US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (00001 to 10316)


Last revised September 21, 2017


00001/00200		Curtiss SB2C-1 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84
				00001 broke up in dive Jan 1943
				00005 converted to XSB2C-2 floatplane
				00008 returned to Curtiss and converted to prototype XSB2C-3 (Model 84E)
				00014 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 
					Dec 5, 1942 to May 27, 1943.  Returned to Curtiss Aircraft, Philadelphia, PA
				00018 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill.  Lost Kavieng in South Pacific Jan 1, 1944.  Pilot MIA
				00019 (VS-9) spun-in during bomb practice Jun 6, 1943 Norfolk, VA county reservoir.
				00024 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Rabaul in South Pacifiv Nov 11, 1943.
				00025 (VB-8) attached to USS Intrepid lost near Bermuda Dec 4, 1943.
				00028 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Makin in central Pacific Dec 1, 1943.
				00029 (VB-7) tail failure during dive Apr 9, 1943 near Troublesome PT. Va.  Crew bailed out.
				00032 (VB-100) lost off Hawaii Aug 10, 1944.
				00033 (VB-1) lost Hawaii Apr 11, 1944.
				00035 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 6, 1944.
				00036 (VB-2) lost Hawaii Apr 3, 1944.
				00037 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Truk Feb 16, 1944.
				00041 (VB-17) lost near Pearl Harbor Mar 2, 1944.
				00043 (VB-100) lost Hawaii May 25, 1944.
				00056 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 
					Dec 5, 1942 to May 27, 1943.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA 
				00057 lost Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 12, 1944
				00060 lost Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 12, 1944
				00061 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Apr 24, 1944
				00067 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Rabaul Nov 11, 1943.
				00068 (VB-7) had engine failure and forced landing in Dismal Swamp 5/18/1943
				00070 (VB-4) suffered structure failure in dive near NAS San Diego, CA 2/31/1943.
				00071 (VB-8) attached to USS Intreptid lost in central Pacific Dec 12, 1943.
				00072 (VB-17) in landing accident on USS Bunker Hill in North Atlantic 9/11/1943.  Jettisoned.
				00074 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 16, 1944.
				00076 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Tarawa Nov 19, 1943.
				00078 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunkder Hill lost Rabaul Nov 11, 1943.
				00081 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Nauru Dec 9, 1943.
				00084 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 24, 1944
				00087 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Kwajalein Jan 29,1 944.
				00089 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 24, 1944.
				00090 (VB-17) in landing accident on USS Bunker Hill in North Atlantic
					Sep 12, 1943.  Jettisoned
				00091 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Truk Feb 16, 1944.
				00092 (VB-20) in engine failure N of NAS San Diego Nov 24, 1943.  2 crew bailed out.
				00093 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Truk Feb 16, 1944.
				00095 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Oct 13, 1943.
				00097 lost Hawaii Jul 31, 1944.
				00098 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Apr 27, 1944.
				00104 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Apr 25, 1944.
				00107 (VB-8) lost Hawaii Mar 1, 1944
				00109 (VB-18) lost Hawaii Apr 19, 1944.
				00112 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Marshall Islands Jan 24, 1944.
				00118 (VB-18) lost Hawaii Apr 5, 1944.
				00119 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 13, 1944
				00120 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown lost Trinidad May 26, 1943.
				00123 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 17, 1944
				00132 (VB-18) lost Hawaii Mar 30, 1944.
				00133 (VB-14) ditched 2 miles west Kaena Pt, HI Apr 28, 1944.
				00138 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Oct 25, 1943.
				00140 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 
					May 19, 1943 to Nov 28, 1943.  Returned to Curtiss Aircraft, Philadelphia, PA
				00142 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 29, 1944.
				00143 (VB-100) lost HAwaii Apr 22, 1944.
				00144 (VB-8) attached to USS Intrepid lost in central Pacific Dec 3, 1943.
				00147 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 5, 1944.
				00150 (VB-100) attached to USS Wasp lost Pearl Harbor Apr 8, 1944.
				00151 (VB-1) lost Hawaii Feb 29, 1944.
				00152 lost Hawaii Jul 13, 1944
				00154 (VB-5) attached to USS Yorktown lost Trinidad May 28, 1943.
				00158 (VB-7) attached to USS Hancock lost Panama Aug 5, 1944.
				00162 (VB-8) attached to USS Intrepid lost in central Pacific Dec 20, 1943.
				00164 (VB-1) lost Hawaii Apr 20, 1944
				00166 (VB-8) attached to USS Intrepid lost Bermuda Dec 5, 1943.
				00171 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost in north Atlantic Jul 19, 1943.
				00174 (VB-18) lost Hawaii Apr 20, 1944.
				00177 (VB-2) lost Hawaii Feb 19, 1944
				00180 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Rabaul Nov 11, 1943.
				00181 (VB-100) lost Hawaii Jun 24, 1944.
				00184 (VB-17) overside landing USS Bunker Hill Oct 19, 1943.
				00186 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost north Atlantic Jul 19, 1943
				00189 (VB-2) lost Hawaii Feb 28, 1944
				00190 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost North Atlantic Jul 18, 1943
				00195 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Kwajalein Jan 31, 1944.
				00196 (VB-8) lost Molokai, Hawaii Jan 11, 1944.
				00198 (VB-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost Makin in central Pacific Dec 1, 1943.
00201/00370		Curtiss SB2C-1C Helldiver
				Part of original SB2C-1 order completed as SB2C-1C.
				00202 (VB-83)weather problem 1 bailed out 20 mi N of Wildwood, NY Jun 2, 1944.
				00223 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				00243 converted to prototype SB2C-1C
				00285 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				00302, assigned to VS(N)-76 aboard USS Bunker Hill. Aircraft missing on scout mission in Marianas Islands area 
					Jun 19, 1944. Crew never recovered
				00306 (VB-14) in mid-air collision 3 mi south of Pearl Harbor Apr 7, 1944.
				00323 (VB-3) ditched off NAS Kalalui May 15, 1944.  Later recovered
				00338 (VB-3) ditched near Hawaii Aug 31, 1944.  Pilot rescued.
00371/00372		Grumman JF-2
				Model G-9
				00371 was former US Coast Guard V141
				00372 was former US Coast Guard V144 
00373/00392		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40
				00376 (VT-8) sank after launch accident Hornet Jul 30, 1942
				00380 (VT-8, 8-T-1) damaged in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00383 (VT-8) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00384 (VT-8) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00391 (VT-8) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
00393			Grumman XTBF-2 Avenger
				Model G-40.  First flight May 1, 1942
00394/00658		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40.  The TBF-1 Avengers delivered to the Royal Navy were designated TBF-1B.  They were initially
					designated by the Royal Navy as Tarpon TR.Mk.1, but later as Avenger TR.Mk.I
				00398 (VT-8) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00399 (VT-8) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00402 (VT-6) missing after launch from Hornet to make simulated attack 8/9/1942.  4 crew mssing.
				00406 (VT-8) hit by AAA near Guadalcanal Isl and ditched 10/24/1942.  One killed.
				00411 (VT-6) missing after launch from Hornet to make simulated attack 8/9/1942.  4 crew missing.
				00412 (VT-6) ditched off Enterprise 7/27/1942.
				00417 (VT-8) ditched off Hornet due to fuel exhaustion 10/01/1942.  Crew rescued by USS MacFarland
				00421 stalled on takeoff from NAS Kaneohe, HI 3/30/1943.  4 killed.
				00422 (VT-8) spun in on takeoff from Saratoga near Guadalcanal 8/22/1942.  4 killed.
				00424 (VT-8) ditched off Hornet due to fuel exhaustion 10/01/1942.  Crew rescued by USS MacFarland
				00433 (VGS-78) crash landing at Tou Touta AAB, New Caledonia 12/19/1942.
				00450 (VT-6) ditched off Kaipupau Point, HI 7/06/1942.
				00455 (VT-6) ditched during torpedo run Enterprise 8/03/42.
				00456 (VT-8) went down 10/24/1942 near Guadalcanal Island.  Crew reported safe.
				00460 (VGS-26) ditched off Sangamon CVE-26 11/08/1942.
				00462 (VT-3) stalled on landing on Saratoga 4/9/1943.
				00466 (VT-3) crashed on takeoff from Enterprise 8/27/1942.  No injuries.  Also reported as 
					involved in an accident near Guadalcanal 10/24/1942
				00473 (VTB, OTU #2) right wing and tail broke off during glide bomb dive 9 mi S of NAS Jacksonville, FL
					at Doctors Inlet 3/30/1943.  2 killed.
				00477 in midair with 00491 11 mi E of North Island 12/21/1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				00478 (VTB, OTU #2) wing came off during dive 2 mi N of NAS Jacksonville, FL 5/9/1943.  3 killed.
				00482 wing and tail failed in dive 3 mi NE of Jamual, CA 11/02/1942.  Pilot killed.
				00485 (VC-20) midair near NAS Alameda, CA 12/02/1942. 2 killed.
				00491 in midair with 00477 11 mi E of North Island 12/21/1942.  Pilot killed.
				OO493 (VT-11)  26.01/26/1943 Hi,Oahu   NAS Barbers Pt; crashed at night; 2 killed
				00494 (VGS-1) crashed into ravine due to fuel
					exhaustion San Diego, CA 10/16/1942.  One killed.
				00497 (VGS-29 (VC-9)) in midair with 00547 off Bogue 12/05/1942.  3 killed.
				OO500 CQTU/San Diego 02/94/1943 Long Isl CVE-1   Carrier landings; Overside landing
				00509 (VT-3) midair with 00514 and 00590 3 mi NE of Makapu Pt, HI 10/11/1942.  3 bailed out.
				00512 (VT-3) missing off Saratoga 12/18/1942.
				00514 (VT-3) midair with 00509 and 00590 3 mi NE of Makapu Pt, HI 10/11/1942.  3 killed.
				00524 (VT-4) force landed during familiarization flight NAS Quonset Point, RI 7/20/1942.
				00530 (GS-27 (VC-27)) ditched in bad weather off Suwanee 2/27/1943.
				00545 (VGS-9) crashed after waveoff Bogue 12/04/1942.
				00547 (VGS-29 (VC-9)) in midair with 00497 off Bogue 12/05/1942. Crew bailed out.
				00550 modified in 1942 as single-seater w/o dorsal turret.  Dove in during glide bomb practice off 					
					Danih, FL Jul 1, 1943.  3 killed.
				OO554 (VT-3) 31.01/31/1943 Saratoga?   take-off acc, rolled over bow; 1/killed
				00562 (VGS-26) ditched 12/31/1942 off Sangamon due to engine failure.
				00566 (VGS-29) in midair 8 mi N of Kitty Hawk, NC 9/16/1942.  3 killed.
				00568 (VGS-29) lost off Santee 11/10/1942 Safi, French Morocco.  3 bailed out.
				00577 (VD-2) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				00580 (VGS-26) missing enroute from Bermuda to North Africa during convoy coverage off Sangamon
					11/19/1942.  3 crew MIA.
				00590 (VT-3) midair with 00509 and 00514 3 mi NE of Makapu Pt, HI 10/11/1942.  3 killed.
				00594 (VT-3) ditched landing on Saratoga 11/30/1942.
				00605 spun in on wave off by LSO Chesapeake Bay 12/28/1942.
				00607 overside landing Charger 5/7/1943, Chesapeake Bay.
				00608 (VGS-27) overside landing Suwanee 11/10/1942.  3 killed.
				00611 (VGS-29) crashed on takeoff from Santee 11/08/1942.  Crew OK.
				00613 (CQTU/A) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				00616 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN750
				00620/00622 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN751/FN753
				00624 (VGS-29) crashed on takeoff from Santee 11/8/1942.
				00625 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN754
				00627 (VT-9) ditched off USS Essex Jun 26, 1943.
				00628 hit island and went overside and sank off USS Sable in Lake Michigan Jul 3, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				00629 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN755
				00639 force landed Prospect Field Aug 8, 1943.
				00640 (VTB, OTU#1) 01/01/43 Fl,Ft.Everglades; Torpedo 
					practice; ditched
				00642 (VTB, OTU#1) hit trees during landing, Ft 
					Lauderdale, FL 11/09/1942 and caught fire.  Pilot
					Injured.
				00643 structural failure 10/30/1942 2 mi N of Deerfield,
					FL.  Pilot killed.
				00644 in mid-air 5 mi east of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL
					Sep 12, 1943.  One bailed out, one killed.
				00648 (TB, OTU #1) spun in during landing Ft Lauderdale,
					FL 3/2/1943.  Pilot killed.
				00653 (VT-9) Essex CV-9; Jul 9, 1943; Nite take-off, 
						crashed & sank
				00654 (VGS-29) catapult bridle broke and went over
					bow Santee CVE-29 10/15/1942.  Crew OK
00659/00802		Grumman J2F-5 Duck
				Model G-15.  Delivered between Jul 1941 and Mar 1942.
				00660 transfered to USAAF in 1942 as 42-7771
				00673 (VJ-1) ditched 10 mi S of Wainanae, Oahu, HI Apr 12, 1942. Both crew entered a life raft and rescued by a destroyer
				00683 (Enterprise Utility Unit) crashed into the mainmast of USS Tappahannock and sank into Segond Channel off Espiritu Santo, 
					New Hebrides Apr 1, 1943. All 3 killed.
				00730 (VJ-2) the landing gear failed and crashlanded on Ford Island, HI Apr 10, 1942. No injuries. Salvaged.
				00747	(VJ-15)	assigned to Bermuda 1943
				00754 (VJ-9) went to rescue the crew of SBD-4 10681, attempted to land just offshore with wheels down, turned
					a complete flip and sank off Fougariki Island, 40 mi N of Efate, New Hebrides Sep 18, 1943.
					Both crew escaped and rescued by natives and were returned by crash boat the next day.
				00763 (MSN 2439) to civil registry as OB-LAT-239, Bought in the USA, December 21, 1948. 
					Delivered to Peru June 1949. Named Amauta III.  Registered August 11, 1949.  Crashed Rio 
					Urubamba (unknown date).  Registration cancelled April 20, 1951
				00768 (VP-101) crashed on landing at Pearce, Australia Dec 29, 1942. No injuries.
00803/00882		Brewster SB2A-2 Buccaneer
				Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 340-26
				00810 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
				00811 assigned to NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Oct 1943 for "Project Affirm" to establish a night fighter force.
					Later to NFTU at NAAS Charleston, Rhode Island
00883/01004		Brewster SB2A-3 Buccaneer
				Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 340-27 with folding wings and arresting gear for carrier operations.
				00890 not delivered
				00943/01004 cancelled
01005			Brewster XSB2A-1 Buccaneer
				Model 340
01006/01007		Lockheed R5O-3
				Model 18-10 Lodestar aircraft operated by Navy as VIP transports
				01006 MSN 2096.  Originally ordered by NEIAF as LT9-1 but NTU.  To US Navy.  To N1126V Jun 1950.
					Converedt to 18-08.  To Galbreath Co as N60100, to N344Q.  Converted to Howard 250 May 22, 1962.
					To N381RD/N206G/N710BK.  To American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum Jan 23, 1997.  
				01007 MSN 2097.  Originally ordered by NEIAF as LT9-2 but NTU.  To US Navy.  Crashed during training
					flight Feb 28, 1949.
01008/01215		Curtiss SB2C-1C Helldiver
				01209/01215 cancelled
				01088 lost on an attack on Guam Jun 19, 1944.
				01170 (VB-70) forced landed in desert, Ocotillo target range 12/24/1943.
01209/01212		Lockheed FO-1 
				Designation given by US Navy to four F-5B photo-reconnaissance Lightnings
				obtained in North Africa.  BuNos reassigned from cancelled SB2C-1 batch.
01213/01215		Curtiss XF15C-1 
				Curtiss Model 99.  BuNos reassigned from cancelled SB2C-1 batch.
				01213 first flight without jet engine Feb 27, 1945.  Crashed after installation of jet engine May 8, 1945.  
					Test pilot Lloyd Childs killed.
				01215 on display at New England Air Museum.  Moved to Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, Rhode Island.  This 
					museum is now closed, and moved to Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina.  
01216/01515		Naval Aircraft Factory OS2N-1 Kingfisher
				Version of Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-3 built by Naval Aircraft Factory.
				01227 (VO-2) sunk during recovery near Hawaii Aug 11, 1942. Crew rescued by USS Mahan. SOC Aug 14, 1942
				01238 (VO-?) capsized during landing and sunk by gunfire off Hawaii Oct 10, 1942. Both crew unhurt and 
					rescued by USS Craven. SOC Oct 11, 1942.
				01278 lost off deck of USS Miami (CL-89) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				01287 (VMS-3) crashed into the Caribbean Sea between Puerto Rico and St. Croix, US Virgin Islands 
					Jul 29, 1942. Both crew killed.
				01320 (VO-6) hit by a salvo while the main battery firing over her stern, caught fire and burned out 
					onboard USS South Dakota off Savo Island, Solomons Nov 15, 1942.
				01346 damaged beyond reapir during recovery aboard USS Memphis Dec 20, 1944.
				01354 from New Mexico BB-40 shot down Apr 1, 1945 over Guam.  2 killed.
				01368 on battleship at Mobile Airpark, AL, marked as 0951, but it may actually be 5725.
				01435 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
01516/01623		Brewster F2A-3 Buffalo
				Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 339-23
				01516 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA May 21, 1942 to 1943.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				01518 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				01520 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				01521 force landed during landing approach to Otay Mesa Field, CA due to engine
					failure Nov 19, 1941.
				01522 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi MW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				01523 in midair fire, pilot bailed out north of Dead End Canal, Miami Apr 5, 1943.
				01524 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  
					Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				01525 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				01527 (VMF-221) force landed during landing approach to Eastern Island,
					Midway and ditched in lagoon Feb 12, 1942.  Damaged beyond repair
				01528 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				01529 (VF-2, Lexington) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion Dec 26, 1941.
				01531 in midair Sept 2, 1942 near NAS Miami, pilot bailed out.
				01533 engine failure during gunnery practice near NAS Miami Apr 14, 1943.
					Pilot bailed out over Everglades.
				01534 force landed 2 mi west of NAS Miami Feb 9, 1943.
				01535 in dead stick landing 100 yds east of Perry Field FL Jul 12, 1943.
				01536 in no-flaps landing at NAS Miami May 7, 1943, overshot and hit gas pit
					abutment behind hanger.
				01537 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942. Pilot KIA
				01538 in taxi accident hit by F2A-3 01587 on taxiway at NAS Miami Mar 12, 1943
				01539 in engine fire after takeoff, NAS Miami and hit trees Apr 5, 1942.
				01540 (CF-2, Lexington) in overside landing Dec 29, 1941 and sank.
				01541 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				01542 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				01543 (VMF-221) lost from unknown cause near Midway Island Dec 29, 1941.
				01544 lost off USS Lexington Dec 5, 1941.
				01546 in midair Feb 8, 1943 near NAS Miami Feb 8, 1943.  Landed OK and burned.
				01547 force landed 1/2 mi SW of Pt Affirm, FL Jan 11, 1943.
				01548 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				01549 engine failure and force-landed 7 mi N of NAS Miami Aug 15, 1942.
				01552 pilot bailed out after engine failure Nov 13, 1942.  Plane crashed in a
					swamp near NAS Miami
				01557 (VMF-211) in landing accident at MCAS Ewa, Oahu, Feb 9, 1942 and caught fire.  Also listed as being with VF-2
					off USS Lexington and lost from unknown cause in east central Pacific Ocean Dec 10, 1941.
				01559 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				01560 pilot suffered vertigo in cloud Mar 19, 1943 near NAS Miami.  Wreckage found
					Mar 20, 1943.
				01563 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				01567 (VF-3, Saratoga) spun in on takeoff and sank, Dec 6, 1941.
				01568 failed to recover during air-to-air gunner and dove in 44 mi NW of NAS
					Miami, Feb 2, 1943.
				01569 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA
				01570 (VJ-5) stalled after takeoff and crashed near NAS Cape May, NJ Mar 15, 1942
				01572 (VMF-212) ditched 50 yds offshore from Awanuw Beach, Oahu Apr 6, 1942.
				01573 (VMF-212) stalled on takeoff from MCAS Ewa, Oahu and crashed into trees Mar 5, 1942.
				01574 (VMF-211) ditched and sank due to structural failure during gunnery practice
					and sank off MCAS Ewa, Oahu Feb 23, 1942.
				01575 (VJ-5) ditched near shore NAS Cape May, NJ Oct 23, 1941.  Crane did serious damage
					during recovery and plane SOC.
				01576 spun-in on landing at Davis Field, FL Nov 1, 1942
				01578 in midair May 22, 1942 4 mi W of Ft Lauderdale, FL. May 22, 1942.
				01579 spun in from 1200 feet 1 mi north of Pt. Affirm, FL May 30, 1942.
					Royal Navy pilot killed.
				01581 (VF-9) in low-altitude spin Mar 13, 1942, Fentress, VA.
				01582 overshot on takeoff run at NAS Miami Jun 30, 1943.
				01584 in fighter training accident Jun 30, 1942.  Royal Navy pilot
					killed.
				01585 nosed over on landing accident May 14, 1943, NAS Miami
				01586 in mid-air 4 mi W of Ft Lauderdale May 22, 1942.  Wat this with 01578?
				01587 in taxi accident with 01538 at NAS Miami Mar 12, 1943.
				01590 spun-in from 300 feet 8 mi NE of NAS Miami Aug 18, 1942 due
					to engine failure.  Royal Navy pilot killed.
				01592 force-landed in Everglades 3 mi W of NAS Miami due to engine failure and 
					nosed over Jun 6, 1943.
				01594 stalled at 600 feet 5 mi W of NAS Miami, FL Oct 1, 1942.
				01595 force-landed 2 mi W of NAS Miami, FL Jul 10, 1942.
				01596 blew tire on takeoff and ground looped Jul 10, 1943, NAS Miami, FL.
				01597 in mid-air during gunnery 27 mi SW of NAS Miami Jun 5, 1942.
				01599 hit trees during landing at North Perry Field, FL Mar 12, 1943.
				01601 in late pullout from dive 20 mi SW of NAS Miami Oct 6, 1943.
