weir-Cook A/p, IN
			175 w/o 25 Jun 1953 near Aberdeen, MD (engine failure)
			177 (MSN 080-1938) Warner-Robins Air Material Area, Robins AFB, GA.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1957.  Departed Apr 13, 1959
				To Sacramento Air Material Area (SAMA), McClellan AFB,  Converted to a QF-80F, Returned. to service with Proving Ground Command
				Center (PGCC), at Eglin AFB, FL.,  Destroyed on 16 Feb 1961
			178 (MSN 080-1939) w/o 9 Sep 1953 near Indian Springs AAF, NV
			179 (MSN 080-1940) damaged 1 Mar 1951 in crash landing at George AFB, CA
			181 w/o 8 Jun 1953 Nevada
			182 w/o 9 Aug 1952 near Gila Bend, AZ (engine failure)
			183 w/o 15 Feb 1952 in mid-air with 48-910 near Indian Springs AAF, NV
			184 to Ecuador AF as TF-184.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1965
			185 w/o 23 Oct 1952 Nevada
			186 w/o 9 Oct 1949 Lincoln, NE   (mid-air?
			188 (MSN 080-1949) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Nanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.
				Departed Apr 28 1959. To Sacramento Air Material Area (SAMA), McClellan AFB,  Converted to a QF-80F, 
				Returned. to service with Proving Ground Command Center (PGCC), at Eglin AFB, FL.,  Destroyed on May 18, 1960 
			191 w/o 31 Mar 1951 George AFB, CA
			192 (MSN 080-1953) damaged 30 Aug 1951 in takeoff accident at Lowry AFB, CO
			193 (MSN 080-1954) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Nanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 11, 1957.
				Departed Sep 3, 1959.  to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jul 13, 1960.
			194 w/o 13 Jun 1949 near Las Vegas, NV.   Pilot killed.
			195 3597 AMS/3595 AMG; crashed 7 miles W of Nellis AFB, NV on 02JUL 1951
			196 159 FBS/116 FBG; stalled and crashed 28 miles NE of Daggert, CA on 08JAN 1951
			197 (MSN 080-1958) w/o 7 Dec 1951  Landing accident at Nellis AFB, NV
			198 w/o 14 Dec 1953 near Indian Springs AAF, NV
			200 w/o 24 Sep 1953 near Las Vegas, NV (engine fire)
			203 assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, Jet Propelled (159 FSJ), Florida ANG
			204 w/o 5 Sep 1952 near Griffiths AFB, NY (structural tail failure)
			205 (MSN 080-1966) to Uruguayan AF as 213 and now preserved in Museo Aeronautica at Montevideo.
			206 w/o 24 Oct 1953 near Nellis AFB, NV
			207 w/o 11 Oct 1952 in mid-air with 47-544 near St Cloud, FL
			208 w/o 29 Mar 1952 near Caines Corners, NM
			209 (MSN 080-1970) Damaged 4 May 1951 Landing accident at Dow AFB, ME  Damaged 17 Aug 1951 Landing accident at Kirtland AFB, NM
			210 w/o 11 Feb 1952 in mid-air with 49-443 near Nellis AFB, NV.  Pilot killed
			212 w/o 9 Mar 1953 near Las Vegas, NV.    Pilot killed
			213 (MSN 080-1974) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Nanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 14, 1957.
				Departed Aug 4, 1959.  to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service wtih Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jun 10, 1960.
			214 assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, Jet Propelled (159 FSJ), Florida ANG
			215 (MSN 080-1976) at Kansas ANG Historical Air Park, Wichita, KS.  In Jun 1992 was on display at Bergstrom
				AFB, Texas.  Noted Feb 29, 2004 at Relections of Freedom Historical Airpark, McConnell AFB, KS, painted as 58612.
			217 (MSN 080-1978) to Colombian AF as FAC 2081 in 1966  
			218/224 transferred to US Navy as TO-1 BuNo 33821/33827
			221 (33824) on display at Willow Grove NAS, PA
47-225/266	Cancelled contract
47-267/420	Convair L-13A 
			275 to N275LG.  At Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, AR Jan 2008.
			276 restored, but crashed at Hayward, CA Aug 9, 1990.
			287 (MSN 167) noted at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA May 22, 2003.  Reported Sep 2006
				in storage at Castle Air Museum.
			300 converted to Centaur 109 N9600Z
			309 converted to Longren Centaur 101 N4062H. 
			323 to N68845.  In 2013 was at USAF Museum undergoing restoration.
			340 to civil registry as N1762M
			341 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972
			346 to civil registry as G-BGHE fron Aug 4, 1980 to Jul 8, 2003.
			348 to N2531B
			353 to Dominican Republic as HI-31
			355 to N2536B
			356 to Dominican Republic as HI-28 and w/o Aug 1955
			357 to Honduras AF as FAH106 Jan 1958
			360 to N2538B
			364 assigned to California Army National Guard in 1952.
			365 to N20X
			366 to N26027
			371 to N2540B
			377 to N2543B
			378 became Longren Centaur N2544B
			380 to N99971
			384 to N2532B
			389 with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan as N65893
			391 to reclamation Eniwetok 9 Apr 1951
			394 (MSN 274) noted at Planes of Fame, Valle, AZ Jan 13, 2002.
			395 converted to L-13B.  to N4910V
			397 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972 as N4906V.
			399 to N4659V
			405 was N101BH.  W/io at San Francisco, CA Jan 1, 1976, registration cancelled
				Jun 7, 1976.  Registration restored Jan 19, 1977, revoked May 21, 1982, and
				finally cancelled by FAA Jun 25, 2009.
			406 still flying as N4236K.   On display in July 2015 at the Museu Asas de Um Sonho 
				(Wings of a Dream Museum), São Carlos, Brazil. 
			411 at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
			412 (MSN 292) Registered as N4898V with Forrest McPherson, Sylmar, California and then as 
				N7412 on November 16, 2000 with Heritage Flight Museum, Bellingham, Washington. 
			420 converted to L-13B
47-421/422	Cancelled contract
47-423/432	Boeing YL-15 Scout
			Boeing-Stearman Model 451 light liason aircraft for US Army
			423 (MSN 20003) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska.
				registered N2758A, cancelled Sep 17, 1970.
			424 (MSN 20004) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska.	
			425 (MSN 20005) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska.
		       	Registered as N783. Reregistered as N2753A. Registered 1963 as N244PA to Department of Interior Forest Service.
				Noted Jul 2004 stored dismantled at Harker Collection, Blaine/Anoka AP, MN.
				Reregistered 6Dec16 as N425YL; current [Aug20
			426  (MSN 20006) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska
			427 (MSN 20007) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska
				Registered N4777C, cancelled.  Damaged when the landing gear collapsed during a 
				forced landing after takeoff from Anchorage, AK 22Jul64; the airplane had been parked for a 
				week in rain and moisture had entered the magneto. Registered N4435P; cancelled 11Jun13. Reregistered 1Oct14 as N4435P. 
			 	current.  Stored dismantled at Harker Collection, Anoka County Airport, Blaine, MN.
				Restoration project. Reregistered 6Dec16 as N427YL; current [Aug20]
			428  (MSN 20008) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska
			429 (MSN 20009) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska. 
				Registered as N4210A. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed during a forced landing after 
				engine failure at Westminster, MD 1Jun67. Registration cancelled Dec85. US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL 1982
			430 (MSN 20010)  Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska
			431 (MSN 20011) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska
				Registered as N788; cancelled.  Registration N1068T reserved 25Oct01; not taken up, cancelled 6Jun11.
			 	Stored dismantled with Patrick Harker / C&P Aviation, Anoka County Airport, Blaine, MN 2004
				432 (MSN 20012) Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska. 
				Registered as N789. Auctioned at Pierre, SD 1954. Bought by father of current owner. 
				Reregistered 1954 as N4770C. Last flight 15Oct66; parked in front yard of home, situated on the east shore of Alaska’s Lake Spenard. 
				Registration cancelled 6Sep12. Restoration at Wasilla, AK started 2003, completed 2016. 
				Registered 4Jun15 as N4770C; current [Aug20]. Grand Champion for post-World War II warbirds,
				2017 AirVenture, Oshkosh, WI
47-433/479	Boeing L-15 Scout
			Boeing-Stearman Model 451.  MAN 20013/20059.  Contract cancelled.
47-480/490	Sikorsky R-5F Dragonfly
			Vought-Sikorsky Model VS-237 Hoverfly I developed for US Army as Sikorsky Model S-51.  Redesignated H-5F in 1948
			482 (3rd ARS) hit power lines at 8055th MASH in Korea and crashed Aug 20, 1951.
			484 (MSN 5136) to N700J, N92868. On display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, marked as 125136 
			485 (w/o Feb 17, 1950 with 3585 MS of Connally AFB, TX
			486 (3rd ARS) crashlanded and destroyed during evacuation of Pyongyang,
				N. Korea Nov 30, 1950.
			490 (MSN 51.51) to civil registry as N9479Z.
47-491/524	Bell R-12A
			Contract cancelled
47-525		Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1986.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.
			This plane was transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33828.
47-526/600	Lockheed P-80C-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1987/2061.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			527 w/o 15 Mar 1949 near Elmendorf AFB, AK
			529 64 FIS/57 FIG; out of fuel, w/o in forced landing 8 miles SW of Elmendorf AFB, AK on 14JUN 1950
			531 (MSN 080-1992) to MASDC date?  Departed Nov 1, 1960.  to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  
				Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service wtih Missile Development Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Aug 16, 1963.
			533 (MSN 080-1994) to Peruvian AF Mar 18, 1958 as FAP 665
			534 w/o 29 Jan 1952 near Cameron, TX
			535 (MSN 080-0535) to Peruvian AF May 26, 1858 as FAP 671
			536 w/o 8 Mar 1949 near Pittman, AK.  Pilot killed.
			538 (85h FBG, 80th FBS) caught fire, wing fell off, crashed and burned
				Nov 22, 1952, Korea
			542 (MSN 080-2003) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.
				Departed Dec 31, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellanAFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Operational loss Aug 16, 1961
			543 (MSN 080-2004) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 20, 1957.
				Departed Jan 20, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellanAFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Oct 12, 1962
			544 w/o 11 Oct 1952 in mid-air with 47-207 near St Cloud, FL
			545 (MSN 080-2006) to Peruvian AF May 12, 1958 as FAP 668
			547 w/o 12 Apr 1952 near Wittman, AZ.  Pilot killed
			548 (MSN 080-2009) Damaged 19 Mar 1951 Landing accident at Elmendorf AFB, AK
			549 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) engine fire, explosion, safely recovered at
				K-13, Korea May 29, 1952.
			551 w/o 29 Aug 1950 Ladd AFB, AK
			552 (MSN 080-2013) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.
				Departed Feb 1, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellanAFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Apr 26, 1962
			553 w/o 6 Jun 1950 Elmendorf AFB, AK
			555 to Chile AF as J-336 in 1957-58
			556 (MSN 080-2017) 2596th Reserve Flying Center, Dallas, TX.   To MASDC Oct 11, 1957.
				Departed Feb 9, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Apr 3, 1962
			557 w/o 8 Dec 1948 near Elmendorf AFB, AK (engine failure)
			558 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) in wheel-up landing, Korea Jun 23, 1952.
			559 64 FIS/57 FIG; w/o in mid-air collision with 47-563 after take-off from Elmendorf AFB, AK 13AUG 1950
			561 w/o 28 Jul 1952 Kisarazu AFB, Japan
			562 (MSN 080-2023) 2596th Reserve Flying Center, Dallas, TX.   To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.
				Departed Feb 18, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Feb 20, 1962
			563 64 FIS/57 FIG; w/o in mid-air collision with 47-559 after take-off from Elmendorf AFB, AK 13AUG 1950
			564 w/o 9 Nov 1953 near Porac, Philippines
			565 (MSN 080-2026) Damaged 20 Jan 1951 cr landing at Goose Bay Fd, AK.
				2596th Reserve Flying Center, Dallas, TX.   To MASDC Oct 15, 1957.
				Departed Mar 3, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Oct 5, 1961
			566 w/o 8 Jun 1953 near Sakura, Japan
			568 to reclamation Elmendorf AFB, AK 9 Apr 1951
			570 w/o 13 Jan 1951 near Anchorage, AK
			572 w/o 8 Oct 1953 Kimpo AFB, Korea
			576 (MSN 080-2037) to Peruvian AF May 15, 1958 as FAP 669
			578 w/o 27 Sep 1953 Itazuke AFB, Japan
			579 w/o 14 Sep 1948 near Great Falls, MT   (engine failure)
			580 (MSN 080-2041) Damaged 27 Feb 1951 ground accident at Elmendorf AFB, AK
			583 w/o 10 Sep 1952 Okinawa 
			584 (MSN 080-2045) damaged 14 Feb 1950  in takeoff accident at Clark AFB, Philippines
			585 65 FIS/57 FIG; w/o in mid-air collision 84 miles SW of Elmendorf AFB, AK on 14FEB 1950
			586 65 FIS/57 FIG; crashed on take-off at Eielson AFB, AK on 04OCT 1950 due to fire
			587 64 FIS/57 FIG; w/o in landing accident at Elmendorf AFB, AK on 05AUG 1950
			588 w/o 14 Mar 1953 in takeoff accident at Kimpo AFB, S. Korea
			589 65 FIS/57 FIG; stalled and crashed at Elmendorf AFB, AK on 02JUN 1950
			591 w/o 21 Nov 1953 near Gifu AFB, Japan
			592 w/o 9 May 1949 Marks AFB, AK
			593 w/o 14 Apr 1951 near Anchorage, AK
			595 Elmendorf AFB salvaged 4 Apr 1951
			596 w/o 15 Mar 1949 Elmendorf AFB, AK
			597 (MSN 080-2058) 2596th Reserve Flying Center, Dallas, TX.   To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.
				Departed Feb 29, 1960.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jan 21, 1963
			598 to Chile AF as J-337 in 1957-58.
			599 65 FIS/57 FIG; force-landed due to engine fire 10 miles NW of Elmendorf AFB, AK on 11MAY 1950
			600 w/o 2 Feb 1949 near NAS Kodiak, AK
47-601/604	Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 2062/2065.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.  
			These planes all transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33829/33832.
47-605/637	North American P-86A-1-NA Sabre
			MSN 151-38432/38464.  Redesignated F-86A in 1948.
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org/f86a-sabre_476050-49339.html
			605 (MSN 151-38432) 5/20/1948: First flight.
				5/1948: Delivered to the USAF.  Preserved at USAF History and Traditions Museum, 
				Lackland AFB, Texas.
			606 (MSN 151-38433) 5/1948: Delivered to the USAF.  USAF 2759th EW.
				1950: USAF 3077th EG.  3/1955: Assigned as a ground trainer to the California ANG at 
				Fresno APT.  Registered as N57965 and G-SABR.  Now in Aero Space Museum, Calgary,
				Alberta, Canada painted in RCAF marks with fake serial 23175.
			607 (MSN 151-38434) first flight Jul 20, 1948.  Bailed to North American for tests.  
				WFU at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio Sep 1948.
			608 (MSN 151-38435) 7/16/1948: First flight.
				1948: USAF 3200th PTG.  Bailed to North American for tests.  Salvaged Jun 1950.
			609 (MSN 151-38436) first flight Jul 31, 1948.  Bailed to North American for tests.  
				Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 10, 1950 to Mar 15, 1956.  Registered as NACA 135
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations 
				Modified for variable stability use.
			610 (MSN 151-38437) bailed to North American for tests.  W/o Aug 21, 1950.  
				Was preserved at Chanute AFB, Illinois, now closed.
			611 (MSN 151-38438) first flight Aug 28. 1949.  Set world speed record of 670.98 mph on Sept 15, 1948 
				flown by Maj. Robert Johnson.
				Bailed back to North American for tests. 1950: WADC.  1953: USAF 6511th PDTG.
 				SOC Nov 16 1955.  Assigned as ground trainer with California
				ANG at Van Nuys Airport.
			612 (MSN 151-38439) first flight Jan 28, 1949.  SOC Sep 20, 1951 and assigned as ground trainer
			613 (MSN 151-38440) first flight Oct 22, 1948.  1948 USAF 3200th PTG. SOC Jan 1, 1951, and 
				assigned as ground trainer, salvaged.
			614 (MSN 151-38441) first flight Oct 22, 1948. Was preserved at the Chanute Aerospace Museum, IL,
				 falsely marked as "12910".  Currently on display with Washington ANG, Fairchild AFB, Washington
			615 (MSN 151-38442) 1948: Constructed as P-86A, but redesignated F-86A prior to TOS.
				Oct 15, 1948: TOS USAF. Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Group, Air Training Command, Chanute AFB, IL.  
					Became Ground Instructional Airframe.
				7/55: SOC.
				5/67: Refurbished at Chanute and then moved to a pylon built by the village of Rantoul, north of town on US45, 
					to commemorate Chanute AFB anniversary.
				By 1993: NMUSAF Loan Program.
				1993: Loaned to Octave Chante Aviation Center, Rantoul, IL. (Later Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum)
				Put on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Illinois, falsely marked as F-86F 72910.  This museum
				is now closed, and the aircraft went to the 122nd FW at Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN for their new heritage park.
			616 (MSN 151-38443) first flight Dec 15, 1948.  1952 FTD Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				SOC Mar 7, 1954, assigned as ground trainer at Albrook AFB, Panama, salvaged
			617 (MSN 151-38444) first flight Jan 18, 1949l  Used for cold weather tests in Alaska.  
				Crashed near whitehall, MT Mar 30, 1949.  Salvaged Jun 1949
			618 (MSN 151-38445) first flight Feb 3, 1949. 1949: USAF 3200th PTG. 
				SOC at Amaarillo AFB, Texas Oct 16, 1951.  Salvaged Nov 1957
			619 (MSN 151-38446) first flight Mar 21, 1949.  bailed back to North American for tests.  
				SOC Jan 4, 1955.  To ground trainer Feb 1955 with Idaho
				ANG Feb 1955
			620 (MSN 151-38447) first flight Jan 18, 1949.  1949: USAF 2759th ABG. assigned to San Bernardino, CA.
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 23, 1951 to Jul 11, 1958.
				Registered as NACA 136.  Returned to USAF Jul 1958.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
			621 (MSN 151-38448) first flight Jan 21. 1949.  bailed back to North American for tests.  
				1951: USAF 3077th EG.  W/o in ground accident at Muroc Field, California Jan 30, 1952.
			622 (MSN 151-38449) first flight Jan 17, 1949.  SOC Sep 27, 1951.  Assigned as ground trainer 
				at Amarillo AFB, Texas.  Salvaged Nov 1957
			623 (MSN 151-38450) first flight Jan 31, 1949.  1949 FTD Wright-Patterson AFB, OK.
				SOC Jul 21, 1950 and tested to destruction.
			624 (MSN 151-38451) first flight Feb 10, 1949.  1950: USAF 94th FIS, 21st FIG.
				Exploded and crashed near Romeland, California May 15, 1950.  Pilot was killed.
			625 (MSN 151-38452) first flight Jan 31, 1949.  SOC Nov 1, 1951.  Salvaged Feb 1957
			626 (MSN 151-38453) first flighjt Mar 4, 1949.  USAF 94th FIS, 1st FIG.
				SOC Apr 11 1951.  to reclamation in the Philippines 11 Apr 1951
			627 (MSN 151-38454) first flight Feb 1q4, 1949.  1949: USAF 94th FIS. 1st FIG.
				SOC Nov 1 1951, assigned as ground trainer
			628 (MSN 151-38455) first flight Feb 14, 1949.  1949: USAF 94th FIS, 1st FIG.
				1952-53: AFFTC.  Salvaged Jan 1954
			629 (MSN 151-38456) 2/15/1949: First flight.  1951: USAF 3077th EG.  1952: AFFTC.
				SOC Feb 1, 1955, to ground trainer with California ANG.
			630 (MSN 151-38457) 2/15/1949: First flight.  1949: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG).
				1949-50: USAF 27th FIS (1st FIG).  1951: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG).
				1952-55: USAF 27th FIS (1st FIG).
				SOC Jun 9, 1956 and to ground trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois
			631 (MSN 151-38458) 2/15/1949: First flight.  1949-51: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG)
				SOC Nov 7, 1951 and assigned as ground trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois Mar 1955.
			632 (MSN 151-38459) first flight Feb 14, 1949. SOC Jul 19, 1958 and assigned as ground 
				trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois
			633 (MSN 151-38460) 2/16/1949: First flight.  1950: USAF 71st FS (1st FG).
				SOC Jan 19 1955 and assigned as ground trainer.
			634 (MSN 151-38461) first flight Feb 23, 1949.  SOC Sep 20, 1951 and assigned as ground trainer
			635 (MSN 151-38462) first flight Apr 23, 1949.  With 94th FIS, 1st FIG crashed at March AFB, 
				California May 6, 1950.  Pilot was killed
			636 (MSN 151-38463) first flight Feb 25, 1949.  SOC May 20, 1952 and assigned as ground trainer
			637 (MSN 151-38464) first flight Mar 21, 1949.  On display at Montana ANG, Great Falls IAP, 
				Montana marked as 2637.
47-638/639	Convair OA-10 Catalina
			Ex US Navy
47-640/644	Chase YG-18A  
			Project MX-877. Chase Aircraft Corporation model MS-6 troop glider. Ordered 5Mar48. Redesignated 11Jun48 as YG-18A.
			641 converted to YC-122
47-645/785	Cancelled Contract
47-786/787	Chase XCG-20
			Project MX-879. Chase Aircraft Corporation model MS-8 troop glider. Ordered 2Dec46. Redesignated 11Jun48 as XG-20.
			786 converted to XC-123 Avitruc
			787 converted to XC-123A jet-powered transport.  Later converted two Pratt and Whitney R-2800 engines and used for
				boundary layer control trials as Stroukoff YC-123D and re-serialled 53-8068.
47-788/1296	Aeronca L-16A Grasshopper
			788 (MSN 7BCM-2)  Accepted by USAAF 4Aug47; delivered 7Aug47
			789 (MSN 7BCM-4)  Accepted by USAAF 4Aug47; delivered 7Aug47
			790  (MSN 7BCM-3) Accepted by USAAF 4Aug47; delivered 8Aug47
			791 MSN 7BCM-5) Accepted by USAAF 4Aug47; delivered 7Aug47.
			797 (MSN 7BCM-11) to civil registry as N2552B, then N797US.  Registered
				G-BFAF Aug 15, 1977.
			807 to N9325H.  Won EAA award at Oshkosh 2012.
			814 (MSN 7AC-3768) flying as N85041
			822 to civil registry as N4952V
			823 to civil registry as N4953V
			825 to CAP as N75365 at Wilmington, NC.  Now being restored in Maryland.
			826 to civil registry as N75374
			827 to civil registry as N4954V
			828 (MSN 7BCM-42) To civil registry as N94578 and resident in September 2019 at Feldkirchen in Kartten, Austria 
			831 to civil registry as N6040V
			832 (NSN 7BCM-46) to civil registry as N5146B.  Was donated to Civil Air Patrol in 1956.
			833 to civil registry as N66330
			841 to civil registry as N4955V
			847 to civil registry as N66580
			848 (MSN 7BCM-62) to civil registry as N9084C
			851 to civil registry as N4956V
			856 to civil registry as N75368
			861 to civil registry as N1866M
			862 to civil registry as N79294
			864 Registered 8May56 as N79296 to Civil Air Patrol, Fargo, ND; cancelled Sep 22, 1958
			867 to civil registry as N63486
			872 to civil registry as N75367
			880 to civil registry as N2762C
			888 (MSN 7BCM-102) Accepted by USAAF 4Sep47; delivered 5Sep47.
			889 (MSN 7BCM-103) Accepted by USAAF 8Sep47; delivered 8Sep47
			890 (MSN 7BCM-1) Accepted by USAAF 5Sep47; delivered 5Sep47
			891 (MSN 7BCM-1) Accepted by USAAF 5Sep47; delivered 5Sep47.
				Registered 30Jul56 as N4957V to Civil Air Patrol, Denver, CO; cancelled Jun 30, 1970
			892 (MSN 7BCM-105) Accepted by USAAF 8Sep47; delivered 8Sep47
			894 
			897 to civil registry as N3185C
			923 to civil registry as N6086C
			924 at Army Aviation Museum Dec 22, 2004
			931 seen by me at Salisbury Airport, MD in the 1950s.
			934 to civil registry as N10497
			937 to civil registry as N2508B
			940 to civil registry as N6039V
			943 to civil registry as N66581
			965 to civil registry as N75369
			970 to civil registry as N1143V
			971 to civil registry as N10130
			1004 to civil registry as N6749C
			1008 to civil registry as N3974B
			1009 to civil registry as N66357
			1010 to civil registry as N6286C
			1015 to civil registry as N9093C
			1023 to civil registry as N4017B
			1024 (MSN 7BCM-249) to civil registry as N9330H
			1037 to civil registry as N10494
			1041 to civil registry as N10413
			1042 to Canadian civil registry as CF-FVN, still flying as C-FFVN
			1043 (MSN 7BCM-259) on civil registry as N3703C.
