US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Second Series (5030 to 7303)


Last revised September 8, 2015


5030/5262		Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Manually-operated folding wings
				5031 (VF-71, USS Wasp) lost Aug 1942.
				5033 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5041 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5043 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5049 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 24, 1942
				5050 (VF-5) used May 1942 to test the first F4F belly fuel
					tank.  Destroyed on ground Oct 13, 1942, Guadalcanal
				5056 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5068 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5070 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5071 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5073 (VF-5) destroyed on ground Oct 13, 1943, Guadalcanal
				5075 (VF-6) to VF-6 Apr 1, 1942.  With USS Enterprise on Tokyo raid 
					Apr 18, 1942.  Transferred to VF-5.  Bombed on Oct 15, 1942 
					at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal and SOC Nov 9 1942.
				5077 crashed south of Pe Ell, WA and not found until 1949.
				5079 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5080 (VF-3) shot down by Zero during takeoff from Yorktown Jun 4, 1942.
					Pilot KIA.
				5082 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5084 (VF-5) lost Oct 2, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				5089 (VF-8, USS Hornet) destroyed one Japanese dive bomber during
					battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942 but was shot down.  Pilot KIA.
				5093 (VF-23) flown by Medal of Honor winner Lt. Cdr James Thach
					when he shot down 5 enemy aircraft Feb 20, 1942.  Plane
					damaged during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942 and landed on
					Yorktown.  Plane was pushed over the side after the ship was attacked
					Jun 6, 1942.  Ship sank the next day.
				5098 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5099 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5102 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5103 (VF-71, USS Wasp) lost Aug 7, 1942
				5107 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5108 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5112 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5114 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5125 (VF-5) lost Oct 11, 1042, Guadalcanal.
				5130 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5131 ditched May 1, 1942, pilot rescued.
				5133 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 24, 1942.
				5135 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5136 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5137 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5138 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 25, 1942
				5141 (VF-5) lost Sep 29, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				5149 (VF-6) lost on operations at sea Jul 15, 1942.
				5150 (VF-3) shot down Jun 4, 1942 during Battle of Midway.  Pilot KIA.
				5151 (VF-3) shot down by Zero Jun 4, 1942 during Battle of Midway.
					Pilot rescued the next day.
				5152 (VF-3, Yorktown) shot down (possibly by friendly fire) while
					chasing Japanese torpedo bombers attacking the Yorktown.
					Pilot rescued.
				5153 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5154 (VF-5, USS Saragoga) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5156 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5168 (VMF-121) lost Guadalcanal Nov 13-14, 1942.
				5170 (VF-3) shot down by Zero after downing a Japanese torpedo
					bomber during attack on Yorktown Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot picked
					up by destroyer recovering crewmen from the sunken Yorktown.
				5176 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5177 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5179 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 24, 1942
				5181 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5182 (VF-2) lost power after scrambling from Saratoga Jun 3, 1942
					to check an unidentified Bogey which turned out to be a B-17.
					Lost power and ditched, pilot picked up unharmed.
				5183 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5185 (VF-5) lost Sep 13, 1942, Guadalcanal
				5188 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5190 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 24, 1942.
				5191 (VF-5) lost Oct 3, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				5192 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) shot down Aug 7, 1942 in Guadalcanal campaign. Pilot bailed out. 
					Correlates with claim by Saburo Sakai.  Wreckage discovered in 1998.
				5194 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5195 (VF-5) destroyed Oct 15, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				5196 (VF-5) destroyed on ground Oct 13, 1942, Guadalcanal
				5197 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5198 (VF-5) lost Oct 3, 1942, Guadalcanal
				5199 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5201 (VF-5) destroyed on ground at Cactus Field, Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942.
				5202 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5204 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 25, 1942.
				5207 (VF-5) destroyed on ground at Cactus Field, Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942.
				5208 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5209 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5210 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5215 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5224 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 3, 1942.
				5226 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5227 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5228 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5234 (VF-5) lost Sep 12, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				5235 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5236 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				5240 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Jul 20, 1942
				5241 (VF-5) lost Sep 13, 1942, Guadalcanal
				5242 (VF-5) lost Sep 18, 1942, Guadalcanal
				5245 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				5246 (VF-72, USS Hornet) lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5248 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				5254 (VMF-121) lost Guadalcanal Nov 13-14, 1942.
				5259 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				5262 converted to G-53 with non-folding wings with full span flaps.  First flight May 5, 1942
5263/5283		Grumman F4F-7 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Airframes built as F4F-4 but completed as Mode G-52 F4F-7
5284/6289		Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-3 Kingfisher 
				5291 SOC at NAS Clinton Sep 30, 1946.
				5320 (VCS-2) flying from USS Cincinnatti lost Jun 4, 1943
				5369 allocated to US Coast Guard
				5375 allocated to US Coast Guard
				5393 (VN17D8) w/o in midair collision Jan 24, 1942 with BuNo
					5624 near Demits Island
				5422 in midair collision May 8, 1944 with OS2U-2 3092 1/2 mi S of NAS Pensacola, FL
				5496 (VS-67) lost over Nandi during night operation Jul 2, 1943.  Both crew
					killed.
