US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Second Series (0001 to 5029)


Last revised May 13, 2021



0001/0015	Vought O3U-6
			Delivered to US Marine Corps.  Some conversions to drone configuration with tricycle landing gear by NAF at 
				Philadelphia for flight testing in extreme conditions
0016		Vought XOSU-1
			Conversion of last O3U-6.  Delivered to US Marine Corps
0017/0101	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
			0020 converted to XN3N-3
			0033 crashed in Pensacola Bay, FL Dec 17, 1940
			0056 (MSN 107-35) became N55211.
			0089 crashed Sep 24, 1941 at NAS Pensacola.  2 killed.
0102/0161	Consolidated PBY-1 Catalina
			Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 28.  MSN 1 to 60
			0102 damaged in rough water landing at St John's River Nov 21, 1941.  Stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0103 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0104 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0105 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0106 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Oct 31, 1944
			0107 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jul 29, 1944
			0108 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 19, 1944
			0109 entered flat spin and crashed into St. Johns
				River Feb 14, 1942.  4 killed, 2 injured.  Stricken NAS Jacksonville May 30, 1942.
			0110 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0111 (VP-6F) crashed in Pacific Mar 27, 1938
			0112 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0113 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0114 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0115 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jul 29, 1944
			0116 stricken Dec 31, 1944
			0117 stricken Sep 30, 1944
			0118 stricken Oct 31, 1944
			0119 capsized during night landing, Corpus Christi Bay,
				TX Feb 25, 1942.  4 killed.  Stricken NAS Corpus Christi Apr 30, 1942
			0120 stricken 30 September 1944
			0121 (VP-6F) crashed 27 October 1937
			0122 stricken 30 September 1944
			0123 damaged by swell on takeoff Jul 23, 1941.  stricken 30 September 1944
			0124 stricken 30 August 1944
			0125 stricken 29 June 1944
			0126 (VJ-16) lost in Atlantic Ocean Jan 14, 1944.  Stricken 31 January 1944
			0127 stricken 31 August 1944
			0128 stricken 31 December 1944
			0129 stricken  March 23, 1944
			0130 stricken with VN18D8 March 31, 1944
			0131 (VJ-2) damaged in landing at Pearl Harbor Oct 11, 1942.  Crew unhurt, aircraft underwent major overhaul
				Stricken NAS Alameda 3 August 1943
			0132 (VJ-16) stricken 31 January 1944
			0133 (VJ-4) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
				Stricken 7 October 1943.  The explosion killed 24, injured 250, and destroyed 15 buildings and 33 aircraft.
			0134 (VJ-4) crashed 10 April 1941; stricken 31 May 1941
			0135 stricken 30 September 1944
			0136 (VJ-4) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
				Stricken 7 October 1943.  The explosion killed 24, injured 250, and destroyed 15 buildings and 33 aircraft
			0137 stricken NAS Corpus Christi 29 October 1944
			0138 stricken NAS Corpus Christi, TX 29 June 1944
			0139 stricken 30 September 1944
			0140 (VN18D8) damaged in landing in Gulf of Mexico Jan 12, 1943.  Crew unhurt.  Stricken NAS Corpus Christi, TX 29 June 1944
			0141 hit channel marker during night landing, Corpus
				Christi Bay, and sank Jan 27, 1943.  SOC Feb 28, 1943.
			0142 crashed and sank at Kaena Pt, Oahu Mar 30, 1938.  4 killed, 2 injured.
			0143 stricken NAS Corpus Christi 31 December 1945
			0144 stricken 29 July 1944
			0145 stricken 31 December 1944
			0146 stricken 31 October 1944
			0147 stricken 29 June 1944
			0148 stricken 29 June 1944
			0149 stricken 29 June 1944
			0150 skidded during landing and struck seawall, Corpus
				Christi, TX 3/22/1944.  SOC.
			0151 stricken 31 December 1944
			0152 stricken 24 September 1943
			0153 stricken 29 June 1944
			0154 stricken 24 September 1943
			0155 stricken 31 December 1944
			0156 stricken 31 October 1944
			0157 suffered hull damage at Jacksonville during beach approach Oct 3, 1941.  Stricken 31 October 1944
			0158 (VP-2) crashed in lower San Diego Bay 23 August 1937.  Six killed
			0159 (VP-7) went missing 200 mi NW of Point Loma, CA 6 January 1938. 7 oboard killed
			0160 stricken 31 January 1945
			0161 stricken 30 September 1944
0162/0190	Grumman J2F-1 Duck
			0162 experimentally fitted with full span flaps on upper wings - May have unofficially known as J2F-1A
			0167 attached to NAS Kodiak, Alasks lost Jul 8, 1944
			0168 attached to NAS Kodiak, Alasks lost Jul 8, 1944
			0183 attached to NAS Kahului, Hawaii lost Aug 23, 1944
			0187 attached to NAS San Juan lost May 16, 1944
			0189 attached to NAS Dutch Harbor, Alaska lost Jul 23, 1943
0191/0210	Stearman NS-1
			MSN 730042/730061.  Stearman Aircraft Model 73
			0191 crashed Bells Farm, 2 mi NE off Corry Field Jul 26, 1937.  2 crew died of injuries.
0211/0264	Grumman F3F-1
			Model G-11.  MSN 271/324
			0211 crashed at sea NAS Miami Mar 1942
			0214 burned NAS Miami May 1942.
			0215 crashed NAS Miami Feb 1941.
			0216 (VF-3) USS Saratoga crashed at sea Aug 1939
			0217 (VF-3) USS Saratoga crashed at sea Apr 1940
			0219 crashed NAS Miami Feb 1942.
			0220 (VF-4) USS Ranger crashed May 1940
			0221 (VF-5B)crashed at sea Nov 1936
			0222 (VF-5B) crashed on USS ranger Oct 1937
			0223 (VF-3) USS Saratoga collided in midair with F3F-1 0249 Sep 30, 1938 10 mi S Of Coronodo, CA.
				 Both pilots killed
			0224 crashed NAS Miami Jun 1941
			0225 crashed NAS Miami May 1942
			0228 crashed NAS Miami Feb 1942
			0229 (VF-4) USS Ranger crashed at sea Jan 1940
			0231 crashed NAS Jacksonville Jun 1942
			0233 SOC Nov 6, 1942
			0234 crashed NAS Miami Nov 1941
			0237 (VF-6B) crshed San Diego Oct 1936
			0239 SOC Mar 31, 1943
			0241 (VF-3) USS Saratoga crashed Feb 1938.  SOC Apr 30, 1938
			0247 (VF-6B) crashed Oct 1936
			0249 (VF-3) USS Saratoga collided in midair with F3F-1 0223 Sep 30, 1938 10 mi S Of Coronodo, CA.
				 Both pilots killed
			0250 (VF-30 USS Saratoga lost at sea Mar 1940
			0251 (VMF-2) crashed San Diego Apr 1937
			0253 with VF-4 c1937.
			0258 crashed Norfolk Atron Jun 1940
0265		Naval Aircraft Factory XN3N-2
			First flight Aug 11, 1936 at Mustin Field, Philadelphia, PA
0266		Grumman JF-2 
			US Coast Guard serial number 161/V135 transferred to US Navy
0267		Lockheed XR2O-1 Electra
			MSN 1052.  Model 10 Electra delivered Feb 1936 and based at NAS Anacostia for use as a staff transport by
				the Secretary of the Navy.  To civil registry as NC56573/N57573.  Preserved at New England Air Museum, 
				Bradley, Connecticut.  Cancelled Feb 1, 2013.
0268/0381	Douglas TBD-1 Devastator
			MSN 1750/1863
			0268 Delivered to NAS Anacostia 25Jun37 for service trials. Assigned to Naval Torpedo Station Newport, 
				Rhode Island and fitted with twin Edo floats. Redesignated TBD-1A and tested by VX-4 Detachment 
				4 until scrapped 23Sep43
			0269 delivered to NAS Anacostia for service trials.  SOC Jul 8, 1943
			0270 (VT-3, USS Saratoga) crashed 15 August 1938 10 mi N of San Diego, CA; 3 killed.
			0271 (VT-2) lost with sinking of LEXINGTON (CV-2) 8 May 1942
			0272 stricken at Mustin Field, PA 30 September 1944
			0273 (VT-2) lost with sinking of LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0274 (VT-6) ditched due to fuel exhaustion during scouting mission 93 mi from 
				USS Enterprise 2/18/1942.  Crew OK
			0275 (VT-2) lost with sinking of LEXINGTON May 8, 1942 
			0276 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0277 SOC Jan 31, 1944
			0278 (VT-5) mid-air with another TBD 17 March 1941; 3 killed
			0279 stricken 12 October 1943
			0280 (VT-2) crashed Haleakala, Hawaii Apr 30, 1941; 3 killed
			0281 (VT-3) hit ramp on landing USS Saratoga Jun 14, 1941.  2 killed.
			0282 force landed Jan 12, 1943 NAS Miami due to fuel exhaustion.
			0283 (VT-6) force-landed 20 miles south of Oahu 14 June 1941; 3 OK
			0284 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet.  Lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0285 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown.  Lost at Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank.
			0286 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0287 (VT-2) wings folded on takeoff and crashed 2 February 1940; 3 OK
			0288 (VT-3) crashed San Diego 29 July 1938 when thrown out of control by accidental
				opeing of automatic flotation gear; 2 killed, one parachuted to safety.
			0289 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0290 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942 when ship sank Battle of Coral Sea
			0291 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942 when ship sank Battle of Coral Sea.  
				Wreck spotted by underseas search vehicle Mar 5, 2018.
			0292 (VT-3) midair collision with 0373 Jan 12, 1940; 3 OK
			0293 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0294 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise
			0295 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0296 stricken 31 January 1944
			0297 (VT-8) attched to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0298 (VT-5) crash landed in lagoon at Jaluit Atoll in 
				Marshall Islands Feb 1, 1942.  Recently rediscovered.
			0299 (VS-71) flotation bags inflated inflight and crashed 23 May 1941; 1 MIA, 2 OK
			0300 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942 when ship sank Battle of Coral Sea
			0301 (VT-2) lost in barrier crash 6 January 1939
			0302 (VT-7)force landed 4 mi SW of Donaldsville, GA 5/28/1942
				and caught fire.  Crew OK.
			0303 (VT-3) attached to USS Lexingon, lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			0304 stricken 31 January 1944
			0305 stricken 23 January 1944
			0306 (VC-29) atached to USS Santee, lost while enroute to Norfolk, VA Mar 15, 1943.  Stricken 31 January 1944
			0307 stricken 5 January 1944
			0308 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0309 (VT-2) lost in ramp strike 9 August 1938
			0310 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank
			0311 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0312 (VT-3) attached to Uss Yorktown, lost at Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank.
			0313 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			0314 (VT-2) force-landed after engine fire Hawaii Jun 21, 1940
			0315 (VT-5) lost in mid-air collision with 0380 16 August 1938; 1 killed, 2 OK
			0316 (VT-5) force-landed at sea Jun 25, 1939; 3 OK
			0317 attached to USS Yorktown, ditched near Tulagi following engine failure May 4, 1942
			0318 with VT-6 on USS Enterprise (CV-6).  Stricken 12 October 1943
			0319 stricken 12 October 1943
			0320 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			0321 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0322 (VT-6) stalled on takeoff from USS Enterprise 3/10/1939.
				Crew uninjured.
			0323 (VT-3) crashed 11 March 1941; 2 killed, 1 OK
			0324 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0325 stricken 30 November 1944 (last TBD on list)
			0326 stricken 9 May 1944
			0327 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0328 stricken 31 January 1944
			0329 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0330 (VT-6) stalled on landing and crashed 12 September 1940
			0331 stricken NAS Dahlgren 9 August 1942
			0332 (VT-6) stalled on landing and crashed Jun 3, 1940
			0333 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown, ditched returning from Tulagi strike 4 May 1942.
				Also listed as being lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			0334 (VT-5) crashed Woodbridge, CT July 27, 1938; 3 killed
			0335 (VT-6) missing 1/16/1942 off USS Enterprise.  Crew found
				on raft 34 days later.
			0336 stricken 9 May 1944
			0337 (VT-5) lost in ramp strike on USS Yorktown 27 October 1938
			0338 (VT-8) ditched off USS Hornet Oct 1, 1942 due to fuel exhaustion.  Crew rescued by USS MacFarland.
			0339 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942 Battle of Coral Sea when ship sank
			0340 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942 with USS Yorktown when ship sank
			0341 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942 with USS Yorktown when ship sank
			0342 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.
			0343 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank.
			0344 (VT-5) flotation bag inflated in flight off Oahu and crashed May 25, 1941; 1 killed
			0345 (VT-2) lost when USS LEXINGTON sank at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.  Wreck spotted by underseas 
				search vehicle Mar 5, 2018
			0346 lost when USS LEXINGTON sank at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.  Stricken 31 January 1944
			0347 ditched Jan 22, 1943 off Virginia Key during torpedo run.  
				2 crew OK.  Later recovered by Navy.  SOC Jan 31, 1943
			0348 (VT-6) wing folded on take-off, NAS North Island 16 April 1941; 3 killed
			0349 stricken 4 August 1943
			0350 in runway collision 12/14/1942 NAS Miami.  2 crew OK.  Another source has
				fate as crashed Feb 15, 1943.
			0351 (VN-4) wing folded on take-off and crashed at Corry Field, FL 28 July 1938.  Pilot killed.
			0352 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost in action, Jaluit Feb 1, 1942.
			0353 ditched off Miami Beach during torpedo training Sep 2, 1943.
				2 crew OK.  Terence Geary has a photo of 0353 
				underwater.  SOC Sep 8, 1943.
			0354 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost in Battle of Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank
			0355 stricken 12 October 1943
			0356 (VN-5) stricken at NATT Chicago 31 January 1944.  Also listed as being attached to USS Enterprise and lost
				Jun 4, 1942 in Battle of Midway
			0357 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.  SOC Oct 12, 1943.
			0358 crashed Jan 5, 1943, stricken 31 January 1943
			0359 (VT-5) lost in ramp strike 4 June 1941; 1 killed
			0360 stricken 12 October 1943
			0361 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank
			0362 stricken 31 January 1944
			0363 crashed during torpedo practice off Miami Beach 8/27/1943.
				2 crew killed.  SOC Sep 6, 1943
			0364 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0365 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0366 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0367 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway 4 June 1942
			0368 stricken 12 October 1943
			0369 crashed on takeoff at Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TX Nov 26, 1938.
				Also listed as crashing at El Paso, TX Nov 28, 1939; 2 killed
			0370 (VT-6) lost in overside landing USS Enterprise 5/28/1942 while headed for Midway.  W/o May 30, 1942
			0371 (VT-3) hit barrier on USS Saratoga on landing 12/6/1941
				and went overside.
			0372 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  Two crew MIA.
			0373 (VT-3) mid-air collision with 0292 20 miles E of Julian, CA Jan 12, 1940; 1 killed, 2 OK
			0374 stricken 31 January 1944
			0375 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank.
			0376 stricken Jan 31, 1944
			0377 (VT-2) ditched due to engine failure Mar 5, 1941 5 mi off Mission
				Beach, CA.
			0378 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0379 stricken 31 January 1944
			0380 (VT-5) mid-air collision with 0278 17 March 1941; 3 killed
			0381 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway 4 June 1942 when ship sank.
0382		NAS Norfolk PM-2
			Built from spares at Norfolk.  SOC Nov 22, 1939
0383		Grumman XF4F-2 Wildcat
			Model G-18.  MSN 356.  First flight Sep 2, 1937.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
				Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 1937.  Delivered to US Navy at NAS Anacostia Dec 23, 1937.
				Later converted to XF4F-3, model G-36, MSN 356.  First flight Feb 12, 1939.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Aug 10, 1939.
				(VF-72) Crashed at NAS Norfolk Dec 17, 1940.  Pilot killed.
0384		Fleet Air Base Coco Solo PM-2 
			Built at Coco Solo from spares, including hull of A8480.
			SOC Nov 16, 1939
0385		Naval Aircraft Factory XO2N-1
			SOC Annapolis Jun 1944
0386/0425	Curtiss SOC-2 Seagull
			MSN 12200/12239.  Model 71 Seagull
			0388 attached to CASU(F)-12 lost at Guam Mar 22, 1945
			0389 attached to USS Vincennes lost off Savo Island Aug 9, 1942
			0390 assigned to POOL at Pearl Harbor, SOC Apr 30, 1945
			0391 lost overboard from USS Portland during hurricane Aug 23, 1941
			0392 converted to SOC-2A
			0393 lost off Cavite in SW Pacivic Dec 31, 1941.
			0394 (VCS-6, USS San Francisco) capsized and sank off Pearl Harbor during recovery
				accident Feb 26, 1942.  I also have a reference which has this plane
				as being lost at sea off USS San Francisco Sep 2, 1941, but this is incorrect.
			0395 attached to ACORN-30 POOL lost in Tacoblan, Philippines Aug 1, 1945.
			0397 used in Operation Nanook 1946.
			0399 attached to USS Chester lost enroute to Sydney, Australia Dec 16, 1942
			0400 (VCS-8) attached to USS Nashville, missing at sea off Hawaii May 5, 1942.  2 MIA
			0401 lost at sea off USS San Francisco Sep 2, 1941.
			0404 (VCS-4) attached to USS Louisville, lost off Pearl Harbor Feb 19, 1942
			0405 (VCS-4) attached to USS New Orleans, lost at Kwajalein Feb 5, 1944
			0406 (VCS-4) attached to USS Portland, capsized at sea during recovery accident and sunk
				by gunfire Jul 9, 1942.
			0408 lost at sea off USS Savannah Jun 4, 1943 while enroute to New York (or Mar 20, 1943)
			0410 attached to USS Independence, lost off Pearl Harbor Jun 20, 1942
			0413 (VCS-64) attached to USS Northampton lost off Thannemboga in South Pacific Jan 5, 1943.
			0415 converted to SOC-2A
			0417 (VDS-8, USS Philadelphia) capsized and sank in takeoff accident
				in high wind Vazgerfijord, Iceland Mar 12, 1942.  W/o Mar 14, 1942
			0420 fell off USS Columbia catapult while enroute to Rennell Island in south Pacific and sunk by gunfire Jan 3, 1943
			0421 (VCS-4, USS Chicago) rough landing in high sea near Suva Bay, SE Pacific, float tore off
				and sank Feb 20, 1942.
			0422 attached to USS Columbia lost off Rennell Island, South Pacific Jan 24, 1943.
			0423 attached to USS St Louis lost in Surigao Strait, SW Pacific Nov 27, 1944
			0424 (VCS-4) attached to USS Portland, lost at Eniwetok Feb 21, 1944.
0426/0450	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1 
			contract cancelled
0451		Brewster XF2A-1 Buffalo
			Model 139.  First flight Dec 1937.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA 1938.  Later converted to XF2A-2.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Apr 4, 1940 to Jun 6, 1940
				Assigned to Newark, NJ.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, 
				VA Oct 25, 1940 to Jun 9, 1941.
0452		Grumman XF3F-2
			Model G-19.  MSN 354
0453		Consolidated XPB2Y-1 Coronado
			Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 29. First flight Dec 17, 1937 by chief test pilot Bill Wheatley.  New
				twin-tail configuration design final test flight Jul 1938.  Final delivery to US Navy Oct 1938.  Nicknamed
				"Blue Goose".  Flew as VIP transport from 1943-1945.  Retired Aug 1945 and scrapped.
0454/0503	Consolidated PBY-2 Catalina
			Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 28.  MSN 1 to 50
			0454 water-looped in landing in Pensacola Bay, FL Aug 15, 1944.
				SOC Aug 28, 1944.
			0455 crashed into Lake Ponchartrain, LA Jan 28, 1943 (Feb 10, 1943 ??).  3 killed,
				13 injured.
			0456 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
			0457 (VN8D8) stricken 31 December 1944
			0458 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 April 1943 (may be Apr 1944)
			0459 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
			0460 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 May 1944
			0461 stricken NAS Jacksonville 7 June 1944
			0462 (VP-13) and 0463 (VP-11) collided in midair Feb 2, 1938 off San Clemente, CA.  11 of 14 onboard killed.
			0464 stricken NAS Pensacola 10 December 1943
			0465 skidded during landing USCG Pensacola, FL. Mar 24, 1944.
				SOC NAS Pensacola 26 May 1944.
			0466 water looped in hard landing Escambia Bay, FL. Jan 15, 1944.
				SOC Mar 13, 1944
			0467 (VP-53) crashed 5 March 1941; stricken 31 March 1941
			0468 stricken 26 May 1944
			0469 (VN8D8) stricken 30 September 1944
			0470 stricken 27 July 1944
			0471 damaged in hard landing in Pensacola Bay, FL
				Jul 7, 1944.  SOC 27 July 1944
			0472 damaged in water landing at Jacksonville, Florida Sep 3, 1941.  Water-looped on landing Escambia Bay, 
				FL Oct 24, 1943.  SOC Jan 7, 1944.
			0473 damaged in hard landing Escambia Bay, FL Jun 14, 1944.
				SOC 27 June 1944.
			0474 stricken 28 February 1945
			0475 stricken 31 December 1944
			0476 stricken 1945
			0477 stricken 27 April 1944
			0478 stricken 31 December 1944
			0479 crashed during water landing Pensacola Bay, FL Jan 19, 1944.
				SOC 27 July 1944.
			0480 stricken 1945
			0481 damaged during landing Perdido Bay, FL Oct 4, 1943.  SOC 18 October 1943.
			0482 (VP-10) crashed against dock at Pearl Harbor 17 November 1938; stricken 31 March 1939
				2 killed, 3 injured, one uninjured.
			0483 water looped and sank during landing at Escambia Bay, FL
				Dec 4, 1943.  Pilot was killed.  SOC 27 July 1944.
			0484 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 December 1944
			0485 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 December 1944
			0486 stricken NAS Pensacola 30 September 1944
			0487 based at NAS Pensacola, assigned to NOB Bermuda Nov 15, 1943.  stricken 31 August 1944
			0488 damaged in landing accident with VP-23 at Hilo Bay, Hawaii Aug 22, 1941.  Water looped during landing at NAS Pensacola, FL
				and sank Sep 25, 1942.  Stricken NAS Pensacola 31 October 1942 (card gives 
				date of crash as 26 October 1942)
			0489 stricken Bronson Field 31 December 1944
			0490 damaged during landing Peridido Bay, FL Jun 21, 1944.  SOC NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
				I have this plane also having force landed Sep 5, 1941 in Pensacola Bay, FL.
			0491 stricken NAS Pensacola Jul 27, 1944
			0492 stricken 30 November 1944
			0493 stricken 31 December 1944
			0494 skidded on landing Pensacola Bay, FL 5/29/1944.  SOC NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944.
			0495 water-looped on landing Pensacola East Bay Nov 18, 1943.  Stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
				I have this plane also as having force landed in
				Pensacola Bay, FL Aug 29, 1941 and SOC.  Information anyone?
			0496 force landed Aug 26, 1941 Pensacola Bay, FL.  Card shows still on charge in 1945
			0497 did touch and go and taxi with hatch open and sank
				 NAS Jacksonville, FL 1/5/1943.  Stricken NAS Jacksonville 31 January 1943
			0498 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
			0499 stricken NAS Pensacola 1945
			0500 stricken NAS Pensacola 30 November 1944
			0501 hit downdraft over Gulf of Mexico and two crew 
				members not wearing safety belts were thrown out and
				killed 5/12/1942.  Same plane (with VN-8) force-landed 
				Escambria Bay, FL and ran aground 8/31/1943.  Stricken NAS Pensacola 13 October 1943.
			0502 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 January 1945
			0503 stricken NAS Pensacola 1945
0504/0506	Sikorsky JRS-1
			Sikorsky Model S-43
			0504 (MSN 4329) with VJ-1 lost in Pacific Jul 22, 1943.  SOC Nov 1943
			0505 (MSN 4330) crashed Dec 31, 1938
			0506 (MSN 4331) with VJ-1 lost in Pacific Jul 22, 1943.  SOC Nov 1943
0507/0589	Curtiss SBC-3 Helldiver
			MSN 12243/12325.  Curtiss Model 77
			0507 became static test airframe, tested to destruction and SOC Jun 30, 1938
			0508 lost at sea off Virginia Aug 24, 1941.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0509 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis, SOC Nov 20, 1943
			0510 crashed Nov 19, 1938, SOC Dec 30, 1938.
			0511 (VS-5) crashed into sea Aug 29, 1939 about 3/4 mi off Carlsbad, CA.  2 onboard killed.
			0512 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0513 SOC at NAS Jacksonville Oct 31, 1944
			0514 crashed Jul 18, 1940, SOC Sep 30, 1940
			0515 (VS-5, USS Yorktown) collided Aug 16, 1938 with another aircraft over Hampton Roads, VA.  One killed,
				two parachuted to safety. The other plane landed safely.
			0516 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis, SOC Nov 20, 1943
			0517 with VS-5 on USS Yorktown (CV-5).  Flotation bags inflated in flight and crew bailed out off Oahu Oct 31, 1940.
				SOC Dec 31, 1940
			0518 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago, SOC Jan 28, 1944
			0519 crashed in ocean Nov 6, 1939 from USS Enterprise off Barbers Point, Hawaii.  Pilot injured
				but observer was killed when his parachute apparently did not open, SOC Jan 31, 1940.  
				Wreckage found Jan 2007 in 200 feet of water west shore of Oahu, HI.
			0520 crashed Nov 3, 1941, SOC Dec 31, 1941
			0521 SOC Feb 28, 1942
			0522 SOC Jul 28, 1943
			0523 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0524 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0525 crashed Nov 2, 1938, SOC Nov 30, 1938
			0526 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0527 with CAG/USS Yorktown (CV-5) 1939-1940.  SOC Jul 28, 1944
			0528 stricken NAS Miami Dec 6, 1943.
			0529 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0530 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0531 SOC Aug 21, 1943
			0532 SOC Jun 30, 1943
			0533 stricken NAS Jacksonville 31 October 1944
			0534 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC May 31, 1943
			0535 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0536 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0537 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0538 crashed Jan 17, 1941.  SOC Mar 31, 1941
			0539 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0540 crashed at Miami Jul 7, 1942.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
			0541 crashed Aug 11, 1939 at Miramar Field, CA.  2 crew killed. Plane was attached to 
				bombing squadron 3 of the navy aircraft carrier Saratoga.  SOC Sep 30, 1939
			0542 anoard USS Yorktown (CV-5) wit VS-5.  Ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis, SOC Apr 19, 1944
			0543 SOC Jul 6, 1943
			0544 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago, SOC Jan 28, 1944
			0545 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0546 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0547 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0548 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0549 crashed Aug 11, 1938 Norfolk, VA, SOC Oct 31, 1938.  Passenger killed, pilot survived.
			0550 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0551 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0552 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0553 crashed at Miami Mar 23, 1943.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
			0554 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Mar 31, 1943.
			0555 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Nov 20, 1943.
			0556 crashed Jul 2, 1949.  SOC Aut 31, 1949
			0557 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 13, 1943.
			0558 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0559 crashed at Miami Dec 2, 1942.  SOC Dec 31, 1942
			0560 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944.
			0561 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0562 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0563 crashed at Miami Jan 13, 1942. SOC Jan 31, 1942
			0564 SOC May 31, 1943.
			0565 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0566 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0567 crashed at Miami Dec 2, 1942.  SOC Dec 31, 1942
			0568 crashed at Miami Sep 17, 1941.  SOC Oct 31, 1941
			0569 SOC Jan 29, 1944
			0570 crashed at Miami Jan 28, 1943.  SOC Feb 28, 1943
			0571 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC May 31, 1943.
			0572 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0573 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0574 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944.
			0575 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0576 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  
			0577 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0578 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0579 crashed at Miami Apr 12, 1943. SOC Apr 30, 1943
			0580 SOC Jul 28, 1944
			0581 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943   
			0582 converted to XSBC-4.  SOC at NAS Kodiak Aug 31, 1944
			0583 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0584 SOC Jun 30, 1943
			0585 SOC Aug 21, 1943
			0586 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0587 SOC Jul 25, 1943
			0588 SOC Sep 21, 1943
			0589 used for drone control tests at NAF Feb 1942 to Dec 1943.  SOC Jan 8, 1944
0590/0626	Northrop BT-1
			MSN 293/329
			0590 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0591 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0592 (VB-5) damaged beyond repair in landing accident on USS Yorktown
				Aug 24, 1939.  One crewman slightly injured, other one unhurt
			0593 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown
				Jan 28, 1938.  One crewman injured, one missing
			0594 (VB-5) stalled on takeof from USS Enterprise and spun into sea Feb 12, 1941.
				Both crew slightly injured.
			0595 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown Jan 7, 1939.
				One crew slightly injured, one unhurt.
			0596 badly damaged in hard landing at NAS Miami, FL Jun 12, 1943.  Not repaired
			0597 (VB-5) entered spin and crashed 2 1/2 mi NW of Ewa Field, Oahu, Hawaii Nov 14, 1940.  Both crew killed.
			0598 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown Nov 8, 1940.
				Both crew slightly injured.
			0599 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0600 SOC Sep 6, 1943
			0601 crashed 1 mi S of Beacon, FL Nov 3,1941 after entering spin as result of violent
				maneuver to avoid another aircraft.  Both crew killed.
			0602 in midair collision with 0637 near Hollywood Hotel, FL
				5/13/1943.  2 crew bailed out safely.
			0603 (VB-5) stalled and crashed into sea while turning into final for landing on
				USS Yorktown Mar 3, 1941. Both crew slightly injured.
			0604 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0605 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0606 with VB-5 on USS Yorktown in 1938. SOC Apr 29, 1943
			0607 SOC Dec 23 ,1943
			0608 (VB-6) missing on night flight from NAS San Diego Feb 24, 1941
			0609 force landed near Miami, FL Jun 22, 1943 and DBR.  Crew unhurt
			0610 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0611 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0612 SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0613 SOC Aug 31, 1944
			0614 crashed Jan 7, 1942.
			0615 with VB-6 on USS Enterprise in 1938.  SOC Sep 21, 1943
			0616 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0617 SOC Apr 29, 1944.  
			0618 force-landed 9/5/1943 near Miami, FL and DBR.
			0619 (VB-6) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Enterprise Jan 23, 1939.
				Both crew slightly injured
			0620 ditched 6/28/1942 5 miles off Port Everglades, FL and
				sank.  Both crew slightly injured
			0621 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0622 spun into sea off Fort Lauderdale, FL Jun 30, 1941.  Both crew killed.
			0623 crashed during forced landing 7/21/1943, Miami, FL following engine failure.
				Crew of 1 slightly injured.
			0624 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0625 SOC May 21, 1943
			0626 (VB-6) crashed near La Jolla, CA Feb 24, 1941 during night training flight.
				Both crew killed.
0627		Northrop BT-1
			MSN 330.  Converted to XBT-2 and became prototype for SBD series.  First flight as XBT-2 Apr 22, 1938. 
				Damaged in wheels up landing and modified. Delivered to NAS Anacostia Aug 24, 1938. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Feb 1939
 				for full scale wind tunnel tests.  SOC Jun 28,1944
0628/0643	Northrop BT-1
			MSN 331/346
			0628 SOC May 31, 1943
			0629 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			0630 in mid-air collision with BT-1 0632 3/21/1943 near Miami, FL.
				Pilot parachuted to safety.
			0631 with VB-6 on USS Enterprise (CV-6).  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0632 in mid-air collision with BT-1 0630 3/21/1943 near Miami, FL
				Pilot killed.
			0633 crashed 1/2 mi NE of Hollywood Hotel, FL after pilot lost control whilst 
				pullying out of a dive Apr 9, 1943.  2 crew bailed out.
			0634 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0635 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0636 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0637 in mid-air collision with BT-1 0602 near Hollywood Hotel, FL
				5/13/1943.  2 crew bailed out.
			0638 crashed 12 mi W of Okechobee Canal May 19, 1941.  Both crew killed
			0639 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			0640 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown Jul 24, 1940.
				Both crew slightly injured
			0641 lost control during storm near Pt. Affirm, FL Jun 30, 1942.
				Pilot bailed out.
			0642 in midair collision with BT-1 0590 Jul 29, 1943, Miami, FL.  Pilot bailed
				out.
			0643 modified during production with a non-retractable tricycle landing gear.  Unofficial designation BT-1S.  
				Engine caught fire in flight Feb 6, 1939 and pilot made emergency landing at
				Mustin Field but aircraft collided head-on with SOC 9948.
				One crew slightly injured, other unhurt.  Oil and petrol fumes infiltrated the cockpit 
				rendering the pilot semi-conscious.  Aircraft returned to Douglas and rebuilt to BT-1 standard.
				Designated DB-19 and offered for export.   To Japan and tested by the Japanese Navy with designation DXD1
0644/0723	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
			0671 w/o Aug 18, 1939 in crash near Felton, FL after a midair collision.  Pilot lost.
			0688 Lend-Lease to Cuban Naval Air Force Jul 1943 as 1.  Accident landing at Rancho Boyeros AB, Havana, Cuba 14Feb46.
			0719 Fuerza Aerea de Chile Oct43 as 500. It was sold and used until 1980 as a glider tug by Santiago 
				Gliders Club and Valparaiso Air Club.  Registered as CC-DME. Museo Nacional Aeronáutico y del Espacio, 
				Los Cerrillos Airport, Santiago, Chile.  Preserved and on display in Fuerza Aerea de Chile colors, code 001. 
0724		Messerschmitt Bf-108b
0725		Cauldron C-620 Simoun
			Impressed from French Embassy at beginning of war.
0726/0779	Vought-Sikorsky SB2U-1 
			US Navy Aircraft states that the name Vindicator was not adopted until the SB2U-3.
			0726 Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 1937.
			0729 (VB-3) crashed off Coronado, California Dec 5, 1938.  2 killed.
			0734 crashed Mar 17, 1938 near Linda Vista, California.  2 killed.
			0738 (VB-3) 3-B-13 USS Saratoga 1939-1940
			0739 with VB-3 on USS Saratoga 1939-40
			0740 (VB-3) 3-B-14 USS Saratoga 1939-1940
			0741 ( VB-3) 3-B-15 USS Saratoga 1939-1940
			0742 crashed during diving test into concrete highway near Fox Hall, Norfolk Co, VA Apr 3, 1940.
				2 killed.
			0746 with VB-2 on USS Lexington (CV-2)
			0751 (VS-42) lost in South Atlantic Ocean from USS Ranger CV-4 Feb 16, 1942
			0753 (VB-2) collided in midair with SB2U-1 BuNo 1353 Oct 19, 1939 between Lake Murray and San Diego State
				College.   Both aircraft crashed, killing all 4 crews on board
			0759 (VS-41) lost in South Atlantic Ocean from USS Ranger CV-4 Jan 28, 1942
			0767 with VB-3 USS Saratoga 1937-38
			0768 SOC Apr 13, 1943
			0769 with VMF-1 at MCAS Quantico in 1940
			0770 assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA Nov 28, 1938 to Dec 28, 1938
			0772 with VB-3 on USS Saratoga (CV-3)
			0776 (VB-4) crashed into tree at Stoney Creek, VA Aug 31, 1939.  2 onboard killed.
			0777 (VB-2) crashed at Miramar Field Aug 19, 1940 while doing dive bombing practice.  Pilot bailed out but observer killed.
			0778 with VB-9 c1940-41.
			0779 converted to XSB2U-3 with floats.  Converted back to SB2U-1 standard.
0780/0794	Grumman J2F-2 Duck
			Model G-15
			0781 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, lost off Hawaii Aug 26, 1942
			0782 assigned to NAS Guantanamo, lost off Cuba Aug 31, 1944.
			0787 assigned to NAS Hilo, lost off Hawaii Aug 21, 1944
			0788 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, lost off Hawaii May 10, 1943
			0790 lost off Noumea in South Pacific Aug 28, 1944
			0791 assigned to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, lost off Hawaii Aug 17, 1944
			0793 assigned to ARU SOLS, lost in South Pacific Jun 14, 1944
			0794 assigned to NAS Pearl Harbor, lost off Hawaii Sep 20, 1944.
0795		Bellanca JE-1  
			Commercial Bellanca Model 31-42 Senior Skyrocket acquired by US Navy
0796		Martin XPBM-1 
			Glenn L. Martin Company Model 162. PBM prototype, first flight 18Feb39. The name Mariner was given to production aircraft.
			Transferred 1941 to NAS Norfolk, VA, for armament experiments with the Aircraft Armament Unit, designated XPBM-1A
0797/0799	Air Cruiser free balloon
0800		Fairchild JK-1
			Civil Fairchild 45 acquired by Navy.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC, 1937; to NAS San Diego 1938; to NAS 
				Alameda, CA, Nov 1939
0801		Beech JB-1 Traveller 
			MSN 115.  Civil C-17R purchased by Navy
0802/0841	Vought SBU-2
			0802 SOC Aug 10, 1943
			0803 SOC Nov 16, 1943
			0804 crashed at Pensacola Apr 10, 1942
			0805 crashed Jan 30, 1938
			0806 crashed Feb 23, 1943
			0807 crashed at Pensacola Jul 30, 1941
			0808 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0809 crashed at Pensacola Jun 10, 1940
			0810 crashed at Pensacola Jul 30, 1941
			0811 crashed at San Diego Mar 8, 1943
			0812 crashed at Pensacola May 25, 1938. Pilot killed.
			0813 SOC Dec 17, 1943
			0814 crashed at Pensacola Oct 10, 1941
			0815 crashed at Quonset Point Mar 11, 1943
			0816 collided with 0817 Braintree, MA Apr 4, 1939 during launching of USS Wasp and crashed into houses
			0817 collided with 0816 Braintree, MA Apr 4, 1939 during launching of USS Wasp and crashed into houses
			0818 SOC Dec 30, 1943.
			0819 relegated to ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville,
				SOC Nov 30, 1942
			0820 SOC Aug 6, 1943
			0821 SOC Sep 13, 1943
			0822 SOC Feb 20, 1943
			0823 SOC Oct 10, 1943
			0824 burst into flames and crashed 4 mi off coast of Wildwood NJ Aug 12, 1940 while doing gunnery
				practice on a sleeve target.  Pilot bailed out but observer was killed.
			0825 relegated to ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville,
				SOC Nov 30, 1942
			0829 crashed at Pensacola Jan 7, 1943
			0830 crashed at Pensacola May 5, 1941
			0831 SOC Oct 9, 1943
			0832 SOC Jan 31, 1944
			0833 crashed at Pensacola May 2, 1942
			0834 SOC Aug 25, 1943
			0835 SOC May 25, 1944
			0836 crashed near Friendsville, MD Sep 5, 1937.  2 crew killed.
			0837 crashed at Pensacola Sep 5, 1941
			0838 SOC Aug 14, 1943
			0839 SOC Dec 22, 1943
			0840 crashed at Pensacola May 5, 1941
			0841 SOC Mar 14, 1944
0842/0907	Consolidated PBY-3 Catalina
			MSN 1 to 66
			0842 attached to Patrol Wing 2 lost at Kaneohe, Hawaii Dec 12, 1941
			0852 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			0853 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0863 (VN18D8) damaged in forced open-sea landing in Gulf of Mexico Apr 16, 1942.  Crew uninjured.
			0865 suffered engine fire and made forced landing Corpus Christi Bay Oct 21, 1941.
			0873 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0874 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0875 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0879 hit swell on takeoff in Gulf of Mexico off Corpus 
				Christi, TX and sank 6/13/1942.
			0881 attached to Patrol Wing 2 at Pearl Harbor Feb 11, 1942
			0882 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0884 (VP-32) damaged in takeoff accident at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sep 24, 1942.  Crew suffered only minor injuries.
			0885 (MSN 44) VP-32 sank after running into uncharted submerged rock pier while taxiing for takeoff at Manzanilla
				Bay, Canal Zone Aug 14, 1942
			0886 (VP-32) collided with boat during takeoff at Manzanilla Bay, Panama Canal Zone Jun 24, 1942.  Engineer on boat
				was killed, but crew of plane was unhurt.  Plane required major overhaul.
			0888 transferred from VP-32 to VN18D8 training unit at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  SOC Dec 31, 1944.
			0891 flew into water during low altitude flying 5/5/1943
				45 miles from NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  3 killed, one
				injured.
			0892 (VP-32) damaged in rough water landing at Gatos Lake, Canal Zone Nov 4, 1941.
			0895 (VP-5) collided in midair Aug 15, 1938 with 0896 over San Diego Bay, CA while engaged in night landing practice.
				One killed, 4 saved.
			0896 (VP-5) collided in midair Aug 15, 1938 with 0895 over San Diego Bay, CA while engaged in night landing practice
				4 killed, one saved
			0897 (VP-32) struck unlighted wooden beacon during takeoff at Manzanilla Bay, Panama Canal Zone Dec 17, 1942.
				Aircraft seriously damaged, but crew was unhurt.