			1066 to civil registry as N6478C
			1080 to civil registry as N4040A
			1092 to civil registry as N66352
			1095 to civil registry as N4008A
			1099 to civil registry as N75068
			1106 to civil registry as N10520 in 2018
			1108 to civil registry as N6451C
			1113 (MSN 7BCM-338) stationed at Bolling Field.  Transferred to Delaware wing of Civil Air Patron at Newcastle County Airport
				as N2713A. Still on civil registry
			1114 to civil registry as N2503B
			1115 to civil registry as N6090C
			1119 to civil registry as N75371, N119TX reserved Dec 2002.
			1120 to civil registry as N10504
			1121 to civil registry as N66354
			1123 to civil registry as N10503
			1124 to civil registry as N6091C
			1135 to civil registry as N2506B
			1136 to civil registry as N4021B
			1139 (MSN 7BCM-363) to civil registry as N6059V
			1144 to civil registry as N9094C
			1146 to civil registry as N3948A
			1148 (MSN 7BCM-373) Current 2020 in US civil register as N90425
			1150 to civil registry as N10522
			1155 on US civil registry as N4009B.
			1159 (MSN 7BCM-384) to civil registry as N7620B
			1163 to civil registry as N63483
			1170 (MSN 7BCM-395) to civil registry as N2502B
			1171 to civil registry as N220JK and on display at Arkansas Air Museum, Fayetteville
			1183 to civil registry as N10500
			1224 (MSN 7BCM-452)
			1248 to civil registry as N10506
			1250 (MSN 7BCM-478) to Civil Air Patrol May 15, 1956.  To civil registry as N4100A.  
			1255 to civil registry as N10507
			1258 to civil registry as N2086A
			1259 (MSN 7CBM-487) to civil registry as N33JZ
			1262 to civil registry as N66353
			1263 to civil registry as N4063A
			1267 to civil registry as N1121
			1271 (MSN 7BCM-499) formerly owned by Tony Markl.  Now N6420C
			1272 to civil registry as N6703C, then CF-TPZ.
			1275 (MSN 7BCM-503) transferred to civil registry as N6705C 16 April 1956. Registered to Civil Air Patrol, 
				San Francisco, California, through 22 Dec. 1968, then to private ownership.
			1288 to civil registry as N1109M
			1295 to civil registry as N75069
			1296 to civil registry as N6476C
			There is a plane marked as 47-1277 with French registration F-AZLZ, but it is an L-17A with MSN NAV 4-0277
47-1297/1379	North American L-17A Navion
			Ordered by USAF for delivery to US Army for liaison duties.
			35 converted by Schweiser Aircraft Corp to L-17C.  L-17A redesignated U-18A in 1962.  
			L-17C redesignated U-18C in 1962.  Aircraft were taken, when required, from the civilian
			production line, and hence MSNs are not consecutive.
			1297 (MSN NAV-4-861) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8861H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1297. 
				Registered as N3178G; current [Oct20].
			1298 (MSN NAV-4-862) . Transferred to US Army. Accident at Enid AFB, OK 30Jan49. Modified by 
				Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Fort Rucker, AL. Army National Guard, Lovell Field, 
				Chattanooga, TN. Registered 3Oct57 as N2778A to the US Department of the Army, Fort Gordon, GA. 
				Operated by the Fort Gordon Flying Club. Registered 12May66 to the US Department of the Army, 
				Fort Bragg, NC. Operated by the Fort Bragg Flying Club. Returned to USAF 20Oct77 as 47-1298. 
				Registered 20Oct77 as N2778A to the Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL. 
				SOC by USAF 25Jun79. Registered 25Jun79 as N2778A to a private owner. Registration current [Oct20]
			1299 (MSN NAV-4-872) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8872H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF 
				as 47-1299. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1300 (MSN NAV-4-873) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8873H; cancelled 6Oct47. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1300. Accident at Miller Field, New Dorp, Staten Island, NY 28Aug47. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1301 (MSN NAV-4-882) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8882H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1301. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1302 (MSN NAV-4-891) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8891H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1302. Accident six miles southeast of Duncan, OK 3Mar48.
			1303 (MSN NAV-4-920) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8920H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1303. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. 
				Registered 20Jan58 as N7243C to the US Department of the Army, Fort Huachuca, AZ. Operated 
				by the Fort Huachuca Flying Club. Registration cancelled 24Nov70
			1304 (MSN NAV-4-922) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8922H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1304. Accident at Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 13Oct47. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1305 (MSN NAV-4-930) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8930H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1305. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. 
				Registered 31Oct68 as N4234A to the US Department of the Army, Fort Lee, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Lee Flying Club. Registration cancelled 14Jul71. 
				Registered 25Sep70 as N8057; cancelled 27May76.		
			1306 (MSN NAV-4-931) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8931H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1306. Accident seven miles southeast of Metfield Green, KS 16Sep49. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N4216A 
				to the US Department of the Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ. Operated by the 
				Fort Monmouth Flying Club. Substantially damaged after engine failure caused by fuel starvation 
				and the landing gear collapsed in the forced landing near Culpeper, VA 12Oct68. Registration cancelled
				According to the report in the local press (via armyaircrews.com) "the wreckage (of  the "L-17") was 
				strewn over an area of 150 yards and the (3) bodies thrown out".  That means this aircraft was destroyed. 
			1307 (MSN NAV-4-932) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8932H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1307. 
				First Navion to be modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation 1948; redesignated L-17C. 
				Registered 30Dec68 as N7856C to the United States Air Force. Operated by the McConnell AFB Aero Club, 
				Wichita, Kansas. Registration cancelled 7May73.
			1308 (MSN NAV-4-935) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8935H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1308. 
				Accident at Herbert Smart Airport, Macon, GA 14Nov48. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; 
				redesignated L-17C. Registered as N5562V to the US Department of the Army. Substantially damaged when 
				overshot in a forced landing after engine failure at Twin Falls Municipal Airport, ID 18Jun67. 
				Landing gear damaged in a forced landing after fuel exhaustion at Anáhuac, Mexico 28May79. 
				Registration cancelled 2Mar82..
			1309 (MSN NAV-4-936) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8936H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1309
			1310 (MSN NAV-4-939) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8939H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1310. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N673BG; cancelled 14Jun17
			1311 (MSN NAV-4-942) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8942H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1311. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C.
			1312 (MSN NAV-4-943) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8943H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1312. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N6724C. Substantially damaged when 
				the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion after takeoff, struck a fence during the forced landing and continued 
				into a field with logs and stumps near Shawano Municipal Airport, WI 26May75. Damaged when the right main 
				landing gear collapsed on landing at Franklin, WI 20Jun80. Registration current [Oct20].
			1313 (MSN NAV-4-945) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8945H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1313. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered 20Nov57 as N2775A to the US Army, 
				Fort Benning, GA. Operated by the Fort Benning Flying Club. Registration cancelled 27Apr59
			1314 (MSN NAV-4-946) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8946H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1314. 
				Registered 6Jun58 as N6480D to the Department of the US Army, Fort Sill, OK; cancelled 2Feb71
			1315 (MSN NAV-4-948) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8948H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1315. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N5208N. The pilot landed on a dirt 
				track to pick up a passenger and the airplane was damaged when a wing tip struck a wire fence and posts during 
				taxy at Boise, ID 13Jun86. Registration current [Oct20].
			1316 (MSN NAV-4-949) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8949H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1316. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Personal aircraft of General Douglas McArthur 
				in Southeast Asia. Registered 5Dec60 as N10302 to the United States Air Force, Loring AFB, ME; cancelled 18May65
			1317 (MSN NAV-4-950) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8950H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1317. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1318 (MSN NAV-4-951) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8951H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1318. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1319 (MSN NAV-4-953) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8953H; cancelled. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1319. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. 
				Registered as N7612B. Registered 20Nov68 to the United States Army, Fort Sheridan, IL. 
				Operated by the Fort Sheridan Flying Club. Registration revoked 23Apr77, cancelled 6Sep12. 
				Oklahoma National Guard, Max Westheimer Field, Norman, OK. What was supposed to be the last flight 
				of an Oklahoma National Guard airplane before being retired to a museum pedestal never got off the 
				ground Friday 5Feb88. A spectacular finale was planned for the L-17 liaison plane; it was scheduled to 
				fly from the National Guard base at Max Westheimer Field to Expressway Air Park with 
				Major General Donald F. Ferrell, the first Air Force National Guard general to become Oklahoma adjutant general, 
				at the controls. It was to make its way from there to the parking lot of the 45th Infantry Division Museum 
				by a National Guard Blackhawk helicopter.  On display at the 45th Infantry Division Museum in 
				Oklahoma City.  Tail number painted on plane is 0-4953, which is a corruption of NAV-4-953.
			1320 (MSN NAV-4-958) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8958H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1320. 
				Registered 6Nov57 as N10558 to the United States Air Force. Operated by the Maxwell AFB Aero Club, Montgomery, AL; 
				cancelled 31Oct60
			1321 (MSN NAV-4-959) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8959H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1321. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. 
			1322 (MSN NAV-4-960) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8960H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1322. 
				Accident three miles west of Grey, Macon, GA 17Oct47. Accident four miles WSW of Lickdale, PA 24Jun49. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N9117R; current [Sep20]
			1323 (MSN NAV-4-961) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8961H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1323. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered 6Dec57 as N10563 to the US Army, 
				Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL. Substantially damaged when the right main landing gear collapsed during a 
				hard landing at Huntsville Municipal Airport 8Mar64. Registration cancelled 19Jun70
			1324 (MSN NAV-4-964) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8964H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1324. 
				Accident at Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 13Oct47. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. 
				Registered 23Mar59 as N3177G to the Civil Air Patrol Arizona Wing, Tucson, AZ; cancelled 13Nov688
			1325 (MSN NAV-4-966) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8966H; cancelled 17May89. Delivered to USAF as 47-1325. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. 
			1326 (MSN NAV-4-967) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8967H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1326. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N1160V. Damaged after the engine lost 
				power caused by carburettor icing and force landed at Arlington, TN 6Mar78. Registration current [Oct20]
			1327 (MSN NAV-4-972) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8972H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1327. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered 15Sep67 as N6459D to the United States 
				Air Force, Norton AFB, CA; cancelled 15Nov73
			1328 (MSN NAV-4-977) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8977H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1328. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N3179G; cancelled 26Mar81 on 
				export to Canada. Registered as C-GREM; current [Oct20].
			1329 (MSN NAV-4-978) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8978H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1329. 
				Registered 11Mar71 as N94575 to the Cumberland County Board of Vocational Education, Bridgeton, NJ;
				 cancelled 30Apr91. Ground instructional airframe at an aviation maintenance school. Displayed as a gate guard by 1998. 
				In 2010 was in pieces, but it may possibly be rebuilt.
			1330 (MSN NAV-4-980) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8980H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1330. 
				Registered 16Jan61 as N9178R to the United States Air Force, Seymour-Johnson AFB, Foldsboro, NC; cancelled 3Feb66
			1331 (MSN NAV-4-981) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8981H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1331. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N333V to the United States Army,
				 Fort Myer, Arlington, VA. Operated by the Fort Myer Flying Club. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 16Jun11.
			1332 (MSN NAV-4-982) North American Aviation. Registered 27Mar47 as NC8982H; cancelled 6Oct47. 
				Delivered to USAF as 47-1332. Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C.
			1333 (MSN NAV-4-985) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8985H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1333. 
				Registered 1958 as N8985H. Conversion by Tulsa Manufacturing Company (TUSCO) as a Navion D. Registration 
				cancelled 9Jul13. Registered 22Aug13 as N8985H; current [Oct20]. Donated by Confederate Air Force members 
				to the Estrella Warbird Museum 1997. Under restoration at Estrella Warbird Museum, 
				Pasa Robles, CA [not noted Mar15].
			1334 (MSN NAV-4-986) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8986H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1334. 
				Converted by Temco to QL-17 drone
			1335 (MSN NAV-4-987) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8987H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1334. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered as N333W to the United States Air Force, 
				Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. Operated by Kirtland AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 18Jul90.
			1336 (MSN NAV-4-994) North American Aviation. Registered as NC8994H; cancelled. Delivered to USAF as 47-1336. 
				Registered 19Jul61 as N3950A to the United States Air Force, McGuire AFB, Wrightstown, NJ. Operated by McGuire AFB Aero Club. 
				Registration cancelled 15Jul71
			1337 (MSN NAV-4-1000) Accident two miles west of El Sauz, Mexico 14Oct47.
			1338 (MSN NAV-4-1014) North American Aviation. Registered as NC4014K; cancelled 6Oct47. Delivered to USAF as 47-1338. 
				Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
			1339 (MSN NAV-4-1015) Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C. Registered 1957 as N555S. 
				Damaged when the pilot failed to extend the landing gear landing at Bemidji, MN 24Nov78. The pilot was conducting 
				touch and go operations and forgot to lower the landing gear on the fourth landing at Grass Valley, CA 3Aug08; 
				he heard the gear horn, but thought it was the stall horn, which is not installed on this plane. Registration current [Oct20].
			1340 (MSN NAV-4-1033) Accident while parked at Oakland Airport, CA 14May49. Registered as N5419V to the 
				US Department of the Army, Fort Ord, CA. Operated by the Fort Ord Flying Club. Registered 29Mar68 to the 
				US Department of the Army, Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Operated by the Sharpe Army Depot Flying Club. 
				Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion during an overshoot approach 
				and landed with the landing gear retracted at Santa Cruz Airport, CA 4Jun66. En route Santa Ana to Stockton, CA, 
				the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion, the airplane struck trees in an orchard and was destroyed during the 
				forced landing near Atwater, CA 3Dec72. Registration cancelled 23Apr74.  Everyone OK, but aircraft destroyed.
			1341 (MSN NAV-4-1041) Registered 14Aug56 as N9096C to the United States Air Force, Offutt AFB, NB. 
				Operated by Offutt AFB Aero Club c/o SAC Aero Club. Registration cancelled 26Oct62.
			1342 (MSN NAV-4-1048) Registered 16Apr64 as N6453D to the US Department of the Army, Fort Bragg, NC. 
				Operated by the Fort Bragg Flying Club. Registration cancelled 13Jul70.
			1343 (MSN NAV-4-1049) Registered 9Jan64 as N9645C. On a flight from Smiley Creek Airport, ID, the 
				pilot, who was instrument rated but not experienced in mountain flying, attempted to fly through a mountain pass 
				shrouded in cloud and rain. The airplane struck terrain and was destroyed in the crash near Ketchum, ID 21Jun67. 
				The pilot and one passenger were killed; another passenger was seriously injured. Registration cancelled 4May71
			1344 (MSN NAV-4-1050) Converted by Temco to QL-17 drone. United States Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL. 
				Storage at Guthrie AHP, Enterprise, AL
			1345 (MSN NAV-4-1055) Registered 17Jan58 as N5456V to the US Department of the Army, Sharpe Army Depot, 
				Lathrop, CA. Operated by the Sharpe Army Depot Flying Club. Registration cancelled 29Apr70
			1346 (MSN NAV-4-1058)
			1347 (MSN NAV-4-1059) 53rd Fighter Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Harrisburg State Airport, Middletown, PA. 
				Damaged taxying at Harrisburg State Airport 3Feb48. United States Air Force Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio. 
				Delivery flight to USAFM 7Apr86. Renamed as National Museum of the United States Air Force. Displayed as a Ryan-built L-17B, 
				48-928, used by the Air Force ROTC program at Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, in the spring of 1959..
			1348 (MSN NAV-4-1060) 
			1349 (MSN NAV-4-1061)
			1350 (MSN NAV-4-1062) Unknown
			1351 (MSN NAV-4-1063) Accident at Sullivant Avenue Airport, Columbus, OH 24Jun48. Converted by Temco to QL-17 drone. 
				Registered as N9646C; current [Oct20]
			1352 (MSN NAV-4-1064) to N9190R, current Oct 2020
			1353 (MSN NAV-4-1065) 
			1354 (MSN NAV-4-1066)
			1355 (MSN NAV-4-1067) Registered as N4987N. Substantially damaged after engine failure when the 
				landing gear collapsed during the forced landing on wet, soft ground at Clovis, NM 22Apr64. Registered 19Jul65 
				to the United States Air Force, Bergstrom AFB, Austin, TX. Operated by Bergstrom AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 21Jan71.
			1356 (MSN NAV-4-1068)
			1357 (MSN NAV-4-1069) unknown
			1358 (MSN NAV-4-1070) to N2968C.  The Navion was substantially damaged during a forced landing 
				following a loss of engine power about one-quarter mile east of the Ingersoll Airport (CTK), Canton, Illinois 21Jul03. 
				The flight departed Delaware Municipal Airport, Delaware, Ohio; the final destination was Manhattan Regional 
				Airport, Manhattan, Kansas, with a planned fuel stop at Ingersoll. The engine lost power completely as the electric 
				fuel boost pump was turned on in preparation for landing. The aircraft was at 800 feet above ground level when 
				the engine failed. With the landing gear and flaps extended, and the propeller windmilling, the descent rate was 
				high, approximately 1,000 feet per minute. The pilot's attempts to restart the engine were not successful. 
				Unable to make the runway, he decided to execute a forced landing straight ahead, approximately one-quarter 
				mile from the airport. The aircraft impacted a bean field and struck a berm, shearing off the landing gear. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			1359 (MSN NAV-4-1071) Registered as N555T. Operated by the Quantico Marine Corps flying club, Quantico, VA. 
				Registered 8Jun60 to the United States Army, Fort Myer, Arlington, VA. Operated by the Fort Myer Flying Club.
				Registration cancelled 21May65.
			1360 (MSN NAV-4-1072)
			1361 (MSN NAV-4-1073) Registered 25Apr58 as N6409D to the Fort Sam Houston Flying Club, 
				Fort Sam Houston, TX. Accident 1965. Registration cancelled 30Dec65. Used to rebuild 48-1077 [N7803B].
			1362 (MSN NAV-4-1074) Registered 20Jan60 as N333P to the United States Army, Aberdeen, MD. 
				Operated by the APG Flying Club. Destroyed by fire when the landing gear was inadvertently retracted 
				landing at Weide Field, Edgewood, MD 15Sep68. Registration cancelled 19Dec68.
			1363 (MSN NAV-4-1075) 
			1364 (MSN NAV-4-1077) 
			1365 (MSN NAV-4-1078) to N10552, current Oct 2020
			1366 (MSN NAV-4-1079) Registered as N4233A. Registered 12May69 to the Department of the Army, 
				Washington, MD. Registration cancelled 9May75
			1367 (MSN NAV-4-1081) 
			1368 (MSN NAV-4-1083) 
			1369 (MSN NAV-4-1084) North American Aviation. Registered as NC4084K; cancelled 6Oct47. Delivered to USAF as 47-1369. 
				Registered 6Jun58 as N6481D to the Redleg Flying Club, Fort Sill, OK; cancelled 9Mar62.
			1370 (MSN NAV-4-1085) Registered 24Jul57 as N3972A to the Department of the Army, Fort Eustis, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Eustis Flying Club. Substantially damaged during a hard landing 29Jul67. 
				During an approach, the right landing gear separated from the airplane when it undershot in a 
				hard landing at Covington, VA. The pilot made a go-around and elected to divert for an intentional 
				gear-up landing at Woodrum Field, Roanoke Municipal Airport, VA. Registration cancelled 13Jul70.
			1371 (MSN NAV-4-1086) Accident one mile south of Caspaina, LA 4May49. 
				Registered 26Jun57 as N3971A to the Department of the Army, Fort Eustis, VA. Operated by the 
				Fort Eustis Flying Club. Registration cancelled 20May65..
			1372 (MSN NAV-4-1088) Oklahoma National Guard, Max Westheimer Field, Norman, OK. 
				Accident at Max Westheimer Field 18Oct48. Registered as N9647C. Substantially damaged after
				landing when the nose gear retracted during taxy at Palm Springs Municipal Airport, CA 10Nov65; 
				the retract assembly had been incorrectly rigged. Registration cancelled 14Mar94 on export to Canada.
				Registered 24Mar94 as C-GOPI; current [Oct20]
			1373 (MSN NAV-4-1089) Accident at Miller Field, New Dorp, Staten Island, NY 14Jul48
			1374 (MSN NAV-4-1090) Registered 20Nov57 as N2775A to the US Army, Fort Benning, GA. 
				Operated by the Fort Benning Flying Club. Registration cancelled 27Apr59
			1375 (MSN NAV-4-1091) Registered 11Mar58 as N4206A to the US Army, Fort George G Meade, MD.
				Operated by the Fort Meade Flying Club. Registration cancelled 25May65
			1376 (MSN NAV-4-1092) Registered as N2771A to the Department of the Army, Fort McClellan, AL; 
				ked 14Jan77, cancelled 10Jun11
			1377 (MSN NAV-4-1093) Registered as N3180G. In the traffic pattern to land, the pilot failed to 
				tain flying speed in a steep bank on base leg, the aircraft stalled and struck trees on approach, 
				crashed and destroyed at Willcox, AZ 19Jun71 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 19Oct71.
			1378 (MSN NAV-4-1094) Registered 26Jul62 as N75347 to the US Army, White Sands, NM; cancelled 16May63
			1379 (MSN NAV-4-1103) Modified by Schweizer Aircraft Corporation; redesignated L-17C
47-1380/1411	Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star  
			MSN 080-2066/2097.  Redesignated F-80C in 1948.
			All but 1395 were transferred to USN as TO-1
				BuNo 33833/33847 and 33849/33864
			1380 (MSN 080-2066) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33833
			1381 (MSN 080-2067) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33834
			1382 (MSN 080-2068) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33835
			1383 (MSN 080-2069) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33836
			1384 (MSN 080-2070) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33837
			1385 (MSN 080-2071) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33838
			1386 (MSN 080-2072) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33839
			1387 (MSN 080-2073) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33840
			1388 (MSN 080-2074) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33841
			1389 (MSN 080-2075) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33842
			1390 (MSN 080-2076) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33843
			1391 (MSN 080-2077) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33844	
			1392 (MSN 080-2078) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33845.  On display with Texas ANG at Fort Worth NAS, Texas marked as 58507
			1393 (MSN 080-2079) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33846
			1394 (MSN 080-2080) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33847
			1395 (MSN 080-2081) 
			1396 (MSN 080-2082) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33849
			1397 (MSN 080-2083) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33850
			1398 (MSN 080-2084) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33851
			1399 (MSN 080-2085) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33852
			1400 (MSN 080-2086) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33853
			1401 (MSN 080-2087) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33854
			1402 (MSN 080-2088) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33855
			1403 (MSN 080-2089) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33856
			1404 (MSN 080-2090) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33857
			1405 (MSN 080-2091) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33858
			1406 (MSN 080-2092) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33859
			1407 (MSN 080-2093) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33860
			1408 (MSN 080-2094) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33861
			1409 (MSN 080-2095) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33862
			1410 (MSN 080-2096) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33863
			1411 (MSN 080-2097) to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33864
47-1412/1461	Republic P-84C-2-RE Thunderjet  
			redesignated F-84C in 1948
			1416 (171 PTS/127 PTG) w/o at Luke AFB, AZ due to structural failure Jun 8, 1951.
			1419 (127 FS/104 FG) crashed 10 mi SSW of Grenola, KS May 13, 1950.
			1420 crashlanded on approach to Scott AFB, IL Mar 3, 1950
			1422 (171 FS/127 FG) forcelanded 3 mi E of Romulus, MI Nov 24, 1950.
			1423 (107 PTS/127 PTG) forcelanded at Williams Auxiliary Field, AZ Jun 19, 1951.
			1424  w/o 25 Jun 1953 Luke AFB, AZ
			1425 (171 PTS/127 PTG) destroyed by fire at Luke AFB, AZ Jul 13, 1951.
			1426 w/o 1 May 1952 near Carswell AFB, TX (engine failure)
			1427 (121 FIS/113 FIG) damaged in landing accident at Andrews AFB, MD Apr 12, 1951.  W/o 28 Jan 1953 in takeoff accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			1429 w/o 24 Sep 1950 Wichita, KS
			1430 (171 PTS/127 PTG) forcelanded at Luke AFB, AZ Mar 27, 1951.
			1433 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona
			1434 w/o 6 Oct 1949 near Otis AFB, MA
			1437 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashed at Gila Bend Gunnery Range, AZ May 8, 1951.
			1438 w/o 27 Sep 1951 Andrews AFB, MD
			1439 w/o 16 Oct 1952 Luke AFB, AZ
			1444 w/o 31 Jul 1948 near Roswell, NM (engine failure)
			1445 w/o 7 Nov 1949 Otis AFB, MA.  Pilot killed
			1446 w/o 9 Jan 1952 Luke AFB, AZ
			1447 w/o 19 Aug 1950 in taxi accident at Andrews AFB, MD.  Collided with 47-1464, both w/os
			1448 (171 PTS/127 PTG) w/o at Luke AFB, AZ Apr 9, 1951
			1449 w/o 3 Feb 1953 near Gila Bend, AZ (engine fire)
			1450 (121 FS/113 FG) involved in midair collision with towed target near
				NAuxAS Chincoteague, VA Aug 25, 1950
			1452 (197 PTS/127 PTG) crashed 16 mi SW of Gila Bend, AZ Oct 23, 1951.
			1453 w/o 22 Mar 1949 near Otis AFB, MA
			1455 (107 FS/127 FG) damaged in ground fire at McGuire AFB, NJ Oct 21, 1950.   W/o 8 Dec 1952 near Buckeye, AZ
			1456 (127 FS/140 FG) crashed 30 mi SE of Kansas City, KS Jul 15, 1950.