				5524 (VN17D8) w/o in midair collision Jan 24, 1942 with BuNo 5393
					near Demits Island.
				5582 (VN2DB) w/o in midair collision Feb 16, 1942 with SNV-1
					BuNo 111246) 8 mi N of Pace Field, FL
				5584 allocated to US Coast Guard
				5596 made hard landing and sank Oct 1945, USS Savannah.
				5599 to civil registry as YV-183CP (ATRAMAR)
				5623 (VN17D8) w/o in midair collison Oct 20,1943 with BuNo 2191
					near NAS Corpus Christi, TX.
				5633 (VN4D8) in landing accident Apr 8, 1943.  Royal Navy pilot killed.
				5720/5725 Lend-Lease to Mexican Navy
					I have 5725 with USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, but it is marked as 0951.  However, some sources say 
						that this plane may actually be 01368
				5731 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943. To limited overhaul.
				5733 crashed into San Francisco Bay Jan 11, 1945.  Pilot injured.
				5758 (VO-6) hit by a salvo while the main battery firing over her stern, caught fire and the next salvo blew 
					overboard into sea from USS South Dakota off Savo Island, Solomons Nov 15, 1942.
				5759 (VO-6) hit by a salvo while the main battery firing over her stern, caught fire and the next salvo blew 
					overboard into sea from USS South Dakota off Savo Island, Solomons Nov 15, 1942.
				5777 MIA during anti-submarine patrol off Salem, MA Apr 3, 1942.
					2 crew MIA.
				5811/5840 to Royal Navy as Kingfisher I FN650/FN679.
					5811 to Royal Navy as Kingfisher I FN650.  Fuselage only noted at
						RNAS Lee-on-Solent Aug 1945
					5812/5818 to Royal Navy as Kingfisher I FN651/FN657
					5819 to Royal Navy as Kingfisher I FN658.  Capsized during
						night slipway recovery Aug 18, 1942.  Reported as total
						loss, to be SOC.
					5820/5840 to Royal Navy as Kingfisher I FN659/FN679.
				5902 (VCS-2) while being catapulted, the cable parted inside the toe fitting, lost pressure, and the plane dropped
					over the side into the water 150 mi SE of Recife, Brazil Jul 16, 1943.  Both crew rescued by a whaleboat
					of USS Marblehead.  Aircraft sank by gunfire.
				5909: An article in a 1987 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine states 
					that this aircraft had been on display on the battleship USS Massachusetts 
					at Marine Museum, Fall River, MA but had been returned to NASM as was 
					suffering effects of exposure.  A photograph in a 1988 magazine shows 
					this aircraft at the Smithsonian's Garber facility.  Now on display at
					Udvar-Hazy Center near Dulles Airport.
				5910 attached to USS Erie (PG-50) lost in CELNANT Nov 12, 1942 when ship sank after being torpedoed by U-163
				5911 to Chile as FACH-300 in 1942
				5912 to Chile as FACH-301 in 1942.
				5913 to Chile as FACH-302 in 1942 
				5914 to Chile as FACH-303 in 1942
				5915 to Chile as FACH-304 in 1942
				5916 to Chile as FACH-305 in 1942 
				5917 to Chile as FACH-306 in 1942
				5918 to Chile as FACH-307 in 1942
				5919 to Chile as FACH-308 in 1942, First aircraft to operate in the Antarctic February 1947
				5920 to Chile as FACH-309 in 1942
				5921 to Chile as FACH-310 in 1942
				5922 to Chile as FACH-311 in 1942, Second aircraft to 
					operate in the Antarctic
				5923 to Chile as FACH-312 in 1942
				5924 to Chile as FACH-313 in 1942
				5925 to Chile as FACH-314 in 1942, Displayed  at Chile's National Aeronautics Museum 
					in Santiago
				5926/5931 Lend-Lease to Uruguay
					5926 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL, painted as 07534
				5932	Lend-Lease to Cuban Navy as 30.  Originally intended for Dominican Republic
				5933	Lend-Lease to Cuban Navy as 31.  Originally intended for Dominican Republic
				5934	Lend-Lease to Cuban Navy as 32. Originally intended for Dominican Republic
				5966/5989 were to become V-1/V-24 of Royal Netherlands Navy, but never entered
					Dutch service because of the war in Netherlands East Indies. In the confusion, the aircraft
					were taken on charge by the USAAF and many were diverted to Royal Australian AF.   Aircraft which
					were to become V-7/V-24 (BuNo 5972/5989) entered service with RAAF as 
					A48-1/A48-18.  Final destination of V-1/V-6 is unknown.
					5968 remained in USA.  Damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
						Repaired.
					5972 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-7 and diverted to RAAF as A48-8.  W/o Jan 14, 1943 off Sydney
						while on anti-submarine patrol.