			0898 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0899 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0900 (VP-22) damaged on ground at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			0904 (VN18D8) damaged when water-looped on landing at NAS Corpus Christi, TX Sep 10, 1943
			0905 collided with a cable on one of the towers at the Chollas Heights Naval Radio Transmitting Station (CA), N of
				San Diego Sep 7, 1939.  Crashed, killing all six onboard
			0907 water looped while landing in Corpus Christi Bay, TX
				10/20/1942.  2 killed, 4 injured.
0908/0909	Stearman-Hammond JH-1
			Model Y-1S used by Navy for radio-controlled drone experiments.  Assigned to VJ-1
			0908 (may have been MSN 304) delivered Dec 1937.  Crashed Nov 7, 1938 (may have been shot down)
			0909 (may have been MSN 305) delivered Dec 1937.  SOC Sep 13, 1938
0910/0949	North American NJ-1
			MSN NA28-313/352,  US Navy version of North American BT-9
			0910 (MSN 28-313)  Accepted by US Navy 3Jul37. VN5D8, Pensacola NAS, FL Jul37 to Aug43 for accelerated service tests. 
			0914 (MSN 28-317)
			0921 (MSN 28-324) VN-5 Corry Field, Pensacola, FL [1939]; code 24
			0922 (MSN 28-325) Accepted by US Navy 31Dec37. Pensacola NAS, FL; code 4. Olathe NAS, Gardner, KS. SOC 25Nov44.
			0925 (MSN 28-328) VN-5 Corry Field, Pensacola, FL [1939]; code 7. Accident Alabama 1May44
			0929 (MSN 28-332) Accident Minnesota 14Jun43
			0937 (MSN 28-340) 
			0940 (MSN 28-343) Memphis NRAB, TN Apr43. Bunker Hill NAS, IN. SOC 31Jul44
			0941 (MSN 28-344) Accident Minnesota 9Feb42 
			0943 (MSN 28-346) Accident Florida 20Apr42
			0946 (MSN 28-349) Accident Alabama 25Apr44
			0947 (MSN 28-350) Accepted by US Navy 19Jan38. Anacostia NAS, Washington, DC. 
				Norfolk NAS, VA. Pensacola NAS, FL. Memphis NRAB, TN. SOC 31Jan43 
			0949 (MSN 28-352) temporary installed with Ranger engine and designated NJ-2. Engine replaced with 
				standard P&W engine and redesignated NJ-1. Bunker Hill NAS, IN. SOC 31Jul44
				Conflict::
				Hagedorn found no evidence for a change of designation or replacement with a Ranger engine. 
				There was an engine change from R-1340-7 to R-1340-18 in Mar40
0950		Curtiss XSO2C-1
			Crashed at Anacostia Jun 29, 1941.  To mechanics school at NAS Jacksonville
0951		Vought-Sikorsky XOS2U-1 Kingfisher
			First flight Jul 20, 1938
0952/0966	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
			0953 Lend-Lease Jul 1943 to Cuban Navy as 2
			0962 Lend-Lease Jul 1943 to Cuban Navy as 3
0967/1047	Grumman F3F-2
			Model G-19.  MSN 365/445
			0967 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 1937.
			0969 (VF-6) crashed NAS Pearl Harbor Apr 1941
			0970 (VMF-2) crashed at sea Sep 1, 1939
			0971 (VN14D8) crashed NAS Corpus Christi Aug 1942
			0972 (VMF-211) crashed into mountain at Wailuki, Maui, Hawaii Jun 24, 1941.  Recovered in the 1980s.
				Now with Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, TX as N20RW.  Has been restored to flying status
			0973 (VF-6) crashed NAS Corpus Christi Jan 30, 1942
			0976 (MSN 374) VMF-2 ditched at sea off Del Mar, CA Aug 29, 1940.  Located in 1988 and recovered in 1990 and
				restored and put on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL in 1994.
			0980 crashed San Diego Dec 22, 1939.
			0982 (VF-6) crashed NAS Miami May 20, 1941
			0985 (VF-6) crashed Feb 1, 1938
			0986 (VF-6) crshed NAS Corpus Christi Jan 30, 1942
			0992 crashed Nov 20, 1938
			0994 crshed NAS Corpus Christi Mar 16, 1942
			1001 crashed Norfolk Jun 2, 1938
			1005 at Quantico Air Museum.  Also reported as having crashed with VF-6 Apr 5, 1938 near Lynnhaven Inlet, Virginia.
				One killed.
			1006 (VF-6) crashed NAS Miami Nov 21, 1941.
			1008 with VMF-1 on USS Enterprise (CV-6)
			1010 crshed NAS Corpus Christi Mar 16, 1942
			1011 crashed off Cubela PR Feb 15, 1940
			1012 (VMF-1) crashed enroute to Miami Jun 10, 1940
			1015 (VMF-1) crashed NAS Corpus Christi Jun 3, 1942
			1016 (VMF-1) crashed NAS Norfolk Sep 20, 1941
			1017 (VMF-1) crashed Quantico Oct 15, 1940.
			1020 (VMF-1) crshed NAS Miami Sep 26, 1941
			1021 (BAD-1) crashed Quantico Mar 3, 1941
			1022 (VMF-1) crashed NAS Miami Dec 5, 1941
			1023 (VMF-1) crshed NATT Norman Jan 12, 1941
			1024 (VMF-1) crshed NAS Miami Jun 24, 1941
			1026 (VMF-1) burned NAS Miami Jun 12, 1941
			1028 loaned to MGM for movie "Dive Bomber" Aug to Oct 1940.  Crashed with VMF-2 into mouintain at Wailuki, Maui,
				Hawaii Jun 24, 1941.  Recovered in 1980s. Now at Fantasy of Flight Museum in Polk, FL as N26KW.  
				It is part of the Kermit Weeks collection.  Registration N19FG was reserved in 1990, later became N26KW.
			1030 (VF-6) crashed NAS Corpus Christi Nov 1, 1941.
			1031 (XF3F-3, MSN 429) crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jul 24, 1941.
			1033 (VMF-211) crashed into mountain at Wailuki, Maui, Hawaii Jun 24, 1941. Recovered in 1980s.  
				Now at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA as N20FG
			1034 crashed NAS Corpus Christi Jan 13, 1941
			1035 crashed NAS Corpus Christi Dec 11, 1941
			1036 (VF-6) crashed Guantanamo, Cuba May 31, 1939
			1038 (VMF-2) crashed San Diego Aug 7, 1939
			1040 crashed NAS Corpus Christi Feb 15, 1943
			1043 (VMF-1) crashed Quantico Jan 4, 1940
			1044 crashed NAS Miami May 14, 1942
			1045 crashed Guantanamo, Cuba Nov 28, 1940
1048/1051	Lockheed JO-2
			Lockheed Aircraft Model 12A Electra for use by Navy and Marine corps as command and staff transports.
			1049/1051 delivered to US Marine Corps
			1048 (MSN 1230) SOC Mar 19, 1942
			1049 (MSN 1231) SOC Nov 4, 1943
			1050 (MSN 1232) crashed at Quantico, Virginia Sep 26, 1938
			1051 (MSN 1233) lost at Ewa MCAS Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack.
1052		Stearman XOSS-1
			MSN 85000.  Surveyed at NAS Jacksonville Jul 1941
1053		Lockheed JO-1
			MSN 1227. Lockheed Model 12 Electra Junior.  Delivered Aug 9, 1937 for use by US Naval Attache in Brazil. W/o Sep 4, 1944.
				To civil registry PP-PBX, then as NC1108/N1108.  Substantially damaged Mar 4, 1966 when landing gear 
				collapsed during hard landing at Richmond Heights, OH.  Damaged Oct 14, 1976 when right main landing gear 
				collapsed during landing.  Currenty registered to Hofman Family Foundation
1054/1059	Sikorsky JRS-1 
			Military version of S-43 
			1054 (MSN 4337) Aug 21, 1943
			1055 (MSN 4338) grounded at Norfolk, VA Oct 10, 1942.  SOC Jul 23, 1943
			1056 (MSN 4339) SOC Jul 23, 1943.
			1057 (MSN 4340) crashed Dec 2, 1940.  Listed as SOC Jul 23, 1943.
			1058 (MSN 4341) SOC Aug 3, 1944
			1059 (MSN 4342) SOC Jul 22, 1943.  To RFC Aug 6, 1945.  Became NC53294, later
				N53294, later still N326.  Damaged at Cataline 1958.  No further trace.
1060/1061	Sikorsky JRS-1
			For Marines - military version of S-43
			1060 (MSN 4343) crashed at New River, NC Aug 27, 1941.  SOC Dec 16, 1941
			1061 (MSN 4344) allegedly destroyed by fire during Japanese attack on Pearl
				Harbor, but date is given as Jan 13, 1942.  The plane marked as
				1061 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson,AZ is really MSN 4325,
				which saw no military service.
1062/1063	Sikorsky JRS-1 
			Military version of S-43 
			1062 (MSN 4345) soc Nov 30, 1944
			1063 (MSN 4346) in ground accident Jun 3, 1941.  It was at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  
				SOC Aug 31, 1944, to storage Mar 1945, Assigned to Bush Field, Augusta, GA. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Apr 26, 1945 to Nov 20, 1946.
				Assigned to Bush Field, Augusta, GA .  Preserved in 1948 for NASM.
				In storage at Garber Facility in Silver Hill, MD.  Allegedly the only aircraft
				that was at Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941 that has survived until the 21st century.
				Now on display at Udvar-Hazy center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
1064/1146	Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull
			MSN 12329/12411.  Model 71 Seagull
			1064 lost at Cavite in SW Pacific Dec 31, 1941.
			1065 (VP-101) damaged beyond repair by salt water immersion May 1942.  SOC Jun 16, 1942.
			1069 crashed into mooring mast at Scott Field, Illinois Jan 26, 1938.  Both crew killed.
			1071 (VCS-9) fuel exhaustion at sea off USS Boise, tried to
				taxi to beach, capsized and sank Sept 5, 1942.
			1076 converted to SOC-3A (VGS-1) crashed on takeoff from NAS Norfolk, VA in landplane configuration 
				May 5, 1942.  2 killed.
			1077 converted to SOC-3A (CQTU/A) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
				To limited overhaul.
			1078 used in Operations Nanook and Highjump 1946-47.  SOC Sep 30, 1947.
			1079 attached to ACORN-30 POOL, lost at Tacloban, Philippines Aug 1, 1945
			1080 (VCS-15) attached to USS Nashville, lost at Morcus in central Pacific Jul 4, 1943
			1082 (VCS-8) attached to USS Brooklyn, lost enroute to Anzio in Mediterranean May 11, 1944
			1083 converted to SOC-3A.  With VGS-1 crashed on landing on USS Long Island off NC coast Mar 22, 1942.  To
				major overhaul.  Attached to USS Philadelphia, lost over France Aug 21, 1944
			1084 attached to USS Helena, lost at Velia Lavelia in South Pacific Jul 4, 1943
			1085 (VCS-7, USS Vincennes) spun in after catapult launch Mar 16, 1942.
			1086 lost at sea, USS Arizona Jul 10, 1940.
			1087 (CL-90) attached to USS Astoria, lost at Savo Island Aug 9, 1942
			1089 (VCS-9) off USS Phoenix spun in during gunnery practice
				Sept 29, 1942.  1 killed.
			1090 (VCS-7 USS Wichita) loss of power, force landed, hit swell,
				capsized and sank Apr 16, 1942.
			1091 attached to USS Savannah, lost over Gela, Sicily Jul 10, 1943
			1092 attached to USS Idaho BB-42, crashed in San Francisco Bay Jul 21, 1938.  2 killed.
			1096 attached to USS Boise, lost in South Pacific Aug 15, 1942
			1097 attached to USS Savannah, lost over Gela, Sicily Jul 10, 1943
			1100 attached to USS Portland lost at Lingayen Gulf Jan 10, 1945.
			1102 lost off Hawaii Feb 9, 1942.
			1103 sank during recovery by USS Houston, recovered and SOC at Cavite Dec 31, 1941.
			1106 (VCS-7) in recovery accident off USS Tuscaloosa and sank
				near Axar Fiord, Iceland May 5, 1942.
			1107 (VCS-3) in fuel exhaustion off USS Richmond Aug 9, 1942
				offshore from Peru.  1 crew missing.
			1109 (VCS-9, USS Helena) landing accident, sank inverted with main
				float broken off near Oakland APT, San Francisco Bay Feb 25, 1942.
			1112 assigned to POOL at Pearl Harbor, SOC Apr 30, 1945
			1113 wrecked at sea off USS Maryland Nov 17, 1939
			1114 (VCS-8) in recovery accident off USS Philadelphia and
				sank Apr 24, 1942.
			1115 (VCS-9) missing at sea off USS Honolulu Jun 11, 1942.  
				Found floating inverted off Farrallon Islands, CA Nov 11, 1942.
				2 crew missing.
			1117 (VCS-6) attached to USS Wichita, lost at Majuro in central Pacific May 5, 1944
			1120 attached to USS Nashville, lost enroute to Pearl Harbor Aug 11, 1943
			1121 attached to USS Denver, lost in central Pacific Sep 12, 1944
			1122 converted to SOC-3A.  With VGS-1 got lost, ran out of fuel and landed at Rosarito, Mexico Jul 2, 1942.
				Flown out the same day.
			1123 attached to USS Vincennes, lost off Savo Island in South Pacific Aug 9, 1942
			1125 attached to USS Tuscaloosa, lost at Okinawa Apr 9, 1945
			1126 (VS-201, USS Long Island) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion
				Aug 2, 1941.
			1127 (VS-201, USS Long Island) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion
				Aug 2, 1941.
			1128 (VS-201, USS Long Island) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion
				Aug 2, 1941.
			1130 (VCS-8 attached to USS Philadelphia) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Wilhelm Esser of JG 53/Stab 5 km W of 
				Gela, Sicily Jul 10, 1943.
			1132 converted to SOC-3A (CQTU/A) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
				To limited overhaul.
			1133 converted to SOC-3A (Nassau Utility Unit) last noted with USS Nassau Jul 23, 1943.  Attached to CASU(F)-18 lost at
				Ebeye in west central Pacific Nov 24, 1944
			1134 (VCS-9) missing at sea off USS Hololulu Jun 11, 1942.  Another report has the date being Jun 18, 1942
			1135 assigned to AA lost at Pearl Harbor Feb 7, 1945
			1136 attached to USS Denver lost at Port Purvis in SW Pacific Oct 29, 1944
			1137 attached to USS Minneapolis lost enroute to Luzon Jan 1, 1945.
			1139 (VCS-9) spun in at sea off USS Boise Aug 30, 1943.
			1141 (VCS-9, USS St Louis) spun in and crashed off Hawaii Oct 16, 1941.
			1146 attached to USS Savannah, lost at Gela, Sicily Jul 10, 1943.
1147/1190	Naval Aircraft Factory SON-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 71 Seagull built under license by Naval Aircraft Factory
			Some converted for carrier operation as SON-1A
			1166 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired, to overhaul.
			1173 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
			1175 (VCS-8) lost off USS Savannah off Bermuda Apr 13, 1942.
			1181 spun in and sank off USS Boise Oct 30, 1941
			1183 damaged  on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
1191/1194	Sikorsky JRS-1 
			Military version of S-43 
			1191 (MSN 4347) lost at sea in forced landing off Hawaii Apr 25, 1942.  SOC Jun 30, 1942.
			1192 (MSN 4348) SOC Mar 31, 1943
			1193 (MSN 4349) SOC Jul 31, 1943.  Became NC53295 Aug 6, 1945.  Suffered taxying
				accident Sep 1948.  Disposed of by being towed out to sea and sunk.
			1194 (MSN 4350) sank at sea off Pearl Harbor Apr 20, 1943 and SOC Apr 23, 1943.
1195/1209	Grumman J2F-2 Duck
			Model G-15.  Delivered to US Navy and US Marine Corps between Jun and Nov 1938.
			1195 (VJ-3) SOC Aug 31, 1944
			1197 (ASWTU FW-2) lost in central Pacific Jul 24, 1944
			1198/1206 converted to J2F-2A in 1939 for use by VMS-3 in neutrality patrols over Caribbean.
				1198 to VMS-3
				1201 (VD-2) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				1204 lost off Virgin Islands Sep 19, 1942
			1207 (FAW-10) lost off Java Jan 21, 1942
			1209 lost at Midway Jun 29, 1942.
1210		Goodyear L-1 airship
			Goodyear Aircraft Company 123,000 cu ft L series airship
			1210	L-1	Delivered Apr 1938
1211		Goodyear K-2 airship
			Goodyear Aircraft Company 404,000 cu ft K series airship designated ZNP-K
			First flight Dec 1938
1212		Societa Aeronautica Italiana S-2
1213/1244	Consolidated PBY-4 Catalina
			MSN 1 to 32.  Ordered Dec 18, 1937
			1214 (VP-101) destroyed in air raid on Darwin, Australia Feb 19, 1942
			1215 to RAAF as A24-28 in Mar 1942.
			1216 abandoned by US Navy Mar 2, 1942 at Tjillatjap, Indonesia during invasion of Java, taken over by NEIAF as Y-3.  Flown to Australia and
				handed over to RAAF as A24-29.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Flying Service in 1946.  Engines and wing removed,
				and fuselage offered for sale.  Purchased in Jan 1947 and converted into a houseboat.  Sold to Wentworth
				Services Club in 1971, who converted it into a paddleboat.  Top of fuselage
				cut away and a platform built on top of the lower hull.  Named "Paddle Cat"
			1217 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs hit a rock and sank in Lake Lanao at Cavite, Philippines Dec 26, 1941.
			1218 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs destroyed by Japanese planes at Los Banos, Cavite, Philippines Dec 25, 1941.
			1219 (VP-101) lost off Sangley Point, Cavite, Philippines Dec 8, 1942
			1220 (VP-102) attached to USS Childs lost at Cavite, Philippines Dec 25, 1941
			1221 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs shot down at Jolo in central Philippines Dec 27, 1941
			1222 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs shot down at Jolo in central Philippines Dec 27, 1941.  Crew captured by 
				Japanese and were executed.
			1223 (VP-101) lost at Jolo in central Philippines Dec 27, 1941
			1224 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs shot down  by AAA at Jolo in central Philippines Dec 27, 1941.  3 crew killed, 
				4 survived and were rescued.
			1225 (VP-101) lost in Philippines Jan 4, 1942.
			1226 (VP-22) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			1227 (VP-102) destroyed when struck submerged coral reef at Ebeye Feb 14, 1942.  No injuries.
			1228 (VP-22) shot down by Japanese fighters off Java Jan 17, 1942.  All crew survived.
			1229 (VP-101) attached to USS William B. Preston (AVD-7) destroyed  by strafing Japanese fighters Malalag Bay, 
				Philippines Dec 8, 1941
			1230 (VP-102) attached to USS William B. Preston (AVD-7) destroyed  by strafing Japanese fighters Malalag Bay, 
				Philippines Dec 8, 1941
			1231 (VP-101) lost off Davao in SW Pacific Dec 8, 1941.
			1232 (VP-102) destroyed by strafing Japanese fighters at Cavite, Davao, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
			1233 (VP-101) destroyed in air raid on Darwin, Australia Feb 19, 1942
			1234 water looped on landing May 3, 1939 at NAS North Island, CA.  With VP-101 shot down Laguna de Bay,
				off Davao, Philippines Dec 9, 1941.  All 7 crew killed.
			1235 (VP-102) attached to USS Childs destroyed in Japanese attack Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines Dec 12, 1941.
			1236 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs destroyed at mooring by Japanese fighters Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines Dec 12, 1941. 
			1237 (VP-102) attached to USS Childs destroyed in Japanese attack Cavite, Philippines Mar 3, 1942
			1239 (VP-102) attached to USS Childs destroyed in Japanese attack Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines  Dec 12, 1941
			1240 (VP-101) attached to USS Childs destroyed at mooring by Japanese fighters Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines Dec 12, 1941. 
			1241 VP-13; code 13-P-12. Used as a pattern aircraft for rear hull blister gun emplacements installed in 
				place of the sliding hatches. Also used for trials of another vertical tail/rudder design
				(VP-101) destroyed at mooring by Japanese fighters Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines Dec 12, 1941. 
			1242 Used as a pattern aircraft for rear hull blister gun emplacements installed in place of the sliding hatches
				(VP-102) attached to USS Childs destroyed in Japanese attack Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines Dec 12, 1941
			1243 Used as a pattern aircraft for rear hull blister gun emplacements installed in place of the sliding hatches
				(VP-101) attached to USS Childs destroyed at mooring by Japanese fighters Olongapo, Cavite, Philippines Dec 12, 1941. .
			1244 (Project Baker for experiments with instrument landing equipment) water looped on landing during training 
				at NAS San Diego, CA Dec 9, 1941.  One killed, 6 survived.
1245		Consolidated XPBY-4 Catalina
			(CAC no. 33) Bailed to Consolidated for further design work. Used for trials of the amphibious undercarriage 
			system that was fitted to later Catalinas. It was not fitted with blisters and retained the original shape PBY-4 rudder. 
			Became the prototype PBY-5A, designated XPBY-5A, first flying as such on 2Nov39. Delivered to the US Navy and 
			used as a staff transport in both the Atlantic and Panama Canal Zones. Starting in March 1943, it underwent 
			modifications that saw it lose its amphibious undercarriage but gain a PBY-5 tail and blisters. 
			The bow turret was removed in favor of a faired-over clipper-style bow, additional windows and an internal 
			fit allowing seating for a number of passengers. Redesignated as the PBY-5R Sea Mare
1246		Martin PBM-1 Mariner
			Glenn L. Martin Company Model 162
			Sank in storm near Iceland, Jan 15, 1942. (VP-72)
1247		Martin XPBM-2 Mariner
			Glenn L Martin Company Model 162.  Provision for catapult launching
1248/1266	Martin PBM-1 Mariner
			Glenn L. Martin Company Model 162
			1248 (VP-74) crashed into mountain side and burned at about 800 feet near
				Krisuvik, Iceland Nov 2, 1941.  12 killed.
			1249 (FAW-3) lost at Coco Solo, Canal Zone Jul 4, 1945.
			1250 (VP-74) MIA off Bermuda Jun 3, 1942 after search for survivors from SS Westmoreland sunk by U-566.
				12 crew MIA.
			1251 (VP-84) sank at sea off Bermuda Sep 3, 1942 after engine failure and
				forced landing at sea.  Crew was rescued.
			1254 (FAW-11) lost at San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 23, 1944
			1255 (VP-74) attached to USS Albemarle sank in storm near Iceland, Jan 15,
				1942. 
			1256 (TTS) fire in air and crashed 11/11/42 NAS Banana River, F.  11 killed.
				Another report has the plane being attached to USS Albemarle and lost off Iceland Jan 15, 1942.
			1260 (FAW-3) lost at Coco Solo Nov 1, 1944
			1262 assigned to POOL lost at San Juan Jun 19, 1945.
			1265 (FAW-11) lost off San Juan Apr 24, 1945.
1267		Lockheed XJO-3
			MSN 1253.  Model 12 Electra Junior.  Built with fixed tricycle landing gear and an arrestor hook.  Delivered Oct 15, 1938
				and operated from USS Lexington Aug 29, 1939.  Crashed at Banana River, Florida May 7, 1943.
1268/1325	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Curtiss-Wright Model 77
			Some from this batch diverted to France ahead of France's own order for 90 aircraft.  Aircraft were flown to Halifax,
				Nova Scotia and loaded aboard French aircraft carier Bearn.  France fell in Jun 1940 while aircraft carrier was
				in mid-Atlantic and was diverted to Martinique, where the aircraft rotted away in the humid climate and were
				eventually scrapped.
			1268 diverted to test work as a second XSBC-4.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1269 exhibited at World's Fair in NYC Apr 1939 to Dec 1939 before entering USN
				service.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1270 crashed at San Diego Jan 25, 1941.  SOC Feb 28, 1941
			1271 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1272 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1273 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1274 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1275 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1276 SOC Feb 28, 1943
			1277 SOC May 31, 1943
			1278 SOC May 31, 1943
			1279 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1280 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1281 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1282 crashed Jul 11, 1940. SOC Dec 31, 1940
			1283 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 7, 1944
			1284 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1285 (VS-2) crashed Nov 16, 1940 when flew into a high-tension wiere suspended	
				over Lake Hodges, San Diego County, CA.  SOC Dec 31, 1940.  Both onboard killed.
			1286 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman, OK. SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1287 crashed Mar 13, 1943.   SOC Apr 8, 1943
			1288 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1289 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1290 SOC Feb 28, 1943
			1291 crashed Jul 13, 1940.  SOC Aug 31, 1940
			1292 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1293 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 4, 1943
			1294 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1295 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1296 crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jan 15, 1942.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
			1297 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1942.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			1298 crashedat Miami Apr 20, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943.
			1299 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1300 crashed at Quantico Mar 18, 1942.  SOC Apr 30, 1942
			1301 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1302 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1303 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman.  SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1304 SOC Apr 30, 1943    
			1305 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman, OK.  SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1306 crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jun 12, 1942.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
			1307 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1308 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1309 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1310 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1311 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1312 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1313 DBR at San Diego Apr 18, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1314 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman, OK.  SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1315 SOC May 31, 1943
			1316 SOC at NAS Corpus Christi Jul 7, 1943
			1317 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 4, 1943
			1318 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Nov 20, 1943
			1319 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1320 SOC Jun 26, 1944
			1321 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1322 SOC Aug 6, 1943
			1323 DBR at Corpus Christi Aug 27, 1942.  SOC Aug 31, 1942
			1324 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1325 SOC May 31, 1943.
1326/1383	Vought-Sikorsky SB2U-2 
			US Navy Aircraft states that the name Vindicator was not adopted until the SB2U-3
			1326 assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA Nov 28, 1938 to Mar 24, 1939.
			1327 (VS-71) lost in North Atlantic Ocean from USS Wasp CV-7 Jan 27, 1942.
			1330 SOC Mov 30, 1943 (last operational SB2U
			1333 with VB-3 on USS Saratoga in 1941.  SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1353 (VB-2) collided in midair with SB2U-1 BuNo 0753 Oct 19, 1939 between Lake Murray and San Diego State
				College.   Both aircraft crashed, killing all 4 crews on board.
			1361 with VS-72 on USS Ranger
			1362 lost at sea in North Atlantic Ocean from USS Wasp CV-7 Mar 27, 1942
			1363 (VS-71) crashed on Allt on Tor, Scotland Mar 23, 1942 whilst en route 
				from Tain to Inverness (unit was embarked on USS Wasp, which was at Scapa 
				Flow at the time).  Another report has the plane being lost off Malta Apr 23, 1942
			1364 (VS-72) lost off Greenock, Scotland in North Atlantic from USS Wasp CV-7 Apr 14, 1942.  2 crew MIA.
			1367 with VF-2 on USS Lexington
			1368 with VS-72 on USS Ranger.  (VS-71) lost off Norfolk, Virginia in Atlantic Ocean off USS Wasp CV-7 Jan 14, 1942
			1369 with VS-72 on USS Wasp c 1939-40
			1370 (VS-71) lost in Atlantic Ocean near England off USS Wasp CV-7 May 5, 1942.
			1376 with VS-72 on USS Ranger
			1380 with VS-72 on USS Ranger
			1383 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
1384		Grumman XJ3F-1
			Model G-26.  MSN 1021.  Delivered to US Navy at NAS Anacostia Sep 1938.  To US Wildlife Service in 1954 as
				N727.  To N2767A.  Crashed Apr 20, 1965 at Pebbly Beach, Santa Catalina Island, California
1385		Curtiss XSO3C-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82. First flight May 9, 1938.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 18, 1940 to Nov 17, 1940.
				Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC 
1386/1396	Brewster F2A-1 
			Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 239
			Last 44 of original order were diverted to Finland.
			All modified in F2A-2 standard between Oct-40/Jan-41 except 1390 and 1393
			1390 crashed (VF-3) during aerobatics Sep 23, 1940 8 mi off Dana PT, CA.  Pilot killed.
			1393 with VF-2 in 1940.
			As F2A-2: 
				1387 hit trees after takeoff 03/28/1943 Miami NAS and burned.
				1392 crashed 05/21/1943  (Jacksonville NAS)
				1394 crashed 02/28/1942  (Miami NAS). Pilot killed, British FAA pilot
				1395 stalled at 100 feet near Davis FL 12/18/1942  (Miami NAS)
1397/1439	Brewster F2A-2
			Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 339
			Originally part of F2A-1 order.
			1400 force-landed and ground-looped 12 mi W of NAS Miami on Tamiani Trail Oct 14, 1942.
			1403 (MF-122) spun in on landing at Camp Kearny, CA Mar 2, 1942.
			1411 in hard landing at Davis Field, FL Oct 29, 1942.
			1412 in midair near Grahams Dairy, Miami, FL Feb 6, 1943.
			1415 overshot landing Jul 10, 1942 at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
			1416 in midair Sept 28, 1942 5 mi west of Boca Raton, FL.
			1418 in forced-landing due to engine failure near NAS Nan Diego, CA Mar 15, 1942 
				and nosed over.  Plane marked at 1418 on display at Finnish Air Force Museum. 
			1419 (F2A-2R) force-landed near NAS Miami Dec 5, 1942.
			1420 hit SNJ-4 10287 in landing accident at NAS Miami Nov 2, 1942.
			1425 flew into ground while watching another plane force-land
				and bounced into a gully near Otay Mesa Field, CA.
			1426 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jul 23, 1942 to Jun 17, 1944.
				Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
			1427 spun-in and crashed at sea 8 mi off Pt Loma, Ca.  Pilot killed
			1432 pilot bailed out due to engine failure.  Plane crashed near Chula Vista, CA.
			1435 hit side of Poway Canion, CA during aerobatic training Dec 4, 1941.
			1436 pilot bailed out on ferry flight from Midland, TX to Corpus Christi, TX due
				to engine failure Jul 6, 1942.  Plane crashed at Helotes, TX.
			1439 in wheels-up landing Jul 24, 1943.
1440		Vought XSO2U-1
1441		Lockheed XR4O-1
			MSN 1482.  Staff transport version of Model 14-H2 Super Electra.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Feb 20, 1939 to Apr 31, 1941.
				Registered as NACA 134.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.  SOC at Jacksonville, Florida May 9, 1944.
1442		Grumman XF5F-1 Skyrocket 
			Model G-34.  First flight Apr 1, 1940.  Delivered to NAS Anacosia Feb 22, 1941.  Suffered several landing gear
				failures and SOC at NAS New York Dec 11, 1944. 
1443		Vought-Sikorsky XF4U-1 Corsair
			Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166A Corsair prototype. First flight May 29, 1940.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jun 14, 1941 to Mar 1, 1943.
				Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
1444/1470	Grumman F3F-3
			Model G-19.  MSN 478/504
			1448 (VF-5) crashed NAS Miami, FL Aug 7, 1941
			1452 (VF-5) crashed on USS Yorktown Jul 1, 1940
			1454 (VF-5) crashed off USS Yorktown Jul 1 1940
			1455 (VF-5) crashed NAS Miami Nov 30, 1940
			1458 (VF-5) crashed NAS Corpus Christi Dec 23, 1941
			1464 crashed NAS Corpus Christi Oct 18, 1941
1471/1473	Goodyear free balloons
1474/1504	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Curtiss-Wright Corporation Model 77 
			Some from this batch diverted to France ahead of France's own order for 90 aircraft.  Aircraft were flown to Halifax,
				Nova Scotia and loaded aboard French aircraft carier Bearn.  France fell in Jun 1940 while aircraft carrier was
				in mid-Atlantic and was diverted to Martinique, where the aircraft rotted away in the humid climate and were
				eventually scrapped.
			1474 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1475 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1476 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1477 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1478 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			1479/1487 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1488 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1489/1496 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1497 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Nov 20, 1943
			1498 crashed Nov 4, 1939.  SOC Dec 29, 1939
			1499 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1500 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1501 SOC Jul 30, 1943.
			1502 crashed NAS Corpus Christi May 2, 1942.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1503 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1504  Crashed Mar 20, 1942.  SOC Apr 30, 1942.
1505/1519	Douglas TBD-1 Devastator
			MSN 2273/2287
			1505 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise
			1506 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost in Battle of Midway 6/4/1942.  2 crew MIA
			1507 attached to USS Yorktown crashed off Jaluit Atoll Feb 1, 1942 after colliding with TBD-1 1515.
			1508 crashed Feb 21, 1941
			1509 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			1510 SOC Aug 9, 1944
			1511 (VT-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
			1512 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.
			1513 (VT-3) lost with sinking of USS YORKTOWN June 4, 1942
			1514 (VT-2) lost when USS LEXINGTON sunk at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			1515 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown, crash landed in lagoon at Jaluit Atoll, Marshall
				Islands Feb 1, 1942 after colliding with TBD-1 1507.  Recently rediscovered.
			1516 (VT-2) lost when USS LEXINGTON sank at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			1517 stricken at NAS Miami 31 January 1944
			1518 (VT-8) attched to USS Hornet, lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  Ensign George
				H Gay found safe.  Other crew MIA.
			1519 stricken Aug 9, 1944
1520		Martin XPB2M-1 Mars
			MSN 877. Model 170. Launched into Dark Head Creek, Middle River, MD Nov 5,  1941.   During taxi tests 5Dec41 at the Middle River, MD 
				plant the propeller of engine #3 threw a blade, which caused an engine fire and severely damaged the aircraft. Repairs took more than 6 months.
				First flight Jul 3, 1942. In 1942, modified as XPB2M-1R transport, gun turrets and bombing equipment removed.
				Nov 27, 1943 Delivered to VR-8 at Patuxent River, MD. Later to VR-2 at NAS Alameda, CA
				Withdrawn from service at  Mar 1945 Alameda, CA.  Named 'Old Lady' beached at Alameda, CA
 				Returned Apr 1945 to Martin Co. for JRM-1 crew training, arrived at Middle River, MD
				Transferred to NATC Patuxent River, MD as a maintenance trainer until 1949.  Later broken up, presumably at Patuxent River, MD.
1521		Naval Aircraft Factory XN5N-1
1522/1551	Naval Aircraft Factory SBN-1
			Brewster Aeronautical Corporation SBA built under licence by the Naval Aircraft Factory as the SBN-1
			1522 Delivered to US Navy 25Nov40. NAS Anacostia, Washington, DC 25Nov40; NAF Philadelphia, PA 3Dec40; 
				NAS Anacostia 6Dec40; NAF Philadelphia, PA 7Dec40; NAS Anacostia 17Dec40; NAF Philadelphia, PA 13Jan41; 
				NAS Anacostia 10Feb41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 12Mar41; NAS Anacostia 10Jun41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 16Jun41; 
				NAS Anacostia 19Jun41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 28Jul41; NAS Anacostia 20Aug41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 8Sep41;
				NAS Anacostia 28Oct41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 3Nov41; NAS Anacostia 18Nov41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 24Nov41; 
				NAS Anacostia 8Dec41; NAF Philadelphia, PA 21Jan42; NAS Anacostia 4Feb42; NAF Philadelphia, PA 13Feb42; 
				NAS Anacostia 23Feb42; NAF Philadelphia, PA 25Mar42; NAS Anacostia 21Apr42; NAF Philadelphia, PA 8May42; 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 11Jun42; Assistant Officer-in-Charge, NAS Jacksonville, FL 9Oct42. SOC 15Jun43
			1523 Delivered to US Navy 27Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 27Jun41. VT-8, USS Hornet 7Oct41. NAS Norfolk, VA 22Nov41.
				 NAF Philadelphia, PA 25Nov41. NAS Norfolk, VA 9Dec41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 22Dec41. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 26Mar42. NAF Philadelphia, PA 2Apr42. NAS Norfolk, VA 30Apr42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 30Apr42. NAS Norfolk, VA 25Jun42. SOC 30Nov42
			1524 Delivered to US Navy 15Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 17Jun41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 29Jul41. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA for overhaul 16Dec41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 25May42. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA for overhaul 28Jul42. Naval Air Operational Training Command, NAS Jacksonville, FL 9Oct42. 
				SOC 30Nov42
			1525 Delivered to US Navy 15Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 17Jun41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 29Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA Aug41
				DBR when undercarriage collapsed during forced landing Aug 22, 1941.
				Pilot (who was inexperienced with the type) had forgotten to switch
				the fuel selector valve on takeoff.  SOC Apr 30, 1942
			1526 Delivered to US Navy 15Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 17Jun41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 30Jul41. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA for overhaul 5Nov41. SOC 31Dec42
			1527 Delivered to US Navy 25Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 25Jun41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 30Jul41. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 23Sep41. SOC 31Dec42
			1528 Delivered to US Navy 25Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 26Jun41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 6Aug41. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 27Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 1May42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 1May42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 26May42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 15Jun42. NAS Norfolk, VA 30Jun42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 9Oct42. SOC 31Dec42
			1529 Delivered to US Navy 2Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Jul41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 30Aug41. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 27Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 16Apr42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 16Apr42. 
				VGS-27 7Jul42. Naval Air Operational Training Command, NAS Jacksonville, FL 9Oct42. SOC 30Nov42
			1530 Delivered to US Navy 25Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 26Jun41. VT-8 16Aug41. NAS Norfolk, VA for overhaul 12Sep41. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 18Feb42. NAF Philadelphia, PA 27Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 2May42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 2May42. NAS Norfolk, VA 9Jul42. SOC 31Jul42
			1531 Delivered to US Navy 25Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 26Jun41. VT-8 16Aug41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 18Dec41. 
				Crashed after engine failure, possibly caused by fuel starvation, on the downwind leg to land at Fentress 
				Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, Chesapeake, VA 16Dec41. Both naval reserve crew injured. SOC 31Dec41.
			1532 Delivered to US Navy 25Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 26Jun41. VT-8 16Aug41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 3Dec41. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 27Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 30Apr42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 30Apr42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 19May42. SOC 30Sep42
			1533 Delivered to US Navy 27Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 27Jun41. VT-8 29Aug41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 3Dec41. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 31Dec41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 26Mar42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 15Jun42. 
				Crashed after takeoff when the engine lost power; the pilot turned back to base but the engine failed completely 
				and the airplane crashed into a tree half mile south of Pungo Naval Outer Landing Field, Virginia Beach, VA 17Jul42. 
				The naval reserve pilot (sole occupant) was unhurt. SOC 31Jul42.
			1534 Delivered to US Navy 27Jun41. NAS Norfolk, VA 27Jun41. VT-8 27Aug41. While the pilot was performing carrier 
				qualification aboard USS Long Island, the aircraft flew into the sea and crashed during a turn out of wind on 
				approach 12Nov42; the naval reserve pilot was killed. The aircraft had completed a turn, leveled its wings 
				then went into a shallow dive from 90° and crashed nose-first into the water. SOC 31Dec41.
			1535 Delivered to US Navy 2Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Jul41. VT-8 23Aug41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 3Dec41. 
				Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, VA 8Dec41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 8Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 12Apr42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 12Apr42. NAS Norfolk, VA 8Oct42. 
				Naval Air Operational Training Command, NAS Jacksonville, FL 9Oct42. SOC 30Nov42
			1536 Delivered to US Navy 25Jun41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 30Jun41; test aircraft. Advanced Carrier Training Group 2Mar42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 13Apr42. SOC 30Nov42
			1537 Delivered to US Navy 2Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Jul41. VT-8 4Sep41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 3Dec41. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 26Dec41. SOC 31Dec42.  To Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Millington, TN 1Mar43
				as ground instruction airframe
			1538 Delivered to US Navy 2Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Jul41. VT-8 4Sep41. NAS Norfolk, VA 9Oct41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 18Dec42.
				 SOC 31Dec42.  To Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Millington, TN 1Mar43 as ground instruction airframe
			1539 Delivered to US Navy 24Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 24Jul41. VT-8 4Sep41. Advanced Carrier Training Group. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 27Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 3May42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 3May42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 2Aug42. SOC 30Nov42
			1540 Delivered to US Navy 24Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 24Jul41. VT-8 30Aug41. Advanced Carrier Training Group 31Dec41. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 27Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 5May42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 5May42. 
				Naval Air Operational Training Command, NAS Jacksonville, FL 9Oct42. SOC 30Nov42
			1541 Delivered to US Navy 31Jul41. NAS Norfolk, VA 1Aug41. NAS New York, NY 26Aug41. NAS Norfolk, VA 21Nov41. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 25Nov41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 13May42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 13May42. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Aug42. SOC 31Aug42
			1542 Delivered to US Navy 21Feb42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 21Feb42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 27Apr42 for overhaul. SOC 31Dec42. To Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, 
				Millington, TN 17Feb43 as ground instruction airframe
			1543 Delivered to US Navy 4Aug41. NAS Norfolk, VA 4Aug41. VF-8 23Aug41. VT-8 17Sep41. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 3Dec41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Apr42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 2Apr42. NAS Norfolk, VA 26May42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 15Jun42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 30Jun42. Naval Air Operational Training Command, NAS Jacksonville, FL 1Oct42. SOC 30Nov42..
