Recent Updates to List of US Navy Serial Numbers



Last revised May 21, 2017



38249 Stearman N2S-3 MSN 75-7870. To civil register as N5121N and in 1995 
to N450ST but cancelled on March 25, 1997. In 2001 to 
PT-ZST and still current in 2012. 
167884 MH-60S Nighthawk As AC-611 with HSC-7 in August 2013. 

P-47G 42-25025 (338th FG, 305th FS) crashed into SBD-4 BuNo 10376 during takeoff at Dale Mabry Field, FL Dec 16, 1943.
SBD-4 10376 (c/n 2306) destroyed in the crash of P-47G 42-25025 while parked at Dale Mabry Field, FL Dec 16, 1943.
F6F-3 40177 (VF-3) crashed after midair collision with Kittyhawk Mk.III 833 7 mi NW of Smith Island, WA Nov 5, 1943. 
Pilot bailed out, but never found. SOC Nov 7, 1943.
P-40M 43-5699 (c/n 27386) to RCAF as 833 Jan 26, 1943. Crashed after midair collison with F6F-3 40177 7 mi NW of 
Smith Island, WA Nov 5, 1943. Pilot killed. SOC Nov 9, 1943.

61671 N2S-5 (MSN 75-5793) (also PT-13D 42-17630) was registered N58982, cancelled 13 Sep 1989; to VH-JQY.
158453/158527	Douglad TA-4J Skyhawk
		158514 CTW-1 'A-757' noted derelict at Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic (12NC), NC, Apr 7 2017.

3344 N2S-1 (MSN 75-1121) is registered N61816.

07222 N2S-3 (MSN 75-6826) —you have 75-7826.

07517 N2S-3 (MSN 75-7121) was registered as N36991, cancelled 8/19/13. To Army Aviation Museum 1993.

07552 N2S-3 (MSN 75-7156) is registered N64648.

30086 N2S-4 (MSN 75-3525) was registered CF-EQT, cancelled 1 Dec 1989.

37856 N2S-4 (MSN 75-3603) is registered N68722.

38107 N2S-3 (MSN 75-7728) is registered N5820V.

112239 SNJ-6 is registered as N6442D.
2540 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA May 18, 1942 to Jun 11, 1943.
First flown December 7, 1941 at Bethpage, NY

37828 (MSN B-81) converted to JRF-6X Jan 5, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU Mar 9, 1956.
					To civil registry as N703 in 1956.  Current 2014.
Delivered to US Marine Corps 31Aug44; Santa Barbara, CA; NAS Quonset Point, RI Nov52;  converted to JRF-6 Jul53; 
NAS Annapolis, MD; WFU 30Dec54; Registered as N703 to US Fish and Wildlife Service, Lake Hood, AK; Last flight Oct65; 
Derelict at Lake Spenard, AK; John Pletcher Jun94; Registered as N703 27Jul94; Restored to airworthy condition; 
First post-restoration flight Aug95; Damaged 5May96 when the left main landing gear collapsed during landing; 
Grand Champion Warbird, Arlington, WA 1998; Champion Seaplane, Oshkosh, WI 1998; Transferred to B-81 
LLC 22Jul13; Airworthy and current [Feb17]

67208 (MSN 5791) ex USAAF AT-7C 43-33449.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N3753
ex USAAF AT-7C 43-33449; US Navy Pool, NAS Dallas, TX 17Jan46; NAS Alameda, CA May46; Reconditioned at 
NAS Alameda Jul - Sep46; NAS Corpus Christi, TX Sep46; FASRON 5 NAS Oceana, VA Jan47; Modified as SNB-3 Feb49; 
Assigned new msn N235; Naval Air Development Center, Johnsville, PA 16Feb50; Pool Buaer Wichita, KS 1May51; 
Remanufactured by Beech to SNB-5 29Feb52; Assigned new msn N864; VS-801, NAS Norfolk, VA 6Mar52; 
VS-27 NAS Norfolk, VA 16Mar53; NAS Pensacola, FL 9Feb54; CVA-20 USS Bennington, NAS New York Feb55; 
FASRON 2, NAS Norfolk, VA 6Sep55; CVA-60 USS Saratoga, NAS New York 18Apr56; NAS Pensacola, FL 11Oct56; 
12th Naval District, NAF Monterey, CA 12Jan57; Storage at Litchfield Park May60 - Feb62; Buweps FA, 
NAS Pensacola, FL Feb62; NAF Naples, Italy May62; Redesignated TC-45J 18Sep62; Redesignated UC-45J 14Oct64; 
At Naples until at least May65; MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ; Stricken 30Apr68; Donated to South 
Georgia Technical & Vocational School (later South Georgia Technical College), Americus, GA; 
Registered 25Apr69 as N3753, cancelled 22Jul69; Still extant at Souther Field, Americus Oct16