			1458 w/o 17 Jul 1953 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure)
			1459 was listed in the early editions of Hunt's V&V as being at The Air Museum, 
				Ontario Airport, California. After the move to Chino, this serial was no longer listed
			1460 w/o 23 Mar 1951   nr Luke, AZ  (possible mid-air with 47-1468?)
			1461 w/o 4 Feb 1952 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure)
47-1462/1511	Republic P-84C-6-RE Thunderjet 
			redesignated F-84C in 1948
			1463 (121 FIS/113 FIG) crashed Prince George's County, MD May 31, 1951
			1464 w/o 19 Aug 1950 in taxi accident at Andrews AFB, MD.  Collided with 47-1447, both w/o
			1465 w/o 6 Jun 1952 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine fire).   Pilot killed
			1466 (127 FBS/137 FBG) forcelanded at Alexandria MAP, LA Sep 11, 1951
			1467 w/o 27 Mar 1952 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure)
			1468 (107 PTS/127 PTG) in midair collision and crashed 5 mi W of Luke AFB,
				AZ Mar 23, 1951.
			1469 (107 PTS/127 PTG) damaged in ground fire at Luke AFB, AZ Jul 26, 1951
			1470 (121 FS/113 FG) destroyed by fire at Andrews AFB, MD Jul 8, 1950.  Also listed as w/o 30 Apr 1952 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure)
			1471 w/o 30 Mar 1953 Luke AFB, AZ
			1472 w/o 14 Dec 1949  Robbins AFB, GA
			1473 w/o 19 Sep 1949 near Chatham, MA.   Pilot killed.  Also listed as w/o 14 Jan 1953 Yuma City A/p, AZ
			1474 w/o 15 Oct 1951 near Lawson AFB, GA
			1475 damaged 27 Jan 1949 Maryland, presumably repaired as reported w/o on 22 Apr 1949 nr Ardes, MA.  Pilot killed
			1477 w/o 6 Jul 1951 in landing accident at Eglin Auxiliary Field, FL
			1479 (127 FS/137 FG) damaged in ground fire at Michita MAP, KS Oct 13, 1950.  W/o 22 Jan 1953 in mid-air with 46-567 near Sentinel, AZ
			1480 (121 FS/113 FG) damaged in takeoff accident at Andrews AFB, MD May 6, 1950
			1481 (128 FBS/137 FBG) crashed on approach to Matagorda Island airfield, TX
				Sep 27, 1951.
			1484 w/o 22 May 1951 in landing accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			1486 in Mar 1989 was on display with USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB and in 2013 was
				on display at Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona with Arizona ANG.
			1487 w/o 18 Sep 1948 Hensley Field, TX
			1488 w/o 18 Dec 1952 in crash 15 miles SW of Gila Bend, AZ.  Pilot killed.
			1489 (127 FBS/137 FBG) crashlanded at Alexandria MAP, LA Jan 5, 1951.
			1492 (121 FS/113 FG) crashed in bad weather 2.5 mi E of Emmitsburg, MD Aug 30, 1950
			1493 w/o 30 Apr 1949 near Elk Creek, NE.  Pilot killed
			1494 w/o 30 Apr 1952 New Mexico
			1496 (121 FS/113 FG) crashlanded due to lack of fuel at Olmsted AFB, PA Jun 27, 1950
			1497 (127 FBS/137 FBG) crashlanded at Alexandria MAP, LA Jul 26, 1951
			1498 Ca 6/48: TOS USAF as F-84C. Assigned to 33rd Fighter Group, Walker AFB, NM.
				11/16/48: Base of Operations change, 33rd FG moved to Otis AFB, MA.
				By 11/51: 128th Fighter Squadron (ANG), 137th Fighter-Bomber Group, Alexandria AFB, LA.
				11/28/51: Damaged in taxi accident at Alexandria AFB.
				Unknown date: 3320th Maintenance and Supply Group (Air Training Command), Amarillo, TX. Was to be used 
					for fire-fighting training.
				By 1964: USAF Loan Program.
				1964: Loaned to EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI. 
			1499 (3600 AMS/127 ANG) in midair collision and crashed 37 mi WSW of Gila
				Bend, AZ Nov 16, 1951.
			1500 w/o 23 Oct 1952 near NAF Litchfield Pk, AZ (engine failure)
			1503 w/o 26 Aug 1949  Marietta, GA
			1505 (127 FS/140 FG) destroyed by fire at Wichita MAP, KS May 20, 1950
			1506 (59 FIS/33 FIG) crashed 15 mi W of Otis AFB, MA Mar 8, 1950
			1507 (107 FS/127 FG) crashlande at Detroit-Wayne Counti, MI Aug 1, 1950
			1508 (58 FS/33 FIG) force landed at Otis AFB,MA Feb 17, 1950.
47-1512/1561	Republic P-84C-11-RE Thunderjet
			redesignated F-84C in 1948
			1512 (166 FIS/122 FIG) crashlanded at Lockbourne AFB, OH Jul 6, 1951.
			1513 displayed at McConnell AFB, KS (1995 to 2003).  Noted Feb 29, 2004 at
				Reflections of Freedom Historical Airpark, McConnelll AFB, KS
			1514 w/o 22 Apr 1950 in takeoff accident at Hill AFB, UT
			1517 w/o 29 Mar 1952 in takeoff accident at Lockbourne AFB, OH
			1518 w/o 31 Jul 1953 Arizona
			1519 w/o 14 Nov 1952 Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure).   Pilot ok
			1520 w/o 12 Feb 1952 in ground accident at Lockbourne AFB, OH
			1521 (142 FS/113 FIG) involved in midair collision with towed target and
				crashed 20 mi SE of Ocean City, NJ Aug 14, 1950
			1524 (58 FS/33 FIG) force landed out of fuel 9 mi S of Waynesburg, PA Mar 16, 1950
			1526 w/o 16 Mar 1950 near Waynesburg, PA
			1527 w/o 13 Oct 1952 Arizona
			1528 (142 FS/113 FG, Delaware ANG) crashed 8.5 mi NNW of New Castle Airport, DE Oct 18, 1950
			1529 w/o 2 Sep 1951 near Lockbourne AFB, OH
			1530 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 19, 1948 to Oct 29, 1948.
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.  On display at 
				Cannon AFB, Clovis, NM, marked as F-84G 11027.  In 2013 was moved to Castle Air Museum, Atwater, 
				California still wearing markings of 51-1027
			1532 with Delaware ANG
			1533 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded at Gila Bend Auxiliary Airfield Aug 10, 1951.  W/o 2 Jan 1954 near Albuquerque, NM 
			1535 with Delaware ANG.  W/o 7 Jan 1952 near Luke AFB, AZ
			1538 w/o 23 Sep 1953 near Luke AFB, AZ (engine failure)
			1539 w/o 24 May 1949 Turner AFB, GA
			1541 (166 FS/122 FG) crashlanded at Lockbourne AFB, OH Mar 17, 1951
			1542 (171 PTS/127 PTG) w/o due to structural failure at Gila Bend Gunnery
				Range, AZ Apr 9, 1951
			1545 with Delaware ANG
			1547 w/o 28 Nov 1952 Arizona
			1548 (148 FIS/113 FIG) force landed at Georgetown Airport, DE Jun 23, 1951.
			1550 w/o 6 Sep 1949 near Eglin AFB, FL
			1553 w/o 22 Aug 1949 near Agaree, FL.    Pilot killed
			1554 w/o 15 Jun 1949 Georgia
			1556 w/o 2 Mar 1951 Lockbourne AFB, OH
			1557 w/o 18 Aug 1952 near Youngstown, OH
			1558 with Delaware ANG
			1559 w/o 8 Jul 1950 in ground accident Wichita, KS
			1560 w/o 5 Nov 1953 in takeoff accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			1561 w/o 9 Jan 1952 near Germantown, OH   (engine failure)
47-1562/1602	Republic P-84C-16-RE Thunderjet
			Redesignated F-84C in 1948.
			1562 on display at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.
			1563 (58 FS/33 FIG) crashed on takeoff at Barksdale AFB, LA Mar 28, 1950
			1566 (171 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded at Nellis AFB, NV Jun 27, 1951
			1568 w/o 2 Apr 1952 Lockbourne AFB, OH
			1569 w/o 15 Sep 1952 Luke AFB, AZ (engine fire)
			1570 w/o 6 Oct 1953 in takeoff accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			1571 w/o 17 Jan 1953  in crash 24 miles SW of Gila bend, AZ (structural failure)
			1572 (148 FIS/113 FIG) crashlanded at Dover AFB, DE Jun 25, 1951.
			1574 w/o 11 Jun 1950 in crash 40 miles NW of Luke AFB, AZ
			1575 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded 13 mi SW of Gila Bend, AZ Apr 26, 1951
			1578 (148 FIS/113 FIG) involved in midair collision with 47-1586 and crashed
				10 mi NE of Smyrna, DE Aug 22, 1951.
			1579 w/o 11 Sep 1951 near Luke AFB, AZ.   Pilot ok
			1580 with Delaware ANG
			1581 (142 FIS/113 FIG, Delaware ANG) crashed on takeoff at New Castle Airport, DE on
				Apr 15, 1951, then to reclamation New Castle 113 FI Wg 18 Apr 1951
			1583 w/o 23 Jan 1952 in crash 35 miles W. of Kingman, AZ.  Pilot killed
			1585 w/o 31 Aug 1952 near Mt Sterling, OH (engine failure)
			1586 (148 FIS/113 FIG) in midair collision with 47-1578 and crashed 10 mi
				NE of Smyrna, DE Aug 22, 1951.
			1587 with Delaware ANG
			1591 (125 FBS/137 FBG) crashed 5 mi WSW of Matagorda Island, TX Sep 17, 1951.
			1592 w/o 17 Feb 1950 near Otis AFB, MA
			1593 w/o 19 Mar 1952 in takeoff accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			1595 on display at March Field Museum, California.  Carried civil registration of N2884D
			1596 damaged 2 Mar 1950  Landing accident at Shaw AFB, SC
			1597 delivered to USAF Dec 10, 1948.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Mar 1954.
			1599 (107 PTS/127 PTG) crashlanded 7 mi NW of Buckeye, AZ Sep 3, 1951.
			1600 w/o 18 Feb 1950 in landing accident at Otis AFB, MA
			1601 w/o 13 Dec 1951 Goodfellow AFB, TX    (ran out of fuel)
			1602 (116 FS/142 FG) crashed 2 mi SW of Harrington, WA Sep 24, 1950.
47-1603/1604	Cancelled contract

			- 1948 -

48-001/010	North American B-45C Tornado
			MSN 153-38477/38486
			001 damaged Sep 28, 1950 due to structural failure at Edwards AFB, California.  Modified to EB-45C.  Crashed Dec 3, 1952.
			002 modified to EB-45C
			003 crashed due to engine failure at Long Beach airport, California Sep 15, 1949.
			005 modifed to EDB-45C.  To 3077th EG.  DBF in ground accident at Los Angeles airport, California Aug 12, 1953.
			006 w/o with 84th BS Feb 24, 1950 in crash 8 mi NW of Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.  RAF exchange pilot killed.
			008 modified to EB-45C, later to JB-45C.  With 4925th TG, w/o in California Jan 31, 1952.
			009 converted to JB-45C
			010 taken on strength in 1950 but apparently never served on active duty.  Instead, it was loaned to 
				Pratt and Whitney for engine testing purposes.  It was flown to Wright Field for the Air Force 
				Museum in 1971.  It is now painted in the markings of the 47th Bomb Group (Light), based 
				in England from 1952 to 1955.
48-011/043	North American RB-45C Tornado
			MSN 153-38487/38519
			011 SOC at RAF Sculthorpe, UK for scrap Oct 1, 1957.  To fire dump.
			012 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
			013 withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 and to 
				Adana AB, Turkey for fire practice use
			014 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]; 1955: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 found its way to 
				Dharan Air Field, Saudi Arabia in 1ate 1958 or early 1959 and
				used as a crash simulation aircraft by the base fire department.
			015 (324th SRS, 91st SRW) shot down by MiGs during recon of Yalu River Dec 4, 1950.  2 POW, 2 KIA.
			016 (324th SRS, 91st SRW) crashed near Yokota AB, Japan Jun 6, 1952, crew bailed out 
			017 delivered to USAF Aug 15, 1950. Modified to ERB-45C. Sep 1950 to 2750th ABW; Apr 1951 to HQ Air Research & Development 
				Command; Jun 1951 to Wright Air Development Center; Jun 1954 Bailed to P&WC for testing. Modified Nov 1955 to JRB-45C, 
				Apr 1957 to NRB-45C. SOC Nov 1971.  Transferred to SAC Museum at Offutt AFB in 1971, moved to Strategic Air 
				And Space Museum, Omaha, Nebraska in 1998.
			018 (3200 AMS/3200 ANG) damaged in ground fire at Eglin AFB,FL Jul 7, 1951.  W/o 16 Jul 1953  Location ?
			019 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  SOC Aug 1, 1957.
			020 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 47th BW. W/o Goose Bay AB, Canada, Mar 26, 1952
			021 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 19th TRS [47th BW] Crashed on take-off from RAF Alconbury, UK, Jun 7, 1951
			022 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by September 
				1957 and to RAF Elvington for fire practice use
			023 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1955: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 and to 
				Ankara AS, Turkey for fire practice use
			024 (323 SRS/91 SRG) crashlanded at Barksdale AFB, LA Apr 28, 1951.
			025 with 91st SRW w/o Ohio Mar 5, 1952.
			026 (323 SRS/91 SRG) suffered landing accident at RAF Sculthorpe May 15, 1951 
				and stripped of useful parts. Finally struck off charge March 1954
			027 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 6, 1957 and to 
				RAF Shepherds Grove for fire practice use
			028 (324 SRS/91 SRG) crashed 11 mi S of Plymouth, NC Feb 8, 1951.
			029 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 6, 1957 and to 
				Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			030 (323 SRS/91 SRG) crashed 4 mi NE of Ellington AFB, TX May 7, 1951.
			031 in 1954 was with 19th TRS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 23, 1957 and 
				to Rhein Main AB, West Germany for fire practice use
			032 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 47th BW.  Crashed in Goose Bay, Canada Aug 4, 1951. Wreckage still extant in 2009. 
			034 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use.
			035 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]; 1957: 84th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 9, 1957 and to 
				RAF Alconbury for fire practice use
			036 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
			037 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Struck off charge at San Bernardino AMA, Norton AFB, CA Dec 17, 1957
			038 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]
			039 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW] w/o Dec 24, 1952 in crash 14 mi SE of Pine Bluff, Arizona
			040 1951: 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Struck off charge at San Bernardino AMA, Norton AFB, CA Oct 8, 1957
			041 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
				Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
			043 1951: 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [66th TRW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 26, 1957 and to 
				RAF Woodbridge for fire practice use
48-044		Douglas QF-24A-DE Dauntless
			MSN 1538
			Originally A-24A-DE 42-6783, remanufactured as drone aircraft
48-045		Douglas DF-24B-DT Dauntless 
			Originally A-24B-DT, remanufactured as drone director aircraft
48-046/052	Boeing B-50D-70-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15855/15861.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			All converted to TB-50D aircrew trainers and later to KB-50 tankers
			046 converted to KB-50D, prototype for subsequent KB-50J and KB-50K programs.
			047 converted to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
			048 (MSM 15857) damaged in taxi accident Jan 19, 1950 at McClellan AFB, California.
				622nd Air Refuelling Squadron/4505th Air Refuelling Wing, England AFB, LA.  To MASDC May 27, 1963.
				To reclamation Jan 27, 1964.  Scrapped at MASDC.
			049 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC.   Decleared excess Feb 29, 1964
			050 (MSN 15859) 622nd Air Refuelling Squadron/4505th Air Refuelling Wing, England AFB, LA.  To MASDC May 24, 1963.
				To reclamation Dec 25, 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC
			051 (MSN 15860) 622nd Air Refuelling Squadron/4505th Air Refuelling Wing, England AFB, LA.  To MASDC Jun 24, 1963.
				To reclamation Feb 18, 1964.  Scrapped at MASDC
			052 burned on ground at Birmingham MAP Jan 9, 1957 while being converted into KB-50 tanker.
48-053/062	Boeing B-50D-75-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15862/15871
			053 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
			054 converted to KB-50J.  Damaged on ground at MacDill AFB Nov 5, 1962 when airman accidentally fired a rocket pod 
				on another F-84F aircraft during weapons maintenance.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			055 w/o 30 Jan 1953 Savannah, GA
			056 damaged May 8, 1950 at Offutt AFB, Nebraska
			057 (MSN 15866) 2nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. To MASDC Feb 14, 1953.  Departed Jan 7, 1957.
				To Birmingham Modification Center, Birmingham, AL. Converted to KB-50 Aug 11, 1957.
				Returned to service with 622nd Air Refuelling Squadron/45055h Air Refuelling Wing, England AFB, LA.
			058 (MSN 15867) converted to JB-50D.  Sperry Gyroscope CO, INC, Long Island Macarthur Airport, NY.  To MASDC May 19, 1959.
				To reclamation Sep 1, 1959.  Scrapped at MASDC.
			059 (MSN 15868) 97th Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Biggs AFB, TX.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1954.  Departed Nov 22 1956.
				To Birmingham Modification Center, Birmingham, AL.  converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  Returned to
				service with 421st Air Refuelling Squadron/41st Air Division, Yokota AFB Japan.
				To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  To reclamation Mar 23, 1965.  Scrapped at MASDC
			060 (MSN 15869) converted to WB-50D.  53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group, 
				RAF Mildenhall, UK.  To MASDC Mar 10, 1960. To reclamation May 6, 1960.  Scrapped at MASDC
			061 (MSN 15870) 2nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Hunter AFB, GA.  To MASDC Feb 12, 1953.   Departed Dec 5, 1956.
				To Birmingham Modification Center, Birmingham, AL.  Returned to service with 810th Air Base Group,
				Biggs AFB, TX.
			062 converted to KB-50.  With 662nd ARS (England AFB) blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 9, 1962.
				All 11 crew killed.
48-063/072	Boeing B-50D-80-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15872/15881.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			063 (MSN 15872) converted to KB-50 later to KB-50J.  431st Air Refuelling Squadron/4505th Air Refuelling Wing, Biggs AFB, TX.
				To MASDC Sep 16, 1963  To reclamation Feb 20, 1964.  Scrapped at MASDC.
			064 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			065 converted to KB-50J.   Crashed (421st ARS) in Thailand Oct 14, 1964 shortly after takeoff on 
				training mission while supporting Yankee missions over Laos.  Corrosion found in wreckage
				led to early retirement of KB-50 fleet and its replacement with KC-135s.
			066 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1965.
			067 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			068 (MSN 15877) converted to JTB-50D as mother ship for X-7/XQ-5 programs.  bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, 
				Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used by Bell as a director aircraft for 
				Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system [System 112A]. Designated 
				EB-50D. Director airplane No. 8. Returned to USAF 1954.  Lockheed Aircraft Corp, Holloman AFB, NM.
				To MASDC May 31, 1960.  Departed Oct 24, 1960.  To Douglas Aircraft Corp, El Segundo, CA.
				To MASDC Jul 10, 1961.  Declared excess Apr 12, 1962. Scrapped at MASDC.
				Scrapped at MASDC.
			069 used as mother ship for X-9 program.  Bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara 
				Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used by Bell between Jun 1953 and Nov 1954 to ferry 
				the GAM-63A missile for Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile system 
				[System 112A]. Designated EB-50D, later as JB-50D. Ferrying airplane No. 2. 
			070 w/o Jan 10, 1951 near Edwards AFB when it struck a
				ridge while flying in overcast.  All aboard killed.
			071 (MSN 158800 converted to WB-50D.  56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, Yokota AFB, Japan.  To MASDC Mar 8, 1963.
				Scrapped at MASDC.
			072 w/o Feb 27, 1956 at Wilmington Pike, Ohio.  11 killed.
48-073/082	Boeing B-50D-85-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15882/15891.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			073 (MSN 15882) Collided in midair with 48-089 Jan 8, 1953 near Hunter AFB, GA.
				48-089 crashed, 48-073 survived.  2nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Hunter AFB, GA.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1953.
				Departed Jun 5, 1956.  To Lockheed Air Service Inc, Burbank, CA.  Converted to WB-50D Dec 31, 1956.
				Returned to service with 55th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, McClellan AFB, CA.  Back to MASDC Jun 7, 1963.
				Scrapped at MASDC.
			074 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965.
			075 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used by 
				Bell as a director aircraft for Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal missile 
				system [System 112A]. Designated EB-50D, later as JDB-50D. Director airplane No. 4. Transferred 
				to Holloman Air Defense Center, NM 26Aug54 for launching the XB-63 Rascal airframes Nos. 12 to 35 
				[the XB-63 was initially referred to as a Pilotless Parasite Bomber, later redesignated as XGAM-63].
			076 (MSN 15885) converted to WB-50D.  Damaged in landing at MacDill AFB, Florida Jun 6, 1950.
				53rd Weather Rcconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.
				To MASDC Aug 16, 1963.  to reclamation Sep 6, 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC
			077 (MSN 15886) converted to WB-50D.  55rd Weather Rcconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group,
				McClellan AFB, CA. To MASDC Jun 7, 1963. Scrapped at MASDC.
			078 to MASDC Jan 12, 1953.  Returned to service Oct 22, 1956 and converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  
				Assigned to 622nd AFRES, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB,
				Bermuda Feb 9 1962.  All 11 crew killed.
			079 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965.
			080 converted to KB-50
			081 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965
			082 to MASDC Dec 9, 1953, returned to service Aug 28, 1576 and converted to KB-50.  
				With 662nd ARS (England AFB) blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 9, 1962.
				All 11 crew killed.
48-083/092	Boeing B-50D-90-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15892/15901
			083 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			084 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			085 (MSN 15894) converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J. As KB-50J active with 420th Air 
				Refuelling Squadron at RAF Sculthorpe.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			086 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			087 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			088 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared
				excess Mar 23, 1965
			089 crashed after midair collision with 48-073 Jan 8, 1953, near Hunter AFB, GA.  All crew killed.
				48-073 survived.
			090 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess
				Mar 23, 1965.
			091 w/o 6 Nov 1952 crash in a gale-2 miles W. of Great Dunmow, England  11 crew killed
			092 damaged in landing accident Jan 31, 1950 at Lakenheath, UK.  w/o 27 Aug 1953  crash landing 12 miles S. of Caprock, NM.
48-093/102	Boeing B-50D-95-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15902/15911.  Transfers to MASDC from wwww.amarcxperience.com
			093 converted to KB-50J.  I have it as a WB-50D with 58 WRS which crashed and burned on
				takeoff from Eielson AFB, AK Jan 17, 1957 with ll killed.
			094 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			095 converted to WB-50D.  To MASDC May 19, 1965.  Declared excess
				May 24, 1966
			096 converted to EB-50D as mothership for X-2 program.  Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research 
				Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  Was replacement for B-50A 460011 that suffered accident May 12, 1953 with
				X-2 46-675.  Carried X-2 46-674 for its flight program
			097 (MSN 15906) converted to WB-50D.  56th Weather Reonnaissance Squadron, Yokota AFB, Japan
				To MASDC Dec 30, 1963.  To reclamation Jun 26, 1964.  Scrapped at MASDC
			098 converted to KB-50J.  I have it as a WB-50D with 56 WRS which crashed during
				night approach at Yokota AB, Japan Dec 28, 1956.  10 killed, 2 survived.
			099 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			100 (MSN 15909) converted to WB-50D.  53rd Weather Reconnaissance Detachment, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.
				To MASDC Sep 16, 1963.  To reclamation Dec 26, 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC.
			101 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
			102 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
48-103/112	Boeing B-50D-100-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15912/15921.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			103 (MSN 15912) 2nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Hunter AFB, GA.  to MASDC Nov 19, 1953, 
				Departed Nov 8, 1956.  To Birmingham Modification Center, Birmingham AL.  
				Converted to KB050 May 22 1957.  Returned to service with 622nd Air Refuelling Squadron/4505th Air Refuelling Wing
				England AFB 
			104 (MSN 15913) 97th Bombardment (Medium) wing, Biggs AFB, TX.  To MASDC Dec 29, 1953.  departed Apr 13, 1956.
				To Lockheed Air Service Inc, Burbank, CA.  Converted to WB-50D Jan 15, 1957.  Returned to service with
				Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Back to MASDC Jan 11, 1960.  To reclamation Apr 1, 1960.
				Scrapped at MASDC.
			105 (MSN 15914) 2nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Hunter AFB, GA.  To MASDC Nov 26, 1953.  Departed Apr 17, 1956.
				To Lockheed Air Service Inc, Burbank, CA.  modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft Jan 28, 1957.
				Returned to service with 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, Anderson AFB, Guam.  Back to MASDC Mar 8, 1963.
				Scrapped at MASDC.
			106 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
			107 converted to KB-50.  To MASDC Jan 1965.  Declared surplus Mar 1965
			108 (MSN 15917) modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft. 58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, Yokota AF, Japan.
				To MASDC May 31, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 24, 1966.  Scrapped at MASDC.
			109 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
			110 (MSN 15919) converted to WB-50D. 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group, 
				Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  To MASDC Sep 4, 1963.  To reclamation Jan 13, 1964.  Scrapped at MASDC
			111 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and 
				used by Bell as a director aircraft for Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal 
				missile system [System 112A]. Designated EB-50D, later as JDB-50D. Director airplane No. 4. 