			1544 Delivered to US Navy 4Aug41. NAS Norfolk, VA 7Aug41. VF-8 23Aug41. Advanced Carrier Training Group, 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 18Sep41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 2Apr42. NAS Norfolk, VA 5May42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 15Jun42. VGS-27, NAS Norfolk, VA. Crashed after engine failure downwind
				to land, lost altitude, struck trees and destroyed by fire fifteen miles east of Norfolk 14Aug42; 
				pilot survived with severe burns. SOC 31Aug42
			1545 Delivered to US Navy 6Aug41. NAS Norfolk, VA 6Aug41. VT-8 23Aug41. NAS Norfolk, VA 18Sep41 for overhaul. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 4Jun42. NAF Philadelphia, PA 15Jun42. NAS Norfolk, VA 1Oct42. SOC 30Nov42.
			1546 Delivered to US Navy 7Mar42. NAS Norfolk, VA 9Mar42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 9Mar42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 2May42. SOC 30Nov42
			1547 Delivered to US Navy 28Feb42. NAF Philadelphia, PA 28Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA. NAS New York, NY 25Aug43. 
				NAF Philadelphia, PA 1Sep44. SOC 9Jun44.
			1548 Delivered to US Navy 21Feb42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 2Mar42. 
				Advanced Carrier Training Group 2Mar42. NAS Norfolk, VA 31Mar42 for overhaul. NAF Philadelphia, PA 18Nov42. 
				SOC 31Dec42.  To Naval Air Operational Training Command, NAS Jacksonville, FL 23Jan43 as ground instruction airframe.
			1549 Delivered to US Navy 21Feb42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 20May42. SOC 30Nov42.
			1550 Delivered to US Navy 21Feb42. NAS Norfolk, VA 21Feb42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 14Mar42. 
				NAS Norfolk, VA 21Mar42 for overhaul. NAF Philadelphia, PA 18Nov42. SOC 31Dec42.
			1551 Delivered to US Navy 23Mar42. NAS Norfolk, VA 23Mar42. Advanced Carrier Training Group 23Mar42. 
				Crashed at NAS Norfolk, VA 4Apr42. During takeoff and just prior to leaving the ground, the right tire blew 
				out and instead of getting the aircraft into the air and returning to East Field for a landing, the pilot cut the 
				engine and attempted to stop before reaching the edge of the field. However, due to the high speed, 
				he was unable to stop and went over into an adjoining field (Creeds Field) where the plane nosed over. 
				Both crew slightly injured.  SOC May 30, 1942.
1552/1567	North American SNJ-1 Texan
			MSN 52-956/971
			1552 (MSN 52-956)
			1553 (MSN 52-957) crashed after entering rain squall while flying to Mobile Nov 1, 1940.  Both pilot and passenger killed.
			1554 (MSN 52-958) 
			1555 (MSN 52-959) 
			1556 (MSN 52-960) 
			1557 (MSN 52-961) crashed Jul 2, 1941 near NAS Jacksonville, Florida.  2 killed.
			1558 (MSN 52-962) 
			1559 (MSN 52-963) Pensacola NAS, FL
			1560 (MSN 52-964) 
			1561 (MSN 52-965) 
			1562 (MSN 52-966) 
			1563 (MSN 52-967) 
			1564 (MSN 52-968) 
			1565 (MSN 52-969) 
			1566 (MSN 52-970) Code 96
			1567 (MSN 52-971) 
1568/1587	Grumman J2F-3 Duck
			Model G-15.  Delivered between Feb and Jun 1939 for use as "admiral barges" and US Naval attaches.  Unarmed.
			1569 used by superintendent of US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
			1571 in accident at Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  Shipped to Minneapolis, Minnesota for repairs
			1576 assigned to ARU SOLS lost at Espritu Santo Aug 1, 1944.
			1579 crashed on takeoff May 14, 1941 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  2 killed.
			1580 assigned to POOL at Guadalcanal, lost at Guadalcanal Apr 10, 1945
			1582 assigned to NAS Adak, Alaska, SOC Mar 31, 1945
			1587 lost in east central Pacific Oct 1, 1942
1588		Bell XFL-1 Airabonita
1589/1595	Beech GB-1 Traveller
			MSN 298/304.  Civil Beech D-17S purchased by US Navy
			1591 SOC at Corpus Cristi, Apr 15, 1942.
			1593 assigned to Station Operations at Port Lyautey, Morocco Mar 23, 1945.
1596/1631	Douglas SBD-1 Dauntless
			MSN 549/584 (El Segundo MSNs)
			1596 first flight May 1, 1940.  Delivered Sep 6, 1940.  (VMSB-234) ditched near Pearl Harbor 8/8/42.
			1597 with VMB-2.  SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1598 SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1599 SOC Jan 7, 1944
			1601 w/o 7/9/1942.
			1602 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1603 with VMB-1 in 1939.  W/o Jul 13, 1942, San Diego, CA during dive bombing practice.
			1604 SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1605 SOC Jun 22, 1943
			1606 SOC Aug 9, 1944
			1607 (VMB-1) w/o Guantananamo Bay, Cuba Dec 23, 1940
			1608 SOC May 9, 1944
			1609 (VMB-1) crashed 9/23/1940.
			1610 (CQTU) lost at sea 1/15/1943
			1611 spun in 8/10/42 at Chula Vista, CA.  Crew killed.
			1612 (CQTU) ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 21, 1942. Salvaged in the early 1990s.  In 1997 was
				at National Museum of Naval Aviation awaiting restoration.  In 2003 was at
				Battleship Alabama Museum.  In 2005 was at the Midway restoration hangar at NAS North Island.
				Transferred to Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum at MCAS Miramar, San Diego, California for restoration for
				display there.  On loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
			1613 (VMSB-141) w/o 6/20/42 in mid-air collison, crew killed.
			1614 SOC Mar 29, 1944
			1615 SOC Nov 8, 1943
			1616 with VMB-1.  DBR Jan 14, 1943
			1617 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1618 w/o 7/18/42, San Diego, CA in midair with 1624 during takeoff.
			1619 crashed May 23, 1943
			1620 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1621 crashed 4/6/1943.
			1622 w/o 9/1/42 Baja California, Mexico.  Crew killed.
			1623 SOC Nov 8, 1943
			1624 w/o 7/18/42  San Diego, CA in midair with 1618 during takeoff
			1625 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1626 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1627 SOC Feb 29, 1944
			1628 (SBD-1P) SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1629 w/o 7/18/42 in mid-air with Army P-40, Oahu, HI
			1630 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1631 SOC Jan 29, 1944
1632		Brewster XSB2A-1 Buccaneer
			Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 340
1633/1638	Consolidated PB2Y-2 Coronado
			Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 29
			1633 testbed at Consolidated Dec 31, 1940.  To VP-13 at NAS Norfolk Jun 1941.  Damaged in emergency landing 
				and sank at Pearl Harbor May 6, 1942.  2 killed, remaining survivors sufffered injuries ranging from 
				minor to serious.
			1634 testbed at Consolidated Dec 31, 1940.  To VP-13 and VR-2.  Damaged in takeoff from NAS Alameda Dec 27, 1942.
				Damaged in landing accident at NAS Alameda Nov 26, 1943 during training flight, aircraft sank, and SOC Jan 1, 1944.
			1635 to VP-13 May 1941.  Forced to land Hawaii due to engin failure Jan 14, 1943.
				Transferred to FAW-2.  In takeoff accident Feb 17, 1944 at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.  
				After engine failure, aircraft spun and crashed into barracks.  7 of crew of 12 killed, 2 on ground killed.
			1636 to XPB2Y-4.  Delivered to VP-13 Jun 1941 and VR-2.  Landing accident during flight training Sep 19, 1943 at NAS
				Alameda, South Bay
			1637 to VP-13 Jul 1941 and CFAW-2, VR-2.  In landing accident during flight training
			1638 to XPB2Y-3 and remained at plant until Aug 1942 and later as XPB2Y-4 to NATC Patuxent River, MD.
1639/1670	Grumman J2F-4 Duck
			Model G-15.  Delivered between Sep 1939 and Jun 1940.  Utility version, could be used for target towing and smoke laying.
			1640 to USCG as V1640.  Crashed in Greenland during rescue of crew from downed B-17 Nov 29, 1942
			1641 assigned to CASU04 in Puuoene, Hawaii lost Feb 21, 1945
			1642 lost in SW Pacivic at unknown date
			1644 (VMJ-252) lost at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			1646 assigned to NAB, crashed in Iceland, Jul 31, 1943
			1647 assigned to POOL at Pearl Harbor, SOC Apr 30, 1945.
			1649 (MSN 536) delivered to US Navy Dec 1939.  SOC 1947.  To civil registry as N63850.  Crashed 1955 landing at Lake 
				Killarney, Nassau, Bahamas; sank and abandoned.   Salvaged 1991 and restored at Wichita, KS. First flight May 27, 2005, current
			1650 assigned to NAS Adak, Alaska, SOC Mar 31, 1945
			1651 accepted Dec 22, 1939 at Quantico.  SOC Jul 31, 1946.  Remains for sale in Anchorage, Alaska
			1653 assigned to NAS Dutch Harbor, Alaska, lost Aug 16, 1942
			1655 assigned to NAS Trinidad, lost Oct 24, 1944
			1656 (VMJ-252) lost at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			1658 assigned to POOL, lost at Guadalcanal at unknown date
			1659 (VMSB-343) loat at Midway Nov 2, 1944
			1660 assigned to ACORN-4 POOL, lost Feb 9, 1945
			1666 converted to J2F-5 and to Argentine Navy as 0149/2-O-12
1671/1680	Grumman JRF-1 Goose
			Model G-38 MSN 1066/1075
			1671 (MSN 1066) completed as JRF-1A.  Assigned to VJ-3, WFU Aug 31, 1944
			1672 (MSN 1067) completed as JRF-1A.  Assigned to AA at Espiritu Santo, lost Dec 4, 1944, WFU Dec 31, 1944
			1673 (MSN 1068) completed as JRF-1A.  Assigned to NAS Guantanamo Bay, CubaWFU Aug 31, 1944. Also report
				that plane was attached to MCAS in St Thomas, US Virgin Islands and lost Mar 14, 1942.
			1674 (MSN 1069) WFU Aug 31, 1944
			1675 (MSN 1070) WFU Oct 31, 1944
			1676 (MSN 1071) WFU Oct 31, 1944
			1677 (MSN 1072) w/o Jay 3, 1940 in Colombia
			1678 (MSN 1073) completed as JRF-1A.  WFU Aug 31, 1944
			1679 (MSN 1074) completed as JRF-1A.  w/o Oct 27, 1943 at Terainia, Line Islands
			1680 (MSN 1075) WFU Aug 31, 1944.
1681/1734	Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-1 Kingfisher
			1684 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1692 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1698 assigned to SOSU-1 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, lost May 15, 1944
			1699 assigned to SOSU-1 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, lost Jun 25, 1943
			1703 AWT Action in Kodiak, Alaska Oct 31, 1944
			1708 assigned to SOSU-1 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, lost May 15, 1944
			1717 (BB-41) attached to USS Mississippi, lost off Iceland Dec 8, 1941
			1723 (FAW-4) Attu, Alaska, lost Jun 8, 1945.
			1728 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1731 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1732 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
1735/1755	Douglas SBD-1 Dauntless
			MSN 585/605 (El Segundo MSNs)
			1735 Missing Sep 3, 1941
			1736 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1737 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1738 (VMSB-234) lost near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 20, 1942.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1739 (SBD-1P) SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1740 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1741 (VMSB-232) w/o Apr 27, 1942 in diving bombing training
				accident near Wheeler Field, Hawaii.  Both crewmen
				killed.
			1742 SOC May 13, 1943
			1743 crashed Apr 15, 1941
			1744 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1745 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1746 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1747 SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1748 SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1749 (VMSB-234) lost near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 21, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1750 SOC Nov 8, 1943
			1751 (VMSB-232) attached to USS Enterprise, lost off Hawaii Aug 14, 1942.  SOC Apr 31, 1944
			1752 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1753 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1754 (VMSB-234) w/o 9/15/42 off Oahu, HI in dive-bombing
				training accident.  Crew killed.
			1755 SOC Aug 31, 1944
1756/1757	W. L. Maxson Corp. XNR-1
			Radio-controlled drone
1758		Curtiss XSB2C-1 Helldiver
			Curtiss Model 84, first flight Dec 18, 1940.  Never left manufacturer's trials for US Navy testing.
				Crashed Feb 8, 1941 due to engine failure during approach. Sustained damage to fuselage
				but was repaired.  Destroyed after suffering inflight wing failure Dec 21, 1941.
1759/1808	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			1760 to civil registry as N45009, expired 31Mar11, cancelled 29Nov12. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed
			1762 crashed Aug 1, 1940 2 mi from Corry Field North near NAS Pensacola, Florida.  1 killed.
			1763 to civil registry as N45228, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Reported dismantled at Ukiah, CA [2013].
			1764  Registered as N44701, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 9Jul12. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged after engine failure and the airplane collided with a dirt bank during the 
				forced landing at Yuma, AZ 14Jul68
			1767 to civil registry as N44842, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			1772 to civil registry as N45195, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			1774 registered as N44737, cancelled Dec 7, 1970
			1775 to civil registry as N44738, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
				 Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Coolidge, AZ 5Aug76 after engine failure when the aircraft force landed 
				in a field and collided with a fence. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Derelict fuselage 
				stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			1776 crhed into Long Island Sound off New Rochelle, NY Dec 15, 1940.  Both onboard killed.
			1777 Registered as N44852, revoked 14Jun77, cancelled 9Jul12. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			1778 NAS Glenview, IL. Registered as N45025, current [Mar18]. Flown on July 31, 2013 for the first time 
				since 1946 at Van Nuys Airport, CA
			1779 to civil registry as N45026, expired 31Jan14, cancelled 18Sep17. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			1780	Registered as N45117, sale reported 28Dec84, cancelled 9Nov12. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying alfalfa at Tempe, AZ 19Aug69 when the aircraft collided with a dirt bank. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Phoenix, AZ 4Sep71 when the aircraft collided with wires.
				Registered N45117. Noted stored at Yankee Aircraft Museum, Chino, CA May 1993
			1782 to civil registry as N27344, expired 15Jul09, cancelled 19Jun17
			1785 to civil registry as N45260, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			1787	Registered as N44925, cancelled 10Nov75
			1790 to civil registry as N45024, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Litchfield Park, AZ 25Oct65 when the aircraft collided with a 
				dirt bank. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Derelict fuselage stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			1792 to civil registry as N45167, expired 31Dec13, cancelled 9Oct14. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged in an accident at Immokalee, FL 16May77
			1794 (VN1D8A) spun in near NAS Pensacola Mar 28, 1942, Royal Navy pilot killed.
			1798 to civil registry as N45104, current [Mar 18]
			1801 to civil registry as N45106, current [Mar 18]
			1806 registered N45253, cancelled Jun 4, 1970
			1808 to civil registry as N45298, current [Mar 18]
1809/1843	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Curtiss-Wright Corporation Model 77 
			Some from this batch diverted to France ahead of France's own order for 90 aircraft.  Aircraft were flown to Halifax,
				Nova Scotia and loaded aboard French aircraft carier Bearn.  France fell in Jun 1940 while aircraft carrier was
				in mid-Atlantic and was diverted to Martinique, where the aircraft rotted away in the humid climate and were
				eventually scrapped.
			1809 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1810 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1811 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1812 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Aug 6, 1943
			1813/1815 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1816 SOC Aug 11, 1943.
			1817 crashed at Corpus Christi Mar 2, 1942.  SOC Apr 9, 1942.
			1818 SOC May 31, 1943
			1819 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1820/1822 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1823 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1824 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1943.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			1825/1828 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1829 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago. SOC Oct 25, 1943
			1830 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1831 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Oct 25, 1943
			1832/1841 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1842 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1843 DBR Jun 17, 1942.  SOC Aug 31, 1942.
1844/1896	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			1849, 1852, 1856, 1867, 1870, 1871, 1872,
			1875, 1880, 1894  modified as F4F-3P photo recon version.
			1846 and 1847 converted to XF4F-5
			1844 crashed Mar 5, 1941, Norbeck, Maryland
			1845 assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA Nov 8, 1940 to Mar 17, 1941.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC 
				VMF-123 lost at Efate in south Pacific Jul 29, 1943.
			1848 crashed and burned when landing on Hornet Mar 23, 1942.
			1849 (VMF-112) modified to F4F-3P. Lost in south Pacific Jan 27, 1943
			1850 (VMO-251) crashed at sea Nov 17, 1942
			1851 missing Apr 1943 NAS Jacksonville.  Also listed as being lost with VMF-111 in Samoa Jul 21, 1942
			1852 (VMO-251) modified to F4F-3P, lost at sea Jan 15, 1943
			1853 (VF-41) attached to USS Ranger, lost at sea off Bermuda Dec 24, 1941
			1858 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942.
			1859 (VMF-111) lost at sea in south Pacific Jun 9, 1942
			1860 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at sea off Hawaii Jan 14, 1942
			1862 w/o May 28, 1941
			1863 (VMF-111) lost at sea at Samoa Aug 3, 1942
			1864 (VMF-215) lost at sea Feb 8, 1943
			1865 (VF-2) on USS Lexington (CV-2)
			1866 (VMF-111) lost at Samoa Jan 23, 1943
			1867 modificed to F4F-3P
			1869 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 21, 1942 (probably in very poor
				condition as caught fire after wheels-up landing at Norfolk
				Aug 16, 1942) 
			1870 (VMO-155) modified to F4F-3P, crashed May 1943
			1871 modified to F4F-3P
			1872 (MAG-11) modified to F4F-3P.  Lost at Espiritu Santo Jul 15, 1943.
			1873 (VMO-251) lost at sea Sep 1942
			1875 (VMF-111) modified to F4F-3P, crashed at sea Aug 25, 1942
			1877 (VF-8) lost at sea Mar 1942.  Also listed as being with VF-42 and attached to USS Yorktown, lost of Hawaii Apr 28, 1942.
			1880 to VF-72 modified to F4F-3P
			1881 (VMF-111) lost at sea in south Pacific Oct 5, 1942
			1883 (VF-42) lost May 8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			1884 (VMF-111) lost at Samoa Aug 3, 1942
			1886 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at sea off Hawaii Jan 12, 1942
			1889 (MAG-13) lost at Tutuila in south Pacific Oct 8, 1942
			1890 (VMO-251) lost in south Pacific Jul 26, 1942
			1891 (VMF-111) crashed Samoa Aug 3, 1942
			1892 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 26, 1942
			1893 (VMF-111) crashed at sea in South Pacific Oct 5, 1942
			1895 modified to F4F-3P
			1895 (VMF-111) crashed Jan 1943.
			1896 (VMF-111) lost in south Pacific Apr 27, 1942
1897		Grumman XF4F-4 Wildcat
			Model G-36.  Had hydraulically-operated folding wings.  First flight Apr 15, 1941.  Delivered to 
				US Navy May 14, 1941.  Crashed NAS Jacksonville, FL Jan 1943
1898/1900	Beech GB-1 Traveller
			MSN 385/387.  Civil Beech D-17S purchased by US Navy
1901/1903	Douglas R3D-1 
			DC-5 operated by US Navy as staff transports
			1901 (MSN 606) crashed at Mines Field, CA Jun 1, 1940 prior to delivery. 
			1902 (MSN 607) sticken fron inventory Jan 31, 1946
			1903 (MSN 608) transferred to Pacific May 1943 and believed to have been used
				briefly by General MacArthur.  Stricken from inventory Jan 31, 1945
1904/1907	Douglas R3D-2
			MSN 609/612.  DC-5 operated by US Marine Corps as cargo/paratrooper transports.
			1904 (MSN 609) transferred to Pacific shortly after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
				and crashed on an island off Australian coast after being hit by Japanese submarine
				Jan 31, 1942.  Some sources list this plane as being destroyed during Pearl Harbor
				attack Dec 7, 1941
			1905 (MSN 610) struck from inventory Oct 31, 1946
			1906 (MSN 611) struck from inventory Oct 31, 1946
			1907 ( cn 612) struck from inventory Oct 31, 1946
1908/2007	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			1910 to civil registry as N45005, current [Mar 18]
			1911 to civil registry as N44922, expired 31May15. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the aircraft collided with the loader flagman and 
				swerved into a ditch at Calipatria, CA 14Aug68. Registered N1940N, current [Mar18]. 
				Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed.
			1912 Registered as N45111, sale reported 24Feb93, cancelled 9Nov12
			1916  Registered as N45231, cancelled 5Jan59
			1918 to civil registry as N45305, current [Mar18]. Registered 26Jan12 to Warhawk Air Museum, 
				Nampa, ID. Preserved and on display at the Warhawk Air Museum. Airworthy
			1920 to civil registry as N3NY, current [Mar 18]
			1923 Registered as N45054. Registered 24Mar66 to Low Level Dusting Co, Inc, cancelled 7Jul77. 
				Substantially damaged during takeoff at La Salle, CO 31Jul74 when the aircraft collided with 
				another aircraft landing in the opposite direction at an uncontrolled airfield
			1926 to civil registry as N44963, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed
			1927	Registered as N45202. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered 7Jul60 to Greeley 
				Aerial Crop Dusters Inc. Destroyed during crop spraying Parathion over sugar beet when the aircraft 
				stalled and crashed at Greeley, CO 7Jun71. Registration cancelled 9Jun72.
			1928	Registered as N45065. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Substantially damaged during 
				crop spraying when the engine failed and the aircraft force landed in a tall cotton field at 
				Gadsden, AZ 14Sep71 and nosed over. Registered 19Jul72 to Marsh Aviation, Yuma, AZ; revoked 23Apr77, 
				cancelled 19Jul12.
			1929	Registered as N44764, cancelled 7Oct65.
			1930	Registered as N45190. Registered 14Jun57 to Westaire Service, Rio Vista, CA; cancelled 5Jun65.
			1932 to civil registry as N45268, expired 30Jun13, cancelled 24Jan18. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			1933	Registered as N45032, cancelled 25Mar74. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Converted for 
				fire fighting as tanker #E6.
			1938 to civil registry as N45221, revoked Jan 14, 1977
			1940 to civil registry as N45068, expired 31Jul16, cancelled 28Feb18. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Reported dismantled [2013].
			1942 to civil registry as N45213, expired 30Jun13, cancelled 9Oct14. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the aircraft collided with the loader flagman at Dixon, CA 
				13Jun64.
			1943 to civil registry as N44986, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the aircraft collided with the ground at Brawley, CA 3Aug65. 
				Substantially damaged 17Feb76.
			1946	Registered 30Nov44 as N44765, cancelled 7Dec70. Data plate reported extant at Lincoln, CA [2013
			1947 to civil registry as N45097, revoked 19Nov77. Restored 15Nov07, current [Mar18
			1953 to civil registry as N45136, current [Mar 18]
			1954 to civil registry as N44766, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			1956 to civil registry as N44970, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Agricultural 
				spray equipment removed and reinstallation of a front seat with seat belt and instruments carried out 
				10Jan68. The pilot and his brother were ferrying the newly restored airplane from California to 
				Georgia after purchase 14Jun91. They departed Tucson, AZ, and were landing at Deming, NM, for fuel. 
				The tetrahedron was pointing to the north and the pilot observed traffic landing on runway 4. 
				The pilot said after touching down, the airplane swerved to the right and the tail started to 
				come up 'as if a sudden gust of wind had picked it up and pushed it in that direction’. 
				The pilot attempted to correct with opposite rudder but to no avail. The airplane departed 
				the side of the runway into soft dirt and overturned. On August 10, 1994, the airplane 
				collided with trees following a loss of control during landing at the Laurel Hill Plantation Airstrip, 
				near Beaufort, South Carolina. The airplane was substantially damaged. Origination of the flight 
				was a local, private strip about 15 minutes prior to the accident. The pilot reported that after 
				landing, the tail wheel was lowered to the short-grass runway, about half way down its 2,000 
				foot length. He applied light braking, and the airplane veered to the right. According to the 
				pilot, the right brake locked and control could not be regained with opposite control input. 
				The airplane departed the right side of runway 21 and collided with trees that bounded the 
				runway's western edge. The pilot stated that the passenger did not interfere with the flight 
				controls and that the wind was calm. 
			1957 Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered as N30KB, cancelled. Substantially damaged 
				when the airplane took off behind a departing aircraft at Madera, CA 8Aug79; the pilot lost 
				directional control, the airplane ran off the runway and hit concrete curbing. Registered 
				21Jan82 as N45064, expired 31Jul16, cancelled 28Feb18. Reported dismantled [2013].
			1962 Registered as N45129. On display with the Commemorative Air Force, Mesa, AZ. Registered 1Oct04 to 
				Richard Ries, Fort Worth, TX; reregistered 18Oct05 to Richard Ries c/o American Embassy, Singapore; 
				reregistered 19Nov10 to Richard Ries, Euless, TX; reregistered 25Feb11 to Richard Ries, Jomthien, 
				Sattahip Chonburi, Thailand; cancelled 1Feb12 on export to Brazil. Registered PR-ZPP. Based Sao Paulo.
			1967	Registered as N44861, cancelled 14Jun68. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Destroyed 
				during crop spraying of sugar beet when the right lower wing struck a hay loading boom and crashed 
				at Brawley, CA 26Apr68.
			1969 on civil registry as N44833, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			1970 to civil registry as N4742C, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged 20May89. The airplane lost power 
				after takeoff and the pilot attempted to return to the departure airport. There was insufficient 
				altitude to complete the turn and the airplane contacted the ground short of a hill on the left 
				wing spinning the airplane and collapsing the gear. Post crash examination revealed fuel in the 
				tanks and sumps. However, when the strainer was drained, the fuel contained a lot of contaminants
			1971 to civil registry as N8528Z, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			1974 Registered as N3NZ. Registered 28Jun91 to Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, TX. Registration 
				expired 15Sep09, cancelled 29Nov12. Preserved and on display at the Lone Star Flight Museum, 
				Galveston, TX. Since reported as stored.
			1975 Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered 15Nov07 as N30KB, reregistered. 
				Registered 28Apr08 as N44720, current [Mar18]. 
			1977 Registered as N45234, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Damaged 
				taking off when the aircraft collided with an automobile at Imperial County, CA 5Nov64. 
				Destroyed during crop spraying when the aircraft collided with wires at Brawley, CA 29Jun78
			1978	This aircraft appeared in the film "Dive Bomber" [1941].
				Registered as N45099, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jul12. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			1979 to civil registry as N45145, expired 30Jun11, cancelled 16Sep13. Converted for agriculture and pest 
				control. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			1980 to civil registry as N44926, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when force landed with fuel exhaustion on soft ground 
				and nosed over at Davis, CA 3Feb78. Reported dismantled at Missouri [2013].
			1982 Registered as N5820J, current [Mar18].
			1983 to civil registry as N45053, current [Mar18]. On June 20, 1998 the airplane was destroyed while 
				maneuvering near Skull Valley, Arizona. The flight originated at Prescott, Arizona and had recently 
				returned to service after a complete restoration. The pilot stated that the aircraft had accumulated 
				19 flight hours since the restoration. He further stated that the aircraft and engine were operating 
				normally and were not the cause of the accident. 
			1984 to civil registry as N45229, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the aircraft collided with the ground at Eaton, CO 21Jul66
			1987 assigned to NAF Dunkenswell, UK, lost May 26, 1945.
			1991 on civil registry as N44907, current [Mar 18]
			1994 to civil registry as N9316Z, current [Mar 18]
			1996 NAS Glenview, IL. Overhauled at NAS Glenview, IL 1943. Registered as N45212, cancelled. Rebuilt. 
				Registered 1981 as N2219, reregistered 25Aug17. Damaged when the right brake jammed on 
				landing 9Apr94. Reregistered 25Aug17 as N45212, current [Mar 2018].
			1998 to civil registry as N45306, sale reported 29Jan99, cancelled 22Aug13. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
				Noted stored at Yankee Aircraft Museum, Chino, CA  May 1993
			2003 Registered 8Mar01 as N582WH, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged when force landed due to a 
				fluctuating oil pressure gauge on a cross country flight at Luckey, OH 7Jun08. The wing tip hit the 
				wheat in a plowed field which rotated the aircraft as the landing gear touched the ground. Airworthy
			2005 Registered as N44768, cancelled 28Aug12. Converted for agriculture and pest control
2008/2043	North American SNJ-2 Texan
			MSN 65-1997/2032.  Allocated to US Naval Reserve Aviation Bases
			2008 (MSN 65-1997) 
			2009 (MSN 65-1998) Accepted by US Navy 22Apr40. Naval Reserve Air Base New York. SOC 30Apr46
			2010 (MSN 65-1999) Registered 1946 as NC52900 to Southern Airways Co., AL. Flown Key West to 
				Cuba 6Dec48, returned to USA by 1963. Registered 1963 as N52900. Damaged when the landing gear 
				collapsed upon touching down at Montreal-Dorval Airport, Quebec 31Aug53.  Registered 1963 to 
				Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. Renamed SNJ-2 Corporation. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #3; 
				also reported as #5 [Aug76]. Operates as GEICO #3. Registration current [Jun20
			2011 (MSN 65-2000) Registered 1946 as NC55729; N55729. Registered 1963 to 
				Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. Used by Skytypers for skywriting. Registered 28Jan98 
				to Training Services Inc/Fighter Factory; current [Jun20]. Exhibited at Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA. 
			2012 (MSN 65-2001) Registered 1946 as NC58229; N58229. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; 
				refurbished for delivery to Peru. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Jun54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú 29Jul54 as 570
			2013 (MSN 65-2002) 
			2014 (MSN 65-2003) Registered 1946 as NC69950; cancelled
			2015 (MSN 65-2004) Anacostia NAS, Washington, DC. Registered 1946 as NC60950; cancelled. 
			2016 (MSN 65-2005) Commander, Aircraft Scouting Force. Corpus Christi NAS, TX. SOC 8Aug46. 
				Registered 5Jun46 as NC55771; cancelled 3Mar49
			2017 (MSN 65-2006) Registered 1946 as NC69310; cancelled
			2018 (MSN 65-2007) US Mission, Venezuela. Arrived Uruguay 7Apr46 on the ship ‘SS Elko Victory’. 
				To Uruguay Air Force/Aeronáutica Militar Uruguaya 8Oct46 as 343. Dirección General de 
				Armamento y Material (DGAM) within the DGTAGyS [Apr48]. Reserialled as C-343 [the only aircraft 
				that used the prefix C]. Later reserialled as S-343. Renamed Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 4Dec53. 
				Damaged when ground looped and right landing gear collapsed, damaging the right wing
			2019 (MSN 65-2008) Registered 1946 as NC63760; NX63760. Raced by Bella Heineman at 
				Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #36. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; refurbished for delivery to Peru. 
				Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Jun54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú Jun54 as 567
			2020 (MSN 65-2009) Registered 1946 as NC87613; N87613. Registered 1963 to Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. 
				Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #5. To private owner 1991; 10-year restoration. 
				Registration current [Jun20].
			2021 (MSN 65-2010) 
			2022 (MSN 65-2011) Registered 1946 as NC69107; N69107; cancelled 13Oct55. 
				Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
				To Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
				To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16C, serial 16273. 
				F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 15May53. SOC 12Dec57 due to high overhaul costs and spare 
				parts shortage.	
			2023 (MSN 65-2012) Accident Kansas 9Jun40  		
			2024 (MSN 65-2013) Registered 1946 as NC66755. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; refurbished for
				 delivery to Peru. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Jul54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú Jul54 as 568
			2025 (MSN 65-2014) Accepted by US Navy 5Jun40. Naval Reserve Air Base Oakland, CA. 
				VT-3, San Diego NAS, CA [Aug41]. VF-6 OTU. SOC 31Mar46. Registered 1946 as NC61563 to 
				Dayton Aero Discount Inc, Dayton OH. Registered 1963 as N61563 to Stinis Air Service/ Skytypers Inc. 
				Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #1. Appeared in the TV movie “Captain America” [1979]. 
				Substantially damaged at Fresno, CA 8Oct83. A flight of five North American SNJ-2 aircraft 
				were on a flight from Long Beach to Fresno. By prior arrangement, the lead pilot in N61563 
				was to handle the radio communication with ATC facilities. During arrival at Fresno, the local 
				controller enquired whether the group desired to be handled as a flight. The leader responded 
				that the aircraft 'will land individually. During the landing, the #1 pilot turned off on hi-speed 
				taxiway 'M', but was instructed to hold short of runway 29L. He acknowledged and complied 
				with the instruction. The #2 pilot in N60645 also landed on the runway, about 2000 to 3000 ft behind #1. 
				He too turned off on hi-speed taxiway 'M', but did not hear the holding instruction that was 
				issued to N61563. Since the pilot (#2) of the tail wheel equipped aircraft had a blind area over 
				his nose, he did not realize he was converging on #1. Subsequently, #2 (N60645) collided with #1 (N61563) 
				from the rear. The local controller did not inform the pilot of N60645 that he was converging on N61563.
				Company renamed SNJ-2 Corporation. Registered 28Jan98 to Training Services Inc/Fighter Factory. 
				Substantially damaged during a forced landing, seven miles southwest of the Skaneateles Airport, 
				Skaneateles, New York 15Oct93. The pilot was fatally injured. The pilot departed the Skaneateles 
				Airport on a ferry flight to Charlotte, North Carolina. The airplane was topped off with fuel 
				prior to take-off. A witness stated ".. the airplane was on final to the corn field, the pilot tried a 
				hard turn to make a grass field. The airplane nosed over and impacted in the corn field”. 
				Examination of the wreckage revealed fuel in the carburettor, and one propeller blade was 
				bent toward the fuselage while the other blade was undamaged. Five tractor batteries, 
				weighing about 50 pounds each, and two brief cases were found unsecured in the airplane. 
				Registration current [Jun20]. Exhibited at Military Aviation Museum & Fighter Factory, 
				Virginia Beach Airport, Virginia Beach, Virginia. To MDM Aviation, Freiburg-im-Breisgau, 
				Germany Oct01 for restoration.
			2026 (MSN 65-2015) 
			2027 (MSN 65-2016)  Registered 1946 as NC63641. Registered 1963 as N63641 to Aero Enterprises, 
				Elkhart, IN. Registered 1966 as N2137E. Open storage derelict at Huntsville, AL 1972/82; cancelled. 
				Registered Aug90 as N2137E. Reregistered Jul91 as N40HS; current [Jun20]. Restoration project; first flight 1993
			2028 (MSN 65-2017) Registered 1946 as NC65639. Flown by a Canadian citizen, 
				resident in USA, to South America late 1947. 
				Sold to Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile 30Dec47 as 200. Modified to T-6D standard. 
				Reserialled 22Mar57 as 270. WFU 1Jul68.
			2029 (MSN 65-2018) Registered 17Apr46 as NC60834; N60834; cancelled 15Feb56
			2030 (MSN 65-2019) Registered 1946 as NC65757 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. 
				To French Navy/Aéronavale as 65757. Ground instructional airframe at Base Aéronavale Hyères, France. 
				Condemned 7Apr48 at Hyères
			2031 (MSN 65-2020) NAF Philadelphia, PA. 
			2032 (MSN 65-2021) Registered 1946 as NC60734; N60734. Registered 1963 to Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. 
				Renamed SNJ-2 Corporation. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #2; also reported as #3 [Aug76]. 
				Damaged 20Oct90 when right landing gear collapsed on landing and veered off runway. Current [Jun20]. Operates as GEICO #2
			2033 (MSN 65-2022) Registered 1946 as NC60793; N60793. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; 
				refurbished for delivery to Peru. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Jul54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú Jul54 as 569.
			2034 (MSN 65-2023) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
				Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973. 
			2035 (MSN 65-2024) Registered 1946 as NC66755. Archie Baldocchi, El Salvador c.1948. 
				To Salvadoran Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña Jul49 as 56
			2036 (MSN 65-2025) 
			2037 (MSN 65-2026) Registered 1946 as NC66082; N66082. Registered 1963 to Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. 
				Renamed SNJ-2 Corporation. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #6. Reregistered 20Aug07 as N415NJ; current [Jun20]. 
			2038 (MSN 65-2027) 
			2039 (MSN 65-2028) Registered 1947 as NX62382. Raced by Edna Gardner Whyte at
				Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #42. Registered as N62382. El Salvador 1951. Registered 1963 as N62382 
				to Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. Renamed SNJ-2 Corporation. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #6. 
				Substantially damaged when the aircraft ditched with fuel starvation into Flushing Bay, NY 5Apr64. 
				Damaged when the aircraft struck a sign post during a crosswind landing at Flushing (FLU), NY 10May80. 
				Substantially damaged when the aircraft drifted off the runway during the landing roll and struck a parked 
				Piper Cherokee at Flushing (FLU), NY an a flight from Lakewood (N12), NJ to Danbury, CT 23Apr82. 
				Paint stripper residue prevented release of the brake. Damaged when the pilot lost control on the 
				landing rollout and struck a parked aircraft at Portsmouth, VA 1Jul93. Substantially damaged when it 
				was struck by another North American SNJ-2, N52033 [BuAer 2040], when taxying at Republic Airport (FRG), 
				Farmingdale, Long Island, NY 2Sep07. The accident airplanes were operating as part of a five airplane, 
				aerial advertising formation flight. After performing the pre-taxy checks, the airplanes in the formation 
				began to taxy. While still in the parking spot, the pilot of airplane 5 realized that he had forgot to put 
				in his earplugs, so he removed his helmet to put them in. After replacing his helmet, he looked up and 
				saw what he thought was airplane 4, whom he was to follow, was no longer in its parking spot, and that 
				the other airplanes had taxied relatively far down the taxiway. The pilot of airplane 5 then taxied 
				out of the parking spot to join the formation and struck the left wing of the number 4 airplane. 
				The pilot stated that during the brief time that he was putting in his ear plugs, he "lost situational awareness”. 
				Used by Skytypers for skywriting; operated as #4, later as GEICO #6. The aircraft impacted terrain following 
				a loss of control shortly after take-off from Republic Airport (FRG), Farmingdale, Long Island, NY 30May18. 
				The pilot was fatally injured, and the airplane was destroyed. The airplane was registered to SNJ-2 Corp., 
				and operated by Skytypers. The airplane was one of six airplanes intended to fly in formation and destined 
				for Patuxent River Naval Air Station (NHK), Patuxent River, Maryland. A flight instructor reported that he 
				observed the number 5 airplane and number 6 (accident airplane) depart in formation to the northeast 
				without incident. The instructor stated that he saw the number 5 airplane initiate a climbing right 180° turn, 
				similar to a chandelle maneuver, from an altitude of about 800 feet above ground level (agl). He estimated that 
				throughout the turn, the bank angle of the airplane was about 70° to 80°, until it reached an altitude of about 
				1,200 feet agl. The instructor further reported that he observed the number 6 airplane conduct the same 
				maneuver, however, at the top of the turn, the airplane entered a spin, and remained in a constant rate spin, 
				until it descended into the ground. The instructor added that it appeared that no attempt to recover had been 
				initiated. The pilot of the lead airplane (number 1) who was holding northeast of the airport, stated that his 
				rear seated passenger observed the accident airplane pass underneath their holding area and make a 
				climbing "high-G" turn to the left. The airplane subsequently entered a spin and spiraled to the ground. 
				Examination of the accident site revealed that the airplane impacted trees and terrain in a vertical, 
				nose-down attitude. Wreckage debris field was contained to within 50ft of the main wreckage. A post-impact 
				fire consumed most of the left wing, cabin and aft fuselage. Registration cancelled 17Jan19. 
			2040 (MSN 65-2029) Registered 1946 as NC52033. Registered 1963 as N52033 to Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. 
				Modified as a single-seater. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #4, later as #0 and #6. Substantially damaged 
				when a wing contacted the runway during an aborted take-off from Flushing, NY 11Aug74 caused by the propeller 
				control friction lock backing off. Damaged when it collided with a Piper PA-23 Apache when taxying to park after 
				landing at Flushing, NY 8Jul79. Renamed SNJ-2 Corporation. Substantially damaged when it collided with another 
				North American SNJ-2, N62382 [BuAer 2039], when taxying at Republic Airport (FRG), Farmingdale, 
				Long Island, NY 2Sep07. The aircraft was destroyed when it impacted terrain at Oceana Naval Air Station (NTU), 
				Virginia Beach, Virginia 7Sep07. The accident airplane was one of five airplanes practicing for a formation 
				aerial demonstration. For the final maneuver of the demonstration, each of the first four airplanes performed 
				a ‘pop up break’, in order to return for landing. The fifth airplane, however, continued straight ahead in a 
				slight descent, and did not pull up or ‘break’. The airplane continued in a constant descent, with the wings 
				level and in a slight nose down attitude. The airplane impacted the ground and erupted in flames. 
				Examination of the wreckage did not reveal evidence of any pre-impact mechanical malfunctions or failures. 
				A Review of the pilot's personal and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) medical documents revealed that 
				the pilot had falsified information on at least three applications for medical certification regarding his 
				evaluation and treatment for cardiac conditions. At the time of the accident, the pilot had completed 
				over 15 minutes of high performance flight, including nearly two minutes of increased G-loading (up to 2.9G), 
				and had just completed the longest sustained-G maneuver of the show (30 seconds of 2G loading). 