					5973 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-8 and diverted to RAAF as A48-9.  Taken on strength Aug 4, 1942. 
						Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-D. Flown to Lake 
						Boga, VIC, Aug 22, 1945, WFU and stored. Returned to service Jun 26, 1947 and prepared for use by 
						the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE); found not suitable and returned 
						to Lake Boga, VIC, Jan 21, 1953, WFU and stored.
					5974 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-9 and diverted to RAAF as A48-10.  . Taken on strength 
						Jan 14, 1943. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-L. 
						Crashed Oct 4, 1944 off Jervis Bay, NSW and sank in 40 fathoms of water
					5975 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-10 and diverted to RAAF as A48-11.  Taken on strength 
						Aug 4, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-M. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Sep 6, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Mar 25, 1948, fate unknown.
					5976 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-11 and diverted to RAAF as A48-12.  Taken on strength 
						Oct 12, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-N. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 21, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Apr 2, 1951, fate unknown.
					5977 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-12 and diverted to RAAF as A48-13.  Taken on strength 
						Jan 14, 1943. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-O. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 18, 1945, WFU and stored. Returned to service Oct 21, 1947 and prepared 
						for use by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE). WFU Mar 31, 1948 and stored. 
						Sold Jan 21, 1953, fate unknown.
					5978 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-13 and diverted to RAAF as A48-14. Taken on strength 
						Aug 4, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-P. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 21, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Mar 25, 1948, fate unknown.
					5979 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-14 and diverted to RAAF as A48-15.  Taken on strength 
						Aug 4, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-Q. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 18, 1945, WFU and stored. Returned to service Sep 3, 1947 and 
						prepared for use by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE). 
						Sold Apr 2, 1951, fate unknown.
					5980 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-15 and diverted to RAAF as A48-16.  Taken on strength 
						Nov 13, 42. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-R.
						While carrying out gunnery practice off Broken Bay, NSW on Sep 26, 1943 a round exploded in the 
						breech, the aircraft caught fire and sank.
					5981 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-16 and diverted to RAAF as A48-17.  Taken on strength 
						Nov 14, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-S.
						WFU Sep 3, 1945 and scrapped Mar 26, 1946.
					5982 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-17 and diverted to RAAF as A48-7.  Taken on strength 
						Sep 7, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-H. 
						On Dec 7, 1943 the controls became jammed and the aircraft flipped on takeoff near Wangi Point, 
						Lake Macquarie. The aircraft was towed to shore and righted but as the aircraft had been submerged 
						it was not flown again and reduced to spares Dec 21, 1943.
					5983 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-18 and diverted to RAAF A48-18.  Taken on strength 
						Jan 14, 1943. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-T.
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 29, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Mar 25, 1948, fate unknown
					5984 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-19 and diverted to RAAF as A48-1.  Taken on strength 
						Apr 22, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-A. 
						Capsized while mooring, believed due to leaking float at St George Basin May 1, 1945 and WFU May 22, 1945
  					5985 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-20 and diverted to RAAF as A48-2.  Taken on strength 
						Jun 22, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-B. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 22, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Apr 1947 but not delivered; retained 
						by the RAAF for use by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE). 
						Sold Mar 25, 1948. The fuselage, tailplane and main float of A48-2 were found on a farm at 
						Merbein, VIC. Taken to the Mildura Museum, VIC and restored using other Kingfisher parts. Was on 
						display, partially restored, at the Malcolm Green Aircraft Museum, Whaleworld, Albany, WA in 2004. 
						In 2006 located at Precision Aerospace at the old Air World hangar in Wangaratta, VIC.
					5986 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-21 and diverted to RAAF as A48-3.  Taken on strength 
						Jul 2, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-D. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 22, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Mar 1948 for scrap
					5987 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-22 and diverted to RAAF as A48-4.  Taken on strength 
						May 11, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-E. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 22, 1945, WFU and stored.
					5988 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-23 and diverted to RAAF as A48-5.  Taken on strength 
						Oct 26, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-F. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 22, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Jun 2, 1947, fate unknown.
					5989 delivered to Royal Netherlands Navy as V-24 and diverted to RAAF A48-6.  Taken on strength 
						Apr 27, 1942. Served with the Seaplane Training Flight, later 3 OTU and 107 Squadron, coded JE-G. 
						Flown to Lake Boga, VIC, Aug 22, 1945, WFU and stored. Sold Apr 2, 1951, fate unknown.
				5990/6289 cancelled
6290/6439		Curtiss SNC-1 Falcon
				Curtiss Model CW-22N
				6411/6439 MSN 3725/3753
				6295 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Apr 22, 1942 to May 1, 1942.
6440/6454		Grumman JRF-5
				Model G-38.  MSN 1110/1124
				6440 (MSN 1110) converted to JRF-5G for US Coast Guard Jan 9, 1953.  WFU.  To Paraguan Navy as T-001.
					W/o Nov 17, 1959 enroute from NAssau to San Juan.  