				Transferred to Holloman Air Defense Center, NM for launching the XB-63 Rascal airframes 
				Nos. 12 to 35 [the XB-63 was initially referred to as a Pilotless Parasite Bomber, later 
				redesignated as XGAM-63]. Later modified by removing the director guidance equipment and 
				launch gear to install an anti-jam radar set.
			112 (MSN 15921) converted to WB-50D.  54rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group,
				Andersen AFB, Guam.  To MASDC Jan 12, 1960.  To reclamation Apr 1, 1960.  Scrapped at MASDC.
48-113/127	Boeing B-50D-105-BO Superfortress
			MSN 15994/16008.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			113 (MSN 15994) modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather 
				Reconnaissance Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  To MASDC Aut 5, 1963.  To reclamation Dec 3, 1963
				Scrapped at MASDC
			114 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  A plane marked as 80114 was 
				at WPAFB for many years, but is now at MacDill AFB, FL.  But the plane marked as 80114 is actually 49-0389
			116 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
			117 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  With 622nd ARS, experienced massive left wing fire after failure of the turbine wheel on
				the left auxiliary J47 engine and crashed into sea about 6 mi from Bermuda Oct 20, 1963.  Of the 8 aboard, all
				survived except the aircraft commander and a passenger mechanic.
			118 (MSN 15999) converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J. 426th Air Refuelling Squadron/7375th Combat Csupport Group,
				RAF Sculthorpe, UK.  To MASDC Mar 19, 1964.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
			119 (MSN 16000) 97th Bombardment (Medium) wing, Biggs AFB, TX.  to MASDC Jan 11, 1954.  Departed Par 8, 1956.
				To Birmingham Modification Center, Birmingham, AL.  converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  
				Returned to service with 421st Air Refuelling squadron/ 41st Air Division, Yokota AFB, Japan.
				Back to MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.  Scrapped at MASDC
			120 (MSN 16001) converted to WB-50D.  54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group,
				Andersen AFB, Guam.  To MASDC Jan 19. 1960.  To reclamation Apr 3, 1960.  Scrapped at MASDC.
			121 (MSN 16002) modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft. 55th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron/9th Weather Reconnaissance Group,
				McClellan AFB, CA.  To MASDC Mar 1, 1963.  To reclamation Dec 4, 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC. 
			122 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Crashed with 56th WRS
				1 hour after takeoff from Yokota AB, Japan Sep 8, 1960.  11 killed.
			123 (MSN 16004) converted to KB-50, in 1956 carried out first triple-point refuelling operation by
				a KB-50D. later converted to KB-50J.  622nd Air Refuelling squadron. 4505th Air Refuelling Wing, England AFB, LA.
				To MASDC Jan 16, 1963.  To reclamation May 21 1963.  Scrapped at MASDC 
			124 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
			125 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.   Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			126 bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, Niagara Falls Airport, NY. Modified and used 
				by Bell to ferry the GAM-63A missile for Project MX-776, the development of the GAM-63 Rascal 
				missile system [System 112A]. Designated EB-50D, later as JB-50D. Ferrying airplane No. 12. 
			127 modified as RB-50D under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered 
				to 7406th Support Squadron Apr 1956.  To MASDC May 20, 1965 and dropped from
				inventory as surplus Mar 24, 1966.
48-128		Grumman A-9A-GR Goose
			JRF-5 MSN B-21 BuNo 34092 acquired from Navy Oct 1947 for use in test of "pantobase"
				concept.  Returned to US Navy Apr 21, 1949.  Many references list this serial number as a cancelled 
				contract for Curtiss YRF-87A Nighthawk
48-129/316	North American F-86A-5-NA Sabre 
			MSN 151-43498/43685.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcxperience.com
			Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org/f86a-sabre_476050-49339.html
			Originally ordered as F-86B.
			129 (MSN 151-43498) 1950 94th FIS, 1st FG. 1955 Utah ANG 191st FIS.   w/o at Salt Lake
				City Airport, Utah Jul 30, 1955
			130 (MSN 151-43499) 1949 USAF94th FIS, 1st FIG.  191st FIs/151st FIW, Salt Lake City IAP, UT. 
				To MASDC Mar 19, 1958.  To reclamation Apr 26, 1958
			131 (MSN 151-43500) with Delaware ANG Jun 1954-Nov 1956. 113rd FIS. 161st FIG, Hulman Field, Terre Haute, IN.
				To MASDC Mar 2, 1958.  To reclamation Apr 28, 1958
			132 (MSN 151-43501) USAF 27th FIS. W/o in Nevada Nov 5, 1952
			133 (MSN 151-43502) USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).  1950: USAF 27th FIS.
				USAF 56th FG w/o in Ohio Oct 9, 1955
			134 (MSN 151-43503) 1952: USAF 4905th AMG.   Arizona ANG 197th FIS
				107th FIS/161st FIW, Sky Harbor IAP, Phoenix, AZ.  To MASDC Mar 21, 1958.  
				To reclamation Apr 28, 1958
			135 (MSN 151-43504) 1949 USAF 84th FIS, 1st FIG.
				in mid-air collision with F-86A 48-191 over Gorman, CA
				Jun 10, 1949.  One pilot killed, other bailed out.
			136 (MSN 151-43505) 1951: Washington ANG 116th FIS.  W/o at Geiger Field, Washington May 18, 1951
			137 (MSN 151-43506) 1952-53: USAF 3595th PTG
				Crashed 8 mi S of Temple Bar, AZ Mar 5, 1953 on combat maneuvering flight
				out of Nellis AFB.  Plane turned too sharp, and snapped the horizontal stabilizers.
				Pilot ejected but was killed.
			138 (MSN 151-43507) 1951: USAF 3595th PTG.  1955: DC ANG 121st FIS. 
				crashed into Chesapeake Bay May 5, 1955.  Pilot was killed
			139 (MSN 151-43508) 1952: USAF 3595th PTG.  W/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Jun 18, 1952
			140 (MSN 151-43509) 1952: USAF 3595th PTG.
				Crashed near Indian Springs, Nevada Jul 10, 1952.  Pilot was killed.
			141 (MSN 151-43510) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) crashed on takeoff from Pittsburg Airport, 
				Pennsylvania Feb 24, 1951.  Pilot was killed.
				Also noted as surviving until at least 11/1952? Crashed in Nevada on 11/26/1952 
				with the 3595th PTG?
			142 (MSN 151-43511) (1st FIG, 27th FIS) forcelanded at Griffiss AFB, NY Sep 21, 1950
			143 (MSN 151-43512) 1954: Washington ANG 116th FIS.  W/o at Gowan Field, Idaho Jun 18, 1954
			144 (MSN 151-43513) w/o in Nevada Nov 26, 1952
			145 (MSN 151-43514) 1950: &SAF 94th FIS, 1st FIG. (3595 FTG, 3525 AGS) crashlanded at 
				Nellis AFB, NV Jan 26, 1953 
			146 (MSN 151-43515)
			147 (MSN 151-43516) 194th FIS/144th FIG, Fresno Air Terminal, CA.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1958.  
				To reclamation Apr 28, 1958.
			148 (MSN 151-43517) 1950: USAF 27th FIS (1st FIG).  1952: USAF 3595th PTG.
				w/o at Nellis AFB, NV May 26, 1952.
			149 (MSN 151-43518) (27th FIS, 1st FIG) crashed near Sandwich, Massachusetts Feb 14, 1951.
			150 (MSN 151-43519) 1954: Washington ANG 116th FIS.
				Crashed near Geiger Field, Washington due to engine failureMay 28, 1954
			151 (MSN 151-43520) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) w/o at March AFB, California Dec 13, 1949
			152 (MSN 151-43521) USAF 1st FIG.  1951: USAF 62nd FIS (56th FIG).
				1951: USAF 93rd FIS.  (93rd FIS) w/o at Chicago-O'Hare airport, Illinois Feb 27, 1951.
			153 (MSN 151-43522) 1949: USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).  1952: USAF 97th FIS (142nd FIG).
				1953: USAF 469th FIS (516th ADG).  Idaho ANG 190th FIS.
				Also listed as(1st FIG) w/o in Ohio Jan 3, 1952
			154 (MSN 151-43523) (196th FIS, California ANG) w/o at Van Nuys ANGB, California Dec 9, 1955
			155 (MSN 151-43524) 1949: USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).  1953: USAF 3595th PTG.
				W/o in California May 31, 1949
			156 (MSN 151-43525) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) crashed near Ryan Field/Nemet, California after a 
				collision with 47-633 Feb 3, 1950.  May have been repaired.  Later to USAF 56th FG.
			157 (MSN 151-43526) 1951 USAF 3595th PTG.  Crash landed near Indian Springs, Nevada Apr 3, 1951.  
				Pilot was killed. To reclamation Nellis AFB Apr 4, 1951
			158 (MSN 151-43527) (94th FIS, 1st FG) w/o at George AFB, California Feb 27, 1951.
			159 (MSN 151-43528) (94th FIS) w/o at Griffiss AFB, New York Mar 18, 1951.
			160 (MSN 151-43529) 1949: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG).  California ANG 196th FIS.
				(115th FIS, CA ANG) in midair collision with F-86A 49-1221 S of 
				Colfred, AZ Mar 17, 1956.
			161 (MSN 151-43530) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) crash landed near Beaumont, California Jul 18, 1949
				due to engine failure.
			162 (MSN 151-43531) 1955: Utah ANG 191st FBS.  W/o Jun 7, 1955 Luray, Virginia
			163 (MSN 151-43532) crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Jan 25, 1952 after a collision with 
				F-86A 49-1194. Pilot was killed.
			164 (MSN 151-43533) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) w/o at George AFB, California Sep 20, 1951
			165 (MSN 151-43534) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) damaged at March AFB, California Feb 13, 1950.  Must have been repaired.
				156th FIS/145th FIG Douglas MAP, Charlotte, NC.  To MASDC Oct 31, 1957.  To reclamation May 27, 1958
			166 (MSN 151-43535) 1952: USAF 3595th PTG.  Crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada Mar 19, 1952.
				Pilot was killed.
			167 (MSN 151-43536) 1951-52: USAF 3595th PTG.
				Stalled and crashed near Nellis AFB, Nevada Ju 13, 1952
			168 (MSN 151-43537) 1953: USAF 3595th PTG.  1955: California ANG 144th FBG.
				1958: California ANG 194th FIS.  (194th FIS, California ANG) crashed near Pine Flat 
				Reservoir near Fresno, California Jan 12, 1958.  Pilot was killed.
			169 (MSN 151-43538) 1953: USAF 3595th PTG.  1954: Wisconsin ANG 176th FIS
				w/o May 15, 1954 Truax Field, Wisconsin
			170 (MSN 151-43539) (3077 EG, HQ Sqn) crashlanded near Uwalde, TX Jun 9, 1950.
				Also listed at Converted to North American F-86A-7.   USAF 3077th EG HQ.
				1950: AFFTC.  1952: FTD Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
			171 (MSN 151-43540) 197th FIS/161st FIW, Sky Harbor IAP, Phoenix, AZ.  To MASDC May 2, 1958. 
				To reclamation May 27, 1958.
			172 (MSN 151-43541) 1949: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG).  1951: USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).
				w/o at Pittsburgh airport, Pennsylvania May 3, 1951.
			173 (MSN 151-43542) 1949: USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).  W/o Aug 29, 1949 in crash 18 mi W of 
				Indigo, California due to hydraulics failure.
			174 (MSN 151-43543) (1st FIG) w/o at Fresno Airport, California Mar 8, 1955.
			175 (MSN 151-43544)
			176 (MSN 151-43545)  Washington ANG.  Given civilian registration G-SABR.
 				Preserved at RAF Duxford Museum, England, falsely marked as 0178
			177 (MSN 151-43546) w/o in Nevada Mar 28, 1952.
			178 (MSN 151-43547) delivered to USAF Feb 1949.  1951: USAF 93rd FIS.  USAF 1st FIG.
				USAF 83rd FIS.  USAF 4th FIG.  California ANG 196th FIS.  1961: Withdrawn from use.  
				To Fresno Engineering Technical College.  Noted
				in Fresno scrapyard in 1970.  Bought by Jim Larson, later to Ben Hall.  Restored in 1974 by Ben Hall
				To civil registry as N68388, then to N178 with Fort Wayne Services, Inc, Indiana Jun 15, 1989.  Cancelled 
				Nov 5, 1991 on export to UK, then G-SABR with Golden Apple Operations Ltd Nov 6. 1991 with MSN 151-083 (sic)
				Sold to new owner in USA Jun 2014.  Assigned registration of N48178 with Heritage Air LLC Nov 25, 2014.  Restored
				and now owned by John Swrtz of Afton, OK.
			179 (MSN 151-43548) 1950: USAF 334th FIS, 4th FIG.  W/o at New Castle AFB, Delaware Oct 13, 1950.  
				Restored in 1974 by Be Hall Seattle, WA.  Sold at unknown date to Golden Apple Trust and 
				still airworthy.
			180 (MSN 151-43549) 1953 USA 93rd FIS.  w/o at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Apr 1, 1953.
			181 (MSN 151-43550) 1949: USAF 94th FIS, 1st FIG. w/o at Turner AFB, GA May 26, 1949.  
				Also reported as crashing on takeoff from Inglewood APT, CA Apr 18, 1949.  Pilot was killed.
			182 (MSN 151-43551) 1st FIG w/o at Long Beach, CA Dec 14, 1951.
			183 (MSN 151-43552) 1950: USAF 334th FIS (4th FIG).  1951: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).
				Converted in Japan to RF-86A. 1952: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRG).
				3/14/1952: Crashed near Kimpo AB, South Korea
			184 (MSN 151-43553) (71st FIS, 1st FIG) overshot runway at Chanute AFB, IL and w/o Sep 6, 1949
			185 (MSN 151-43554) 1952: USAF 3595th PTG.  W/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Apr 16, 1952.
			186 (MSN 151-43555) 195th FIS/147th FIG, Van Nuys Airport, CA.
			187 (MSN 151-43556) 1951: USAF 4th FIG.  Converted in Japan to RF-86A.  
				1952: USAF 15th TRS/67th TRG.  W/o at Kimpo AFB, South Korea Dec 21, 1952.
			188 (MSN 151-43557) (6570 COTG, 6570 CTS) crashlanded 25 mi S of Aberdeen, MD Jan 15, 1953
				due to engine failure.
			189 (MSN 151-43558) (1st FG, 94th FS) stalled and crashed 13 mi SE of Hesperia, CA Aug 12, 1950.
			190 (MSN 151-43559) 1954: Idaho ANG 190th FIS.
			191 (MSN 151-43560) 1949: USAF 84th FIS/1st FIG.  w/o Jun 10, 1949 in crash 4 mi SE of Gorman, 
				California after collision with F-86A 48-135
			192 (MSN 151-43561) (27th FIS/1st FIG) w/o at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Aug 2, 1950.
			193 (MSN 151-43562) (94th FIS, 1st FIG) w/o Feb 8, 1950 in crash 2 mi W of Palm Springs, California
				due to engine failure.
			194 (MSN 151-43563) 113th FIS/181st FIG, Hulman field, Terre Haute, IN.  To MASDC May 7, 1958
				To reclamation May 27, 1958
			195 (MSN 151-43564) converted in Japan to RF-86A. 195th FIS/146th FIW, Van Nuys Airport, CA.
				To MASDC Dec 9, 1957.  To reclamation May 27, 1958
			196 (MSN 151-43565) converted in Japan to RF-86A. 1952: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).
				1954: California ANG 115th FBS.  195th FIS/146th FIW, Van Nuys Airport, CA
				To MASDC Nov 9, 1957.  To reclamation May 27, 1958.
			197 (MSN 151-43566) w/o at George AFB, California Nov 8, 1950.
			198 (MSN 151-43567) 1950: USAF 335th FIS/4th FIG.  W/o 25 Jan 1950 in crash 20 miles N. of 
				Langley AFB, VA due to engine failure.
			199 (MSN 151-43568) 1949: USAF 3200th PTG.  W/o Nov 2, 1949 in crash 10 mi SE of 
				Panama City, Florida due to engine failure.
			200 (MSN 151-43569) USAF 4th FIG.  1952: USAF 3595th PTG.
				W/o at Nellis AFB, NV Aug 12, 1952. Currently on display at Clay, NY
			201 (MSN 151-43570) 1951: USAF 63rd FIS (56th FIG).  1951: USAF 58th FIS (33rd FIG).
				USAF 4th FIG.  USAF 3596th FTW.  USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).  USAF 3595th CCTW.
				1953: Wisconsin ANG 126th FBS.
				197th FIS/161st FIW, Sky Harbor IAP, Phoenix, AZ.  To MASDC May 14, 1958  
				To reclamaion May 27, 1958
			202 (MSN 151-43571) 1950: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).  W/o in Pennsylvania Aug 6, 1950
			203 (MSN 151-43572)(336th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o in landing accident at Langley AFB, Virginia Mar 30, 1950
			204 (MSN 151-43573) (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed 15 mi S of March AFB, CA Jul 12, 1950
			205 (MSN 151-43574) (56th FG) w/o at March AFB, California Aug 31, 1949
			206 (MSN 151-43575) (141st FIS, New Jersey ANG) Crashed near McGuire AFB in New Jersey Nov 6, 1955.
				Pilot was killed.
			207 (MSN 151-43576) 1951: USAF 63rd FIS (56th FIG).  Crashed near Oscoda AFB, Michigan Sep 20, 1951
				due to engine fire.
			208 (MSN 151-43577)  appeared in 1958 film "The Hunters".  115th FIS/148th FIG, Van Nuys Airport, CA.
				To MASDC Nov 12, 1957.  To reclamation May 27, 1958.
			209 (MSN 151-43578) used as chase plane at Edwards AFB, California.  W/o in Ohio Aug 18, 1949. Used in nuclear test series 
				OPERATION SNAPPER (1952):
			210 (MSN 151-43579) (71st FS/1st FIG) w/o at Rome AAF, New York Nov 20, 1950
			211 (MSN 151-43580) (196th FIS, California ANG) crashed near Delaware City, Delaware Aug 24, 1950
			212 (MSN 151-43581) 1952 USAF 3595th PTG.  Crashed near Boulder City, NV Dec 11, 1952
				after a collision with F-86A 49-1021.
			213 (MSN 151-43582) (27th FIS, 1st FIG) w/o at Griffiss AFB, New York Jan 19, 1951.
			214 (MSN 151-43583) 1949-50: USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).   5/20/1950: Set a world speed record.
				1951: USAF 63rd FIS (56th FIG).  1957: Indiana ANG 113th FIS.
				(113th FIS, Indiana ANG) w/o at Hulman Field, Indiana Feb 17, 1957
			215 (MSN 151-43584) (4th FIG) w/o in Japan Mar 25, 1951
			216 (MSN 151-43585) (1st FIG) w/o at Langley AFB, Virginia Dec 16, 1949
			217 (MSN 151-43586) USAF 4th FIG.  Converted in Japan to RF-86A. 1952: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).
				1952: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).   Shot down by AAA with 67th TRW, 15th TRS
				 Jun 27, 1952.  Pilot KIA
			218 (MSN 151-43587) 1951: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).  W/o at Johnson AB in Japan Mar 21, 1951
			219 (MSN 151-43588) 158th FIS/145th FIG, Douglas MAP, Charlotte, NC. To MASDC Dec 9, 1958.  
				To reclamation May 2, 1958
			220 (MSN 151-43589) 1953: USAF 15th FIS.  Crashed near Tucson, Arizona Dec 5, 1953
				due to engine failure.
			221 (MSN 151-43590) (336th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed Jan 4, 1954 near Buckroe Beach Bay, Virginia.
				Pilot was killed.
			222 (MSN 151-43591) (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crashlanded at Langley AFB, VA Jul 13, 1950.
				1952: USAF 3595th PTG.  4/28/1952: Crashed near Overton, NV. Pilot was killed
			223 (MSN 151-43592) 1950: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).  1952: USAF 3595th PTG.  1954: Idaho ANG 190th FIS.
				W/o Feb 24, 1954 in crash 28 mi S of Mountain Home AB, Idaho in midair collision 
				with F-86A 48-240.  Pilot was killed.
			224 (MSN 151-43593) (93rd FIS) crashed near Eldora, New Jersey Sep 30, 1949.  Pilot was killed.
			225 (MSN 151-43594) 115th FIS/146th FIG, Van Nuys Airport, CA.  To MASDC Nov 26, 1957. 
				To reclamation May 27, 1958
			226 (MSN 151-43595) 194th FIS;144th FIG, Fresno Air Terminal, CA.  To MASDC Apr 2, 1958.  
				To reclamation Apr 28, 1958
			227 (MSN 151-43596) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o at Andrews AFB, MD Oct 12, 1950
			228 (MSN 151-43597) 163rd Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squsdron/163rd FIG, Ontario MAP, CA.		
				To MASDC Oct 8, 1958.  To reclamation Feb 2, 1959
			229 (MSN 151-43598) 1950: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).  1952: USAF 3595th PTG.
				W/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Jul 8, 1952
			230 (MSN 151-43599) 163rd Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squsdron/163rd FIG, Ontario MAP, CA.		
				To MASDC Jan 20, 1959.  To reclamation Mar 2, 1959
			231 (MSN 151-43600) (3595 FTG, 3525 AGS) crashed 19 mi NE of Indian Springs, Nevada Jan 26, 1953.
				Pilot was killed.
			232 (MSN 151-43601) (336th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o Apr 13, 1951 in crash 10 mi N of Johnson AB, Japan
			233 (MSN 151-43602) (23rd FIG) w/o at Dover AFB, Delaware Oct 16, 1950.  Repaired?
			234 (MSN 151-43603) (336th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o Apr 23, 1950 in takeoff accident at Laurinbug-Maxton AB, North Carolina
			235 (MSN 151-43604) 1951: USAF 71st FIS (1st FIG).  1952: USAF 3595th PTG
				W/o at Nellis AFB in Nevada May 3, 1952
			236 (MSN 151-43605)  w/o at Oscada AFB, Michigan Sep 27, 1951.  Also listed as
				crashed Feb 3, 1953 on the Porkchop Range near Indian Springs, NV due to engine failure.
			237 (MSN 151-43606) (334th FS, 4th FG) crashed into river off Langley AFB, Virginia Jan 4, 1950
				due to engine failure.
			238 (MSN 151-43607) (334th FIS, 4th FIG) flamed out, caught fire, and crashed in wooded area and disintegrated
				2 mi W of New Castle County Apt, DE Sep 17, 1950. Pilot was killed
			239 (MSN 151-43608) 1951: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).  USAF 93rd FIS.  1957: California ANG 115th FIS.
				(115th FIS, California ANG) w/o Mar 18, 1957
			240 (MSN 151-43609) 1951: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG).  1952: USAF 3595th PTG.
				1954: Idaho ANG 190th FIS.  W/o Feb 24, 1954 in midair collsion with 48-223 near 
				Mountain Home AFB, Idaho
			241 (MSN 151-43610) listed as w/o at Langley AFB, Virginia Mar 3, 1950, but reported as 
				being active in Korea.
			242 (MSN 151-43611) USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).
				Was an AFOG(Air Force Orientation Group) display and went out with both wings and all tail feathers at first 
				to be set up and taken down at various sites such as county fairs, shopping center parking lots, etc.
				To civil registry as N196B.  Was preserved at Planes of Fame, Chino, California.
				Was on display at American Air Museum, Duxford UK but
				now in Hangar 5.  Has left Duxford for Midland Air Museum at Coventry.  Is a
				composite airframe with F-86E wings, having been used by USAF as wingless
				traveling exhibit before going to Planes of Fame, Chino, CA from whom the
				Imperial War Museum acquired it.  Noted Sep 2005 at Midland Air Museum,
				Coventry, England.
			243 (MSN 151-43612) 194th FIS/144th FIG, Fresno Air Terminal, CA.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1958.  
				To reclamation Apr 28, 1958.
			244 (MSN 151-43613) (3596th CCTS) w/o at Andrews AFB, Maryland Aug 28, 1950
			245 (MSN 151-43614) (4th FIG, 336th FIS) crash landed at Langley AFB, VA Jun 2, 1950.
			246 (MSN 151-43615) 1950: USAF 334th FIS (4th FIG).  Converted in Japan to RF-86A.  
				With 15th TRS, 67th TRW engine compressor failed and had smoke in the cockpit and
				pilot ejected 10 mi W of Suwon, South Korea Sep 5, 1952.  Pilot was rescued.
			247 (MSN 151-43616) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed near Elberon, Virginia Feb 8, 1950
			248 (MSN 151-43617) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed near Quantico, Virginia Oct 18, 1950 
				after collision with two other F-86As (48-266 and 48-268)
			249 (MSN 151-43618) 1951-52: USAF 71st FIS (103rd FIG).  1955: North Carolina ANG 156th FIS
				W/o in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Aug 30, 1956
			250 (MSN 151-43619) 1951: USAF 63rd FIS (56th FIG).  1954: USAF 469th FIS (516th ADG).
				W/o at McGhee-Tyson airport in Tennessee Feb 1, 1954
			251 (MSN 151-43620) (4th FIG, 335th FIS) flamed out due fuel starvation and 
				crashed at K-14, Korea Jan 25, 1952.
			252 (MSN 151-43621) 1952: USAF 3595th PTG.  1953: Washington ANG 116th FIS.