				01602 force-landed on swampy ground N of Perry Field, FL Jan 4, 1943.
				01607 got into spin and pilot bailed out 10 mi N of NAS Miama, FL Mar 23, 1943.
				01608 stalled in landing at South Perry Field, FL Dec 17, 1942.
				01610 flew into ground landing at Perry Field, FL Dec 9, 1942.  Pilot
					at the time was a British Fleet Air Arm trainee pilot who
					messed up the fuel transfer system, causing the engine to
					stop dead.
				01612 stalled after takeoff South Perry Field, FL Aug 12, 1943.
				01615 overshot on takeoff roll at Nas Miami Jun 18, 1943.
				01616 in landing accident 1 mi SE of Davis Field, Miami FL Apr 25, 1942.
				01617 overshot landing at NAS Miami Oct 12, 1942.
				01620 stalled after takeoff and spun-in at Biggs Field, TX Dec 19, 1942.
				01621 found in a wamp 7 mi SW of NAS Miami Nov 27, 1942.
				01623 pilot bailed out 5 mi W of Pt. Affirm, FL Mar 25, 1943.
01624/01646		Beech GB-2 Traveller
				Beech Model D17S
				01626 (MSN 1015) to NC163, NC-163E.  Crashed Aug 31, 1961
				01627 (MSN 1016) to NC235.  Cancelled Apr 7, 1947.  To N1213V, cancelled Mar 31, 2011.  
				01639 (MSN 1028) to NC152, cancelled 1947
				01640 (MSN 1029) to NC154, N1254N, N925L, current.
01647			Grumman JF-2
				Model G-9.  Was ex US Coast Guard V146
01648/01649		Douglas R4D-1 
				Navy equivalent of C-47
				01648 (MSN 4367) to US Navy May 09, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253. SOC Pearl Harbur Nov 30, 1942.
				01649 (MSN 4368) to US Navy May 09, 1942 - VR-2 - Operated by PAA Dec 03, 1942 - NATS May 20,
					1943, still operated by PAA - SOC Dec 31, 1944.  To civilian registry as NC33373 (Pan American Airways) 
					and EL-ADH (Liberian International Airlines Aug 08, 1948).   NLR.
01650/01673		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
				01658 (MSN 3216) to US Coast Guard May 1943 as 01658
				01663 (MSN 3221) to US Coast Guard May 1945 as 01663
01674/01728		Martin PBM-3S Mariner
				01683	(VP-207)  transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda. Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 1945
				01690 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX112.  Returned to USN Jun 11, 1944
				01691 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX113.  Returned to USN Jan 11, 1945
				01692 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX114.  Returned to USN Jul 9, 1944
				01693 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX115.  Returned to USN Mar 15, 1944
				01694 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX116.  SOC Nov 10, 1944
				01695 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX117.  DBR Nov 4, 1944.
				01697 (VP-210) crashed and exploded after takeoff from NAS Guantanamo Bay.  5 killed.
				01710 collided in midair with 59113 near NAS Corpus Christi TX Nov 8, 1945.  
				01711 (VP-210) sank after emergency landing.  No injuries.
				01726 spun in from 200 feet near Trinidad BWI, 8 killed.			
01729/01730		Goodyear ZNP-K-3, -4 
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 416,000 cu ft K series training airship designated ZNP-K
				01729	K-3	
				01730	K-4	
01731/01770		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40.  MSN 2765/2804
				01734 (VC-1) missing on flight from NAS Norfolk, VA
					3/7/1943
				01743 (VC-36) wing broke off during dive pullout
					Monterey Bay, CA 4/26/1943.  3 killed.
				01744 (VT-6) ditched off Enterprise due to fuel
					exhaustion 12/16/1942.
				O1745 VGS-1(VC-1) 10/25/1943 ferry ship to shore; take-off, ditched
				01746 fitted with Martin dorsal turret.
				01747 (MSN 2781) ditched in Lake Michigan off USS Wolverine
					June 11, 1943.  Recovered in 1991.  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation,
					Pensacola, FL.   Believed by Fall 2003 to be at Palm Springs Air Museum, CA.
					In 2008 was undergoing restoration at NAS DeLand, DeLand, FL,
					on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				01751 (VGS-9) in midair fire near Coronado Island
					off Bogue CVE-9.  Pilot bailed, 2 killed.
				01752 (VT-10) ditched on takeoff from Enterprise
					2/24/1943.
				01760 (VT-3) ditched on takeoff from Saratoga 11/30/1942
				01761 (VJ-2) ditched in Waimea Bay, HI 4/3/1943.
				O1764 (VT-9) 01/22/1943 Pa, Portsmouth   Nite 
					familiarization; spun-in; 1/killed
				01765 (VGS-29) hit by ground fire off Santee
					11/10/1942 2 mi SE of Gou Guredra, French 
					Morocco and force landed.  Pilot destroyed
					aircraft.
				01766 (VT-9) ditched at Gulf of Paris near NAS
					Trinidad with live torpedo 3/30/1943.  Sank.
01771/01976		North American SNJ-3 Texan
				01771/01800 (MSN 78-6607/6636) ex USAAF 41-16229/16258.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy 
					01784 (MSN 78-6620) registered NC60262.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16295 1953-1957.  Sold in USA, registered N60262
					01788 (MSN 78-6624) became NC657567.  Later to French Navy
				01801/01835 (MSN 78-6782/6816) ex USAAF 41-16404/16438.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01807 (MSN 78-6788) registered NC65908.  To Swedish AF as 16286 1953-1957.  Registered SE-CHX.  Scrapped
					01809 (MSN 78-6790) to Thai AF as F8-10/91
					01811 (MSN 78-6792) registered NC62396.  To Swedish AF as 16310 1954-1957.  Sold in USA
					01812 (MSN 78-6793) registered NC65765.  To Swedish AF as 16278 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
					01823 (MSN 78-6804) registered NC52235.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16210 1951-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0437, 1-E-202,
						1-E-210, 1-E-235.  To Paraguayan Navy marked 235. 
					01831 (MSN 78-6812) to Thai AF as 78-70/93
				01836/01851 (MSN 78-6836/6851) ex USAAF 41-16458/16473.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01836 (MSN 78-6836) registered N9257H.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16255.  Sold 1957
					01840 (MSN 78-6840) registered N66841.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16244
					01847 (MSN 78-6847) assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
						Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Dec 11, 1942 to Jul 15, 1945.  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL 
					01849 (MSN 78-6849) registered NC52840.  To South African AF as 7671.
				01852/01888 (MSN 78-6957/6993) ex USAAF 41-16579/16615.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy 
					01863 to Thai AF as F8-38/93
				01889/01927 (MSN 78-7032/7070) ex USAAF 41-16654/16692.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01897 ex USAAF 41-16662 (MSN 78-7040).  To Paraguay as FAP0102.  Registere N3171A Sep 21, 1993.  Now flying
						in Australia as VH-MDP.  Now flying as VH-MDP in Australia.
					01902 (MSN 78-7045) ex USAAF 41-16667.  SOC 1945.  Acquired by South
						African Air Force in 1952 and operated until
						1995.  Now with National Warplane Museum,
						Horseheads, NY. as N696WM.  Reported Jan 2007 at Wings
						of Eagles Museum, Elmira, NY
					01923 (MSN 78-7066) to NC61242.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16257
				01928/01969 (MSN 78-7157/7198) ex USAAF 41-16779/16820.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01947 (MSN 78-7176) to Thai AF as F8-17/91
					01968 (MSN 78-7197) became NC65772.  Later to French Navy
				01970/01976 (MSN 78-7257/7263) ex USAAF 41-16879/16885.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01975 (MSN 78-7262) to NC65761.  Later to French Navy	
01977/01990		Douglas R4D-1 
				Navy equivalent of C-47.  Douglas DC-3A-360
				01977 (MSN 4433) to US Marine Corps Jun 08, 1942 - MAW-2/VJM-253 - VJM-153 Apr 27, 1943 - ComFair WC May 08, 1943 - 
					Camp Kearney Jul 26, 1943 - PAC May 16, 1944 - MAG-35 Aug 1944 - HDN MAG-25 Jul 24, 1946 - 
					SOC Oct 31, 1946.  C-709 Afrypesca- reregistered HK-709.- N2901B A Dishington. N4C Coca Cola Co. 03Jul52. 
					N4CP Charles Pfizer & Co, Maywood, NJ Jun63. Pfizer & Sons Inc, Akron, OH 1966. Lockwood Kessler and 
					Bartlett Inc, Syosset, NY US 1967.  Reregistered N14lU.  Registered CF-YED Greyhound Leasing & Financial of 
					Canada Ltd 21Feb69.  Great Lakes Airlines leased 28Jan71- Registered Lockwood Consultants Ltd, Toronto 
					28May71.  Northway Consultants, Toronto, 1973.  Northway Air Surveys 1977.  Reregistered C-FYED May78 
					Northway-Gestalt Corp, Toronto, Apr80.  Questor Surveys Ltd, Mississauga, May80.  Current on USCAR Mar 2003 as
					N193DP (Sale reported).
				01978 (MSN 4434) to US Marine Corps San Diego Jun 07, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ 253.  SOC Nov 30, 1942.
				01979 (MSN 4435) to US Marine Corps Jun 07, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-152 - VMJ-253 Mar 18, 1943 - Gainesville
					Aug 08, 1944 - Banana River Jan 1946 - Corpus Christi Feb 1946 - SOC Jacksonville Nov 30, 1946.
				01980 (MSN 4436) to US Marine Corps Jun 08, 1942 - MAW1/VMJ-153 - VMJ-152 Jan 21, 1943 - MAG-25 Mar
					09, 1943 - Jacksonville Sep 11, 1943 - SOC Jan 31, 1947.  To civilian
					registry as HK-314 (LANSA - Avianca Oct 1951), N9197Z and JA-5080 (All Nippon Airways Mar 31, 1961 - 
					Japan Domestic).  Hit Mt Nakanoone, en route Osaka to Tokyo Feb 14, 1965.
				01981 (MSN 4437) to US Marine Corps Jul 1942 - VMJ-253 - Hit mountain on New Caledonia
					Oct 9, 1942.  8 killed.
				01982 (MSN 4438) to US Marine Corps Jun 08, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-252 - VMJ-152 Oct 01, 1942 - VMJ-253 Nov
					27, 1942 - NAOT PAC May 08, 1944 - MOTG 81 Aug 1944 - MTS 813 Aan 1945 - Jacksonville Feb 1946 - 
					HDN MAG-21 Apr 1946 - SOC Aug 31, 1946. To civilian registry as NX815 (CAA Jul 19, 1948, becoming
					FAA Dec 21, 1958. Used for Goodyear cross-wind landing trials), re-registered NX115, N115, N20, 
					N50 and N50Q (1975).  Sold to US Dept of Agriculture; Mission, TX. Mar 10, 1976 and converted as 
					sprayer (n2009J reserved but NTU) as N220GB. To Monroe County Mosquito Control Dist, Marathon, 
					FL. Jan 20, 1981, current with John Trader Ltd, Wilmington, DE. since Jun 26, 1998.
				01983 (MSN 4439) to US Marine Corps Jun 11, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-152 Jun 15, 1942 - VMJ-153 Sep 14, 1942 - VJM-353
					Mar 18, 1943 - NOP Anacostia - SOC Jul 31, 1946. To civilian registry as NC15587 (Bruning Aviation Inc, 
					Hamden, MS - Aviation Parts Inc, NYC Nov 09, 1948 - Regina Cargo Airlines, NYC Apr 14, 1949. NLR.
				01984 (MSN 4440) to US Marine Corps-- VMJ-152 Mar 9, 1943 - MAG-25 Jun 29, 1943.  (VMJ-153) crashed in bad weather near
					San Christobal Island Jun 29, 1943.  SOC Jul 23, 1943.
				01985 (MSN 4441) to US Navy Norfolk Jun 17, 1942 - VR-1 - VR-7 Aug 21, 1943 - NATS Nov 01,
					1943 - VR-7 Jan 1944 - VRF-2 Jul 1945 - VRF-3 Mar 11, 1946 - ComFair WC Mar 27, 1946 - 
					SOC Sep 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC4806N (A J Leeward) for resale to RCAF as 10912 
					Jun 11, 1951.  Renumbered 12967 with CAF Jun 1970 and to civil registry as CF-BKV with Maritime
					Aircraft Overhauls and repair. Lte, Moncton New Brunswick Jan 11, 1972.  To Atlantic 
					Central Airlines Nov 1973, then Ontario Central Airlines Nov 20, 1973.  Crashed Pickle Lake, ONT. 
					May 12, 1977 while on lease to Patricia Air Services.
				01986 (MSN 4550) to US Navy Norfolk Jun 29, 1942 - VR-1 - Cherry Point Oct 03, 1942 - 
					St Thomas Oct 11, 1942 - Operated by Eastern Air Lines Feb 08, 1943 - Cherry Point
					May 20, 1943 - St Thomas Nov 15, 1943 - Quantico Jun 03, 1944 - Cherry Point Sep 1945. 
					To civilian registry as N816 (US Navy Department Dec53), then stored Litchfield Park Jul 1955. 
					Later N96C (No details), N51D (Various owners/operators), cancelled 1982.
				01987 (MSN 4551) to US Navy Norfolk Jun 30, 1942 - VR-1 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01,
					1943 - VR-7 Jan 1944 - VR-9 Jun 1945 - VRS-1 Jul 1945 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian 
					registry as NC52940, YV-C-AVZ (Avensa) and HK-794 (Servicios Tecnicos Aeron. de Colombia). 
					Lsd to Texader, crashed Barrankabermeja, N Colombia Aug 23, 1962.
				01988 (MSN 4552) to US Navy Aug 3, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 15, 1943 - VR-7 Nov 19, 1943 -
					Hit mountain 30 mi E of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Nov 19, 1943.  18 killed. SOC Nov 22, 1943.
				01989 (MSN 4553) to US Navy Jul 27, 1942 - VR-2 - missing on flight from NAS Seattle,
					WA to Kodiak, AK Feb 16, 1944.  14 missing.  SOC aug 31, 1944. 
				01990 (MSN 4554) to US Navy Jul 27, 1942 - VR-2 13 Jan 1943 - VR-4 20 May 1943 - VF-5.
					Hit Table Top Mountain near NAS Dutch Harbor, AK 6 min after takeoff Ju1 2, 1943. 10
					killed.   SOC Jul 05, 1943.
01991/02152		Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Manually-operated folding wings.
				02004 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				02006 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				02014 (VF-5) lost Sep 17, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				02017 (VF-5) lost Oct 8, 1942, Guadalcanal.
				02030 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				02040 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				02044 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 8, 1942.
				02047 (VMF-211) crashed on Palmyra Atoll Mar 24, 1943, probably due to
					engine failure and subsequent attempt to ditch at sea.  
					Pilot killed.
				02058 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				02065 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				02066 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 24, 1942.
				02067 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
				02068 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02069 (VF-72) destroyed 5 enemy torpedo planes in two attacks Oct 26, 1942.  Returned to
					USA May 1943.  SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				02072 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 7, 1942
				02079 (VF-5) shot down over Savo Sound Sep 9, 1942.
				02080 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				02081 (VF-5) destroyed on ground at Guadalcanal Oct 13, 1942.
				02083 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost Aug 24, 1942.
				02102 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				02125 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02132 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02133 (VF-71, USS Wasp) lost Aug 7, 1942.
				02145 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02148 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
02153/02736		Vought F4U-1 Corsair
				02157 converted to XF4U-3.
				02161 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 
					Oct 19, 1942 to Mar 1, 1943.  Assigned to Floyd Bennett Field, NY.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jul 22, 1943 to Sep 27, 1943.
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA 
				02270 ditched in lagoon on Efate Island, New Hebrides May 5, 1944 after running
					out of fuel.  Reported recently recovered and delivered to Classic Jets
					Fighter Museum, Adelaide, Australia, where it is now undergoint static restoration
				02311 (VMR-222) believed to be the plane that collided with TBF
					06103 at Pearl Harbor Apr 8, 1943.  Fate of 02311 not known.
				02315 (VMF-214) pilot bailed out due to engine failure Oct 20, 1943
				02329 (VMF-214) lost Oct 2, 1943.  Pilot rescued
				02449 (VMF-214) crashed on Espiritu Santo Oct 1, 1943 and DBR.  Pilot killed.  Registered VH-ASG
					Sep 30, 2014.  Restoration project at Parafield, South Australia.  Imported to USA Mar 2015 as N2449.
					Now located at Vultures Row Aviation in California for restoration to flight.
				02465 (CQTU/A) crashed into Lake Michigan while training from USS Wolverine Jun 12, 1943.  Pilot survived.
					Aircraft recovered from 240 ft of water Nov 8, 2010.  Slated to be restored for display at National
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				02474 (VMF-214) crashed due to engine failure Aug 7, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				02485 (VMF-214) ditched after engine failure Aug 6, 1943
				02492 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Aug 6, 1943
				02508 (VMF-214) overturned after emergency landing Aug 1, 1943
				02576 (VMF-222) crashed on landing at Bougainville 13 December 1943
				02577 (VMF-214) lost Aug 28, 1943.  Pilot POW, died in captivity.
				02608 (VMF-214) crashed in jungle Oct 22, 1943.  Pilot killed.  Recovered by Classic Jets Fighter Museum of
					Adelaide, Australia
				02683 (VMF-214) ditched Jul 15, 1943 due to engine failure
				02723 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Mar 3, 1944. Pilot MIA
02737/02746		Consolidated PB2Y-3 Coronado
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 29
02747/02790		Consolidated-Vultee OY-1 Sentinel 
				Naval equivalent of Army L-5.  Stinson Model V-76 built by Consolidated-Vultee as the OY-1 for the US Marine Corps
				02747/02756 ex-USAAF 42-99512/99521
					02747 to CAP Wilmington, NC 1950 to 1959.  Now being restored in Georgia.
						Became N1548M
				02757/02766 ex-USAAF 42-99690/99699
					02766 was attached to VMO-4 and was used in battle of Iwo Jima.  To civil registry as N5607V
				02767/02776 ex-USAAF 44-16857/16866
				02777/02788 ex-USAAF 44-16957/16968 
				02789/02790 cancelled
02789/02790		Martin XP4M-1 Mercator 
				Martin Model 219.  Serials reassigned from cancelled OY-1 batch
				02789 first flight Sep 20, 1946
				02790 second prototype built without defensive armament to compare speeds with armed version.
02791/02946		Naval Aircraft Factory PBN-1 Nomad
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 28. Catalina licence built by the Naval Aircraft Factory.
				138 delivered to USSR.
				02795 Lend-Lease to USSR
				02797 Lend-Lease to USSR
				02798 Lend-Lease to USSR
				02800 Lend-Lease to USSR
				02802 rebuilt as 02946. 
				02806 Lend-Lease to USSR.  Was written off on Oct 29,1944 on a positioning flight from Naryan-Mar to Lakhta when it encountered 
					heavy fog in the Timanski kryazh area near Severodvinsk and crashed 2 km south-west of Lodka hill, 6 out 
					of 7 crew killed, the injured survivor walked 12 days through the tundra until he 
					reached a settlement; wreck with clearly visible number '02806' still at the crash site, August 2011
				02809/02820 Lend-Lease to USSR
				02822/02837 Lend-Lease to USSR
					02826 missing on delivery flight from Reykjavik to Murmansk
				02841/02850 Lend-Lease to USSR
				02852/02946
					02870 was written off August 1st, 1945 when it encountered heavy fog near Shamora Bay and crashed at a 
						height of 200-300 metres into the slope of hill 405 metres near Shamora airfield, 5 out of 7 crew killed 
						and the 2 survivors injured; not much of the wreckage left by 2008 apparently 
02947			Lockheed R3O-2
				Model 12-A NC33615 MSN 1287 impressed by Navy.  Leased to RAF Aug 1945 as D2947.  To UK in late 1945 as G-AGTL.  
					Later sold to France as F-BJJY, and still flying as F-AZLL 
02948/02977		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				02951 (VP-23) crashed at sea 11/26/1942 50 mi N of
					Oahu during night mission.   9 crew missing.
				02954 (VP-93) hit tractor on runway during takeoff
					NAS Argentia, Newfoundland 6/19/1942.  SOC.
					I have this plane also having been SOC after 
					being damaged by winds 7/9/1944, Gainesville, GA.
				02955 sunk U-590.  Salvaged in Miami Feb 28, 1946.
				02965 (VP-HDN-1) missing 1/28/1943.
				02966 (VP-HDN-6) force landed at sea 12/13/1942 off
					Australia.  Sunk while under tow 67 hours later.
				02967 (MSN 564) was previously serialled as 05044.  To USAAF as 41-18772
				02968 force landed 11/7/1942, Wallis Island, South
					Pacific due to fuel exhaustion.  Sunk by 
					depth charges.
				02969 (MSN 566) was previously serialled as 05045.  To USAAF as 41-18773.
				02970 (VJ-unit FAW-2) SOC after forced landing Richmond
					NAS, FL 3/26/1945.
				02972 noted at Lagens, Azores Jul 1946 with US markings on one
					side and British markings on the other.
				02977 of VP-126 crashed Greenland Mar 3, 1943 on
					trip from NAS Argentia to Greenland.  Found
					3/16/1943.  All crew and passengers killed.
02978			Vought V-173
				First flight Nov 23, 1942.  Delivered from Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft, Hartford, CT.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA .
					Returned to Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft, Hartford, CT.
					Was preserved in NASM Garber Facility at Suitland, MD.  In 2009 was at Vought Aircraft
					Heritage Foundation facility undergoing restoration.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy
					Center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
02979/02980		Schweizer LNS-1
				Model SGS 2-8 sailplane.  Assigned to the US Marine Corps at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
02981			Grumman XF6F-1 Hellcat
				Model G-50.  MSN 3188.  First flight Jun 26, 1942.  Later converted to XF6F-3 configuration and later 
					changed its serial number to 02982.  First flight Sep 13, 1942.
					Eventually converted to F6F-3 production standard (but still designated XF6F-3) and delivered to 
					US Navy Nov 22, 1943. Bailed to Pratt & Whitney Dec 1943 to Jul 1944.  Assigned [as XF6F-4, BuNo 02981] 
					to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 1Apr44 to 1Mar45 
					SOC at NAS Norfolk, Virginia Nov 30, 1944.