				Registration cancelled 18Feb09.
			2041 (MSN 65-2030) 
			2042 (MSN 65-2031) Registered as N5600V; cancelled 17Feb54
			2043 (MSN 65-2032) Registered 1946 as NC58230; cancelled.
2044/2100	Vought-Sikorsky SB2U-3 Vindicator
			2044 modified with floats and tested by US Marine Corps.
			2045 (VMSB-241) shot down by Japanese A6M2 Zeke off Midway Island Jun 4, 1942.  Crew of two survived and were rescued.
			2047 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa, Oahu during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941
			2048 (VMSB-241) damaged by gunfire from A6M2 Zeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Able to land back at Midway.  Crew survived but aircraft DBR.
			2050 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941
			2051 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941.
			2053 (VMSB-241) shot down by AAA from Japanese cruiser Mikuma during Battle of Midway Jun 5, 1942.  Both crew KIA.
				Pilot Richard E. Fleming received Medal of Honor for this action.
			2055 (VMSB-241) crashed in Hawaii Apr 27, 1942.
			2057 (VMSB-241) damaged by gunfire from A6M2 Zeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Plane made it back to Midway.  Crew of 2 survived, but aircraft DBR.
			2058 (VMSB-241) damaged by gunfire from A6M2 Zeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Plane made it back to Midway.  Crew of 2 survived, but aircraft DBR.
			2059 ditched off Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2060 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor raid Dec 7, 1941
			2063 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor raid Dec 7, 1941
			2066 (VMSB-241) ditched 5 mi W of Sand Island due to battle damage during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot survived
				and was rescued but gunner was killed.
			2067 (VMSB-241) lost off Midway Island Jun 4, 1942.   Both crew killed. 
			2068 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941.
			2069 crashed and burned out Midway Dec 18, 1941
			2070 (VMJ-252) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941.
			2071 (VMSB-241) lost during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			2072 (VMSB-241) ditched 240 mi NW of Midway Island Jun 4, 1942 when ran out of fuel Crew rescued by Navy PT boat.
			2083 (VMSB-241) shot down by Japanese A6M2 Zeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Both crew KIA.
2101		Lockheed XR50-1
			MSN 18-2008.  Naval version of Model 18 Lodestar.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as V188.
2102/2188	Douglas SBD-2 Dauntless
			MSN 628/714 (El Segundo MSNs)
			2103 (VMSB-241) lost at Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			2104 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington.  Lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			2105 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2106 survived Pearl Harbor.  Sank a Japanese warship Mar 10, 1942.  Participated in
				Battle of Midway.  Transferred to training duties at NAS Glenview, IL.
				Crashed into Lake Michigan Jun 11, 1943 while attempting to land
				aboard USS Sable.  Raised Jan 12, 1994 and is
				now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
			2109 (MSN 635) crashed during acceptance trials, and rebuilt as SBD-3 MSN 1003.  Then used by VS-5 on USS Yorktown from July
				1941 onwards.
			2110 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			2111 was flown at Midway by Richard Fleming and Eugene Card, it was put OOC, which forced Fleming 
				to fly a SB2U with George Toms, where they were shot down (Fleming received the CMOH and Toms the DFC). 
				2111 was lost over Lake Michigan on April 13 1943 when it disappeared in a snowstorm, nothing has been seen since. 
			2112 (VB-2) w/o 12/23/41 in training accident when flew
				into water during low altitude turn.  Both crewmen
				killed.  another report says that this plane was lost at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2113 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			2114 (VB-6) w/o 2/1/42 when hit by AAA over Roi Island,
				Kwajelein Atoll.
			2115 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			2116 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			2117 (VB-2) based on USS Lexington scored first hit on Shoho in Battle of Coral Sea.
			2119 (VMSB-241) lost at Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2120 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Roi in west central Pacific Feb 1, 1942
			2121 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			2122 (VMSB-241) lost at Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2123 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2125 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2126 with VB-2 on USS Lexington embarked Apr 27, 1942.  (VMSB-234) lost at Pearl Harbor Jul 25, 1942.
			2127 (VB-6) shot down 2/1/43 by enemy fighter over Roi Island.  Another report has this plane as being with VB-2
				and being attached to USS Lexington and lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			2129 (VMSB-241) lost at Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			2130 attached to USS Lexington lost at Salamaua in southwest Pacific Mar 10, 1942
			2132 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown shot down in action over Misima in south Pacific 5/8/42.  Both crewmen killed.
			2136 (VS-6) in midair collision with 2165 during patrol off Hawaii
				off USS Enterprise 4/2/1942.  3 killed
			2139 (VMSB-241) lost over Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2140 (VS-6) spun in on takeoff from USS Enterprise off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 2/26/1942
			2141 (VMSB-233) ditched 10/12/42 off Molokai, HI.
			2143 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			2145 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2146 (VS-2) destroyed on ground at Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941.
			2147 w/o 8/25/42 off San Diego in collision with SBD-3 
				BuNo 03358.
			2148 (VB-2) w/o 10/10/41 in ferrying accident near
				Randolph Field, TX.  Also listed as being with VMSB-241 and lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2149 (VB-6) overside landing on Enterprise during night carrier
				landing 10/21/1941.  Pilot killed.
			2151 (VS-2) crashed May 5, 1941 2 mi N of Barber's Point, Ohau, Hawaii.  2 killed.
			2153 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2154 with VB-2 on USS Lexingto emharked Apr 27, 1942
			2155 (VB-6) attached to USS Enetrprise, shot down 2/1/42 by enemy fighter over Roi Island in west central Pacific.
			2156 (VPB-2 OTU#3) suffered engine failure and crashed 5 mi E of Melbourne Beach, FL Nov 11, 1942.  9 killed, 3 survived.
			2157 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			2158 (VS-6) shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack
			2159 (VS-6) shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack
			2160 (VS-6) shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack.
			2163 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			2164 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise w/o Feb 2, 1942 in ditching off Enterprise due to
				fuel exhaustion. Both crewmen lost.
			2165 (VS-6) in midair collision with 2136 during patrol
				off USS Enterprise 4/2/1942.  3 killed
			2166 w/o 11/27/41 in spin-in accident at San Diego.  Both
				crewmen killed.
			2167 (VS-71) lost at San Cristobal in south Pacific Oct 2, 1942
			2169 (VMSB-241) lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2170 (VS-6) ditched off Kaneohe Bay, HI Apr 1, 1942.
			2173 Navy archives have the plane being on USS Enterprise (CV-6)
				until Jun 30, 1941 when the landing gear collapsed.  It was sent San Diego for
				repairs, and returned to Pearl Harbor Jan 30, 1942.  Assigned to USS Yorktown Mar 6, 1942.
				Crashed again Jun 6, 1942 and assigned to MAG 21 and stricken from the rolls
				Jun 30, 1942.  Shows up again Jul 1, 1942 at VMSB 233.  Reinstated Jul 31, 1942 and
				not returned to Pearl Harbor until Nov 14, 1942, where it was assigned to 4th MABDW
				and back to Pearl Harbor Jan 7, 1943, then to San Diego. Ditched in Lake Michigan Feb 18, 1944
				following engine faiure caused by carburetor icing.  Raised from there on Jun 19, 2009.  
				After restoration, was scheduled to go to Pacific Aircraft Museum, Pearl Harbor, HI.
				The National Naval Aviation Museum shipped 2173 to the museum at Kalamazoo in the summer of 2016.  
				The museum there will restore and display the aircraft there, and not in Hawaii
				There may be a mixup between 2173 and 2123.  (VS-8) fuel exhaustion off USS Hornet 4/21/1942 and crashed
				at sea.  Two killed. 
			2174 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise lost at Wake Island Feb 24, 1942
			2175 with VB-2 on USS Lexington embarked Apr 27, 1942
			2176 (VB-2) attached to US Lexington lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			2179 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost at Pearl Harbor Apr 21, 1942 
			2180 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2181 (VB-6) lost at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			2182 (VS-8) stalled in turn while landing at Otay Mesa
				Field, CA 3/28/1942.  One killed.
			2184 (VMSB-241) lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2186 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			2188 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
2189/2288	Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-2 Kingfisher
			2189 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 9, 1942 to 1944.
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
			2191 (VN17DA) w/o in midair collision Oct 20, 1943 with BuNo 5623
				near NAS Corpus Christi, TX.
			2192 (VS-5) lost off Bermuda Jun 1, 1942
			2194 (VS-5) lost off Bermuda Sep 3, 1942
			2199 destroyed aboard USS Curtiss at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			2206 w/o Nov 27, 1941 in exercise off Bermuda
			2207 (VS-5D4) crashed into sea off Pembroke, Bermuda Dec 31, 1941.
			2208 (VS-5D4) capsized Dec 13, 1941 on landing at Grassy Bay, Bermuda.  Salvaged and returned to USA for repair
			2216 lost Dec 31, 1944
			2239 to US Coast Guard as 2239 Feb 1, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Sep 14, 1944.
			2264 (VP-101) rolled over while under tow Perth, Australia May 11, 1942.  Major overhaul required (VPNavy!)
			2267 to US Coast Guard as 2267 Feb 1, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Sep 14, 1944
			2268 to US Coast Guard as 2268 Feb 1, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Sep 10, 1943
			2269 to US Coast Guard as 2269 Feb 1, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Sep 14, 1944
			2270 to US Coast Guard as 2270 Feb 22, 1943, returned to US Navy May 9, 1943.  Crashed at San Gregorio Beach, 
				south of San Francisco, CA May 9, 1943.  Pilot killed, one crewman rescued.
			2281 (VS-61) lost in South Pacific Oct 2, 1943
			2282 (FAW-10) attached to USS Childs, lost at NEI Jan 5, 1942
			2283 (VS-61) lost in Southwest Pacific Sep 12, 1943
			2284 (VP-101) lost in Australia May 11, 1942
			2285 (FAW-10) attached to USS Childs, lost at NEI Jan 5, 1942.
2289/2455	Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
			2289 Seq No a001. Hull #1(VP-14) in rough landing Hilo Bay, Hawaii Aug 20, 1941.
			2290 Seq No a002. Hull #2 to US Coast Guard as V-189.
			2291 Seq No a003. Hull #3 (VP-22) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired. Also listed (PW-10) destroyed by air attack, Halong Seaplane Base/Ambon Bay, Netherlands
				East Indies Jan 25, 1942.  Also listed as crashing Jan 2, 1941 over Wink, TX on ferry flight from San Diego,
				CA to Pensacola, FL due to severe air turbulence in overcast.  Crew of 5 bailed out but one was killed.
			2292 Seq No a004. Hull #4 
			2293 Seq No a005. Hull #5 (VP-22) lost at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1942.  Also listed (VP-101) sunk at buoy by air attack, Halong 
				Seaplane Base /Ambon Bay,  Netherlands East Indies Jan 25, 1942
			2294 Seq no a006, Hull #50.  (VP-71) landed in heavy seas and sank while under tow 5/31/1942, South
				Pacific.  Crew rescued.
			2295 Seq no a007, Hull #51.  (FAW-1) lost in South Pacific Feb 25, 1943.
			2296 Seq no a008, Hull #62
			2297 Seq No a009. Hull #63 (VP-91) shot down by Japanese fighters at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942.  7 crew killed, one survived and was rescued.
			2298 Seq no a010, Hull #64. (VPB) water looped on landing and sank 8/25/1943 Pensacola, FL.  3 killed.
			2299 Seq no a011, Hull #65. (VP-71) damaged when struck barge during taxi at Quonset Point, Rhode Island Nov 7, 1941.
			2300 Seq no a012, Hull #68
			2301 Seq No a013. Hull #17.  (VP-22) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired. Also listed (PW-10) sunk at buoy by air attack, Halong Seaplane 
				Base /Ambon Bay, Netherlands East Indies Jan 25, 1942
			2302 Seq No a014. Hull #18 (VP-22) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired.  Also listed  (VP-101) damaged on the seaplane ramp by air attack, 
				Halong Seaplane Base/Ambon Bay, Netherlands East Indies Jan 25, 1942
			2303 Seq No a015. Hull #19 (VP-22) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired.  Also listed (PW-10) crippled on the water upon arrival from Darwin 
				by air attack Halong Seaplane Base/Ambon Bay, Netherlands East Indies, grounded on a mud bank, abandoned Jan 15, 1942.
			2304 Seq No a016. Hull #20 (VP-22) force landed and ran aground on coral 2/14/1942, Netherlands East Indies.  Also listed as
				being shot down with VP-22 Feb 4, 1942 Nabon Bay, Netherlands East Indies.  All crew killed.(VPNavy!)
			2305 Seq No a017. Hull #22.  NEIAF Y-72 was repaired using wings from 2305.  Flown to Australia and handed over to RAAF as A24-30.  
				Sold to Kingsford-Smith in 1946.  In park at Lake Boga, Victoria
			2306 (VP-22) attacked by enemy fighters 2/19/1942 near
				Melville Island. Made crash landing and sank. Crew rescued by tramp steamer SS Florence D.
				Also reported as missing with VP-43 out of NAS North Island, CA Apr 8, 1942.  Crew of 7 MIA
			2307 Seq no a19. Hull #24
			2308 Seq no a20. Hull #25 (VP-22) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			2309 Seq No a021. Hull #21 (VP-22) shot down by Japanese fighters over Ambon Island 2/14/1942
			2310 Seq no a022. Hull #28 (VPB-2 OTU#1) missing off Brunswick, GA 1/16/1943.  5 MIA
			2311 Seq no a023. Hull #29
			2312 Seq no a024. Hull #30. (VP-44) damaged when forced to land due to engine failure on takeoff at NAS Alameda, CA Mar 20, 1942.  Crew unhurt
			2313 Seq no a025. Hull #31. (VP-43) damaged and sank after landing in Salton Sea, CA Feb 28, 1942.  Crew was uninjured.
			2314 Seq no a026. Hull #33. (VP-44) water-looped on landing NAS Alameda, CA 1/30/1942.  SOC.
			2315 Seq no a027. Hull #34
			2316 Seq no a028. Hull #35
			2317 Seq no a029. Hull #36
			2318 Seq no a030. Hull #37. (VP-14) damaged in air at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  With VP-43 damaged in takeoff at NAS North Island, San Diego,
				CA Jan 10, 1942
			2319 Seq no a031. Hull #41
			2320 Seq no a032. Hull #42
			2321 Seq no a033, Hull #43.  (VP-22) lost in action off Netherlands East Indies 2/14/1942.
			2322 Seq no a034, Hull #44. (VP-43) lost off Mexico May 16, 1942
			2323 Seq no a035, Hull #45.  (VP-42) damaged in water landing Aug 28, 1941 at Woman's Bay, Kodiak, Alaska.  
				(BPB-2) crashed landing in St. Johns River 5/8/1943.  SOC
			2324 Seq no a036, Hull #46.
			2325 Seq no a038, Hull #49. (VP-71) hit swell during emergency landing Dec 8, 1941 Halifax harbor, Nova Scotia, flipped over and sank.
				8 killed.
			2326 Seq no a039, Hull #69.  (VP-73) attached to USS Albemarle sank in storm, Iceland, Jan 15, 1942.
			2327 Seq no a040, Hull #70.  Ran out of fuel 5/16/1942, Tamalkipas, Mexico, crew
				bailed out.
			2328 Seq no a042, Hull #72
			2329 Seq no a043, Hull #73.  (VP-81) in landing accident to rescue survivors of sunken
				ship 6/8/1942.  Sank, crew rescued, plane sunk by
				gunfire.
			2330 Seq No a043, Hull #74(VPB-2 OTU#1) crashed during training 12/19/1943 Jacksonville,
				FL 12/18/1943.  6 killed, 6 injured.
			2331 Seq no a044, Hull #75.  (VP-73) attached to USS Albemarle sank in storm, Iceland, Jan 15, 1942.
			2332 Seq no a045, Hull #90
			2333 Seq no a046, Hull #91
			2334 Seq no a047, Hull #95.  (VP-91/FAW-2) lost enroute to San Diego from Oahu, HI 3/5/1943.
				8 MIA
			2335 Seq no a048, Hull #96
			2336 (Seq no a049, Hull #98)
			2337 Seq no a050, Hull #102.  (VP-73) sank in storm, Iceland, Dec 9, 1941.
			2338 Seq no a051, Hull #104.  (VP-73) twisted hull during hard landing Aug 28, 1941,
				Iceland. SOC.
			2339 Seq no a052, Hull #108.  (Patrol Wing 2) lost of Kanoehe, Hawaii Dec 27, 1941
			2340 Seq no a053, Hull #110.  (VP-72) damaged by submerged rock during takeoff at Argentia, Newfoundland Sep 2, 1941.
			2341 Seq no a054, Hull #111.  (FAW-1) lost in south Pacific Oct 15, 1942
			2342 Seq no a055, Hull #116. (FAW-1) lost in south Pacific Nov 11, 1942
			2343 Seq no a056, Hull #120.  (VP-91) lost in south Pacific Dec 28, 1942
			2344 Seq no a057, Hull #121.  (FAW-1) lost in south Pacific Oct 15, 1942
			2345 Seq no a058, Hull #123.  (VP-72) hit trees doing takeoff during storm at Kaneohe
				Bay, HI 2/17/1942.  7 killed, one survived.
			2346 Seq no a059, Hull #125.  (VP-71) while moored at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland depth
				charge accidentally dropped from wing Oct 23, 1941, sank and 
				exploded.  Aircraft sank and recovered 12 hours later.
			2347 Seq no a060, Hull #128.  (VP-72) lost during ferrying Jul 3, 1941, North Atlantic
			2348 Seq no a061, Hull #130.
			2349 Seq no a062, Hull #131.  (VP-81) water-looped on landing at San Juan, Puerto Rico Nov 1, 1942.  Crew was uninjured.
			2350 Seq No a063. Hull #133 (VP-72) made forced landing accident off Santa Cruz 
				Island 8/8/1942.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft sunk by USS McFarland
			2351 Seq no a064, Hull #135
			2352 Seq no a065, Hull #136.  Damaged during hard landing Escambia Bay, FL 10/7/1944.
				SOC.
			2353 Seq no a066, Hull #138
			2354 Seq no a067, Hull #140.  (VP-23) flew into water 2/29/1943 near Johnson
				Island NAS while looking for B-24 wreck.  All onboard killed.
			2355 Seq no a068, Hull #142
			2356 Seq no a069, Hull #144
			2357 Seq no a070, Hull #146.  (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2358 Seq no a071, Hull #149.  (VP-81) hit high wave on takeoff and made full stall
				landing and sank 6/9/1942 NAS Key West, FL.  SOC.  Crew was unhurt.
			2359 seq no a072, hull #151.  (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2360 seq no a073, hull #153.  (VP-14) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. 
				Repaired and returned to service.
			2361 seq no a074, hull #155.  (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2362 seq no a075, hull #157.  (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  I have
				this plane also having been damaged and SOC after
				a hard landing in Escambia Bay 8/17/1944.  Anyone know
				which is correct?
			2363 seq no a076, hull #159.  (VP-14) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. 
				Repaired and returned to service.  Lost or SOC Aug 26, 1942
			2364 seq no a077, hull #161.  (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2365 seq no a078, hull #163.  (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2366 seq no a079, hull #166
			2367 seq no a080, hull #168.  (VP-52) crashed during gunnery practice off Bermuda Jan 10, 1943.  8 killed.
			2368 seq no a081, hull #170. (VP-52) sank Jan 17, 1942 while under tow after hard landing Galopagoas Island, South Pacific 1/9/1942.  
				Crew rescued.
			2369 seq no a082, hull #172. (VP-14) destroyed at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2370 seq no a083, hull #174. 
			2371 seq no a084, hull #176. 
			2372 seq no a085, hull #178. (VN-8) missing over Gulf of Mexico 7/17/1943.  8 MIA.
			2373 seq no a086, hull #180. damaged in landing accident at Pensacola Bay
				8/15/1944. SOC.
			2374 seq no a087, hull #182 
			2375 seq no a088, hull #184. Damaged in water taxying at Norfolk, VA Aug 24, 1941.
			2376 seq no a089, hull #186. (VP-81) stalled on takeoff and crashed NAS Key West,
				FL 9/7/1942.  SOC.  2 crew killed, 8 survived.
			2377 seq no a090, hull #188. 
			2378 seq no a091, hull #191. Crashed during hard landing Escambia Bay, FL 1/28/1945.
				3 killed, 2 injured.
			2379 seq no a092, hull #193. (VP-52) DBR while taxying at Casco Bay, Maine Dec 14, 1942.  Crew was unhurt.
			2380 seq no a093, hull #195. (VP-72) damaged by AAA but was able to make landing to pick up a survivor but was damaged by rough seas
				2/17/1944.  SOC upon return and scavenged for spare parts.
			2381 seq no a094, hull #196
			2382 seq no a095, hull #197.  (VP-81) damaged in landing at San Juan, Puerto Rico Sep 29, 1942.  Crew was unhurt.
			2383 seq no a096, hull #198
			2384 seq no a097, hull #199
			2385 seq no a098, hull #200.  (VP-81) bounced on takeoff and nose dug into water and
				sank NAS Trinidad, BWI 4/2/1943.  All crew members survived with injuries.  Aircraft was SOC.
			2386 seq no a099, hull #201.  (VP-41) struck submerged object during takeoff from Sitka, Alaska Oct 20, 1941 and damaged.
				With VP-23 damaged in crash at Pearl Harbor Apr 10, 1942.
			2387 seq no a100, hull #202
			2388 seq no a101, hull #203.  (VP-11) lost in south Pacific Sep 23, 1942.
			2389 seq no a102, hull #204. (VP-23) MIA from patrol out of Espiritu Santo Aug 6, 1942.  Wreck found Jan 14, 1992.  All crew of 8 killed.
			2390 seq no a103, hull #205.  Overshot landing at night Santa Rosa Island, FL 4/20/1945
				and slid up on beach.  SOC.
			2391 seq no a104, hull #206.  (VP-11) lost in south Pacific May 31, 1943.
			2392 seq no a105, hull #207
			2393 seq no a106, hull #208.  (VP-71) force landed off Loyalty Island, South Pacific 
				5/31/1942 and sank.  Entire crew rescued.
			2394 seq no a107, hull #209
			2395 seq no a108, hull #210.  (VP-31) hull damaged in takeoff at San Juan, Puerto Rico Jan 12, 1942.  Repaired
			2396 seq no a109, hull #211.  (VP-31) in hard landing near Nastrin, Haiti Jun 8, 1942.  Required major overhaul
			2397 seq no a110, hull #212
			2398 seq no a111, hull #213
			2399 seq no a112, hull #214.  (VP-31) crashed during night landing 6/19/1942,
				Trinidad, BWI.  10 crew killed, 2 injured.
			2400 seq no a113, hull #215.  (VP-31) damaged in water landing at NAS Trinidad, British West Indies Feb 10, 1942.  No injuries, aircraft
				was repaired.  Water looped during landing and sank 4/30/1942 St. Lucia, BWI.  No crew injuries.
			2401 seq no a114, hull #216
			2402 seq no a115, hull #217.  (VP-31) experienced violent bump during mail flight between St. Evustatius
				to Trinidad, BWI Sep 25, 1941.  Crew and passengers were ordered to bail out but three were lost.  
				Aircraft landed with damage.  With VP-31, damaged in takeoff from Port of Spain, Trinidad, BWI Dec 13, 1941.
				Repaired and returned to service.  In hard landing off Martinique Jun 8, 1942.  Required major overhaul.
				With VP-53 damaged in landing at NAF Port of Spain, Trinidad Oct 21, 1942.  Crew was unhurt.
			2403 seq no a116, hull #219
			2404 seq no a117, hull #220
			2405 seq no a118, hull #221.  (VP-53) hit swell during takoff and sank 6/28/1943 NAS
				Trinidad, BWI.  Crew was unhurt, aircraft SOC.
			2406 seq no a119, hull #222.  (VPB-2) hit channel marker during night landing 9/15/1944,
				NAS Jacksonville, FL.  6 killed, 2 injured.
			2407 seq no a120, hull #223.  (VP-101) lost 11/26/42 in forced landing after takeoff.
				Sank in 18 feet of water.  Pilot killed, 8 OK.
			2408 seq no a121, hull #224.  (FAW-1) lost in south Pacific Feb 20, 1943
			2409 seq no a122, hull #225.  (VP-101) damaged in landing Gearldton, Australia 4/18/1942 and SOC.  No crew injuries.
			2410 seq no a123, hull #226.  (VP-11) ran out of fuel and landed near Indespensable Island, 80 mi from Graciosa Bay (Ndeni) Aug 6, 1942,
				Crew rescued 2 days later by USS Stack.  Aircraft sunk by gunfire
			2411 seq no a124, hull #227.  (VP-71) lost in Philippines Mar 18, 1945
			2412 seq no a125, hull #228.  (FAW-1) lost in South Pacific Oct 15, 1942
			2413 seq no a126, hull #229.  (VP-24) missing Jan 30, 1942 during extended flight from Canton Island
				to Pearl Harbor.  All 11 crew MIA
			2414 seq no a127, hull #230.  (VP-71) landed in rough seas and sank Funafuti Mar 18, 1944.
			2415 seq no a128, hull #231.  (VP-14) damaged at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
				Repaired and returned to service.  With VP-206 forced down in open sea out of Galapagos due to ruptured
				fuel line Oct 14, 1943.  Crew rescued by an Esso tanker, plane was subsequently sunk by gunfire.
			2416 seq no a129, hull #234.  (FAW-1) lost in south Pacific Nov 11, 1942
			2417 seq no a130, hull #235
			2418 seq no a131, hull #236.  (VP-101) damaged in emergency landing off Perth, Australia Apr 19, 1942.  Plane could not be repaired and
				was SOC May 27, 1942.  No crew injuries.
			2419 seq no a132, hull #237.  (VP-111) lost in south Pacific Sep 23, 1942
			2420 seq no a133, hull #238.  (VP-11) destroyed at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2421 seq no a134, hull #239.  (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2422 seq no a135, hull #243.  (VP-11) damaged at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired and sent to VP-14.  Lost off Hawaii Apr 6, 1942
			2423 seq no a136, hull #244.  (VP-11) destroyed at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2424 seq no a137, hull #245.  (VP-12) damaged at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.  Skidded during landing in
				Queensland, Australia with VP-101 9/14/1943.  Crew unhurt, aircraft SOC Oct 5, 1943.
			2425 seq no a138, hull #246.  (VP-12) destroyed at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2426 seq no a139, hull #247.  Crashed and burned at sea off Daytona Beach, FL 5/14/1945
				with six being killed.  Also listed as crashing at sea Dec 16, 1941 off Hawaii with Patrol Wing 2.
			2427 seq no a140, hull #248.  (VP-11) damaged at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.  With VPB-2 OTU#1 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Daytona Beach, FL May 14, 1945.
				6 crew killed, one survived.
			2428 seq no a141, hull #252.  (VP-11) DBR at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			2429 seq no a142, hull #253.  (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2430 seq no a143, hull #254.  (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2431 seq no a144, hull #255.  (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2432 seq no a145, hull #256.  (VP-11) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.  Crashed Jan 12, 1942, Oahu, HI
				during night landing.  2 killed.
			2433 seq no a146, hull #257.  (VP-11) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2434 seq no a147, hull #261.  (VP-11) damaged beyond repair at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2435 seq no a148, hull #262.  (VP-12) destroyed at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2436 seq no a149, hull #264.  (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2437 seq no a150, hull #265.  (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2438 seq no a151, hull #268.  (VP-12) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2439 seq no a152, hull #269.  (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2440 seq no a153, hull #271.  (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2441 seq no a154, hull #272. (VP-12) destroyed at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.
			2442 seq no a155, hull #274.  (VP-12) damaged at NAS Kaheohe Bay Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2443 seq no a156, hull #275  (VP-12) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2444 seq no a157, hull #277.  (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2445 seq no a158, hull #278
			2446 seq no a159, hull #281.  (VP-101) hit wave during landing New Guinea and sank
				8/17/1943.  SOC; crew unhurt
			2447 seq no a160, hull #282.  (VP-101) crashed after returning from Port Moresby 
				10/26/1943. 6 killed.  
			2448 seq no a161, hull #283.  (Patrol Wing 2) destroyed at NAS Kanoehe, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			2449 seq no a162, hull #284.  (FAW-10) damaged in storm in Perth area Feb 13, 1943.  Crew unhurt.
			2450 seq no a163, hull #286,  (VP-11) lost in south Pacific Sep 23, 1942
			2451 seq no a164, hull #287.  (VP-14) lost at NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			2452 seq no a165, hull #288.  (VP-23) lost in night landing accident Jan 11, 1942, Pearl
				Harbor.  3 of crew of 5 killed, 2 survived.
			2453 seq no a166, hull #289.  (VP-11) water-looped on landing and sank Johnson Isl.
				NAS May 26, 1942.  Plane was salvaged and dismantled.
			2454 seq no a167, hull #290.  (VP-11) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Jun 15, 1942.
			2455 Seq No a168. Hull #291 (VP-101) damaged in forced landing 3 mi E of Perth, Australia May 19, 1942.  Crew uninjured.
2456/2488	Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
			Could use both runway and water
			2456 (seq no aa1, hull #294) transferred to USAAF as 42-109023. 
			2457 (seq no aa2, hull #295)
			2458 (seq no aa3, hull #297) (VP-73) beached in Iceland 6/20/1942 after being shot
				at by friendly convoy.  Plane later salvaged.
			2459 Seq no aa4, hull # 300) credited with sinking of 3 U-boats. To RCAF as 11022.  Sold
				on civil register in Sept 1946 as NC18446.
				To Canada in 1953 as CF-HHR and later C-FHHR.  Later became N27311.
				Now flying in Netherlands as PH-PBY.  Now painted in
				Dutch Navy colors with false serial 16-218.  There is a problem with this
				identifcation, since 11022 is a Consolidated Canso A with MSN CV-300.  Maybe the
				MSN for 2459 is wrong or a wrong tieup is made with MSN CV-300.  
			2460 Seq No aa5. Hull #305 damaged in towing accident on ground 9/14/1944. SOC.
			2461 Seq No aa6. Hull #310
			2462 Seq No aa7. Hull #314 (VP-73) water-looped on landing off Iceland 3/28/1942 and
				sank.  Crew rescued
			2463 Seq No aa8. Hull #317 
			2464 Seq No aa9. Hull #319 (VP-73) lost in landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI Jan 30, 1942.  Crew survived with minor injuries.
			2465 Seq No aa10. Hull #321 
			2466 Seq No aa11. Hull #323 (VP-83) damaged in landing at NAS Norfolk, VA Dec 27, 1941.  No injuries.
				(VP-73) damaged in landing at NAS Port Lyautey, French Morocco Mar 27, 1943.  Crew uninjured
			2467 Seq No aa12. Hull #325 
			2468 Seq No aa13. Hull #327 (FAW-7) lost off Dunkeswell Mar 25, 1945
			2469 Seq No aa14. Hull #329 (VP-83) hit Elk Horn Mountain in VA during patrol in
				fog 2/16/1942.  7 killed.
			2470 Seq No aa15. Hull #331 (VP-83) collided while taxiing with parked SNJ-3 01772 at NAS Jacksonville, FL May 19, 1942.  No injuries. 
			2471 Seq No aa16. Hull #333  
			2472 Seq No aa17. Hull #335 damaged in forced landing with FAW-7 HEDRON at Bay Verde, Newfoundland Jul 9, 1943.  Crew unhurt.
				(VP-94) crashed off the Para River, near 
				Belem, Brazil Nov 28, 1943 during convoy patrol.  10 KIA.
				Some wreckage recovered Dec 3, 1943.  Believed crashed during forced landing.
			2473 Seq No aa18. Hull #337  assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. (VP-91) damaged on landing at NAS Anacostia Jan 5, 1942, no injuries. 
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA Aug 4, 1945 to Sep 19, 1945.  Assigned to NAS Johnsville, PA. 
			2474 Seq No aa19. Hull #339
			2475 (Seq No aa20. Hull #341.  line number 187) with VP-91 damaged while taxiing at NAS Alameda, CA Jan 16, 1942.  Repaired.
				To N74692, Nov 1951 to Caribbean International Airways as VP-JAW.  Ditched
				on take off from Grand Cayman Jan 2, 1952 (or Jan 3) and salvage abandoned.
			2476 Seq No aa21. Hull #343 (VP-91) water looped at Pearl Harbor and sank 4/5/1942. Only minor injuries to crew.  Aircraft SOC Apr 11, 1942
			2477 Seq No aa22. Hull #345
			2478 Seq No aa23. Hull #347
			2479 Seq No aa24. Hull #357 (VP-94) damaged while taxing to parking in Brazil Sep 3, 1943.  No crew injuries, damage was repairable.
			2480 Seq No aa25. Hull #362
			2481 Seq No aa26. Hull #366
			2482 Seq No aa27. Hull #370
			2483 Seq No aa28. Hull #375 (VP-81) flew into water during low-altitude turn
				2/23/1942, Oregon Inlet, NC.  Crew killed.
			2484 Seq No aa29. Hull #379
			2485 Seq No aa30. Hull #383
			2486 Seq No aa31. Hull #387
			2487 Seq No aa32. Hull #390 (VP-11) lost 4/5/42 Oahu, Hawaii.  Hit hillside during
				letdown south of Makapuu.  Crew of 9 killed.
			2488 Seq No aa33. Hull #392 (FAW-1) SOC in south Pacific Apr 30, 1943
2489/2511	Boeing F4B-4A
			Boeing Airplane Company Model 235.
			P-12C/D/E/Fs from USAAF turned over to US Navy for use as radio-controlled target drones.
			2489 was ex P-12C 31-151
			2490 was ex P-12C 31-154
			2491 was ex P-12C 31-209
			2492 was ex P-12C 31-210
			2493 was ex P-12D 31-245
			2494 was ex P-12D 31-258
			2495 was ex P-12E 31-561
			2496 was ex P-12E 31-564
			2497 was ex P-12E 31-576
			2498 was ex P-12E 32-10
			2499 was ex P-12E 32-13
			2500 was ex P-12E 32-25
			2501 was ex P-12E 32-33
			2502 was ex P-12E 32-40
			2503 wqs ex P-12E 32-41
			2504 was ex P-12E 32-44
			2505 was ex P-12E 32-45
			2506 was ex P-12E 32-48
			2507 was ex P-12E  32-56
			2508 was ex P-12E 32-66
			2509 was ex P-12E 32-69
			2510 was ex P-12E 32-71
			2511 was ex P-12F 32-85		
2512/2538	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			2512 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version.  With 4th MBDAW lost in Samoa Jun 12, 1942
			2515 (VMF-111) in south Pacific Sep 27, 1942
			2516 (VMO-251) in south Pacific Sep 10, 1942
			2517 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version
			2519 w/o Jun 11, 1941
			2520 modified to F4F-3P.  With VD-2 destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton 
				Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
			2521 w/o Mar 24, 1941
			2523 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18,1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			2524 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version
			2526 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version
			2527 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown, lost May 4, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			2528 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown, lost May 4, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			2529 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at sea Jan 8, 1942.
			2530 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version
			2531 (VF-42) lost May 8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea.  From carrier
				Yorktown downed Zero May 8, 1942 and low on fuel landed on
				damaged carrier Lexington and sank with her.
			2535 w/o Feb 26, 1941
			2536 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 3, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 25, 1942.
			2537 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version
			2538 assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley 
				Field, VA Apr 15, 1941 to Aug 22, 1941.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.
2539/2540	Grumman XTBF-1 Avenger
			Model G-40, MSN 644/645.  
			2539 first flight Aug 7, 1941.  Suffered fire in air prior to delivery over Brentwood, NY, 2 bailed out 11/28/1941.
			2540 first flight Dec 7, 1941 at Bethpage, NY.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA May 18, 1942 to Jun 11, 1943.
2541		Lockheed JO-2
			MSN 1283.  Lockheed Aircraft Model 12 Electra Junior.  Delivered Oct 1938 and used as command and staff
				transport. Fitted with a tricycle undercarriage for trials on carriers
2542		Vought-Sikorsky XTBU-1
			Vought-Sikorsky XTBU-1 Sea Wolf prototype. Production aircraft built by Consolidated-Vultee as the TBY Sea Wolf
			First flight Dec 22, 1941. Damaged in a rough arrested landing trial, and when repaired a month later, was again 
			damaged in a collision with a training aircraft. Delivered to US Navy at NAS Anacostia, DC, Mar 1942.
2543/2547	Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
			MSN 425/429
			2543 SOC jan 31, 1946
			2544 (VJ-8) lost at Russells in south Pacific May 14, 1945.  SOC Jun 30, 1945
			2545 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			2546 (POOL) SOC at Pearl Harbor Jul 31, 1945
			2547 (VJ-8) lost at Russells in south Pacific May 14, 1945.  SOC Jun 30, 1945.
2548/2572	North American SNJ-2 Texan
			MSN 79-3983/4007
			2548 (MSN 79-3983) Registered 1946 as NC60732. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. 
				Government of Pakistan Jul48. 
				To Royal Pakistan Air Force
			2549 (MSN 79-3984) Accepted by US Navy 27Dec40. Commander, Carrier Division One, USS Saratoga; 
				assigned to Rear Admiral Aubrey Wray Fitch. Advanced Carrier Training Group (ACTG), 
				US Pacific Fleet, Naval Air Station San Diego 10dec41.  Crashed near Rabbit Peak in Santa Rosa Mountains of
				Riverside Co, CA Feb 1942. 2 killed. The aircraft disappeared while 
				participating in the search effort for three missing Grumman Wildcats which encountered 
				a severe winter storm en route from Tucson to San Diego. The wreckage of the SNJ was located 22Sep44. 
				Salvaged, the majority of SNJ-2 BuAer 2549 was scrapped by the NHHC (Naval History & Heritage 
				Command) 17Apr2019. Remaining items being used by VCS Aviation, Selma, CA as the basis 
				for a composite restoration using the fuselage of RCAF Harvard Mk.II 2832 and other assorted SNJ-2, T-6, Yale parts 
			2550 (MSN 79-3985) 
			2551 (MSN 79-3986) 
			2552 (MSN 79-3987) 
			2553 (MSN 79-3988) Registered 1946 as NC58224; N58224. Registered 1966 to 
				Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #1. Registered 31Jan87 to 
				SNJ-2 Corp, Republic Airport (FRG), Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; current [Aug19]. 
				Operates as GEICO #5. .
			2554 (MSN 79-3989) Registered 18Apr47 as NC9934H; N9934H; cancelled 23Jul51. Scrapped
			2555 (MSN 79-3990) 
			2556 (MSN 79-3991) Pensacola NAS, FL; code 57. Registered 1946 as NC79470; N79470. 
				Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; refurbished for delivery to Peru. Registered 14Apr54 to 
				Spartan Aircraft Company; cancelled 9Jun54 [Export C of A issued 27May54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú May54 as 561.
			2557 (MSN 79-3992) 
			2558 (MSN 79-3993) Registered 1946 as NC60645. Pan American Air Transport Inc, 
				Baltimore, MD 1946; cancelled. Restored 1956 as N60645; current [Aug19]. Registered 1963 to 
				Stinis Air Service Skytypers Inc. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #2. Damaged when the
				 pilot pulled the gear handle up waiting for take-off and the right landing gear collapsed 
				at Long Beach, CA 18Jul81. Substantially damaged 8Oct83. A flight of five North American 
				SNJ-2 aircraft were on a flight from Long Beach to Fresno, CA. By prior arrangement, the 
				lead pilot in N61563 was to handle the radio communication with ATC facilities. 
				During arrival at Fresno, the local controller inquired whether the group desired to be 
				handled as a flight. The leader responded that the aircraft 'will land individually. During the 
				landing, the #1 pilot turned off on hi-speed taxiway 'M', but was instructed to hold short of 
				runway 29L. He acknowledged & complied with the instruction. The #2 pilot in N60645 also 
				landed on the runway, about 2000 to 3000 ft behind #1. He too turned off on hi-speed
				taxiway 'M', but did not hear the holding instruction that was issued to N61563. Since the 
				pilot (#2) of the tail wheel equipped aircraft had a blind area over his nose, he did not realize 
				he was converging on #1. Subsequently, #2 (N60645) collided with #1 (N61563) from the rear.
				The local controller did not inform the pilot of N60645 that he was converging on N61563
			2559 (MSN 79-3994) Registered 1946 as NC60717; cancelled
			2560 (MSN 79-3995) Registered 4Apr46 as NC55736; cancelled 3Feb47. 
				Registered 3Feb47 as XB-GIW to Cia Mexicana Aerofoto S. A., México City.
			2561 (MSN 79-3996) 
			2562 (MSN 79-3997) Registered 1946 as NC65370; N65370. Registered 1963 to 
				Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #1. Substantially 
				damaged on landing when over braking during directional control caused the aircraft 
				to nose over at Flushing, NY 18Jul73. Registered 31Jan87 to SNJ-2 Corp, Republic Airport, 
				Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. The pilot was performing touch-&-go landings at Republic 
				Airport, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY 24May87. On the third landing, the aircraft was 
				substantially damaged when the main landing gear collapsed. Current [Aug19]. 