85882 to civil registry as N9584Z
Accepted by US Navy Mar45; Naval Aviation Radar Training Unit, NAS Sand Point, Seattle, WA; SOC 1956; 
registered as N9584Z; Intended for use as a fire bomber or bug sprayer but not converted; Restored 
to airworthy condition, named ‘Ida Red’, code 7; Registration current [Jan17]
				
123088			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
				Model G-82.  Registered N3143G by Aero Union Corporation for use as tanker but not used as such; 
					in open storage at Chico, CA 1988
Registered  to Aero Union Corporation, Chico as N3143G 15Jun62; Registered  to Airstaion Inc, Arlington, WA 18Mar11, 
expired 31Mar14; Last noted in external storage, partially dismantled, at Chico Sep10

140987 (MSN N-1139) originally 41-21097 MSN 1112).  To South Georgia Technical College, Americus-Souther Field, 
					Georgia as N3752.
(MSN N1139)	ex USAAF AT-7 41-21097; Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954; 
NAS Anacostia, DC [noted 8Feb62]; Redesignated TC-45J Sep62; Redesignated UC-45J Oct64; Stricken 30Apr68 at Tucson, AZ; 
Donated to South Georgia Technical & Vocational School (later South Georgia Technical College), Americus, GA; 
Registered as N3752 25Apr69, cancelled 22Jul69; Still extant at Souther Field, Americus Oct16.

141016 (MSN 299) to MASDC as 1G022 Feb 14, 1985.  Was preserved on VIP Row at AMARC.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To Conquest Air Cargo, Miami Lakes, 
					Florida as N342GS on August 4, 2015 and flown from Davis-Monthan to Opa Locka on August 25, 2016 
Used by former US president Harry S Truman in 1961 on a round-trip flight from Kansas City to Las Vegas, where he gave a 
speech. The aircraft is currently configured with a VIP area in the front of the aircraft, with regular 4-across 
seating in the rear; this configuration will be retained for passenger flights but will be quick-changed for regular freight work.

147632 (MSN 581150) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 142.  Returned and noted May 17, 2001 as N59239 at
					Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA.
SOC 28Jun72; Returned to US Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense Supply Agency, 
Wiesbaden, West Germany, July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., Perkasie, PA 
September 1973; Registered N59329 16Dec74, cancelled 29Oct14

147634 (MSN 581158) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 144.  To civil registry as N59330. 
SOC 24Jun70; Returned to US Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense Supply Agency, 
Wiesbaden, West Germany, July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., Perkasie, PA September 1973; 
Registered N59330 16Dec74; New York Helicopter, Fleet No 6; Modified as S-58BT; St Louis Helicopter Airways Inc, 
Chesterfield, MO 23Nov98; Sale reported Sellersburg, IN 4Jun08; Registration cancelled 25Sep08

149131 (MSN 581373) to Netherlands Navy as 138.  
SOC 24Jun70; Returned to US Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense Supply 
Agency, Wiesbaden, West Germany, July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., Perkasie, PA 
September 1973; Registered N59331 16Dec74, cancelled 29Oct14

149842 (MSN 581442) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 137(2).  To US civil registry as N59333.
SOC 28Jun72; Returned to US Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense 
Supply Agency, Wiesbaden, West Germany, July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., 
Perkasie, PA September 1973; Registered N59333 16Dec74, cancelled 29Oct14

147633 (MSN 581153) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 143.  Damaged in accident Apr 2, 1968.  Preserved at
					Seiferstshafen.
Serious ground resonance incident 2Apr68; On display in derelict condition outside the Schwäbisches Bauern 
und Technikmuseum Seifertshofen, Eschach, Germany	
F9F-2P, BUNO 123628. It was destroyed by explosion while aborting a takeoff from El Paso International Airport, 
El Paso, TX on October 1, 1955. The pilot, CDR Roger A. Wolf was killed in the accident

References:

1. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
2. Zsolt Varga
3. Glenn Chatfield
4. Stewart Lanham
5. Roger Brown