02982			Grumman XF6F-1 Hellcat
				Model G-50.  MSN 3189.  Ordered as XF6F-1, built as XF6F-2 and modified to XF6F-3 before first flight. 
					First flight Jul 30, 1942.  Reserialled as BuNo 02981.  Damaged Aug 17, 1942 when engine seized due 
					to lack of lubrication. Rebuilt as XF6F-4. First flight Oct 3, 1942; to the US Navy Oct 10, 1942. 
					SOC Oct 31, 1946 at Quonset Point, RI. 
02983/03182		Vultee SNV-1 Valiant
				Vultee Model 54. US Navy version of the BT-13A designated SNV-1
				03022 (MSN 74-3183) noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum marked as 41-1676
03183			Curtiss XF14C-2
				Curtiss Model 94.  With Wright XR-3350-16 engine, completed Sep 1943 and delivered Jul 1944.
03184			Curtiss XF14C-1
				Curtiss Model 94.  With Lycoming H-2470-4 engine, not completed because of late development of engine
03185/03384		Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless
				MSN 1007/1206 (El Segundo MSNs)
				03187 (VS-8) w/o 6/5/42 in ditching off Hornet.
				03194 ditched 5/21/42 off Hornet.  Crew survived
					23 days on a rubber raft before landing
					on Nui Island.  Pilot survived, but
					gunner was buried on Nui Island 6/15/1942. 
				03195 (VS-8) stalled on landing at Otay Mesa Field,
					Ca 3/28/1942.
				03202 (MSN 1024) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ215. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5011. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1048.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
				03206 (VS-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03207 (VS-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03208 (VS-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03219 (MSN 1041) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ211. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 and allocated permanent serial NZ5007 but crashed before change.  (25 Sqdn) stalled 
					during gunnery practice and crashed at Waiuku, New Zealand Sep 13, 1943.  Both crew killed. 
				03224 (VS-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03225 (VS-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03230 (VS-8) w/o 8/5/42 off Hornet.  Crew OK
				03252 (ACTG-Pac) dove in during dive bombing
					near Jamul, CA 5/6/1942.  Pilot killed.
				0325? (VS-6) w/o 5/15/42 in takeoff accident from USS Enterprise
				03254 (VMSB-141) MIA on search mission from Henderson Field,
					Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands Oct 16, 1942.  2 crew MIA.
				03258 w/o 5/15/42 in takeoff accident San Diego, CA.  Pilot killed.
				03262 crashed near Otay Mesa field, CA during low altitude spin 5/20/1942.  Pilot killed.
				03267 (VMSB-142) w/o 7/15/42 San Diego, CA in midair fire.  Crew killed.
				03269 (VMSB-142) w/o 8/13/42, Rancho Santa Fe, CA in low-altitude spin.  Crew killed.
				03272 w/o in training accident 6/12/42, San Diego, CA.  No pullout from dive.  Pilot killed.
				03283 (VB-3) crashed on takeoffat Luke Field, Ford Island with 500 lb bomb 6/16/1942.
					Two crew killed.
				03290 (VB-6) w/o 7/23/42 when stalled on takeoff from Enterprise, one crew killed, other OK.
				03299 (VT-3) w/o 6/14/42 off Diamond Head,HI during flight test.  Both crewmembers killed.
				03308 (VMSB-241) w/o 1/24/42 on Midway Island in ground accident after being struck by landing 03240.
				03320 (VB-72) missing at sea from dive bombing practice flight on target towed by carrier Jul 9, 1942.   Pilot missing 
				03336 (VS-71) lost in action 8/7/42 off USS Wasp.
				03351 (VS-71) w/o 8/24/42 off USS Wasp
				03358 w/o 8/25/42 off San Diego, CA. in mid-air with SBD-2 BuNo 2147
				03364 (MSN 1186) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ218. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5014. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
				03369 (MSN 1191) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ221. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5017. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				03371 (MSN 1193) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ210. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5006. Brought on charge Oct 26, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				03376 w/o 8/20/42 off Enterprise during dive bombing practice.  Crew killed.
03385/03544		Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Manually operated folding wins
				03386 modified as F4F-4P photo recon version.
				03417 shot down 2 dive bombers and 5 torpedo bombers during Battle of Santa Cruz.
					Aicraft w/o NAS Jacksonville Jun 29, 1944.
				03426 crashed on ferry flight 8 mi S of Pe Ell, WA Jan 23, 1944. Pilot killed.
					Wreckage found by logging crew in 1949.
				03432 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost Oct 26, 1942
				03433 (VF-4) struck by heavy wind and lost over USS Ranger off Iceland Nov 26, 1943.  One sailor on deck killed.
				03455 lost in sinking of USS Hornet Oct 26, 1942.
03545/03548		Free balloon Lakehurst type 2F
03549/03550		Grumman XF7F-1 Tigercat
				Model G-51.  MSN C-01/C-02
				03549 flirst flight Nov 3, 1943.  Damaged May 1, 1944.  SOC Aug 1944
				03550 delivered to US Navy Aug 2, 1944.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Sep 2, 1944 to Jun 19, 1948.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
03551/03552		Douglas XSB2D-1
				MSN 1207/1208
				03551 first flight Apr 8, 1943.
				03552 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 12, 1944 to Jan 10, 1946.
					Used for aerodynamics research. Different propellers were tested on the aircraft during maximum 
					power ground runs and in-flight performance evaluations.
					Crashed Jan 10, 1946 Moffett Field, CA. During what turned out to be the final flight of the 
					aircraft, an engine fire occurred, and the pilot made a successful emergency landing, 
					short of the main runway at Moffett Field and between tree rows in a Sunnyvale prune orchard. 
					In the process, 84 trees were mowed down and the airplane's wings were severely cropped, 
					but the pilot and test engineer escaped without injury.		
03553/03742		Beech SNB-2 Navigator
				03563/03742 cancelled
				03557 (MSN 4106) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as 
					N91249, VP-LIQ, N90576.  Destroyed by fire when collided with refuelling pump while taxiing at San Juan
					Puerto Rico in 1980.
				03561 (MSN 4120) to N3561.
03563/03742		Martin PBM-4E Mariner
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled SNB-2 batch.  The PBM-4E was intended to have the Wright R-3350 engine but these
					engines were required to power the B-29 which had higher priority, so this batch was cancelled.
					The UK had ordered 50 for RAF Coastal Command, serials FP425/FP474 being allocated; the contract was 
					cancelled Feb 1943.
03563/03712		Vickers PBV-1A 
				PBY-5A built by Canadian Vickers as PBV-1A Canso A
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled PBM-4E batch. Delivered to RCAF
03713/03742		Grumman JRF-5 
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled PBM-4E batch.  Contract also cancelled.
03743/03744		Curtiss XSB3C-1
				Contract cancelled.
03745-03801		Boeing PBB-1 Sea Ranger
				Long-range flying boat patrol bomber.  
				03745 prototype first flight Jul 9, 1942.  Delivered to US Navy at San Diego Oct 25, 1943.  Served for several
					years before placed in storage at NAS Norfolk, Virginia.
				Remainder of group was cancelled.
03802/03841		Vought F4U-1 Corsair
				03803 (VMF-214) ditched Nov 28, 1943.  Pilot rescued
				03804 (VOF-1) suffered engine failure shortly after takeoff from NAS Atlantic City, NJ
					and crashlanded on Brigantine Beach Jan 14, 1944.  Pilot OK but aircraft never
					flew again.	
03842/03861		Lockheed PBO-1 Hudson 
				MSN 414-5988/6007.  Built to a RAF contract as Hudson IIIA BW361/BW380 but commandeered by USAAF
					and allocated serials 41-23223/24242 but transferred to US Navy for use by VP-82
				03842 SOC Aug 6, 1943.
				03843 missing May 9, 1942
				03844 crashed and DBF Feb 10, 1942.
				03845 missing Jan 16, 1942
				03846 SOC Feb 29, 1944.
				03847 SOC Feb 29, 1944.
				03848 ground looped on takeoff at Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jul 6, 1942
				03849 to Flugferdir as TF-SHB Jul 1946.  Crashlanded at Akureyi, Iceland Jul 29, 1950
				03850 SOC May 31, 1945.
				03851 SOC Jul 28, 1944
				03852 crashed and DBF Dec 17, 1941.
				03853 SOC Dec 31, 1944
				03854 SOC Dec 31, 1944
				03855 SOC Jul 28, 1944
				03856 SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				03857 SOC Aug 31, 1944
				03858 SOC Jul 28, 1944
				03859 missing Aug 30, 1942
				03860 SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				03861 crashed Nov 5, 1941, location unknown.
03862/04148		Curtiss SB2C-2 Helldiver
				Contract cancelled 
03862/04025		Consolidated-Vultee OY-1 Sentinel 
				Naval equivalent of Army L-5.  Stinson Model V-76 built by Consolidated-Vultee as the OY-1 for the US Marine Corps.  
					BuNos reassigned from cancelled SB2C-2 batch.
				03893 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) crashed into mountain 7 mi S of
					Taegu, South Korea Jan 7, 1951.  Crew of 2 were injured but were rescued.
				03912 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-4)) crash landed afer takeoff due to engine
					failure in river at Sachon-ni, South Korea Sep 11, 1951.    Crew of 2 were uninjured and were rescued,
					but aircraft DBR.
				03919 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-38)) collided with truck on takeoff at Wonju
					Air Base, South Korea May 16, 1951.  Crew injured and survived, aircraft DBR.
				03922 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) DBR in forced landing due to engine
					failure 9 mi SE of Honchon, South Korea Jun 25, 1951.  Crew uninjured.
				03929 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) collided in midair with F4U-4 over South 
					Korea Apr 24, 1951.  Both crew killed.
				03937 to US Coast Guard as 3937 May 16, 1952
				03954 	assigned to FASRON 104 at NAF Bermuda, arrived by ship Nov 6, 1946. Returned to US for overhaul Jun 1, 1947
				03956 from USAAF 44-17812.  Assigned to ASRTC MCAS Quantico, Virginia.  Taken to China 1945, returned to US 1949.
					Registered N1963M to Civil Air Patrol Oct 4, 1950.  Cancelled Aug 30, 1968.  Recovered from a barn in 1994 and
					being restored.
				03957 to civil registry as N10460.  Current.  This has mis-leading registered with the serial 44-03957
				03962 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) crashed on takeoff in river near Sinchon,
					South Korea Oct 1, 1951.  Crew survived uninjured, aircraft DBR.
				03969 registered as N5170M 
				03977 (MSN 76-4358) ex USAF 44-18071.  To CF-IIM in 1973 and cancelled Apr 5, 2002 prior to civil registry as N8071.
				03982 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Al-Lyong,
					North Korea Jul 2, 1951.  Crew of two became POW.
				03991 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 Marine Aircraft Group MAG-33 (K-9)) shot down by AAA over South
					Korea Aug 26, 1950.  Pilot injured and rescued, but died in hospital.  Observer survived uninjured
					and was rescued.
				03993 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 Marine Aircraft Group MAG-33 (K-9)) hit by AAA offshore near Kosong,
					North Korea and ditched Aug 6, 1950.  Crew of 2 were rescuedl
				04009 was ex USAAAF 44-18137.
				04016 became N66530.  Quoted with serial number 4016.  C of R revoked.
				04021/04025 delivered with serials 120442/120446

04149/04198		Curtiss SO3C-2 Seagull
				Curtiss Model 82B
				04160 lost power and force-landed near Oakland Municipal
					APT, CA May 18, 1944.
				04165 crashed near El Paso, TX Apr 24, 1944.
				04171 SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE296
				04180 SOC USN charge Mar 31, 1945 for probable conversion to
					Queen Seamew target drone for Royal Navy, but there is
					no record of delivery to RN.  Perhaps it was KE292
				04189 SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE300
04199/04348		Curtiss SO3C-3 Seagull
				Curtiss Model 82C
				04205 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Probably SOC.
				04206 lost on training flight Oct 6, 1943.  1 killed.
				04213 (VSC-10, USS Boston) capsized on takeoff Dec 8, 1943 in central Pacific.
				04225 (VS-71) lost power at sea off San Francisco, CA and
					force-landed.  Prop tore through float and sank Dec 25, 1943.
				04231 destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				04234 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				04237 (VCS-13, USS Biloxi) force landed after takeoff Oct 1, 1943.
				04250 to US Coast Guard as 04250 Feb 21, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Jun 8, 1944.
				04270 SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE298
				04271 SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE297
				04275 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE286
				04276 swerved off runway on takeoff, Tulsa Municipal APT, OK Nov 20, 1943.
				04280 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE287
				04281 SOC USN charge Mar 31, 1945 for probable conversion to Queen
					Seamew target drone for Royal Navy, but there is no record of delivery to RN.  Possibly as JX664 or JX665
				04287 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JZ771
				04288 to US Coast Guard as 04288 Jan 15, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Feb 4, 1944
				04292 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX664 or JX665
				04294 SOC US Navy Apr 30k 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE295
				04300 to US Coast Guard as 04300 Jan 15, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Feb 19, 1944
				04305 to US Coast Guard as 04305 Jan 22, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Jan 31, 1944
				04309 to US Coast Guard as 04309 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 4, 1944.
					SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE301
				04310 to US Coast Guard as 04310 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 6, 1944.
					SOC US Navy Apr 30, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE288
				04311 to US Coast Guard as 04311 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 5, 1944
				04312 to US Coast Guard as 04312 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 5, 1944
				04313 to US Coast Guard as 04313 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 5, 1944
				04314 to US Coast Guard as 04314 Feb 8, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 5, 1944
				04315 to US Coast Guard as 04315 Feb 5, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04316 to US Coast Guard as 04316 Dec 23, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Mar 2, 1944
				04317 to US Coast Guard as 04317 Feb 4, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04318 to US Coast Guard as 04318 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04320 to US Coast Guard as 04320 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04321 to US Coast Guard as 04321 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 10, 1944
				04322 to US Coast Guard as 04322 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 10, 1944
				04323 to US Coast Guard as 04323 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 9, 1944
				04324 to US Coast Guard as 04324 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04325 to US Coast Guard as 04325 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04326 to US Coast Guard as 04326 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04328 to US Coast Guard as 04328 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04329 to US Coast Guard as 04329 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04330 to US Coast Guard as 04330 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 16, 1944.
					SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JZ773.
				04331 to US Coast Guard as 04331 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 10, 1944
				04332 to US Coast Guard as 04332 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Apr 16, 1944.
					SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JZ774
				04333 to US Coast Guard as 04333 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 31, 1944
				04335 to US Coast Guard as 04335 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 16, 1944
				04336 to US Coast Guard as 04336 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04337 to US Coast Guard as 04337 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04338 to US Coast Guard as 04338 Jan 1, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 4, 1944
				04339 to US Coast Guard as 04339 Jan 4, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 1, 1944
				04341 to US Coast Guard as 04341 Dec 17, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Mar 15, 1944
				04343 to US Coast Guard as 04343 Dec 17, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Mar 5, 1944
				04344 to US Coast Guard as 04344 Feb 8, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Mar 7, 1944
				04345 to US Coast Guard as 04345 Dec 17, 1943.  Returned to US Navy Mar 16, 1944
				04346 SOC US Navy Mar 31, 1945.  To Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE289
				04348 to US Coast Guard as 04348 Feb 4, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Feb 8, 1944
04349/04358		Grumman JRF-5
				Model G-38.  MSN 1176/1185
				04349 (MSN 1176) WFU Jul 13, 1951.  To French Navy as 349.  W/o Sep 24, 1953
				04350 (MSN 1177) WFU Jun 31, 1946
				04351 (MSN 1178) WFU Oct 19, 1953.  To N1523V Aug 22, 1955. Returned to US Navy Jan 1958 and converted to 
					Kaman K-16B tilt-wing experimental aircraft in Jun 1958.  WFU May 12, 1965.  Preserved in New England 
					Air Museum, Bradley, Connecticut.
				04352 (MSN 1179) w/o Dec 12, 1946 at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
				04353 (MSN 1180) w/o Mar 21, 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off Norfolk, VA
				04354 (MSN 1181) w/o Sep 12, 1949 at Greenbury Point, VA
				04355 (MSN 1182) WFU Sep 30, 1953
				04356 (MSN 1183) WFU Jul 31, 1946   
				04357 (MSN 1184) WFU May 7, 1956.  To 2751A in 1956.  To N1257A in 1976, To C-GDDJ May 28, 1998
				04358 (MSN 1185) WFU May 14, 1951.  To French Navy as 358.  WFU Dec 5, 1961
04359/04379		Goodyear ZNPK 
				Goodyear Aircraft Company K series patrol airship designated ZNP-K.  Were airships K-9 to K-29
				04359/04363	K-9/K-13	Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 416,000 cu ft K series patrol airship
				04364/04379	K-14/K-29	Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 425,000 cu ft K series patrol airship
				04364 (K-14) crashed in Gulf Of Maine Jul 2, 1944.  6 of 10 crew killed, four located and rescued.  The
					crash was offically blamed on pilot error, but there is a possibility that it was shot down by a German
					submarine.
				04371 (K-21) assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA c1945.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations. Tested to 
					determine if it could be flown acceptably through a servo control system that employed a 
					B-29 autopilot formation control stick.
				04378	 (K-28) control car preserved at the New England Air Museum, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT
04380/04389		Schweizer LNS-1
				Model SGS 2-8.  Schweizer 2-8 sailplane for the US Navy designated LNS-1
					Assigned to the US Marine Corps at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				04383 (MSN 5) noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum
				04384 (MSN 6) became N53275.  Was at National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.  
					Noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
				04385 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
04390/04395		Howard GH-1 Nightingale
				Howard DGA-15P acquired by Navy.  MSN 544/549 
				04390 (MSN 544) current as N1068W
				04393 (MSN 547) to N9011H.  Current as N5605
				04394 (MSN 548) to N68259.  Current as N28259.
04396/04398		Sikorsky JR2S-1
				contract cancelled
04399/04420		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				One to USAAF as OA-10
				04400 (VP-61) suffiered engine failure and attempted to land and seriously damaged by Russian ground
					fire in Nikolski Bay, Kommandorski Islands Jul 24, 1943.  Sank by gunfire from another PBY-5, 
					which rescued the crew.
				04402 of VP-84 crashed in Iceland, Dec 27, 1942 during
					snowstorm 15 minutes after takeoff.  8 killed.
				04403 (VP-54) missing on search from Guadalcanal 
					5/15/1943.  12 MIA.
				04404 (VP-92) missing on convoy patrol 6/8/1942 NE of
					Newfoundland.  10 MIA.
				04405 (VP-94) force landed in Brazil 6/3/1943 due to
					bad weather.  Never recovered.
				04408 (VP-42) damaged in landing accident 2/19/1942
					Aleutians.  Towed to Dutch Harbor for salvage
					by VP-41.
				04411 (VP-62) in landing accident in bad weather
					Luluk Bay, AK 5/24/1943.  8 killed.
				04414 (VP-26) hit side of Cape Korrishka, Alaska
					8/9/1942.  Pilot and 8 killed.
04421/04424		Free Balloon Lakehurst Type 2F
04425/04514		Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
				04426 (VP-101) collided with obstacle Green Island,
					South Pacific 7/1/1944.  SOC.
				04431 (VP-HDN-10) engine caught fire, force landed off
					Australia, plane drifted onto beach 1/13/1943.
					SOC.  Crew OK.
				04438 (VP-HDN-6) water-looped on landing and sank
					2/8/1943, NAS Whidbey Island.  2 killed.
				04439 (VP-43) hit mountains east of Half Moon Bay,
					CA 6/1/1942.  Pilot and 7 killed.
				04441 participated with VP-43 in rescue of crewmen from submarine USS S27 that ran aground at Amchita Island 
					in Aleutians Jun 26, 1942.  Went to A&R Seattle Nov 9, 1942.  It then went through various other units 
					including VP-101, VP-24, VPB-52, FAW-10. It was struck off charge at  Seattle as obsolete Apr 30, 1945 
					and did not see any post-war service, military or commercial. 
				04445 crashed 5/12/1943 during ferry from Oahu to NAS Alameda near Makapuu Point.  Pilot killed.
				04447 hit swell during landing Pensacola Bay, FL Jul 1, 1943, nosed over.  1 missing , 8 injured.
				04454 (VP-33) water looped Manzanillo Bay, Panama 11/6/1942.  SOC
				04459 (VP-41) missing SW of Dutch Harbor, Alaska 6/28/1942.
				04461 (VP-101) missing on patrol 3/28/1943.
				04462 damaged during landing 12/21/1943 Escambria Bay, FL.  SOC.
				04463 missing on patrol 7/14/1942 out of NAS Sand Pt, AK.  9 MIA.
				04468 (VP-34) flew into water during gunnery practice Manzanillo Bay, Canal Zone 8/20/1942.  Pilot and
					4 killed, 4 injured.
				04470 (VP-FAW-6) crashed during landing 5/1/1943 Mukilteo, WA and sank.  One missing, 4 injured.
				04473 flew into water circling merchant ship in Gulf of Mexico and exploded 11/17/1943.  8 killed.
				04474 (VP-33) hit Panama Canal tug on takeoff 8/19/1942 Coco Solo, Manzanillo Bay, Canal
					Zone.  Pilot and 7 killed, 6 killed on tug.
				04475 (VP-HDN-6) water-looped on landing NAS Whidbey Island, WA and sank 3/6/1943.  4 killed.
				04476 (VP-61) stalled on takeoff and water-looped Amlia Island, AK 9/5/1942.  Sunk by gunfire.
				04477 (VP-61) sank after bad landing Atka Island, Alaska 9/28/1942.  Never recovered.
				04482 (VP-53) force landed due to engine fire and sank 1/2/1943, Aleutians, Alaska.
				04490 (VP-61) crashed on takeoff at Kodiak, Alaska Jun 13, 1942.  1 killed.  Underwing torpedo dropped and
					ran but missed a ship and exploded between the docks.
				04492 (VPB-29) in landing accident St. Genges Channel, South Pacific 9/6/1944.  Sank
				04497 (VP-HDN-6) water-looped on landing at NAS Whidbey Island, WA 3/11/1943.  SOC.