				6441 (MSN 1111) WFU Sep 6, 1951
				6442 (MSN 1112) w/o Feb 4, 1948 at Great Sitka, AK
				6443 (MSN 1113) w/o Aug 12, 1943.
				6444 (MSN 1114) WFU Jul 1946.  To N88820 in 1946.  Crashed Aug 21, 1966 at Juneau, Alaska
				6445 (MSN 1115) WFU Oct 31, 1946.  To PK-AKB Oct 17, 1946.  To Indonesian AF in 1958 as PB-521.
					Preserved at Kalijati, Indonesia
				6446 (MSN 1116) w/o Jan 26, 1944 at Barking Sand, HI
				6447 (MSN 1117) w/o Jul 21, 1943 at Sukoi Inlet, Alaska
				6448 (MSN 1118) w/o Sep 18, 1947 at Moneta, VA
				6449 (MSN 1119) w/o Nov 28, 1945 at Alameda, CA
				6450 (MSN 1120) w/o Jan 6, 1945 at Hayes Rover, canada
				6451 (MSN 1121) WFU Dec 31, 1949.  To N58981 Apr 29, 1954.  WFU May 13, 1954
				6452 (MSN 1122) WFU Jan 9, 1953
				6453 (MSN 1123) WFU Jul 31, 1951.  To French Navy as 453.  WFU Jun 20, 1959
				6454 (MSN 1124) WFU Jul 31, 1951.  To French Navy as 454.  W/o Jul 6, 1953 at Cantho, Vietnam
6455/6504		Martin PBM-3R Mariner
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 162B. Unarmed cargo and passenger transports
				6456 converted to XPBM-3E, radar development
				6459 on Nov 11, 1943 in open sea rescue of 48 men from SS San Juan which had been torpedoed by a Japanese submarine
				6468 (VR-10) in takeoff accident at NAS Pearl Harbor,
					HI, beached and sank.
				6482 (VP-209) crashed on takeoff 2/17/43, NAS Norfolk.
					7 killed.
				6497 exploded in midair over San Francisco Bay, CA
					6/16/1944.  9 killed.
6505/6754		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
				6506 (MSN 2959) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-7.
				6512 (MSN 2965) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-1
				6513 (MSN 2966) to US Coast Guard Mar 1945 as 6513
				6515 (MSN 2968) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6515
				6518 (MSN 2971) to US Coast Guard Feb 1944 as 6518
				6519 (MSN 2972) to US Coast Guard Feb 1945 as 6519
				6520 (VP-207) sank after engine fire and forced landing
					5/13/43, NW of San Juan, PR.
				6522 (VP-208) water looped on takeoff 5/5/43 NAS Key West.  Have this also going to
					RAAF as A70-10.
				6524 (MSN 2977) to US Coast Guard Feb 1945 as 6524
				6526 (MSN 2979) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A7006.
				6527 (VP-203) crashed on takeoff from San Juan Harbor,
					PR, 12/31/42.  3 killed.
				6528 (MSN 2981) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-2
				6533 (VP-207) sank at anchor 2/6/43, Corpus Christi Bay, TX.
				6534 (VP-205) missing during sub search 6/10/43 from
					NAS Trinidad, BWI.  10 MIA.
				6535 (MSN 2988) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6535
				6538 (MSN 2991) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-12
				6539	VP-207, transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda. Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945
				6542 (MSN 2995) to US Coast Guard May 1944 as 6542
				6545 (MSN 2998) assigned to VPB-2 at NAS Banana River, FL went missing
					Jul 10, 1945 on radar patrol flight to Great Exuma Island,
					Bahamas.  12 crew missing.  There was an extensive search
					for 21 days but it was called off.  This incident sometimes
					appears in books and stories about the "Bermuda triangle"
				6546 (MSN 2999) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-3.
				6549 (MSN 3004) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-4
				6559 to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 3012
				6565 (MSN 3018) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-8
				6566 (MSN 3019) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-5
				6571 (VP-74) lost in action with enemy submarine
					off Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 7/3-4/1944. 10 KIA.
				6573 (MSN 3026) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6573
				6574 (MSN 3027) to US Coast Guard Feb 1944 as 6574
				6575 (MSN 3028) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-9
				6576 (MSN 3029) to US Coast Guard Aug 1944 as 6576
				6581 (MSN 3034) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6581
				6582 (MSN 3035) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6582
				6583 at Quantico Air Museum
				6586 (TTS) fire in air 5/4/43, engine fell off after
					landing.  6586 (MSN 3039) to US Coast Guard Aug 1944 as 6586  
				6589 (MSN 3042) to US Coast Guard Jan 1944 as 6589
				6590 (MSN 3043) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6590
				6593 (MSN 3046) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6593
				6596 (MSN 3049) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6596
				6600 (VP-209) spun in while circling US tanker
					7/16/1944.  13 killed.