				1955: California ANG 115th FIS.  (115th FIS, California ANG) w/o Sep 5, 1955.
			253 (MSN 151-43622) 1953: USAF 94th FIS (1st FIG).  Crashed on takeoff at George AFB, California 
				due to engine failure Feb 13, 1953.  Pilot was killed.
			254 (MSN 151-43623) 156th FIS/145th FIG, Douglas MAP, Charlotte, NC.  To MASDC Dec 4, 1957.  
				To reclaamtion May 27, 1958.
			255 (MSN 151-43624) (94th FIS, 1st FIG) crashed Nov 17, 1950 at George AFB after emergency landing at short
				airstrip caused by tailpipe temperature warning light.  Tires blew on landing
				and aircraft ran off end of runway and caught fire.  Pilot escaped unhurt.
			256 (MSN 151-43625) (4th FIG, 334th FIS) explosion and flameout while on combat
				mission over North Korea Sept 13, 1951.  Pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea.
			257 (MSN 151-43626) converted in Japan to RF-86A. 1952: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).
				1954: DC ANG 121st FBS.  6/16/1954: Crashed near Otis ANG, MA due to engine failure
			258 (MSN 151-43627) 1954: USAF 78th FBS (81st FBG).
				163rd FIS/122nd FIG, Baer Field/Fort Wayne, IN.  To MASDC Oct 6, 1958.  
				To reclamation Feb 2, 1959
			259 (MSN 151-43628) 1950-51: USAF 334th FIS (4th FIG).  1951: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).
				(336th FIS, 4th FIG) suffered engine failure near Taegu AB, South Korea Nov 9, 1951.  
				Pilot ejected and was rescued.
			260 (MSN 151-43629) Ca. 1949: TOS USAF.  7/49: 4th Fighter Interceptor Group, Langley AFB, VA.
				12/50: Transported by ship to Japan for service in Korea.
				12/50: Based at Kimpo AB, Korea. First F-86 unit in Korea. Most of this aircraft’s combat missions were 
					against MiG-15s.
				By 1956: 116th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 141st Fighter-Interceptor Group (ANG), Geiger Field, Spokane, WA.
				Unknown date: Redesignated as JF-86A for tests.
				By 6/72:  Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Paul Garber Facility, Silver Hill, MD. 
					Marked as when in Korea.
				By 12/05: Smithsoniam, National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Reston, VA.
			261 (MSN 151-43630) (336th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed near Indian Springs in Nevada Aug 10, 1953.
				Pilot was killed.
			262 (MSN 151-43631) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o in hard landing at Laurinburg-Maxton AFB, 
				North Carolina Apr 30, 1950
			263 (MSN 151-43632) 8/1949: Built.  1949: USAF 2757th ABS.  1949: USAF 334th FIS (4th FIG).
				1950: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).  1951: USAF 334th FIS (4th FIG).  1952: USAF 4th FIG.
				USAF 93rd FIS (81st FIG).  1956: Struck off charge.
				Was formerly at New England Air Museum, to storage at USAF Museum, WPAFB, Dayton, OH.  
				To MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio
			264 (MSN 151-43633) with 92nd FIS, 81st FIW. 156th FIS/145th FIW, Douglas MAP, Charlotte, NC.
				To MASDC Dec 4, 1957.  To reclamation Mar 27, 1958.
			265 (MSN 151-43634) (336th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed north of London in England Nov 12, 1953
			266 (MSN 151-43635) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed near Quantico, Virgina Oct 18, 1950 after 
				collision with two other F-86As (48-248 and 48-268). Pilot was killed.
			267 (MSN 151-43636) 1950: USAF 62nd FIS (56th FIG).   Crashed near Union Grove, Wisconsin 
				in bad weather Dec 1, 1950.  Pilot was killed.
			268 (MSN 151-43637) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) crashed near Quantico, Virginia Oct 18, 1950 
				after collision with two other F-86As (48-248 and 48-266). Pilot was killed.
			269 (MSN 151-43638) 1950: USAF 27th FIS (1st FIG).  1952: Washington ANG 116th FIS (81st FIG).
				(116th FIS, 81st FIG, Washington ANG) w/o in ground accident at RAF Shepherds 
				Grove, England Feb 23, 1952
			270 (MSN 151-43639) (196th FIS, California ANG) crashed near Boron, California Jan 25, 1957
			271 (MSN 151-43640) (4th FIG) w/o at Johnson AB, Japan May 25, 1951.
			272 (MSN 151-43641) (4th FIG, 335th FIS) crashed 11 mi N of Langley AFB, VA Jun 21, 1950.
				Pilot was killed.
			273 (MSN 151-43642) 1949-50: USAF 355th FIS (4th FIG). W/o at Andrews AFB, Maryland Jan 28, 1950
			274 (MSN 151-43643) 1949: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).  Crashed near Fountain Inn, South Carolina 
				in bad weather Aug 16, 1950
			275 (MSN 151-43644) 1949: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).  W/o in Virginia Aug 8, 1949
			276 (MSN 151-43645) 1949: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).  Washington ANG 116th FIS (81st FIG).
				194th FIS/144th FIG, Fresno Air Terminal, CA.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1958.  
				To reclamation Apr 28, 1958
			277 (MSN 151-43646) 115th FIS/146th FIG, Van Nuys Airport, CA.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1957.  
				To reclamation May 27, 1958
			278 (MSN 151-43647) 1951: USAF 61st FIS (56th FIG).  
				W/o in Michigan Feb 2, 1951.
			279 (MSN 151-43648) 1950: USAF 336th FIS (4th FIG).  W/o at Dover AFB, Delaware Sep 23, 1950
			280 (MSN 151-43649) 163rd FIS/122nd FIG, Baer Field/Fort Wayne, IN.  To MASDC Oct 6, 1958.  
				To reclamation Feb 2, 1959.
			281 (MSN 151-43650) USAF 4th FIG.  1953-54: Washington ANG 116th FIS.
				Currently on display at Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA
			282 (MSN 151-43651) 1951: USAF 91st FIS (81st FIG).  W/o at Larson AFB, Washington Aug 22, 1951
			283 (MSN 151-43652) 191st FIS/151st FIW, Salt Lake City IAP, UT.  To MASDC Oct 28, 1957.  
				To reclamation May 27, 1958
			284 (MSN 151-43653) 191st FIS/151st FIW, Salt Lake City IAP, UT.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1957.  
				To reclamation May 27, 1958
			285 (MSN 151-43654) 1954: USAF 91st FBS (81st FBW).  W/o at RAF Bentwater in England Aug 31, 1954
			286 (MSN 151-43655) (334th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o at New Castle Airport, Delaware Oct 4, 1950
			287 (MSN 151-43656) (335th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o in Japan Dec 21, 1950.  There is a photo of this aircraft dated Jan 1952.
				Also listed as being with 334th 93rd FIS at Kirtland AFB Mar 6, 1953.
			288 (MSN 151-43657) 163rd FIS/122nd FIG, Baer Field/Fort Wayne, IN.  To MASDC Jan 10, 1958.  To reclamation May 27, 1958
			289 (MSN 151-43658) 1952: USAF 92nd FIS (81st FIG).  1954: USAF 92nd FBS (81st FBG).
				w/o at RAF Bentwater in England May 12, 1954
			290 (MSN 151-43659) 1952: USAF 93rd FIS.  Crashed near Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Apr 1, 1952
				after collision with F-86A 49-1224.
			291 (MSN 151-43660) assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 29, 1949.
				Registered as NACA 116.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
				Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Crashe on takeoff at Inglewood, California Oct 18, 1949.
				Remains returned to USAF Jan 1960.
			292 (MSN 151-43661) (92nd FIS, 81st FIG) creahed near Geiger Field in Washington Mar 23, 1955
			293 (MSN 151-43662) (91st FIS, 81st FIG) crashed near Skegness, England Sep 17, 1952
			294 (MSN 151-43663) 1950: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).   1952: USAF 94th FIS
				W/o at George AFB, California Aug 19, 1952
			295 (MSN 151-43664) 1949: FTD Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  1952-53: USAF 3595th PTG.
				Crashed near Las Vegas, Nevada due to engine fire Apr 15, 1953.
			296 (MSN 151-43665) 1951: Washington ANG 116th FIS.  1953: USAF 92nd FIS (81st FIG).
				1956: Arizona ANG 197th FIS.  (197th FIS, Arizona ANG) w/o Nov 21, 1956
			297 (MSN 151-43666) USAF 334th FIS (4th FIG).  1951: USAF 335th FIS (4th FIG).
				(4th FIG, 335th FIG) failed to recover from spin and crashed near Komaki AB, Japan Jul 11, 1951.
				Pilot was killed.
			298 (MSN 151-43667) 1949: FTD Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Converted to EDF-86A.  
				1951: USAF 4800th GMG.  W/o at Holloman AFB in New Mexico Mar 21, 1951
			299 (MSN 151-43668) converted to EDF-86A.  1950: USAF 3088th ABW.  1952: USAF 6555th TS.
				1955: USAF 650th OPS.   1/17/1955: Written off at Patrick AFB, FL.
			300 (MSN 151-43669) 113th FIS/181st FIG, Hulman Field, Terre haute,IN.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1958.  To reclamation Mar 3, 1958
			301 (MSN 151-43670)  lost to enemy action (4th FIG) Shot down in combat by a MiG-15bis flown by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev 
				of the Soviet 196th Fighter Air Regiment 29Nov51. The aircraft did not recover from a dive, 
				crashed into a hill and exploded. 
			302 (MSN 151-43671) Washington ANG 116th FIS (81st FIG).  1953: USAF 91st FIS (81st FIG)
				w/o Sep 21, 1955
			303 (MSN 151-43672) burned in firefighter training at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania in 1956
			304 (MSN 151-43673) (93rd FIS, 81st FIG) stalled and crashed at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico May 19, 1950
			305 (MSN 151-43674) damaged by MiG.  115th FIS/146th FIG, Van Nuys Airport, CA.  To MASDC Nov 21, 1957.
				to reclamation May 27, 1958
			306 (MSN 151-46675) 1950: USAF 93rd FIS (81st FIG).  
				Crashed Mar 22, 1950 near Emmons, West Virginia after taking off from Kanawha Airport.  Took off in parallel
				with F-86 49-1019, and the two planes apparently collided in midair.  Both pilots killed.
			307 (MSN 151-43676) (91st FIS, 81st FIG) crashed near Oxford Ness, England Dec 4, 1952.
			308 (MSN 151-43677) (91st FIS, 81st FIG) struck ground in steep dive shortly after takeoff 
				at Larson AFB, Washington Oct 3, 1950. Pilot was killed.
			309 (MSN 151-43678) (163rd FIS, Indiana ANG) crashed near Decatur, Indiana Jan 5, 1958
			310 (MSN 151-43679) (81st FIG, 91st FIS) forcelanded at Larson AFB, WA Aug 25, 1950 due to		
				engine failure
			311 (MSN 151-43680) 195th FIS/146th FIW, Van Nuys Airport, CA.  To MASDC Nov 5, 1957  
				To reclamation May 27, 1958
			312 (MSN 151-43681) crashed near Medford, Oregon Apr 29, 1950
			313 (MSN 151-43682) 1953: USAF 94th FIS.  California ANG 196th FIS.  1956: California ANG 193rd FIS.
				(193rd FIS, California ANG) collided with F-86 49-1336 over Mt. Pacifico, 
				California Sept 4, 1956.
			314 (MSN 151-43683) 3560th Pilot Training Wing, Webb AFB, TX.  To MASDC Dec 9, 1957.  To reclamation May 27, 1958
			315 (MSN 151-43684) (91st FIS, 81st FIG) crashed near Wissent, France Jun 1, 1954 due to engine fire
			316 (MSN 151-43685) (81st FBW/92nd FBS) w/o in hard landing at RAF Shepherds Grove, England Oct 27, 1954.
48-317/318	North American YF-93A
			MSN 157-1/2
			317 first flight Jan 24, 1950.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA 
				Feb 5, 1951 to 1953.  Registered as NACA 139.  Used for aerodynamics research.  Salvaged in 1956
			318 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 5, 1951 to 1953
				Registered as NACA 151.  Used for aerodynamics research.  Seen at NACA Moffett Field in Jun 1956, 
				partially stripped.
48-319/355	Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar 
			MSN 10301/10337
			319 (MSN 10301) to MASDC as CJ0459 May 19, 1975.  Sold to Dross Metals
			320 (MSN 10302) used as static test aircraft.  Converted to C-119C in 1955
				or 1956. Became EC-119C for some time.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1967
			321 (MSN 10303) used as static test aircraft
			322 (MSN 10304) to MASDC and to civil registry as N13745.  Was preserved at Milestones of Flight Museum, CA
				0322 N13745 for sale by GSA Auctions at Lancaster, CA, Jan 21. 2016
			323 damaged  22 Apr 1953 near El Centro, CA 
			324 (MSN 10306) w/o Sep 25, 1950 at Komaki AB, Japan in ground accident
			325 (MSN 10307) converted to C-119C 1955/56
			326 (MSN 10308) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 13, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jun 26, 1964
			327 (MSN 10309) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  
			328 (MSN 10310) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Mar 1, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			329 (MSN 10311) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 13, 1963. To reclamation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			330 (MSN 10312) converted to XC-120 Packplane.  First flight as XC-120 Aug 11, 1950 at Hagerstown, MD.  Project abandoned
				late 1952.
			331 (MSN 10313) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Mar 30, 1963.  To reclamation/exces Jul 27, 1964
			332 (MSN 10314) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 16, 1963.  To reclmation/excess Jun 26, 1964
			333 (MSN 10315) became UC-119B in 1962.  Redesignated GC-119B the same year.
			334 (MSN 10316) damaged  25 Aug 1953 Amarillo AB, TX.  Converted to C-119C 1955/56
			335 (MSN 10317) damaged in takeoff accident Sep 13, 150 at Kwajalein in takeoff accident.  Converted to C-119C 1955/56
			336 (MSN 10318) (314th TCW) abandoned on ground at Yonp'o, Korea Dec 16, 1950 due to
				advancing enemy ground forces.
			337 (MSN 10319) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jul 5, 1963.  To reclmation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			338 (MSN 10320) suffered engine failure and crash landed near decatur, AL Jun 29, 1950
			339 (MSN 10321) became EC-119B, later JC-119B.  Converted to C-119C
				1955 or 1956, and became JC-119C.  Later revferted to C-119C
			340 (MSN 10322) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			341 (MSN 10323) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			342 (MSN 10324) suffered engine failure and made gear up landing 12.9 km w of El Paso, Tx Jul 15, 1951
			343 (MSN 10325) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 16, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jun 26, 1964
			344 (MSN 10326) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 13, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			345 (MSN 10327, 314th TCW, 62nd TCS) crashlanded 6 mi S of Hongchon, Korea Mar 29, 1951.
				1 of 5 onboard killed.
			346 (MSN 10328) damaged Mar 6, 1950 at Smyrna AFB, Tennessee due to structural failure.  Converted to C-119C 1955/56.
				W/o 5 Feb 1959  in crash on climb (Test flight) at Oakland IAP, CA.,  3 lost			
			347 (MSN 10329) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Mar 30, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jul 27, 1964
			348 (MSN 10330) ditched after engine failure 5 km off Laiya, Philippines Aug 23, 1953
			349 (MSN 10331) 816th Troop Carrier Squadron, 483rd Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while parked at Ashiya, Japan Sep 26, 1954.
				Converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1966.  To reclamation/excess May 2, 1968
			350 (314th TCW, 61st TCS) was flying with 49-123 to make an air drop of
					ammunition when one of the planes was hit by friendly artillery near Inje, Korea 
					Jun 3, 1951.  The plane lost control and collided with the other plane,
					and both crashed.   Total of 10 killed..
			351 (MSN 10333) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 13, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jun 26, 1964
			352 (MSN 10334) flew during the battle of Chosin Reservoir in the Korean War.
				Converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1966.  To civil registry as N13746 with Hemet Valley Flying Service.
				Used by Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 9152.    
				Preserved at Air Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, CA.  0352 N13746 for sale by GSA Auctions at
				Edwards AFB, CA, Jan 21 2016.  In Dec 2016 the aircraft was moved to Dover AFB, DE for
				restoration.  The Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB, Del., is working to restore this C-119 transport 
				aircraft for display in their collection 
			353 w/o Sep 13, 1950 at Ashiya AB, Japan
			354 (MSN 10336) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 13, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jun 26, 1964
			355 (MSN 10337) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Nov 16, 1963.  To reclamation/excess Jun 26, 1964
48-356/375	Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
			MSN 580-5001/5020.  Model 580.
			Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
			356 (MSN 580-5001) converted from a P-80C.  First flight Mar 22, 1948 at Van Nuys, CA.  converted to YF-94A Model 780
				prototype, first flight Apr 16, 1949 , then to Model 780 prototype F-94B.  Retired to gate guard at Lackland AFB, TX
				Noted stored at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003. 
			357 used to test ejection seats, or to prove that ejection seats were
				safe to use.
			358 entered in 1948 Bendix Trophy race with 300-gallon
				tip tanks.  Aborted race due to fuel feed
				problem.  Crashed Sept 9, 1948 during landing
				at Van Nuys, CA.  Pilot Capt. James T. Fitzgerald
				died of injuries 11 days later.
			359 w/o 28 Apr 1949 near McClellan AFB, CA
			361 w/o 22 Aug 1949 in takeoff accident due to engine failure at Holloman AFB, NM
			362 w/o 16 Jan 1951 Williams AFB, AZ (engine failure)
			364 w/o 3 Sep 1951 near Donalsonville, GA
			366 w/o 17 May 1951 near Gila Bend, AZ
			367 w/o 7 Jun 1949 near Novato, CA
			370 w/o 21 Feb 1949 Joe Foss Field, SD
			373 converted to YF-94A prototype
48-376/396	Lockheed F-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-2099/2119
			376/381 transferred to US Navy as TO-1 BuNo 33865/33870
				381 (BuNo 33870) assigned to San Diego, CA
					Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 27, 1949 to Oct 28, 1949
					Assigned to Naval Air Test Center (NATC), NAS Patuxent River, MD 
			382 transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 33848
			383 (MSN 080-2106) to Peruvian AF Mar 21, 1958 as FAP 666
			384 (MSN 080-2107) w/o 26 Sep 1951 in crash 20 miles SW of Gila Bend, AZ
			385 (MSN 080-2108)  Damaged Nov 22, 1959 in landing accident at George AFB, CA.  2234th Reserve Flying Center,
				 Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 14, 1957.  Departed Aug 10, 1959.
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  Returned to service
				with Proving Grond Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed May 11, 1960
			388 w/o 23 Jul 1953 near Indian Springs AAF, NV
			389 w/o 18 May 1953 near Indian Springs AAF, NV
			390 (MSN 080-2113) damaged Jan 4, 1951 in landing accident at George AFB, CA
			391 w/o 21 Jan 1954 near Nellis AFB, NV
			392 (MSN 080-2115) to CAA as N84
			395 (MSN 080-2118) w/o Aug 14, 1959 in takeoff accident at NAS Santa Rosa, CA
			396 w/o 27 Feb 1954 near Flatrock, MI
48-397/423	Boeing C-97A Stratofreighter
			MSN 16009/16035.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			397 temorarily designated JC-97A when used for test work.  To MASDC Jan 9, 1961
			398 w/o Jun 6, 1951 near Kelly AFB, Texas in takeoff accident.  9 killed
			399 to MASDC Jan 30, 1964.  To reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			400 rededesignated JC-97A.  Redesignated NC-97A Dec 27, 1960.  To MASDC Jul 18, 1961. 
			401 cockpit section with The Aviation Warehouse of Adelanto, CA, a 
				company that specializes in supplying props to TV and film
				industries.
			403 to MASDC Dec 19, 1963, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			405 to MASDC Feb 25, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			406 to MASDC May 27, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			407 to MASDC Mar 2, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			408 to MASDC Jan 9, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			409 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			410 to MASDC Spr 24, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			411 converted to C-97D.  To MASDC as CH500 Jun 9, 1971. Declared excess Apr 22, 1970
			412 to MASDC Jul 9, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			413 w/o Oct 22, 1951 near Kelly AFB, Texas on takeoff accident. 4 killed.
			415 converted to VC-97D.  Had corrosion and cracks in wing spars and deemed too expensive to repair.
				Used for burn pit exercises at Barksdale AFB in 1960s.  Scrapped by 1968.
			416 to MASDC Feb 20, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			417 to MASDC Jan 28, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			418 to MASDC Mar 19, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			419 to MASDC Dec 19, 1963, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			420 to MASDC May 21, 1964, to reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			421 loaned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Oct 1963 to develop rescue procedures.  To MASDC Dec 13, 1963.
				To reclamation Jul 16, 1964
			423 to MASDC.  To reclamation Jul 16, 1964
48-424/523	Aeronca L-16B Grasshopper
			472 (MSN 7CCM-50) to civil registry as N3956A
			507 Current 2020 in US civil register as N2527B 
48-524/562	Sikorsky H-5G
			Vought-Sikorsky Model VS-327 Hoverfly I developed for US Army as Sikorsky Model S-51.  
			524 w/o Fe 25, 1950 with A Flight 6 ARS of Westover AFB
			526 w/o May 27, 1950 with A Flt, 4 RES of Hamilton AFB.  There is a photo of this helicopter serialed as 48-526 
				taken in Korea in 1952 serving with the 8063rd MASH.
			529 (2157th ARS) crashed May 12, 1953, Korea.
			531 (MSN 5183) to civil registry as N1052, assigned Oct 19, 1970, NTU.  Cancelled Feb 8, 2011.
			534 806th Combat Support Group, Chennault AFB, LA.  To MASDC 25-AUG-1959.  Disposed 30-JUN-1960.  Donated. 
			535  4238th Combat Support Group, Barksdale AFB, LA. 	To MASDC 07-MAR-1960.  Disposed 17-JUN-1960.  Donated 
			536 (MSN 5198) to civil registry as N6197C with Tropi Copters, Inc, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Cancelled Sep 16, 2009
			538 (3rd ARS) crashlanded Jan 12, 1952, repaired.  Landed in snow-filled hole, overturned Mar 25, 1952.
				Crew uninjured.
			539 (MSN 51105) 806th Combat Support Group, Chennault AFB, LA.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1959. Damaged at Gulfport, MS 
				and rolled over after collision with ground/water while hovering Jul 4, 1968.   To civil registry as N13183
				with Coast Copters, Inc, Gulfport, MI Jul 25, 1989.  N13183 cancelled Jun 30, 2009.
			540 (3rd ARS) destroyed by blast from tank mine Sep 30, 1950.  Both crew injured but rescued.
			541 (MSN 51107) to civil registry as N74880 with Airlease Inc, Chicago, IL Mar 12, 1966.  Revoked Jan 14, 1977.
			542 (3rd ARS) crashlanded 1 mi NNWS of Seoul Mar 17, 1952.  Crew uninjured.
			545 (3rd ARS) crashed into mountainside Mar 9, 1951.  Crew of 2 uninjured.
			546 2400th Air Base Group, Matagorda Island AFB, TX. 	To MASDC 13-AUG-1958.  Disposed 17-JUN-1960 	Donated 
			547 (MSN 51123) to civil registry as N6073C.  Sale reported Jan 14, 1977, cancelled Apr 10, 2013
			548 (MSN 51127) ex SBNAR, Norton AFB, CA. To MASDC 28-DEC-1959, Disposed 29-JUN-1961. Donated to unknown School.
				Registration N9845Z, cancelled Jun 4, 1981.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			552 (MSN 51135) to civil registry as N6530D with New York City Board of Education, Long Island, New York Nov 18, 1960.
				Canceled Nov 3, 2972.
			555 (3rd ARS) shot down by enemy fire 2 mi S of Chonggong-ni during SAR effort Sep 13, 1951.  2 crew KIA.
			556 (3rd ARS) crashed after being hit by ground fire Oct 25, 1951.  Crew of 2 and downed pilot rescued next day.
			557 w/o May 27, 1950 with B Flt, 5 RES of Biggs AFB, TX
			558 Ca.1948: TOS USAF.
				By 1951: 3rd Air Rescue Squadron, 5th Air Force, based at K-16 Seoul Air Base, South Korea.  
				Sep 8, 1951: Suffered a take-off accident due to mechanical failure and was written off, pilot and 2 passengers uninjured.  
				1951:  Transported to USA.
				By 1991: United State Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
				By 3/92: Restored 
				By 3/92 to after 2015: Displayed.
				Seen 2004 in Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Ozark, Alabama.  Stored by Jan 2019
			559 (3rd ARS) crashed into sea off Korean coast Nov 21, 1951.  Crew rescued by escorting SA-16
			562 w/o Apr 26, 1950 with 5 RES of Lowry AFB
48-563/567	Grumman OA-12A
			Ex USN J2F-6 amphibians acquired by USAF.  Sold to Colombia but never delivered.
				in Georgia until sold in the USA in 1949.
			The plane marked as 48-563 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH is really USN BuNo 33587 marked as 48-563.
			563 was previously BuNo 32769.  Crashed in Chekatna Lake, Alaska Aug 225, 1948.  It was abandoned in Alaska in 1948, 
				recovered in 1973, restored and registered N8563F Dec 2, 1993.  Displayed at Alaska AVaiation Heritage
				Museum during restoration.  First flight Oct 26, 2007
48-568/587	Fairchild C-82A Packet
			MSN 10203/10222
			568 (MSN 10203)
			569 (MSN 10204)  w/o 14 Feb 1954-gear up landing at Yelm, WA (flight from 
				McChord AFB to Sacramento)
			570 (MSN 10205) scrapped after retirement
			571 (MSN 10206) to Brazilian AF as 2201 in 1955.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
			572 (MSN 10207) crashed on takeoff from Isachsen weather station, NWT, Canada May 20, 1949.