				04501 (VP-101 FAW-17) sank on hard landing Admiralty Islands, South Pacific 8/10/1944.  Pilot killed,
					5 injured.
				04502 (VP-72) crashed to avoid hitting small boat 1/1/1943, South Pacific.  3 killed, 2 injured.
04515/04774		Brewster F3A-1 Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1 Corsair licence built UNDER LICENSEby Brewster Aeronautical Corporation.  
					Some were F3A-1D 
				04610 (VF-0TU5) collided with FG-1A 13267 and crashed 7 mi SE of
					Fernandina Nov 16, 1944, killing Royal Navy pilot.
				04612 (VF-0TU5) forcelanded in St Johns River, FL May 1, 1944,
					killing Royal Navy pilot.
				04634 crashed near Great Lakes, NC Dec 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					Aircraft landed itself relatively intact nearby.  Wreckage acquired by
					civilian user as N4634 and stored.
				04689/04774 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS469/JS554
					04691 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS471.  Bellylanded at
						field at Ballysallagh, Northern Ireland Mar 15, 1945
						following engine fire.  Taken to Shorts at Belfast
						for repair but declared beyond economical repair and SOC.
					04718 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS498.  Collided with	
						Corsair JS881 (BuNo 11145) during formation aerobatics
						and crashed into sea off Cornwall Aug 31, 1945.
						Pilot bailed out and was recovered safely.
					04724 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS504.  Returned to USN
						at unknown date but not before Feb 3, 1945.
					04727 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS507.  Struck rounddown
						of carrier (carrier not quoted but believed to be either
						HMS Premier or HMS Ravager) Jan 25, 1946 and went
						overboard into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					04739 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS519.  Failed to pull out
						of steep dive during air firing exercise and crashed
						into sea off Cornwall Mar 10, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					04768 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS548.  Recorded as having
						moved from Easthaven to Renfrew, Scotland Jan 25, 1946
						for dumping at sea
					04769 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS549.  Noted on dump at
						Gosport, England Mar 1946.
04775/04958		Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
				Model G-50
				04776 assigned to Floyd Bennett Field, NY.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Feb 23, 1943 and used for handling and stalling tests.  
					Surveyed Jun 24, 1946
				04784 (VF-9) collided with F6F-3 BuNo 04936 near Pearl Harbor Jun 30, 1943.  Both
					pilots killed.
				04850/04859 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN320/FN329
					04853 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN323.  Crashed in field
						near Garvagh, Northern Ireland Apr 22, 1945 following
						engine fire.  Pilot bailed out safely.
					04857 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN327.  Relegated to ground
						instructional airframe Apr 20, 1945, presumably
						subsequently scrapped.
				04862 (VD-) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				04888 (VF-1) collided with F6F-3 BuNo 04892 near Norfolk, VA during training Apr 14, 1943.
					Both pilots killed.
				04892 (VF-1) collided with F6F-3 BuNo 04888 near Norfolk, VA during training Apr 14, 1943.
					Both pilots killed.
				04908 (VF-5, USS Yorktown) downed W of Saipan Feb 22, 1944
				04945/04954 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN330/FN339
					04950 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN335.  Undercarriage
						collapsed while taxying at Eglinton, Northern Ireland
						Oct 29, 1943.  Taken to Shorts at Belfast for repair,
						but declared beyond economical repair and SOC.
					04953 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN338.  While flying low in
						formation, left formation and struck ground Nov 18, 1943.
						Pilot safe, but aircraft SOC.
04959/04971		Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer
				MSN 1891, 1364/1375.  Ordered as SB2D-1 but contract amended and aircraft built as BTD-1
				04959 (MSN 1363) ordered as SB2D-1 but contract amended too late for this aircraft to be built as a BTD-1.
					Not completed.
				04959 (MSN 1891) assumed the BuNo of the uncompleted SB2D-1. Located at National Warplane Museum, 
					Genesco, NY.  Noted Sep 1987 at Florence Air and Missile Museum, Florence, SC
				04962 and 04964 modified as XBTD-2 with Westinghous WE-19XA turbojet
				04968 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jul 28, 1944 to Jun 30, 1947.
					Used for icing research.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				04971 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA May 18, 1945 to Oct 31, 1947.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
04972/05045		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				04973 crashed in Brazil 11/27/1944 after midair fire.  22 killed
				04980 (VP-41) missing 8/8/42 during search in Aleutians.
				04981 full stall landing in open sea 7/16/1943, Hilo NAS Hawaii, sank.
				04983 (MSN 82) to NC74693, then became PK-CPA of KLM (Netherlands Indies), later went to Garuda
				04985 to RAF as Catalina III FP525.  Missing from antisubmarine
					patrol Sep 22, 1942.
				04986 to RAF as Catalina III FP526.  SOC Jan 24, 1945
				04987 to RAF as Catalina III FP527.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				04988 to RAF as Catalina III FP528.  SOC Aug 3, 1944
				04989 to RAF as Catalina III FP529.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				04990 (MSN 79) to RAF as Catalina III FP530.  Returned to USN
					Dec 13, 1945, then to Icelandair as TF-ISJ.  Scrapped at 
					Reykjavik, Iceland 1963
				04996 to NC1217M then PK-CPE
				05004 to RAF as Catalina III FP531. SOC Aug 3, 1944
				05005 to RAF as Catalina III FP532.  Returned to USN Dec 13, 1945
				05006 to RAF as Catalina III FP533. SOC Aug 3, 1944.
				05007 to RAF as Catalina III FP534.  Returned to USN (date unknown)
					(USCG) flipped over in landing accident Feb 23, 1945 near Elizabeth City CGAS.
					2 crewmembers were killed.
				05010 to RAF as Catalina III FP535. Missing from search mission
					Nov 5, 1942
				05012 to RAF as Catalina III FP536.  SOC Aug 3, 1944.
				05013 went missing 10/2/1943, Gulf of Mexico.  9 MIA.
				05015 (VP-53) sank after hard landing in rough seas 12/19/1943.
				05018 (VP-24) spun in during training exercise 5/18/1942.  Pilot and 8 killed.
				05021 (MSN 520, contract line number 110) to NV-18444, N18444, VP-BAR, VP-JAU, CF-HFL Nov 3, 1953, then in Atlantic 
					Canada Air Museum, Halifax, NS, Canada.
				05023 missing on navigation flight Jun 5, 1942, Gulf of Mexico.  7 MIA
				05026 (VP-12) missing 6/13/1942 on patrol.
				05027 (VP024) crashed 12/13/1942 off Mokapuu Pt, Oahu,Hawaii. 6 killed, 2 injured.
				05028 at Naval Aviation Museum, hull only.  However, this is not really 05028, rather it is a Lend-Lease 
					Catalina Mk.1B, FP216, MSN 116.
				05029 to NC68713
				05032 hit submerged reef landing at entrance to Salem USCGAS 10/22/1944.
				05038 (VP-20) sank in deep water near Copalis Beach, WA after landing 4/3/1943.
				05040 (VJ-2) hit submerged object in water on takeoff and exploded 8/19/1943.  2 killed
				05041 (VJ-14) hit coral head and sank, NAS Pearl Harbor 5/18/1945.
				05043 (VJ-2) crashed during non-combat mission 2/20/1944 due to unknown cause.  SOC.
				05044 reserialled 02967.
				05045 reserialled 02969
05046/05050		Lockheed R5O-4
				Commercial Model 18-56 Lodestars impressed by Navy before completion and finished as 7-seat staff transports.
				05046 MSN 2172.  W/o Jun 1950
				05047 MSN 2173.  To N1842M, to N142M but NTU, to N250Q.  Converted to Howard 250 May 1, 1962.  To N250GW.  Cancelled 
					Sep 10, 2012
				05048 MSN 2174.  To N1839M, to N777H, to N777T.
				05049 (MSN 2175) transferred to US Coast Guard at Elizabeth City, NC Jul 31, 1946.
				05050 (MSN 2176) stalled on takeoff from NAS Anacostia, DC 
					and crashed Beltsville, MD May 17, 1945.
05051/05072		Douglas R4D-1
				Navy equivalent of C-47
				05051 (MSN 4555) to US Navy Jul 27, 1942 - VR-3 - Alameda Apr 30,1943.  (VR-3) hit slope 
					of Fremont Peak, Flagstaff AZ Jan 21, 1943.  6 killed.
				05052 (MSN 4556) to US Marine Corps San Diego Jul 27, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253 Sep 14, 1942 - VMJ-152
					Apr 27, 1943 - VR-3 Aug 03, 1943 - MAG-35 Sep 1944 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry 
					as NC49363 (Arnold Air Service Jul 09, 1947 - Reeve Aleutian Airlines Apr 10, 1948 - 
					20th Century Fox Jan 01, 1957 - Zantop 1958), LV-GIX (Sargo A.A. Dec 1959), LQ-GIX (Dir. Gen. 
					de Instrucion y Habitacion), NLR.
				05053 (MSN 4557) to US Marine Corps Jul 24, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-152 Sep 20, 1942 - Inyokern Nov 1944 - 
					Naval Ordnance Test Apr 1945 - Inyokern Dec 1945 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as
					NC49732 (No details), cancelled
				05054 (MSN 4654) to US Marine Corps Aug 28, 1942 - MAW-1 - VMJ-152 Sep 30, 1942 - VMJ-253 Aug 02, 1943 - 
					Honolulu Jun 30, 1944 - SOC Apr 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC62001, N99U (Various
					owners/operators), CF-YQG (Ontario Central Airlines Jul 1, 1969), C-FYQG (reregistered 1980 - Nunasi 
					Central Airlines Mar 17, 1987 to Oct 09, 1996) and N51301.  Noted as such on Landings database
					Mar 2003, Owner/Reg date: not specified.
				05055 (MSN 4655) to US Marine Corps Aug 27, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 Sep 14, 1942.   (VMJ-152) ditched 
					in Tontuta Bay, New Caledonia Apr 27, 1943.  1 killed.
				05056 (MSN 4656) to US Marine Corps Aug 28, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 sep 30, 1942 - MAG-35 aug 1943 - 
					SOC jun 30, 1946
				05057 (MSN 4657) to US Marine Corps Aug 27, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 Sep 14, 1942 - VMJ-253 Nov 27, 1942 -
					MAG-32 Feb 12, 1944.  Crashed after takeoff from MCAS El Toro, CA
					Feb 14, 1944.  3 killed.  SOC Mar 15, 1944.
				05058 (MSN 4658) to US Navy Aug 28, 1942 - VR-2 - Operated by PAA Sep 01, 1942 - VR-3 Aug 1943 - 
					Ditched in lake on flight from Adak to Kodiak Oct 5, 1943.  21 rescued.  Aircraft
					repaired - VRF-3 jan44 - FAW-5 mar46 - SOC sep 30, 1946.  To Babb Co, Inc, Glendale, CA; 
					registered NC30085 to Babb 18Jul49, cancelled 29Jul49; Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-2627; 
					rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA; departed Van Nuys c13Dec49; 
					Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-2627
				05059 (MSN 4659) to US Navy Aug 28, 1942 - VR-2 - VR-3 Sep 05, 1942 - VRF-1 Jan 1944 - 
					SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as C-412 (Vias Aereas Colombianos).
					Cancelled before 1981
				05060 (MSN 4660) to US Navy Aug 29, 1942 - VR-3 - Roanoke Oct 1944 - VR-3 Jan 1945 - SOC Oct
					31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC30086 (No details), cancelled.
				05061 (MSN 4661) to US Navy Aug 27, 1942 - VR-3 - NATS Nov 15, 1943 - PCA Roanoke Oct 1944 -
					NAS Seattle Jul 1945 - SOC Aug 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC814, N114, N10 (CAA, becoming 
					FAA Dec 15, 1958), N107 (Metro Air System Inc, Louisville, KY 1972 - Air Freight Inc, 
					Louisville, KY. 1974), N102ZP (Dept of Agriculture Aug 1978), N111ST (Skytrain Inc, FL. Apr 1979 - 
					United Aircraft Services, Clear Lake, MN. Jul 23, 1980).  Crashed Pilot Point, AK. Jul 01, 1981.
				05062 (MSN 4754) to US Marine Corps Oct 03, 1942 - MAW-1 - VMJ-152 Dec 15, 1942 - PAC May 15, 1944 - MAG-35
					Aug 1944 - MarFairWest Jun 1945 - MAG-35 Aug 1945 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC36815, 
					PP-AVW (Aerovias Brasil ‘Sergipe’ dec 06, 1948 - REAL jun 1954, cancelled aug 18, 1961). 
					Sold to Argentine AF as T-19, renumbered T-39, then transfered to Comando de Regiones Aereos Jan 17, 1969 
					as LQ-JNB.  To Prov de Aeron, Formosa Oct 05, 1970.  Registration changed to LV-JNB for Formosa 
					Directorate of Civil Aviation ‘Ciudad de Formosa’ Apr 1975.  Wfu, noted stored San Justo Jul 1977 
					and Feb 1979, NLR.
				05063 (MSN 4755) to US Marine Corps Oct 06, 1942 - VMJ-153 Dec 15, 1942 - VMJ-353 Mar 18, 1943 - Quonset Pt Aug 1944 - 
					OTU VB4-3 Aug 1945 - NAAS Whiting Fld Dec 1945 - OTU VB4-4 Jan 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian 
					registry as NC1086M and to PP-YPN with REAL Nov 26, 1947, then sold to Brazilian AF as C-47-2078.  No 
					report after Nov 1973.
				05064 (MSN 4756) to US Marine Corps Oct 08, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 Dec 15, 1942 - Pearl Harbor May 08, 1944 - 
					SOC Apr 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC69010, XA-XYZ-1 (Ferry rgn), XA-GUM (Aerovias 
					Transcontinentales - Tptes Aereos Jalisco). Crashed Guadalajara Apr 28, 1954, repaired as N4673V
					(Bankers Life & Casualty Co). Then PP-ANY (TAN Jul 01, 1957 to Jul 10, 1959) and sold to
					Brazilian AF as C-47-2073.  Returned to civilian registry as PT-KVA (RICO, Jun 29, 1977 - 
					Leased to Inst. Nac. de Pesquisa de Amazona Jul 08, 1977 to Jun 08, 1978  - Various owners/operators). 
					Wfu unknown date.
				05065 (MSN 4757) to US Marine Corps Oct 05, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 Dec 15, 1942 - NAOT Jul 24, 1944 - 
					MOTE-813 Feb 1945 - FAW-5 Jul 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as HK-312 (LANSA - 
					Avianca May 01, 1954), UN-211 (UNO-Congo 1961), 6V-AAK (Air Senegal Oct 28, 1963 - Leased to Air 
					Mauritanie Jul 1965).  Wfu 1970, NLR.
				05066 (MSN 4758) to US Marine Corps Oct 09, 1942 - VMJ-153 Dec 15, 1942 - MAW-2 Feb 15, 1943 - VMJ-253 Apr 27, 1943 - 
					VH-3 Sep 13, 1944 - Jacksonville Jan 1945 - Willow Grove Apr 1945 - Jacksonville Feb 1946 - 
					Banana River Jun 1946 - ATU-VP-MS-10 Dec 1946 - Jacksonville Jul 1947 - SOC Nov 30, 1947.
				05067 (MSN 4759) to US Marine Corps Oct 09, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-153 Dec 15, 1942 - MAG-25 Jan 22, 1943 -
					VMJ-253 Jan 22, 1943 - MAG-35 Nov 1945 - SOC Jul 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC50043 (Mathieson 
					Chemical Corp). Crashed Burke Lakefront Airport, Cleveland, OH Nov 05, 1959.
				05068 (MSN 4760) to US Marine Corps Sep 29, 1942 - MCAS Quantico - Cherry Point Oct 15, 1942 - Quantico
					Aug 30, 1943 - Cherry Point Sep 15, 1943 - SOC Aug 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC4805N, 
					N38CG, N38JB (Various owners/operators), C-GLUC (St Felicien Air Service Sep 1974). 
					Ditched Jul 25, 1975 Lake Mistassini, QUE.).  Returned on USCAR as N38JB (Georgia Institute 
					Foundry Inc, GA.) but never repaired and cancelled Feb 1978.
				05069 (MSN 4761) to US Marine Corps Sep 29, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-153 Dec 15, 1942 - MAG-25 Jan 22, 1943 - PAC
					May 15, 1944 - San Diego Jan 1945 - Jacksonville Jan 1946 - SOC Jun 30, 1946.
				05070 (MSN 4762) to US Navy Oct 07, 1942 - VR-3 - VRF-3 Jan 1944 - Patuxent
					River Apr 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC2627 (Socony Vacuum Oil). Cancelled, NLR
					but sometimes reported as YV-C-AVG (See 05072).
				05071 (MSN 4763) to US Navy Oct 07, 1942 - VR-3 - VRF-1 Jan 1945 - COMNAB-10 Jun 10, 1945 - SOC
					Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as C-411 (Vias Aereas Colombianos), C-509
					(SAM Jul 1948), HK-509 (reregistered), N3933C, XC-JBC (Comis. Fed. de Electricidad Jun 29, 1951).  NLR.
				05072 (MSN 4764) to US Navy Oct 12, 1942 - VR-3 Oct 15, 1942 - VRS-1 Jul 1945 - Jacksonville Apr
					1946 - SOC Sep 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC1659M, then according to FAA record (See 05070) 
					YV-C-AVG (Avensa). Crashed Niquito Trujillo, Cerros Penos Sep 03, 1957.		
05073/05084		Douglas R4D-3
				C-53s transferred from USAAF
				05073 (MSN 4863) ex C-53 41-20093.  To US Navy Jan 29, 1942.
					Operated by American Airlines May 14, 1942.  SOC Sep 30, 1946.  To civil
					registry as NC30084, then YV-C-AVO (Avensa Mar 14, 1947).  Cancelled 1972.
					Now on display at Edwards AFB, California
				05074 (MSN 4864) ex C-53 41-20094.  To US Navy Feb 4, 1942.  SOC Jul 31, 1946.
					To civil registry as N1301 (various owners/operators).  Cancelled 1982.   
					Noted stored at Edwards AFB Fall 2003 painted as 41-20093
				05075 (MSN 4877) ex C-53 41-20107.  To US Navy Feb 21, 1942. VR-1.  Operated by American
					Airlines for NATS May 20, 1943.  CNAAT Dec 21, 1945.  VRF-3 Jan 1946 -
					VRF-1 Jun 25, 1946.  WFU Oct 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC1075M (Nationwide
					Airlines until Dec 1953 then various private owners), N60R (reregistered Apr 10, 1956, N596AR
					(RR D G Price/Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA May 1, 1997).  Currently still
					on US registry.
				05076 (MSN 4878) ex C-53 41-20108.  To US Navy Feb 23, 1942 - VR-1 Feb 27, 1942 -
					Operated by American Airlines for NRAB Dallas Apr 30,1942.  Overshot landing at Meacham Field, TX
					Jul 25, 1942.
				05077 (MSN 4893) ex C-53 41-20123.  To US Navy Mar 20, 1942.
					NATS American Mar 20, 1942 - VRF-1 Dec 1945 - FAW-5 Feb 1946 - MAW-2 Apr 1946.
					SOC Jan 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC75984. Cancelled.
				05078 (MSN 4894) ex C-53 41-20124.  VR-1 - operated by American
					Airlines Apr 15, 1942 - ... - FAW-5 Feb 1946.  SOC Aug 31, 1946.
					To civil registry as NC73726 (Continental Airlines -
					Southern Airlines Jun 1949), N70SA (Rr 1954), N763A (Jack
					Richards Aircraft Co, Oklahoma City, Nov 1967 - Rockdale
					Flying Service, Rockdale, TX Jan 23, 1968).  Registered with
					Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL since Aug 31, 1984
					and operated in Ozark Air Lines colors.
				05079 ex C-53 42-6465.  To US Navy Apr 27, 1942.  Anacostia Apr 27, 1942.  Patuxent Jul 20, 1943.  NAV Ord Test Chincoteague,
					VA Jan 1947.  SOC Jul 31, 1947.  
				05080 ex C-53 42-6466.  to USN 20Apr42. VR-1 24Apr42.  VR-7 03Apr43.  VR-3 25Aug43. American Aug44.   
					NAATC Jacksonville Jan45.  Norfolk Aug45.  OTU VSB-l Oct45.  SOC 30Nov46.  To NC1085M N44K Koppers Co, 
					Pittsburgh, PA US Dec53-Management LsgCorp, 1967-N45K reregistered Koppers CO US Inc, Baltimore, MD, Jan71 
					Summer Inst. of Linguistics Inc, Waxhaw, NC1973.  N45WT May, Uniontown, OH1975-Basler Fit Svces Inc, 
					registered 27Dec79.   XA KEQ Aero Puebla 1980
				05081 ex C-53 42-6490. To USN as R4D-3 with VR-1 20May42.  American 27Jul42.   SOC San Diego 31Jan47  
				05082 ex C-53 42-6491. To USN as R4D-3 20May42.  VR-1 25May42.  American 28Jul42.  VRS-1  Feb46  SOC 30Sep46/
					To NC39393 Delta "58"  12Feb47.  Jack Adams Aircraft Sales, bought 31Mar63.   Florida Aim Sales Inc, 
					Ft L, FL-Lauderdale Leasing Corp, Ft L, FL US 1964 K Knight, Miami, FL 
				05083 ex C-53 42-6503.  to USN with VR-2 16Jun42.  VR-1 06Jul42.  VR-7 03Apr43.  VR-3 21Aug43.  PCA Roanoke Oct44.   
					American Jan45.  VRF-1 Jan46.  SOC 31Jul46.  To NC18491.  To YV-C-AVD 26Apr48.  To HK-410 13Feb63.  WFU 1972 
				05084 ex C-53 42-6504.  To USN as R4D-3 with Project F 22Jun42.  Johnsville Jan44.  Jacksonville Dec45.   
					Ex Fit Test NAMU Jun46.  NADS Fit Dept, Johnsville  Dec47.  SOC 31Dec48. 