				6601 (MSN 3054) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6601
				6602 (MSN 3055) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6602
				6613 (MSN 3066) to US Coast Guard Jan 1944 as 6613
				6615 (MSN 3068) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6615
				6620 (MSN 3109) to US Coast Guard Mar 1944 as 6620
				6624	(VP-207) transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda.  Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945
				6629	(VP-207) transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda.  Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945. 
				6632 (VP-203) in emergency landing offshore from
					Ipitanga Field, SP and sank 6/27/1944.
				6639	(VP-207) transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda.  Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945
				6644 (VP-211) hit by own bomb during bombing practice
					off Brazil, crashed and exploded 1/8/1944.
					5 killed.
				6656 (MSN 3109) to US Coast Guard Mar 1944 as 6656
				6663 (MSN 3116) to US Coast Guard Feb 1944 as 6663
				6664 (MSN 3117) to PBM-3S.  To RAAF as A70-11.
				6665 (MSN 3118) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6665
				6666 (MSN 3119) to US Coast Guard Feb 1944 as 6666
				6667 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX100.  Returned to USN Jan 11, 1945.
				6672 (VR-8) water-looped on takeoff Choptank River, MD
					1/2/1944 and sank.
				6674	(VP-207)  transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda. Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun45
				6678 (MSN 3131) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6678
				6686 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX101.  Sank while taxying at Bermuda
					Jul 19, 1943, presumed hatch not properly secured.
				6687 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX102.  Returned to USN Jun 19, 1944
				6688 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX103.  Sold as scrap Aug 6, 1947
				6689 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX104.  Returned to USN Jul 26, 1944
				6690 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX105.  Returned to USN Jan 11, 1945
				6693 converted to XPBM-3S
				6694 (MSN 3147) to US Coast Guard Jan 1944 as 6694
				6707 (MSN 3160) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6707
				6710 (MSN 3163) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6710
				6713 (VP-205) missing near Trinidad, BWI after 
					engagement with enemy submarine 8/6/1943.  12 MIA.
				6715 (VP-207) full stall landing at sea off Canal Zone 4/17/1944
					capsized and sank. Crew OK.
				6716 (VP-210) crashed off Montauk Point, LI on training
					flight 8/18/1943.  12 killed.
				6717	(VP-215) coded P-52. Crashed at sea off Bermuda Aug 20, 1944
				6722 (VP-205) missing after contact with enemy sumbarine
					8/3/1943, 12 MIA.
				6731  (VP-215)  coded P-25. Force landed at sea off Bermuda Apr 25, 1944. Ran low on fuel; taken in tow 3 days later 
					but capsized in bad weather
				6732 (VP-207)  transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda. Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945
				6734 (VP-209) sank after emergency landing 7/14/1944.
				6737 (VP-204) engine fire, force landed, tail sheared off
					and sank 3/6/1944.  12 injuries.
				6738 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX106.  Returned to USN Apr 3, 1944
				6739 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX107.  Returned to USN Jul 7, 1944
				6740 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX108.  Returned to USN Jun 23, 1944
				6741 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX109.  Returned to USN May 24, 1944
				6742 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX110.  Returned to USN Nov 26, 1944
				6743 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX111.  SOC Nov 23, 1944.
				6746 (MSN 3199) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6746
				6747 (MSN 3200) to US Coast Guard Dec 1943 as 6747
				6749 (VP-207) transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda. Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945
6755/7024		North American SNJ-3 Texan
				There is some confusion about MSNs for this batch  One reference has 6755/6874 being MSN 77-5932/6051.  
					and 6875/7024 being MSN 78-6052/6201.  
				The following MSNs are from Hagedorn
				6755/6764 (MSN 77-4283/4292)
					6755 (MSN 77-4283)
					6757 (MSN 77-4285)
					6758 (MSN 77-4286)
					6762 (MSN 77-4290) 
					6764 (MSN 77-4292)
				6765/6774 (MSN 77-4313/4322)
					6765 (MSN 77-4313)
					6767 (MSN 77-4317)
					6774 (MSN 77-4322)
				6775/6784 (MSN 77-4353/4362
					6778 (MSN 77-4356)
					6779 (MSN 77-4357)
					6780 (MSN 77-4358)
					6781 (MSN 77-4359)
					6782 (MSN 77-4360)
					6783 (MSN 77-4361) to Argentine Navy as 0339.  To Bolivian Navy as FNB 001.  To Bolivian AF as FAB 344
				6785/6794 (MSN MSN 77-4383/4392
					6785 (MSN 77-4383)
					6787 (MSN 77-4385)
					6790 (MSN 77-4388)
					6791 (MSN 77-4389)
					6792 (MSN 77-4390) registered NC66052.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16306 1954-1957.  
						Argentine Navy marked 0441, 1-E-210, 1-E-237, EAN-237
					6793 (MSN 77-4391)
				6795/6814 (MSN 77-4423/4462)
					6795 (MSN 77-4423)
					6797 (MSN 77-4425) registered NC66240.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16258 1952-1957.  Sold in USA 1957
					6799 (MSN 77-4427)
					6802 (MSN 77-4430)
					6804 crashlanded 3 mi NE of Straubing, Germany Nov 10, 1946.