				Much of the wreck is still there.
			573 (MSN 10208) flew as a Packet Pressroom.  To Brazilian AF as 2209 in 1955.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
			574 (MSN 10209) to civilian registry as N4753C.  Since 1993 on display at McChord AFB Museum, Tacoma, Washington. 
			575 (MSN 10210) to US civil registry as N2063A.  To Colombian registry as HK-913X.  W/o Nov 22, 1956 Colombia
			576 (MSN 10211) to Brazilian AF in 1955 as 2211.  Retired and scraped in 1967.
			577 (MSN 10212) to Brazialian AF in 1955 as 2206.  Retired and scrapped in 1967. 
			578 (MSN 10213) flew as a Packet Pressroom.  In 1955 to Brazilian AF as C-82-2207.  To PT-DNZ with Amazonia Ind e
				Comercio SA.  Crashed Oct 28, 1970, Serra do Norte, Brazil
			579 (MSN 102140 scrapped after retirement.
			580 (MSN 10215) to Brazilan AF in 1955 as FAB-2204.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
			581 (MSN 10216) Ca.1949: TOS USAF, 54th Troop Carrier Squadron, 5039th Air Transport Group, Elmendorf AFB, AK 
				1955: SOC. To civilian registry as N4752C 11/15/55 with Robert G. Sholton, Anchorage, AK  
				2/62: Received a major avionics upgrade.   4/70: Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK.
				1/74: Major upgrades were made to the fuselage.  2/78: more avionics upgrades were made. 
				11/4/82: Suffered a crash landing short of the runway while on approach to Nelson Lagoon Airport, AK.  
				Two persons were injured and the aircraft suffered substantial damage.  No information found as to it being repaired. 
				WFu Jan 1, 1985.  To Darryl G Greenamyer Jun 1986.  He ferried the plane to the Air Force Museum Jun 30, 1988 
				Put on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, Ohio Jun 30, 1988.  This plane was initially marked as 45-57735, but was later
				remarked in 1994 as 48-581. 
			582 (MSN 10217) crashed during training flight 5 mi NW of Mccleary, WA Sep 30, 1949.  3 killed.  ASN
			583 (MSN 10218) to Brazilian AF in 1955 as 2203.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
			584 (MSN 10219) to Brazilan AF in 1955 as FAB-2065 then renumbered C-82-2200.  To
				Amazonia Ind e Comercio as PT-DLP.  In crash landing at Altamira, Brazil Oct 28, 1970, registration cancelled 1983.
			585 (MSN 10220) to Brazilian AF in 1955 as FAB-2202.  in 1980 to Museu Aeroespacial, Campos dos Alfonso, AB,
				Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  It is awaiting restoration.
			586 (MSN 10221) to Brazilian AF in 1955 as FAB-2201.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
			587 (MSN 10222) to Brazilian AF in 1955 as FAB-2205.  Retired and scrapped in 1967l
48-588/607	Grumman SA-16A Albatross
			Model G-64.  Most converted to SA-16B  and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
			588 (MSN G-1). Triphibian prototype [additionally fitted with skis for ice, water and land operations]. SOC Jul 31, 1956. 
				MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic] as 1019, later 11019.  Written off 1963
			589 (MSN G-2) delivered to USAF Aug 31, 1949.   MAP delivery to Philippine AF as 48589. 
			590 (MSN G-3). Delivered to USAF 30Sep49. SOC 24May56. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic] as 1018, later 11018.
			591 (MSN G-4). Delivered to USAF 20Oct49. SOC 26Jun56. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic] as 1016, later 11016
			592 (MSN G-5). Delivered to USAF 14Nov49. SOC 28May56. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic] as 1017, later 11017
			593 (MSN G-6). Delivered to USAF 3Dec49. SOC 2Jul56. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic] as 1015, later 11015
			594 (MSN G-7). To Davis-Monthan 1953; to Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA 1959 prior to 
				disposal under MAP. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF as 1020, later 11020
			595 (MSN G-8). . Delivered to USAF 9Jan50. SOC 3May56. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic]
				as 1012, later 11012.  Preserved at Chiayi, Taiwan
			596 (MSN G-9) Delivered to USAF 23Jan50. To N9943F May54. 
				Bailed by the Department of the Interior from the USAF mid-1960s for use by Trust Territory Airlines in the 
				Pacific to serve the islands of Micronesia.  Operated initially by Transocean Airlines, later by Pan American 
				World Airways. Sank during water landing Koror, Palau, Micronesia Jul 20, 1961
			597 (MSN G-11) Delivered to USAF 3Feb50. To N9942F, registered May 17, 1954 to USAF National Defense as a SA-16A with 
				MSN 11 [sic], cancelled as destroyed Nov 19, 1996.   Bailed by the Department of the Interior from the USAF mid-1960s 
				for use by Trust Territory Airlines in the Pacific to serve the islands of Micronesia. Operated initially by Transocean 
				Airlines, later by Pan American World Airways. Least by Pan Am for Air Micronesia Jan 1968. 
				Returned off-lease to USAF 1970.  Transferred from USA to US Department of Defense.  
			598 (MSN G-12).  Delivered to USAF Feb 1, 1950. SOC Jun 4, 1956. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF 
				as 1013, later 11013.
			599 (MSN G-14).  Delivered to USAF Mar 18, 1950.  MAP delivery to Philippine AF as 48599
			600 (MSN G-15). Delivered to USAF 3Feb50. SOC Aug 27, 1956. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF as 
				1014, later 11014.
			601 (MSN G-17).  Delivered to USAF Apr 2, 1950. Damaged Aug 3, 1950 in takeoff accident at Lowry AFB, CO.
				Damaged 29 Aug 1952 over KS
			602 (MSN G-18).  Delivered to USAF Mar 31, 1950.  To reclamation Selfridge Apr 23, 1951
			603 (MSN G-20)  Delivered to USAF Mar 31, 1950. To N9944F, registered May 1954 as a SA-16A with MSN 20 [sic], 
				canx Nov 27, 2012. Bailed by the Department of the Interior from the USAF mid-1960s for use by Trust 
				Territory Airlines in the Pacific to serve the islands of Micronesia.  Operated initially by Transocean 
				Airlines, later by Pan American World Airways. Leased by Pan Am to Air Micronesia Jan 1968.
				Returned off-lease to USAF 1970.  Transferred from USAF to US Department of Defense.  WFU Jan 1970.
			604 (MSN G-21). Delivered to USAF May 3, 1950. SOC Oct 30, 1961. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air 
				Force/RoCAF as 11022.
			605 (MSN G-23). Delivered to USAF Jun 6, 1950. MAP delivery to Philippine AF as 48605
			606 (MSN G-24). To Davis-Monthan 1953; to Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA 
				1959 prior to disposal under MAP. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF as 1021, later 11021; shot down 
				Jan 9, 1966 by Chinese AF MiGs whilst on rescue mission
			607 (MSN G-26) MAP to Philippine AF as 48607.  On display at Philippine AF Museum, Villamor AB in Apr 2010
48-608		Lockheed VC-121B Constellation
			MSN 749-2600.  Model 749-79-38.  
			Delivered to USAF Nov 1948 as VIP transport for possible presidential use.  The only difference with the “A”
				and “B” is that the “B” did not have the cargo door. Delivered to 1254th Air Transport
				Squadron,  retired Mar 1968.  Purchased by Kolar, Inc Jun 1971,
				purchased by Aero Tech Inc Sep 1971.  Purchased by Aero Specialties Sep 1972
				and registered as N608AS.  To Globe Air, Inc Dec 1981.  To Silver Skies Inc Oct 1985.
				Scrapped at Ryan Field (Tucson, AZ) early 2002.  Last owner was Oliver Henry III 
				of Santa Fe, NM.
48-609/617	Lockheed C-121A Constellation
			MSN 749-2601/2609.  Model 749-79-36
			610/614 and 617 later converted to VC-121A VIP transports.
			609 (MSN 749-2601) delivered to USAF Dec 31, 1948. Damaged while attached to 1600ATG at Westover AFB, MA when 
				a C-54 (44-9133) collided with it while parked on May 10, 1949. Damaged Jul 31, 1949 while attached to 
				1600ABG at Westover AFB when it collided with another parked C-121A (48-615).  Retired to MASDC Mar 11, 1968.  
				Bought by Christler Flying Service May 5, 1970 and used as sprayer and registered as N9464.  Reregistered
				to Chandler Flying Serive Jul 10, 1970.  To Beaver Air Spray in Canada Apr 18, 1979 as C-CXKO.  To Conifair Aviation
				in 1980.  Sold to John Travolta Sep 1984 and registered as N494TW.  WFU and stored Ryan Field, AZ.  
				Acquired by Vern Raburn Sep 1991 and extensively restored.   Still flying as N494TW.  I
				saw this plane 8-5-95 at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill.  Delivered Apr 2005 to unspecified owner in South Korea.  
				Arrived at Pusan Apr 9, 2005 and repainted in Korean National Airline
				colors as HL-102.  To go on static display at Jeiu IAP.  To Korean Airlines Museum, Cheju Island Apr 18, 2005.
			610 named *Colombine II* while used by President-elect Eisenhower in 
				1952. This aircraft served as the first Air Force One, during the presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 
				before it was replaced by Columbine III as Eisenhower's primary presidential aircraft in 1954. 
				Leased to Pan Am as N9907F, then N9007E where it was transferred to govt of
				Thailand.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.  Retired from USAF Apr 1968.  To Christler
				Flying Service as N9463.  Now registered to Columbine II of Santa Fe, NM, where
				it has been parked since 1998 when it returned from an unsuccessful sale at
				auction at Scottsdale, Arizona.  Seen at Marana, Arizona in 2011.  Still owned by Christler Flying Service
				and still at Marana, Arizona in 2015.  They plan to restore it and returned it to flying status.
				This aircraft made its first flight, since 2003, in March 2015, when it was ferried to Bridgewater 
				for additional restoration.  Still under restoration at Dynamic Aviation, Bridgewater, VA. 
			611 retired by USAF Apr 1968.  To Kolar, Inc Jun 1971, to Aero Tech Inc Sep 1971,
				to Aero Specialties equipped with spray bars and registered as N611AS.  To Globe Air
				Sep 1981, to Rafael Belliard Nov 1981.  To Aerolineas Argo in Dominican Republic
				as HI-393CT.   Reported derelict at Santo Domingo in 1997.
			612 (MSN 749-2604) converted to VC-121A. Not converted to C-121B.  The only VC-121B was 8608, and the only difference with the “A”
				and “B” is that the “B” did not have the cargo door. The cargo door has never been removed from 8612, 
				it’s definitely an “A” model. Retired by USAF Oct 1967.  To Christler Flying Service as N9465.  To Beaver Air Spray
				as C-GXKR, then to Conifair Aviation as C-GXKR and acquired by Vern Raburn (who registered it as 
				N749VR) in 1993 together with a load of C-121 spares. Restored to flying condition as 
				N749NL by group from Holland.  Arrived in England Jul 25, 2002.  Since arrival in
				Holland, PH-LEL and PH-FLE have been allocated but NTU.  Registration PH-LDF
				has now ben reserved since Feb 25, 2004.
			613 (MSN 749-2605) used by General MacArthur as *Bataan* VIP transport during the early 1950s.  Retired Jan 1966 to MASDC.
				Later transferred to NASA as N422NA for support of Apollo lunar landing program.
				Sent to Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker.  Transferred to Planes of Fame Air Museum,
				Valle, AZ.  Scheduled to fly to Chino, California for full restoration.
			614 (MSN 749-2606) was General Eisenhower's first *Colombine*.  Later used
				by General Greunther of NATO.  Retired Jan 1967.  Now on display at Pima Air 
				and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			615 (MSN 749-2607) delivered to USAF Feb 16, 1949.  Used by General Vandenberg, named "Dewdrop".   Damaged at 
				Westover AFB, MA when another C-121A (48-0609) taxied into it while parked on Jul 31, 1949.  
				In 1950 to VC-121A. To HQ SHAPE 1953 and based at Paris-Orly. To USAF Europe as VIP transport 1962.
				Converted to VC-121B Jan 1967.   WFU and stored at MASDC Jul 1968.  Sold to Christler Flying Service 
				May 5, 1970, registered as N9466 and converted to agricultural sprayer.  Reregistered to
				Chandler Flyin Servic Jul 10, 1970.  Used in filming of "MacArthur" in 1976 and painted in SCAP
				markings.  Bought by Sea Hound International Inc Dec 6, 1978 and converted int freighter.  To Aerolineas 
				Argo of Dominican Republic May 1979 as HI-328.   Crashed into sea in heavy rain on final approach 
				to Harry Truman Airport at St Thomas, Virgin Islands Oct 26, 1981. 3 crew killed, 2 passengers survived.
				Wreckage sank in 150 feet of water the next day.
			616 to Ethiopian Airlines as ET-T-35.  Crashlanded in gear-up forced landing 41 km from 
				Khartoum Jul 10, 1957 due to midair engine fire.   6 crew and 14 passengers, no fatalities.
			617 to VC-121A, then VC-121B, then to Christler Flying Service as N9467, then 
				to Beaver Air Spray as C-GXKS.  After hydraulics failure forced the crew to make
				a precautionalry landing at Riviere du Loup, Canada Jun 21, 1979, the brakes failed and 
				aircraft overran the runway and was DBR.
48-618/627	Northrop YC-125B Raider
			MSN 2502/2511
			618 (MSN 2502) flew with Northrop as N4050K.  De-registered Nov 13, 1950, then to USAF
			619 (MSN 2503) to Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami as N6521B
			620 (MSN 2504) to Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami as N2562B
			621 (MSN 2505) to N2563B with Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami. Leased to Surinam Akirways Dec 1960 as PZ-TAO.
				Reported W/O Aug 15, 1960,  returned from lease and seen Miami Int'l May 21, 1964 
				with Ambrose tls.
			622 (MSN 2506) seen in 1951 in Kenora, Ontario during SOIAS (Sliding On Ice And Snow) flight tests
			623 (MSN 2507) to civil registry as N4194A
			624 (MSN 2508) to civil registry as N2564B with Quipco Associates, Hialeah, FL.  
			625 (MSN 2509) to civil registry as N2565B with Frank Ambrose Aviation, Miami 
			626 (MSN 2510) 1948: TOS USAF. 1955: WFU, assigned to Sheppard AFB, TX, for maintenance training.  
				Unknown date: in Mexico operating it as XA-LOU.  By 1995 was on display at USAF Museum, marked as 48-622,
				which was stationed at Wright-Patterson AFB for cold weather testing.
			627 (MSN 2511) to civil registry as N2567B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation, Miami.
48-628/640	Northrop YC-125A Raider
			MSN 2513/2525
			MSN 2512 was presumably a static test airframe
			629 (MSN 2514) to civil registry as N2568B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation, Miami
			630 (MSN 2515) registred as N65884
			631 (MSN 2516) to civil registry as N2569B
			632 (MSN 2517) to civil registry as N2570B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami.  Leased by Surinam (Surinaamse Luchtvaart 
				Maatschappij - SLM) from Ambrose Aviation as PT-TAD, Jun 11, 
				1959 nosed over Coeroeni, repaired. Jan 12, 1959 Kayser 
				Mountains Airstrip; nosed over again. Repaired and flown back but 
				severely damaged during bad landing.  Registered CP-650 with South American
				Placers of Bolivia, w/o Mar 1, 1966 in bad landing at Caranavi, Bolivia
			633 (MSN 2518) to civil registry as N2571B with Frank Ambrose Aviation of Miami
			634 (MSN 2519) to civil registry as N3756Q.  Crashed on takeoff at Tulsa International
				Airport, Oklahoma Jun 29, 1988 while on flight to Wright Pattersn AFB, Dayton, Ohio.
			635 (MSN 2520) to civil registry as N2572B with Frank Ambrose Aviation of Miami 
			636 (MSN 2521) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ displayed as XB-GEY.
			637 (MSN 2522) to civil registry as N2574B with Frank Ambrose
				Aviation of Miami.  According to the manufacturer's data plate, the MSN is 2522.
			638 (MSN 2523) to civil registry as N2575B with Frank Ambrose Aviation of Miami
			639 (MSN 2524) to civil registry as N2576B with Frank Ambrose Aviation of Miami
			640 (MSN 2525) to civil registry as N2577B with Frank Ambrose Aviation of Miami
48-641/694	Republic F-84D-1-RE Thunderjet
			641 converted to EF-84D for use in Project Tip-Tow in wingtip hookup with B-29.    
				E prefix did not mean any modification prior to 15 Aug 55, it simply meant Exempt, and was painted on all 
				ARDC a/c so they did not have to be grounded by the routine TCTOs that used to pop up.  Crashed Apr 24, 1953 in
				incident with B-29 44-62093.
			642 w/o 16 Aug 1950 in landing accident at Hamilton AFB, CA
			643 w/o Dec 6, 1953 along with 48-644, 48-771, 48-775 in crash 6 mi E of Duluth, GA.  All 4 pilots killed.
			643 w/o Dec 6, 1953 along with 48-643, 48-771, 48-775 in crash 6 mi E of Duluth, GA.  All 4 pilots killed.
			646 w/o 17 Sep 1949 near Beverley, WA.  Pilot killed
			649 w/o 3 Sep 1949 in landing accident at Dow AFB, ME
			650 Hamilton AFB surveyed 14 Mar 1951
			652 w/o 25 Aug 1950 McClellan AFB, CA
			656 at Chanute AFB, marked as 488656.
			657 w/o 26 May 1950 in crash 20 miles SW of Hamilton AFB, CA
			658 w/o 31 Oct 1952 Pinecastle AFB, FL   (Mid-air with 48-681?)
			661 converted EF-84D for use in Project Tip-Tow in wingtip hookup with B-29.
				E prefix did not mean any modification prior to 15 Aug 55, it simply meant Exempt, and was painted on all 
				ARDC a/c so they did not have to be grounded by the routine TCTOs that used to pop up. 
			666 w/o 20 May 1949 near McChord AFB, WA
			669 w/o 12 Oct 1949 in crash into San Pedro Bay, CA (engine failure)
			670 w/o 11 Jun 1951 near San Rafael, CA
			673 w/o 22 May 1952 near Kisarazu AFB, Japan
			674 w/o 14 Sep 1951 in ground accident-Yuma, AZ
			681 w/o 31 Oct 1952 Pinecastle AFB, FL   (Mid-air with 48-658?)
			682 w/o 8 Jan 1951 near Barksdale AFB, LA.  Pilot ok
			683 w/o 17 Jun 1949 in takeoff accident at Hamilton AFB, CA
			685 w/o 4 Nov 1950 in crash 25 miles WSW of Petaluma, CA (mid-air?)
			686 w/o 2 Apr 1953 Pinecastle AFB, FL
			688 w/o 3 Mar 1950 in landing accident at Napa County A/p, CA
			689 w/o 8 Dec 1949 near Schelville, CA.   Pilot killed
			690 w/o 9 Apr 1950 near Hamilton AFB, CA (engine fire)
			691 w/o 8 Jan 1953 near Pinecastle AFB, FL (engine failure)
			692 w/o 10 Nov 1949 Moses Lake, WA
			693 w/o 11 Jul 1951 Missing off San Frncisco, CA
48-695/744	Republic F-84D-5-RE Thunderjet
			699 w/o 7 Sep 1950 when control lost near Lauterbach, WG.  Pilot killed
			705 w/o 24 Jan 1950 crash landed at Shaw AFB, SC
			707 w/o 16 Feb 1950 forced landing at Shaw AFB, SC
			710 w/o 5 Sep 1950 near Waterbeach, UK (engine fire)
			714 w/o 10 Apr 1950 crash landed at Shaw AFB, SC
			716 (58th FBG, 310th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 23, 1952.
			717 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) lost wing on Naktong Bomb Range Aug 11, 1952.
			718 w/o 11 Dec 1952 Pinecastle AFB, FL.    Pilot killed
			719 w/o 4 Apr 1950 in crash 5 miles SW of Erick, OK.  Pilot killed
			723 crashed 10 mi S of RAF Manston, UK Aug 5, 1950
			726 w/o 25 Jul 1950 when ditched between Greenland and Iceland (engine failure)
			729 w/o 12 Jan 1951 near Shaw AFB, SC
			730 w/o 27 Jul 1949 in landing accident at Shaw AFB, SC
			732 w/o 28 May 1951 in landing accident at Shaw AFB, SC
			734 w/o 11 Aug 1949 in takeoff accident at Chanute AFB, IL
			736 w/o 10 Nov 1950 in crash 10 miles W. off San Francisco, CA (engine failure).   Pilot ok
			740 w/o 29 Apr 1950 due to structure failure near Langley AFB, VA
			741 on display wih Georgia ANG at Savannah IAP, Georgia.
			742 w/o 21 Sep 1950 in forced landing at Hamilton AFB, CA due to engine failure
			743 w/o 29 Jul 1949 near Hamilton AFB, CA
			744 w/o 31 May 1950 wnen crash landed 10 miles W. of Columbia, SC
48-745/794	Republic F-84D-10-RE Thunderjet
			745 w/o in takeoff accident at Dobbins AFB, GA Mar 21, 1950
			747 w/o Aug 5, 1959 in crashe 210 mi W of Port Reyes, CA due to structural failure.
			751 w/o 25 Jan 1952 near Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  Pilot killed
			754 crashed after midair collision with RAF Meteor VW431 Sep 14, 1950
			755 w/o 24 Aug 1953 near Travis Fd, GA  (engine failure)
			757 w/o 15 Jul 1949 near Talbotten, GA
			758 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) crashed into hill in Korea May 21, 1952.
			759 w/o 7 Sep 1950 near Goeppingen, WG     Pilot lost
			760 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) shot down by MiG May 17, 1952.
			761 w/o 11 Oct 1949 near Eglin AFB, FL
			762 w/o 20 Nov 1950 when ditched into English Channel
			763 w/o 8 Jun 1949 near Moncks Corner, SC
			767 w/o 18 Oct 1951 near Sumter, SC
			769 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) wing failed while pulling out of dive Aug 11, 1952.
			770 (136th FBW) pilot bailed out near Wonsan Harbor, Korea May 10, 1952.
				Pilot bailed out.
			771 w/o Dec 6, 1953 along with 48-643, 48-644, 48-775 in crash 6 mi E of Duluth, GA.  All 4 pilots killed.
			775 w/o Dec 6, 1953 along with 48-643, 48-644, 48-771 in crash 6 mi E of Duluth, GA.  All 4 pilots killed.
			777 Damaged 1 Jul 1950  Landing accident at Kelly AFB, TX
			778 Damaged  16 Jan 1950  Over TN  (structural failure)
			779 w/o Jul 11, 1952, Pyongyang, Korea
			780 believed w/o in accident at Shaw AFB, SC Jun 8, 1949.
			786 w/o 6 May 1949 South Carolina
			787 w/o 8 Aug 1950 in landing accident at RAF Manston, UK
			793 to reclamation Shaw AFB 26 Apr 1951
48-795		Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
			MSN 43160.   Built from scratch (was not converted from C-74 42-65406).  Never fitted with radome.  Had 
				R-4360-35 engines and Hamilton Standard 3 blade props.  
48-796/860	Bell H-13B Sioux
			Model 47D
			MSN 101/104,80/100,105/144
			One converted to YH-13C and 15 converted to H-13C
			796 (MSN 101) to N8310.  Recovered in July 2012 from the Pierre Military Museum, South Dakota and takene to JNGB 
				McEntire for restoration. In Autumn 2014 to the South Carolina Military Musuem, Columbia. 
			802 (MSN 82) to N199W, N310A
			803 (MSN 83) registration NC217B assigned but NTU.  To USAF.  Modified to 47D1.  became N201W.  
				Nosed over and destroyed during takeoff at Hayward, CA Mar 27, 1964.  Noted stored dismantled at 
				Lower Upham, England Aug 2005.
			804 (MSN 84) to N4227A
			805 (MSN 85) to N75098, N739B
			813 (MSN 93) to N9115R
			817 (MSN 97) to N8060E
			820 (MSN 100) to N4253A, N1200Z
			826 (MSN 110) to N4295A
			827 (MSN 111) at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			832 (MSN 116) to N588T, 
			833 (MSN 117) to N4252A
			838 (MSN 122) to N203W, N4955S
			839 Assigned to US Army, Fort Bragg, NC.
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 26, 1949 to Apr 19, 1950
			845 1948: TOS US Army.  1952: Converted to H-13C for use as ambulance.
				Sep 18, 1962: Redesignated OH-13C.
				By 12/69: United States Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.(H-13C) 
				In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			847 (MSN 131) to N7786C
48-861/862	Cancelled contract
48-863/912	Lockheed F-80C-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-2120/2169
			863 w/o 25 Feb 1952 near Beatty, NV.   Pilot killed
			864 w/o 19 Mar 1952 Dow AFB, ME
			865 w/o Aug 23, 1952 Dow AFB, ME
			868 Ca. 1949:  TOS USAF as F-80C.  By 9/50: 173rd Fighter Squadron, 132nd Fighter Group, Lincoln Army Air Field, NE.
				9/18/50: Accident at Ryan, TX due to mechanical failure.