05085/05234		Curtiss SNC-1 Falcon
				Curtiss Model CW-22N
				05085/05100	MSN 4111/4126
				05101/05124	MSN 4131/4154
				05125/05152	MSN 4159/4186
				05153/05182	MSN 4197/4226
				05183/05193	MSN 4234/4244
				05194/05199	MSN 4255/4260
				05200/05234	MSN 7863/7897
				05095	MSN 4121 Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				05112	MSN 4142 Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				05190 w/o in taxiing accident at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Jan 12, 1943.
				05194 MSN 4255.  To N67905, then to N121E.  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				05198	MSN 4259.  Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				05203	MSN 7866.  Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				05208 MSN 7871.  To N52723
				05226	MSN 7889.  Lend-Lease to Uruguay Nov42
05235/05434		Boeing/Stearman N2S-3
				MSN 75-6409/75-6608.   Stearman Aircraft Model B75N1
				05251 (MSN 75-6425) registered as N4544N
				05277 (MSN 75-6451) to N802RB, modified with 450hp engine, flying in Red Baron pizza colors.
				05284 (MSN 75-6458) to civilian registry as N9198R then C-GZAL.
					Now owned by Dan Jones.
				05314 (MSN 75-6488) became N61210.  Registration VH-EYC reserved
					Dec 2007, taken up Dec 24, 2007
				05315 (MSN 75-6489) dove in 2 miles E of airfield Oct 14, 1943
					injuring Royal Navy pilot who later died in hospital.
				05334 (MSN 75-6508) became N67955, then EC-AID.  Registered
					G-BRHB Aug 10, 1989.
				05335 (MSN 75-6509) registered as N52586
				05338 (MSN 75-6512) registered as N65335
				05346 in midair collision Jan 10, 1945, killing Royal Navy pilot.
					Identity of other plane not known.
				05352 to Mexican civil registry as XB-LOR
				05369 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation,
					Pensacola, FL.  Was flown by future President
					George H. W. Bush on solo flights during training.
				05384 to Mexican civil registry as XB-NUH
				05386 (MSN 75-6560) was registered as N63708, cancelled Jan 14, 1977.
				05387 to Mexican civil registry as XB-BIO
				05414 (MSN 75-6588) on display at San Diego Air and Space Museum.
					Flown in 1936 by then Lt Greg "Pappy" Boyington.  Registered
					as N1301M.
05435/05526		North American SNJ-3 Texan
				05435/05472 (MSN 78-7264/7301) ex USAAF 41-16886/16923
					05443 (MSN 78-7272) to Royal Thai AF as F8-6/91
					05458 (MSN 78-7287) to NC60348.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16201.
					05461 (MSN 78-7290) to NC65428.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16204. 
					05467 (MSN 78-7296) to Royal Thai AF as F8-81/93
				05473/05526 (MSN 78-7318/7371) ex USAAF 41-16940/16993
					05475 assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL.
						Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jul 19, 1945 to Oct 1, 1948.
						Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD
					05478 (MSN 78-7323) to NC66127.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16219
					05479 (MSN 78-7324) to NC69349.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16253
					05485 (MSN 78-7330) to NC58783.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16290.
					05490 (MSN 78-7335) ex USAAF 41-16957.  To Royal Norwegian AF as
						M-BO.  To Turkish AF as 7356 Oct 4, 1955.
					05497 crashed 8 mi SE of airfield Aug 29, 1942, killing two
						Royal Navy crew.
					05492 (MSN 78-7337) to Royal Thai AF as F8-22/91.
					05500 (MSN 78-7345) ex USAAF 41-16967.  To civil registry as NC90647
					05510 (MSN 78-7355) ex USAAF 41-16977
05527/05674		North American SNJ-4 Texan
				05527/05656 MSN 88-9034/9163  (130)
					05530 (MSN 88-9037)
					05532 (MSN 88-9039)
					05535 (MSN 88-9042)
					05541 (MSN 88-9048) to CAA as NC316 and returned.
					05542 (MSN 88-9049) to Thai AF as F8-45/93
					05549 (MSN 88-9056) to CAA as NC294 and returned.  Also quoted as NC194
					05572 (MSN 88-9079) to Thai AF as F8-83/93
					05580 (MSN 88-9087) to CAA as NC268 and returned
					05584 (MSN 88-9091) to CAA as NC331 and returned
					05597 (MSN 88-9104) to CAA as NC380
					05603 (MSN 88-9110) was N9560C.  Registration was cancelled
						some time in past and aircraft noted derelict in 1993
						at Firebaugh, CA.  Appears to have been rebuilt as
						registration restored Nov 9, 2007
					05606 (MSN 88-9113)
					05608 (MSN 88-9115) to CAA as NC307 and returned
					05634 (MSN 88-9141) became N52078, then to SAAF as 7658, then
						ZS-VTE.  Registered as C-FXSA Jul 8, 2004
					05652 (MSN 88-9159) to CAA as NC388
				05657/05674 MSN 88-9314/9331	(18)
					05672 (MSN 88-9329)
					05673 (MSN 88-9330)
05675/05874		Vultee SNV-1 Valiant
				Vultee Model 54. US Navy version of the BT-13A designated SNV-1
				05785 (MSN 6257) to CAA as NC347
				05792 (MSN 6264) to CAA as NC349
				05812 (MSN 6284) to CAA as NC282
				05846 (MSN 6318) to CAA as NC279
05875/05876		Timm N2T-1 Tutor
				Timm Aircraft Corporation PT-175K variant of the S-160 developed for the US Navy designated N2T-1. The Timm 
					PT-175K was constructed using a plastic bonded plywood, known as Aeromold.  Delivered 1943
05877/06491		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40.  MSN 3925/4539
				O5877 VGS-27(VC-39) 01/24/1943 Suwanee CVE-27   Fuel 
					exhaustion,ditched; Crew rescued by USS Conway	
				05889 stalled during low-altitude turn near NAS
					Ft Lauderdale, FL Jul 26, 1943.
				05890 overside landing on Charger 3/19/1943 Chesapeake
					Bay
				05893 (VTB, OTU#1) midair during torpedo practice
					3 mi off shore of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL 
					11/23/1942.  Pilot OK, one killed.
				05919 (VC-23) crashed after takeoff from USS Princeton
					with depth charges Aug 28, 1943.  3 crew OK.
				05927 (VTB, OTU#1) stalled on landing at NAS Ft
					Lauderdale, FL.  Pilot killed
				O5934 (VTB,OTU#1) 01/02/43 Fl, Ft.Lauderdale 
					Familiarization flt; eng, force landed
				05938 (VC-18) 02/12/1943 deck crash and overside 
					Altamaha
				05940 (VC-18) stalled during night landing at Whidbey
					Island, WA and crashed into Oak Harbor 3/5/1943.  
					Pilot killed
				05954 ditched in Lake Michigan December 1943 and salvaged early 1990s. 
					In 1997 was on display at Indiana Museum of Military History, Indianapolis, IN
				O5955 VGS-27(VC-27) 10.02/10/1943 Suwanee take off 
					crashed; Crew rescued by USS Frazier
				05963 crashed off Pt. Loma, CA Jul 29, 1943.  3 killed.
				05968 (VC-1) bad catapult shot USS Card, crashed,
					5/28/1943.  Pilot killed.
				O5976 CQTU/San Diego 02/04/1943 Long Isl CVE-1 Pac; 
					Carrier landings; fuel exhaustion, ditched
				05981 (VTB, OUT #1) ditched during glide bombing
					practice 2/21/1943, Port Everglades, FL.	
				05982 (VTB, OTU#1) spun in during landing 22/21/1942
					NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL.
				05984 in midair during torpedo runs east of Port
					Everglades, FL Jun 26, 1943.
				05991 (VC-8) hit deck landing Chenango CVE-28 5/22/1943
					and went overside.  One killed.
				05994 (VJ-1) ditched Oahu, HI 4/13/1943.
				05996 loaned to Royal Navy Mar 5, 1943.  Returned to USN Sep 16, 1943
					and SOC Sep 18, 1943.
				05997 (MSN 4045) noted in restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002.
					It had been recovered in 1970 by Ed Maloney from MGM Studios.
					Reported 1988 with Yankee Air Corps, Chino, CA
				O6004 (VMSB-143 CAG-12) 30.01/30/1943 Cuba Havana Harbor 
					Field; landing acc
				06007 stalled on landing NAS Glenview, IL and burned
					4/28/1943.				
				06008 in low altitude stall near NAS Ft. Lauderdale.  
					Date??
				06011 dove in during glide bomb practice off NAS
					Ft Lauderdale, FL Jun 21, 1943.  3 killed.				
				06013 ditched during torpedo runs on "Absecon" off NAS
					Ft Lauderdale, FL Sep 10, 1943.  3 crew OK.
				06017 loaned to Royal Navy Mar 5, 1943, returned to USN Sep 24, 1943
				06020 loaned to Royal Navy Mar 23, 1943, returned to USN Mar 1944
				06035 VGS-29 (VC-29) hard landing on USS Santee 
					2/06/1943.  Stripped for parts.
				06036 (VT-27) spun in on takeoff USS Suwannee (CVE-27)
					Jun 9, 1943.
				06037 VGS-29 (VC-29) 2/06/1943 Santee CVE-29.  Crew 
					missing
				06048 (VC-9) bad catapult shot off Bogue CVE-9 2/16/1943
					and crashed.
				06051 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 26, 1942, returned to USN Jul 31, 1943.
				06052 VTB,OTU#1 02.09/02/1942 Fl,Ft.Lauderdale   Foreman 
					Fld; FCLP; hard landing
				06053 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1942, returned to USN Sep 5, 1943.
				06054 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1942.  Ditched following engine
					failure Jun 30, 1943
				06056 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1942, returned to USN Jul 31, 1943
				06064 ditched in Lake Michigan Dec 17, 1943 after engine lost power during carrier qualifications.  Pilot rescued OK.
				06068 (VC-29) overside landing Santee 3/16/1943.
				06073 suffered engine fire during ferry flight off
					Myrtle Beach, SC Aug 16, 1943.  2 crew bailed out.
				O6075 (VT-4) 01/23/1943 Ranger CV-4   Anti-sub patrol; 
					Overside landing; Pilot killed
				06081 lost on ferry flight to Saratoga Aug 11, 1943 and
					ditched
				06085 (VC-21) deck crash on Marcus Island 4/29/1943.
				06089 (VC-19) ditched off USS Croatan CVE-25 Jul 14, 
					1943 in Caribbean.  Crew rescued.  
				06090 crashed into ridge S of Sequim, WA on training flight out of NAS Seattle
					May 24, 1944.  3 killed, 1 injured.  There is a plaque at the site.
				06095 lost of ferry flight to Saratoga Aug 11, 1943 and
					ditched.
				06098 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 23, 1943, returned to USN Jul 31, 1943.
				06099 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1942, returned to USN May 1944
				06100 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1942, returned to USN Jun 1943
				06101 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 2, 1943.  Sank heavily into rounddown of
					HMS Victorious May 9, 1943, presumably w/o.
				06102 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 23, 1942.  While landing on HMS
					Victorious Jun 28, 1943, hook tore out and aircraft went
					over the side into sea.
				06103 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 2, 1943.  Collided with F4U (believed
					02311) at Pearl Harbor Apr 8, 1943.  2 crew in TBF killed.
				06104 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 3, 1943, returned to USN Mar 1943
				06105 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 23, 1942, no subsequent history in
					surviving RN records.  Returned to US Navy.  CQTU/A) damaged on ground
					by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				06106 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 3, 1943, returned to USN Apr 23, 1943
				06107 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 26, 1942, returned to USN Apr 20, 1943.
				06108 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 3, 1943, returned to USN Apr 23, 1943
				06109 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1942.  Suffered engine failure
					on takeoff from HMS Victorious Jul 2, 1943 and ditched
				06110 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 4, 1943.  While landing on HMS
					Victorious Feb 25, 1943, aircraft was pointing to port and
					caught first wire which pulled out sufficiently to allow it
					to run off edge of flightdeck and fall onto port crane,
					where it caught fire and burned out.  All three crew died
					of burns received.
				06111 loaned to Royal Navy Jan 5,1943, returned to USN Jul 31, 1943.
				06120 (VT-12) crashed during anti-sub patrol Jul 29, 
					1943.  3 killed.
				06121 (VT-27) spun in during glide bomb pullout Suwanee
					5/21/1943.  3 killed.
				06123 (CV-13) midair collision Narragansett Bay, RI 
					5/23/1943.  4 killed.
				06141 (VT-16) missing in flight from NAS Hilo to NAS 
					Ford Island Aug 20, 1943.  4 crew missing.
				06148 (VC-13) suffered mid air during join up 5/10/1943.  
					3 killed.
				06165 (VT-9) engine failure off Essex 5/31/1943.  Pilot
					bailed out.
				06166 (VT-17) off USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) right wing 
					failed at 5000 feet off Daughtery, VA.  3 killed.
				06191 (VGS-23 (VC-19)) crashed at sea during glide bomb
					practice Pt Reyes, CA 2/19/1943.  Crew missing.
				06194 (VC-20) ditched at sea 9 mi off Pt Loma, CA
					5/4/1943.
				06196 loaned to Royal Navy.  Made heavy landing on HMS Victorious
					Jul 24, 1943, presumably subsequently w/o
				06211 (CQTU/A) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
				O6217 (VT-4) 02/09/1943 Ranger.  Dove-in during 
					simulated torpedo attack; 3/killed
				06229 loaned to Royal Navy, no history in surviving RN records.
				06230 (VC-25) ditched on takeoff from Block Isl CVE-21
					4/14/1943.
				06240 (CASU-10) crashed in mountains after takeoff from
					Espritu Santo Aug 22, 1943.  2 crew killed, 3rd
					crewman picked up Sept 7, 1943.
				06245 (VT-1) ditched in takeoff from Cophee (CVE-12)
					Aug 4, 1943
				06253 (VT-4) deck crash on Ranger 3/24/1943.
				06258 (VC-24) crashed after takeoff from Belleau Wood
					CVL-24 and exploded Sep 2, 1943.  3 killed. 
				06260 (VS-24 (VC-24)) flew into water on takeoff Long Island, NY 2/25/1943
				06272 (VC-35) suffered engine failure during glide bomb practice near NAS San Diego, CA Aug 14, 1943.
					Crew bailed out ok.
				06277/06291 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN756/FN770
					06279 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN758.  Relegated to ground
						instructional airframe Aug 1945, presumably subsequently
						scrapped.
					06282 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN761.  Ran out of fuel while
						flying low over sea Feb 25, 1943 and ditched and sank
						in Buzzard Bay.  Both crew rescued.
					06283 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN762.  Ditched Aug 16, 1943,
						pilot rescued
				06293 crashed after takeoff from NAS Jacksonville, FL Aug 12, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				06295 ditched during torpedo runs near Port Everglades FL Aug 28, 1943.  Crew OK.
				06303 (VT-4) in overside landing during night carrier landing practice Jun 24, 1943.
				06307 modified to TBF-1P photo recon aircraft with cameras in the bomb bay.
				06309 (VC-29) crashed on takeoff from NAS Norfolk, VA 5/15/1943.
				06320 spun in after takeoff NW of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL Aug 5, 1943.  2 killed.
				06323 (VTB, OTU#1) spun in on landing at Ft Lauderdale, FL 2/26/1943.
				06325 wreckage located on western flank fo Mauna Loa, Hawaii.  This may be the plane that crashed on flight
					from NAS Hilo to NAS Ford Island Aug 20, 1943.
				06327 ditched due to fuel exhaustion during glide bomb
					practice off NAS Ft. Lauderdale, FL Jul 30, 1943.
				06333 ended up lying over flight deck onto catwalk on US Coral Sea Oct 14, 1943. Reconditioned and 
					transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL432
				06350 (VMTB-233) ditched at sea Sep 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				06352 (VMTB-233) spun in during dive pullout Jun 9, 1943.  4 killed.
				06361 (VC-29) ditched on takeoff from USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) Aug 4, 1943.  Crew ok.
				06367 (VT-5) overside landing 5/21/1943, Yorktown.
				06375 (VT-16) crew bailed out due to bad weather in 
					flight from NAS Hilo to NAS Ford Island Aug 20, 1943.  This may actually be 06325
					I also have this one as having ditched off
					Belleau Wood CVL-24 in Chesapeake Bay during a
					torpedo drill 5/25/1943.
				06385 (VC-1) ditched off CVE-11 Card Aug 9, 1943 due to engine failure.
				06387/06401 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN771/FN785
					06388 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN772.  Flew into Black Loch
						Hill near Campbeltown, Scotland in bad visibility
						Jul 4, 1944.  Both crew killed.
					06389 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN773.  Flew into ice on lake
						while low flying Mar 24, 1944, location unknown.
						Pilot (sole occupant?) survived butaircraft listed as
						total loss.
				06414 (VT-18) missing during torpedo training Sep 4, 
					1943, Monterey Bay, CA.  Four crew missing.
				06417 (VC-33) in midair collision 5/13/1943 Pt. Reyes,
					CA.  4 killed.
				06427 crashed west of San Diego 3/14/1943.  2 killed.
				06439 ditched off NAS Ft Lauderdale during glide bomb
					practice Jun 1, 1943.
				06444  Ft.Lauderdale,Fl;26-Jun-43; Ditched during 
					gunnery practice; 1mi.S, Seabouy, Port Everglades
				06446 (VTB, OTU#1) midair collision 3/23/1943 near
					North Perry Field, FL.  Crew bailed out.
				06453 loaned to Royal Navy, no history in surviving RN records.
				06457 lost and ditched in ferry flight to Saratoga
					Aug 11, 1943
				06466 NAS Ft.Lauderdale,Fl;26-Jun-43;Mid-air during 
					torpedo runs 3mi.E.Port Everglades; 3/killed
				06468 overside landing off Lexington, Gulf of Paria
					5/24/1943.  One killed.
				06476 (VC-19) missing during night glide bombing
					practice off San Diego 5/20/1943.
				06480 lost 4/17/1943.  2 crewmen died from exhaustion
					and overexposure.
				06481 (VMTB-232) ditched off Russell Island Oct 10, 1943 while 
					returning from bombing mission.  Crew OK.
				06484 force-landed near Lakewood, NJ Sep 2, 1943 due to
					fuel exhaustion.
				06485 (VT-7) Nas Puunene,Maui,Hi;26-Jun-43;Crash landing
06492/06701		Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless
				06492/06545	MSN 1229/1282
				06546/06590	MSN 1314/1358
				06591/06618	MSN 1376/1403
				06619/06701	MSN 1434/1516
				06508 ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 23, 1943 and salvaged early 1990s.  Now at National 
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Loaned in 2009 by NMNA to National World
					War II Museum, New Orleans.
				06545 (MSN 1282) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ220. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5016.   Brought on charge Nov 13, 1943.  To instructional 
					airframe INST110 with the Instrument School at Hobsonville in 1944.  SOC Mar 1948.
				06552	(VGS-26) on USS Sangamon. Crashed Oct 13, 1942 when stalled and ditched off Bermuda.
				06555	(VGS-29) on USS Santee. Crashed into sea off Bermuda Oct 21, 1942
				06583 first assigned to VBSB-132, then to VMSB-142, then to VMSB-243, and to VMSB-232.  To Training
					Command at NAS Glenview, IL Oct 1943.  Ditched in Lake Michigan Oct 30, 1943 and recovered Jun 1991.
					restored early 1990s.  Was on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL, but noted
					Feb 2005 at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.  In Apr 21005 to Marine Corps Museum at
					Quantico.
				06589 (VB-11) collided with P-40 ET424 (41-25100) of Royal New Zealand AF over Nandi Bay,
					Fiji Mar 25, 1943.  All 3 crew killed.
				06619 (MSN 1434) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ222. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5018. May never have been flown by RNZAF due to deteriorated 
					condition when received. To instructional airframe INST 92 at Seagrove on Feb 2, 1944. Later transferred 
					to Woodbourne where it remained until about 1951. Probably sold for scrap in the Nelson region at about that time.
				06624 (MSN 1439) ditched in Lake Michigan Sep 19, 1943 and salvaged early 1990s.  Under restoration by Air Zoo of
					Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History
					Museum, MI
				06626 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  Now at National Museum 
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL for use as spare parts source.
				06630 crashed near Apache Pass in Chiricahua Mountains 90 mi E of Tucson, AZ Sep 10, 1942 while on ferry
					flight from San Diego, CA to Norfolk, VA.  Pilot killed.
				06649 (MSN 1464) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ219. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5015.  Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944,
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				06651 (MSN 1466) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ205. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5001. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				06652 (MSN 1467) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ206. Transferred to 
					NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5002. Brought on charge Oct 26, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				06654 (MSN 1469, VB-10) w/o in wheels-up landing 10/11/42 at
					Oahu, HI.  Bomb exploded, crew killed.
				06658 (MSN 1473) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ214. Transferred to NZ 
					ownership late 1943 with permanent serial NZ5010. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, 
					SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				06667 (VMSB-142) engine failed and crashed into mouth of Metapona River near Koli Point, Guadalcanal, Solomons 
					Dec 16, 1942.  2 killed.  The Koli Point airfield was renamed in the pilot's honour to Carney Field.
				06694 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  In 
					1997 was under restoration for USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, TX.
				06697 (MSN 1512, VGS-28) force landed in Caribbean Sea and sank NNW of Puerto Rico due to engine failure Dec 21, 1942.
					Both crew rescued by USS Chevalier
				06700 (MSN 1515, VC-28) crashed into wea on takeoff 70 mi WSW of San Christobal, Solomons Apr 8, 1943.
					Both crew rescued by USS Cony
				06701 (MSN 1516, VGS-28) force landed and exploded due to the depth charges 200 mi NNE of Panama Dec 23, 1942.
					Both crew killed.
06702/06991		Douglas SBD-4 Dauntless
				06702/06806	MSN 1547/1651
				06807/06926	MSN 1682/1801
				06927/06970	MSN 1832/1875
				06971/06985	MSN 2221/2235
				06986/06991	MSN 2241/2246
				06740 (MSN 1585) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5033 by 25 Squadron 
					at Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943.   Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early 
					March 1944.
				06744 (MSN 1589) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5030 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943.   Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06763 (MSN 1608) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5035 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943. Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06766 (MSN 1611) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5034 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943.  Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06789 (MSN 1634) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5044 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Jan 26, 1944. Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06799 lost over Bougainville Jan 27, 1944.  2 killed.