					6807 (MSN 77-4455)
					6808 (MSN 77-4456)
					6811 (MSN 77-4459)
				6815/6824 (MSN 77-4493/4502)
					6817 (MSN 77-4495)
					6820 (MSN 77-4498)
					6821 (MSN 77-4499)
					6822 (MSN 77-4500)
					6823 (MSN 77-4501)
				6825/6834 (MSN 77-4533/4542)
					6825 (MSN 77-4533)
					6827 (MSN 77-4535) registered NC65619.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16311 1954-1957.  Sold in USA
					6828 (MSN 77-4536)
					6829 (MSN 77-4537) registered NC65781.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16216 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
					6831 (MSN 77-4539)
				6835/6844 (MSN 77-4583/4592)
					6838 (MSN 77-4586) registered NC65328.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16248 1952-1957.  Registered SE-CHO 1958.
					6839 (MSN 77-4587) registered NC66434.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16217 1952-1957
					6842 (MSN 77-4590) 
					6844 (MSN 77-4592)
				6845/6854 (MSN 77-4633/4642)
					6849 (MSN 77-4637) registered NC69402.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16214 1952-1957.  Registered SE-CHT 
				6855/6864 (MSN 77-4683/4692)
					6856 (MSN 77-4684)
					6858 (MSN 77-4686)
					6859 (MSN 77-4587)
					6863 (MSN 77-4691)
					6864 (MSN 77-4692)
				6865/6874 (MSN 77-4723/4732)
					6870 (MSN 77-4728)
					6873 (MSN 77-4731)
					6874 (MSN 77-4732)
				6875/6884 (MSN 78-6002/6011)
					6875 (MSN 78-6002)
					6878 (MSN 78-6005)
					6880 (MSN 78-6007)
				6885/6894 (MSN 78-6032/6041)
					6887 (MSN 78-6034). Became NC58413; to Saudi AF as L-209 Jun 8, 1952
					6888 (MSN 78-6035)
					6891 (MSN 78-6038)
					6892 (MSN 78-6039) registered  NC65552.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16205 1951-1957.  Sold in USA
					6894 (MSN 78-6041)
				6895/6904 (MSN 78-6062/6071)
					6898 (MSN 78-6065) became NC65756.  Later to French Navy
					6902 (MSN 78-6069) became NC65766.  Later to French Navy
				6905/6914 (MSN 78-6092/6101)
					6906 (MSN 78-6093) 
					6908 (MSN 78-6095)
					6909 (MSN 78-6096)
					6911 (MSN 78-6098)
					6912 (MSN 78-6099)
					6913 (MSN 78-6100)
					6914 (MSN 78-6101) registered NC52230, N52230.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16218 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
				6915/6924 (MSN 78-6122/6131)
					6916 (MSN 78-6123) registered NC65003.  To Royual Swedish AF 1952-1957 as 16261.  Sold in USA
					6919 (MSN 78-6126)
					6922 (MSN 78-6129)
					6923 (MSN 78-6130)
					6924 (MSN 78-6131)
				6925/6934 (MSN 78-6162/6171)
					6927 (MSN 78-6164)
					6928 (MSN 78-6165)
					6933 (MSN 78-6170)
					6934 (MSN 78-6171)
				6935/6944 (MSN 78-6202/6211)
					6935 (MSN 78-6202)
					6937 (MSN 78-6204)
					6938 (MSN 78-6205)
					6939 (MSN 78-6206)
					6942 (MSN 78-6209) registered NC1073M.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16212 1951-1957.  Sold in USA
					6944 (MSN 78-6211) registered NC52095.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16250 1952-1957.  
						To Argentine Navy marked 0489, 1-E-202, EAN-203, EAN-236
				6945/6954 MSN 78-6252/6261)
					6948 (MSN 78-6255) 
					6949 (MSN 78-6256)	
					6951 (MSN 78-6258) to Norwegian AF as M-BP.  To Turkish AF as 7358 Oct 4, 1955.
					6952 (MSN 78-6259)
				6955/6964 (MSN 78-6302/6311)
				6965/6974 (MSN 78-6362/6371) 
					6969 (MSN 78-6366) registered NC66125.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16208 1951-1957.  Sold in USA
				6975/6984 (MSN 78-6422/6431)
					6975 (MSN 78-6422)
					6980 (MSN 78-6427)
					6983 (MSN 78-6430)
				6985/7024 (MSN 78-6457/6496)
					6990 (MSN 78-6462)
					6991 (MSN 78-6463)
					6992 (MSN 78-6464) collided with SNJ-3 7015 25 mi SW of airfield Sep 15, 1942, killing Royal Navy pilot.
					6997 (MSN 78-6469)
					6998 (MSN 78-6470)
					7001 (MSN 78-6473)
					7002 (MSN 78-6474)
					7004 (MSN 78-6476)
					7011 (MSN 78-6483)
					7012 (MSN 78-6484)
					7014 (MSN 78-6486)
					7015 (MSN 78-6487) collided with SNJ-3 6002 25 mi SW of airfield Sep 15, 1942, killing Royal Navy pilot.