				By 6/51: 132nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 101st Fighter Interceptor Group, Dow AFB, ME
				6/21/51: Damaged from hard landing at Dow AFB, ME. Aircraft undershot and bounced onto runway. 
					Aircraft written off for use as GIA.
				1979: EAA Airventure Museum, Whittman Regional Airport, Oshkosh, WI.
				By 8/83: Marked as F-80C 45-8398, with plane ID  FN-464.
				11/89: Paul H. Poberezny/EAA Aviation Foundation, Oshkosh, WI with c/r N80PP.
				By 2011: Restored. Markings Applied: AVE MARIA, FT-749. The aircraft is painted in the markings of the 
					36th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Group, based in Korea during the Korean War, as flown by John Mark, 
					who funded the restoration.
				5/18/11: C/r N80PP cancelled.
			870 w/o 30 Oct 1953 in mid-air with 48-882 near Moapa, NV
			871 (MSN 080-2128) 2750th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  To MASDC Oct 25, 1957.  Departed Aug 17, 1959.
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA. Converted to QF-80F.  Returned to service with
				Proving Ground Command Center Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Aug 26, 1960
			873 (MSN 080-2130) Damaged 9 Nov 1951 in  ground accident at Luke AFB, AZ
			874 (MSN 080-2131) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Lauence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.  Departed Sep 22, 1959.
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  Returned to service with
				Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM. 
			876 w/o 2 Jun 1953 in crash 8 miles NE of Las Vegas, NV
			877 w/o Dec 6, 1951 Nellis AFB, NV
			878 w/o 9 Jul 1952 in crash on approach to Nellis AFB, NV
			879 w/o 26 Mar 1953 in takeoff accident at Nellis AFB, NV
			880 damaged Sep 10, 1951 in midair with tow target 30 mi NE of Indian Springs, NV
			881 (MSN 080-2138) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Lauence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1957.  Departed Oct 1, 1959.
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  Returned to service with
				Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jul 21, 1960
			882 w/o 30 Oct 1953    Mid-air with 48-870 near Moapa, NV
			883 (MSN 080-2140) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Lauence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.  Departed Oct 13, 1959.
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  Returned to service with
				Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jul 6, 1960
			884 (MSN 080-2141) to Ecuador AF as TF-884.  Also to Peruvian FA Jan 3, 1958 as FP 661.  To MASDC Jul 1, 1965.
			885 (MSN 080-2142) to Peruvian AF Mar 5, 1958 as FAP 663
			886 w/o 10 Jul 1950 Bangor, ME
			887 w/o 30 Oct 1953 near Wilton, MN.   Pilot killed
			890 w/o 10 Aug 1951 near Bledsoe, TX
			891 w/o 16 Aug 1951 in takeoff accident at Eglin AFB, FL
			892 w/o 3 Mar 1949 near Valpariso, FL.   Pilot killed
			893 (MSN 080-2150) to MASDC date ?  Departed Oct 20, 1959  
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  Returned to service with
				Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jun 23, 1961
			894 w/o 7 Dec 1950 near George AFB, CA
			895 (MSN 080-2152) to Peruvian AF May 7, 1958 as FAP 667
			896 w/o 14 Jul 1952 near Webb AFB, TX
			897 (MSN 080-2154) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.  Departed May 20, 1958
				To Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance Co, Oakland, CA.  To Brazil AF as FAB 4229 under MAP Apr 7, 1960.
			898 (MSN 080-2155) to Peruvian AF May 19, 1958 as FAP 670
			899 (MSN 080-2156) damaged Apr 2, 1950 in landing at Lincoln AFB, NE
			900 (MSN 080-2157)  3595th Flying Training Wing, Nellis AFG, NV.  To MASDC Apr 20, 153.  Departed May 13, 1953.
				Returned to service with 3595th Flying Training Wing, Nellis AFG, NV.  2750th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				Back to MASDC Oct 25, 1957.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Operational loss Aug 11, 1961
			901 w/o 22 Sep 1952 Nellis AFB, NV
			902 w/o 1 Dec 1952 near Pinecastle AFB, FL
			903 (MSN 080-2160) w/o Sep 11, 1951 in crash 15 mi S of Buckeye, AZ.  Pilot ejected.
			904 (MSn 080-2161) 2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 16, 1957.
				Departed Nov 24 1959.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Jan 16, 1963
			905 w/o 25 May 1949 Florida
			906 3515 FTS/3510 FTG; crashed at Randolph AFB, TX on 08JAN53 due to structural failure
			907 (MSN 080-2164) 3595th Flying Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.  To MASDC Mar 25, 1953.  Departed Apr 24, 1953.
				Returned to service with 3595th Flying Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
				2234th Reserve Flying Center, Laurence G. Hanscom Field, MA.  To MASDC Oct 12, 1957.
				Departed Dec 17, 1959.  To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Operational loss Dec 12, 1961
			908 w/o 3 Aug 1951 Gallup, NM
			909 (MSN 080-2166) Damaged 29 Oct 1951 mid-air with tow target-15 miles SW of Gila Bend, AZ
				2750th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH  To MASDC Nov 1, 1957.  Departed Dec 23, 1957.
				To Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.  Converted to QF-80F.  
				Returned to service with Proving Ground Command Center, Holloman AFB, NM.  Destroyed Feb 2, 1962.
			910 w/o 15 Feb 1952 in mid-air with 47-183 near Indian Springs AAF, NV
			911 w/o 21 Aug 1949 near Nth Sedgwick Fd, ME (engine failure)
48-913/920	Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
			Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
			913 w/o 26 Jul 1951 Williams AFB, AZ
			914 w/o 15 Apr 1952 Arizona
			919 w/o 4 Apr 1949 Clinton City A/p, OH
48-921/1078	Ryan L-17B Navion 
			MSN NAV-4-1627/1784.  Redesignated U-18B in 1962.  Ordered by USAF for delivery to US Army and National Guard for liaison duties
			921 (NAV-4-1627) became N4627K, operated by Pillsbury Mills Feed Soy Div out of Clinton, IA; deregistered 1951.
				Conflict: Delivered to USAF as 48-921
			922 (NAV-4-1628) Registered 1957 as N4179A. The landing gear collapsed, caused by worn bushings in the hydraulic 
				power control unit, during landing at Seymour, IN 4May88. Registration current [Oct20]
			923 (NAV-4-1629) became N7630B with Rock Valley College Aviation Tech Dept in Rockford, IL.  Deregistered in 1969, 
				but the registration was reserved in 1970, not taken up. It was photographed in Rockford, IL in 2007 in need 
				of restoration.  The photographer noted that the aircraft was exported to England.
			924 (NAV-4-1630) Accident at Brainard Field, Hartford, CT 24May49. Accident at Erie, PA 26Oct49. 
				became N2127Y private owner, deregistered Sep 10, 2007
			925 (NAV-4-1631) Registered 1959 as N999S. Registered to the United States Air Force. Operated by HQ USAF Aero Club. 
				Substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing on rough ground at Potomac, MD 17Jun65. Registration current [Oct20].
			926 (NAV-4-1632) became N4246A Aug 5, 1959 with Civil Air Patrol in Sandston, VA, deregistered Nov 19, 1963.
			927 (NAV-4-1633) Registered as N2791A. Registered 11Aug65 to the United States Air Force, Kirtland AFB, 
				Albuquerque, NM. Operated by Kirtland AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 6Jun68. Substantially damaged 
				after propeller failure caused by faulty maintenance and the airplane was intentionally landed with the gear 
				retracted during the forced landing on sandy soil near West Mesa Airport, Albuquerque, NM 20Jul67.
			928 (NAV-4-1634) Reserve Officer Training Corps, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois. Registered as N7635B. 
				Registered 7Nov60 to the United States Air Force, Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL. Operated by Chanute AFB Aero Club. 
				Registration cancelled 20May65. The L-17 displayed as 48-928 at the USAF museum is 47-1347
			929 (NAV-4-1635) registered 1964 as N2341.  Current Oct 2020
			930 (MSN NAV-4-1636)
			931 (NAV-4-1637) became N555V.   It was operated at some point by the flying 
				club at Quantico, VA.  Registered 14Nov67 to the United States Air Force, Fort Walton Beach, FL. 
				Operated by Eglin AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 15Jul71.
			932 (NAV-4-1638) to N236CS in 1957.  Cancelled Sep 19, 2014
			933 (NAV-4-1639) Registered 1958 as N7980A. Crashed and destroyed when undershot on final approach to 
				Las Cruces Municipal Airport, NM 24Oct64. Reregistered 29Dec05 as N842JW; current [Oct20]
			934 (NAV-4-1640)
			935 (NAV-4-1641) Accident at Hamamatsu Air Base, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan 10Aug52.  
				Registered 28Feb58 as N4292A to the US Army Department, Watviliet Arsenal, Watviliet, NY; cancelled 6May81.
			936 (NAV-4-1642) became N8086E.  Conversion by Tulsa Manufacturing Company as a Navion D.
				Was destroyed in a fatal crash Mar 29, 1964 in Vera Cruz, Mexico.  2 killed.
				The pilot failed to obtain flying speed during the initial climb after takeoff, the airplane stalled, 
				crashed and destroyed at Coatzacoalcos Airport, Veracruz, Mexico
			937 (NAV-4-1643)
			938 (NAV-4-1644) to N4903E.  The airplane experienced a total loss of engine power on initial climb 
				out from Falcon Field, Peachtree City in the vicinity of Sharpsburg, Georgia 14May00. A forced landing 
				was made to a wooded area. The pilot set climb power and started his crosswind turn when the engine stopped. 
				He initiated the emergency procedure by moving the fuel selector to the auxiliary tank and turned the electric 
				fuel boost pump on. He could hear the boost pump running and the fuel pressure gauge indicated pressure 
				in the green arc. The propeller was not turning. He engaged the starter but the engine did not turn over. 
				He selected an open field as a forced landing area, attempted a MAYDAY call, and moved the fuel selector 
				back to the main fuel tank. He checked the mixture was full rich, set the throttle, magnetos on both, 
				fuel boost pump was on, pressure checked, and engaged the starter with negative results. He informed the 
				passengers that he was not going to be able to make the open field and that he was going to land in the trees.
				He heard and felt the tops of the trees hitting the airplane, and pulled the nose up, the tail settled in as 
				the airplane began to decelerate. The airplane descended through the foliage and collided with the terrain. 
				The pilot sustained serious injuries, one passenger sustained minor injuries, and one passenger was not injured. 
				Examination of the engine assembly and accessories revealed that the engine-driven fuel pump shaft was sheared.
				 Registration expired 30Jun13, cancelled 24Jan18.
			939 (NAV-4-1645)
			940 (NAV-4-1646) Registered 1960 as N4971E. Registered 22Oct19 to the Andrews University 
				Department of Aviation, Berrien Springs, MI; current [Oct20].
			941 (NAV-4-1647)
			942 (NAV-4-1648)
			943 (NAV-4-1649) Registered 1May58 as N6072V to the United States Army, Fort Sheridan, IL. 
				Operated by the Fort Sheridan Flying Club. Registration cancelled 4Aug70.
			944 (NAV-4-1650) 3rd Light Aviation, 3rd Infantry Division, Korea. Used to fly Marilyn Monroe around for her USO tour 
				in Southeast Asia. Registered 1960 as N8068E. Damaged when the pilot forgot to lower the landing gear 
				prior to landing at Geneseo, NY 15Oct93. Registration current [Oct20].
			945 (NAV-4-1651) Registered 11Apr58 as N4208A to the Department of the Army, Fort Eustis, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Eustis Flying Club. Substantially damaged when the pilot inadvertently lowered full flaps 
				just after rotation, the airplane failed to obtain flying speed and settled into some trees at Savannah 
				Municipal Airport, GA 4Aug69. Registration cancelled 30Jun70.
			946 (NAV-4-1652)
			947 (NAV-4-1653) Registered 1965 as N4294C; current [Oct20]. Painted as NASA 217
			948 (NAV-4-1654) Registered 1960 as N5042K. Civil Air Patrol New Hampshire Wing. 
				Damaged during a practice search and rescue mission from Hampton when the pilot failed to use 
				the checklist and forgot to lower the landing gear prior to landing at Grenier Field, Manchester, NH 7May72.
				Registration current [Oct20].
			949 (NAV-4-1655) Registered 20Nov57 as N2776A to the Fort Benning Flying Club; cancelled 19May6
			950 (NAV-4-1656) 1st Cavalry Division (Infantry), Korea. Returned to USA. Registered as N5509V to the US Air Force, 
				Edwards AFB, CA. Operated by the Edwards AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 16Jul66.
			951 (NAV-4-1657) was registered as N1400Z.  The airplane experienced a loss of engine power 
				on takeoff and impacted terrain while attempting to return to the runway at the Calaveras County-Maury Rasmussen Field, 
				San Andreas, California 26Jun98. The airplane, on a local post-maintenance inspection flight, sustained substantial 
				damage. The pilot stated that no discrepancies were noted with the run-up or takeoff for the test flight. 
				On the climb out, at the departure end of the runway, the engine quit. The pilot stated that he attempted to 
				return to the runway, but the aircraft lost altitude and impacted terrain. The pilot had done some work on the fuel 
				selector; when he put the handle back to reinstall it on the aircraft he inadvertently reversed the handle. 
				When the pilot selected the main tank the fuel valve for the main tank would have been closed and the fuel 
				valve for the aft tank would have been open. He had filled the main tank with fuel for the test flight, 
				but there was not enough fuel in the aft tank to keep the engine running. Registration cancelled 20Dec05
			952 (NAV-4-1658) 1st ARS, 13th Maintenance Group, FEAMCOM, Kisarazu AB, Chiba, Japan. Accident on the 
				ground at Kisarazu AB, Japan 27Oct51
			953 (NAV-4-1659) Registered as N8379H. Registered 25Jun62 to the Department of the Army, Fort Leavenworth, KS. 
				Operated by the Fort Leavenworth Flying Club. Registration cancelled 30Jun70
			954 (NAV-4-1660)
			955 (NAV-4-1661) Registered 1959 as N999L; cancelled 3Apr18. Registered 10Oct18 as N999L; current [Oct20]
			956 (NAV-4-1662)
			957 (NAV-4-1663) registered Jan 25, 1968 as N8242E with the South Carolina Committee for Technical 
				Education, deregistered May 27, 1976
			958 (NAV-4-1664) Accident caused by North American T-6D 42-86531 while parked at Godman AFB, Fort Knox, KY 15Feb49. 
				Registered as N9509Z. Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by fuel starvation with the fuel 
				selector positioned between tanks during the climb after takeoff and collided with a dirt bank in the forced landing 
				near Kennesaw, GA 1Sep76. Registration current [Oct20].
			959 (NAV-4-1665) Registered 10Apr64 as N4953E to Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL; 
				cancelled 29Mar74
			960 (NAV-4-1666)
			961 (NAV-4-1667) Used for Operation OPEX on USS Leyte (CVA-32) in early 1950 to determine if loaded L-17s 
				could both fly off and land on aircraft escort carriers
			962 (NAV-4-1668) Registered as N1017B. The airplane sustained substantial damage during an in-flight 
				collision with trees and terrain near Newaygo, Michigan 23Aug01. The aircraft was executing a forced landing 
				subsequent to a loss of engine power during cruise flight. The pilot was fatally injured. The flight departed the 
				Lakeview Airport (13C), Lakeview, Michigan and was en route to Fremont Municipal Airport (3FM), Fremont, Michigan. 
				According to a Michigan State Police incident report, witnesses near the accident location reported the aircraft was 
				experiencing engine difficulties prior to and during the collision with the trees and terrain. A witness said there was 
				another airplane in the air at the time of the crash. It looked as though the two airplanes were traveling together. 
				The pilot of the accompanying airplane reported he and the pilot of the accident airplane had flown together to 13C 
				in-order to retrieve the accident airplane following an annual inspection on the accident airplane. The pilot stated he 
				and the accident pilot were en route to 3FM when the accident pilot reported over the radio that he was experiencing 
				engine difficulties. The pilot reported he instructed the accident pilot to complete his emergency engine restart procedures. 
				The pilot stated the accident pilot was able to restart the engine but the engine subsequently lost power again. 
				The pilot reported the airplane lost altitude, impacting the trees and terrain. Sale reported 8Nov05, cancelled 7Aug13
			963 (NAV-4-1669) was registered as N1669Z.  he airplane impacted the terrain on the level grassy 
				boundary of a golf course just east of Rainier Road Southeast, about one-quarter mile northeast of Aero Plaza Airport, 
				Olympia, Washington 21May94. The pilot and his passenger received fatal injuries, and the aircraft was destroyed. 
				The personal pleasure flight had just departed Aero Plaza Airport for Yakima Air Terminal, Yakima, Washington. 
				According to witnesses, N1669Z was the third in a group of five aircraft that were departing Aero Plaza to attend a fly-in at 
				Yakima. The first two aircraft took off to the west, and then executed left downwind climbing departures to the east.
				The pilot of 69Z followed this same basic profile, and observers reported that everything appeared normal until 69Z 
				passed the east end of the airfield. Within about 30 seconds after passing the east end of the airfield, at an altitude 
				estimated to be between 1,000 to 1,200 feet AGL, the pilot of 69Z transmitted "Navion Emergency" over the Olympia 
				Tower frequency. Then, either simultaneously or immediately thereafter, the aircraft was observed turning left (north)
				and beginning a shallow descent. The tower controller at Olympia responded to this transmission by asking if the tower 
				could be of help, and a pilot who had departed Aero Plaza after the Navion called him on the tower frequency, but there 
				was no answer to either of these calls. According to a number of witnesses, within a few seconds after turning north,
				engine power was reduced, and the aircraft's landing gear were lowered and then retracted. About the same time as 
				the gear was lowered, a white/light brown smoke began trailing behind the aircraft. The aircraft then began a 
				descending left turn back toward the airfield (east), and the smoke quickly turned grey, and then black. One witness, 
				who was near the point where the smoke first began coming from the aircraft, reported that there was a single loud pop 
				just prior to the initiation of the smoke. Within about five seconds after the smoke first started, the aircraft had rolled 
				into a bank steep enough that those near the flight path could see clearly into the cockpit. They reported that the 
				cockpit was engulfed in flames, and that they were unable to see the occupants because of the intensity of the fire. 
				These witnesses reported that flames were coming out of the top front and aft bottom of the canopy, and that smoke 
				was coming from the lower left front area of the cabin. None of the witnesses saw any flames in or near the engine 
				compartment, and none saw smoke that they were sure was clearly coming from forward of the firewall. 
				Some of the witness that were further away felt that the smoke might have been coming from the engine compartment 
				as well as the cabin area. No witness reported any external flames except those flames that could be seen trailing 
				from the canopy. As the smoke darkened, the angle of bank continued to increase, and the descending pitch angle 
				began to steepen. Approximately 10 to 15 seconds after the smoke first appeared, the aircraft impacted the terrain 
				in approximately 90 degrees of left bank, and with a nose-down pitch angle estimated by witnesses to be 50 to 70 degrees. 
				Immediately after impacting a ditch on the east side of Rainier Rd. S.E., the aircraft hit the right side of a compact car, 
				slid across the road to the west curb, and exploded in flames. Registration cancelled 21Jul95
			964 (NAV-4-1670) Accident three miles north of Ormond Beach, FL 9Feb49. Registered as N999T; cancelled 23Apr83..
			965 (NAV-4-1671) Accident 25 miles south of Marietta, GA 31May49.
			966 (NAV-4-1672) Registered 1960 as N5594A. Stewart AFB Aero Club, Newburgh, NY. Substantially damaged 
				when the pilot forgot to lower the landing gear prior to landing at Orange County Airport, Montgomery, NY 3Oct65. 
				Registration current [Oct20]
			967 (NAV-4-1673) Registered 1959 as N5041K. Damaged when the pilot forgot to lower the landing gear 
				prior to landing at Austin Airport, AR 30Aug78. Registration current [Oct20].
			968 (NAV-4-1674) Registered as N7709B. Registered 6Jun72 to the US Army, Fort Benning, GA. 
				Operated by the Fort Benning Flying Club. Registration cancelled 3Oct74
			969 (NAV-4-1675) Registered 1959 as N6489D; cancelled 30Apr13
			970 (NAV-4-1676)) Accident at NAS Akron, OH 5Jan52.  was registered N3906. Operated by the Mississippi State University 
				of Agriculture and Applied Science in the 1960’s. 
				Experiments were carried out at Starkville, MS under a contract with the Department of the Navy, 
				Office of Naval Research, Washington, DC. on geometric boundary layer control.
				On Jan 1, 1982 The aircraft experienced engine roughness and a drop in oil pressure; the pilot elected to make a precautionary landing. 
				The prevailing weather was sky obscured, ceiling and visibility zero. The pilot lined up on the high intensity approach lights 
				but could not see the runway lights.The aircraft collided with trees about 500 feet left of the runway and 2/3rds of the way
				down the runway. Examination of the engine revealed a broken compression ring on one of the  cylinders.  
				Registration N3906K cancelled 5Jun84. 
			971 (NAV-4-1677) Registered 19Jun58 as N6076V to the United States Army, Fort Sheridan, IL. Operated by the Fort Sheridan Flying Club. 
				pilot continued a visual flight from Greater Kankakee Airport in adverse weather with low clouds and snow and crashed 
				into terrain at Aroma Park, IL 24Mar66 (3 fatalities). Registration cancelled 24Jun66
			972 (NAV-4-1678) has confirmed Korean War service with the 7th Infantry Division.  Registered as N6092V. 
				Registered 21Mar62 to the US Army, Rock Island Arsenal, IL. Registration cancelled 13May64
			973 (NAV-4-1679) to N6844C; sale reported 6Jan92, cancelled 13Feb13
			974 (NAV-4-1680) Registered 1959 as N7733C. Civil Air Patrol, California Wing, San Francisco, CA May64. 
				Substantially damaged during a simulated emergency landing when the engine failed caused by carburettor 
				icing and the landing gear collapsed during the forced landing near Livermore, CA 16Dec65. Registration current [Oct20]
			975 (NAV-4-1681) Registered 11Mar58 as N4180A to the US Army, Fort George G Meade, MD.  
				Operated by the Fort Meade Flying Club. Registration cancelled 25May65.
			976 (NAV-4-1682) Registered as N8380H. Registered 23Aug62 to the United States Army, Fort Riley, KS. 
				Operated by the Fort Riley Flying Club. Registration cancelled 13Aug74.
			977 (NAV-4-1683)
			978 (NAV-4-1684) registered Aug 7, 1959 as N8084E with Navion Division of TUSCO Corp, Galveston, TX.  
				Deregistered Nov 28, 1962.
			979 (NAV-4-1685) to N9064R,  current Oct 2020
			980 (NAV-4-1686) registered Aug 7, 1959 as N8085E with Navion Division of TUSCO Corp, Galveston, TX.  
				Deregistered Nov 28, 1962.
			981 (NAV-4-1687) Registered 12Dec57 as N10551 to the Fort Rucker Flying Club, Fort Rucker, AL; cancelled 3Aug70
			982 (NAV-4-1688) Registered 1959 as N7727C; current [Oct20].
			983 (NAV-4-1689)
			984 (NAV-4-1690) US Army, Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA. Registered as N10327. Civil Air Patrol, L. G. Hanscom Field, 
				Bedford, MA 1964. Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL 1971. 
				Registered 5Mar91 to private owner. Destroyed in windstorm in 2004. Registration cancelled 11May12
			985 (NAV-4-1691)
			986 (NAV-4-1692) Registered 8Dec58 as N333Y to the United States Army, Fort Myer, Arlington, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Myer Flying Club. Registration cancelled 21May65
			987 (NAV-4-1693)
			988 (NAV-4-1694) Registered as N9037R. Registered 31Aug60 to the Blytheville AFB Aero Club, AR; 
				cancelled 7Aug65.
			989 (NAV-4-1695) Registered 1960 as N5040K. Substantially damaged when the engine began to 
				lose power after taking off from Kenedy Regional Airport, TX 27Jun83. It quit and restarted several times 
				while the pilot was trying to return to the airport. During an emergency landing, about three miles from 
				the airport, the pilot elected to land with the gear retracted since there were terraces in the landing area. 
				The reason for the power loss was not verified. Damaged landing at Miami, FL 8Mar04. The pilot/owner 
				was practicing touch and go landings with a passenger on board. He was doing so in order to acquire the 
				three take offs and landings within the preceding 90 days so as to meet currency requirements of FAR. 
				He had completed several touch and go landings and was preparing for his final landing when a nearby 
				banner towing aircraft distracted his attention, thus he failed to lower the landing gear. Registration current [Oct20].
			990 (NAV-4-1696) Registered 1960 as N4913E; sale reported 12Oct95, cancelled 10Dec12.
			991 (NAV-4-1697)
			992 (NAV-4-1698) Registered as N213NY to the Civil Air Patrol, New York Wing, NY. Substantially damaged 
				when the nose landing gear collapsed caused by faulty maintenance landing at Zahn’s Airport, 
				North Amityville, Long Island, NY 27Aug64. Substantially damaged when the propeller pitch control 
				failed causing exhaustion of engine oil and the airplane collided with ditches during the forced 
				landing at Allentown, NJ 19Aug66. Registration cancelled 30Oct68.
			993 (NAV-4-1699) Registered 1960 as N7735C; expired 31Dec11, cancelled 23May17.