				06815 (MSN 1690) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5036 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943.  Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06833 ditched in Lake Michigan after takeoff from USS
					Sable Sep 16, 1944.  Pilot OK.  Recovered and now at National Museum of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				06841 spun-in on waveoff from USS Sable 8/18/1944
				06900 ditched in Lake Michigan Sep 3, 1944 after waveoff from USS Sable.  Pilot OK.  Salvaged from Lake 
					Michigan in 1993.  Loaned to San Diego Air and Space Museum in 1994 and underwent
					extensive restoration.  Now on display in markings of VB 16.
				06912 flew into ship at Seddley Harbor, Admiralty Islands 2/25/1945.  2 crew killed.
				06931 (MSN 1836) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5039 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 26, 1943.  Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06952 (MSN 1857) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5028  by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943.  Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06953 (MSN 1858) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5037 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 26, 1943.  (25 Sqdn) went missing on a radio range familiarization flight near Espiritu
					Santo, New Hebrides Feb 11, 1944.  Both crew killed.  Wreckage discovered in 1987.   Wreckage now on 
					display at RNZAF Museum, Wigram in "as found" condition.
				06961 (MSN 1866) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5041 by 25 Squadron at 
					Espiritu Santo Dec 30, 1943. Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				06962 (VMSB-132) crashlanded Jun 12, 1943 on Cape Cumberlqnd
06992/06999		Douglas R4D-3 
				C-53s transferred from USAAF.
				06992 (MSN 7408) ex USAAF 42-15891.  To US Navy Aug 17, 1942.  To NC1093M P A Mann, Miami. FL CF-EII 
					Queen Charlotte A/L Feb 26, 1953 - By 1956 was CF-EPI of Pacific
					Western Airlines.  Crashed 23 Jun23, 1957 Pt Hardy Apt, BC and DBF.
				06993 (MSN 7409) ex USAAF 42-15892.  To US Navy Aug 16, 1942.  To NC33371 Pan American - no longer registered
				06994 (MSN 7411) ex USAAF 42-15894.  To US Navy Aug 28, 1942.  WFU Jul 1943.
				06995 (MSN 7339) ex USAAF 42-15544.  To US Navy Aug 28, 1942.  To  Westland A/L Inc-- Pan American = XA-GEV CMA 
					Apr 4, 1952.  To Aerovias RoJas SA.  Crashed Apr 1, 1968, Villa del Carbon, 38 mi NW of Mexico City.
				06996 (MSN 7350) ex USAAF 42-15555.  To US Navy Sep 10, 1942.  To NC96569 with Hawaiian Airlines, later N95469.  WFU Sep 6 1966.
					To Aircraft Unlimited Inc, MI Sep 30, 1968.  To Aero Leasing, Hart, MI Aug 1969.  Cancelled 1971.
				06997 (MSN 7351) ex USAAF 42-15556.  To US Navy Sep 11, 1942.  To NC95453 with Mid-Continent "363", later N95453.  
					To Braniff Airways Aug 15, 1952.  Fastwav Air Taxi Co, Long Beach, CA Aug 21, 1958, Lampert 1962 - Mercer Enterprises Inc,
					Burbank, CA (1965).   Cancelled in 1965.
				06998 (MSN 4969) ex C-53C USAAF 43-2025.  To US Navy with VR-3 Nov 30, 1942.  BAR655 Ina Douglas 29Dec42 "Suzie Q" 
					Feb43 PAC 12Dec43 COM 7th FIt Jan45 Naval Forces N Guinea 31Aug45  SOC 30Sep46.  To VH-AKG NSW State Govt, 
					Police Dept, registered 04Feb47 not used and wtu 03Mar48.  Australian National Airlines  "Gwingana" 
					registered 08Sep49.  Reregistered VH-INN 23Sep49 Aviation Sales, bought 28Sep53.   FOAPC
					Aigle Azur, registered 26Oct53.  Destroyed 04Mar54, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam  
				06999 (MSN 4970) ex C-53C USAAF 43-2026.  Was NC34951 not delivered to PAA. To US Navy 05Nov42. To VR-2 23Nov42 
					PAA, Seattle 29Mar43  ATSIPAA 20May43   CQ TU Glenview Nov44  SOC 31Dec44  To NC33370 PAA bought 02Dec44. 
					Robinson bought 13Aug48.  Mohawk "Alc Cayuga" 22Aug52.   N410D reregistered 1958 Houston Aviation 
					Products, bought 26Oct62. Bought by Jack Adams Aircraft Sales 31Aug63.  Ted Cooper Assocs, Addison, TX 
					US 1963 Snow Valley Skilines, bought 28Sep63.  Graubert Avn Inc, 30Jan64.  F D Hansen, tla Hansen Air 
					Activities, Morris, IL bought 20Feb64. Bought by Midco Leasing Inc 06Mar64.  Leased to Snow Valley 
					Skilines 1964.  Crashed 09Mar64 Chicago, O'Hare. 
07000/07003		Douglas R4D-4 
				DC-3As taken over by US Navy from Pan Am
				07000 (MSN 4962) ex NC34951 to US Navy Anacostia Jan 07, 1943 - NOPG - Quonset
					Point Jan 26, 1947 - SOC Jul 30, 1947.   To civilian registry as NC1200M Delta 
					Air Lines ‘60’ Oct 19, 1947 to Feb 28, 1963 -  Florida Aim Sales, bought 28Feb63 
					Colonial Air Lease Inc, W Palm Beach, FL US Jun63.   Lauderdale Leasing Corp, FtL, FL US.
					K Childs,  Madison Heights, MI US Dec66. Aircraft Acceptance Corp, Columbus,OH US, Sep67.
					K Childs Dec68.  Cancelled 1970
				07001 (MSN 6345) ex NC34952 to US Navy Dec 28, 1942 - NAS Pensacola Dec 30, 1942 - 
					NAIT Corry Field Nov 15, 1943 - CNAT Pensacola May 1944 - SOC Apr 30, 1948.
				07002 (MSN 6348) ex NC34955 to US Navy Dec 28, 1942 - NAS San Diego Jan 02, 1943 - SOC Jan 31, 1948
				07003 (MSN 6349) ex NC34956 to US Navy Dec 29, 1942 - Quonset Point Jan 04, 1943 - Pearl Harbor Feb 20, 1943 - 
					VR-3 Oct 05, 1944 - VR-5 Jan 1945 - VR-4 Feb 1945 - VR-8 Dec 1945 - VR-4 Jun 1946 - 
					Cherry Point Aug 1948 - SOC Mar 31, 1956.  To civilian registry as N2087A (Air 
					Carrier Service) and JA-5040 (C Itoh & Co Jun 26, 1956.  Lsd to Far East Air Lines ‘Satsuma’,
					then to All Nippon Jul 07, 1958.  Crashed Sendai May 10, 1963.
07004			Grumman JRF-1
				Model G.21A MSN 1011 impressed by US Navy Dec 1941.  Was ex-NC1294.  WFU Jul 22, 1942
07005/08004		Boeing/Stearman N2S-3
				MSN 75-6609/75-7608.  Stearman Aircraft Model B75N1
				07014 (MSN 75-6618) was registered as N68491, now registered as N450MF
				07080 (MSN 75-6684). Became VH-LSJ
				07122 (MSN 75-6726) to civil registry as NC39177. Damaged in a ground collision with L-4B 43-564 of 
					the Little Rock CAP on Nov 25, 1947 at Adams Field, AR. This aircraft registration cancelled May 20, 1976. 
				07150 (MSN 75-6754) registered as N9914H 
				07151 (MSN 75-6755) w/o Jan 13, 1944 Grossile, MI. Plane struck
					trees and dove into canal.  Royal Navy pilot killed.
				07153 (MSN 75-6757) registered as N62438
				07157 (MSN 75-6761) spun in May 21, 1942, injuring both Royal Navy pilots, both died in hospital the next day.
				07170 (MSN 75-6774) To N66416, cancelled Nov 3, 1981, and then exported to Colombia as HK-3889X then HK-2653P 
				07171 (MSN 75-6775) to Mexican civil registry as XB-VOW
				07177 (MSN 75-6781) registered as N64070, then registered N450GC.  Crashed Jul 2, 1997
				07178 (MSN 75-6782) flying in Switzerland under US civil registry of N1222N
				07190 (MSN 75-6794) registered as N64603.  On display at National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.
				07197 (MSN 75-6801) registered as N9039H while marked as NC9039H.
				07203 (MSN 75-6807) was N1226V, now registered as F-AZXD
				07207 (MSN 75-6811) to civil registry as N64604
				07217 (MSN 75-6821) became N9501H
				07222 (MSN 75-6826) registered as N66417
				07224 (MSN 75-6828) to civil registry as N64037 
				07244 (MSN 75-6848) registered as N6848
				07266 (MSN 75-6870) to Mexican civil registry as XB-MEW
				07277 (MSN 75-6881) on civil registry as N133R.
				07318 (MSN 75-6922) on civil registry as N97X with Aerospace Trust Management, painted with fake serial 40-107318
				07342 (MSN 75-6946) to Mexican civil registry as XB-VEI
				07356 (MSN 75-6960) registered as N62897
				07362 (MSN 75-6966) registered as N65693
				07369 (MSN 75-6973) was registered N66415.  Crashed and destroyed by fire Jun 16, 1965 while dusting crops.
				07387 (MSN 75-6991) was registered as N66414, expired Sep 30, 2013.
				07414 to Mexican civil registry as XB-PUN
				07423 (MSN 75-7027) to N60839 and cancelled Dec 15, 2014.  Current as PH-TOX
				07432 (MSN 75-7036) to civil registry as N4581N
				07456 to Mexican civil registry as XB-QUX
				07469 (MSN 75-7073) became N64386, reported sold to owner in
					Germany Sep 2005.  Has now been registered as D-ERAX
				07481 (MSN 75-7085) on display at MCAS Quantico, VA.  Seen Sep 2006
					at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA.
				07504 (MSN 75-7108) registered as N63712.
				07510 (MSN 75-7114) to civil registry as N5431N
				07517 (MSN 75-7121) was registered N36991, cancelle Aug 19, 2013.  To Army Aviation Museum 1993.
				07524 (MSN 75-7128) became N59085, then SE-BOG.
				07539 (MSN 75-7143) on civil registry as N63590.  Noted at Brentwood,
					England Nov 2005 painted as 07539.
				07552 (MSN 75-7156) registered as N64648
				07567 (MSN 75-7171) was registered N9826H, now N55969
				07574 to Mexican civil registry as XB-MOJ
				07609 (MSN 75-7213) registered as N9912H
				07636 (MSN 75-7240) to Coast Guard 10/19/1946.  SOC 1/28/1947
				07642 (MSN 75-7246) was registered N75521, now OB-LEZ-393
				07671 (MSN 75-7275) became N52093, then to Mexican civil registry as XB-RIY.
					Used by AeroSuperBatics Ltd in UK as a static display airframe to promote
					its wing-walking displays.  Last noted in 2004 painted for sponsor
					Utterly Butterly (a dairy spread).  
				07684 (MSN 75-7288) to Coast Guard 10/24/1946.  SOC 1/19/1947
				07761 (MSN 75-7365) registered as N67823.
				07766 (MSN 75-7370) became N1206N, cancelled Jun 15, 1950.
				07774 (MSN 75-7378) was registered N4GA, now N450E
				07782 (MSN 75-7386) to Coast Guard 11/12/1946.  SOC 1/30/1947
				07787 (MSN 75-7391) to N68270, then to Mexican civil registry as XB-PIF 
				07805 to Mexican civil registry as XB-HET
				07808 to Mexican civil registry as XB-HAT
				07850 (MSN 75-7454) to Coast Guard 10/24/1946.  SOC 1/27/1947
				07854 (MSN 75-7458) to Mexican civil registry as XB-WUG
				07873 (MSN 75-7477) registered as N9923H
				07876 (MSN 75-7480) to Mexican civil registry as XB-VAG
				07908 (MSN 75-7512) registered as N4634C
				07918 (MSN 75-7522) to Mexican civil registry as XB-BOQ
				07919 (MSN 75-7523) to Coast Guard 3/11/1946.  SOC 1/26/1947
				07923 (MSN 75-7527) to Coast Guard 10/22/1946.  SOC 1/26/1947
				07936 (MSN 75-7540)
				07944 (MSN 75-7548) was registered N181RS, now registered as N105RE
				07977 (MSN 75-7581) registered as N556DM
				07981 (MSN 75-7585) to Coast Guard 10/21/1946.  SOC 1/28/1947.
				07983 (MSn 75-7587) to civil registry as N63583
				07994 (MSN 75-7598) became N86994, then G-ELAN Jan 25, 1989.  Registration cancelled Feb 13, 1992
					on sale to owner in USA.
				07999 (MSN 75-7603) to Mexican civil registry as XB-GUR
				08001 (MSN 75-7605) to Coast Guard 7/31/1946, but only on paper.  Plane
					remained in Navy custody.  Restored to USN 9/30/1946.
08005			Douglas R3D-3
				MSN 411. Privately-owned DC-5 prototype NC21701 acquired by Navy Feb 2, 1942.  Was DC-5 prototype,
					first flight Feb 20, 1939 and registered NX21701.  Reregistered NC21701 and named "Rover".   Stricken from
					inventory Jun 30, 1946 at Naval Aeronautical Laboratory
08006/08028		Howard GH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15 MSN 553/575 acquired by Navy
				08012 (MSN 559) current as N52947 with Museum of Flight Foundation, Seattle, Washington
				08013 (MSN 560) current as N67722
				08014 (MSN 561) to N58834, to F-COGL, cancelled on export to USA Apr 21, 1993.  Current as N912BW
				08015 (MSN 562) current as N67478
				08016 (MSN 563) current as N67433
				08018 (MSN 565) current as N91093.
				08019 (MSN 566) registration as N67600 revoked.
				08025 (MSN 572) to N1064M.  Current as N2341J
08029			Howard GH-2 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA acquired by Navy
08030/08123		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				12 to USAAF as OA-10
				12 to RAF as Catalina III (FP525/536)
				08030 sank Japanese troop transport near Tassafaronga Point, Guadalcanal Oct 15, 1942.  Sunk 5/19/1945 
					offshore of Chesapeake Bay 4 mi NE of Oceanview Amusement Park
				08032 (MSN 851) to NC49692, then F-BDRN of TRAPAS (Transports Aeriens 
					du Pacifique Sud) to CAT (Air Asia) as B-819. In December 1957 the Chinese 
					Civil Aviation Administration requested to use the aircraft for search and 
					rescue purposes. In April 1958, it flew for the PERMESTA rebels against 
					Sukarno on Sulawesi, Indonesia, as part of the AUREV (Revolutionary Air 
					Force). It was destroyed at Mapanget Airfield, Manada, Sulawesi, Indonesia by 
					AURI B-25s and P-51s on May 13, 1958
				08033 (VP-71) engine caught fire on takeoff Canton Island, South Pacific 2/12/1943 and sank.  SOC.
				08034 crashed 11/18/1943, South Pacific, non-combat mission.
				08038 crashed 11/18/1943, South Pacific, non-combat mission.
				08043 (VP-31) crashed 1/17/1943 on takeoff Elizabeth City, NC.  4 killed, 4 injured.
				08044 (VP-FAW-11) crash landed on flight from San Juan Puerto Rico to Guantanamo Bay 4/6/1944 due to 
					Fuel exhaustion.  15 missing, one dead, 14 rescued.
				08047 (VP-73) suffered engine fire on takeoff, spun in and burned 10/1/1943 Agadir, French Morocco.
					8 killed.
				08048 (MSN 864) became PK-CPB of KLM (Netherlands Indies), later went to Garuda
				08051 (VP-54) engine fell off during mid-air fire and pilot landed OK 7/17/1943 Solomons, South
					Pacific.  SOC.				
				08054 (VP-31) hit iceberg off Narsarssuak, Greenland during taxiing 3/9/1943.  SOC.
				08055 crashed into Mount Moffett near Adak, Alaska Jul 18, 1943.  7 killed.
					This plane did not go to USCG as V-189--this was PBY-5 BuNo 2290
				08060 (MSN 879) to CF-HTO of Maritime Central Airlines, Acquired by 
					CAT in November 1958, delivered from California as B-831. Now Air Asia as of 
					March 1959. Major overhaul May 1964, put into long term storage at Tainan in 
					April 1966. August 22, 1967 authorized for sale. April 25, 1968 scrapped and 
					de-registered of its nationality markings
				08063 (MSN 882) to NC41364, then to KLM (Netherlands Indies) as PK-CPC, later went to Garuda.
				08064 (MSN 883) to Defense Supplies Corp and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp as 
					NC33300 Sep 7, 1944, cancelled Nov 23, 1948.  Chartered to Pan American Airways and leased to 
					Panair do Brasil for carriage of rubber latex.  Subsequently PP-AGU, PT-ANU, PP-BTD and PT-BGB.  W/o Feb 21, 1961
				08068 to civil registry as N6470C
				08069 (MSN 888) to civil registry as N1562M.  It is possible that this plane was originally intended to be
					ZP-CBC/T-33 but because of the crash of BuNo 34054 which was originally intended to go to Paraguay
					as ZP-CBB/T-31 the FAP took delivery of only two Catalinas rather than three and the registration
					ZP-CBC was allocated to a Taylorcraft 20.  It is also possible that the replacemdent was BuNo 08069.
				08070 (VP-54) crashed at sea due to bad weather 11/7/1943.  8 MIA.
				08078 (VP-54) force landed at sea and sank 6/5/1943.
				08087 (MSN 906) to Defense Supplies Corp as NC33301 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  
					Modified as cargo carrier.  Leased to Faucett to support the work of RDC in Peruvian Amazonia.  Registered OB-FAA-344 to
					Faucett Mar 16, 1943 and reregistred OB-OAA-134 Nov 22, 1944.  Returned to RDC in Jul 1946.  Aircraft remained in
					Peru and in Aug 1946 were sold to the government and incorporated into the CAP as 422.
				08088 (MSN 907) to Defense Supplies Corp as NC33302.  Modified as cargo carrier.  Transferred to Rubber Development
					Corp and leased to Faucett to support the work of RDC in Peruvian Amazonia.  Registered OB-FAA-345 to
					Faucett Mar 16, 1943 and reregistred OB-OAA-135 Nov 22, 1944.  Returned to RDC in Jul 1946.  Aircraft remained in
					Peru and in Aug 1946 were sold to the governnnent and incorporated into the CAP as 423.
				08092 exploded in midair 8 mi off Pt Loma 12/3/1942. 9 MIA.
				08093 crashed 1/28/1945 on flight over Greece.  During low-level following of railroad tracks, hit
					telegraph wires and crashed.  2 killed.
				08097 (VP-31) missing on patrol 1/3/1943 from NAS Quonset Pt. RI.  Air-Britain
					chat site has this plane going to Societe Francaise de Transportes
					Aeriens du Pacific Sud as F-BCJG and was destroyed Mar 1948 when
					hangar collapsed during cyclone.
				08100 (VP-63) in landing accident 12/31/1942 Hecata Head, OR.  8 killed.
				08101 (MSN 920) in 1966 to civil registry as N5588V.  W/o Feb 6, 1975 enroute
					from Las Vegas to El Paso when crashed in desert near Wickieup, AZ
					and burned after both engines malfunctioned.  3 crew killed.
				08104 (Hedron 9.2 (Headquarters Squatron)) SOC after landing accident at sea Mar 9, 1944 in North Atlantic.  Port
					engine failed and landed rough at sea, hull breached and sank in 30 minutes.  Crew rescued after 24 hours
					at sea.   
				08109 (MSN 928) to Royal Danish AF Sep 19, 1951 as 82-857, code changed in 1960 to L-857.  Ws in RDAF Museum
					Collection at Vaerlose AB 1979-1989.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola, Norway
				08113 force landed Amlia Island, AK and hit reef 10/18/1943.  SOC.
				08114 (MSN 933) to F-BCJH with Societe Francaise de Transportes Aeriens du
					Pacific Sud.  Then B-1043 of Foshing Air Transport. 
					Acquired by CAT July 1952 for $39,000, May 1955 to Air Asia as B-825. In 
					December 1957 the Chinese Civil Aviation Administration requested to use the 
					aircraft for search and rescue purposes. May 1958 it was used as a 
					replacement aircraft for the destroyed B-819 (BUNO 08032) to support 
					the PERMESTA rebels against Sukarno on Sulawesi, Indonesia, as part of the 
					AUREV (Revolutionary Air Force).  Returned from Menado, Sulawesi to 
					the Philippines on June 21, 1958. Overhauled Tainan April 1, 1964 through 
					July 7, 1964. February 28, 1965 struck a sunken unmarked object off 
					Taiwan, repaired then based at Taipei. May 15, 1966 the nose wheel collapsed 
					on takeoff from Taipei. Repaired eventually in storage at Tainan May 1968 
					through March 31, 1972. No longer on the records November 30, 1972
				08117 to RAF as JX570
				08118 crashed on landing Summer Bay, Alaska 11/26/1943. 3 killed 8 injured.
				08120 (MSN 941) to USAAF as 42-109020
08124/08549		Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
				08124	MSN 91	To Defense Services Corp 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
					configuration. Registered to RDC 7Sep44 as NC33303, canx 17Jul47. 
				08125	MSN 92	To Defense Services Corp 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
					configuration. Registered to RDC 7Sep44 as NC33304, cancelled on export to Iceland 5Oct44. 
				08126	MSN 93	To Defense Services Corp 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
					configuration. Registered to RDC 7Sep44 as NC33305, cancelled on export to Brazil 13Feb45.  
					Chartered to Pan American Airways and leased to subsidiary Panair do Brasil for the carriage of rubber latex. 
				08127	MSN 163	To Defense Service Corp SC 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
					configuration.  Registered to DSC 21Jan43 as NC33307, canx 1Sep44. 
				08135 (VP-54) missing on flight from NAS Kaneohe 12/17/1942.  7 MIA.
				08136 (VP-44) sank in shallow water after forced landing Flordia Island, South Pacific 3/24/1943.  
					Recovered and SOC.
				08137 (VP-34) MIA during attack on Kaoe Bay, northern
					Halmaheras, South Pacific 7/24/1944.  3 crew MIA.