				Used by Skytypers for skywriting as GEICO #1
			2563 (MSN 79-3998) Registered 1946 as NC75140; N75140. Registered 30Jun52 to 
				Hawthorne Flying Service, Charleston, SC; cancelled 19Jul54 on export to Peru 
				[Export C of A issued 29Jun54]. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; refurbished for delivery to Peru. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú Jun54 as 565
			2564 (MSN 79-3999) Registered 1946 as NC58247; N58247. Spartan Aero Repair, 
				Camden, NJ; refurbished for delivery to Peru. Registered 2Mar54 to Spartan Aircraft Company; 
				cancelled 9Jun54 on export to Peru [Export C of A issued 27May54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú May54 as 559. 
				Conflict:
				Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish 
				Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
				To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16C, serial 16276. 
				F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 5Jun53. SOC 8Mar58 due to high overhaul costs and spare parts shortage
			2565 (MSN 79-4000) 
			2566 (MSN 79-4001) Registered 2Apr46 as NC55728; N55728. Ernesto Daglio, El Salvador 18Sep50. 
				Registration cancelled 23Mar53. 
				To Salvadoran Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña
			2567 (MSN 79-4002) 
			2568 (MSN 79-4003) Registered 1946 as NC60833; N60833. Registered 1963 
				to Stinis Air Service/Skytypers Inc. Modified as single-seater. Used by Skytypers for skywriting as #4. 
				Registered 31Jan87 to SNJ-2 Corp, Republic Airport, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. Registration current [Aug19]. 
			2569 (MSN 79-4004) 
			2570 (MSN 79-4005) 
			2571 (MSN 79-4006) 
			2572 (MSN 79-4007) Registered 28Nov52 as N75217. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; refurbished for 
				delivery to Peru. Cancelled 9Jun54 on export to Peru [Export C of A issued 29Jun54]. 
				To Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú May54 as 562
2573/3072	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			2576	Registered as N44831, expired 31Mar12, cancelled 13Aug12. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Derelict fuselage in external storage at Ak-Chin RAP, AZ [noted Aug16].
			2577 Registered 8Apr52 as N71N to Coyner Crop Dusters Inc., Litchfield Park, AZ. Registration revoked 14Jan77, 
				cancelled 21Nov17
			2581 Registered as N45148, expired 31Mar12, cancelled 13Aug12. Low Level Dusting Co Inc, La Salle, CO 24Mar66.
			2582 to civil registry as N45042, , current [Mar18]. Damaged when nosed over when braking during a turn 
				taxying 29Nov79. Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Hood River, OR 8Feb07. 
				Preserved and on display fitted with floats as US Coast Guard, code 27.
			2589 to civil registry as N45153, expired 30Jun11, cancelled 14Mar17. Converted for agriculture and 
				pest control. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			2590	This aircraft appeared in the film "Dive Bomber" [1941].
			2598 to civil registry as N44769, current [Mar 2018]
			2600	Registered as N45267, cancelled 4Aug68. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Destroyed 
				during crop spraying at Rome, OR 12Jun66 when the aircraft pulled up too late and hit an obstruction.  
			2601 to civil registry as N45254, current [Mar 18]
			2607 to civil registry as N45259, expired Jan 31, 2018
			2610	Registered as N45011, sale reported 7Jun94, cancelled 9Nov12. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Destroyed during crop spraying cabbage at Oakley, CA 28Mar68 after the engine failed with fuel exhaustion 
				and the aircraft collided with trees
			2611	Registered as N45105, cancelled. Destroyed on takeoff from a private strip 8Feb86. The aircraft 
				departed the privately owned dirt strip on a sales demonstration flight. Shortly after departing 
				the engine began to run rough. The aircraft entered into a course reversal turn. During the 
				turn the aircraft stalled. The pilot was able to recover to a wings level attitude prior to 
				the initial ground contact. After ground contact the aircraft bounced and struck the ground 
				in a left wing/nose down attitude. The left wing tank fuel line ruptured and a post impact 
				fire began. The aircraft rotated to the left and came to rest right side up. The occupants 
				were unable to exit the burning aircraft. The aircraft had not been flown within the preceding 
				four months and had been exposed to numerous rain showers. Ground witnesses could not state 
				if either pilot had performed a pre-flight inspection or if the fuel tank sumps had been 
				drained prior to flight. Fuel samples taken from the fuel supply tank were free of any 
				contamination. The engine examination disclosed no evidence of any pre-impact malfunction/failure.
			2613 to civil registry as N1120, current [Mar 2018]
			2614 to civil registry as N45033, current [Mar18]. Damaged when the right brake failed during taxy 
				and the aircraft nosed over 9Jun90. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped landing, 
				struck a ditch and nosed over 30Apr92.
			2616 to civil registry as N44707, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Destroyed during crop spraying at College Place, WA 16Nov76 when the aircraft pulled up too 
				late, tried to go under but struck a wire
			2617	Registered as N9841Z. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Substantially damaged during 
				crop spraying with fuel exhaustion, force landed and collided with a ditch at Casa Grande, AZ 25Jun67. 
				Registered  6May70 to Marsh Aviation, Litchfield Park, AZ; cancelled 5Nov81.
			2620 to civil registry as N3NP, currrent [Mar 2018]
			2621 to civil registry as N44757, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Sun City, AZ 4Nov65 when the aircraft hit an 
				obstruction. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Restored in an uncovered state to 
				show construction. Last reported out of public view at the back of Hangar 2 [Feb16]. 
				One of the derelict fuselages stored outside in the yard has the number ‘2621’ visible on the fin.
			2623 to civil registry as N45283, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
				Noted stored at Yankee Aircraft Museum, Chino, CA  May 1993.
			2624 to civil registry as N44750, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2626 Registered as N44952, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2627 to civil registry as N45046. Interstate Commercial Flyers. Registered as N45046, current [Mar18]. 
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. Reported dismantled at Missouri [2013].
			2628	Registered as N44700, cancelled 21Jun76. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2629	Registered as N45013, cancelled. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2630 to civil registry as N45076, current [Mar18]. Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, 
				Hood River, OR 8Feb08. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013
			2633 to civil registry as N45037, cancelled. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Ferriday, FL 31May65 when the aircraft hit an 
				obstruction. Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed. Registration EI-BAK 
				assigned, ntu. Registered 11May78 as EI-BEY, cancelled. Registered 17Aug90 as N45037, current [Mar18]. 
			2634 to civil registry as N45233, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2636 Registered as N45269, cancelled. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered as N61072, 
				current [Mar18]. Marsh Aviation. Damaged at Cottage Grove, OR 6Aug16. The pilot in command, while 
				carrying a passenger, departed and performed an intentional low altitude pass down a taxiway 
				over a gathering of people. During this pass he struck and severed a high-voltage power 
				transmission line. Airworthy.
			2640 crashed Jul 24, 1941 NW of Hybia Valley Airport, VA.  2 killed.
			2641 to civil registry as N45047, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2642	Registered as N44830, cancelled 29Mar74. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Frederick, OK 11Nov67 when the engine failed and 
				the aircraft struck a dirt bank during the forced landing.
			2647 to civil registry as N45144, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2652 to civil registry as N44801, expired 30Sep12, cancelled 7Jul17. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2655	Registered as N45293, cancelled 16Nov67. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Destroyed during crop spraying when the airplane collided with a tower at Casa Grande, AZ 9Sep67
			2656	Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			2659 Registered as N44774, cancelled. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered as N112D, 
				current [Mar18].
			2660 to civil registry as N51H, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged 19Sep82. Upon arriving at an air 
				show the pilot was given advisories for a downwind landing. The aircraft subsequently ground-looped. 
				Subsequent inspection revealed that the tail wheel lock had also malfunctioned. The centering 
				spring was not strong enough to consistently center the tail wheel post so that the lock pin 
				could enter. In addition, the compression spring was too weak to force the lock pin into place.
			2663	Registered as N45021, revoked 18Jun77, cancelled 19Jul12. Destroyed during a low level flight 
				when the airplane collided with power lines and crashed at Petal, MS 29Jul79.
			2668 to civil registry as N45178, expired 17Jun89, cancelled 11Mar03. Converted for agriculture and 
				pest control. Destroyed during crop spraying at Wapato, WA 9Aug66 when the aircraft struck a 
				steel cable strung above the orchard. Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed. 
				Loaned to Pearson Historic Trust. Preserved and on display at the Pearson Air Museum, 
				Pearson Field, Vancouver, WA [noted 1994]. Returned to owner and stored c10 years. 
				Reregistered 24Oct13 as N45178, current [Mar18].
			2671 to civil registry as N44711, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2673 to civil registry as N9309Z, current [Mar18]. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			2674	Registered as N45045. Registered 14Jun57 to Westaire Service, Rio Vista, CA; cancelled 20May65
			2675 to civil registry as N44864, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2677 Registered as N91RH, current [Mar18]. Used as sky writer and then pulled banners.  Restored and flown in
				Colorado and then forced landing while being ferried to Phoenix Oct 10, 1992 after engine failure.
				Restored to flying condition as N91RH.  In September 2015 was once again in flying
				condition.
			2682 to civil registry as N45180, revoked 14Jan77
			2683 to civil registry as N45218, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2685 to civil registry as N45265, current [Mar 2018].  Was with Yanks Air Museum, CA, sold 2004.
			2689 to civil registry as N45081, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2690 to civil registry as N45079, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2691 to civil registry as N45300, current [Mar 2018] 
			2693 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Renamed National Naval 
				Aviation Museum. Preserved and on display fitted with floats.
			2696	Registered 13Jul46 as N44776, cancelled 31Dec70.
			2698	Registered as N44815. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered 23Apr56 to 
				Marsh Aviation, Litchfield Park, AZ, cancelled 23Dec70. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA
				Derelict fuselage stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			2699	Registered as N44736, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 9Nov12. Converted for agriculture and pest 
				control. Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the engine failed and the airplane 
				collided with the crops during a forced landing at Lodi, CA 15May70; the throttle linkage 
				had disconnected. Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the airplane hard landed, 
				blew a tire and ground looped at Lodi, CA 17Apr72. Substantially damaged during crop spraying 
				when the airplane crashed at Tracy, CA 29Aug74; the pilot flew over wires then under power 
				lines and lost control.
			2700	Registered as N44731, cancelled 29Apr72.
			2701 to civil registry as N44732, cancelled Dec 7, 1970
			2703	Registered as N44712. Registered 29Jan59 to Westaire Service, Rio Vista, CA; cancelled 4Jan71.
			2704 to civil registry as N44713, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Accident landing at Stanfield, AZ 11Aug71 when the aircraft hit a man walking down the runway. 
				Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Derelict fuselage stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			2705 to civil registry as N45048, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2711	Registered 19Apr45 as N44976 to Defense Plant Corporation, Washington, DC, cancelled 30Apr56
			2712 to civil registry as N45074, current [Mar18]. [may be stored dismantled at Coolidge, AZ 2017
			2716 to civil registry as N45043, current [Mar18]. On April 3, 1996, the airplane nosed over during a 
				forced landing near Chandler, Arizona. The forced landing was precipitated by a loss of engine 
				power during cruise; the aircraft sustained substantial damage. The flight originated from 
				Chandler on the day of the accident as a local area personal flight. The pilot reported that 
				he was in cruise when the fuel pressure went to zero. He attempted to restore the fuel pressure 
				by using a hand wobble pump but was unsuccessful. The engine lost power and the aircraft nosed 
				over during the forced landing in desert terrain. FAA inspectors examined the aircraft and 
				found fuel in the tanks. The engine driven and hand wobble fuel pumps were removed from the 
				engine and taken to an overhaul facility where they were installed in a calibrated test 
				bench for a functional check. Both pumps failed the functional test and did not flow any fuel. 
				Review of the maintenance records revealed no entry denoting an overhaul of the components at 
				the time of the last engine overhaul. 
			2717	This aircraft appeared in the film "Dive Bomber" [1941].
			2718	Registered as N44932, cancelled 24Jun70.
			2720	Registered as N45075. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Substantially damaged 
				during crop spraying after fuel starvation when the airplane collided with trees and crashed 
				at Glen Allan, MS 6Sep69. Registration pending 13Dec90, cancelled 14Aug12.			
			2727	Registered as N45062. Registered 24Jun57 to Hemet Valley Flying Service Co., Hemet, CA; cancelled 20May65
			2728	Registered as N45292, cancelled.
			2733 Accepted by US Navy 1Apr41. NAS Glenview, IL 1942. Registered 1946 as N45177 to LC McCurley. 
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. The front cockpit was removed and a hopper installed 
				for its spraying duties. McCurley used the airplane as a crop duster in the Central Valley of 
				California until 1958 when he contracted with the United States Forest Service to use the plane 
				for fighting forest fires. A shortened canopy from a Vultee BT-13 Valiant was installed at 
				that time and in 1958 the airplane became California Air Tanker number 9. Registered 1Sep92 as N4009A, 
				current [Mar18]. Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed. Donated to 
				Commemorative Air Force 2005. Registered 28Dec07 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, 
				Midland, TX. Based with High Sierra Squadron, Reno Stead Airport, NV. 
			2734 to civil registry as N45222, current [Mar18]. Used for banner towing. Damaged in collision 
				with another aircraft taxying to takeoff at Atlantic City, NJ 3Jul66. Restored 1979
			2736 Registered as N45269, cancelled. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Derelict fuselage 
				stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			2738	Registered as N45071, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jul12. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2739 (VR-2) in taxiing accident at NAS Honolulu Seadrome Jun 20, 1945, resulting in substantial damage, no crew injuries. (VPNavy!)
			2740 (VR-2) in taxiing accident at NAS Alameda Jul 17, 1945.  Substantial damage, crew uninjured (VPNavy!)
				Registered 6Apr06 as N44822, expired 21Apr09, renewed 26Jul11, current [Mar18
			2741 to civil registry as N45121, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2744 to civil registry as N45018, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged during a forced landing at 
				Pendleton, OR 28Apr80 after fuel exhaustion when the airplane nosed over in a plowed field. 
				On November 18, 1997, the airplane nosed over during the landing roll at the Avery County/Morrison 
				Field Airport, Spruce Pine, North Carolina. The airplane was substantially damaged. 
				The flight originated from the Greeneville Municipal Airport, Greeneville, Tennessee. 
				The pilot stated that on final approach he was 20 mph fast and the airplane was landed past 
				the first 1/3 portion of the 3,000-foot asphalt runway. He applied the brakes, but the 
				left brake locked up and the airplane veered off the left side of the runway and nosed over. 
				The airplane was uprighted and when attempting to tow the airplane, the left brake remained engaged. 
			2746 to civil registry as N45214, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2747 to civil registry as N60KB, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged 24Mar89. At the beginning of a 
				pleasure flight, the pilot reported that he departed the runway using a three point takeoff. 
				When the airplane became airborne, the angle of attack was extremely high. The pilot was unable 
				to lower the nose which resulted in the airplane stalling. The right wing dropped and the 
				airplane collided with the terrain. After the accident it was noted that the front seatbelt 
				was tied to the control stick in the aft position. The pilot stated that he must have 
				overlooked it during the pre-flight.
			2748 to civil registry as N90128, expired 30Jun12, cancelled 6Jul17
			2756 to civil registry as N45151, expired 30Jun13, cancelled 9Oct14. Converted for agriculture and pest 
				control. San Tan Dusters Inc. Crashed when stalled after takeoff from Chandler, AZ 27Jul67. 
				Noted airworthy at Chandler 1974
			2757 to civil registry as N45101, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2758 registered as N45118.  Cancelled
			2760	Registered as N44778, cancelled 12Aug74
			2762 to civil registry as N6396T, current [Mar 2018]
			2768	Registered as N45002, cancelled 29Mar71
			2769 to civil registry as N45185, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2771 was registered as N6398T, cancelled Nov 10, 1983
			2772	Registered as N163, cancelled 22Jan73. 
			2773	Registered as N44756. Registered 15Dec47 to Sanders Aviation, Tempe, AZ; cancelled 15Sep75. 
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. Destroyed during crop spraying when the airplane 
				hit the top of a power line pole at Mesa, AZ 16Aug75.
			2776	Registered as N44870, cancelled 3Jun65.
			2780	Registered as N44720, cancelled 21Jun76. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2781 to civil registry as N44741, current [Mar18]. Registered 5Sep91 to American Airpower Heritage 
				Flying Museum, Midland, TX. Based with Houston Wing, West Houston Airport, TX.
			2782 (MSN 357) Registered as N44718, current [Mar18]. Registered 9Mar96 to Mid Atlantic Air Museum, 
				Reading, PA. Preserved and on display at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum
			2783 to civil registry as N44742, current [Mar18]. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. 
				Derelict fuselage stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			2784 to civil registry as N44743, current [Mar18]. [may be stored dismantled at Coolidge, AZ 2017]
			2785 to civil registry as N44744, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Tempe, AZ 12Aug76 when the aircraft stalled 
				during a turn with a load in high temperatures. Derelict fuselage in external storage at 
				Ak-Chin RAP, AZ [noted Aug16].
			2791	Registered as N44734, cancelled 18Dec62
			2792 to civil registry as N72792, expired 19Aug08, cancelled 7May13. Damaged at Okeechobee, FL 26Feb05. 
				After landing and during the roll-out, the right front brake locked. Attempted corrective action 
				by the pilot could not halt the right turning tendency caused by the locked wheel. As the 
				airplane slowed, it subsequently nosed-over and flipped onto its back. Minor damage was noted 
				to the vertical stabilizer, rudder and propeller blades. Reregistered 9Aug17 as N72792, current [Mar18].
			2793 to civil registry as N45273, expired 31Mar12, cancelled 7Jun17. Converted for agriculture and pest 
				control. Substantially damaged when the engine failed after takeoff from Gilbert, AZ, the 
				aircraft ground looped when landing back.
			2795 to civil registry as N44758, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged when ground looped and collided with a parked Callair A-9 at Lincoln, NE 
				23Jul72. Restored 17Dec02, expired 16Dec08, cancelled 9Oct14. Restored 19Oct16, current [Mar18].  
			2798 to civil registry as N45056, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged when the airplane struck a 
				badger sett off the runway at Elk Mountain, WY 26Jun66
			2799	Registered as N44915, cancelled 3Nov54. 
			2803	Registered as N50KB, cancelled 30Jun76.
			2804 to civil registry as N45070, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged during crop spraying 
				safflower at Stanfield, AZ 2Jun71 when the aircraft collided with the crop. Yanks Air Museum, 
				Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed. 
				Sold 15Apr15, based California
			2808 to civil registry as N44973, cancelled 18Mar13. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2810 to civil registry as N44972, current [Mar18]. Shortly after WWII the aircraft was purchased by 
				Tex Rankin, the famous 1930s air show performer and barnstormer. Some years later the airplane 
				became part of one of the earliest aerial firebombing initiatives. The aircraft links into 
				the development of aerial fire fighting out of Willow, CA.  Willows Flying Service, Willow, CA. 
				Converted for fire fighting as tanker #14. Associated Dust and Spray, Caldwell, ID 27May71. 
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. Restoration at Amman, ID.
			2814 to civil registry as N44973, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2815	Registered as N45188. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered 23Mar61 to Hills 
				Flying Service, Sacramento, CA; cancelled 5Jun65. 
			2818	Registered 7Oct48 as N44835, cancelled 8Jun70. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2823	Registered as N44977. Registered 11Dec47 to Sanders Aviation, Tempe, AZ; cancelled 9Mar72.
			2827 to civil registry as N45280, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Destroyed during crop spraying at Litchfield Park, AZ 21Aug69 when the aircraft stalled 
				during a turn with a load in high temperatures. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. 
				Preserved and on display on wheels. One of the derelict fuselages stored outside in the yard 
				has the registration ‘N45280’ visible [noted Feb16].
			2831 Registered as N347AG, cancelled. Registered as N3NN, sale reported 5Aug09, cancelled 13Aug13. 
				Preserved and on display at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.
			2832 to civil registry as N44723, current [Mar 2018]
			2837 to civil registry as N45184, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Queen Creek, AZ 9Aug74 when the aircraft 
				collided with low wires. Destroyed during crop spraying 4May90. The pilot inadvertently 
				flew into the ground while returning to land after the lid to the hopper came open 
				side-slipping to find the flagman, spraying the pilot with the chemical. Dumped load 
				but sulphur dust partially obscured the visibility of the pilot and when he realized 
				he was descending, the aircraft collided with the ground. Registered 24Apr09 to the 
				Iowa Military Aviation Heritage Museum, Ankeny, IA. Stored at the Iowa Aviation Heritage Museum; 
				restoration project.
			2838 to civil registry as N4254S, expired 19Nov96, cancelled 17Apr13. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2841	Registered 5Apr45 as N44927, cancelled 10Apr72
			2843 to civil registry as N44978, current [Mar 2018]
			2845	Registered 30Nov44 as N44728, cancelled 7Dec70. 
			2848	Registered as N44934. Registered 24Jun57 to Hemet Valley Flying Service Co., Hemet, CA; cancelled 20May65.
			2851 to civil registry as N44745, expired 31Jul16, cancelled 15Apr14 on export to Brazil. 
				Substantially damaged during banner towing when the engine failed and the airplane crash landed 
				in a marshy area at Atlantic City, NJ 22Aug71. 
			2852	Registered as N44950, cancelled 20May65.
			2857	Registered as N45082, cancelled 20May65
			2859 Registered 3Sep92 as N991PT, current [Mar18]. On June 27, 2008 the airplane was being flown from 
				Waco, Texas to Chino, California, when the pilot of the aircraft chose the airport in Odessa, Texas 
				as a fuel stop and landed on a closed runway. Upon landing the aircraft hit a barricade damaging 
				the left landing gear wheel, and hit a second barricade which folded the left rear leg under the 
				aircraft. The aircraft came to a stop on the edge of the runway
			2860 to civil registry as N2860, current [Mar18]. Damaged during a forced landing after engine failure 
				in cruise 22Aug81 caused by a broken fitting blocking the fuel flow
			2863	Registered as N44863, cancelled 1Oct65. Destroyed when stalled taking off at Mesa, AZ 11Sep65
			2864 to civil registry as N45255, current [Mar18]. San Tan Dusters Inc. Converted for agriculture and 
				pest control. Stored dismantled at Coolidge, AZ 2017
			2865 Registered as N773N, current [Mar18]. Registered 10Sep97 to Ramjet Aircraft Corporation, Anoka, 
				Minneapolis, MN. Registered 1Mar02 to Olympic Jet Inc, Olympia, WA. Ferried Anoka, MN to 
				Olympia, WA May02. To private owner 18Dec06. Forced landing 9Oct10. The flight started at 
				Toledo Express airport on October 9, 2010. After approximately 30 minutes of taxi/idle time 
				the aircraft took off and departed the pattern to the south, cruising altitude was 1,500 feet. 
				After approximately 7 to 10 minutes in the air, the pilot noticed a different smell (oil); 
				within approximately 30 seconds of the smell the pilot saw white smoke coming out of the 
				exhaust and immediately felt a violent vibration coming from the engine. Pilot immediately 
				turned back towards Toledo Express airport and within 30 seconds lost all power, the propeller 
				wound down to a complete stop (not windmilling). The pilot made a forced landing in a cut 
				soybean field with no damage to property, crops or aircraft. Airworthy [2013].
			2866 to civil registry as N45179, cancelled 10Mar17. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2874	Registered as N45303, cancelled. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Substantially 
				damaged when the airplane nosed over landing at Chico, CA 18May67. Substantially damaged when 
				the airplane stalled circling at low altitude waiting for another aircraft to depart the 
				landing strip at Richvale, CA 19Apr76.
			2875	Registered as N45012, cancelled. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Derelict 
				fuselage stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			2876	Registered as N44980. Registered 12May47 to Marsh Aviation Co., Phoenix, AZ; cancelled 22Nov55.
			2877	Registered as N45050. Registered 4Oct57 to Valley Air Pest Control, Brawley, CA; cancelled 25Jun73. 
				Data plate reported extant at Lincoln, CA [2013].
			2878 to civil registry as N45296, currrent [Mar 2018]
			2879 to civil registry as N61829. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered 5Feb80 to 
				Basic Bible Church Of America, Twin City Airport, MN; expired 6Oct90, cancelled 29Oct14.
			2881 to civil registry as N44981, revoked 14Jan77. San Tan Dusters Inc. Substantially damaged when stalled 
				during takeoff from Mesa, AZ 5Mar67. Stored dismantled at Chandler MAP, AZ [noted Sep74]. [may be 
				stored dismantled at Coolidge, AZ 2017]
			2882	Registered 30Nov44 as N44779, cancelled 7Dec70
			2885 to civil registry as N45163, current [Mar18]. Force landed after fuel starvation on a highway 19Oct86; 
				No damage to aircraft, engine restarted and continued flight. Ground looped when left brake 
				locked up causing the aircraft to veer into a snow bank 29Jan88..
			2892 (MSN 2892) to US Navy Jun 6, 1941.  To NAS Pensacola, FL, to NAS Glenview, IL Apr 5, 1943.
				SOC Nov 24, 1943.  Sold by RFC Dec 15, 1945.  To civil registry as N120BH Nov 9, 1970.  To Military 
				Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, Virginia in May 2011.  N120BH current [Mar 2018]
			2895 Registered as N45296, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			2896 to civil registry as N2896, current [Mar 2018]
			2898	Registered 25Jun47 as N52619, cancelled 28Feb49
			2908	Registered as N45005, cancelled 29Mar74.
			2909 became N45172, cancelled, then registered Apr 78, 1987 OO-JUS, cancelled Apr 27,2006.  then registered F-WZNF 
				Reregistered Oct 3, 2006 as F-AZNF to Amicale J.-B Salis of La Ferte Alais.  Current [Mar18]. 
				Damaged by hail 2014 at La Ferté-Alais; subsequently restored. 
			2910	Registered as N44983. Registered 23Mar54 to Watts Agricultural Service, Woodland, CA; cancelled 9Aug74.
			2920 to civil registry as N9310Z, cancelled 16Sep14. Restored 12Sep16 as N9310Z, current [Mar18]. 
			2930 to civil registry as N9611, revoked 16Jul77. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at 
				Phoenix, AZ 17Aug71. Substantially damaged when ground looped caused by dragging left brake 
				landing at Acton, CA 30Mar73. Stored at Camarillo, CA 1982. Assigned 5Jun02 as N9611, 
				registered 7Sep04, expired 18Sep07, cancelled 23May13. Restored 3Dec13 as N9611, expired 31Dec16. 
				Ferried on April 12, 2015 from Camarillo to Chino, CA.
			2939 to civil registry as N87697, current [Mar18]. The pilot was performing touch and go landings at 
				Lincoln municipal airport, Nebraska 4Aug83. Witnesses observed the pilot make a steep climb 
				following a touch and go landing. The aircraft crashed on airport property. Restoration in progress [2013].
			2948 to civil registry as N9317Z, expired 31Mar94, cancelled 24Nov14. Registered 18Dec62 to Medlock Dusters, 
				Davis University Airport, Davis CA.
			2950	Registered 15Jul46 as N44909, cancelled 5Oct65
			2951 Registered as N9308Z. Medlock Dusters, Davis University Airport, Davis CA c1965. Air Zoo, 
				Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, Kalamazoo, MI. On loan from the Marine Air/Ground 
				Museum, Quantico, VA; renamed National Museum of the Marine Corps. Preserved and on display at the Air Zoo
			2952 NAS Wold-Chamberlain, Minneapolis, MN.   Was flown by Pres. George H. W. Bush during training 
				Apr 26, 1943.  Also flown by Colonel Clarence E. ‘Bud’ Anderson. To civil registry
				as N44839, current [Mar 2018].
			2955	Registered as N44844, cancelled 20May65. 
			2958 to civil registry as N7863C, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			2959 Registered as N6358T, cancelled 18Aug99.  Marked as N6358T in Navy colors on display on board USS Lexington, 
				Corpus Christi, TX, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
			2960	Registered 23Jan61 as N9831Z to San Tan Dusters Inc., cancelled 13Oct81. Substantially damaged 
				when ground looped and nosed over landing at Queen Creek, AZ 11Sep70. Stored dismantled at Coolidge, AZ 2017.
			2961 to civil registry as N44873, current [Mar18]. Damaged when the pilot lost control on landing rollout, 
				the airplane ground looped and nosed over 8Aug91. Damaged when the left brake seized on landing 
				rollout, the airplane ground looped and nosed over 27Jun92. On May 16, 2013 the airplane made a 
				forced landing on the taxyway adjacent to the runway at Albuquerque International Sunport airport 
				after losing power. The aircraft received minor. The aircraft was being relocated from Chico, CA 
				to Winterport, ME and this leg of the flight started in Winslow, AZ.
			2972	Registered as N45323, cancelled 29Nov12. Force landed on a road when the engine lost power caused 
				by a fuel line failure 1Jun90. 
			2974 to civil registry as N45307, expired 26Jul11, cancelled 31Oct17. Converted for agriculture and 
				pest control. Substantially damaged during crop spraying after engine failure when the airplane 
				was too low to land in an adjacent field and collided with a fence at Orland, CA 5Apr71. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying after the airplane was overloaded during takeoff 
				and hit a dirt bank at Nelson, CA 24Apr73; returning to land, the airplane ground looped, 
				hit a ditch and nosed over.
			2975	Registered as N45289, cancelled. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Destroyed when the 
				airplane was fully loaded, stalled after takeoff downwind and struck a hill at Richvale, CA 21May80.
			2982	Registered as N135R, cancelled 11Jun70. 
			2984 to civil registry as N45010, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			2985 to civil registry as N45279, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Dismantled and in storage [2013].
			2986 to civil registry as N45131, cancelled. Registration N45131 assigned 29Jan96, ntu. San Tan Dusters Inc. 
				Stored dismantled at Chandler MAP, AZ [noted Sep74].Registered 8Jan08 as N45131, current [Mar18]. 
				Post restoration first flight took place on September 5, 2008 at Eagles Nest airport in Ione, CA.
			2989	Registered as N44816, cancelled 24May71. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying after fuel exhaustion when the airplane nosed over 
				landing at Calipatria, CA 17Sep64. Restored 8Dec14 as N44816, current [Mar18].
			2994 to civil registry as N45159, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jul12. Converted for agriculture and 
				pest control. Registration N45159 assigned 9Jan13, cancelled 20May15.
			2996 registered Apr 27, 1972 as N12063, current [Mar 2018].  Noted September 2003 at Historic 
				Aircraft Restoration Museum, Creve Coeur AP, St Louis, MO
			2999 to civil registry as N45287, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			3004 to civil registry as N9834Z, current [Mar 2018]
			3006	Registered as N45055. Registered 16Oct52 to Westaire Service, Rio Vista, CA; cancelled 4Jan71.
			3008	Registered as N44809, cancelled 24May71.
			3022 Delivered to US Navy 19Aug41; Naval Air Intermediate Training (NAIT) Center, NAS Corpus Christi, 
				TX Aug41; VN4D8, Naval Auxiliary Air Station (NAAS) Barin Field, Foley, AL Jan45; overhaul Jul45; 
				Naval Air Intermediate Training (NAIT) Center, NAS Pensacola, FL Jul45; VN7D8, NAS Pensacola, FL Nov45; 
				fixed landing gear replaced by a float at NAS Norfolk, VA; VN8D5, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 13Jun46; 
				stored Apr48. Preserved by National Air and Space Museum 1961. Loaned to the US Naval Academy, 
				Annapolis, Maryland 1979. Displayed in Dahlgren Hall hanging from the building’s rafters above the 
				ice hockey rink. Removed 11Jun02 and transported to the Paul E. Garber preservation, restoration 
				and storage facility in Suitland, Maryland. On display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near 
				Washington Dulles International Airport, VA.
			3032 to civil registry as N44843, current [Mar18]. On August 3, 2002 the airplane sustained minor 
				damage when it departed the runway during landing rollout after a crosswind landing at 
				Santa Teresa airport, Santa Teresa, NM. The ferry flight was being flown by the new owner from 
				Fort Stockton, TX to Fresno, CA.
			3033 to civil registry as N44874, cancelled. Registered as N874, cancelled. Registered as N44874, 
				current [Mar18]. Damaged when force landed 9Jul16. The pilot was enroute to his home airport 
				at 2,000 feet when the engine experienced a bang followed by partial loss of power. 
				Subsequently, smoke was emanating from the exhaust and oil coming from the engine compartment. 
				The pilot set up for an emergency landing in a field. During the turn to final the engine seized. 
				The aircraft travelled through the field and was launched over a road when it hit a berm 
				next to the road. It landed on the other side of the road and came to rest on the side of a hill. 
				The gear collapsed when the aircraft came to a stop. The pilot and passenger exited the aircraft 
				with no injuries.
			3042	Registered as N44846, cancelled 8Apr76. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged while parked in a collision by N3N-3 N45217 [Bu4506] which ground 
				looped on landing at Gilbert, AZ 3Jun64. Substantially damaged during takeoff at Yuma, AZ 
				3Mar68 when the landing struck a hole in the runway, the airplane ground looped and the 
				landing gear collapsed. Substantially damaged during crop spraying at Ripley, CA 18Feb76 
				when the aircraft collided with trees while trying to find the flagman and returning to land.
			3046 Accepted by US Navy Sep41. NAS Pensacola, FL. US Naval Academy, NAS Annapolis, MD 1947. 
				Registered as N6399T, cancelled. National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL 1978. 
				Renamed National Naval Aviation Museum. Preserved and on display on wheels
			3050	Registered as N4743C, cancelled 17Sep68. Substantially damaged after the engine failed during 
				takeoff, the airplane stalled in a steep left bank and crashed at Hopewell, VA 11Feb67.
			3053	Registered as N9884Z, cancelled 21Nov74.
			3060 to civil registry as N44877, registration pending 2Jan18
			3061 to civil registry as N44920, expired 31Mar13, cancelled 14Aug13. Substantially damaged after 
				engine failure when the airplane collided with trees landing at Chelan Falls, WA 16Sep64.
			3065	Registered as N44875, cancelled 1Jun77. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Destroyed during crop spraying of sugar beet by an explosion of the sulphur in the load hopper 
				during takeoff at Brawley, CA 14Apr77. The aircraft was engulfed in flames during the last 
				takeoff of the day; the airplane had not been bonded as required by an Airworthiness Directive issued 1948.
			3066	Registered as N44878, cancelled 21Jan71. 
			3067 to civil registry as N44937, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			3068 to civil registry as N44935, expired 30Sep13, cancelled 9Oct14. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			3069 to civil registry as N44938, sale reported 26Sep16, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			3071	Registered as N44936. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered to Marsh Aviation, Yuma, AZ; 
				revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jul12. Substantially damaged during crop spraying alfalfa at Somerton, AZ 
				19Aug69 when the aircraft force landed with fuel exhaustion in the alfalfa field and nosed over.
3073/3130	Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-2 Kingfisher
			3073 on display on stern of battleship North Carolina in Wilmington, NC harbor. 
			3075 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Feb 6, 1943 to May 24, 1943.
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
			3078 lost in SW Pacific May 17, 1943
			3088 attached to USS Mackinac, lost enroute to Santa Cruz in south Pacific Nov 9, 1942
			3090 (VS-5) assigned to bermuda, lost in north Atlantic Jun 3, 1942.
			3092 in midair collision May 8, 1944 with OS2U-3 5422 1/2 mile S of NAS Pensacola, FL
			3093 to US Coast Guard as 3093 Feb 1, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Sep 15, 1944
			3108 (VN-7 D6) lost at Sitka, Alaska Jun 30, 1942
			3114 to US Coast Guard as 3114 Feb 1, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Sep 15, 1944
3131/3143	Douglas R4D-1
			Navy equivalent of C-47
			3131 (MSN 4204) to US Navy Anacostia Feb 03, 1942 - To US Marince Corps at MCAS Quantico Jul 09, 1942 - 
				Cherry Point Dec 27, 1944 - Quantico Jul 1945 - SOC Apr 20, 1946.
				To N15374
			3132 (MSN 4222) To US Marine Corps  at BAD-2 Feb 28, 1942 - MAW-1 Apr 07, 1942 - VMJ-152 Apr 08, 1942 - 
				Alameda Apr 21, 1942 - HDN MAG-35, El Centro Jan 1944 - SOC May 31, 1945.
			3133 (MSN 4223) to US Marine Corps Feb 27, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 Jun 15, 1942 - 
				VMJ-252 Jun 23, 1942 - Cherry Point Jul 1945 - Alameda Apr 1946 - Pool-FAETU Pac Team Jan 1947
				SOC Feb 28, 1947.  To civilian registry as NC95433 (Pioneer Airlines - Transocean), 
				TJ-ABH (Lsd to Air Jordan Jul 1952), JY-ABH (Rr Apr 1954), N9896F (Transocean Jan 26, 1956), 
				JY-ABH (Lsd again to Air Jordan Nov 1957), N9896F (Libyan Aviation Co 27 Oct 1958),
				N483F (Diamond Leasing Corp, Reno, NV. 1966, then ATC Inc, Valetta, Malta Jan 11 1977 but leased
				continuously to LAVCO).  Taken over by Libyan Army for target practice, but current on USCAR Mar 2003.
			3134 (MSN 4224) to US Navy Norfolk 28 Feb 1942 - VR-7 Mar 03, 1943 - crashed
				on takeoff Zandry Airfield, Surinam Oct 12, 1943.  6 killed.
			3135 (MSN 4225) to US Marine Corps Mar 02, 1942 - BAD-2 - MAW-2 Apr 09, 1942 - VMJ-253 Jun 15, 1942 - 
				Alameda Mar 24, 1943 - Camp Kearney Jun 23, 1943 - El Centro Jun 01, 1945 - MAG-35 Jul 1945 - 
				El Toro Jan 1946 - HDN MAG-25 Jul 24, 1946 - SOC Jan 31, 1947.  To civilian registry as 
				NC95487 (Pacific Southwest Airlines 1949), N57V (Piedmont Airlines ‘P/m Tarheel’ - Charlotte Aircraft Corp
				Apr 30, 1962). Sold to Spanish AF as T3-42, then back to civilian registry as G-BFXB (Fairoaks 
				Aviation Services Ltd), then XA-JIH (Aerovias Oaxaquenas SA Sep 79).   Wfu.
			3136 (MSN 4226) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 07, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 04, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Corpus Christi Apr 1945 - VR-3 Jan 1946 - Jacksonville Mar 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.
				To civilian registry as PP-CCP (Cruzeiro ‘Jurema’ Sep 06, 1948).  Crashed Guanabara Bay, 
				Rio de Janerio Oct 21, 1954.
			3137 (MSN 4227) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 07, 1942 - VR-7 Aug 21, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				VRS-1 Jan 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC49789 with
				The Babb Co. Inc Glendale, CA 1949.  Registration canceeled Aug 178, 1969.  Mutual Defense Assistance
				Program as 49-26xx.  Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA for export to 
				Royal Hellenic AF as 49-26xx
			3138 (MSN 4228) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 08, 1942 - VR-1 Mar 31, 1942 - VR-7 Aug 25, 1943 - 
				NATS Nov 01, 1943 - VRF-3 Jan 1946 - Jacksonville Feb 1946 - SOC Jun 30, 1946.  To civilian registry 
				as N6679C (One Mark Eng. Co, Van Nuys, CA. 1967).  Current on USCAR Mar 2003 as 
				C-47 (Sale reported).  Spares or export?
			3139 (MSN 4229) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 17, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				PCA Roanoke Oct 1944 - VRF-4 Jan 1945 - VRF-1 Oct 1945 - Quonset Point Jan 1947 - SOC Feb 28, 1947
			3140 (MSN 4280) to US Marine Corps Apr 01, 1942 - MAS Cherry Point Jul 24, 1943 - SOC Aug 31, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as PP-KAA (VIABRAS Jan 08, 1948), PP-ANS (TAN Aug 1953 - REAL Sep
				1956 to Nov 12, 1961).  Sold to Argentina AF (Operated as T-38, later TC-38) and transfered to 
				Argentina Civil Aviation as LQ-IPC May 04, 1966.  Crashed Las Hiqueras, Rio Cuarto May 05, 1969. 
				Later rebuilt and returned to Argentina AF as TC-27 until wfu Jan 1989.  Sold to Manuel
				Antih as part of a museum to be created in Pacheco.  Last noted derelict Pacheco 2001.
			3141 (MSN 4281) to US Marine Corps Mar 30, 1942 - MAW-1, San Diego - Douglas Aug 13, 1942 - 
				VMJ-253 Sep 14, 1942 - Alameda Jul 08, 1943 - MAG-26 Nov 1943 - El Centro Jan 1944 - SOC Oct
				31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC21902 (Pan American Airways 1946), XA-GEU (CMA Apr 04, 1952 - 
				Aero Maya 1969 - SAESA Sep 1969).  Wfu before 1981
			3142 (MSN 4282) to US Marine Corps Mar 30, 1942 - MAW-1, San Diego - VMJ-152 Mar 30, 1942 - MAG-53, Corvallis Aug 1943 - 
				El Centro Jan 1944 - Servon-33 Jul 24, 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC41046
				(Various owners/operators), XT-CTM (Gob. Territorio de Quintana Roo Dec 1971).  Cancelled before 1981.