					7019 (MSN 78-6491) registered NC65561.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16303 1954-1957.   
						To Argentine Navy marked 0443, 1-E-212, EAN-212
					7020 (MSN 78-6492)
					7021 (MSN 78-6493)
7025/7028		Goodyear K-5/K-8 airships 
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 416,000 cu ft K series airship designated ZNP-K
				7025	K-5 	patrol airship	
				7026	K-6 	patrol airship	
				7027	K-7	training airship
				7028	K-8 	training airship
7029/7030		Goodyear L-2 and L-3 airships
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 123,000 cu ft L series airship
				7029	L-2	Delivered 1941	Destroyed in night time mid-air collision with G-1 8Jun42
				7030	L-3	Delivered 1941
7031			Grumman XF4F-6 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Served as prototype for F4F-3A
7032/7034		Fairchild GK-1
				Fairchild Model 24W-40
				7034 (MSN W40-172) delivered to US Navy Dec 1940.  Registered NC404 Dec 1945.  Sold to US Department
					of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service Oct 1949 and sold to Washington-Virginia Airport
					Jun 1951.  Several other owners, to Jeff Bertrand as N404 Nov 23, 1944.  Current
7035/7042		Douglas BD-2 Havoc 
				MSN 5105/5108.  Eight Army A-20B-DLs (ex 41-2771/2778) transferred
				to Navy and used for target towing and general utility duties.
				7035 (ex 41-2771) SOC Aug 17, 1944
				7036 (ex 41-2772) SOC Aug 17, 1944
				7037 (ex 41-2773) SOC Aug 17, 1944
				7038 (ex 41-2774) with VJ-7 spun into ground at Deeley, CA Jan 2, 1943
					after both engines cut out due to fuel starvation during
					turn.  One killed, 2 injured.  SOC Jan 31, 1943
				7039 (ex 41-2775) force landed 12 mi SE of Roanoke, VA Oct 24, 1944
					when both engines cut due to fuel supply problem.  All four
					crewmembers unhurt.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
				7040 (ex 41-2776) probably not flown after 1944.   SOC Aug 31, 1946
				7041 (ex 42-2777) force landed 3 mi S of Woodbury, NJ Sep 20, 1944
					after starboard engine caught fire and prop refused to
					feather.  All three crew unhurt.  SOC Sep 30, 1944.
				7042 (ex 42-2778) after takeoff from NAS Squantum Oct 1, 1942, 
					hydraulic failure prevented undercarriage retraction.  Pilot
					locked gear down and landed safely, but brakes did not
					respond and aircraft ran off runway into sea and was DBR.
					All three crew unhurt.  SOC Dec 31, 1942.
7043/7242		Consolidated PB2Y-3 Coronado
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 29

				7052 configured as hospital aircraft.  Declared surplus and used as test aircraft for both Bikini nuclear tests.
				7085 configured as hospital aircraft.  Declared surplus and used as test aircraft for both Binini nuclear tests.
				7099 (MSN 57) to Hughes Tool Co as NR69003.  Now at National Museum of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				7102 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX470. To MAEE Helensburgh for operational trials. Converted to transport and used by 
					231 Squadron. SOC Aug 30, 1945
				7104	(VP-15, coded 15-P-15) Force landed at sea off Bermuda May 23, 1943 after running out of fuel. Port 
					wing tip float torn off and plane sank
				7106 (VP-15) crashed into water 100 feet SW of Alpha Island, Great Sound, Bermuda Jan 1, 1944.  Nine of 14 
					aboard killed.
				7108 (VP-15) DBF Nov 7, 1943 during practice landings at NOB Bermuda when APU caught fire
				7113 (VP-15) crashed 26May43 during approach to land at NOB Bermuda
				7128 force landed on ground and broke in two at San Mieuel Rea, Mexico May 24, 1943.
				7129 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX471.  Converted to transport and used by 231 Squadron.  SOC Oct 18, 1945
				7131 in hard landing and beached to prevent sinking at Managua, Nicaragua Nov 24, 1944.
				7133 (PB2Y-5R) sand due to hull leak Feb 22 1945.
				7141 supposedly used by Admiral Halsey.
				7143 nosed over on landing July 17, 1944 NAAF Galapagos, Ecuador.  5 killed, 8 injured.
				7146 lost engine on takeoff Salinas, Ecuador and force landed and drifted
					ashore Oct 13, 1943.  Never recovered.
				7147 force landed at sea near Puerta Castilla, Honduras, broke in two
					and sank Oct 19, 1943.  10 killed and one rescued.