				08138 (VPB-33) lost in landing accident in rough seas
					Dutch New Guinea 12/5/1944.  Sank in 10 minutes.
				08140 (VPB-2) crashed in landing 8/8/1944, Saipan, South Pacific, sank. 
				08143 (VPB-29) SOC 10/7/1944 in South Pacific due to mechanical failure during combat mission.
				08150 (MSN 1044) to RAAF as A24-34.  To Sqd. 20, Apr 20, 1943 coded RB-T then Jun 11, 1943 F-JH, to Sqd 11 Oct 6, 1943.
					Lost Feb. 7, 1944, when it landed on fire near the south coast of New Britain. A flare in the aircraft 
					had been ignited prematurely and the pilot was forced to land the burning PBYs as rapidly as possible. 
					Sadly, the plane landed in Japanese held territory in Jacquinot Bay, with the crew members making it to 
					shore in the vicinity of Malakua.. Of the ten men in the crew, five would die as POWs at Rabaul, one 
					would survive as a POW in Japan, and four others would have the good fortune to evade capture. 
				08153 (MSN 1047) to RAAF as A24-31.  Sold to Australair Ltd in 1947
				08156 (MSN 1050) to RAAF as A24-32.  Crashed in open sea rescue attempt 5/2/1944.
				08158 (VP-63) hid large submerged object on landing
					in San Francisco Bay and sank 2/14/1943.  3 killed, 3 injured.
				08159 (MSN 1053) to RAAF as A24-33.   To Sqd 20 coded RB-S Oct 25, 1943. 19 Feb 1944 A24-33 was preparing to alight at Cairns 
					after a test flight when it was hit by RAAF PBY-5 Catalina A24-38 (original Serial No. BUNO 08203) which was 
					taxiing at the time. The port float on A24-33 was torn off and left wedged in the main plane of A24-38. 
					Again damaged Jun 28, 1945.
				08161 (MSN 1055) to RAAF as A24-35.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways 11/10/1947. 
				08162 crashed during night landing practice to avoid
					collision with carrier NAS Alameda, CA. 
					10/24/1943.  4 killed, 3 injured.
				08163 (VP-81) stalled on takeoff, crashed and burned 
					2/25/1943, NAS San Diego.  5 killed, 6 injured.
				08165 (MSN 1059) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 01, later FAB 6500, redesignated P-10 in 1945.
					Discharged in 1954
				08166 (MSN 1060) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 02, later FAB 6501.   Sank U-199 from 
					Galeao Air Base Jul 31, 1943.  Redesignated B-10 in 1945.  Discharged 1948 
				08169 (VP-HDN-14) hit taxiing PBY while landing
					NAS San Diego 10/22/1943.  Pilot killed, plane SOC.
				08172 (VP-63) crashed in night takeoff NAS Port Lyautey,
					French Morocco 1/9/1944.  7 killed, one injured.
				08174 (VP-63) force landed at sea 9 miles from Craw
					Field, French Morocco due to fuel exhaustion
					and sank 7/22/1944.
				08175 (VP-63) crash-landed Wickford Harbor 5/30/1943.
					SOC.
				08177 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX570.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08181 (VPB-1) made hard landing 3/16/1943 NAS
					Jacksonville, FL and sank with 4 depth charges.
					Never recovered.
				08185 (MSN 1079) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 03, later FAB 6502.  Redesignated P-10
					in 1945.  Discharged in 1948
				08186 (MSN 1080) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 04, later FAB 6503.  Redesignated P-10
					in 1945.  Discharged in 1958
				08190 (MSN 1084) to RAAF as A24-36.  Converted to ground
					instructional aircraft 5/5/1943.
				08200 (MSN 1094) to RAAF as A24-37.  Sold to ANA 10/15/1946.
				08201 (MSN 1095) to RAAF as A24-40.  Sold to ANA 10/15/1946.
				08202 (MSN 1096) to RAAF as A24-43.  Crashed into a ridge Jun 26, 1943, Bougainville.
					9 people on board, 3 killed in crash, 4 killed by Japanese troops, 2 returned by
					submarine.
				08203 (MSN 1097) to RAAF as A24-38.  Damaged 3/20/1944.
				08204 (VT-4) flipped over on landing Santa Rosa Island
					1/22/1947.  Pilot killed, 4 injured.  I also have this one going
					to RAAF as A24-41 and having crashed 4/8/1943 into Gulf of
					Carpentaria QLD, killing all on board.
				08206 (MSN 1100) to RAAF as A24-39.  Crashed into sea 5/24/1943 near Port Stephens NSW.
				08207 (MSN 1101) to RAAF as A24-44.  Sold 1/6/1948 to Kingsford Smith Air Services
				08208 (MSN 1102) to RAAF as A24-42.  Damaged in heavy seas 5/15/1945.
				08211 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX571. Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service
				08212 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX572.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service.
				08213 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX573.  Sold as scrap Mar 10, 1947
				08214 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX574.  Went missing about 110 mi
					N of Shetland Islands Jun 9, 1944.
				08215 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX575.  Transferred to BOAC as 
					G-AGID Jul 13, 1943.  Scuttled off Fremantle, Australia
					Nov 28, 1945.
				08216 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX576.  Wrecked when struck rock while
					taxying at night, Killadeas Jul 20, 1944
				08217 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX577.  Transferred to BOAC as
					G-AGIE Jul 13, 1943.  Scuttled off Fremantle, Australia
					Nov 28, 1945
				08218 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX578.  SOC Nov 6, 1947
				08219 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX579.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service
				08220 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX580.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service.
				08221 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX581.  Wrecked when overshot landing
					and struck rocks, Sullom Voe May 5, 1944.
				08222 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX582.  Transferred to Norwegian AF
					Nov 21, 1945.
				08223 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX583.  SOC Nov 6, 1947
				08224 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX584.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08225 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX585.  DBR when struck submerged
					obstruction during takeoff, Gibraltar May 30, 1944
				08226 (VP-63) force-landed at sea due to fuel exhaustion and sank under tow 5/10/1943.  SOC.
				08229 (VP-FAW-10) force landed and sank 4/30/1943
				08242 (MSN 1136) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 05, later FAB 6504.  Discharged in 1945
				08243 (MSN 1137) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 06, later FAB 6505.  Discharged in 1945				
				08244 (VP-33) crashed on take off from advanced base in South Pacific 9/8/1944.
				08246 (VP-24) crashed 7/12/1943 Tulagi Harbor.  All 7 killed.
				08251 (VP-63) wing hit water during low-altitude run,
					water-looped and sank 3/30/1943 Albemarle Sound, NC.  8 killed
				08264 (MSN 1178) to RAAF as A24-50).  Did not return from Sorong, Vogelkop Pen 9/2/1943.
				08268 (MSN 1182) to RAAF as A24-48.  Wrecked on takeoff Bowen lighthouse.
				08269 (MSN 1183) to RAAF as A24-45.  Wrecked 7/20/1944, werckage discovered 1996.
				08272 (MSN 1186) to RAAF as A24-46.  Broken up but not destroyed.  Was restored
					and is now at Whaleworld Museum, Albany WA
				08280 (MSN 1194) to RAF as JX232 and to RNZAF as NZ4002 May 12, 1943. 
					Crashed at Lauthala Bay, Fiji Sep 23, 1943. 4 crew killed.  JX232 is qu0ted as being as MSN 12334.
				08283 (VP-33) lost in landing accident 4/25/1944 to rescue B-24 crew and sank.  All crew rescued by
					another PBY.  I have this plane also as having
					been lost in a takeoff accident 11/15/1944 in the Philippines.
				08284 (MSN 1198) to RAAF as A24-47.  Sold to J. E. Wood 11/13/1947.
				08285 (MSN 1199) to RAAF as A24-49.  Crashed 4/28/1944, Horn Island QLD
				08286 (MSN 1200) to RAAF as A24-56.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith 1/5/1948.
				08290 water looped on takeoff Jacksonville NAS
					5/7/1943.  SOC.
				08294 (VP-FAW-10) crashed Exmouth Gulf, Australia 
					7/3/1943.  4 killed, 4 injured.
				08300 (MSN 1214) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 07, later FAB 6506.  Redesignated
					P-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1958
				08301 Lend-Lease to Chile as FACh 400
				08302 Lend-Lease to chile as FACh 401
				08307 (VN-4M) flipped over and sank on landing, 
					Escambria Bay, South Pacific 6/3/1946.  2 killed.
				08308 stalled on landing in fog Pensacola Bay, Fl 
					1/27/1944. Pilot killed, 6 injured.
				08312 (VP-3) forced landing after fuel exhaustion Jun 22, 1943.
				08316 water looped during night landing and sank
					Pensacola Bay, FL. 12/4/1943.  Pilot killed,
					6 injured.
				08317 (MSN 1211) saved by NASM and is now in National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				08318 (VP-FAW-3) force landed in Atlantic Ocean due
					to fuel exhaustion 6/22/1943.
				08321 (VPB-2) force landed in a field near Julington 
					Creek, FL 10/27/1944. 1 killed.
				08324 (VN-8) crashed into Mobile Bay, FL 7/3/1943.  5 killed.
				08326 (VP-11) crashed 5/10/1943.  SOC.
				08328 (VP-11) in accident in Jenkins Bay, southern Pacific
					Nov 10,1943.  A crewman was knocked overboard and drowned.
					No damage to plane.
				08331 (VP-11) missing on search mission 8/13/1944.
				08332 (MSN 1256) to RAAF as A24-54.  Strafed by fighters while trying to pick
					up survivors from A72-81 and A72-77 4/6/1945, caught fire and abandoned.
				08333 (MSN 1257) to RAAF as A24-51.  Sold to Australair 11/5/1947.
				08334 (MSN 1258) to RAAF as A24-53.  Failed to return 4/21/1944 from Balikpapan.
				08335 (MSN 1259) to RAAF as A24-52.  Crashed 9/7/1943, Townsville QLD
					in Cleveland Bay.  13 killed, 3 survived.
				08336 (MSN 1260) to RAAF as A24-55.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947
				08339 (MSN 1263, VP-11) sank Apr 3/4, 1944 while under tow after a forced night
					landing at sea due to severe oil leak
				08340 (MSN 1264) to RAAF as A24-57.  Sold 5/11/1947
				08341 (MSN 1265) to RAAF as A25-58.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways 11/10/1947.
				08342 nosed in on landing Barrancas Beach, FL. 
					9/27/1943.  3 killed, 2 injured.  SOC.
				08353 (VPB-63) crashed on takeoff 6/11/45, British
					Gambia, Africa during ferrying.
				08361 (VP-200) sank at sea SW of Oahu after hard landing
					7/18/1944.
				08363 (VPB-34) sank in landing accident off Samar
					coast 10/25/1944.
				08372 (VP-14) crashed during low-altitude turn west
					of Copis Island 12/7/1943.  To VR-BAB, then F-OAVV and w/o Feb 19, 1958
					acccording to Andrade
				08373 (MSN 1297) to RNZAF May 1943 as Catalina IVA NZ4004.  To instructional airframe as INST120 at
					Hobsonville in 1946.  SOC 1951 and scrapped..
				08377 (VP-14) crashed on takeoff 1/5/1944 Treasury Island
				08378 (VP-2-2) crashed 2/14/1944 Queensland, Australia.
				08386 (VP-9) crashed on takeoff with depth charges and
					exploded Espritu Santo, South Pacific 1/22/1944.
					6 killed, 3 injured.
				08388 (VP-91) crashed during patrol 11/19/1943 Malaita
					Island, South Pacific 5 killed, 2 injured.
				08395 at National Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL
				08396 to Dutch Navy as Y-86.  Later reserialed P-86, then 16-86
				08397 to Dutch Navy as Y-87.  Crashed Oct 13, 1946 at Woendi.
				08399 (VP-11) ran out of fuel and forced-landed during 
					anti-sub patrol 4/3/1944.  Sank during attempted salvage.
				08400 (MSN 1324) to RAAF as A24-59.  Sold to Sidney Morning Herald 3/24/1947.
				08404 (MSN 1328) to RAAF as A24-60.  Sold 11/12/1947
				08405 (MSN 1329) to RAAF as A24-64.  Failed to return from Philippines 12/14/1944.
				08406 (MSN 1330) to RAAF as A24-61.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947.
				08409 (VP-45) sank in 90 feet of water in failed takeoff
					in rough seas 3/23/1943 Attu, AL.
				08411 (VPB-2) flew into water during landing, St Johns
					River, FL 1/28/1945.  5 killed, 5 injured.
				08413 (VP-14) written off when hit coral reef during
					taxiing 12/20/1943.
				08422 (VPB-2) crashed during instrument training near NAS
					Jacksonville 6/25/1943. 13 killed.
				08428 (VP-52) missing 11/22/1943, South Pacific.
				08431 (VP-52) in landing accident to rescue crew of
					downed PB4Y 4/30/1944, South Pacific.  Nosed
					over.  3 missing, 5 injured.
				08433 Lend-Lese to Chile as FACh 402
				08434 (VPB-34) crash landed 11/6/1944 San Pedro Bay, Philippines.
					This plane was the famed Medal of Honor aircraft flown
					by Lt. Nathan Gordon Feb 15, 1944 off New Britain.	
				08435 (MSN 1369) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as NZ4020.  Crash-landed at Hobsonville during ferry 
					flight May 26, 1945 and towed to mooring by crash boat.  Damage resulted
					in aircraft being w/o			
				08436 (VJ-2) undershot landing 5/3/1943, SOC.
				08437 (VN-18B) hit seaplane ramp during taxiing 3/28/1946, Corpus Christi, TX.  SOC
				08438 (MSN 1372) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as NZ4019.  Declared surplus in 1951 and broken
					up at Hobsonville in 1952.
				08442 (VP-52) crashed on takeoff 11/13/1943 Queensland, Australia.  SOC.
				08450 (MSN 1384) to RNZAF Jun 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4012.  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952.
				08453 (MSN 1387) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4015.  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952
				08463 (VP-4) crashed 1/14/1944, Bougainville, SP
				08464 (MSN 1398) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4014.  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952.
				08466 (MSN 1400) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4016.  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952.
				08467 (MSN 1401) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4017.  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952
				08468 (MSN 1402) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4013.  Water-looped on takeoff after
					a rescue mission in Segond Channel Oct 11, 1944.  Taken under tow by a
					US ship, but the damaged starboard float collapsed and the aircraft
					capsized and sank.
				08469 (VP-14) forced landing 6/16/1944 150 mi NW of
					Espiritu Santos.  Sank under tow.
				08487 (MSN 1431) To RNZAF Oct 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4021  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville 1952.
				08488 (MSN 1432) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4018.  Declared surplus in 1951
					and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952
				08489 (MSN 1433) to RAAF as A24-65.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947.
				08494 (VP-34) sank in night landing accident 8/14/1944,
					Wios Wolndi, Dutch New Guinea.
				08499 (MSN 1443) to RAAF as A24-66.  Sold to J.E. Wood 11/21/1947.
				08500 (MSN 1444) to RAAF as A24-67.  Shot down 10/1/1943 during torpedo attack.
				08504 (MSN 1458) to RAAF as A24-68.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith 1/5/1948.
				08505 sank 5/20/1944 during night landing
				08506 (VP-72) sank 2/18/1944, Majuro, South Pacific
				08509 (VP-33) spun-in in South Pacific 5/21/1944, crashed and burned.  Pilot and 5 missing, 2 injured.
				08510 (VP-72) in landing accident in rough seas, sank by gunfire 1/14/1944, South Pacific.
				08516 (MSN 1470) to RNZAF Jun 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4022.  Stalled and spun into 
					water 10 mi south of Mbenga, Fuji Jan 27, 1945 while operating with No. 6
					Squadron.  During a post maintenance test flight the aircraft was
					deliberately stalled at 5500 feet but entered an uncontrollable spin
					and dove into sea near Beqa Island.  4 crew and 8 passengers killed,
					but 2 crew and 4 passengers got clear of the wreckage before it sank
					and survived.
				08518 (VP-33) during rescue mission 6/3/1944 attacked by Hamps, landed and beached aircraft.  When
					clear, flew home.
				08530 (VN-4) flew into water during landing and burned, Corpus Christi Bay, TX 10/7/1946.
				08532 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV925.   SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08533 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV926.   SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08534 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV927.  Returned to USN Jul 29, 1947
				08535 (VPB-2) got lost and force landed 100 mi west of Tampa, FL and sank 2/12/1944.
				08536 (VPB-2) taxied to beach, hit trees, and sank 6/11/1944, Great Ragged Island, BWI.  SOC.
				08542 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV928.  Hit by flak from U-boat
					Jul 17, 1944.  Returned to Sullom Voe but found DBR
				08543 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV929.  Hit by flak from U-boat
					Jul 18, 1944.  Returned to Sullom Voe but found DBR
				08544 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV930.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08545 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV931.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08546 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV932.  SOC Mar 26, 1947.
				08547 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV933.  Sold as scrap Mar 10, 1947
				08548 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV934.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08549 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV935.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
08550/08797		Brewster F3A-1 Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1 Corsair licence built by Brewster Aeronautical Corporation.  Some were F3A-1D. 
				All to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS555/JS802
				JS555 (BuNo 08555) bounced, stalled, crashed and caught fire during dummy deck
					landing practice at RNAS Yeovilton Jul 7, 1945.
				JS558 (BuNo 08553) during night landing at ar Harbour Jun 13, 1944,
					aircraft swung to starboard, tail lifted, and propeller struck
					ground.  Aircraft deemed beyond economical repair
				JS559 (BuNo 08554) collided with Corsair JT169 (BuNo 18191) and crashed
					into sea off Pemaquid Point, ME Jun 7, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				JS560 (BuNo 08555) reported on scrap dump near Gosport, England Apr 1946.
				JS564 (BuNo 08559) stalled, landed heavily and overturned at RNAS
					Yeovilton Dec 5, 1944.  Categorized as beyond economical
					repair.
				JS569 (BuNo 08564) collided with Corsair KD361 (ex BuNo 14792) during
					formation flying Sep 27, 1945 and crashed 10 mi S of
					Tambaram.  Pilot killed.
				JS575 (BuNo 08570) suffiered engine fire while landing Apr 7, 1944.
					Categorized as beyond economical repair.
				JS578 (BuNo 08573) moved from Royal Navy Aircraft Repair Yard at
					Donibristle to Renfrew Jan 11, 1946 for dumping at sea.
				JS585 (BuNo 08580) stalled in from 15 feet while landing at Ayr
					Jun 25, 1944, wing and propeller damaged.  Categorized as
					beyond econical repair.
				JS586 (BuNo 08581) engine caught fire while in cirucit at RNAS
					Yeovilton Jul 23, 1945, stalled, and crashed and caught fire
					2 mi NE of airfield.  Pilot killed.
				JS588 (BuNo 08583) crashed into hillside while approaching to land at
					RNAS Twatt in hazy conditions Apr 23, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				JS589 (BuNo 08584) moved from Easthaven to Renfrewe Jan 12, 1946 for
					dumping at sea
				JS590 (BuNo 08585) entered spin during dogfighting practice Feb 13, 1945,
					recovery attempted too late and aircraft crashed into field
					near Charlton Mackrell, England.  Pilot killed.
				JS593 (BuNo 08588) after takeoff from RNAS Eglinton Aug 3, 1945 smoke
					was observed from engine, aircraft furned on back, dove into
					ground.  Pilot killed.
				JS610 (BuNo 08605) bounced on landing at RNAS Yeovilton Feb 3, 1945,
					dropped wing, swung, overturned, caught fire and burned out.
					Pilot killed.
				JS612 (BuNo 08607) crashed near Clinton, ME Sep 11, 1944 after tail was
					cut off by a Corsair JS669 (08664) during formation flying.
					Pilot killed.
				JS617 (BuNo 08612) transferred trom Worthy Down to Belfast Jan 1946
					for dumpont
				JS625 (BuNo 08620) undercarriage retracted, insufficient flying speed, prop
					fouled runway, crashed Aug 10, 1945.
				JS635 (BuNo 08630) swung and overturned during crosswind landing at RNAS
					Yeovilton Dec 2, 1944.  Declared beyond economical repair.
				JS639 (BuNo 08634) flew into barrier at Puttalam May 27, 1945, moved
					to Trincomalee and w/o
				JS641 (BuNo 08636) ran into port walkway May 25, 1945 and jettisoned at
					sea.  Ship not specified
				JS647 (BuNo 08642) crashed into Puttalam Lagoon Mar 7, 1945. Pilot killed.
				JS648 (BuNo 08643) piece seen to fall from aircraft during divebombing
					exercise Jun 22, 1945.  Aircraft pulled out steeply, rolled to
					port and dove vertically into ground.  Pilot killed.
				JS650 (BuNo 08645) crashed into Pickett's Hill, England Feb 5, 1945 and 
					burned out.  Pilot killed.
				JS652 (BuNo 08647) undercarriage failure Feb 5, 1945.  Pilot ordered to
					bail out.
				JS662 (BuNo 08657) struck sea while low flying Aug 30, 1944 and
					ditched.  Pilot saved.
				JS666 (BuNo 08661) while practicing crossiwnd dummy deck landing
					Aug 9, 1944, stalled, spun in and burned one mile from Bar Harbour.
					Pilot killed
				JS669 (BuNo 08664) crashed near Clinton, ME Sep 11, 1944 after colliding
					with Corsair JS612 (BuNo 08607) during formation flying.
					Pilot killed.
				JS671 (BuNo 08666) crashed near Clinton, ME Aug 14, 1944 after midair
					head-on collision with unidentified F3A-1. Pilot killed.
				JS676 (BuNo 08671) crashed and caught fire 1.5 mi N of Milborne Port
					station Jul 5, 1945 after colliding with Corsair JS746
					(BuNo 08741).  Pilot killed.
				JS679 (BuNo 08674) at Renfrew Jan 26, 1946 for dumping.
				JS688 (BuNo 08683) crashed in bad visibility near Sturminster Newton
					Nov 11, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				JZ690 (BuNo 08685) struck tree while in circuit at RNAS Yeovilton
					Dec 17, 1944.  Crashed and burned out, pilot injured.
				JS691 (BuNo 08686) suffered engine fire during exercise May 2, 1945,
					crashed and caught fire.  Pilot survived.