			3143 (MSN 4283) to US Marine Corps Mar 30, 1942 - MAW-2, San Diego - VMJ-252 Apr 06, 1942 - VMJ-353 May 01,
				1944 - Hit dump truck on runway May 01, 1944.  SOC Jul 06, 1944.
3144		Boeing XPBB-1
			MSN 2129
3145/3394	Stearman N2S-1
			MSN 75-922/75-1171.  Stearman Aircraft Model A75N1
			3145 (MSN 75-922)
			3146 (MSN 75-923) registered as N50070. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application when the 
				pilot misjudged the altitude and clearance starting a swathe run and struck an earth bank during a 
				practice run with water near Clarendon Municipal Airport, Roe, AR 29Sep74. Registration cancelled 5Dec74
			3147 (MSN 75-924) Registered as N50072. Substantially damaged during practice for aerial application when the 
				airplane nosed over after landing on the landing strip at Tucker, AR 27Sep65. Damaged in a collision taxying 
				for takeoff when Piper PA-28, N171ER was struck on the run-up area at Daytona Beach, FL 15May90. 
				Substantially damaged at Lafayette Airport, Deland, FL 4Apr92. The pilot attempted to land the airplane 
				on a sod airstrip and lost control when he encountered a gusty crosswind condition. The airplane bounced 
				and drifted off the runway. A wing tip struck the ground and the airplane nosed over. Registration expired 30Jun13; 
				cancelled 17Dec14.
			3150 (MSN 75-927) Registered 17Jun48 as NC50088; cancelled 28Nov55
			3152 (MSN 75-929) Registered as NC54556; cancelled 24Aug54 on export to Cuba. 
				Registered in Cuba as CU-N561 or CU-N562
			3154 (MSN 75-931)  Registered as N48175; cancelled 11Oct55.
			3159 (MSN 75-936)  Registered as N54552; cancelled 30Nov55
			3162 (MSN 75-939) Registered as N54561; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Aug12
			3163 (MSN 75-940) was registered N4079, canceeled May 19 2014 on export to France,  registered as F-HDVD Jul 22, 2014.
				Current Oct 2020
			3167 (MSN 75-944) Registered as N75307; cancelled 7Aug89. Registered 17Sep20 as VH-UJO; current [Oct20]
			3169 (MSN 75-946)  Registered as N50065; cancelled 14Dec12 on export to Brazil. Registered as PR-ZLU
			3170 (MSN 75-947) Registered as N50054. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
				engine failed with fuel exhaustion after spraying melons and nosed over during the forced landing 
				on soft wet ground at Topeka, IL 28Jul73. Registration cancelled 7May74.
			3173 (MSN 75-950) Registered as N50057. Reregistered 1978 as N9PK. Modified as a Super Stearman. 
				Reregistered as N707TJ; current [Oct20]. Operated by AeroSuperBatics Ltd, Rencomb, Cirencester, 
				England as a display and wing-walking team in UK and worldwide. 
				Successive sponsors were: Yugo Cars; Cadbury’s Crunchie [1992/98]; St Ivel Utterly Butterly [1999/07]; 
				Guinot [2008/09]; Breitling [2010/17]..
			3174 (MSN 75-951) registered as N48188, current Oct 2020
			3176 (MSN 75-953) Registered as N54562; cancelled 18Apr13
			3178 (MSN 75-955)  Registered as N50076. Crashed during aerial application dusting rice when the airplane
				struck aircraft N55374 (41-8778) pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Vinton, LA 10Jun67 (pilot killed); 
				the other aircraft was on approach to land at an adjacent strip. Registration current [Oct20]
			3179 (MSN 75-956)  Registered as N54563; current [Oct20].
			3180 (MSN 75-957)  Registered as N71BA; current [Oct20].
			3181  (MSN 75-958)  Registered as N545WP; current [Oct20]. Based in the Netherlands
			3182 (MSN 75-959)  Registered as N75308; cancelled 16May49
			3183 (MSN 75-960) 
			3184 (MSN 75-961) Registered as N50067; cancelled 5Nov80.
			3185 (MSN 75-962) Registered as N50142. Substantially damaged when 
				overshot landing in New Jersey 20Apr76. Damaged when the airplane nosed 
				over landing in gusty winds at Evansville, IN 1May93. Registration current [Oct20].
			3186 (MSN 75-963) Registered as N48180; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 7Aug12
			3187 (MSN 75-964) Registered as N79494; cancelled 27Apr72
			3188 (MSN 75-965) Registered as N50022; current [Oct20]
			3189 (MSN 75-966)
			3190 (MSN 75-967) Registered as N48182. Registered 3Mar05 to American Airpower 
				Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX. Damaged in collision with Beech A36, N4808M 
				while taxying at Santa Ana, CA 30Jun80. Substantially damaged at McCampbell-Porter 
				Airport, Ingleside, TX 25Oct16. The pilot was conducting a personal flight in the tail 
				wheel-equipped airplane in the airport traffic pattern. He reported making two 
				uneventful stop-and-go landings before the accident takeoff. The third takeoff was 
				uneventful until the tail became airborne, and the airplane began to veer to the right. 
				He applied back stick pressure to become airborne, and upon liftoff, the airplane continued 
				to yaw right. He reduced airplane pitch to increase airspeed, but the airplane continued to 
				yaw right, and it subsequently entered an uncommanded right roll with a slight nose-up 
				pitch attitude. The pilot was unable to regain control with full left rudder and left aileron 
				inputs, and the airplane impacted terrain in a right?wing-low attitude. The airplane subsequently 
				nosed over and came to rest inverted. Resident at Commemorative Air Force-Third Coast Squadron, 
				Alice, TX. Registration current [Oct20]
			3191 (MSN 75-968)
			3192 (MSN 75-969) Registered 26Oct50 as N48187; cancelled 21May60
			3193 (MSN 75-970) Registered as N50074. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
				forests when the engine failed with fuel exhaustion during a swathe run and struck trees during 
				the forced landing at El Dorado, AR 8Jun66 (1INJ). Registered as N373VU. The pilot was flying his 
				aircraft in the traffic pattern around the Paris, Texas airport 18Jul19 when he experienced an engine 
				failure. He elected to land in a pasture as he deemed he did not have enough altitude and airspeed 
				to safely reach the airport. The pilot landed safely in a pasture just across Highway 271, 4,143 feet 
				from the approach end of the runway. Registration current [Oct20
			3194 (MSN 75-971) Registered as N50085. Registered as N772WM. The aircraft swerved to the 
				right during landing at Gallup, NM 15Jul88. The pilot attempted to correct with left rudder and 
				brake but to no avail. The aircraft ground looped to the right and departed the runway. The left main 
				gear was torn off in the soft dirt off the right side of the runway. The lower left wing was torn off, 
				damaging the upper left wing. Registered as N62TS; current [Oct20]. Based in Portugal with Association 
				Museological Aero Fenix; later registered in United Kingdom
			3195 (MSN 75-972)  Registered as N65648. The accident occurred while landing at the Rhynalds Ranch Airport, 
				Bealton, VA 24Sep10. The purpose of the flight was for the pilot under instruction to conduct air work 
				and grass field landings. He was seated in the rear seat and the CFI was seated in the front seat. 
				The student stated that the CFI was on the flight controls in conjunction with him since it was going to 
				be his first landing on a grass strip. The CFI stated that he advised the student that the student had 
				authority over the flight controls to which he received an acknowledgement. On the first touchdown, 
				the tail wheel-equipped airplane bounced and became airborne, then touched down a second time. 
				After the second touchdown, when the airplane began turning to the right, the flight instructor took 
				over authority of the flight controls and applied left rudder, which was ineffective. The airplane then 
				ground-looped 90 degrees and struck a cluster of trees. The airplane incurred damage to both lower wings. 
				Registration current [Oct20]
			3197 (MSN 75-974) registered as N50091.  Current Oct 2020
			3199 (MSN 75-976) Registered 7Mar46 as NC54882; cancelled 4Mar49
			3201 (MSN 75-978) Registered as N50050; cancelled 23Apr74.
			3204 (MSN 75-981)  Registered as N54545. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying corn 
				when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled during takeoff at Hawarden, IA 29Jul69; t
				he airplane was overloaded and the pilot was fatigued. Registration cancelled 24Jan18
			3205 (MSN 75-982)  Registered as N54503; cancelled 24Feb71
			3206 (MSN 75-983)  Registered as N54588; cancelled 15Aug51 on export to Mexico
			3207 (MSN 75-984) Registered as N50050. Registered as N61V. Substantially damaged when the aircraft was 
				landed into a strong left crosswind, experienced a loss of directional control, followed by a 
				ground loop, and nosed over at Rochester, IN 28Sep87. Registration current [Oct20].
			3209 (MSN 75-986)  Registered 5May48 as NC50053; cancelled 28Nov55
			3210 (MSN 75-987)  Registered as N50077; cancelled 20May65
			3211 (MSN 75-988)  Registered 17Mar48 as NC54589; cancelled 15Nov48
			3212 (MSN 75-989) Registered as N50073; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 14Sep12
			3213 (MSN 75-990)
			3214 (MSN 75-991) Registered as N50068; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 10Aug12
			3215 (MSN 75-992) Registered as N54590; cancelled 4Jan71.
			3216 (MSN 75-993)  Registered as N48190. The airplane struck water while maneuvering near Sayville,
				 Long Island, New York 5Nov94. The airplane was destroyed, and the pilots were fatally injured. 
				The airplane was observed departing; several witnesses on the ground said the airplane performed
				 a loop maneuver, but it failed to recover and struck the water in a nose low attitude. One witness, 
				who reported he observed the accident while in flight, reported seeing the airplane in a steep left turn, 
				when the nose dropped and the airplane entered a spin to the left. The airplane recovered from the 
				spin when it struck the water in a wings level, slightly nose-low attitude. The airplane was recovered 
				from the water 8Nov94. Both lower wings were bent aft, with more bending toward outboard. 
				The outboard sections of the upper wings were bent forward. The landing gear had separated from 
				the fuselage in a rearward direction. The engine and engine mount had separated from the fuselage. 
				The bolts on the top of the engine mount bolts were pulled out. The lower mount was buckled and the 
				bolts bent. All flight control cables were attached. A control tube used between the cockpit elevator 
				control and the elevator was fractured at a bend behind the cockpit. All seatbelt and shoulder harness 
				attach points were still attached. The engine was rotated by hand and compression was evident in all 
				cylinders. The spark plugs were gray in appearance. Both propeller blades were splintered; one next 
				to the hub and the other at mid-span. The left side rudder horn was fractured near the outboard end. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			3217 (MSN 75-994) Registered 8Jan48 as NC50146; cancelled 23Jan50
			3218 (MSN 75-995)
			3219 (MSN 75-996) Registered as N54560. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
				cotton when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Florence, AL 25Sep64. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			3223 (MSN 75-1000)  Registered 21Jun45 as NC54591; cancelled 8Mar49.
			3227 (MSN 75-1004)  Registered as N54553; cancelled 1Mar54 on export to Mexico
			3230 (MSN 75-1007) Registered 15Oct45 as NC48178; cancelled 14Jan55.			
			3231 (MSN 75-1008) Registered 28Jan47 as NC54592; cancelled 30Dec48
			3234 (MSN 75-1011) Registered as N61600. Substantially damaged when the engine failed and the airplane 
				struck a ditch during the forced landing on a private Grauf airstrip at Hughson, CA 18Feb81. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			3236 (NSN 75-1013) Registered 15Oct45 as NC48186. Registered as N78R; current [Oct20].
			3237 (MSN 75-1014) Registered as N50069; cancelled 7Jul77
			3239 (MSN 75-1016) Registered as N61603. Ueding Flying Service, Vincennes, IN. Operated for 
				Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; 
				sprayer code 24. Registration current [Oct20]
			3240 (MSN 75-1017)  Registered as N48199; current [Oct20].
			3246 (MSN 75-1023)  Registered as N61525; current [Oct20].
			3249 (MSN 75-1026) Registered 27Dec94 as N5450M; cancelled 6Mar18
			3250 (MSN 75-1027)  Registered as N25514; cancelled 24May54.
			3251 (MSN 75-1028) registered as N48193.  current [Oct20]. Based at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain.
			3256 (MSN 75-1033)  Registered as N61604. Mid Continent Aerial Sprayers Inc., Hayti, MO.
				Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; 
				sprayer code 432. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application seeding rice when the pilot failed 
				to maintain directional control taking off and struck an earth bank on the landing strip at 
				Beedeville, AR 3Apr69. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Aug13.
			3258 (MSN 75-1035) Registered as N48177; cancelled 14Oct14
			3260 (MSN 75-1037) Registered as N50082. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting rice 
				when the pilot used excessive brakes approaching the loading area after landing and 
				nosed over at Le Gros Memorial Airport, Crowley, LA 6Nov70. Substantially damaged during 
				aerial application dusting rice when the airplane was overloaded, stalled during climb after 
				takeoff and struck trees at Cowen Airport, Mermentau, LA 17May72. Substantially damaged 
				at Silver Wings Airport Fredricksburg, TX 26Jun12. The pilot reported that he was landing and 
				that the landing roll out was smooth as the tail came down. He indicated that then there was 
				no rudder control and the airplane veered left. He brought the control stick back and applied 
				right brake. The propeller struck the runway and the airplane nosed over. The vertical tail 
				and rudder sustained substantial damage during the nose over. Registration current [Oct20].
			3266 (MSN 75-1043)  Registered 22Apr48 as NC50148; cancelled 21Oct55
			3267 (MSN 75-1044)  Registered as N69765. Owned by actor Steve McQueen c1979 until his death 7Nov80. 
				Registration current [Oct20]
			3268 (MSN 75-1045) Registered as N50139. Yesterdays Wings, Mesa, AZ. Registered as N52RE. Substantially 
				damaged when ground looped, possibly caused by a local whirlwind, and nosed over landing 
				at Scottsdale Municipal Airport, AZ 2Jun79. Registration cancelled 4Jan18
			3271 (MSN 75-1048) Registered as N51034. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost directional 
				control during landing, possibly caused by wake turbulence from a preceding jet aircraft, and veered 
				off the runway at Scottsdale Municipal Airport, AZ 20Jan90. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			3278 (MSN 75-1055) Registered as N50149. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
				cotton when the pilot looked back at the field at the end of a swathe run and collided with 
				Stearman N66585 on approach to land at Southland Flying Service Airport, Tchula, MS 13Oct67. 
				Substantially damaged during aerial application when the airplane struck a windmill tower 
				pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Covington, OK 8Apr81. Registration current [Oct20]
			3280 (MSN 75-1057) Registered as N54565. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
				grain fields when the pilot placed the propeller into high pitch after liftoff, failed to maintain 
				flying speed and stalled into a creek at a private airstrip at Cape Charles, VA 22May76. 
				Registration current [Oct20]. US Coast Guard colors as 207; based at Aachen-Merzbruck airfield in Germany
			3282 (MSN 75-1059) Registered 28Jul50 as CF-GAR. Leavens Brothers Air Services Ltd, Essex, Ontario. 
				Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952; 
				sprayer code 22. Operated 1953-58 as sprayer code 78. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				when the engine lost power as an oil leak reduced pressure and the right upper and lower wings were 
				damaged during the forced landing on a road one mile east of Lake Matane, Quebec 25Jun55. 
				General Airspray Ltd., St Thomas, Ontario. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce
				 budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 78. Crashed and destroyed during aerial 
				application spraying insecticide when, after takeoff, the airplane failed to perform normally, the load 
				was jettisoned without improving performance and struck tree tops during the forced landing ½ mile 
				east of the airstrip at Franklin, Quebec 27May67. Registration cancelled 24Oct67
			3283 (MSN 75-1060) Registered as N48204; cancelled 2Jun65
			3285 (MSN 75-1062) Registered as N50212; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 10Aug12
			3286  (MSN 75-1063) Registered as N49256; current [Oct20]
			3289 (MSN 75-1066)  Registered 13Oct47 as N54558; cancelled 28Mar55
			3296 (MSN 75-1073) Registered as N50164. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the airplane 
				struck Stearman N50744 [42-15620] landing on a prepared landing strip at Holley, 
				Homestead, FL 29Nov64. Registration cancelled 29Oct13
			3297 (MSN 75-1074) Registered as N50060; cancelled 12Jun72
			3298 (MSN 75-1075) Registered as N54502; cancelled 3Dec71.
			3299  (MSN 75-1076) Registered 20Jul45 as NC48185; cancelled 31Mar55.
			3302 (MSN 75-1079)  Registered as N51028. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				spraying rice when the airplane stalled avoiding power lines pulling up at the end of a 
				swathe run at Rosharon, TX 21Jun74. Registration cancelled 12Sep12. 
				Registered 31Dec13 as N51028; current [Oct20].
			3305 (MSN 75-1082)  Registered as N50052. The airplane impacted a tree and a house near 
				Freeman Field Airport, Junction City, Kansas 4Jun11. The pilot reported that there was a 
				loss of engine power shortly after departure. He altered his heading by 10 degrees to 
				avoid higher obstacles, however, the airplane impacted a tree and a house before a 
				forced landing site could be located. Both wings were crushed, bent, and broken 
				during the impact sequence. Registration cancelled 30May18.
			3306 (MSN 75-1083) Registered as N61815; current [Oct20].
			3308 (MSN 75-1085) Registered 11Sep47 as NC50081; cancelled 28Nov55
			3309 (MSN 75-1086) Registered 24May46 as NC54604; cancelled 16Jan52
			3310 (MSN 75-1087) Registered 10Sep47 as NC54506; cancelled 30Nov55
			3312 (MSN 75-1089) Registered as N64947; cancelled 4Jan71
			3313 (MSN 75-1090)  Registered as N54603; current [Oct20].
			3315 (MSN 75-1092) Registered in Mexico as XB-GAK.
			3317 (MSN 75-1094) Registered as N50087. Aerial Crop Service, Carlsbad, CA. Operated for 
				Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-56; 
				sprayer code 97. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 56. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			3319 (MSN 75-1096) Registered as N50166. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
				spraying corn when the airplane struck the crop during a swathe run at Salina, KS 8Jul66. 
				Registration cancelled 25Jun76 on export to the Philippines. Registered as RP-R131
			3321 (MSN 75-1098) Registered as N57623; revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 30Dec19  			
			3322 (MSN 75-1099) Registered as N75045; cancelled 8Oct56
			3323 (MSN 75-1100)  Registered as N9691H. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
				potatoes when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at 
				Northwood, ND 28Jul81 (1INJ). Registration current [Oct20]
			3326 (MSN 75-1103) Registered as N54527; cancelled 7Jan71
			3327 (MSN 75-1104) Registered as N70043. Crashed and destroyed during aerobatics when the 
				airplane hit trees before recovering from a spin at Belmont, ME 10Jul76. Registration current [Oct20].
			3328 (MSN 75-1105)  Registered as N54528; cancelled 11Oct55.
			3331 (MSN 75-1108) Registered as N50056. Substantially damaged when the pilot placed the propeller 
				into low pitch after liftoff, failed to maintain flying speed, struck power lines and nosed over 
				landing in a rice field near Federer Memorial Airport, Brinkley, AR 18Jun70. 
				Registered 8Jun99 as N6393F; current [Oct20].
			3333 (MSN 75-1110) Registered as N54602; cancelled 16Feb54
			3335 (MSN 75-1112) Registered as N54601. Modified as A75L300. Registration current [Oct20].
			3336 (MSN 75-1113) Registered as N25502. Registered as N341AA. Registered as TI-386F. Registered 11Jan94 
				as N341AA. Champion World War II Military Trainer/Liaison award at 50th EAA AirVenture, 
				Oshkosh, WI 2002. Registration current [Oct20].
			3338 (MSN 75-1115)  Registered as N50094; cancelled 31Dec70
			3339 (MSN 75-1116)  Registered 7Apr45 as NC48197 to Delta Air Lines, Inc - Dusting Division, Monroe, LA; 
				sprayer code 101. Registration cancelled 23Sep55.
			3340 (MSN 75-1117)  Registered as N50093. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
				budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 444. Substantially damaged during 
				aerial application spraying beans when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled 
				turning around during a swathe run at Batesville, MS 25May67. Registration cancelled 9Nov67
			3341 (MSN 75-1118) Registered 20Jan47 as NC48198; cancelled 3Nov48.
			3342 (MSN 75-1119)  Registered as N64079; cancelled.
			3344 (MSN 75-1121) Registered as N61816; current [Oct20]. Suspended from the ceiling of the 
				Le Mieux and Son, Toyota dealership in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
			3345 (MSN 75-1122) Registered as N3997L; current [Oct20
			3346 (MSN 75-1123)  Registered as N54639; cancelled 23Aug56 on export to Mexico.
			3347 (MSN 75-1124) Flown by US President George H.W. Bush when he was a naval aviation cadet. 
				Registered 26Apr45 as NC50061; current as N50061 [Oct20].
			3350 (MSN 75-1127) registered as N50162, current Oct 2020
			3351 (MSN 75-1128) Registered as N50167; current [Oct20]
			3353 (MSN 75-1130) registered as N9985H, current Oct 2020
			3356 (MSN 75-1133) Registered as N54557; cancelled 24May76
			3357 (MSN 75-1134) Registered as N48201; cancelled 25Jun73
			3358 (MSN 75-1135) registered as N50058. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 6Jan20. 
				Registered 30Sep20 as N50058; current [Oct20]
			3361 (MSN 75-1138) Registered as N66053. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
				airplane ground looped and nosed over landing on a prepared strip at Kinnear, WY 15Jun79. 
				Registration current [Oct20]
			3364 (MSN 75-1141) Registered as N59765; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 18Dec12
			3367 (MSN 75-1144)  Registered as N64914. Registered as TI-479F. Reregistered Nov75 as TI-AEQ
			3368 (MSN 75-1145)  Registered as N57879; cancelled 17Dec14
			3369 (MSN 75-1146)  Registered as N54600; cancelled 26Jan71
			3370 (MSN 75-1147)  Registered as N50325. Substantially damaged during aerial application when 
				the airplane ground looped caused by failure of the steerable tail wheel housing and struck 
				the crop landing on a prepared area at Maynard, MN 13Aug65. Registration current [Oct20
			3371 (MSN 75-1148)  Registered as N54087. Substantially damaged in a collision after landing at 
				Ellington, Houston, TX 24Sep11. After landing, the pilot was cleared to taxy his airplane 
				to the ramp and was aware that another airplane would be in front of him as he taxyed. 
				As he crossed over an active runway onto the taxyway, he steered straight ahead and did 
				not perform any s-turns to maintain visual contact of the airplane ahead of him. As he
				 cleared the runway, he looked down to change radio frequency and suddenly realized 
				that he needed to look out for the airplane in front of him. When he looked up, he saw the right 
				wing tip of the other airplane and did not have time to stop before he collided into its tail. 
				The collision resulted in substantial damage to the lower right wing spar. The other airplane, 
				Cessna 172R N72566, sustained substantial damage to the entire tail section including the vertical 
				stabilizer, the rudder, the horizontal stabilizer, and the empennage. Registration cancelled 18Apr18. 
				Registered 11Oct19 as N54087; current [Oct20]
			3372 (MSN 75-1149) Registered as N59879. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
				when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run and nosed over 
				landing at Dumas, AR 28Aug65. Registration current [Oct20].
			3379 (MSN 75-1156) NAS Corpus Christi, TX; code 4. Publicity photograph of Alice Greenough Orr, a rodeo 
				performer, visiting NAS Corpus Christi and riding on this airplane. Registered as N52W; sale reported 
				14Jan77, cancelled 12Sep12.
			3380 (MSN 75-1157)  Registered as N57265; cancelled 20May65
			3383 (MSN 75-1160)  Registered as N59766; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Feb20
			3384 (MSN 75-1161)  Registered as N62383. Registered as N6201. Substantially damaged during aerial 
				application seeding crops when the engine failed during takeoff, spraying oil on the windscreen, 
				and nosed over during the forced landing in an alfalfa field adjacent to the landing strip at 
				Bakersfield, CA 15Feb72. The pilot was on a flight to practice aerial application maneuvers. 
				While landing, he applied excessive brake pressure and the airplane nosed over onto its back at 
				Madera, CA 9Jul82. Registration cancelled 24Oct17. Registered 11Dec17 as N6201; current [Oct20].
			3387 (MSN 75-1164) registered as N59528.  Substantially damaged when the engine failed 
				and nosed over during the forced landing at Washington, MO 26Apr92. The flight instructor was 
				giving instruction to the private pilot in takeoff and landings. Shortly after the fourth takeoff, 
				at an estimated altitude of 800' agl, the engine backfired and lost power. Carburettor heat was 
				applied after the power loss. A forced landing was made to a rough field, and the airplane nosed 
				over during the ground roll. An inspection and run-up of the engine failed to disclose any mechanical 
				anomalies. Prevailing meteorological conditions were conducive to the formation of serious 
				carburettor icing. The airplane crashed about ½ mile west of the runway at the Bob White Airport, 
				Zellwood, Florida 16Jan94. The airplane was substantially damaged and the pilot, the sole occupant, 
				sustained serious injuries. The pilot had performed at least four touch-and-go landings and after 
				takeoff following the fourth, he turned left crosswind, then downwind. The flight climbed to a higher 
				than standard altitude to execute a commercial spiral to land maneuver. Witnesses reported that the 
				airplane climbed to about 1,500 feet during the downwind leg. The pilot initiated the spiral for
				landing but is unsure how many turns he completed; however, he recalls turning left base in a 
				45-degree bank. He added power after realizing that the airplane was low and applied control input 
				to stop the turn but the descending turn continued. The airplane impacted the ground nose and 
				left wing low and came to rest upright. Examination of the airplane revealed that the right rudder 
				horn had failed. Additionally, the rudder stops were inspected and found to be installed. 
				Thunderbird Field II Veterans Memorial Inc, Scottsdale, AZ 6Jun17. Displayed in the atrium of 
				the entrance to the Business Terminal at Scottsdale Airport. City of Scottsdale 19Apr19. 
				Registration cancelled 19Apr19
			3388 (MSN 75-1165)  Registered as N59767. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
				airplane wheel struck the joint of a pipe during takeoff and ran into a fence at Shell Road, 
				Nome, TX 24May66. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating beans when 
				the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled turning around during a swathe run at 
				Nome, TX 14Nov80. Registration current [Oct20].
			3390 (MSN 75-1167)  Registered as N56763; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 27May20.
			3392 (MSN 75-1169) in 2009 registered SE-BOZ and marked US Navy 207. Performing at Gothenburg Aero Show at 
				Gothenburg City Airport. Säve, Sweden 28-29 August 2010.
				Conflict:
				SE-BOZ is reported to be previously N56402, MSN 75-294-1169, 40-1737. N56402 was registered with 
				MSN 75294; cancelled 4Aug87
			3393 (MSN 75-1170)  Registered as N49326. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton when the 
				airplane struck telephone wires below power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at 
				Caruthers, CA 23Aug68 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 8May75
			3394 (MSN 75-1171)  Registered as N59831; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 26Mar13
3395/3519	Stearman N2S-3
			MSN 75-1172/75-1296.  Stearman Aircraft Model B75N1
			3396 (MSN 75-1173) Registered as N65293; current [Oct20]
			3397 (MSN 75-1174) became N6734S, then N5580S, cancelled Dec 30, 2004.  Registered Feb 21, 2005 as G-OBEE.  
				Current Oct 2020
			3398 (MSN 75-1175) Registered as N59918; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Apr18
			3402 (MSN 75-1179) Registered as N4912N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				defoliating beans when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during 
				takeoff, ground looped and struck a fence at the Buddy Estes private landing strip, 
				Lake Charles, LA 29Sep75. Sale reported 30Sep97, cancelled 10Dec12
			3403 (MSN 75-1180) NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Registered as N5565N. Registered 15Nov89 
				as G-BRSK; cancelled 3Mar08 on export to USA. Registered 29Apr08 as N75TQ. 
				Remained based in UK. Rebuilt at Priory Farm, Tibenham, Norfolk; first flight 15Apr09. 
				Registration current [Oct20]. For sale Oct20.
			3404 (MSN 75-1181) Registered as N64825; cancelled 14May15
			3405 (MSN 75-1182) Registered 20Oct75 as YS-179P. Registered 21Jul82 as N67194; current [Oct20].
			3406 (MSN 75-1183) Registered as N4473N. The airplane impacted terrain near Wetmore, 
				Colorado 3Jul11. The pilot was fatally injured and the passenger sustained minor injuries. 
				The airplane was substantially damaged and a post impact fire ensued. The local flight 
				originated from the Fremont County Airport (1V6), Canon City, Colorado. The passenger 
				reported that after departing, the airplane was flown at low altitude around several 
				locations before circling the passenger’s home. While flying west from the passenger’s 
				home there was no communication between him and the pilot. The passenger said that 
				the airplane got low and slow, and the airplane’s bank increased. He further reported 
				that the airplane descended and collided with trees. The passenger found the pilot 
				unresponsive and attempted to get the pilot out of the airplane. A fire began and the passenger 
				retreated from the spreading fire. The passenger remarked that there were no changes 
				in engine noise. The wreckage was located on the northern face of a ravine and came to 
				rest in an upright position. The main wreckage consisted of the propeller, engine, and 
				fuselage frame. Both bi-wings were almost completely consumed. Registration cancelled 23Jan18. 
				Registered 29Dec19 as N4473N; current [Oct20].
			3411 (MSN 75-1188) Registered as N5420N; cancelled 30Jun70
			3412 (MSN 75-1189) Registered 24Feb47 as NC66974; expired 30Oct82, cancelled 6May15. 
				Noted in poor condition in Victoria, Australia Jun72
			3413 (MSN 75-1190) Registered as N260N. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
				cotton when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled turning around during a 
				swathe run at Lamont, CA 10Oct66. Substantially damaged during aerial application when 
				the pilot misjudged the altitude and the airplane settled into a cotton field starting a swathe 
				run at Bakersfield, CA 15Aug69. Registration cancelled 25Sep14.
			3414 (MSN 75-1191) Registered as N4908N. Damaged when the pilot lost directional control 
				on a crosswind landing, ground looped to the right when the left wheel shattered from a 
				side load and scraped the wing tip at Manchester, NH 23Sep88. The airplane ground looped 
				during landing roll at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport, Gainesville, Georgia 14Apr03. The airplane 
				was substantially damaged; the pilot and passenger were uninjured. The flight departed 
				Peachtree-Dekalb Airport, Dekalb, Georgia for a sightseeing/pleasure flight over Lake Lanier, 
				with intentions to stop in Gainesville for refreshments. During the landing roll, the airplane 
				ground looped to the left. Examination of the airplane revealed the wings were buckled 
				at the main spar, and the left main landing gear separated from the airframe. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			3416 (MSN 75-1193) dove in at Monroe NE, MI Jun 28, 1942, killing Royal Navy pilot.
			3420 (MSN 75-1197) Registered as N65578. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				spraying cotton when the pilot diverted his attention and the airplane struck a dirt bank 
				during a swathe run at Childress, TX 22May76. Sale reported 18Mar78, cancelled 25Mar13.
			3421 (MSN 75-1198) Registered as N1059N. West Coast Air Service. Operated for Canadian Forest 
				Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 38. 
				Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying fruit orchards when the engine 
				failed after fuel exhaustion and the airplane struck goal posts in a football field during 
				the forced landing at Lindsay, CA 14Apr80. Registration cancelled 2Aug83
			3423 (MSN 75-1200) Registered as N9497H; cancelled 6Jun75
			3426 (MSN 75-1203) Registered as N65109; cancelled 12May75
			3427 (MSN 75-1204) Registered as N65020; cancelled 20Feb14 on export to Poland. 
				Currently registered in Poland as SP-YWW.
			3428 (MSN 75-1205) Registered as N91074. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
				spraying cotton when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run 
				then the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled at Glendora, MS 3Aug70 (pilot killed). 
				Registration cancelled 3Sep70
			3437 (MSN 75-1214) Registered as N64964; cancelled 10Sep74
			3441 (MSN 75-1218)  Registered as NC1193N. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing 
				at the Flying M Ranch Airport, Yerington, NV 22May10. The pilot stated that prior to landing 
				he had overflown the airport and noted both wind socks on the field; he confirmed the wind 
				direction while flying the traffic pattern. During the landing roll the airplane began to turn 
				left and the left wing began to rise. The pilot attempted to regain directional control by 
				applying full right rudder and full left control stick as well as by increasing power. 
				Despite these inputs the airplane continued to turn left and the lower right wing contacted
				the runway surface. The pilot stated that he noticed the airplane was going to exit off the 
				side of the runway so he reduced power to idle. As the airplane left the runway the lower 
				right wing dug into the soft shoulder, sustaining substantial damage. Registration current [Oct20]. 
			3442 (MSN 75-1219)  Registered as N10571. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
				airplane struck power lines undershooting during the approach to landing at Belzoni, MS 18Sep64. 
				Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating cotton when the airplane struck 
				the crop during a swathe run at Belzoni, MS 19Sep65. Registration current [Oct20].
			3443 (MSN 75-1220) Registered as N66163; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 10May13
			3447 (MSN 75-1224)  Registered 10Oct47 as NC4623N; cancelled 6Oct55 on export to El Salvador
			3449 (MSN 75-1226)  Registered as N75171; cancelled 9Feb70. Registered as TI-480F. 
				Reregistered Nov75 as TI-AAO.
			3450 (MSN 75-1227) NAS Jacksonville, FL; code 95. Registered as N63898; revoked 14Jan77, 
				cancelled 6Aug13. Registered as TG-FEC. Noted 2001 as ‘TGFEC’. Noted at Langley, 
				British Columbia, Canada Jul16 with its registration in Canadian style as T-GFEC
			3452 (MSN 75-1229) to civil registry as N1358M.  In Coast Guard livery, number 207. Current Oct 2020
			3455 (MSN 75-1232) NAS Jacksonville, FL, code 96
			3457 (MSN 75-1234) Registered 19Apr49 as N65026; cancelled 19Aug70. Registered 16Feb72 as YS-307A.
			3458 (MSN 75-1235)  Registered as N1018M; cancelled 29Jun70. Frame noted at Miami Springs, FL Nov88
			3465 (MSN 75-1242) Registered 27Mar47 as NC66157; cancelled 13Oct55.
			3466 (MSN 75-1243) Registered as N5156N; cancelled 26Jun18. Registered 10Sep18 as N5156N; current [Oct20]
			3467 (MSN 75-1244)  Registered as N441GH; current [Oct20].
			3468 (MSN 75-1245) crashed at Penny Farms, FL Jan 10, 1942
			3472 (MSN 75-1249) NAS Jacksonville, FL
			3475 (MSN 75-1252) Registered as N74683; current [Oct20].
			3477 (MSN 75-1254) registered as N60390, current Oct 2020
			3478 (MSN 75-1255) Registered as N75031. Substantially damaged when the aircraft experienced a loss of 
				directional control, followed by a ground loop, collided with a ditch and nosed over at Canyon 
				Lake Airport, Fisher, TX 3Apr88. Registration current [Oct20].
			3479 (MSN 75-1256)Registered as N1012M. Crashed after a mid-air collision with 
				Bellanca 7KCAB Citabria, N36252 during a formation photographic sortie at 
				Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX 16Jun80 (1 killed; 1 injured). Registration cancelled 3Aug91.
			3480 (MSN 75-1257) Registered 17Feb47 as NC75466; cancelled 18Apr55.
			3482 (MSN 75-1259) Registered 2Aug55 as N75758; current [Oct20].
			3483 (MSN 75-1260) Registered as N65124; current [Oct20].
			3484 (MSN 75-1261) Registered N64993. Substantially damaged when the engine failed 
				caused by carburettor icing during takeoff and struck an incline during the forced landing 
				on a prepared landing strip at Oak Brook, IL 4Jun78. Registered 14Mar83 as N42S; current [Oct20]
			3486 (MSN 75-1263) Registered as NC79563; cancelled 15Jun54 on export to Mexico. 
				Ferried to Mexico via Brownville, TX 24Apr54. Registered as XB-WOV. Registered 25Feb92 as N4197X; 
				cancelled 3Feb95 on export to United Kingdom. Registered 6Feb95 as G-ISDN; current [Oct20].  
				Flies in USAAF colors with code 14
			3488 (MSN 75-1265) Registered as N60955. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
				crops when the engine lost power caused by faulty spark plugs and landed hard during the 
				forced landing on a prepared landing area at Wilman’s Strip, Olyphant, AR 7Sep64. The airplane 
				experienced a total loss of engine power during a climb from an aborted approach to the 
				pilot's private airstrip near Fredericksburg, Texas 29May19. The pilot performed a forced 
				landing and the airplane impacted terrain. The airplane sustained substantial damage; the 
				pilot received minor injuries. The flight originated from Llano, Texas and was destined 
				to the private airstrip. The pilot reported that he overflew the runway but did not land 
				because he believed the grass was too long. After overflying the airstrip, while the airplane 
				was in a climb, the engine began to run rough and a forced landing was made in rough, 
				uneven, terrain. Registration current [Oct20].  
			3489 (MSN 75-1266) Registered as N75939. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				spraying spinach when the engine failed after a swathe run and the airplane struck a fence 
				during the forced landing at Crystal City, TX 1Nov79. The airplane bounced on landing and 
				the tail started to rise causing the propeller to strike the ground after which the aircraft nosed 
				over onto its back at Frederick, OK 18May85. The airplane collided with the terrain following a 
				loss of control while landing at the Tri-County Regional Airport, Lone Rock, Wisconsin 30Jul97. 
				The airplane was substantially damaged; the pilot was not injured. The airplane had departed 
				from Norman, Oklahoma. During the landing roll the airplane veered uncontrollably to the right. 
				During the turn the left wing contacted the ground. The airplane continued the turn until it came 
				to rest on its nose, 180 degrees opposite to the landing direction. Post accident inspection of the 
				airplane revealed that the crankcase breather tube was routed down the right main landing gear 
				strut thus allowing oil residue to contaminate the right brake. Modified as Super 450 Stearman 1997. 
				Modifications included the installation of a 450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior engine 
				and a large 150 US gal fuel tank. The record for two man circumnavigation in an open-cockpit biplane
				had stood for over 76 years; no pilot has completed a solo circumnavigation in an open cockpit biplane. 
				Stearman World Flight was founded to break the existing record and set the solo record for the 
				first time in the history of aviation. Robert Ragozzino landed his Stearman at Wiley Post Airport. 
				Oklahoma City November 17, 2000 and in so doing broke the 76-year-old record for a round-the-world 
				flight in an open-cockpit biplane. The 23,000-mile journey took 170 days, just breaking the previous 
				record of 175 days set during the summer of 1924 by two Douglas World Cruisers flown by United 
				States Army Air Corps crews. Ragozzino had departed Oklahoma City on June 1, 2000 and proceeded 
				across the Atlantic via Iceland to Britain, on to France, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, South-east Asia, Japan and 
				Russia, before returning to the USA via Alaska. He had hoped to complete the journey in 45 days but
			 	was beset by bad weather, mechanical problems and difficulties with the Russian authorities. In Japan, 
				landing and hangar fees threatened to bankrupt the enterprise. The money was scraped together and 
				the flight continued, although soon afterwards bad weather forced Ragozzino to make an emergency 
				landing at a restricted Russian airfield. The authorities impounded the aeroplane and it was only 
				released after the US Government intervened on Ragozzino's behalf. www.stearmanworldflight.com. 
				Aviation history was made on Saturday, June 19, 2010, when wing walker Ashley Battles and pilot 
				Robert Ragozzino set a new world record for the longest wing walk ever. At 4 hours and 2 minutes, 
				Ragozzino and Battles shattered the old record of 3 hours 23 minutes. After enduring hurricane 
				force winds and chilling temperatures on the wing, Battles slowly made her way back into the security 
				of the cockpit of the Super Stearman, N75939, for landing. Battles and Ragozzino were known as ‘The AX Team’ 
				for Air Extreme Team. The world record attempt was sponsored by the Spirit of St. Louis 2 Project. 
				The Spirit 2 project is building an exact replica of Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis to re-enact his 1927 
				epic solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris. www.wingwalkworldrecord.com. 
				Registration cancelled 8Sep19
			3491 (MSN 75-1268) Registered as N69181; cancelled 22Jul75
			3492 (MSN 75-1269) Registered as N5570V; cancelled 10Jun75
			3493 (MSN 75-1270) Registered 24Jul87 as N3493 as a Boeing/Mocabee B75N1; cancelled 30Jul13
			3494 (MSN 75-1271) Registered as N60887; cancelled 22Jul75
			3495 (MSN 75-1272) Registered as N65356; current [Oct20]
			3497 (MSN 75-1274) Registered as N69182; current [Oct20].