				7165 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX472.  Converted to transport and used by 231 Squadron.  DBR when struck while moored
					by Mariner JX111 (ex 6743) at Wig Bay Sep 26, 1944
				7166 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX473 but there is no
					record of receipt by RAF.  Was returned to US Navy
				7181/7192 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX474/JX485, but theres
					is no record of receipt by RAF, all returned to US Navy
				7193 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX486.  Converted to transport and used by 45 Group Transport Command at Dorval.   
					Scuttled off Bermuda Mar 28, 1946
				7194/7196 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX487/JX489, but there
					is no record of receipt by RAF, all returned to US Navy
				7197 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX490.  Converted to transport and used by 45 Group Transport Command at Dorval.  
					SOC Aug 30, 1945
				7198/7200 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX491/JX493, but there
					is no record of receipt by RAF, all returned to US Navy
				7201 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX494.  .Converted to transport and used by 45 Group Transport Command at Dorval.
					Scuttled off Bermuda Mar 28, 1946
				7202 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX495. Converted to transport and used by 231 Squadron. SOC Aug 7, 1945
				7203 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX496. Converted to transport and used by 231 Squadron.  SOC Jan 11, 1945
				7204 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX497, but there
					is no record of receipt by RAF, returned to US Navy
				7205 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX498.  Converted to transport and used by 45 Group Transport Command at Dorval. 
					Scuttled off Bermuda Mar 28, 1946
				7206/7207 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX499/JX500, but there
					is no record of receipt by RAF, returned to US Navy
				7208 to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX501.  Converted to transport and used by 45 Group Transport Command at Dorval.
					Scuttled off Bermuda Mar 28, 1946
				7209/7211 supposedly to RAF as Coronado GR.1 JX502/JX504, but there
					is no record of receipt by RAF, all returned to US Navy
7243/7302		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				7243 (MSN 394)
				7245 (VP-83) crash-landed 130 mi off Natal, Brazil
					12/14/1942.  Crew rescued by British ship.
				7247 (VP-92) crashed during landing approach and sank
					9/21/1942, Great Exuma NAS, BWI.
				7249 (VP-92) force landed after engine failure and 
					drifted onto reef and sank 5/14/1942 St. Lucia,
					BWI.  SOC.
				7251 (VP-92) crashed on takeoff and burned 4/11/1943
					NAS Port Lyautey, French Morocco.  6 killed.
				7252 (VP-83) crashed in heavy rain squall 6/13/1942,
					Brazil.  10 MIA.
				7255 (VP-94) crashed and burned in bad weather near
					Dahlgren, VA 8/23/1942.  9 killed.
				7258 (MSN 423) to F-BCJG and w/o May 14, 1948
				7261 (VP-84) crashed on takeoff from NAS Beaufort, SC
					11/28/1943.  5 killed, 4 injured.
				7265 (VP-92) crashed at sea during low-altitude turn
					11/23/1943.  9 killed.
				7266 (VP-84) hit side of mountain in bad weather during
					flight from NAS Alameda to NAS Norva 4/12/1942.
					6 killed, one injured.
				7269 (VP-84) hit side of mountain in bad weather during
					flight from NAS Alameda to NAS Norva 4/12/1942
					7 miles east of Livermore.  8 killed.
				7271 (VP-62) missing on patrol flight out of Adak, AK
					5/18/1943.  10 MIA.
				7272 (VP-FAW-6) crashed during instrument landing on
					Lake Washington, WA 11/13/1942.  Pilot killed,
					7 injured.
				7273 (VP-84) crashed at sea SE of Iceland, Jun 11, 1943 while attempting to rescue crew of RAF
					Fortress FA704 (42-5073).  Crew located 5 days later, but all but one had died of exposure.
				7274 (VP-92) crash landed in open field 11/13/1942 
					Casablanca, French Morocco.  SOC.
				7278 (VP-126) lost over Greenland ice cap during anti-
					sub sweep 1/27/1943.  Crew rescued after 15 days.
				7285 (VP-42) sank after forced landing at sea 12/21/1942
					off alaska.
				7286 (VP-42) crashed and burned on takeooff Dutch
					Harbor, Alaska 4/23/1942.
				7288 (MSN 456) to N67648
				7289 (VP-45) crashed after takeoff 5/18/1943 NAS
					Sitka, AK and sank.  SOC.
				7290 (VP-4) crased NAS Dutch Harbor Jun 16, 1942.  2 killed, 4 survived.
				7291 (VP-42) flew into water Dutch Harbor, Alaska
					7/30/1942.
				7297 crashed Mar 10, 1943 into mountain slope on northeast Shore of Lake Becharof, AK.  8
					crew killed.   Wreckage located Jun 25, 1945.
				7298 (VP-41) hit mountain in Aleutians 6/16/1942.
				7299 (VP-41) water looped on takeoff Tongue Pt, OR 
					3/8/1942.  Crew all killed.
				7301 (VJ-2) spun in on open sea landing 100 mi west of
					San Diego 5/12/1944.
				7302 (VP-84) crashed on takeoff, Iceland Jan 13, 1943.
					Stripped for parts.
7303			Lockheed R5O-2

Series was discontinued at 7304 in 1940