				JS692 (BuNo 08687) ran out of fuel May 25, 1945, stalled and crashed
					1 mile ENE of RNAS Yeovilton during attempted forced landing.
					Pilot died of injuries.
				JS700 (BuNo 08695) during dummy deck landings at RNAS Yeovilton
					Jun 27, 1945, stalled and crashed short of runway.  Pilot killed.
				JS713 (BuNo 08708) collided with Corsair JS748 (08743) while changing
					formation near RNAS Yeovilton Jul 17, 1945.  Entered spin and
					crashed.  Pilot killed.
				JS715 (BuNo 08710) moved from Eashhaven to Renfrew Jan 25, 1946 for dumping.
				JS716 (BuNo 08711) went over side of USS Charger into Chesapeake Bay
					Aug 24, 1944 when pilot attempted to take off after being
					given 'cut" signal but aircraft caught wire.  Pilot rescued.
				JS727 (BuNo 08722) stalled, wingtip caught ground and aircraft cartwheeled
					at RNAS Zeals Aug 2,1945.  Pilot survived but aicraft DBR.
				JS745 (BuNo 08740) entered inverted spin during aerobatics Jul 7, 1945,
					pilot bailed out and was rescued.  Aircraft crashed into
					Briston Channel off Burnham-on-Sea
				JS746 (BuNo 08741) collided with Corsair JS676 (08671) during exercise
					Jul 5, 1945, and crashed near Charlton Horethorne.
					Pilot killed.
				JS748 (BuNo 08743) collided with Corsair JS713 (08708) while changing
					formation near RNAS Yeovilton Jul 17, 1945.  Entered spin
					and crashed.  Pilot killed.
				JS769 (BuNo 08764) carried away banners on HMS Ravager and went over
					side into sea Dec 6, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				JS791 (BuNo 08786) while flying under Corsair JS846 (08841) Jul 7, 1945,
					struck propeller of that aircraft.  Pilot bailed out safely.
				JS801 (BuNo 08796) bounced on landing at RNAS Hatston Jul 7, 1944,
					stalled and nosed over.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.
08798/09047		Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
				Model G-50
				08825 (MSN A-212) became N4965V.  Crashed at Canby, OR Jun 12, 1977,
					killing the pilot
				08831 (MSN A-218) to US Navy Apr 25, 1943.  SOC Aug 31, 1944.  to Chicago Vocational School, Chicago, IL.
					Noted at Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL by mid 1970s, in pieces.
				08894/08903 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN340/FN349
					FN340 (08894) damaged tail when landing on HMS Ravager
						Oct 22, 1943.  Aircraft DBR.
					FN351 (08955) damaged as a result of incident at
						Trincomalee Jul 14, 1945 when undercarriage failed
						to lower fully.  Papers deposited Dec 11, 1945.
					FN353 (08957) noted Mar 1946 on dump at Gosport
					FN358 (08962) severely damaged during heavy landing on HMS
						Emperor Apr 26, 1944 and SOC.  Remains jettisoned overboard.
				08954/08963 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN350/FN359
				09029/09038 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN360/FN369
					FN362 (09031) SOC, last reported at Trincomalee
						during 1945
					FN366 (09035) hit by flak and long range tank set on fire
						during anti-shipping sortie off Norwegian coast
						Apr 26, 1944. Made controlled ditching near enemy
						convoy.  Pilot rescued and became POW.
					FN369 (9038) failed to return from sortie from HMS Indomitable
						Oct 19, 1944.  Believed shot down by enemy fighter.
						Pilot MIA, presumed killed.
09048/09392		Douglas SB2D-1
				Ordered as SB2D-1 but contract amended and aircraft built as BTD-1 Destroyer
				09048/09062 (MSN 1876/1890) delivered as BTD-1.  Remaining  aircraft (09063/09392) cancelled.
				09050 assigned to NATC Patuxent River, Maryland
				09058 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Oct 8, 1945 to Nov 28, 1945.
					Assigned to LAL Structures Lab
				09060 Delivered from Douglas Aircraft, El Segundo, CA.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA 27Aug 27, 1945 to Nov 28, 1945.
					Assigned to ALCL
09063			North American SNJ-4 
				BuNo reassigned from cancelled SB2D-1 batch.
09064			North American P-51H Mustang
				P-51H 44-64192 transferred from USAAF Aug 1948. Transferred back to USAAF in 1952.
				BuNo reassigned from cancelled SB2D-1 batch.
09085/09109		Douglas XBT2D-1 
				MSN 1913/1937.  Prototypes of AD Skyraider.  BuNos reassigned from cancelled SB2D-1 batch.
				09085 first flight Mar 18, 1945.  To NATC Patuxent River Apr 7, 1945.
				09086 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 11, 1946 to Sep 4, 1947.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				09089 at NAS Johnsville by Nov 1952.
				09094 at NAF China Lake ca Oct 1947.  To NAF-NOTS Inyokern, CA by May 1949.
				09098 and 09099 converted to XBT2D-1N three-seat night attack version
				09096 converted to XBT2D-1P single-seat photo reconnaissance version.
				09102 at NAS Oceana, Virginia
				09103 (MSN 1931) in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Came from a junkyard
					at Fairless Hills, PA
				09109 converted to XBT2D-1Q two-seat ECM version
				09107 converted to XBT2D-1W, then to XAD-1W.  Three seat AEW versin
				09108 converted to XAD-2.
09110/09351		Douglas AD-1 Skyraider
				MSN 1938/2179
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled SB2D-1 batch.
				09110 first flight Nov 5, 1946
				09120 (VA-65) wing failed during glide bomb run
					12/21/1951 Fallon AFB, NV.  Pilot killed.
				09195 converted to AD-2 standards.
				09196 (VA-293& in hard landing at NAS Pensacola, FL
					1/12/1951.  Pilot OK
				09170 (VF-54) ditched off NAS San Diego, CA 4/3/1951.  Pilot OK.
				09177 at NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jan 1950
				09204 (VA-194)
				09213 (VF-54) in mid-air fire during air-to-air 
					gunnery near NAS San Diego 4/20/1951.  Pilot
					bailed out OK.
				09239 at NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Aug 1952.
				09257 (MSN 2085) converted to AD-2 before leaving military service.
					Now airworthy as N2AD, owned by Walter Newton of Granite
					Falls, NC.
				09299 in midair collision with 09308 near NAAS Cabannis
					Field, TX 5/10/1951.  Pilot bailed out.
				09308 in midair collision with 09299 near NAAS Cabannis
					Field, TX 5/10/1951.  Pilot killed.
				09312 stalled during touch and go NAAS Cabannis, TX
					2/25/1951.  Pilot killed.
				09339 (VA-195)  suffered midair during strafing run
					12/08/1951 near NAS Alameda, CA.  Force landed.
09352/09386		Douglas AD-1Q Skyraider
				MSN 2180/2214.  Ordered as BT2D-1, completed as AD-1Q ECM version
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled SB2D-1 batch.
				09378 (VC-33) ditched off Pt. Loma, CA due to fuel
					exhaustion 2/13/1951.  Pilot OK.
				09385 (VD-13) missing during night patrol from NAS
					San Diego 5/4/1951.  Two crew missing.
09387/09392		Douglas AD-1 Skyraider
				Cancelled contract
09393/09692		Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-3 Kingfisher
				09441 (CL-89) lost off deck of USS Miami (CL-89) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				09457 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				09459 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				09480 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				09513/09582 to Royal Navy as Kingfisher I FN680/FN749
					FN688 (09521) caught in downdraft and crashed on landing
						at Lawrenny Ferry Mar 30, 1943.
					FN689 (09522) while starting up at Lawrenny Ferry Apr 6, 1943
						caught by tide and crosswind an capsized.  Pilot survived
						but plane DBR.
					FN693 (09526) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.
					FN694 (09527) undershot landing at Lawrenny Ferry Mar 11, 1943,
						struck rock and capsized.  DBR.
					FN701 (09534) papers deposited Nov 1, 1943, which means that
						aircraft had been SOC sometime before that date.
					FN704 (09537) papers deposited Mar 1, 1943, which means that
						aircraft had been SOC sometime before that date.
					FN705 (09538) papers deposited Mar 11, 1943, which means that
						aircraft had been SOC sometime before that date.
					FN713 (09546) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN715 (09548) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN717 (09550) SOC at Trincomalee during 1945
					FN719 (09552) crashed into sea off Kongoni Mar 20, 1944 while
						exercising with Durban Gunnery School.  Pilot killed.
					FN720 (09553) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.
					FN721 (09554) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.
					FN722 (09555) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.
					FN723 (09556) papers deposited Mar 11, 1943, which means that
						aircraft had been SOC sometime before that date.
					FN726 (09559) papers deposited Mar 11, 1943, which means that
						aircraft had been SOC sometime before that date.
					FN727 (09560) papers deposited Mar 11, 1943, which means that
						aircraft had been SOC sometime before that date.
					FN732 (09565) capsized on landing Jan 11, 1944 at unknown
						location.  Pilot rescued but aircraft DBR.
					FN736 (09569) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN737 (09570) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN738 (09571) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN739 (09572) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN740 (09573) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN741 (09574) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN742 (09575) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN743 (09576) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN744 (09577) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN745 (09578) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN746 (09579) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN747 (09580) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN748 (09581) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN749 (09582) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
09693/09752		Douglas SBD-5A Dauntless 
				09693/09722 MSN 3236/3265, 09723/09752 MSN 3361/3390.
				Originally intended for USAAF (42-60882/60941) as A-24B-DE, but
					accepted by Navy and operated by USMC.
				09725 crash landed near Plaster City, CA 8/01/1944.
					2 crew injured.
				09752 MAW-3 hit embankment and broke-up landing at MCAS Cherry Point 20 August 1943
09753/09764 		Free Balloon Lakehurst Type 2F
09765			Beech GB-2 Traveller
				Impressed Model D17S, MSN 400, NC20755.
09766			Beech GB-1 Traveller 
				Impressed Model D17S, MSN 406, NC240Y
09767			Grumman JRF-4 
				Model G-21A Goose, MSN 1060 ex NC2786 impressed Mar 4, 1942.  WFU Oct 31, 1944 
09768			Beech GB-1 Traveller
				Impressed Model D17S, MSN 421, NC21933
09769/09770		Howard GH-1 Nightingale
				DGA-15P acquired by Navy. 
				09769 (MSN 519) ex N100Y, current as N5432N
				09770 (MSN 536) ex N244Y.
09771			Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
				Model 18S MSN 434 NC1040 impressed by Navy Feb 20, 1942.
				Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P (MSN N975) in May 1953.
				Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  On display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
09772			Beech GB-1 Traveller 
				Impressed Model D17S, MSN 401, NC21917
09773/09774		Beech GB-2 Traveller
				09773 impressed Model D17S, MSN 407, NC21920.  Returned to civil registry as N66282.
				09774 impressed Model D17S, MSN 398, NC20779.  Returned to civil registry as N1190,
					then to N20779.  Currrent Aug 2009.
09775			Howard GH-1 Nightingale 
				DGA-15P acquired by Navy.  MSN 538.  Registered as N5436N, cancelled Aug 22, 2012
09776/09778		Beech GB-1 Traveller
				09776 impressed Model D17W, MSN 136, NX17081
				09777 impressed Model D17S, MSN 165, NC18563
				09778 impressed Model D17S, MSN 168, NC18566
09779			Howard GH-1 Nightingale
				DGA-15 acquired by Navy.  MSN 521
09780			Beech GB-1 Traveller
				Impressed Model D17S, MSN 186, NC18581
09781			Howard GH-1 Nightingale
				DGA-11 acquired by Navy.  MSN 300.  NC18208 was registered to Defense Supplies Corp Jun 19, 1942, 
					cancelled Jul 28, 1942.
09782			Grumman JRF-1 
				Impressed Model G-21 Goose, MSN 1017, ex NC20643.
09783/09784		Waco YKS-7 
09785			Bellanca CH400 
				Misc. acquisition
09786			Stinson Model SM 
				Misc. acquisition
09787/09788		Fairchild GK-1 
				Fairchild 24W-40 acquired for Navy 
09789			Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				Model G-44, MSN 1289.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 13, later 2679
09790/09797		Fairchild GK-1 - Fairchild 24W-40 acquired for Navy
09798/09799		Stinson GQ-1  
				Misc. acquisition
09800			Beech GB-1 Traveller 
				Impressed Model F17D, MSN 308, NC-20770
09801/09802		Goodyear ZNN-L 
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 123,000 cu ft L series airship
				09801	L-4	Built for the Goodyear advertising fleet 
				09802	L-5	Built for the Goodyear advertising fleet
09803			Consolidated XR2Y-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 39 Liberator Liner, redesignated as Consolidated-Vultee Model 104
09804			Martin A-30 
			Prototype Baltimore Mk.VI, RAF serial FW289, released from trials by Martin and passed to the US Navy for 
				aerodynamic tests of experimental airfoils
09805/09816		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				Model G-44 Widgeon
				09805 MSN 1271.  To Brazil as FAB-01, then 2667.  Crashed at Rio Punta Negra, Brazil Apr 21, 1948
				09806 MSN 1272.  To Brazil as FAB-02, then 2668. Crashed Aug 17, 1954., Sao Paulo, Brazil.
				09807 MSN 1275.  To Brazil as FAB-03, then 2669
				09808 MSN 1276.  To Brazil as FAB-04, then 2670.  Crashed Feb 28, 1948.
				09809 MSN 1279.  To Brazil as FAB-05, then 2671
				09810 MSN 1280.  To Brazil as FAB-06, then 2672.
				09811 MSN 1283.  To Brazil as FAB-07, then 2673.  Crashed Apr 29, 1952, Guanabara Bay
				09812 MSN 1284.  To Brazil as FAB-08, then 2674.  Crashed Sep 1, 1949, Belem, Brazil
				09813 MSN 1285.  To Brazil as FAB-09, then 2675.  Crashed Nov 30, 1945.
				09814 MSN 1286.  To Brazil as FAB-10, then 2676.  Crashed May 1945, Belem, Brazil
				09815 MSN 1287.  To Brazil as FAB-11, then 2677.  Crashed Sep 19, 1947, Bocaina, Brazil
				09816 MSN 1288.  To Brazil as FAB-12, then 2678.  Crashed Aug 19, 1947, Guanabara Bay.
09817/10316		North American SNJ-4 Texan
				09817/09963 MSN 88-9332/9478 	(147)
					09818 (MSN 88-9333)
					09820 (MSN 88-9335) to CAA as NC323 and transferred to USAF as 48-1306 Jun 3, 1948
					09831 (MSN 88-9346) to CAA as NC297 and transferred to USAF as 48-1307 Jul 13, 1948
					09836 (MSN 88-9351) to CAA as NC318 and returned
					09837 (MSN 88-9352) to Paraguayan AF.  To Australia in June 1994.  Now being rebuilt as VH-NAG.
					09839 (MSN 88-9354) to Royal Thai AF as F8-46/93
					09845 (MSN 88-9360) to Brazilian AF, later civilianized as PT-KTH.
					09867 (MSN 88-9382) to NC67001.  To Royal Thai AF as F8-126/94
					09881 (MSN 88-9396) to CAA as NC289 and returned.
					09886 (MSN 88-9401) to CAA as NC291 and transferred to USAF as 48-1308
					09887 (MSN 88-9402) registered NC60933.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16292 1953-1957.  To Argentine Nave marked 0397,
						1-E-206, EAN-206.  Sold in USA
					09893 (MSN 88-9408) to CAA as NC270 and transferred to USAF as 48-1310
					09895 (MSN 88-9410) registered NC66154.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16289 1953-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0438, 1-E-203,
						1-E-236, EAN-236
					09905 (MSN 88-9420) to French Navy
					09906 (MSN 88-9421) registration N512SE reserved Oct 6, 2005, taken up Nov 10, 2005
					09915 (MSN 88-9430) registered NC75400.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16263 1952-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0401, 5-A-2, 2-A-331
					09929 (MSN 88-9444) registered NC67142.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16256 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
					09931 (MSN 88-9446) to CAA as NC292 and transferred to USAF as 48-1311
					09939 (MSN 88-9454) to CAA as NC376 and transferred to USAF as 48-1312
					09951 (MSN 88-9466) to Royal Thai AF as F8-8/91
					09959 (MSN 88-9474)  based at NAS Corpus Christi, crashed in Gulf of Mexico Dec 24, 1944, training mission, both Aviation 
						Cadets aboard killed.
					09961 (MSN 88-9476) to CAA as NC296 and returned
				09964/10053 MSN 88-9523/9612	(90)
					09967 (MSN 88-9526)
					09971 (MSN 88-9530)
					09972 (MSN 88-9531)
					09974 (MSN 88-9533) to N69225. To Royal Swedish AF as 16283.  
					09975 (MSN 88-9534)
					09978 (MSN 88-9537)
					09983 (VN4D8) entered inverted spin and crashed during night flying training Dec 18, 1943.  Both Royal Navy
						crew killed.
					09984 (MSN 88-9543)
					09999 to Honduras AF as FAH 205
					10003 (MSN 88-9562) to CAA as NC317 and transferred to USAF as 48-1314 Jun 4, 1948
					10004 to CAA as NC272 and returned
					10019 (MSN 88-9578) to Royal Thai AF as F8-47/93
					10022 to CAA as NC305 and returned
					10032 (MSN 88-9591) registered NC66119.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16268 1953-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0405, 5-A-6, 2-A-335
					10039 (MSN 88-9598) to CAA as NC252 and transferred to USAF as 48-1317 May 24, 1948
					10048 (MSN 88-9607) registered NC95464.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16252 1952-1957.  Sold in USA 
					10049 (MSN 88-9608)
					10052 (VN12D8C) spun in while landing Jun 26, 1945, killing Royal Navy pilot.
				10054/10063 MSN 88-9738/9747	(10)
					10056 (MSN 88-9740)
					10058 (MSN 88-9742) to CAA as NC309 and transferred to USAF as 48-1318 Jun 21, 1948
					10059 (MSN 88-9743) to CAA as NC274 and transferred to USAF as 48-1319
					10062 (MSN 88-9746) to Thai AF as F8-74/93
				10064/10083 MSN 88-9758/9777	(20)
					10071 (MSN 88-9765) to CAA as NC355 and transferred to USAF as 48-1320 May 19, 1948
					10078 (MSN 88-9772)
					10080 (MSN 88-9774) to CAA as NC278 and transferred to USAF as 48-1322
				10084/10103 MSN 88-9788/9807	(20)
					10092 (MSN 88-9796)
					10098 (MSN 88-9802) registered NC52590.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16277 1953-1958.  Scrapped after crash.
					10100 (MSN 88-9804) to CAA as NC262 and returned
				10104/10123 MSN 88-9818/9837	(20)
					10116 (MSN 88-9830) registered NC75764.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16285 1953-1957.  Registered N75964 in 1993.
				10124/10143 MSN 88-9848/9867	(20)
					10128 (MSN 88-9852)
					10133 (MSN 88-9857) to South African AF as 7667.  to Australian civil registry as VH-XSA
					10134 (MSN 88-9858) to CAA as NC211 and transferred to USAF as 48-1323
				10144/10183 MSN 88-10113/10152	(40)
					10145 (MSN 88-10114) to Royal Thai AF as F8-49/93
					10148 (MSN 88-10117) to civil registry as N6411D
					10153 (MSN 88-10122) to Thai AF as F8-9/91
					10155 (MSN 88-10124) became NC64447.  To Saudi AF Oct 31, 1952
					10158 (MSN 88-10127)
					10161 (MSN 88-10130)
					10165 (MSN 88-10134) to civil registry as NC90646
				10184/10223 MSN 88-10163/10202	(40)
					10185 (MSN 88-10164) to CAA as NC346 and transferred to USAF as 48-1324 Jun 21, 1948
					10188 (MSN 88-10167) to CAA as NC277 and transferred to USAF as 48-1325
					10194 (MSN 88-10173) to CAA as NC280 and transferred to USAF as 48-1326
					10197 (MSN 88-10176) registered NC64527.  To Swedish AF as 16309 1954-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0444, 1-E-213
					10198 (MSN 88-10177) became NC4987N.  To Saudi AF as L-212 Oct 31, 1952.  Later N6411D.  To Commemorative
						Air Force for restoration.
					10201 (MSN 88-10180)
					10206 (MSN 88-10185) to civil registry as NC90650
					10210 (MSN 88-10189) to CAA as NC369 and transferred to USAF as 48-1328
					10215 (MSN 88-10194)
					10221 (MSN 88-10200)
					10222 (MSN 88-10201)
				10224/10257 MSN 88-10213/10246	(34)
					10227 (MSN 88-10216) registered NC55779.  To Swedish AF as 16249 1952-1955.  Scrapped after crash.
					10230 (MSN 88-10219)
					10236 (MSN 88-10225) to CAA as NC330 and transferred to USAF as 48-1329 May 20, 1948
					10238 (MSN 88-10227) registered NC9395H.  To Swedish AF as 16228 1952-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0429, 1-E-215
					10241 (MSN 88-10230) to CAA as NC310 and transferred to USAF as 48-1331 May 19, 1948
					10252 (MSN 88-10241) to RFC at Cimarron Field, Yukon, OK Apr 11, 1946	.  Registered NC55002.  To Royal Swedish AF as
						16271 1953-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0430, 1-E-216, EAN-216
					10254 (MSN 88-10243) registered NC73378.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16300 1953-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0501, 1-E-224
				10258/10316 MSN 88-10263/10321	(59)
					10262 (MSN 88-10267) to CAA as NC348 and transferred to USAF as 48-1332
					10266 (MSN 88-10271) initially to CAA as NC269.  Later to civil registry as N7093C
					10288 (MSN 88-10293) to CAA as NC273 and returned.  Later to N3747X
					10290 (MSN 88-10295) to CAA as NC375
					10292 (MSN 88-10297) to CAA as NC253 and transferred to USAF as 48-1335
					10297 (MSN 88-10302) to Thai AF as F8-89/93
					10299 (MSN 88-10304) to Thai AF as F8-49/93
					10310 (MSN 88-10315) to CAA as NC328 and transferred to USAF as 48-1336
					10315 (MSN 88-10320) to CAA as NC308 and transferred to USAF as 48-1337 May 19, 1948