			3501 (MSN 75-1278) Registered as N4536N; current [Oct20].
			3504 (MSN 75-1281) Registered as N75623. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
				Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
				New Brunswick 1957-58; sprayer code 208. Registered 16Apr15 to Wings of Flight 
				Foundation, Mesa, AZ; current [Oct20]
			3510 (MSN 75-1287) crashed at NAS Jacksonville, FL Aug 19, 1941
			3511 (MSN 75-1288) Registered as N73611. Substantially damaged during aerial 
				application dusting cotton when the engine failed because only one magneto had 
				been switched on after taking off from Souther Field, Americus, GA 26Jul64.
				Registration cancelled 8Feb71
			3512 (MSN 75-1289) Registered as N66992; current [Oct20].
			3514 (MSN 75-1291) accpted by US Navy May 17, 1941.  To NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 15, 1942.  To NAAS Bronson Field, FL
				Oct 15, 1943.  To NAS New Orleans, LA Feb 14, 1944.  To NAS Dallas, TX Aug 26, 1944.  To RFC Mar 31, 1946.
				Registered as N75804. Current Oct 2020
			3515 (MSN 75-1292) Registered 15Oct47 as NC75225; cancelled 7Jun51
			3519 (MSN 75-1296) Registered as N4424N; cancelled 5Apr51.
3520/3644	Stearman N2S-2
			MSN 75-1297/75-1421.  Stearman Aircraft Model B75
			3520 (MSN 75-1297) in midair collision Jul 24, 1943 at or near Custer Field, Monroe, MI.
				Royal Navy pilot killed.
			3522 (MSN 75-1299) Royal Navy pilot fell out this aircraft Jun 27, 1943.
			3531 (MSN 75-1308) Accepted by US Navy 9Jul41. NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Naval Reserve 
				Aviation Base (NRAB), Detroit, MI 9Apr42. Naval Air Intermediate Training (NAIT) Rodd Field, 
				Corpus Christi, TX 1Apr44. Assigned to the pool in Dallas, TX Nov44. SOC 30Nov44. 
				Registered as N50329. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian 
				Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
				sprayer code 107. Registration cancelled 7Jan16. Registered 20Nov17 as N50329. 
				Registered 3Sep19 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Dallas, TX; current [Oct20]. 
				Resident at Commemorative Air Force-Dixie Wing, Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field, 
				Peachtree City, GA. In a restoration program led by several of the unit’s female members 
				as a way of honoring ‘Rosie the Riveter’
			3532 (MSN 75-1309)  Registered as N61319; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 10Apr13
			3533 (MSN 75-1310)  Registered as N54932; current [Oct20]
			3538 (MSN 75-1315) registered NC57593, NTU
			3540 (MSN 75-1317) Registered 18Oct48 as NC54755; cancelled 2Aug51
			3541 (MSN 75-1318) Registered 30Aug49 as N54760; cancelled 1Apr55
			3542 (MSN 75-1319) Registered 5Jan46 as NC54749; cancelled 25Jul46
			3544 (MSN 75-1321) Registered 12Jan49 as N54752. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 10Aug51.
			3546 (MSN 75-1323)Registered as N54756. Registered as N801RB. Damaged in a collision 				
				when the airplane turned off the runway after landing and ran into the tail of Cessna 152, N93407, 
				holding on the taxyway at Kalamazoo Municipal Airport, MI 22Jun83. Force landed in a field after 
				fuel exhaustion during a local flight at Northwood, OH 1Jun87; the fuel petcock drain had been 
				opened inadvertently. The airplane was destroyed when it collided with terrain under unknown 
				circumstances approximately one mile southeast of Carpenter, Wyoming 29Jun99. The pilot received 
				fatal injuries. The flight was a positioning flight to Saint Louis, Missouri, with a fuel stop in McCook, 
				Nebraska. The flight departed Rock Springs, Wyoming where an overnight stop was made, and 
				made a fuel stop at Cheyenne, The aircraft was number four in a flight of four Boeing Stearman's 
				flying in a cruise formation. Approximately two minutes after other pilots in the flight had radio 
				contact with the pilot involved in the accident, they discovered the accident aircraft was no longer 
				in the formation. The remaining three aircraft backtracked along their route and discovered 
				the accident aircraft in an open field. One of the aircraft landed on a nearby road and the pilot 
				proceeded to the accident site. A ground witness, located on the south side of Carpenter, 
				observed the formation fly over his house. As the formation proceeded away from him headed 
				in a south-easterly direction, he said the airplane on the right side entered a right hand descending 
				turn. After approximately 160 degree of turn, the airplane disappeared from his view behind 
				some buildings on his property and he did not observe an impact and saw no smoke so he was 
				unaware of the accident. He said the engine noise sounded normal. The accident site was located 
				approximately three miles southeast of his residence. Registration cancelled 29Sep99 
			3548 (MSN 75-1325) Registered 11Jul46 as NC54898; cancelled 3Jan47
			3553 (MSN 75-1330) NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Registered as N54899. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
				Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957-58; 
				sprayer code 222. Nosed over in New Brunswick, Canada 1958. Registration current [Oct20].
			3555 (MSN 75-1332) Flown by US President George H.W. Bush when he was a naval aviation cadet. 
				Registered as N54896. Modified as A75L300. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
				when the engine failed caused by carburettor icing during takeoff and nosed over during the 
				forced landing at Selma, CA 27Aug67 (1INJ). Registration current [Oct20].
			3556 (MSN 75-1333) Registered as N54897; current [Oct20]
			3557 (MSN 75-1334) US Navy; code 422. Registered 29Mar46 as NC61536; cancelled 15Dec71. 
				Registered 5Jun95 as N410TF as a Boeing/Farhat B75N1 with MSN 75-1334 T.F.; cancelled 29Oct13
			3558 (MSN 75-1335) registered as N61445, Registered 29Dec86 to Air Museum, Corona Del Mar, CA. 
				Appeared in the movie “Forever Young” [1992]; “The Kid” [2000]; “Pearl Harbor” [2001]. Exhibited at Planes of
				Fame Museum, Chino, CA. During landing touchdown, with gusty crosswind conditions, the left wing 
				lifted and the right wing dragged on the runway at El Cajon, CA 20May16. Subsequently, the airplane 
				veered off the runway to the right into a ditch and nosed over. The vertical stabilizer and both wings 
				sustained substantial damage. The airplane was substantially damaged when it was involved in an 
				accident near Chino, CA 5Jul20. During a landing roll at a groundspeed of about 25 miles per hour, 
				the left wings dipped and the pilot applied control inputs to counteract. The pilot stated that despite 
				his control inputs along with a momentary application of power, he was unable to correct the movement, 
				and the lower left wing struck the ground. Shortly after, the airplane veered sharply to the right and 
				exited the runway. Subsequently, the left main landing gear collapsed, and the airplane came to rest 
				upright. Registration current [Oct20]
			3560 (MSN 75-1337) Registered as N61444. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying grain fields 
				when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Friend, KS 23Jun65 (1INJ). 
				Registration cancelled.
			3561 (MSN 75-1338) Registered as N61535; current [Oct20].
			3562 (MSN 75-1339) Registered 17Nov45 as NC61514; cancelled 27Jun73
			3567 (MSN 75-1344)  Registered as N51471; current [Oct20].
			3568 (MSN 75-1345) registered as N52287. Current Oct 2020
			3572 (MSN 75-1349) registered as N4214W.  Current Oct 2020
				Conflict:	
				N2JS is registered 19Aug99 as a Boeing/Stiles R B75N1 with MSN 75-1349JS; current [Oct20]. Registered 
				2008 to an owner in UK but noted at Kissimmee, FL. Warbird Adventures Kissimmee Air Museum,
				Kissimmee Municipal Airport, Kissimmee, FL 2012/18
			3573 (MSN 75-1350) US Navy; code 448. Registered as N51062; current [Oct20].
			3578 (MSN 75-1355) was registeree N112JL, now registered N57811.  Currentg Oct 2020
			3581 (MSN 75-1358) Registered as N54248 Modified as A75L300. Registration current [Oct20].
			3582 (MSN 75-1359) Registered as N59787. Reregistered 24Aug67 as N477Q; cancelled 23Apr19
			3583 (MSN 75-1360) Registered 16May50 as N67802. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
				when the engine lost power caused by separation of a cylinder which severed a fuel line and 
				caught fire after takeoff from a prepared landing strip at Honokowai, West Maui, HI 30Oct68. 
				Registration cancelled 14Sep76
			3585 (MSN 75-1362) Registered as N61467. Force landed after fuel exhaustion at Leesport, PA 27Jun93. 
				Damaged in a collision with a parked aircraft taxying at Naples, FL 28Feb94. The airplane was 
				destroyed as it impacted the water while flying near Lock Haven, Pennsylvania 25Jun99. 
				The pilot received serious injuries. The pilot performed a normal departure from the Lock Haven 
				Airport (LHV) and after a 20 minute local flight, he decided to return to the airport through a valley 
				northwest of the airport. While he was flying, the airplane apparently struck an unseen object
				and departed controlled flight. He thought the object was an unmarked cable that ran across the river. 
				He had noticed these cables on previous flights because they were usually marked with orange balls. 
				A witness stated that he was flying his own airplane above, behind, and to the left of the accident airplane.
				The witness saw the accident airplane pitch up and roll hard to the left. As it rolled left the airplane 
				changed direction rapidly. The airplane impacted the river and caught fire. He saw the pilot depart the 
				airplane from the left side as the fire reached the right side of the cockpit. There were telephone wires 
				across the river that were 50-150 feet high. Rebuilt and airworthy by Sep07. Registration current [Oct20].
			3588 (MSN 75-1365)  Registered in Honduras as HR-FU-29. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. 
				Registered 22Nov60 as N64036; cancelled 6Jun65
			3590 (MSN 75-1367) Registered as N59311; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 27Sep12.
			3593 (MSN 75-1370) Registered as N52583; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5May20
			3597 (MSN 75-1374) Registered as N52504; cancelled 18Feb54.
			3599 (MSN 75-1376) Registered as N57929; current [Oct20].
			3600 (MSN 75-1377) Registered as N46Y. Substantially damaged when ground looped and the landing gear collapsed 
				landing after a flight from Quakertown to Limerick Airport, Pottstown, PA 17Sep78. Registration current [Oct20].
			3602 (MSH 75-1379) Registered as N267N. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying cotton when the 
				airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Bakersfield, CA 15Jun72 (pilot killed). 
				Registration cancelled 14Aug72
			3606 (MSN 75-1383) Registered as N61532; cancelled 19Aug13.
			3610 (MSN 75-1387)  Registered as N67419. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying cotton when the 
				airplane struck trees pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Farmersville, CA 9Aug66 (pilot killed). 
				Rebuilt and airworthy by Apr70. Registration current [Oct20]
			3611 (MSN 75-1388) Registered as N61511; current [Oct20
			3613 (MSN 75-1390) Registered 9Oct47 as NC61658; cancelled 15Feb56
			3614 (MSN 75-1391) to N59257.  The airplane struck a hay bale during taxy at 
				Bardstown, KY 11Jun80. Collided with Cessna 172N, N733BD, that was holding for takeoff 
				at Lufkin, TX 27Jun82; the propeller severed the fuselage of the Cessna. 
				Registration cancelled 19Jun90. Registered in Belgium 9Jan91 as OO-STM; cancelled 13Oct03. 
				Registered 2004 as D-ECSO.
			3619 (MSN 75-1396) Registered as N59761; cancelled 8Oct70. Registered as XB-XAB.
			3623 (MSN 75-1400) Registered as N51472. Registered 9May97 as N7234E. Reregistered 26Apr02 as N6472; 
				current [Oct20]
			3625 (MSN 75-1402)  Registered as N52288; cancelled 2Apr13
			3626 (MSN 75-1403) Registered as N7787C; cancelled 9May11
			3627 (MSN 75-1404) Registered as N54784; cancelled 5Jan54 on export to Mexico
			3628 (MSN 75-1405) Registered as N65271. Registered as N206J. Crashed and destroyed when the engine 
				failed during the climb after takeoff and the airplane stalled at Botsford Airport, 
				Wellington, OH 25May81 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 21Dec81
			3633 (MSN 75-1410) Registered as N59732; cancelled 14Sep90 on export to Sweden.
				Registered 20Nov90 as SE-BOA. WFU 30Sep09
			3635 (MSN 75-1412) Registered as N61926. Crashed and destroyed during aerobatics 
				at Boyd, MT 8Jul68 (pilot killed). Registration revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 5Aug13.
			3642 (MSN 75-1419) Registered as N52286; cancelled 30Jul70
3645/3845	Spartan NP-1
			Spartan Aircraft Company Model NS-1. A development of the Mid-Continent built Spartan C-3.
				Assigned to Naval Reserve flight training schools 
			3691	MSN 47	Registered N28700, current. Preserved and displayed at the Tulsa Air & Space Museum 
				[this MSN would suggest that the batch is MSN 1/201]
			3824 ditched on takeff in Back River off Langley Field, VA Jun 10, 1936.
3846/3855	Grumman JRF-4 Goose
			Model G-38. MSN 1100/1109
			3846 (MSN 1100) To N3282.  Alos listed as being SOC at Tutuila in south Pacific May 31, 1945
			3847 (MSN 1101) W/o Jul 21, 1944, Gibraltar
			3848 (MSN 1102) w/o Nov 24, 1942, Fort Lauderdale, FL
			3849 (MSN 1103) w/o May 14, 1942 at Tarklin Field, FL
			3850 (MSN 1104) WFU Jan 31, 1945.
			3851 (MSN 1105) w/o Nov 6, 1943 at Upper Hampton Roads, VA
			3852 (MSN 1106) WFU Jul 31, 1946.  To NC17083 Jun 7, 1946; to HC-SBL Jun 17, 1946.  Crashed Dec 3, 1946 at 
				Llanganattes Range, Ecuador
			3853 (MSN 1107) WFU Jul 31, 1946.  To NC69208; to PK-AKA Oct 17, 1946, WFU and SOC Oct 17, 1958. To AURI/Indonesian 
				AF as PB-518 in 1958.  To PK-RAM Dec 1977.  Preserved at Mandala Air and Space Museum, Suryadarma Air Force 
				Air Base, Subang, West Java, Indonesia.
			3854 (MSN 1108) WFU Jul 25, 1950
			3855 (MSN 1109) WFU Sep 30, 1945.  To NC66102 Sep 26 1946. to VP-BAM Feb 14, 1948. To N332D Aug 23, 1956.  WFU
				Mar 31, 2011
3856/3874	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			3856 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 15, 1942.
			3859 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942.  Crashed at Chunkatuck Aug 4, 1942 after failing
				to pull out of dive, RN pilot killed.
			3860 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 12, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 17, 1942
			3862 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 12, 1942.  Returned to USN Jul 25, 1942.
			3865 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Crashed Jul 19, 1942.
			3867 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 24, 1942.
			3868 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk,, VA
				Jul 28, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			3870 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 28, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			3871 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			3872 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942. Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942.  
				Ditched in Lake Michigan Aug 17, 1943 and salvaged early 1990s.  
				Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			3873 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 15, 1942.
3875/3969	Grumman F4F-3A Wildcat
			Model G-36.  MSN 757/851
			3875/3904 ordered for the US Navy, diverted for sale to Greece and delivered, with their BuAer serials 
				applied, to Suez by which time Greece had been invaded.   This batch was diverted to the Royal Navy 
				as Martlett III, initially using the BuAer serials until allocated UK serials by the RAF in Egypt.
				The UK serial allocations were: AX724/AX747, AX753/AX754, AX761 & HK840/HK842.
				3875 to Royal Navy as Martlet AX733.  Damaged Aug 1941 when ground
					looped in Western Desert (Sidi Haneish South) near Mersa Matruh
					Rebuilt.
				3876 taken on Royal Navy charge at Port Suez Apr 30, 1941.  Believed
					to have been serialed AX746.  Caught fire while low-flying
					at night, struck ground and exploded Jan 15, 1943, killing pilot.
				3890 taken on Royal Navy charge at Port Suez Apr 30, 1941.  Ran out
					of fuel while trying to intercept enemy aircraft Jul 23, 1941
					and ditched 1 mi N of Ma'aten Bugush, killing pilot.
				3895 taken on Royal Navy charge at Port Suez Apr 30, 1941.  Shot down
					one S.79 and forced two more to jettison bombloads Dec 28, 1941.
					Hit by return fire from a fourth and crashed into sea N of
					Nra el Milh, killing pilot.
			3906 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.  Attempted a forced landing
				in a canefield, plane cartwheeled and broke in two.  Pilot died the
				next day in hospital.
			3907 (VF-6) from USS Enterprise lost at sea Dec 31, 1941.
			3908 (MAG-21) assigned to NAS Ewa in Hawaii lost Aug 6, 1942
			3909 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.  Tried to land at Ewa
				USMC airfield, engine quit 4 miles away and pilot parachuted to safety.
			3910 (VMF-214) crashlanded Sep 4, 1942 and was surveyed
			3911 (VMF-212) lost at New Caledonia in south Pacific May 11, 1942
			3914 (VF-6) scored first Pacific War aerial victory by USN or Marine
				pilot Feb 1, 1942 over Taroa Island in the Marshalls, downing a
				Mitsubishi A5M4.
			3915 (VMF-212) lost at New Caledonia in south Pacific May 20, 1942
			3916 (VMF-212) lost at New Caledonia in south Pacific May 31, 1942
			3918 (VMF-212) lost at New Caledonia in south Pacific Aug 6, 1942
			3919 w/o Jun 14, 1941
			3921 (VF-6) w/o Jul 8, 1941
			3932 (VF-6) from Enterprise was lost as sea Feb 21, 1942.
			3934 (VF-6) w/o Aug 16, 1941
			3935 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.    Crashed into a house at
				Pearl City.  Pilot killed.
			3937 (VF-6) attached to USS Enterprise, crashed Feb 1, 1942 during night launch during raids on
				Marshalls and Gilbert Islands.  
			3938 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.  Exploded and crashed
				into water off Ford Island.  Pilot bailed out and was picked up by a
				minesweeper, but he died the next day.  
			3953 (VMF-11) w/o Aug 30, 1941
			3956 ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 30, 1943 and salvaged early 1990s.  In 1997 was under restoration 
				for San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA.  Now on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC, 
				on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.  
			3964 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			3969 ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 1943.  Recovered and restored by San Diego Aerospace Museum
				and put on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  In 1997 was displayed at 
				San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA.
3970/4057	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			3972 (VF-42) abandoned after forced landing on Guadalcanal May 4, 1942.  His wingman followed him
				in and landed on same beach.  Both pilots were rescued.
			3973 with VF-2 on USS Lexington (CV-2).  (VMF-441) lost in south Pacific Oct 19, 1942
			3974 w/o during ferry flight at Sacaton, AZ Jul 24, 1941
			3975 wit FV-2 on USS Lexington (CV-2)
			3976 (VF-2; code F-1. USS Lexington (CV-2)) sank with carrier Lexington in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			3977 (VMF-211) lost NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			3978 w/o during ferry flight at Manhatten, KS Jul 26, 1941.  Another report has it being With VF-2 and attached
				to USS Lexington (CV-2) and lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			3979 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			3980 (VMF-211) Shot down two Type 96s Dec 11, 1941.  lost Dec 14, 1941, Wake Island.  
			3981 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3982 with VF-3 in 1940-41.  (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.   Badly damaged but pilot
				deadsticked on Ford Island and walked away uninjured.   With VF-2 attached to uss Lexington and lost
				in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			3984 (VF-3) w/o at NAS Pearl Harbor, HI Sep 30, 1941
			3985 (VF-3) from USS Saratoga lost at sea off Hawaii Dec 22, 1941.
			3986 (VF-3; code F-13. USS Lexington (CV-2)) sank with carrier Lexington in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.  Wreck spotted Mar 4, 2018 by underseas search craft.
			3987 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			3988 (VMF-211) shot down Dec 21, 1941, Wake Island, by Japanese fighter
			3989 (VMF-221) lost at Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.
			3990 assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
				Langley Field, VA Feb 23, 1942 to May 28, 1942.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC. 
			3991 with VF-2 on USS Lexington (CV-2).  (MAG-13) lost at Tutuila in south Pacific Jan 11, 1943
			3992 (VMF-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			3993 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea.
			3994 (VF-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost enrout to Coral Sea May 2, 1942
			3995 (VF-3, Lexington) lost in combat at Rabaul Feb 20, 1942.
			3996 (VMF-221) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 13, 1942.
			3997 (VC-21) attached to USS Nassau, lost at Attu May 11, 1942.
			3998 (VMO-251) lost at Espiritu Santo Dec 21, 1942
			3999 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown, lost May 8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			4002 (VF-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost enroute to Coral Sea May 2, 1942
			4003 (VF-2) sank with carrier USS Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4004 (VBF-224) lost in east central Pacific Jul 9, 1942
			4005 (VF-2) sank with carrier USS Lexington Batle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			4006 (VMF-221) lost at Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.
			4009 (VF-42) lost power and ditched Mar 14, 1942 after takeoff from USS
				Lexington.  Pilot rescued.
			4010 (VMF-231) crashlanded at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 9, 1942 and was surveyed
			4011 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4012 (VF-42, Yorktown) lost at sea at Tulagi in south Pacific May 2, 1942.
			4014 (VF-2) on USS Lexington (CV-2)
			4015 (VF-3) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Jan 5, 1942.
			4016 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			4017 (VF-6, Lexington) lost at sea near Wake Feb 24, 1942.
			4018 (VMF-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			4019 (VMF-211) helped to sink Japanese destroyer Dec 11, 1941.  Later used as decoy at Wake and lost Dec 14, 1941.
			4020 (VMF-211) ground-looped on takeoff Dec 14, 1941, Wake Island.  Later used as decoy.
			4021 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			4022 (VMF-211) shot down two Japanese aircraft Wake Island.  Captured by Japanese Dec 22, 1941.
			4023 (VMF-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			4024 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4025 (VMF-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			4026 (VF-3, USS Lexington) lost in combat at Rabaul Feb 20, 1942.
			4027 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4028 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4029 (VMF-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			4030 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4031 (VFM-214) was Butch O'Hare's plane when he shot down six Japanese
				bombers off Rabaul Feb 20, 1942 and earned the Medal of Honor.
				SOC Jul 29, 1944
			4032 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4034 (MV-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
			4035 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
			4037 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.   Possibly repaired and lost while attached
				to VGS-12 Aug 18, 1942
			4038 modified as F4F-3S floatplane.  First flight with floats Feb 28, 1943.  Referred to informally as the "Wildcatfish".
			4039 (VMF-211) damaged in bombing raid on Wake Island Dec 8, 1941, repaired.
				Ditched in Lake Michigan Jul 21, 1943 after deck launch from USS Wolverine and salvaged early 1990s.  On display 
				at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			4040 (VMF-211) lost at NAS Ewa, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			4041 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4043 (VMF-123) lost in South Pacific Mayu 2, 1943
			4051 (VF-5) attached to USS Wasp lost enroute to Norfolk Dec 13, 1941
			4056 (VF-5) attached to USS Enterprise, lost off Hawaii Jun 27, 1942
4058/4098	Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
			Model G-36.  Manually-operated folded wings.
			4059 (VF-71) attached to USS Wasp lost enroute to San Diego Jun 15, 1942
			4060 lost in north Atlantic Apr 30, 1943
			4062 (VF-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
			4063 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942.  Another reference has the plane being lost with VF-71 at Guadalcanal
				Oct 2, 1942
			4065 (VF-72) attached to USS Wasp lost enroute to Greenock, Scotland Apr 10, 1942
			4067 (VF-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 2, 1942
			4068 (VF-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
			4069 (VMO-251) lost off Noumea in south Pacific Apr 30, 1943
			4070 (VF-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
			4071 (VF-71) attached to USS Wasp lost off Malta Jun 5, 1942.
			4073 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
			4074 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
			4076 (VF-71, USS Wasp) lost off Tulagi in south Pacific Aug 7, 1942.
			4081 (VGF-27) attached to USS Suwannee, landing gear damaged on landing and jettisoned off French Morocco Nov 8, 1942
			4084 (VF-41) attached to USS Ranger crash landed in field SW of Fedala, French Morocco Nov 8, 1942.  Pilot unhurt.
			4085 (F-28) tailhook broke on landing on USS Chenango and crashed into barrier and turned on its
				back 40 mi WNW of San christobal, Solomons Apr 5, 1945.  Pilot uninjured, but aircraft was pushed
				over the side 1 hour later.
			4087 (VMF-213) lost at Pearl Harbor Oct 20, 1942
			4089 (VF-9) attached to USS Ranger lost at Fedala, French Morocco Nov 8, 1942
			4090 (VF-41) attached to USS Ranger, lost off Bermuda Oct 22, 1942
			4094 (VF-41) attached to USS Ranger, lost at Fedala, French Morocco Nov 8, 1942
			4095 (VF-11) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 16, 1943
			4096 (VF-11) lost off Hawaii Jan 9, 1943
			4098 (VMF-213) lost in south Pacific Mar 14, 1943.
4099/4198	Ryan NR-1 Recruit
			Ryan Aeronautical Company Model ST-3. US Navy version of the USAAC PT-21 trainer
			4099 was MSN 1060, 4100/4173 were MSN 1081/1154,
			4174/4198 were MSN 1181/1205.
			4148 to N66622
			4176 used as taxi trainer at NAS Memphis with no wings and a cropped
				propeller, named "The Dodo"
			4193 to N31687
4199/4248	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Curtiss-Wright Model 77
			MSN 12668/12717.  Replacements for 50 US Navy aircraft diverted to France.
			4199 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4200 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Oct 25, 1943
			4201 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4202 crashed Jul 13, 1942.  SOC Aug 31, 1942
			4203  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4204 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 7, 1944
			4205 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1943.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			4206 crashed Oct 24, 1942.  SOC Oct 31, 1942
			4207 crashed May 4, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4208 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			4209 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4210 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			4211 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943.
			4212 crashed Mar 5, 1942.  SOC Apr 9, 1942
			4213 crashed May 5, 1941.  SOC Jun 30, 1941
			4214 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4215 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville. SOC Oct 31, 1944
			4216 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Jan 26, 1944
			4217 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			4218 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4219 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4220 crashed Dec 31, 1941.  SOC Jan 31, 1942
			4221 SOC Feb 28, 1943.  
			4222 Crashed May 15, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4223 crashed at Jacksonville Jan 23, 1943.  SOC Jan 31, 1943.
			4224 DBR at Jacksonville Feb 25, 1943. SOC Mar 31, 1943
			4225 SOC May 31, 1943
			4226 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1943.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			4227 Crashed at Jacksonville Nov 12, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942.
			4228 crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Nov 8, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
			4229 SOC Jul 30, 1943.
			4230 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago, SOC Oct 30, 1943
			4231 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4232 crashed at Jacksonville Feb 25, 1943.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
			4233 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4234 SOC Jun 28, 1944
			4235 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4236 crashed May 11, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942.
			4237 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 7, 1944
			4238 SOC Feb 28, 1944
			4239 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4240 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4241 crashed Apr 10, 1942.  SOC Apr 30, 1942
			4242 crashed Apr 7, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4243 crashed May 9, 1941.  Jul 31, 1941
			4244 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			4245 crashed at Miami Apr 23, 1943.  SOC Apr 30, 1943.
			4246 crashed at Jacksonville May 31, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943
			4247 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4248 DBR at Norfolk Feb 5, 1942.  SOC Feb 28, 1942.
4249/4250	Lockheed R5O-1
			Model 18-40 Lodestar ordered by Navy
			4249 (MSN 18-2049) to SAAF.  To NC52413, to N636, to N332G.  current.  N95848 that was registered to Indamer Corp 
				was (MSN 18-2048), no US Navy service
			4250 (MSN 2065) originally ordered by Trans Canada Airlines
				as CF-TCZ but never formally registered to them.  To US Navy as 4250
4251		Douglas BD-1 Havoc 
			The Douglas BD article by Air-Britain states that the first US Navy Douglas BD was purchased new from Douglas, 
			taking the first USAAC aircraft, later replaced by another aircraft. This would suggest that BuAer 4251 was 39-721, 
			possibly replaced by 39-741. Delivered new, it also seems unlikely that the USAAC would give up a precious 
			F-3 version with sensitive reconnaissance equipment which the US Navy didn’t need.
			In addition, 39-741 is widely report to have crashed in Canada and is extant at Casa Grande, AZ.
			Ordered by USAAC as 39-721. Diverted to US Navy; delivered 9Dec40. NAS Anacostia, MD 9Dec40. 
			Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, VA 26Feb41 for installation of radio altimeter. NAF Philadelphia, PA 25Mar41. 
			Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, VA 8Apr41. Inspector of Naval Aircraft, Santa Monica, CA 17Jun41 for 
			unspecific changes. Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, VA 9Jul41. NAF Philadelphia, PA 8May42. 
			Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, VA 10May42. NAF Philadelphia, PA 20Aug42. Naval Proving Ground, 
			Dahlgren, VA 17Nov42. NAD Dahlgren, VA 12May43. SOC 8Mar44
4252/4351	Stearman N2S-3
			Stearman Aircraft Model B75N1
			MSN 75-2582/75-2681
			4252 (MSN 75-2582) Registered as NC5413N. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost directional 
				control during low level operations and dragged a wing tip at Felton, MN 28Jun78. Registration current [Oct20].
			4257  (MSN 75-2587) Registered as N68W. Substantially damaged during aerial application when during 
				landing the airplane struck a farm trailer improperly parked on the runway at Ernst private 
				airstrip at Webb, MS 30Sep65. Registration current [Oct20]
			4259 (MSN 75-2589) Registered 8May47 as NC75748; cancelled 27Aug47
			4263 (MSN 75-2593) Registered as N64708; current [Oct20
			4264 (MSN 75-2594) Registered as N64983; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Apr18.
			4265 (MSN 75-2595) Registered as N5003V. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying forests 
				when the airplane struck the ground during a swathe run at McKittrick, CA 9Nov65. Substantially 
				damaged during aerial application spraying cotton when the airplane struck power lines pulling 
				up at the end of a swathe run at Tranquillity, CA 23Jul73. Registration revoked 29May77, cancelled 12Jan12.
			4269 (MSN 75-2599) Registered as N5146N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				fertilizing pasture when the engine lost power after takeoff from Manila Municipal Airport 
				and the landing gear collapsed during the forced landing 25Mar66. Registered as N3188. 
				Mid-Continent Aircraft, Hayti, MS; in a restoration program 1976. This is the late actor 
				Steve McQueen's last owned and flown airplane until his death 7Nov80. 
				The N number 3188 was his reform school number when he was at Boys Republic in Chino, California. 
				Registration current [Oct20]. Resident at Allen Airways Flying Museum, El Cajon, San Diego, CA.
				Conflict:
				Registered as N59127 with MSN 752599B; cancelled 4Dec89. Registration VH-JDF 
				assigned; not taken up. Registered 29May90 as VH-YDF; current [Oct20]
			4275 (MSN 75-2605) Registered as N75100. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian 
				Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 60. 
				Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying grain fields when the airplane struck 
				power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Tulelake, CA 30May75. Registration current [Oct20].
			4276 (MSN 75-2606) Delivered to US Navy 23Oct41. NAS Corpus Christi, TX; NAS Dallas, TX; 
				NAS Norman, OK; NAS Glenview, IL. SOC Sep46. Registered as YS-355-A 1955/75. 
				Registered as N5728N. Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by fuel 
				exhaustion during cruise and the airplane struck a fence during the forced landing at 
				Port Angeles, WA on a flight from Albany, OR 29Apr77. Outstanding World War II Military 
				Trainer Liaison award at EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh, WI 1984. Damaged when the pilot lost 
				directional control and ground looped dragging a wing tip landing at Palo Alto, CA 6May88. 
				Operated by Hughs Vintage Aircraft Museum, Hollister Municipal Airport, Hollister, CA. 
				Registration cancelled 29May12 on export to Austria. Registered as OE-CBM; current [Oct20]. 
				Resident at Austrian Aviation Museum, Bad Voslau, Austria.
			4277 (MSN 75-2607)Registered 20Sep46 as NC75482; cancelled 18Apr50 on export to Mexico.
			4279 (MSN 75-2609) Registered as N5048V; cancelled 29Jun54 
			4280 (MSN 75-2610) to civil registry as N63441.  Crashed and destroyed 
				during aerial application dusting tomatoes when the engine lost power caused by a cylinder 
				intake valve failure pulling up at the end of a swathe run and the landing gear collapsed 
				during the forced landing at Tracy, CA 5Aug64. Registration cancelled 12Dec17 on export 
				to United Kingdom. Registered 13Dec17 as G-FRDM; current [Oct20
			4281 (MSN 75-2611) registered as N735YP.  The airplane sustained substantial 
				damage during landing at Centennial Airport, Englewood, Colorado 14Aug95. The pilot was 
				making a full stop landing following a series of touch-and go-landings and ground looped 
				during landing roll. Both lower wings and the propeller sustained damage and a runway 
				light was damaged. Registered to Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, 
				Denver, CO 2011/18. Registration current [Oct20].
			4282 (MSN 75-2612) Registered as N37194; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 24May12
			4284 (MSN 75-2614) Registered as N65027; cancelled 5Jul96 on export to Australia. 
			4286 (MSN 75-2616) Registered as N55735. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing 
				at Herlong Field, Jacksonville, FL 1Dec74. Registration current [Oct20]
			4295 (MSN 75-2625) registered as N62359, current Oct 2020
			4296 (MSN 75-2626) registered as N69766, cancelled May 3, 2013
			4297 (MSN 75-2627) Registered as N65110. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
				when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Keenesburg, CO 10Nov87. 
				The pilot was starting a spray run on a new field. During the first pass, the aircraft struck the 
				power line wires. The aircraft rolled left and impacted the terrain in a wings level, 
				nose low attitude. An immediate post crash fire destroyed the aircraft. The pilot was fatally injured. 
				He was familiar with the local area, however there is no evidence to indicate that he had 
				surveyed this particular field prior to beginning operations. Evidence and witness statements 
				indicate that the decision to begin the new field was made solely on the basis of having 
				enough chemical left for about two more passes. Wire impact damaged the left wing main 
				struts and both left wings failed prior to impact, according to a witness statement. 
				Registration cancelled 17Aug90
			4298 (MSN 75-2628)  Registered as N65696. Substantially damaged when the Stearman collided with 
				Cessna 172A, N7187T, while both were attempting to land at the Corona Municipal Airport (AJO), 
				Corona, California 11Dec05. The Stearman was conducting pattern work, and the Cessna was 
				returning from a local area flight at the time of the accident. The pilot of the Stearman was on 
				his third circuit in the pattern at the time of the accident. About mid-field on the downwind 
				leg the pilot radioed he was on downwind. The Stearman pilot observed a Cessna on short final, 
				with another Cessna on a 1/2-mile final approach, but did not see any other traffic on either 
				the downwind or base legs. He began making S-turns in order to clear the area in front of the 
				nose for traffic. The Stearman pilot extended his downwind leg until the second Cessna on 
				final approach passed him. During the turn to the base leg the pilot radioed his intent, and 
				used the turn to look for traffic below him. After returning to a wings level configuration on 
				the base leg, he glanced to the right to ensure the final approach path was clear. After the other
				identified traffic passed him on final, he turned onto the final leg. He was slightly above the
				ideal glide path, so placed the airplane into a slip and used the opportunity to check for traffic 
				below him, and did not observe any traffic. About 150 feet above ground level, the pilot saw 
				the right wing of another airplane rising toward the left wing of the Stearman. He applied aft 
				pressure on the flight controls and decreased the descent rate, but was unable to avoid the 
				collision. He climbed to 2,000 feet where another airplane in the pattern checked the Stearman 
				for damage. The Stearman pilot then re-entered the traffic pattern and made a normal landing. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			4301 (MSN 75-2631) Registered as XB-PIP. Registered as N74187; cancelled 5Jun75
			4302 (MSN 75-2632) crashed Jul 22, 1941 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas.  2 killed.
			4304 (MSN 75-2634) Registered as TG-DIE-F. Registered as N65633; cancelled 9Feb17 on export to United Kingdom. 
				Reported registered Feb 10, 2017 as G-CJYK. The Civil Aviation Authority states registered 
				22nd November 2017, a Boeing B75N1 with c/n 75-2634, previously N65633, allowed to fly in 
				military colours with serial 75-4826 and code 27. However, it also says that this aircraft 
				was struck off the British register on 17th October 2019 on sale to an owner in the Republic of Ireland!
				Regitred Oct 1, 2019 as EI-ABS.  Current Oct 2020.
			4308 (MSN 75-2638) Registered as N75808; current [Oct20]
			4309 (MSN 75-2639) Registered as N75541. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying crops 
				when the engine failed pulling up at the end of a swathe run and nosed over during the forced 
				landing at Mission, TX 10Feb64. Registration revoked 14Jan77. Registered 3Mar05 as N75541. 
				Reregistered 1Aug06 as N93WW; cancelled 28Aug13. Registered 13May14 as N93WW; current [Oct20]
			4310 (MSN 75-2640) Registered as NC59695. Damaged when a gust of wind picked this plane off the 
				airport and hung its tail in a maze of telephone wires at Pueblo Memorial Airport, CO 20Jan50;
				the Weather Bureau clocked the winds during the storm at 90 miles per hour. Substantially damaged 
				during aerobatics when the pilot misjudged the altitude and flew into the ground at Kleberg 
				County Airport, Kingsville, TX 29Aug77. Rebuilt and airworthy by 2003. Registration current [Oct20].
			4315 (MSN 75-2645) Registered 17Dec46 as NC9512H; cancelled 28Feb49.	
			4316 (MSN 75-2646) Registered as N73553; cancelled 20Sep56. 	
			4318 (MSN 75-2648) Registered 21Dec48 as NC59091; cancelled 13May64
			4319 (MSN 75-2649) Built 23Jan42. Registered as N5143N; current [Oct20]
			4320 (MSN 75-2650) Registered as N62418. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
				rice when the airplane struck a truck during takeoff at Todds Airstrip, Lake Charles, LA 6May70. 
				Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying rice when the airplane struck a levee 
				pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Iowa, LA 19May73. Substantially damaged during aerial 
				application seeding rice when the engine failed en route to treat a crop and struck a ditch during 
				the forced landing at Sweet Lake, LA 20Apr78. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				fertilizing pasture when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff and struck 
				a ditch on a prepared landing area at Sulphur, LA 17Dec80. Registration cancelled 9Jan90. 
				Registered 27Apr90 as F-AZGR; current [Oct20]. Brought to France by Jean Salis at La Ferté Alais, 
				the aircraft was equipped for aerobatic displays with upper wing ailerons and other modifications
			4322 (MSN 75-2652) Registered as N68434. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying rice 
				when the pilot maneuvered to avoid power lines, failed to maintain flying speed, stalled and 
				struck a water filled ditch at Youngmarks airstrip, Zamora, CA 4Jun74. [MSN is quoted as 75-1367]. 
				Sale reported 14Jan77. Noted derelict at Tracy, CA Jun82. Registration cancelled 21Mar13
			4326 (MSN 75-2656) Registration N9680A assigned 20May78; cancelled 18May11
			4327 (MSN 75-2657) Registered as N4648N; cancelled 29Apr54 on export to Mexico.
			4328 (MSN 75-2658) Registered as N75760; revoked 23Apr77, cancelled 4Feb17
			4331 (MSN 75-2661) to civilian registry as N66607. Substantially damaged during 
				aerial application spraying forests when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled turning 
				around during a swathe run at Lebanon, MO 10Jul68. The airplane sustained substantial damage during 
				a forced landing following a loss of engine power while in cruise flight near Cape Girardeau, Missouri 2Sep00. 
				The flight originated from the Greenwood-Leflore Airport (GWO), Greenwood, Mississippi and was 
				en route to the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport (CGI), Cape Girardeau, Missouri. At two miles from CGI 
				the pilot advised the CGI Air Traffic Control Tower of their position as requested. Very shortly thereafter 
				the engine quit. The pilot, unable to glide safely to the airport, turned away from the airport and 
				landed in an un-harvested cornfield. In a post accident examination of the aircraft, no fuel could be 
				seen in the fuel tank when looking through the fuel cap; no fuel was noted in the fuel tank sight glass. 
				Registration current [Oct20].
			4336 (MSN 75-2666) Registered as N68482. Oregon Border Control; noted at Delta Heritage Air Park, 
				British Columbia, Canada 1981. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Registration cancelled 6Nov02
			4337 (MSN 75-2667) Registered as N5153N. Restored, first post-restoration flight 1Feb15. 