			994 (NAV-4-1700)
			995 (NAV-4-1701) Registered 16Jan59 as N999N to the US Air Force, Washington, DC. 
				Operated by the Headquarters USAF Aero Club, Pentagon. Registration cancelled 8Jul65.
				I can't find an NTSB report, but there is a listing of 
				crash sites in WV which says where the wreckage is, and claims the plane crashed on Nov 2, 1987.  However, 
				FAA shows the plane deregistered on Jul 8, 1965.  There has to be confusion somewhere!  Perhaps the 
				wreckage was found in 1987? 
			996 (NAV-4-1702) Registered 1961 as N6589D; cancelled 26Jun18. Registered 17Aug18 as N6589D 
				to the American Flight Museum, Topeka, KS; current [Oct20]. 
			997 (NAV-4-1703) Registered 1960 as N8664E. Registered 15Nov90 to JW Duff Aircraft / Duffy's Aircraft Parts, 
				Denver, CO. Registration expired 31Oct15, cancelled 21Feb18.
			998 (NAV-4-1704)
			999 (NAV-4-1705) to civil registry at N10145 in 1959.  Current Oct 2020
			1000 (NAV-4-1706) Registered as N804Z. Registered 17Nov60 to the United States Air Force, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC. 
				Operated by the Bolling AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 8Nov63
			1001 (NAV-4-1707) Registered 1961 as N7748C; cancelled 30Aug12
			1002 (NAV-4-1708) Registered 19Jan59 as N999P to the US Air Force, Washington, DC. Operated by the Headquarters 
				USAF Aero Club, Pentagon. The engine stopped, caused by a piston failure, throwing oil onto the windscreen and a 
				report of fire coming out the left side of the cowling. The airplane collided with trees during the forced landing and 
				was destroyed near Preston Glenn Municipal Airport, Lynchburg, VA 29Oct67 (3 fatalities:1INJ). Registration cancelled 29Oct67
			1003 (NAV-4-1709)
			1004 (NAV-4-1710)
			1005 (NAV-4-1711)
			1006 (NAV-4-1712) Registered 24Jun60 as N10409 to the Griffiss AFB Aero Club, Rome, NY; cancelled 19Mar75
			1007 (NAV-4-1713) Accepted by USAF 24Jan49. Transferred to US Army Dec49. Assigned to Project AFF9PL-10 for 
				shipment to Erding Air Depot, Bavaria, West Germany. Army Field Forces, European Command. Stored at 
				Middletown Air Depot, PA. Registered 1960 as N7734C. Civil Air Patrol, Presidio of San Francisco, CA. 
				Civil Air Patrol, Ellensburg, WA. Civil Air Patrol, Yakima, WA. SOC from USAF inventory Jun67. 
				Registered Jun70 as N77BH. The airplane wears the paint scheme for a Reserve Officer Training Corps 
				trainer of the 1960s. Registration current [Oct20].
			1008 (NAV-4-1714) to N4929E current [Oct20].
			1009 (NAV-4-1715) Accident at Erie, PA 26Oct49
			1010 (NAV-4-1716) Registered 1960 as N3366G. Military flying club. Substantially damaged 
				when it struck a building after the pilot pulled the propeller through with the ignition switched on but the aircraft 
				was not occupied at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX 23Aug64. Registration cancelled 7Oct14
			1011 (NAV-4-1717) Registered 1959 as N8222E; sale reported to Germany 1Jul10, 
				cancelled 27Feb13
			1012 (NAV-4-1718) Registered as N1006B; revoked 14May77, cancelled 25Jun09.
			1013 (NAV-4-1719) Registered as N10562. Registered 18Jan65 to the United States Air Force, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. 
				Operated by Kirtland AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 5Jun70
			1014 (NAV-4-1720) Registered as N10557. Registered 13Dec65 to the United States Air Force, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. \	
				Operated by Kirtland AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 12Nov69
			1015 (NAV-4-1721) to N805Z.  Current Oct 2020
			1016 (NAV-4-1722) Registered 16Jan59 as N999Q to the US Air Force, Washington, DC. Operated by the 
				Headquarters USAF Aero Club, Pentagon. Substantially damaged when the engine failed after fuel exhaustion 
				and the airplane struck a sand trap during the forced landing on a golf course at Denville, NJ 13Nov66. 
				Registration cancelled 14Dec71..
			1017 (NAV-4-1723)
			1018 (NAV-4-1724)
			1019 (NAV-4-1725)
			1020 (NAV-4-1726)
			1021 (NAV-4-1727) Registered 1960 as N2995C. Damaged on a short field approach when the pilot 
				forgot to lower the landing gear and landed gear up at Fort Myers, FL 5Jan91. Registered 30Jul97 to the American 
				Airpower Heritage Flying Museum; current [Oct20]. Resident with the Commemorative Air Force-Florida Wing, 
				DeLand Municipal Airport, FL.
			1022 (NAV-4-1728) Registered as N9702Z. Registered 21Jul60 to the United States Air Force, McChord AFB, 
				Tacoma, WA. Operated by McChord AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 28Oct60
			1023 (NAV-4-1729) Registered 2Sep60 as N6834D to the United States Air Force, Grand Forks AFB, ND. 
				Operated by Grand Forks AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 20May65
			1024 (NAV-4-1730)
			1025 (NAV-4-1731) Registered as N9097C. Registered 21Jan65 to the United States Air Force, McConnell AFB, 
				Wichita, KS. Operated by McConnell AFB Aero Club. Registration cancelled 11Aug71. 
				Registered as N9097C; cancelled. [SDR dated 21Jul83] 
			1026 (NAV-4-1732) Registered 29Sep58 as N7710B to the United States Army, Clarksville, TN. Operated by the 
				Fort Campbell Flying Club, Outlaw Field, Clarksville. Registration cancelled 19Jun61
			1027 (NAV-4-1733) Accepted by USAF at San Diego 3Feb49. Delivered 28Feb49. Assigned to 
				Project AFF9PL-10 for shipment to Erding Air Depot, Bavaria, West Germany. Army Field Forces, European Command.
			1028 (NAV-4-1734) Accepted by USAF at San Diego 3Feb49. Delivered 28Feb49. Assigned to 
				Project AFF9PL-10 for shipment to Erding Air Depot, Bavaria, West Germany. Army Field Forces, European Command.
			1029 (NAV-4-1735) Accepted by USAF at San Diego 8Feb49. Delivered 1Mar49. Assigned to 
				Project AFF9PL-10 for shipment to Erding Air Depot, Bavaria, West Germany. Army Field Forces, European Command.
			1030 (NAV-4-1736) Accepted by USAF at San Diego 8Feb49. Delivered 1Mar49. Assigned to 
				Project AFF9PL-10 for shipment to Erding Air Depot, Bavaria, West Germany. Army Field Forces, 
				European Command. Shipped from Long Beach, CA for the Far East Command, Southeast Asia Jun50. 
				1st Cavalry Division (Infantry), Korea. Returned to USA. Registered 1959 as N4238A. 
				JW Duff Aircraft / Duffy's Aircraft Parts, Denver, CO. Complete rebuilding and restoration over 20 years; 
				airworthy by 2004. Registration current [Oct20].
			1031 (NAV-4-1737) Accepted by USAF at San Diego 8Feb49. Delivered 2Mar49. Assigned to 
				Project AFF9PL-10 for shipment to Erding Air Depot, Bavaria, West Germany. Army Field Forces, 
				European Command. Registered 1959 N7728C. Civil Air Patrol, Nevada Wing. 
				Substantially damaged when the pilot failed to use the checklist and forgot to lower the landing 
				gear prior to a power-on landing at Carson City Airport, NV 11Feb67. Registration current [Oct20
			1032 (NAV-4-1738)Registered 23Mar59 as N4197A to the United States Army, Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island, NY. 
				Operated by the Fort Jay Flying Club. Registration cancelled 20May65
			1033 (NAV-4-1739) Registered 1960 as N4780C. Registered 10Dec73 to the Fairbanks 
				North Star Borough School, Fairbanks, AK. Registration cancelled 14Oct14. External storage 
				dismantled at Hutchison Institute of Technology, Fairbanks [2020].
			1034 (NAV-4-1740) Registered as N5030K. Registered 6Mar61 to the United States Army, 
				Dugway, UT. Operated by the Dugway Flying Club. Registration cancelled 18Nov66
			1035 (NAV-4-1741)
			1036 (NAV-4-1742)
			1037 (NAV-4-1743)
			1038 (NAV-4-1744)
			1039 (NAV-4-1745)
			1040 (NAV-4-1746) Registered as N6722C. Registered 2Mar61 to the United States Army, Barstow, CA. 
				Operated by the Camp Irwin Flying Club. Registration cancelled 24Sep70.
			1041 (NAV-4-1747)
			1042 (NAV-4-1748) Personal aircraft of Major General Matthew Ridgway in Southeast Asia. 
				Nose art of a Conestoga wagon wheel and the words “The Big Wheel”. Registered 1958 as N5426V. 
				Civil Air Patrol Pennsylvania Wing. Registration expired 4Nov82, cancelled 15Aug13. 
				Derelict in CAP colors at Bradley Skyranch, North Pole, Alaska [last noted May08]
			1043 (NAV-4-1749)
			1044 (NAV-4-1750) Registered as N1722M. Registered 26Jan64 to the US Department of the 
				Army, Fort Bragg, NC. Operated by the Fort Bragg Flying Club. Registration cancelled 10Jul70
			1045 (NAV-4-1751) ccident at Tempe Airport, AZ 22Aug51. Registered as N6723C. Military Flying Club. 
				The pilot misjudged distance and speed overshooting a landing, crashed, colliding with ditches and 
				the airplane was destroyed at Lake County Municipal Airport, Clear Lakes, CA 24Apr64. 
				Registration cancelled 21May65
			1046 (NAV-4-1752) Registered as N555U. Registered 7Nov69 to the US Department of the Army, 
				Cascade, MD. Operated by the Quantico Marine Corps flying club, Quantico, VA. Registration revoked 26Mar77, 
				cancelled 20Sep12.  To United States Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL. External display
			1047 (NAV-4-1753) Registered as N8081E. Substantially damaged landing at Big Bear, CA 23Jun90. 
				The aircraft was making an approach and appeared to be very low. Witnesses observed the aircraft pop 
				up and over some trees at the end of the runway then begin to settle into the flare over the runway. 
				The aircraft suddenly began veering off the right side of the runway. It collided with the airport wind 'T', 
				several other facilities and four parked aircraft before coming to a stop in an aircraft parking area. 
				It is likely that the pilot failed to adequately compensate for the cross wind on his approach. The 
				witnesses reported that the surface winds close to the runway consisted of a left cross wind of about 13 knots. 
				Registration cancelled 12Dec90
			1048 (NAV-4-1754) Registered as N2780A. Registered 21Jan72 to the United States Army, 
				Fort Campbell, KY. Operated by the Fort Campbell Flying Club, Outlaw Field, Clarksville, TN. 
				Registration revoked 4Jun77, cancelled 20Jul09
			1049 (NAV-4-1755) Registered 20Jan58 as N7242C to the Department of the Army, Fort Huachuca, AZ. 
				Operated by the Fort Huachuca Flying Club. Registration cancelled 23Nov70
			1050 (NAV-4-1756) became N10151, deregistered Jun 9, 1976
			1051 (NAV-4-1757) Registered 5May58 as N61297 to the Fort Leavenworth Flying Club, KS; cancelled 17May58. 
				Registered 9Feb59 as N2979C to the Department of the Army, Fort Leavenworth, KS. Operated by the
				Fort Leavenworth Army Flying Club. Registration cancelled 21May64
				It was only registered N61297 for the one month in 1958, 
			1052 (NAV-4-1758) Registered 18May59 as N4781C to the United States Army, Seattle, WA. Operated by the 
				Cheechako Flying Club. Registration cancelled 23Sep70. MSN NAV-4-1552 [N4552K] is painted as 48-1052
			1053 (NAV-4-1759) Registered 13Jun58 as N10003 to the West Point Flying Club, West Point, NY. 
				Substantially damaged when the pilot misjudged distance and speed overshooting a landing, colliding 
				with ditches at Chester Airport, CT 3Apr66. Registration cancelled 30Dec70
			1054 (NAV-4-1760) Registered 1957 as N4986N; expired 10Mar90, cancelled 18Dec12
			1055 (NAV-4-1761)
			1056 (NAV-4-1762)
			1057 (NAV-4-1763) Registered 5Mar58 as N555W to the United States Army, Fort Myer, Arlington, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Myer Flying Club. Registration cancelled 12Jun65.
			1058 (NAV-4-1764)
			1059 (NAV-4-1765)
			1060 (NAV-4-1766) New Hampshire National Guard 1949/56. Registered 1957 as N10133 
				to the United States Army, Fort Devans, MA. Operated by the Fort Devans Flying Club. Named ‘Big Red’. 
				Damaged when the pilot forgot to lower the landing gear prior to landing after a flight from Del Rio (DRT) 
				to Alpine, Texas (E38) 1Feb08. The aircraft slid approximately 300 feet along the centerline of the 
				runway before coming to rest. The aircraft sustained damage to the lower fuselage skin, bulkheads and keel. 
				The flaps and flap hinges were down and also sustained damage. Registration current [Oct20
			1061 (NAV-4-1767) Accident at Kellen Airport, VA 25Nov49. Registered as N1114V. Registered 30Aug61 
				to the United States Air Force, Quantico, VA. Operated by the Headquarters USAF Aero Club. 
				Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by fuel starvation and the landing gear 
				collapsed in the forced landing near Findlay, OH 28May66. Registration cancelled 10Apr67.
			1062 (NAV-4-1768) to N6850C in 1958.  Deregistered Jul 20, 2011
			1063 (NAV-4-1769) Registered 18Jun58 as N4243A to the US Department of the Army, Fort Lee, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Lee Flying Club. Registration cancelled 20May65
			1064 (NAV-4-1770) Accident by Curtiss C-46D 44-77508 while parked at Wheeler-Sack Field, 
				 Camp, Watertown, NY 10Feb52
			1065 (NAV-4-1771) Registration N42056 assigned 25Feb99, registered 13Nov01; expired, cancelled 8Mar18.
			1066 (NAV-4-1772) Registered 20Mar58 as N6603C to the US Department of the Army, Fort Lewis, Tacoma, WA. 
				Operated by the Fort Lewis Flying Club. Registration cancelled 13Jul70
			1067 (NAV-4-1773) Registered 1979 as N8RC; cancelled 2Dec19. Registered 19May20 as N8RC; current [Oct20]
			1068 (NAV-4-1774) Registered 1958 as N715CT; cancelled 18Jun12. Registered 14Aug13 as N715CT; current [Oct20].
			1069 (NAV-4-1775) Accident at Harrisburg, PA 23Mar49. Accident at Indiantown Gap, PA 29Jul49. 
				Accident at Allegheny County Airport, Pittsburgh, PA 13Dec49. Registered 1961 as N10332.
				Reregistered 29Aug07 as N1069P; current [Oct20]
			1070 (NAV-4-1776) Registered as N7828B.Registered 14Apr64 to the Fort Sam Houston Flying Club,
				Fort Sam Houston, TX. Registration cancelled 7May73. Destroyed when the airplane ground looped 
				and collided with trees during takeoff from a private airstrip at Bassett, Leon Valley, TX 1Jun64 (1 fatality:2INJ)..
			1071 (NAV-4-1777) Accident one mile east of Beattie, KS 24Feb49. Registered 19Feb58 as N4232A 
				to the Fort Knox Aero Klub, KY. A family of six was killed when the plane crashed on a hilltop three miles 
				south of Whitney Point, NY after encountering bad weather 10Aug62. State police identified the victims 
				as an Army Sergeant of Fort Knox, KY, his wife and their four children. They had been visiting his parents at 
				Morris, NY, while on leave from Fort Knox. The plane departed Norwich airport, NY bound for Zanesville, Ohio. 
				Broome County Airport at Binghamton, NY, reported that the pilot radioed shortly after takeoff that he was 
				running into low ceiling, rain and fog. He indicated that he would reverse course and attempt to return to 
				Norwich; at that point contact was lost. The scene of the crash was Whitney Point Hill, near the Pennsylvania 
				state line; wreckage was scattered over a 450-yard area. Registration cancelled 20May65.
			1072 (NAV-4-1778) Registered 21Apr58 to the US Army, Fort Sam Houston, TX. Operated by the Fort Sam Houston 
				Flying Club. Registration cancelled 20Mar71
			1073 (NAV-4-1779)
			1074 (NAV-4-1780) became N3787G registered to John Planker in New Jersey, deregistered May 5, 1981.
			1075 (NAV-4-1781) became N4902E with USAF at Langley AFB, deregistered 1970.  This particular L-17 was delivered to the 176th Infantry Regiment, 
				Virginia Army National Guard, Washington DC on 18 February 1949, and transferred to the U.S. Army Field 
				Forces in January 1951. On May 5, 1953 a repair tag was installed on the airframe from Far East Air 
				Materiel Command 6400th Maintenance Group at SHOWA, Kisarazu A.B. Japan.  It was returned from the Far East 
				Air Materiel Command in 1955 and went on to serve with the Civil Air Patrol, Syracuse University 
				ROTC (Air University) Elmira NY, 255th ROTC Detachment State University of Iowa, Iowa City IA, Strategic 
				Air Command (flyable storage) Offutt AFB NE, and in 1961 Langley Aero Club, Langley VA. It was listed as 
				destroyed in 1970 and sold as scrap. It was retrieved from a storage building 1993 and then went through a 
				five year restoration, and at this time her military history was realized.  It turns out that N91173 was actually 
				originally associated with a destroyed Navion that crashed on takeoff at Toledo Ohio, and the paper work was 
				associated with NAV-4-1781 when it was recovered in 1970.  . Registered 25Oct93 as N91173 with MSN NAV-4-227. The Navion is hangared 
				at the Military Aviation Preservation Society Air Museum, North Canton, OH. Registration current [Oct20].
			1076 (NAV-4-1782) Registered 28May58 as N333X to the United States Army, Fort Myer, Arlington, VA. 
				Operated by the Fort Myer Flying Club. Registration cancelled 4Aug59
			1077 (NAV-4-1783) Registered 1958 as N7803B; current [Oct20]. 47-1361 used in rebuild [N6409D]
			1078 (NAV-4-1784) Registered as N4951C. Damaged when the pilot forgot to lower the 
				landing gear prior to landing at Santa Rosa, CA 19Mar79. Registration current [Oct20]
48-1079/1300	Cancelled Contract for Ryan L-17B
48-1301/1368	North American T-6C Texan
			Were ex-USN SNJ-4s that had been transferred to the CAA, but later redelivered to the USAF in 1948 
				after being remanufactured to T-6C standards
			1301 (MSN 88-9047) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 05540. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1302 (MSN 88-9048) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 05541. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1303 (MSN 88-9056) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 05549. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
			1304 (MSN 88-9115) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 05608. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Ground instructional airframe Jun54
			1305 (MSN 88-9145) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 05638. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1306 (MSN 88-9335) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09820. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1307 (MSN 88-9346) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09831. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1308 (MSN 88-9401) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09886. Delivered to USAF as 48-1308. 
				3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1309 Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09891. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1310 (MSN 88-9408) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09893. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, 
				Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American 
				Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14400
			1311 (MSN 88-9446) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09931. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX.
			1312 (MSN 88-9454) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09939. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1313 (MSN 88-9553) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 09994. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
			1314 (MSN 88-9562) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10003. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Crashed nine miles northeast of New Braunfels, TX 21Sep48
			1315 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1316 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14405
			1317 (MSN 88-9598) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10039. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Accident landing at Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX 16Jan50
			1318 (MSN 88-9742) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10058. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1319 (MSN 88-9743) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10059. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Accident seven miles northeast of Brooks AFB, San Antonio, TX 28Jul50
			1320 (MSN 88-9765) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10071. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14408
			1321 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 	
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14417
			1322 (MSN 88-9774) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10080. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1323 (MSN 88-9858) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10134. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX.
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14413
			1324 (MSN 88-10164) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10185. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14425
			1325 (MSN 88-10167) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10188. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1326 (MSN 88-10173) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10194. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Accident landing at Randolph AFB 23Feb50
			1327 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1328 (MSN 88-10189) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10210. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1329 (MSN 88-10225) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10236. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14416
			1330  Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX.
			1331 (MSN 88-10230) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10241. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1332 (MSN 88-10267) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10262. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, T
			1333 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
			1334 (MSN 88-10322) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26427. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1335 (MSN 88-10297) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10292. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14380
			1336 (MSN 88-10315) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10310. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1337 (MSN 88-10320) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 10315. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
			1338 (MSN 88-10389) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26462. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
			1339 (MSN 88-10399) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26472. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1340 (MSN 88-10415) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26488. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1341 (MSN 88-10680) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26516. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1342 (MSN 88-10703) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26539. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1343 (MSN 88-10712) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26548. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14407
			1344 (MSN 88-10714) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26550. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1345 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1346 (MSN 88-10739) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26575. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14397
			1347 (MSN 88-10741) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26577. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1348 (MSN 88-10887) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26593. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1349 (MSN 88-10902) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26608. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Accident seven miles northeast of Victoria, TX 22Mar50
			1350 (MSN 88-10905) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26611. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14438
			1351 (MSN 88-10908) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26614. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX.  
				With Delaware ANG
			1352 (MSN 88-10911) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26617. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1353 (MSN 88-10912) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26618. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1354 (MSN 88-11006) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26632. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Accident landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #4, Martindale, TX 16Nov49
			1355 (MSN 88-11007) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26633. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
			1356 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14472
			1357 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1358 (MSN 88-11021) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26647. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1359 (MSN 88-11029) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26655. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX.
			1360 (MSN 88-11033) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26659. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14406
			1361 (MSN 88-11034) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26660. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14387
			1362 (MSN 88-11035) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26661. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Accident three miles SSW of Randolph AFB 21Jul50
			1363 (MSN 88-11196) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26712. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1364 (MSN 88-11202) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26718. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1365 (MSN 88-11212) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26728. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1366 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14392
			1367 (MSN 88-11218) Remanufactured from SNJ-4 26734. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX
			1368 Remanufactured from SNJ-4. 3510th Pilot Training Wing, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX. 
				Remanufactured to T-6G standard by North American Aviation at Columbus, OH as 51-14394
48-1369/1370	Chase YC-122A
48-1371/1372	North American XT-28 Trojan
			MSN 159-2,3.  Model NA-159.  Originally designated XBT-28.  MASDC dispositions from www.amarcexperience.com
			1371 flew for first time Jan 20, 1950.  Delivered to USAF 9Feb51
				Assigned to Air Force Test Center, El Centro, CA. Designated JT-28 23May56
				Designated JT-28A 1May57.  To MASDC 23Jan61. To reclamation 18Jun65. Noted at Hamilton Aviation 
				yard, Tucson, Arizona in 1974
			1372 delivered to USAF 30Nov50.  Assigned to Air Force Test Center, El Centro, CA. Used in a flight test 
				program evaluating the T-28's all-weather capabilities.  Designated ET-28 30Jun53.
				Designated JT-28 1Dec55.  Designated JT-28A 31May58
				To MASDC 26Nov58. To reclamation 18Jun65.
48-1373/1375	Grumman A-12A 
			Designation given by surplus J2F-6 (Model G-15) overhauled by USAF and sent to Fuerza Aerea Colombiana.
48-1376/1383	Cancelled contract
48-1384		Bell X-1A
			First flight, unpowered, on Feb 14, 1953 at Edwards AFB; first powered flight on Feb 21, 1953.
				Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later the High-Speed Flight Station, 
				Edwards AFB, CA, Sep 1954.
				Intended to investigate aerodynamic phenomena at speeds greater than Mach 2 and altitudes greater 
				than 90,000 ft. On Aug 8, 1955 suffered a mid-air explosion of its liquid oxygen tank while still attached to its 
				B-29 (S/N 45-21800) mothership.  After the explosion, it was jettisoned to its complete destruction.
48-1385		Bell X-1B
			Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 15, 1954 to Jul 1955.
				Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, 
				CA, Jan 1955.  Equipped with aerodynamic heating instrumentation for thermal research.  Also used to 
				train X-2 pilots.  NACA continued to fly the aircraft until January 1958 when cracks in its liquid oxygen tank 
				forced its grounding. The X-1B completed a total of 27 flights.
				Preserved and on display at the National Museum of the US Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
48-1386		Bell X-1D
			The first of the second generation of supersonic rocket planes. To be used for heat transfer research.
				Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA
				On Jul 24, 1951 the X-1D was launched over Rogers Dry Lake, on what was to become the only successful 
				flight of its career. The unpowered glide was completed after a nine-minute descent, but upon landing, 
				the nose landing gear failed and the aircraft slid ungracefully to a stop. Repairs took several weeks 
				to complete and a second flight was scheduled for mid-August. 
				On Aug 22, 1951, the X-1D was lost in an explosion in its liquid oxygen tank during preparations for the first powered flight. 
				The aircraft was destroyed upon impact after it was jettisoned into Rogers Dry Lake from its EB-50A 
				mothership.
48-1387		Cancelled contract for Bell X-1C
			Intended to test armaments and munitions in the high transonic and supersonic flight regimes. It was 
				canceled while still in the mockup stage, as the development of transonic and supersonic-capable 
				aircraft like the North American F-86 Sabre and the North American F-100 Super Sabre eliminated 
				the need for a dedicated experimental test vehicle.