				Registration current [Oct20]
			4338 (MSN 75-2668)  Registered 29Sep47 as NC4632N; cancelled 14Jun49
			4341 (MSN 75-2671) Registered 28Sep48 as NC75532; cancelled 25Sep51
			4342 (MSN 75-2672) Registered as N68447. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
				airplane nosed over landing at Joliff airfield, Porterville, CA 14Aug65. Substantially damaged 
				during aerial application when the airplane struck a large rock then nosed over landing on a rough, 
				narrow strip at Harold Root, Reedley, CA 14Nov66. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
				fertilizing pasture when the engine failed during cruise and the landing gear collapsed during 
				the forced landing on rough, uneven land at Mariposa, CA 3Oct68. Registration revoked 14Jan77, 
				cancelled 2Apr02
			4343 (MSN 75-2673) Registered 27Jan47 as NC75566; cancelled 9Mar49
			4344 (MSN 75-2674) Registered as N69808. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
				engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion returning to land at the end of a swathe run and crash 
				landed in a field at Black River Falls, WI 11Jul71. The airplane collided with trees during cruise 
				flight near Bernal, New Mexico 28Jan96. The pilot received minor injuries and the aircraft 
				sustained substantial damage. The flight was en route to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and 
				departed Las Vegas, New Mexico after refueling. According to the pilot, he encountered 
				winds of 35 knots gusting to 45 knots at 500 to 1,000 feet above ground level and could not 
				control altitude. The aircraft was forced into the trees. The pilot walked out to the highway 
				which was approximately three miles from the accident site. Registration cancelled 13May15.
			4347 (MSN 75-2677)  Registered as N4506N. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
				rice when the pilot selected unsuitable terrain and nosed over when landed on soft, wet 
				ground in a pasture at Speaks, TX 31Mar69. Registration current [Oct20]
			4348 (MSN 75-2678)  Registered as N52588. Modified as A75L300. Registration current [Oct20]. 
4352/4517	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			4353 US Naval Academy, NAS Annapolis, MD; SOC 1959. Registered as N7752C, current [Mar18]. 
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. Converted for fire fighting as tanker #E10. 
				Substantially damaged when ground looped and landing gear collapsed landing at Davis, CA 29Jun73. 
				Restoration in progress.
			4358 Registered 2Mar88 as N60848, expired 31Jan17. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			4359	Registered as N52568, sale reported 23May81, cancelled 11Dec12. Converted for agriculture and 
				pest control. Destroyed during crop spraying when the airplane struck a levee beneath a power 
				line and the landing gear collapsed landing in a field at Dunnigan, CA 14Aug67. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying after engine failure taking off, the landing gear 
				collapsed during the forced landing at Winters, CA 16Mar76.
				Reported derelict at Madera, CA [1989].
			4363 to civil registry as N9181R, current [Mar 2018]
			4364	Registered as N45110. Registered 5Feb53 to Sanders Aviation, Tempe, AZ;  cancelled 9Mar72.
			4366 to civil registry as N44987, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Data plate and flight logs reported extant at Lincoln, CA [2013]
			4371 to civil registry as N45239, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			4374 to civil registry as N44954, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control
			4375	Registered as N44955. Registered 19Oct67 to Chico Aerial Applicators Inc, Chico, CA; cancelled 9Jan71.
			4376 to civil registry as N44902, current [Mar 2018]
			4377	Registered as N6395T, cancelled 18Aug93. Restoration in progress [2013].
			4383 to civil registry as N42745, current [Mar 2018]
			4384 Registered as N44957. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Reregistered as N66CV 4Aug05. 
				Registration N66CV reserved 22Jun05, registered 4Aug05, expired 14Feb08, cancelled 9Oct14, 
				restored 22Jul15, current [Mar18]. 
			4388 to civil registry as N44827, sale reported, revoked 14Jan77. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Registered 4Dec12 as N44827, current [Mar18]. 
			4391 to civil registry as N44958, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			4393 to civil registry as N45146, current [Mar18]. Damaged when veered off runway on takeoff attempt 
				25Jun83; the tail wheel did not lock at start of roll.
			4394 to civil registry as N44988, current [Mar18]. Restoration project [2013].
			4397 to civil registry as N44923, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			4400	Registered 12Jul46 as N45122, cancelled 20May65
			4402 Registered as N44724, cancelled 6Jul90 on export to Canada. Converted for agriculture and pest 
				control. Modified to simulate a red single-seat German First World War fighter for a film. 
				Sold to Canada 1979. Rebuilt over 12 years. Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat 
				installed. Registered 3Jan91 as CF-HUS, current [Mar18]. First post rebuild flight 11Oct91 
				at Pender Harbour, British Columbia, Canada. Airworthy on floats [2013].
			4403 Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registration N5582R assigned 9Feb80, ntu. 
				Registration N5582R pending 10Apr07. Registered 24May07 as N5582R, reregistered 14Jan08. 
				Registered 14Jan08 as N33NR, expired 30Sep11, cancelled 22Apr13. 
			4405 to civil registry as N7753C, expired 14Jun86. Registered 26Sep01 as N7753C, expired 30Sep12, 
				cancelled 12Jul17. Converted for agriculture and pest control. Used for fighting forest fires. 
				Damaged when veered off runway and nosed over on landing 21Jul83.
			4406 Registered as N45192, cancelled. Registration N45192 assigned 26Jan89, ntu. Registered G-ONAF 31Jan89, 
				current [Mar18].
			4407 Registered as N44760, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 9Jul12. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
				Substantially damaged when the airplane collided with wires at Lucerne, CA 21Jul74; due to a 
				misunderstanding, neither pilot was in control of the airplane.
				Noted stored at Yankee Aircraft Museum, Chino, CA  May 1993
			4409 to civil registry as N4409, current [Mar 2018]
			4410	Registered as N45085, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jul12.
			4411 to civil registry as N45206, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Stored dismantled [2013].
			4417 to civil registry as N4417, current [Mar 2018]
			4420 to civil registry as N45091.  This is the aircraft that appeared
				in the motion picture "North by Northwest", starring Cary Grant. N45091 cancelled Oct 24, 2012.
				To Canadian registry as C-FNMW Nov 15, 2012.  
				Current [Mar 2018]
			4421 to civil registry as N45035, current [Mar18]. Modified for aerial advertising
			4425 to civil registry as N44879, expired 30Nov17. Registered 30Jul09 to the City of Irvine, CA. 
				Preserved and on display at the El Toro Marine Corps Museum, Orange County, CA. Airworthy.
			4428	Registered as N44857, cancelled 20May65
			4432 Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered as N600JF, reregistered 4May06. 
				Registered 4May06 as N5078Q, cancelled 25Nov14. 
			4437	Registered as N44871, cancelled 21Jan71.
			4439	Registered as N44808, cancelled.
			4442 to civil registry as N45186, current [Mar 2018]
			4445 became NR45299 with CAA Department of Commerce, then N45299. Noted stored at Yankee Aircraft Museum, Chino, CA  May 1993. 
				Registration N45299 cancelled by FAA Mar 31, 2009.  Registered to users in 
				United Kingdom Apr 16, 2009 as G-CFXT.  Current [Mar 2018]
			4447 to civil registry as N44814, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				San Tan Dusters Inc. Stored dismantled at Chandler MAP, AZ [noted Sep74]. [may be stored 
				dismantled at Coolidge, AZ 2017].
			4448 to civil registry as N45261, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Destroyed at Prescott, WA 11Aug77 when the airplane stalled pulling up during a low pass by a friend’s house
			4450 to civil registry as N678ZB, current [Mar 2018]. 
			4453 to civil registry as N45125 . Converted for agriculture and pest control. Registered 18Dec62 to 
				Medlock Dusters, Woodland, CA. Destroyed during crop spraying when the airplane collided with 
				a static cable on an electronic tower at Winters, CA. Registration expired 2Aug96, cancelled 14Oct14
			4454 to civil registry as N45063, cancelled Jun 16, 1976, sale reported 14Jan77. Converted for 
				agriculture and pest control
			4455 to civil registry as N44964.  Sale reported 18Mar78, cancelled 9Nov12. Converted for 
				agriculture and pest control. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Imperial, CA 19Sep66
			4460	Registered as N44823, cancelled 29Oct63
			4462 to civil registry as N44969, cancelled 31Oct17. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
			4464 to civil registry as N44965, current [Mar 2018]
			4465 to civil registry as N45015, current [Mar 2018]
			4468 to civil registry as N45225.  Revoked Jan 14, 1977.
			4472 to civil registry as N44824.  Deregistered Feb 13, 1964 after crop
				dusting accident when the airplane nosed over after a forced landing
			4474	Registered as N134R, cancelled 11Jun70. 
			4477 VN11D-C, NAS Corpus Christi, TX 1941. NAS New Orleans, LA 1943. Stricken 11Feb43. 
				Registered as N44848, current [Mar18]. Marysville Seeding and Dusting, Yuba City CA 1946. 
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. Agricultural spray equipment removed and front 
				seat installed 1986. On October 26, 2008 the airplane experienced a total loss of engine 
				power seconds after takeoff from Rialto Municipal Airport, Rialto, California. The airplane 
				collided with vegetation during the forced landing in an open field about 1/2-mile southwest 
				of the airport. The airplane was substantially damaged. The planned round-robin flight 
				originated from Flabob Airport in Riverside. The pilot flew to the Rialto Municipal Airport, 
				landed, and taxied back for takeoff. The accident occurred during the pilot's attempted 
				return flight to Flabob. The pilot made a forced landing in a nearby field. During 
				rollout in the field, the airplane collided with a tree, which resulted in impact damage 
				to the wings. Several hours later, the pilot recovered the airplane from the accident site 
				under a police escort. The pilot started the engine and taxied the airplane from the 
				accident landing site to the airport, whereupon its engine was shut down. 
				The accident carburetor had been improperly assembled. The mixture shaft was improperly 
				keyed and/or out of alignment with its respective track. This anomaly may result in 
				unreliable mixture settings. Repaired and airworthy [2009].
			4480 US Naval Academy, NAS Annapolis, MD, code 62 [noted 1959]. Registered as N695M, current [Mar18]. 
				Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Preserved and on display on floats.
			4481	Registered as N44841, cancelled 17Jan72. Converted for agriculture and pest control.
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the aircraft collided with wires pulling up 
				after a run and crashed at Dos Palos, CA 26Aug67.
			4482 to civil registry as N9312Z, expired 31Mar94, cancelled 5May15. Registered 18Dec62 to Medlock 
				Dusters, Davis University Airport, Davis CA.
			4484 to civil registry as N44837, current [Mar18]. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Substantially damaged during crop spraying when the aircraft stalled pulling up after a run and 
				crashed at Sun Sites, AZ 25May64. Yanks Air Museum, Chino Airport, Chino, CA. Derelict fuselage 
				stored in museum compound [noted Feb16].
			4485	Registered as N44933, cancelled 29Nov12. Reported dismantled at Northwood, OH [2013].
			4486	Registered as N44867. Registered 16Sep91 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX. 
				Destroyed. Registration cancelled 16Oct97
			4487	Registered as N4487, expired 30Mar91, cancelled 29Nov12. 
			4488 to civil registry as N44821, current [Mar 2018]
			4490 to civil registry as N933R.  current [Mar 2018]
			4493 to civil registry as N45036, cancelled 19Oct17. Destroyed by tornado
			4494 Registered 5Mar56 as N45120, revoked 14Jan77, restored 24Apr09, current [Mar18]. Converted for 
				agriculture and pest control. Registered 24Apr09 to the Iowa Military Aviation Heritage Museum, 
				Ankeny, IA. Preserved and restoration for display at the Iowa Aviation Heritage Museum.
			4495 to civil registry as N45108, cancelled 14Feb18. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Data plate reported extant at Lincoln, CA [2013].
			4497 Registered as N45084, cancelled 29Nov12. Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Converted for fire fighting as tanker #E23. Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. 
				Preserved and on display in hangar 4 as N45084 in the colors of Jensen Flying Service, #11.
			4499 to civil registry as N45102, current [Mar18]. Noted stored at Yankee Aircraft Museum, Chino, CA  May 1993.
				Converted for agriculture and pest control. 
				Agricultural spray equipment removed and front seat installed. Airworthy.
			4500	Registered as N45116, cancelled 25Sep71
			4505	Reported dismantled at Windsor, CO [2014].
			4506 to civil registry as N45217, revoked 14Jan77. Substantially damaged when ground looped on 
				landing at Gilbert, AZ 3Jun64 and collided with parked N3N-3 N44846
			4517	Registered as N44868, cancelled 4Jan71. Westaire Service, Rio Vista, CA.
4518/4691	Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless
			MSN 751/800, MSN 801/955 (odd numbers only), 957/1002.  All are El Segundo MSNs
			4518 (VB-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4519 (VS-6, Enterprise CV-6) crashed May 21, 1941 at Loko Honaloa, Hawaii.
			4520 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
			4521 (VB-6) deck crash on Enterprise 4/30/1942
			4522 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, shot down by enemy fighter over Roi Island, Kwajelein Atoll Feb 1, 1942.
			4523 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost at Misima in South Pacific May 7, 1942.
			4524 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Wake Island Feb 24, 1942
			4526 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			4527 (VS-8) w/o 5/18/42 in ditching off Pearl Harbor, attached to USS Hornet.
			4528 (VB-3) attahed to USS Lexington, lost off Pearl Harbor Feb 19, 1942
			4529 (VB-5) w/o 10/30/41 in overside landing aboard USS Yorktown.  Crew OK.
			4530 (VB-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			4531 (VS-2) went down with USS Lexington (CV-2), which was sunk in the Battle of the Coral Sea May 8, 1942.
				The wreck of the Lexington was found Mar 4, 2018 by the Research Vessel Petrel
			4532 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost Battle of Midway, 6/4/1942.
			4533 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4534 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			4536 (VB-3) w/o 5/15/42 near NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii.  Two crewmembers killed.
			4537 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			4538 (VB-3) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4539 (VS-5, USS Yorktown (CV-5)) lost May 8, 1942 during Battle of Coral Sea when shot down by Zeros.  Both crew MIA.
			4542 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway  Landed on USS Yorktown with battle damage to 
				right tailplane Jun 4, 1942.
			4543 (MSN 776) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ217. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5013. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
			4544 (VB-10) w/o 9/30/42 in mid-air collision off NAS
				Barbers Point, HI.  Two crew killed.
			4545 (VS-2) on USS Lexington (CV-32).  (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise, lost enroute to Guadalcanal Oct 21, 1942
			4546 (VB-5) w/o 10/8/41 in ditching on takeoff from USS Yorktown (CV-5).
			4547 with VS-2 on USS Lexington in 1942.  With VS-8 lost in south Pacific Dec 31, 1942
			4548 (VS-8) spun in and sank off USS Hornet 8/8/42.  Crew OK.
			4549 (MSN 782) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ208. Transferred to NZ ownership late 
				1943 with permanent serial NZ5004. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Crashed and written off at Ardmore on 
				training flight on Jan 19, 1944 when controls locked and swung off runway at Ardmore, New Zealand.  Crew survived.
			4550 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 30, 1943
			4551 (VB-3) attached to USS Yorktown lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			4552 (VB-3) attached to USS Saratoga lost at Noumea in south Pacific Dec 21, 1942
			4555 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor SOC Jul 31, 1944
			4556 (VS-5) crashed during familiarization flight landing attempt at Norfolk NAS Jun 21, 1941.
				Pilot (sole occupant) killed.
			4557 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4559 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942 when ship sank.
			4562 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown lost at Jaluit in central Pacific Feb 1, 1942.
			4563 (VS-72) lost at Efate in south Pacific Dec 31, 1942.  Also listed as being lowd Aug 24, 1943
				on training exercise off coast of Pacific Beach, San Diego, CA.  Both crew killed.  Plane
				settled on bottom of sea in nearly 200 feet of water.  Wreck was found by divers Nov 2019
			4565 (VB-8) lost at Efate in south Pacific Dec 31, 1942
			4567 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown, crashed in heavy squall Feb 1, 1942 during raid on
				Marshall-Gilbert Islands.  Both crew rescued.
			4568 (VS-8) lost in south Pacific Dec 31, 1942
			4569 (VS-2) on USS Lexington (CV-2) embarked Apr 27, 1942.  Assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost Sep 1, 1944
			4570 (VS-6) shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack.
			4571 (VB-8) w/o 7/19/42 near NAS Barbers PT during dive 
				bombing practice.  Crew killed.
			4572 (VS-6) lost at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
			4573 (VB-5) w/o 2/21/42 in ditching due to fuel exaustion
				during landing approach to USS Yorktown.  Aircraft history card also says that plane was lost with VJ-10
				at Pallikulo Airfield in South Pacific Aug 2, 1944.
			4574 (VS-5) ditched off USS Yorktown (CV-5) Apr 27, 1942 due to broken
				oil line.  Crew rescued by USS Walke.
			4576 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4577 and 4578 (both of VB-3) w/o in mid-air collision with
				each other 1/23/42 off Diamond Head, Hawaii.  4 killed.
			4579 (VB-8) lost at Efate in south Pacific Dec 31, 1942
			4580 (VB-3) attached to USS Saratoga lost enroute to Guadalcanal Aug 4, 1942.
			4581 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost 6/4/1942, Battle of Midway
			4582 (VS-3) w/o 3/19/42 in engine run-in test at NAS San
				Diego.  Another report has the plane being attached to USS Enterprise and lost at Wake Island Mar 22, 1942.
			4583 (VS-6 w/o 2/24/42 in landing accident aboard Enterprise
				after return from mission near Marcus in central Pacific.  One missing.
			4584 (VB-5) w/o Sep 2, 1942 on takeoff from Saratoga near Espiritu Santo in south Pacific
			4585 (MSN 835) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ209. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5005. Brought on charge Oct 26, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948,
				Aircraft history card states that plane was lost with VS-6 at Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 25, 1942
			4586 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise lost off Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 25, 1942
			4588 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942 when ship sank.
			4590 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, hit by enemy fire Apr 20, 1942, ditched at sea.
			4591 (VS-3) w/o 12/23/41 in takeoff accident from USS Saratoga.  Both crewmen killed.
			4592 (VMSB-224) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 14, 1942
			4593 (VS-8) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
			4595 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise lost enroute to Coral Sea May 17, 1942
			4596 (VMSB-244) lost at Midway May 15, 1943
			4597 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4598 (VB-6) ditched during bombing practice off USS Enterprise 3/31/1942 off Hawaii
			4599 (VMJ-252) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 15, 1943
			4600 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4601 (VB-3) w/o 11/6/41 when spun in during dive bomb training at 
				Border Field, CA, two crewmen killed.
			4602 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost off Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 25, 1942
			4603 (VB-3) lost when went overside on landing on USS Enterprise 4/20/1942 off Hawaii.
			4604 (VS-6) destroyed on deck of USS Enterprise 6/4/42 due to
				enemy action.  Another reference has this plane being with VB-8 and assigned to USS Hornet and lost
				at Midway Jun 5, 1942 
			4606 w/o 9/5/42 at San Diego in landing accident.  Crew killed.
			4607 (MAG-14) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 31, 1943
			4608 (VS-3) attached to USS Saratoga lost at Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Sep 13, 1942
			4609 assigned to POOL at Palikulo Airfield in south Pacific, w/o Jul 8, 1944
			4610 (VS-10) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
			4611 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			4612 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4613 (VB-3) attached to USS Saratoga, w/o 12/11/41 in take-off accident from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
			4614 (VB-3) w/o 9/19/41 on landing on USS Saratoga.
			4615 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise, shot down 6/4/42, Battle of Midway.
			4616 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost enroute to Santa Cruz in east central Pacific Jul 21, 1942
			4620 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
			4621 w/o 10/4/41 in crash into San Diego Bay.  Both crewmen
				killed
			4622 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942 when ship sank.
			4623 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4624 (VS-2) lost in east central Pacific Jul 10, 1942
			4625 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost at Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank
			4626 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost off Makin in south Pacific Feb 1, 1942
			4629 (VS-2) on USS Lexington (CV-2) embarked Apr 27, 1942.  (VS-72) attached to USS Hornet, lost in south Pacific Sep 17, 1942
			4630 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4631 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4632 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4633 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4634 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost in Battle of Midway Jun 5, 1942 when ship sank.
			4635 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 9, 1942
			4636 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet, force landed at sea Jun 4, 1942 during Battle of Midway.  Crew rescued.
			4637 (VS-2) on USS Lexington embarked Apr 27, 1942
			4638 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			4639 (VS-2) lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
			4640 lost at Efate in south Pacific Dec 29, 1942
			4641 (VS-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank.
			4642 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
			4644 (VS-2) w/o 10/26/41 in ditching from USS Lexington
			4645 (MSN 955) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ216. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with 
				permanent serial NZ5012. Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar 19 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
				Another report has the plane being with VS-6 and attached to USS Enterprise and lost near Roi in west central
				Pacific Feb 1, 1942.
			4646 (VS-6) w/o 5/20/42 stalled on takeoff from USS Enterprise enroute to Coral Sea.  One killed.
			4647 (VS-2) on USS Lexington embarked Apr 27, 1942.  (VB-6) w/o 7/9/42 in takeoff accident off USS Enterprise.
				Two cremembers survived.
			4649 (VP-101) w/o 6/17/42 off Sydney, Australia, one killed.
			4650 with VB-2 on USS Lexington embarked Apr 27, 1942
			4651 (VB-6) w/o 8/24/42 off USS Enterprise.  Another report has the plane being with VS-5 and attached to USS Yorktown
				and lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4652 (MSN 963) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ213. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5009. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
			4653 in late pullout from dive bomb run Border Fld, CA 
				11/10/1941.  Pilot killed.
			4654 (VS-6) w/o 3/2/42 in ditching from USS Enterprise off Wake Island
			4655 (VB-2) attached to USS Lexington, lost in ballte of Coral Sea May 8, 1942 when ship sank
			4656 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost of Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 26, 1942
			4657 missing after takeoff from North Island 3/13/1942.
			4658 w/o 11/10/41, San Diego when failed to pull out from
				dive bombing run.  Two crewmen killed. Another report has the plane being los in south Pacific Sep 7, 1942
			4662 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet, lost at Battle of Midway Jun 6, 1942
			4663 (VB-3) attached to to USS Enterprise lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
			4664 (VS-8) missing on patrol at Midway off Hornet 5/29/1942.  Other report gives the date as Jun 8, 1942
			4666 lost at Battle of Coral Sea.  Flown by Jo Jo Powers, who won Medal of Honor posthumously.
			4667 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Sep Sep 14, 1942
			4668 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown, crashed after takeoff near Wake Island 2/24/1942.
			4669 (VMSB-231) lost in south Pacific Sep 17, 1942
			4670 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown, crashed after takeoff from Yorktown off Hawaii 4/9/1942.
			4672 (MSN 983) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ207. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5003. Brought on charge Oct 21, 1943. No record of disposal.
			4673 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 30, 1942
			4674 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Feb 9, 1942
			4675 (MSN 986) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ212. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5008. May never have been flown by RNZAF due to deteriorated condition when received. To instructional airframe INST91 
				with the TTS at Nelson in early 1944. It would appear that the aircraft never reached Nelson but was probably stored at 
				Hobsonville before being sold for scrap on Aug 1, 1948.
			4676 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, shot down 2/1/42 by enemy aircraft over Roi Island in west central Pacific
			4677 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet.  Festroyed in action 6/6/42 at Battle of Midway in attack on enemy
				ship Mikuma, no pullout from dive.  Ens. Donald Griswold and
				Arm 1c. K.C. Bunch killed.
			4679 with VB-2 embarked on USS Lexington Apr 27, 1942
			4680 with VB-2 enbarked on USS Lexington Apr 27, 1942
			4682 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise, lost at Battle of Midway, 6/4/1942.
			4683 (VB-3) lost Jun 14, 1942
			4685 (VB-5) attached to USS Yoktown, lost in Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942
			4686 (VS-5) attached to USS Yorktown.  Ditched May 8, 1942 near task force due to landing gear damage suffered during 
				strike mission during Battle of Coral Sea.  Both crew rescued by destroyer USS Aylwin.
			4687 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 25, 1943
			4688 assignet to STAG-1 in Russels, south Pacific.  W/o Oct 20, 1944
			4689 (VS-5) crashed on deck of USS Yorktown (CV-5) during landing Apr 9, 1942, in Coral Sea.  Both crew unhurt.
			4690 (VB-3) it was the plane Swede Vejtasa flew when he shot down two Zeros and rammed a 3rd in the Coral Sea, 
				was attached to USS Yorktown, lost Jun 16, 1942 at Midway when Yorktown sank.
			4691 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-5), lost at Battle of Coral Sea May 8, 1942.		
4692/4706	Douglas R4D-1 
			Navy equivalent of C-47
			4692 (MSN 4284) to US Navy Alameda Apr 01, 1942 - VR-2 May 10, 1942 - VR-4 Mar 05, 1943 - 
				Operated by PAA-Alaska Sep 1943 to Nov 1944 - SOC Dec 31, 1944.  To civilian registry as NC33372
				(Pan American Airways), LR-ABO later OD-ABO (MEA Jan 16, 1953, Lebanon's prefix was 
				changed from LR- to OD-) and VR-AAN (Aden Airways ‘Nissab’ Apr 06, 1956).  Crashed Wadi
				Rabta, 130 m E of Aden Nov 23, 1966. Plane had reached a cruising altitude of 6000 feet,
				20 minutes after takeoff from Mayfa'ah when an explosive device
				detonated in the passenger cabin on the left side just above the wing.
				The plane disintegrated and crashed
			4693 (MSN 4300) to US Navy Apr 14, 1942 - Alameda - VR-2 Apr 16, 1942 - VR-4 Apr 27, 1943.
				Struck mountain near Oakland, CA. Apr 21, 1943, 9 killed.  SOC May 04, 1943.
			4694 (MSN 4301) to US Marine Corps Apr 17, 1942 - VMJ-152 - VMJ-253 sep 14, 1942 - MAG-35 Aug 1943 - 
				MARF Air West Aug 1945 - MAG-33 Mar 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as
				NC91026 (American Aircraft Corp), XB-WIP, XA-JIP (CMA), CF-FKQ (Maritime Central Dec 15, 1952). 
				Crashed Moncton, NB. Apr 15, 1961.
			4695 (MSN 4302) to US Marine Corps Apr 17, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-153 - VMJ-253 Sep 14, 1942 - Alameda Apr 16, 1943 - 
				MAG-35 Aug 1943 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC41075 (No details), cancelled.
			4696 (MSN 4303) to US Marine Corps Apr 20, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253.  Crashed in sea, SOC Dec 31, 1942.
			4697 (MSN 4304) to US Marine Corps Apr 20, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253 - Honolulu Jan 1944 - FAW Jun 05, 1946 - 
				Fasron-102 Aug 1946 - SOC Sep 30, 1946. To civilian registry as NC29086 (Harrington’s Inc). 
				Crashed Akron, OH. Nov 04, 1949.
			4698 (MSN 4305) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 - VR-1 Apr 30, 1942 - VR-7 Mar 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Roanoke Oct 1944 - VRF-2 Jan 1945 - SOC Jun 30, 1946.  NLR.
			4699 (MSN 4306) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 - VR-1 Apr 30, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Roanoke Oct 1944 - Shawnee Jan 1945 - Miami Apr 1945 - Jacksonville Oct 1945 - SOC Oct 31, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as NC95481, PP-ANC (TAN Aug 04, 1948), PP-ASP (Sadia Jul 14, 1961),
				G-ATXT (Handley Page Ltd Jul 29, 1966).  Stored Ft Lauderdale, FL. until sold to Fastair Inc, Miami, FL.
				Mar 07, 1968.   N950FA Fastair Inc, Miami, FL US 07Mar68 J Ribler, Red Bank, NJ R24Apr69 FNA Inc, 
				Ft Lauderdale, FL US B19Mar75/R02Apr75. N48FN reregistered l4Jul75 WFU.  Lambeth Aircraft Corp, Phoenix, AZ US 
				Registered 03Jul80.  Equipment & Compaction Co. Inc, Riverside, CA. registered 24Nov80.  Empennage Inc, 
				Seattle, WA US registered Ju183.  registration changed to N92HA and N781T (Tolair Services).  
				To MBD Corp, San Juan, PR. Feb 08, 1999, current on USCAR Mar 2003.
			4700 (MSN 4360) to US Marine Corps May 07, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-152 May 08, 1942 - Douglas Aircraft Co Aug 13, 1942 - 
				VMJ-252 Aug 27, 1942 - Alameda Oct 11, 1944 - VRS-1 Dec 12, 1945 - FAW Jan 14, 1946 - SOC Aug 31, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as NC36898 (For ferry), PP-XCC (Dias Henrique e Cia) and PP-IBC (Central Aerea Ltda apr
				11, 1949).  Crashed Vitoria da Conquista, Bahia, Brazil Nov 04, 1950.
			4701 (MSN 4361) to US Marine Corps May 07, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253 May 08, 1942 - VMJ-153 May 19, 1943 -
				NAOT May 15, 1944 - OTU Lake City Sep 25, 1944 - Banana River Jul 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as PP-YPI (REAL Jan 02, 1948 - Trpts Aereos Norte de Brasil, baught Jun 1954,
				registered Jun 11, 1959 only - Sold to Varig Aug 1961, registered Nov 16, 1966). Cancelled Jun 09, 1969, 
				b/u Sao Paulo, Brazil
			4702 (MSN 4362) to US Navy May 06, 1942 - VR-1 May 09, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				VR-7 Jan 1944 - VR-3 Apr 1945 - Fasron-102 Aug 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as N91028 (Trans 
				Pacific Airlines - Aloha Airlines Nov 1958 - Airflite Inc.).  Sold to Paraguay AF, operated as T-35, then 
				as ZP-CCG from Mar 1972 to 1977 for LAPSA and again to Paraguay AF as 2007.  Wfu Nov 1996, stored 
				Asuncion.
			4703 (MSN 4363) to US Navy May 06, 1942 - VR-1 May 09, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Roanoke Jan 1945 - Miami Mar 1945 - Jacksonville Apr 1945 - Miami Sep 1945 - Glenview Jun 30, 1946 - 
				SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as C900 (Expreso Aereo - Jarosair),  NI699M Dow Chemical Co. 1951- 
				Draper Chemical Co. -N69D Rr N1699M Rr N234Z Airflite Inc, Freeland, MI US  Jun63 Pennzoil Co, Oil City, 
				PA US 1964 Pennzoil United Co, Houston, TX US 1971- Pennzoil Co, 1975 Canc 1976 Jerry Foster Enterprises, 
				R03May78.  HZ-TA3 (Prince Talal Bin Abdul Aziz ‘Sara’ Sep 05, 1979).  Reverted to N234Z.   Currently operated 
				as ZS-MRU by Airworld for Speed Service Courrier.  Reservation TF-AVN reserved Sep 2005 for Air 
				Atlanta Icelandic of Reykjavik, Iceland, taken up 2007.
			4704 (MSN 4364) to US Navy May 10, 1942 - VR-2 - Operated by PAA Aug 29, 1942 - VR-3 Aug 1943 - VRF-2 Jan 1944 - 
				VRS-1 Jul 1945 - SOC Aug 31, 1945.  NLR.  To PP-IBA, PP-ANR, then Brazilian AF 2079
			4705 (MSN 4365) to US Marine Corp May 09, 1942 - VR-2 May 9, 1942 - MCAS Cherry Point Oct 06, 1942 - Quantico
				Jul 24, 1943 - Glendale Jan 26, 1944 - Quantico Jul 1944 - SOC Sep 0, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC9399H,
				PP-KAB (VIABRAS Jul 05, 1947), PP-ANM (TAN Sep 1952 - REAL Jun 20, 1961).  Sold to Argentine AF Aug 17, 1961, 
				operated as T-32, TC-32 (LADE colours) and TA-05.  Reported at National Air Museum, Buenos Aires.
			4706 (MSN 4366) to US Marine Corps May 09, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-153 May 9, 1942 - VMJ-252 Sep 14, 1942 - MAG-25 Mar 17, 1943 - 
				SOC Aug 03, 1943
4707/4708	Douglas R4D-2
			Two DC-3-388s taken over by Navy from Eastern Airlines.  Later redesignated R4D-2F and then R4D-2Z.
			4707 (MSN 4097, NC28389, ntu).  To US Navy May 12, 1941 - Anacostia NAS Mar 12, 1941.  Later redesignated R4D-2F 
				and R4D-2Z.  SOC Mar 31, 1946.  To 
				civilian registry as NC28389, N3941A, F-BGSE (TAI Jan 11, 1957 - Air Madagascar Nov 1960), 
				5R-MAH (reregistered Mar 1963).  Wfu Jun 1969, b/u.
			4708 (MSN 4098, NC28390, ntu). To US Navy Apr 25, 1941 - Redesignated R42-2F the R4D-2Z.  To US Naval Attaché, 
				Cape Town 1941.  SOC Dec 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as ZS-BNB (Mercury Aviation Feb 1947).  Crashed
				Malakal, Sudan Apr 19, 1947.
4709/4710	Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
4711/4725	Beech JRB-2 Expeditor
			4713 (MSN 1040) rebuilt as SNB-5 in 1952, later redesignated TC-45J.  To N90274
			4718 (MSN 1045) rebuilt as SNB-5 in 1952, later redesignated TC-45J.   To LV-APG.  Crashed on takeoff at Lobos, 
				Buenos Aires, Argentina Nov 27, 1983.
			4719 (MSN 1046) rebuilt as SNB-5 (MSN N-852) in 1952, later redesignated TC-45J.  Retired to storage at NAS 
				Litchfield Park, Arizona in 1964.
			4722 attached to Pekos Field in south Pacific, w/o Apr 1, 1944
			4725 (MSN 1052) rebuilt as SNB-5 (MSN N-806) in 1951, later redesignated TC-45J.  To N3761.  
				To Tarrant County Community College in 1968 as an instructional airframe.  In 2010 was in storage with 
				Vintage Flying Museum, Fort Worth, TX awaiting restoration.
4726/4729	Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
4730/4783	Curtiss SO3C-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82A
			4730 spun after takeoff near Point Onlodam, NY Jul 24, 1943.  2 killed.
			4731 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
			4732 to US Coast Guard Jun 3, 1943 as 4732, returned to US Navy Dec 23, 1943. Made bad landing at NATC Pensacola, FL Mar 28, 1944.
			4734 spun in on takeoff Bolling Field, Washington, DC May 1, 1942.
			4735 SOC from USN Jan 31, 1945 for probable conversion to Queen Seamew
				target drone for Royal Navy, but no record of receipt by RN.
			4742 to US Coast Guard May 27, 1943 as 4742, returned to US Navy Dec 23, 1943.
			4743 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired 
			4745 (VCS-5, USS Cleveland) hit water after catapult in Chesapeake Bay,
				Jul 29, 1942.
			4746 to US Coast Guard Sep 3, 1943 as 4746, returned to US Navy Jan 17, 1944. 
			4747 to US Coast Guard Sep 6, 1943 as 4747, returned to US Navy Jan 4, 1944. 
			4748 (CL-56) attached to USS Columbia, lost in central Atlantic Sep 5, 1942
			4749 to US Coast Guard Jun 10, 1943 as 4749, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944. 
			4750 (VCS-14, USS Columbia) stalled in turn after takeoff and crashed
				into Jamaica Bay, Long Island, NY Aug 26, 1942.
			4751 to US Coast Guard Dec 1, 1943 as 4751, returned to US Navy Jan 11, 1944. 
			4752 stalled on takeoff from NAS Norfolk, VA and crashed into field
				near NAS Willoughby Bay, Virginia Aug 27, 1942.
			4755 in takeoff accident NAS Jacksonville, FL Apr 5, 1943.
			4762 to US Coast Guard Sep 3, 1943 as 4762, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944. 
			4763 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawass, SOC Jul 31, 1943
			4764 to US Coast Guard Sep 3, 1943 as 4764, returned to US Navy Dec 1, 1943. 
			4765 to US Coast Guard Jun 10, 1943 as 4765, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944. 
			4770 to US Coast Guard Sep 3, 1943 as 4770, returned to US Navy Nov 15, 1943. 
			4771 to US Coast Guard May 4, 1943 as 4771, returned to US Navy Dec 20, 1943. 
			4775 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  Hit large swell and crashed at sea off Makapu' Point Lighthouse, HI 
				Nov 5, 1942.
			4777 to US Coast Guard Jun 10, 1943 as 4777, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944. 
			4778 to US Coast Guard Jun 11, 1943 as 4778, returned to US Navy Dec 23, 1943.
			4779 to US Coast Guard Sep 8, 1943 as 4779, returned to US Navy Jan 13, 1944.  
			4782 (VP-13) missing on local flight Oahu, Hawaii Aug 31, 1943.  Crash site located 8 months later.  2 crew killed.
4784/4792	Curtiss SO3C-2C Seagull
			Transferred to Royal Navy as Seamew I ??
			4786 forced landed due to fuel exhaustion and nosed over NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii
				Mar 18, 1943.
			4788 (VJ-11) lost at Efate in south Pacific Nov 3, 1944
			4790 to US Coast Guard Jun 10, 1943 as 4790, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944. 
4793/4879	Curtiss SO3C-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82A
			4793 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, w/o Apr 7, 1943
			4803 lost power near Fall City.  2 crewmembers bailed out.
			4804 (VCS-12, USS Denver) crashed at sea during recovery, plane
				sunk by gunfire Jan 24, 1943.  Pilot sank with plane.
			4807 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
			4808 to US Coast Guard Jun 10, 1943 as 4808, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944.
			4809 to US Coast Guard Jun 10, 1943 as 4809, returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944.  
			4812 missing near Farallon Islands, CA Oct 29, 1943. 2 crew missing.
			4813 to US Coast Guard Sep 3, 1943.  Swerved off runway at USCG Port Angeles, WA Oct 15, 1943
			4815 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
			4818 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
			4822 loss of power near Tucson, AZ Sept 12, 1943.  Pilot bailed out.
			4823 force landed on ferry flight Lewes, DE Dec 19, 1942.
			4825 (VS-57, USS Noumea) lost power, force-landed, and capsized Jan 29, 1943.  SOC Feb 22, 1943
			4826 SOC US Navy Jan 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE302.  This may have been KE304 which 
				crashed in the US during an early flight test 
			4828 SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX667
			4834 (VCS-12, USS Montpelier) stalled after catapult shot Jan 1, 1943.
				Pilot killed.
			4835 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE291
			4837 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE293
			4839 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JZ772
			4840 (VJ-11) lost at Efate in south Pacific Nov 26, 1944
			4842 forced landed in field near Palisades Field, California Aug 1, 1944.
			4845 forced landed and sank NAS San Pedro, CA Mar 18, 1944.
			4846 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX663
			4847 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX669
			4854 overshot landing at NAB St Louis, MO Oct 1, 1942.
			4856 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX668
			4857 (CL-58) attached to USS Denver, lost in north Atlantic Jan 6, 1943
			4861 (VCS-12, USS Denver) sunk at sea after recovery accident Jan 24, 1943.
			4865 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, w/o Sep 18, 1943
			4867 (CL-55) attached to USS Cleveland, lost enroute to VILA in south Pacific Feb 25, 1943
			4868 in takeoff accident NAS Seattle Jan 28, 1943.
			4870 to US Coast Guard Sep 3, 1943 as 4870, returned to US Navy Nov 15, 1943. 
			4871 (CL-56) attached to USS Columbia los at Rennell Island in south Pacific Jan 9, 1943
			4876 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX666
			4877 SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE303
			4879 to US Coast Guard May 27, 1943 as 4879, returned to US Navy Dec 23, 1943
4880/5029	Curtiss SO3C-2 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82B.  Ordered as SO3C-1, delivered as SO3C-2
			4887 (VS-35) engine overheated and crew of two bailed near Cape
				Henry, VA.  One killed.
			4888 force landed at Atlanta, GA May 14, 1943.
			4896 stalled on takeoff at Kingman, AL Apr 28, 1943.
			4899 (VC-31) crashed during low-altitude snap roll near NAAS Santa
				Rosa, CA Jul 23, 1942.  2 killed.
			4902 stalled on takeoff at NAS North Island, CA Jan 14, 1943.
			4903 (VS-71) nosed over on landing Fresno, CA Jul 29, 1943.
			4904 (VJ-11) lost at Efate in south Pacific Nov 26, 1944
			4905 in landing accident at Suffolk Municipal APT, VA May 14, 1944.
			4906 overshot runway in landing at NAS Astoria, OR Oct 20, 1943.
			4909 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, w/o Apr 1, 1944
			4929 force landed at sea and sank off Yaquina Head, Oregon Dec 6, 1943.
			4932 engine failure near Modesto, CA Dec 14, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
			4938 force-landed in a stand of trees near Kirtland, NM Jan 15, 1944.
			4939 crashed after takeoff from NAS Alameda, CA.  2 killed.
			4943 (VJ-11) lost at Efate in south Pacific Nov 26, 1944
			4946 force landed near W. Pecos, TX Apr 19, 1943.
			4950 stalled on takeoff from San Pedro Harbor, CA Apr 18, 1943.
			4972 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
			4973 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
			4985 stalled on landing NAS Jacksonville, FL Dec 23, 1942.
			4999 in landing accident at NAS Norman, OK Apr 14, 1944.